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27 Sep 2019 CricTracker

Sarah Taylor of England. (Photo by Gareth Copley/Getty Images) England wicket-keeper Sarah Taylor retires from International cricket Taylor made her England debut in 2006 and went on to rack up 6,553 International runs- 2nd most by an English Women. But, it was really her magnetic keeping skills, her innovations that created waves across the cricketing folklore (Read more about the story) Reporter asks whether Pakistan players will wear Army caps for Kashmir in first ODI, Misbah-ul-Haq responds One-day cricket returns to Pakistan and to Karachi. Ironically, it is these two teams that featured in the last ODI staged at the National Stadium, Karachi back in January 2009. Misbah-ul-Haq played in that last ODI on Pakistan soil and now ten years on he’ll start his second innings in International cricket as the Head Coach and chief-selector of the Pakistan Cricket team. (Read more about the story) Afghanistan Cricket Board announces the fixtures of domestic T20 league Afghanistan has vastly developed in the last decade in terms of cricket. This year Afghanistan were also successful in winning their first Test match in history. Now, the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) has been taking steps in bringing their domestic league back after a gap of one year. (Read more about the story) Will be happy to see Rohit Sharma opening the batting in Tests: Ajinkya Rahane Even as his numbers at home have been stupendous, the Mumbai batsman has flattered to deceive in overseas conditions, especially in tough conditions. Moreover, Ajinkya Rahane and Hanuma Vihari’s consistent shows in the middle order has kept Rohit out of the side in the longest format. (Read more about the story) Australia’s 2020 Test series in Bangladesh confirmed The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has confirmed that they will host Australia for a couple of matches next year in the ICC World Test Championship. The visitors lost the opening match in Dhaka by 20 runs, but came back with a seven-wicket victory in Chattogram. (Read more about the story) Yuvraj Singh feels India can try different captain in shorter formats considering Virat Kohli’s workload Virat Kohli has been leading team India for a few years now. The team has done extremely well under his leadership. But every now and then his captaincy skills have come under the scanner especially in the shorter formats. (Read more about the story) Babar Azam’s progress can take him to the category of Virat Kohli and Steve Smith: Sarfaraz Ahmed Babar Azam made his debut for Pakistan back in 2015 and ever since, he has carved himself a reputation as one the national team’s most reliable batters. In both ODIs and T20Is, the Lahore-born talent averages over 50 and has been a thorn in the flesh of the opponents. (Read more about the story) Brett Lee reveals that he and wife Lana became parents 13 weeks ago Brett Lee, the former Australian cricketer, has been married to Lana Anderson since 2014 after one year of dating. Lana is the retired speedster’s second wife after Elizabeth Kemp, to whom Lee was linked from 2006 to 2009. (Read more about the story)

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