Cricket

Cricket

Spinners have chance to shine during saliva ban: Kumble

Cricket chief Anil Kumble hopes a ban on using saliva to shine the ball after the coronavirus shutdown could see a resurgence of spin...

Bumrah seeks ‘alternative’ to saliva on cricket ball

Indian paceman Jasprit Bumrah said cricket should seek an "alternative" for shining the ball if the game's governing body ban the use of saliva...

Winning Dhoni’s trust key to getting India captaincy: Kohli

India captain Virat Kohli believes he landed the job largely because his predecessor Mahendra Singh Dhoni was impressed with his reading of situations in matches. Kohli,...

It’s on: Australia announce summer schedule with full series against India

Ending weeks of speculation, Cricket Australia on Thursday confirmed that India will make the trip Down Under starting October this year for a financially...

Uncertainty over next chairman as ICC denies T20 World Cup is postponed

Shashank Manohar is prepared to stay on as International Cricket Council chairman to oversee a "smooth transition" following reports that former India captain Sourav...

ICC Board Meeting: World T20 to be postponed to 2022, October window for IPL

The postponement of this year's T20 World Cup in Australia to 2022, which might open up a window for the lucrative Indian Premier League...

Bowlers require minimum two months’ preparation to play tests

Bowlers looking at resuming test cricket after the novel coronavirus lockdown will require two to three months of preparation to avoid injuring themselves, the International Cricket Council (ICC)...

BCCI won’t push for World Cup postponement to open IPL window

India's cricket board will not push for the Twenty20 World Cup in Australia to be postponed but would consider staging the Indian Premier League (IPL)...

Kohli credits change in stance for versatility

Virat Kohli's wide range of shots makes him one of the most versatile batsmen of his era and the India captain says it was a tweak...

Saliva on ball, neutral umpires set to be axed due to virus

Cricketers are set to be banned from using saliva to shine the ball due to the coronavirus pandemic, following recommendations by the International Cricket...
10