Sri Lanka fast bowler Shehan Madushanka is in doubt for the forthcoming Nidahas Trophy, after sustaining a hamstring injury during Sunday night's T20 win over Bangladesh. Madushanka is yet to undergo an MRI scan, after which the severity of the injury may be determined. As the Nidahas trophy - a T20I …read more
Afghanistan legspinner Rashid Khan and India fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah have jointly risen to the top spot in the ICC rankings in ODIs. Rashid, aged 19 years 153 days, became the youngest ever No.1 in men's rankings history. The pair displaced Imran Tahir, who slid to 6th spot after …read more
Adil Rashid's recent decision to solely focus on white ball cricket until the 2019 World Cup seems to be finding patronage in other 'limited-overs specialists', Alex Hales being the latest.
"I'm grateful to the Club for extending my deal with them because I love batting at Trent Bridge - it's my …read more
England coach Trevor Bayliss is willing to step aside as the coach in the shortest format of the game after raising his concern over too much cricket being played. The visitors were knocked out of the ongoing T20 International tri-series despite winning the thriller against New Zealand by just two …read more
Yusuf Pathan is expected to travel to Dhaka on 22nd of this month for the Dhaka Premier League.
The 35-year-old all-rounder was primarily willing to play in the DPL, but he received an unexpected call-up for the Vijay Hazare Trophy. Incidentally, he was not picked in the 30-man probable list …read more
Afghanistan 241/9 in 50 overs (Javed Ahmadi 76, Rahmat Shah 59; Sikandar Raza 2-41, Tendai Chatara 2-42) beat Zimbabwe 95 in 32.1 overs (Craig Ervine 34; Rashid Khan 3-13, Sharafuddin Ashraf 2-15, Mohamad Nabi 2-26) by 146 runs
Zimbabwe's miserable😖 limited-over series in Sharjah ended with another botched …read more
AB de Villiers & Quinton de Kock are expected to recover from their knee and wrist injuries in time to be in contention for the series against Australia, beginning on the 1st of March. The participation of captain Faf du Plessis & middle-order batsman Temba Bavuma remains doubtful.
Premier pacer, Dale Steyn …read more
Aiden Markram, South Africa's U-19 World Cup-winning captain, had a terribly tough series against India in his first stint as skipper at the senior level. A former captain, Graeme Smith has stated that the management should allow young players to gain experience before thrusting responsibility on them and that Markram …read more
The cricket series between Zimbabwe and Pakistan that was scheduled for later this year was put in major doubt when the African nation's governing body for the sport revealed its cash crunch. However, in hopes of climbing out of their financial predicament and getting the series underway according to plan …read more