AUS beat NZ by 71 runs | Australia vs New Zealand, Highlights And Cricket Score 1st ODI Match
Chappell-Hadlee Trophy, 2020Date: Mar 13, 2020 Start Time: 09:00 IST | 03:30 GMT | 14:30 Local
Venue: Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), Sydney
Shafali Verma is already a superstar at 16. The talented India opening batswoman is already India's youngest half-centurion in international cricket and has a T20I strike rate of 146.24 which is the current best in women's T20I cricket. Shafali has so far played 19 T20Is but has already become a role model to budding cricketers.
With five titles to his name, Mumbai Indians captain Rohit is the most successful captain in the history of the lucrative T20 tournament while Royal Challengers Bangalore skipper Kohli has failed to win the title even once
Tottenham Hotspur footballers were seen playing cricket in a short video shared by the official India Twitter handle of Spurs. In the video, Harry Kane, Alli, Gareth Bale and a host other Tottenham stars can be seen engaging a fun game of cricket. Alli even shows brilliant skills to take a sensational catch.
Rabada had finished the IPL as its top wicket-taker as his franchise Delhi Capitals made the finals of the tournament for the very first time. Before the IPL, Rabada had spent almost six months without any cricket action.
David Warner said he will keep his aggression in check and would rather use his bat to do the talking when the India ODI series starts later this month. Warner said he toned down on his antics as he matured. The 34-year-old expects some sledge and barbs thrown at him by Indian players during the upcoming tour but said he ignore rather than engage.
The Indian cricket team is currently serving quarantine in Sydney ahead of their first international assignment after the coronavirus-induced break. It seems like that the Men in Blue are enjoying a gala time and Shikhar Dhawan’s latest Instagram picture backs the fact. The southpaw shared a photo with his teammates, and their smiles suggest that the training is on song.
During the 3TC game in July, players and all support staff including the director of cricket Graeme Smith wore black arm-bands and took a knee before the match to extend support to the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement.
Virat Kohli’s men are back in international cricket after the coronavirus-induced halt and their first assignment is against Australia down under. With the pitches helping the pacers and boundaries being on the larger side, scoring runs on Australian soil isn’t a bread and butter task. Regardless of the fact, many Indian batsmen have managed to make an impact.
Mohammed Siraj opened up on his decision to stay back in Australia after his father's untimely demise and said he had called his mother expressing his desire to return to India for his father’s last rites. But his mother asked him to remain with the national side and keep fulfilling his father’s wishes. Siraj lost his father on November 20.
Siraj has played one ODI and three T20Is for India. The pacer is yet to take a wicket in the 50-over format, but he has three wickets in T20Is. The 26-year-old recently played the Indian Premier League (IPL) for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).
If Afridi indeed misses the matches, then Bhanuka Rajapaksa will be leading the franchise. Galle Gladiators will play their first match on November 27 against Jaffna Stallions. Earlier, Galle Gladiators had appointed Afridi as their captain and domestic talent Bhanuka Rajapaksa as his deputy for the upcoming Lanka Premier League (LPL).
The three-match India vs Australia ODI series gets underway on November 27. Over the years, batting has been India’s strength across formats. Batsmen even have played a significant part in India’s success down under. However, there have been occasions when Indian bowlers have made the Aussies left clueless at their own backyard.
India and Australia are indeed two of the most potent cricket nations comprising of numerous match-winners. Although batting has been India’s strength over the years, their bowlers have also done a terrific job. In the pace-friendly tracks of Melbourne, Perth and Sydney, many Indian bowlers have made the Aussies taste their own medicine.
On the occasion of Gary Kirsten's 53rd birthday, Suresh Raina, Yuvraj Singh and many others from cricket fraternity wished the southpaw. After bringing down curtains to his illustrious cricket career, Kirsten donned the coach's head and emerged as one of the best in the business. One of his biggest achievements as a coach is to guide India to the 2011 World Cup triumph.
India and Australia will face each other in three T20Is, three ODIs and four Test matches as Team India resume international cricket. The two teams have met each other 145 times in One-Day internationals with Australia dominating the head-to-head record with 78 wins compared to India’s 52 victories while 15 games have either ended in a draw or washed out.
Skipper Kohli will be playing just one Test against Australia, and then he will head back home after being granted paternity leave by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). As a result, Rahane will be leading the side in his absence.