Let’s take a look at the Sportzwiki’s Cricket news round-up from 18th January to 24th January 2015. Let’s begin with AB de Villiers record breaking innings against West Indies at Johannesburg.
The Supreme Court has accused Gurunath Meiyappan and Raj Kundra for their involvement in IPL Spot-Fixing. The court also accused N. Srinivasan for his conflict of interest and agave him an option for choosing either BCCI President or the ownership of Chennai Super Kings.
Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir might be back to action few months before his ban period gets over. The paceman was interviewed by the International Cricket Council (ICC) in Lahore on Friday after they revised the players’ code of conduct last year. It was also revealed that the players are allowed to play in domestic games a few months prior to the end of the ban.
Pakistan’s left arm pacer Junaid Khan might be ruled out of the 2015 ICC World Cup after his recovery from his groin injury is taking longer than expected.
Ravindra Jadeja has filed a defamation case against a Rajkot Editor for damaging his image and demanded 51 crores INR from the editor.
Sunrisers Hyderabad has appointed Sri Lanka’s Muttiah Muralitharan as their bowling coach ahead of the eighth edition of the IPL.
Saeed Ajmal undergoes an official ICC bowling test earlier today. The result of the test will decide his future as Ajmal will be banned for two years if he fails the test.
The England and Wales cricket board has been receiving an e-mail from a random person from Australia and the man is demanding £35,000 from the ECB as a blackmail. If ECB refuses to pay him the money, he threatened to release an embarrassing information about a relationship that current England ODI captain Eoin Morgan had with an Australian woman five years ago.