South Africa Test opener Dean Elgar has thrown his hat in the ring to lead the team in the red-ball format. The southpaw believes that the experience under his belt will help him to make a strong contender for the role. It’s
India has won the 11th consecutive Test series in the home ground as the team has registered the victory in the Test series against South Africa. There has been a long time that India has lost a Test series at the home.
The hosts India are on the verge of completing whitewash in the three-match home Test series against South Africa after dominating the day three of the Ranchi Test. Before this third and final Test match of this series, India already won the
South Africa’s opening batsman Dean Elgar stated that it has been a challenging tour for them in India. The visitors were able to draw level the T20I series but nothing has gone their way since then in the Test series so far.
India was able to draw first blood in the ongoing three-match Test series against South Africa at Visakhapatnam as they convincingly won by 203 runs. The hosts’ were able to tick the right boxes and would like to continue their domination. On
On Monday (7th October), the International Cricket Council (ICC) has released the Test players’ rankings. Rohit Sharma, who has recently become a super hit in his first assignment as a Test opener, has climbed up to his best-ever Test career ranking. Meanwhile,
The third day of the first Test match was interesting between South Africa and India. South Africa put some great performance in the field. Dean Elgar was the crucial player who scored 160 runs in the scoreboard. His innings was ended by
The visitors South Africa played fighting cricket against the hosts India on the day three of the ongoing first Test of the three-match Test series at Visakhapatnam. South Africa began the day three (4th October) on their overnight score of 39/3. With
South African batsmen fought very well on the day three of the first Test of the three-match Test series against the hosts India at Visakhapatnam. However, the late wickets have put back the hosts on the top. At the stumps of the
South African opening batsman Dean Elgar said he is not sure if the Australian team’s new ‘docile’ attitude will last long. The Australian team is recovering from the latest ball-tampering saga which led to a change in the leadership group of the