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Times of India : cricket
02  mars     17h15
WPL: Mumbai Indians ease past Royal Challengers Bangalore for third win
   Mumbai Indians defeated RCB by seven wickets in a Women’s Premier League match on Saturday. Opting to field, MI bowlers rose to the occasion to restrict RCB to a modest for six. Ellyse Perry top scored for RCB with an unbeaten . Pooja Vastrakar and Nat Sciver Brunt picked up two...
It’s a shame’: Anderson’s huge remark on Kohli’s absence
   The India England Test series is approaching its conclusion, with only the fifth and final match remaining. However, the notable absence of Virat Kohli remains a significant topic of discussion. Yeah, you always want to play against the best players. And it’s been a shame that he’s not been a part...
Iyer’s presence at KKR Academy left Agarkar furious: Report
   A few days ago, Shreyas Iyer along with Ishan Kishan had been omitted from the BCCI Central Contracts List, with the board saying that the duo were not recommended to be amongst the players to get the annual retainership. Regarding Iyer, who pulled out of Mumbai’s Ranji Trophy...
IPL: Steyn requests break from his role as SRH bowling coach
   Dale Steyn, the legendary South African fast bowler, has requested a break from his role as the bowling coach of Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League IPL , even as the franchise may announce Pat Cummins as the captain for the upcoming season of the tournament starting on March .
Vaughan responds to Hawk-Eye inventor’s ’uneducated’ swipe
   Joe Root’s LBW dismissal involving DRS during the India England Test in Ranchi sparked a huge controversy. Vaughan criticized Hawkeye technology, while Hawkins later defended the decision and termed Vaughan’s remarks uneducated.
For me to come back, a lot has to be right: Tamim Iqbal
   Veteran opening batter and former captain Tamim Iqbal has said that a lot of things ’have to be right’ if he has to make a return to the Bangladesh team and play again at the international level.
Rishabh Pant to be cleared by NCA on March 5, says Ganguly
   Rishabh Pant’s return to competitive cricket is eagerly awaited as he edges closer to full recovery from a horrific car accident more than a year ago. Delhi Capitals are taking a cautious approach with Pant’s fitness and will assess him on a match by match basis once he is cleared by the National...
Ranji Trophy: Mumbai take opening day honours
   Tushar Deshpande and Shardul Thakur starred to put Mumbai on top following a meek display from Tamil Nadu on the opening day of their Ranji Trophy semifinal in Mumbai on Saturday.
Ishan Kishan refused BCCI’s offer at redemption: Report
   In the middle of the heated discussions surrounding Ishan Kishan and Shreyas Iyer following their exclusion from the BCCI’s contracted players list due to their absence from the Ranji Trophy, numerous reports have indicated that both the players opted to make themselves unavailable for their state...
Ranji: Avesh claims four as MP bowl out Vidarbha for 170 on Day 1
   Avesh Khan led Madhya Pradesh pace bowling unit hit right lengths on a pitch that offered enough carry to bowl out Vidarbha for a meagre on day one to gain control of their Ranji Trophy semifinal match in Nagpur on Saturday.
In Pics: Steve Smith’s struggle as opening batter in Tests
   Explore Steve Smith’s recent struggles as an opening batter in Test cricket and analyze his overall performance in the new ICC World Test Championship cycle.
He’s going to be a superstar’: Lyon praises Rachin Ravindra
   Australian spinner Nathan Lyon has praised New Zealand batsman Rachin Ravindra as a promising superstar , but expressed confidence in Australia’s victory in the first Test match against New Zealand in Wellington. Lyon praised Ravindra’s unbeaten innings of , guiding New Zealand to at...
Real MVPs’: Jurel credits parents for success in heartfelt tribute
   Indian cricketer Dhruv Jurel expressed his gratitude to his parents for their unwavering support and encouragement, citing them as the real MVPs of his life. Jurel shared a poignant picture with his parents alongside the ’Player of the Match’ award from the fourth Test against England at Ranchi,...
His game is suited for...’: Ganguly on why DC released Sarfaraz
   Sarfaraz Khan is facing an uncertain future in the Indian Premier League after being released by Delhi Capitals ahead of the IPL auction. Despite his impressive domestic cricket performances, his stint in the IPL has been marked by inconsistency. Delhi Capitals’ director of cricket, Sourav...
1st Test: NZ struggle in pursuit of daunting target vs Australia
   New Zealand faced a challenging victory target set by Australia in the first Test at Wellington’s Basin Reserve. At the end of play, New Zealand was for three, runs behind their target of . Spinner Glenn Phillips made an impressive five wicket haul , marking his first first class...
Gambhir seeks time off ’political duties’ to focus on IPL job
   Gautam Gambhir returns as KKR mentor for upcoming IPL season. On Saturday, the Member of Parliament sought permission from his party BJP to focus on cricket and reequested the party president to relieve him of political duties. He thanked PM Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah for trusting...
There is no reason cricketers can play one format and not the other’
   Sourav Ganguly emphasizes the importance of red ball cricket for Indian players and discusses the relevance of first class and white ball cricket, the consideration of Ranji Trophy performances by IPL franchises and the need for better guidance and retirement announcements in Indian cricket....
Ireland go past India, NZ, SA with historic maiden Test victory
   Ireland secured their maiden Test victory in the red ball format, surpassing India and New Zealand in the number of matches taken. Despite being newcomers, Ireland’s journey to this historic win took just eight matches, spanning six years since their entry into the red ball format in . The...
Usman Khawaja forced to remove black dove sticker from bat
   The controversy surrounding the black dove sticker resurfaced during the first Test between Australia and New Zealand, as Australian opener Usman Khawaja had to remove the emblem from his bat. The ICC rejected Khawaja’s request to wear the dove sticker during the Test series against Pakistan,...
Cricket Australia CEO refutes neglect claims
   Cricket Australia CEO Nick Hockley denies allegations that key cricket boards, including India and England, overlooked a proposal to protect Test cricket. He stated Cricket Australia is actively collaborating with the International Cricket Council ICC to enhance the cricket calendar and promote...