The Board of Control for Cricket in India announced the squad for the upcoming limited-overs series against Sri Lanka on Thursday.
Veteran left hander Shikhar Dhawan will be leading the side in the absence of Virat Kohli , while Bhuvneshwar Kumar will be his deputy. Continue reading “India Squad for Sri Lanka Tour 2021 ODI & T20I Series Announced- Maiden call up for Padikkal, Gaikwad, Rana, Gowtham and Sakariya”
The Women’s selection committee announced the squad for India women’s test, ODI and T-20I for the upcoming tour of England on Friday. The test and the ODIs will be captained by veteran Mithali Raj, while Harmanpreet Kaur will be leading the T20Is. Continue reading “India Women’s squad for England tour 2021- Test, ODI’s & T20I’s- Shefali Verma receives maiden Test & ODI call up”
The BCCI re-appointed Ramesh Pawar as the head coach of the Indian women’s cricket team on Thursday.
The 42-year-old will replace WV Raman, who was appointed the head coach of the women’s team in December 2018. Pawar recently led Mumbai men’s team to the 2021 Vijay Hazare trophy. Continue reading “Ramesh Pawar appointed as coach of the Indian Women’s Team”
Sam Curran’s sparkling knock of 95 went in vain as India defeated England by 7 runs in the third and the final one day international on Sunday.
The hosts included pacer T.Natarajan in place of Kuldeep Yadav, while for the visitors Mark Wood came in place of Tom Curran.
Continue reading “India take series 2-1 in Pune”
Jonny Bairstow scored a blistering 124, as England defeated India by 6 wickets in the second one day international at Pune on Friday.
India included Rishabh Pant in place of injured Shreyas Iyer while England on the other hand included Reece Topley, Liam Livingstone and Dawid Malan for Mark Wood, Eoin Morgan and Sam Billings.
Continue reading “India vs England Second ODI Pune Match Report 2021”
After winning the first ODI comfortably by 66 runs, India will look to seal the series against England when they meet the reigning world champions in Pune on Friday afternoon.
England would have been disappointed with the way they crumbled at the Gahunje stadium while chasing 319 on Tuesday. The visitors’ opening pair of Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow got them off to an incredible start, but the former’s dismissal triggered a stunning collapse- they effectively went from 135/0 in the 15th over to 251 all out in the 43rd. Continue reading “India vs England Second ODI- Can the hosts make it 2-0 in Pune?”