India has always been known for its turning pitches. And every time a test match is hosted in India, its pitches invite heavy criticism from visitors. Nagpur pitch was in focus ever since it was announced as the venue for the first test match of the India vs Australia test series. There have been many
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After suffering a horrific accident on December 30, Indian star wicketkeeper batter Rishabh Pant continues to be on the road to recovery. While there is a flurry of warm wishes coming for him, legendary Indian cricketer Kapil Dev’s statement came at the commencement of the Border Gavaskar Trophy. Rishabh Pant to be missed in World
Border Gavaskar Trophy is among the fiercest rivalries in the world of Test cricket. The competition between Australia and India has given rise to many memorable moments on and off the field, significantly elevating test cricket love among fans. India has a colossal task dependent on the upcoming Border Gavaskar Trophy as they need to
Aaron Finch has announced his retirement from T20Is, ending his incredible international career. After retiring from ODIs in September last year, he continued to lead the Aussies in the T20 World Cup. But after failing to defend the title on home soil and looking at the significant time gap until the next T20 World Cup,
With only five days until the latest edition of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy begins in Nagpur on 9 February, the rivalry between India and Australia will resume. The two teams’ rivalry dates back to 1947 when India visited Australia for a five-match Test series. India lost that series and had to wait until the 1979-80 series
David Warner, a senior opener for Australia, said he worries about the future of Test cricket as young cricketers are putting white-ball cricket ahead of the longest form of the game. Warner used one of his teammates from the Sydney Thunder, Oliver Davies, as an example of how young cricketers think about choosing between formats.
For any batter, scoring a century internationally is a special feeling. When batting, every player tries to get as many runs as possible and, more importantly, convert big scores into a century. A century is a big deal in cricket, and every player wants to reach it. Thus, if there is any score a batter would hate getting out