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IND เทียบกับ ENG | Bairstrow, Wood กลับมาอีกครั้งเมื่อ Moeen Ali พักการทดลองสองครั้งล่าสุด
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คณะกรรมการคริกเก็ตอังกฤษและเวลส์ (ECB) ได้ประกาศทีมสำหรับการทดสอบสองครั้งล่าสุดกับอินเดียโดย Muen Ali พักหลังจากอยู่ในฟองสบู่เป็นเวลาประมาณห้าเดือน ในขณะเดียวกัน Johnny Beirstov และ Mark Wood จะเข้าร่วมทีมหลังจากการกักกันใน Ahmedabad หลังจากชนะการทดสอบครั้งแรกของซีรีส์ซึ่งหยุดนักมวยชาวอินเดียที่บ้านได้ชั่วครู่อังกฤษก็แพ้การทดสอบครั้งที่สองโดยมีช่องว่างมากถึง 317 ครั้ง ตอนนี้ความสำคัญทั้งหมดจะเปลี่ยนไปที่ Motora Stadium ซึ่งเป็นสนามกีฬาคริกเก็ตที่ใหญ่ที่สุดในโลกสำหรับ Pink Ball ทั้งกลางวัน / กลางคืนซึ่งจะมีความสำคัญมากสำหรับทั้งสองฝ่ายในการรักษาความหวังสำหรับฟุตบอลโลก สำหรับสองเกมสุดท้ายที่มีการเปลี่ยนแปลงเล็กน้อย ในขณะที่ Mark Wood และ Johnny Beirstov กำลังจะเข้าร่วมทีมหลังจากหยุดพักช่วงสั้น ๆ Moyen Ali ซึ่งทำผลงานได้ดีมากในเกมแรกตอนนี้จะกลับบ้านเพื่อพักผ่อน เดือนและเป็นส่วนหนึ่งของฟองสบู่มากมายนับตั้งแต่นั้นมา อย่างไรก็ตามเขาได้รับโอกาสที่จะอยู่กลับ แต่เขาเลือกทางเลือกอื่นในการฟื้นฟูพลังงาน โดมินิกเบสส์และแจ็คลีชอยู่ในกลุ่มผู้เล่นตัวหลักในการแบ่งกลุ่มของอังกฤษและโอมาร์วิร์ดีเป็นสมาชิกของทีมเพิ่มเติม ทีมภาษาอังกฤษสำหรับการทดสอบครั้งที่สาม: Joe Ruth (c), James Anderson, Joffra Archer, Johnny Beirstow, Dominic Bess, Stuart Brod, Rory Burns, Zack Crowley, Ben Fox, Dan Lawrence, Jack Leach, Ollie Pope, House Sibley, Ben Stokes, Ollie Stone, Chris Wax, Mark Wood สมัครสมาชิกกับเราที่นี่บน Facebook ติดต่อกับเราบน Twitter ที่นี่หน้า Instagram ของเราที่นี่
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IPL 2021 | Kings XI Punjab change their name to Punjab Kings
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Ahead of the 14th season of the Indian Premier League, the Kings XI Punjab franchise have changed their name to Punjab Kings and will be called by their new name in the upcoming IPL auction. The franchise is even considering a grand 're-launch' with the new name in a couple of days in Mumbai.Kings XI Punjab have been a part of the Indian Premier League for 13 years now but barring 2014, when they reached the final, success has been elusive. They have been one of the most active traders as well as buyers in the auction window but that hasn't materialized to success over the years. Now, they are set to change their name.Kings XI Punjab, from now on, will be known as Punjab Kings and a formal communication has been made to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). Cricbuzz reported that the approval has also been obtained.Even though no owner or an official of the franchise has stated any reason behind the planned transformation few KXIP officials confirmed the name change, which is, in fact, used in a recent internal communication by the BCCI.The Mohit Burman-Preity Zinta-Ness Wadia-owned side is planning a grand 're-launch' in a couple of days in Mumbai, ahead of the February 18 auction that will take place in Chennai. The KL Rahul-led franchise will turn up at the auction in Chennai as Punjab Kings.Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .
