News Round-Up: 29th November- 6th December 2014 - Sportzwiki

News Round-Up: 29th November- 6th December 2014

  • Let’s take a look at the Sportzwiki’s Cricket news round-up from 29th November- 6th December 2014. The news from Indian Cricket leads the charts following the announcement of their 30 men probables for the ICC World Cup 2015. 

    1. India’s 30 men probable squad for the ICC World Cup 2015 announced; Yuvraj, Sehwag, Gambhir, Harbhajan, Zaheer dropped

    2. BCCI secretary Sanjay Patel justifies the selection of India’s 30 men probables.

    3. According to media reports, Yuvraj and Harbhajan were excluded at the last moment

    4. Selectors right in dropping seniors says former Indian captain Sunil Gavaskar

    5. Zaheer Khan says that he wasn’t targeting World Cup return. 

    6. Robin Uthappa says he would love to open for India in the World Cup

    7. ICC announces the schedule for the World Cup 2015 warm-up matches

    8. ICC announces match officials for World Cup 2015; one Indian umpire included

    9. New role for Jacques Kallis with KKR

    10. Skipper MS Dhoni might play the Adelaide Test

    11. Ashwin ready for Australian challenge

    12. Australia’s biggest mental battle: Ricky Ponting

    13. Shaun Marsh added to the Australian squad for Adelaide Test

    14. Start the series with a bouncer says Merv Hughes

    15. Ryan Harris vows to play at Adelaide

    16. Cricket Australia (CA) confirms Carlton-Mid ODI Tri-Series 2015 reshuffle

    17. Cricket South Africa (CSA) announces squad for West Indies Tests; two big names missing

    18. Injured Chris Gayle out of South Africa Tests

    19. Sourav Ganguly might assist Bangladesh batsmen 

    20. Alastair Cook suspended for slow over-rate

    21. Two UAE bowlers reported for suspect action

    22. Madurai Court sends a legal notice to BCCI regarding India’s tour to Australia

    23. Former South African batsman Herschelle Gibbs arrested for drunk and driving

    24. Ban on Shakib-ul-Hasan uplifted

    25. Sean Abbott returns to training


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