List of BBL fixtures 2024-25- Men’s Big Bash League Leg Schedule 2024-25

Cricket Australia have released the fixtures of the tenth edition of the Men’s Big Bash League scheduled to begin from December 15 to January 27.

The tournament will begin with Perth Scorchers taking on Melbourne Stars at the Optus Stadium on 15 December 2024.

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India vs Zimbabwe Fourth T20I July 13 Harare Match Report 2024

Yashasvi Jaiswal scored a magnificent unbeaten 93, as India sealed the series by convincingly beating Zimbabwe by 10 wickets in the fourth T20I at the Harare Sports Club on Saturday, July 13.

After being asked to bat first, openers Wessly Madhevere and Tadiwanashe Marumani got Zimbabwe off to a steady start. The duo added 63 runs for the opening stand before Abhishek Sharma claimed his maiden wicket by dismissing the latter for 36. Continue reading “India vs Zimbabwe Fourth T20I July 13 Harare Match Report 2024”

West Indies XI for Lords Test vs England 2024- Mikyle Louis to debut

The West Indies have announced their playing XI for the first Test against England starting on July 10, Wednesday at Lords cricket ground.

The team will be captained by Kraigg Brathwaite. Mikyle Louis has received a maiden test call up. The squad also marks the return of all rounder Jason Holder, who also missed out in the recently concluded T20 World Cup due to injury. Continue reading “West Indies XI for Lords Test vs England 2024- Mikyle Louis to debut”

India vs Zimbabwe Third T20I July 10 Harare Match Report 2024

Indian skipper Shubman Gill led from the front by scoring a fine 66 as India beat Zimbabwe by 23 runs in the third T20 international at the Harare Sports Club on Wednesday.

The Men in Blue made changes in the line as the T20 World Cup heroes returned to the squad. Yashasvi Jaiswal opened the innings along with Gill. The duo added 67 runs for the opening wicket before the former was dismissed by Sikandar Raza for 36.

Abhishek Sharma who came in at No 3, fell cheaply for 10. Gill featured in yet another valuable 72 run stand for the third wicket alongside Ruturaj Gaikwad. The former was dismissed, skying a catch to Raza off Blessing Muzarabani for a 49 ball-66.

Cameos from Gaikwad (49) and Sanju Samson (12) propelled the visitors to 182/4 in their allotted 20 overs.

In response, the hosts got off to a poor start, as Wessly Madhevere was caught at short cover by Abhishek Sharma off Avesh Khan. Khaleel Ahmed then got into the act by snaring the wicket off Tadiwanashe Marumani for a 10 ball-13.

Brian Bennett then fell to a spectacular catch by Ravi Bishnoi off Avesh. Washington Sundar then claimed wickets of Raza and Johnathan Campbell as the hosts lost half their side for 39.

Dion Myers along with Clive Madande bailed the hosts out of trouble by adding 77 runs for the sixth wicket stand. The partnership kept the visitors at bay as the hosts ended up with 159/6, giving the visitors a 23 run win.

India 182 for 4 (Gill 66, Gaikwad 49, Jaiswal 36, Raza 2-24, Muzarabani 2-25) beat Zimbabwe 159 for 6 (Myers 65*, Madande 37, Washington 3-15, Avesh 2-39) by 23 runs

Champions Trophy 2025 Groups List- Group A & Group B

The ICC has announced the ninth edition of the of the ICC Champions Trophy scheduled to be held from 19 February to 9 March 2025 in Pakistan.

The tournament will kick off with defending champions Pakistan taking on New Zealand in Karachi on February 19.

The matches will be played in Karachi, Rawalpindi and Lahore respectively. Eight teams are divided into two groups. In the year 2017, Pakistan won the Champions trophy by defeating India in the final.

India, Pakistan, New Zealand and Bangladesh will be in Group A, while England, South Africa, Australia and Afghanistan will be in Group B. Continue reading “Champions Trophy 2025 Groups List- Group A & Group B”