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Pakistan Tour of South Africa: Three CWC Super League ODIs and four T20Is in April
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Follow Us On Pakistan and South Africa have announced the schedule for the limited-overs series in April, comprising three ICC Cricket World Cup Super League ODIs and four T20Is. The tour is scheduled to run from 02 April to 16 April 2021, with Pakistan arriving in South Africa on 26 March before the first game when they will enter a bio-secure environment (BSE) in Gauteng. They will go into a period of quarantine before commencing with inter-squad training. Pakistan’s tour of South Africa was initially scheduled to comprise just three T20Is, but after a request from Cricket South Africa, the series will now comprise four T20Is, with the first two matches being played in Johannesburg, followed by two T20Is in Pretoria. Before the T20Is get underway on 10 April, a three-match ODI series will be played between the sides from 2 April. A part of the Men’s CWC Super League, the first and third ODIs will be played in Pretoria, with Johannesburg hosting the second ODI on 4 April. “We are delighted to finally confirm the dates and full schedule for Pakistan’s white-ball tour to South Africa,” commented CSA Director of Cricket, Graeme Smith. “Pakistan has proved their status over the years as one of the most dangerous limited-overs teams and I’m sure they will give the Proteas a stern test on the Highveld. We will also have the much-anticipated ‘Betway Pink ODI’ take place during the tour and that is something further to look forward to for the players, the fans and all those associated with this iconic day,” he added. “We are grateful to the PCB for agreeing to our request within a short period of time to increase the length of the trip by adding in a fourth T20, which will give us some much-needed additional international content,” he said. PCB Director of International Cricket, Zakir Khan added, “We are delighted to help assist our fellow member countries in their plight to survive. We all have a collective responsibility to look after the game and its welfare together as ICC Members.” “South Africa and Pakistan’s relationship is a long-standing and mutually valued one, and it was an easy decision for us to accommodate their request. We’re all looking forward to a successful tour,” he added. Pakistan Tour of South Africa Schedule 2 April: 1st ODI, Supersport Park, Pretoria  4 April: 2nd ODI, Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg  7 April: 3rd ODI, SuperSport Park, Pretoria  10 April: 1st T20I, Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg  12 April: 2nd T20I, Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg  14 April: 3rd T20I, SuperSport Park, Pretoria  16 April: 4th T20I, SuperSport Park, Pretoria
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IND vs ENG | Pitch is turning but only when you hit the right areas, insists Axar Patel
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Axar Patel, who's making his Test debut at the Chepauk, reckons that it's a turning pitch but you have to nail the right areas to get the most out of it. He also added that the team's confidence was greatly boosted by the partnership between Virat Kohli and Ravichandran Ashwin.  The venue of the first and second Test might be the same but not the nature of the deck as the pitch has been turning in the ongoing Test as opposed to the series opener, played on a relatively flat wicket. Despite the assistance from the wicket, there has been a lot of difference between the way both the team's spinners have bowled. While Indian spinners have able to gain maximum out of a helpful track, the same hasn't been the case with England duo of Moeen Ali and Jack Leach. Especially, Moeen has bowled quite a few full tosses pretty much like Dom Bess and at times both have lacked the penetration as shown by the Indian spinners. Axar Patel, who took two wickets today for India, also suggested the same and stated that one has to bowl in the right areas to reap rewards. “Like the way the wicket is behaving, it’s turning. But it only turns when you bowl the right length, the right pace. If you are a little slow, it doesn’t turn a lot. So if you hit the right pace and line, it becomes tough for them to bat. It becomes important for the bowlers to bowl the right pace,” Axar told reporters in a virtual presser at the end of day three. There have been a lot of talks around the nature of the wicket but the left-arm spinner asserted that players need to adapt just like Indians do on seaming wickets. “Actually if you look at my last dismissal (Root) one, it was down to the umpire, so I can’t say a lot on that. But here on this wicket, I think we played