England Test captain Joe Root wants to be dominant against Pakistan from the very start of the three-match series. He doesn’t want to take the visitors for granted because they have not played any series for the past five months amid the
While the 2008 Sydney Test created a big controversy that affected the relation between India and Australian national cricket teams, then Indian Test captain Anil Kumble was very disappointed after his fellow off-spinner Harbhajan Singh was accused of Monkeygate scandal. While Harbhajan
While the cricket world believes that the upcoming Australia tour will not be easy for the Indian team due to the strong and mature Australian side, former Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir believes that the present Indian bowling attack can destroy the strong
Former Indian wicket-keeper and the former chief of the Indian senior men’s selection committee panel, MSK Prasad supports to send a big Indian squad for the upcoming Australia tour. Though the coronavirus pandemic is still on, international cricket is now slowly returning.
Former Australian fast bowler Brett Lee is very excited to watch Australia vs India Test series in the forthcoming home summer. Recently, he talked about the crucial points of this series. Last time, when India toured in Australia in 2018/19 summer, Australian
Twin centuries of the overnight English batsmen, Dom Sibley and Ben Stokes, helped the hosts England to dominate the second day of the Manchester Test, which is the second game of the three-match Test series against West Indies. Starting the day on
Former Australian speedster Brett Lee is excited for Australia vs India Test series in the upcoming Australian home summer. He feels that the Australian team needs to put the Indian captain Virat Kohli under pressure early in the series to achieve success.
The legendary Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar is keenly observing the ongoing Test series England vs West Indies in England. On the day one of the second Test at Old Trafford (Manchester), Tendulkar gave his view on the game by adding his experience
The 25-year-old England fast bowler Jofra Archer missed out the ongoing Manchester Test against West Indies due to breaching bio-secure protocols. Former England captain Michael Atherton called it a foolish act while another former English captain Michael Vaughan feels that it was
While West Indies won the first Test of the ongoing three-match Test series against the hosts England, the Caribbean Head Coach Phil Simmons credited their fourth innings hero Jermaine Blackwood for their four-wicket victory. That Southampton Test was also the resume chapter