Baztab News

Top Stories: Things that made news in the cricket world today

06 Nov 2019 CricTracker

Afghanistan fan, Sher Khan. (Photo Source: News18) MI in USA; KKR in WI; CSK in Singapore – IPL Governing Council likely to come up with friendlies The Indian Premier League (IPL) governing council has said that the franchises be allowed to explore the idea of holding overseas ties. It was decided in the first meeting of the body. The move to take part in the matches won’t bear the stamp of the tournament. (Read more about the story) Afghanistan cricket fan struggles to find accommodation in Lucknow due to ‘height’ issues Afghanistan is currently playing the ODI series against West Indies at Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee International Cricket Stadium, Lucknow. The tour started with a three-match ODI series and then they play a three-match T20I series before ending it with a lone Test. (Read more about the story) India vs Bangladesh: Rajkot pitch expected to offer a run-fest Wherever Team India are scheduled to play a match, the talk leading into the fixture is more on around the climatic conditions than their team combinations. With India set to host Bangladesh for the second T20I in Rajkot, Cyclone Maha is threatening to have its say on match day. (Read more about the story) T20 Blast 2020: Nicholas Pooran returns to play for Yorkshire Vikings Yorkshire Vikings have signed powerful left-handed batsman from the Caribbean Islands, Nicholas Pooran for T20 Blast 2020. The batsman would be available for most of the north group games for the Vikings unless any international commitments keep him away. (Read more about the story) Reports: MS Dhoni unlikely to commentate in day-night Test vs Bangladesh India is currently involved in a T20I series against Bangladesh. And, just after this, both the teams are scheduled to play two Tests. It will be a historic series from the perspective of both the teams because the final Test at Eden Gardens will be a Day-Night game. (Read more about the story) I am saddened that Babar Azam’s efforts went in vain: Shoaib Akhtar Following the unexpected 0-3 rout against Sri Lanka last month, sweeping changes were made to set-up. Babar Azam- the No.1 ranked T20I batsman- was given the responsibility of leading the side in the shortest format of the game. (Read more about the story) India vs Bangladesh: Rohit Sharma hints at changes in playing XI in 2nd T20I Cricket is a very unique sport. Each format has its own challenges. And, what might work for one can’t possibly be the same for the other format. And, Rohit Sharma, despite him taking a few balls to eventually get going, is indispensable in any white-ball cricket. (Read more about the story) Third umpire should spot no-balls, feels Adam Gilchrist Whenever the history of the year 2019 will be written, two things will dominate the narrative comprehensively. The boundary-count rule has been scrapped now but one issue that has been a source of contention for a long time was still to be dealt with. (Read more about the story)

Original Link:

Open Original News

More from CricTracker

Latest News: