England batsmen Jason Roy, Alex Hales and Ben Stokes will be among the players to use new bat sensors during the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, starting June 1.
The censors will be placed on top of the bat handle, and will provide a player's bat speed and angle of back …read more
The BCCI has invited applications from parties to bid for the title sponsorship of the Indian Premier League(IPL). The rights would be for the period between August 1st 2017 to July 2022.
Chinese mobile firm Vivo had the rights for a 2-year-period, at a cost of Rs 100 crore …read more
Former Indian cricketer VVS Laxman has backed the Virat Kohli-led side to not only beat arch-rivals Pakistan in their Champions Trophy opener, but to defend the coveted title as well.
"I am very confident that India will do well in the Champions Trophy and will defend the title," Laxman said …read more
India captain Virat Kohli, former skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni and stylish left-handed batsmen, Yuvraj Singh and Suresh Raina, have found places in this year's ESPN World Fame 100 list that made its debut last year.
While Kohli is placed in the 13th spot and Dhoni in the 15th, Yuvraj and …read more
Women's cricket in Sri Lanka has received a major boost as Sri Lanka Cricket awarded contracts to 30 young female players of potential, and named them in a national development squad.
Players were identified through the recently concluded Under-23 provincial tournament, and are set to be paid to train in …read more
The Australian spin wizard Shane Warne has backed India captain Virat Kohli to become the standout player in the world. Kohli will be ssen guiding his troops at the ICC Champions Trophy in England and Wales starting June 1. While India eased to victories over New Zealand and Bangladesh in …read more
The previous edition of the tournament was held in England as well and India ousted the hosts in the final to claim the title. This was their 2nd Champions Trophy triumph, after being declared joint victors in 2002.
🙌Best Batsman: Shikar Dhawan (363 runs)
☝Best Bowler: Ravindra Jadeja (12 wickets …
New Zealand 359/4 (Guptill 116, Williamson 88, Prasanna 2-63) beat Sri Lanka 356/8 (Tharanga 110, Boult 2-47) by six wickets.
New Zealand, led by Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson, overhauled Sri Lanka's target of 357 with ease to complete a 6-wicket victory in both teams' final warm-up game …read more
Simon Katich has attacked Cricket Australia over the board's claim that it is being generous by offering pay rises despite losing A$33 million over the early seasons of the Big Bash League. Katich contended that the announcement of the figure in CA's MoU offer to players was "either an …read more
A 3rd injury to the same shoulder in less than two years didn't bode well for a player who has all too often suffered an injury setback at the worst possible time. After the match, of of Lynn's frustration was distilled in a single tweet: "Dear Cricket Gods, did I …read more