Have you missed this week’s cricket matches due to some business trip or due to some exams at School/College? Not to worry, because here is this week’s all the major happenings of cricket summarised together in one piece. Cricket corner has been buzzing with lot of sensational news this week. The top priority ones are listed below. Sreesanth, Ankit Chavan gets Life time ban: BCCI on Thursday took a firm stand and issued life time ban for Rajasthan Royal players Sreesanth and Ankit Chavan for their role in spot fixing during 2013 IPL season. S. Trivedi was also banned from playing cricket for the whole year. However Harmeet Singh was lucky enough to be left alone without a punishment as BCCI didn’t find enough evidence against the all rounder. India ‘A’ won 3-0 against New Zealand ‘A’: India A produced a clean sweep against the Kiwi’s A team and clinched the series 3-0. Led valiant by the U-19 world cup winning skipper Unmukt Chand, the players delivered at crucial moments to win all three matches. Ashok Menaria produced an all-round good show to take the team home. Zimbabwe record historic 24-run win over Pakistan: In one of the rare moments, Zimbabwe eclipsed Pakistan in the second test match of the bilateral series to draw the series 1-1. Though Pakistani skipper Misbah –Ul-Haq fought valiantly, the rest of the side fell apart to a spirited Zimbabwe’s bowling. This was Zimbabwe’s 11th test victory. Clint McKay takes Hat-Trick in Aus-Eng 4th One Day Match: Australia fast bowler Clint McKay became only the fifth Australian to take a hat-trick in one-day internationals after he completed the feat in the fourth one-day international against England in Cardiff on Saturday. Shikhar Dhawan to lead Hyderabad Sun Risers: The stylish left hander Shikhar Dhawan has been announced as the caption of Sun Risers Hyderabad for the Champions League T20 for 2014 season. This also clearly indicates that they are going with Styen, Sammy, White, and Pereraas their foreign players. Champions League T20: Champions League T20 is all set to begin next week. With BCCI giving the approval nod to Pakistan based Faisalabad Wolves team, the tournament is set to produce some electrifying cricket matches and some nerve wracking down the wire thrillers.