really well, so when we are able to score runs, they shouldn’t have issues. I think they (England) should change the mindset about the wicket because we also play on seaming wickets.”Notably, if not for injury, the Gujarat spinner would have played the first Test too, and he reckons it was frustrating for him to miss out earlier. Once the No.1 ODI bowler in the world, he also said that the wicket has suited his strength as he tries to bowl accurately. “I was about to play in the first Test, it was frustrating for me but I never got irritated by it. I just took some time and worked on my fitness, my physio told me that it was a niggle and it would become alright for the second Test. It was frustrating but if you look at it positively, I could give my 100% here. I have played with Ash a lot, his mindset and his bowling to both left and right-handed batsman. He talks a lot about mindset and how I could trouble the batsman with my bowling.”“The way I bowl, accuracy is my strength, it has worked well for me. It’s just that you have to be accurate, focused and keep bowling the same line and length. The wicket will take care of itself, you just have to keep bowling to your strength,” Axar said.Indian batting got off to shaky start and were at one position, 106 for 6 today but then Kohli and Ashwin combined in a big partnership with the former getting a fifty and the latter making an emphatic century that helped India to 286 runs. Axar remarked that the team's confidence was boosted by the Kohli-Ash partnership and also how the team doesn't pay much attention to the outside noise. “I think our team’s confidence was boosted by Ashwin’s knock. We had a lot of soft dismissals, the way Pujara got out. We were a bit nervous but the way Ashwin and Virat played, we had immense confidence and when there are runs on board, you tend to be more confident of your chances.”Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .
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The Good, Bad, and Ugly ft. Cricket fans returning to stadiums, Fran Kirby and Wasim Jaffer
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Welcome to The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly segment of the week gone by where we review the sporting world and the stuff they offer. The last week was going really well till 'many' stories emerged and things got uglier. Please dive in as we take you on a stroll through the park.The GoodThe Scenes as fans return to Stadium in IndiaFinally, Cricket fans returned to the stadium, and what a glorious occasion it could be with a visiting team being 1-0 up in India in a Test series that would determine the WTC finalist. Of course, it had to be in Chennai in front of the Knowledgeable Chennai Crowd who traditionally stand up and applaud the good cricket on offer, no matter the allegiance. On Saturday, with only 50% crowd allowed to be at the venue, they really made a spectacle. The whistles were coming regularly and every single soul applauded Rohit Sharma returning back to the pavilion after playing the innings of his life. Chennai is known for that but the heart was content for seeing after what seemed like an era without the main stakeholders finding a glimpse of their favorite sport. Fran Kirby and a story of success and tragedyWatching Fran Kirby is pure joy. She does everything an attacking footballer does at her prime and radiates a stunning charisma and smile integral to her personality. That itself makes her a likable character on the football pitch but if you add the personal tragedy that she had to overcome in order to be where she is now, it makes for a compelling narrative. She missed most of the last season after contracting pericarditis which almost forced her into retirement at the age of 26. She was also diagnosed with clinical depression following the death of her mother and life had much more contrasting problems for her. Any mere mortal would’ve left the sport for good, but not Kirby. With an unflinching determination, she did make a comeback and on a roll this season for Chelsea. What a magnificent football story!The BadHugo Boumous abuses umpires to receive red-cardThe week that was glorious for sports on many counts, the bad made its mark. Mumbai City FC star Hugo Boumous is not known for his discipline, and that was on show once again when he abused match officials during their game against FC Goa last week. Boumous was shown a fourth yellow card in the fifth minute of the injury time for ‘delaying the start of play’ and immediately, he was seen abusing umpires on the field. He was shown a direct red card and taking stock of the situation, AIFF Disciplinary Committee issued a show-cause notice to the footballer. Even though that won’t affect Mumbai City FC that much as they are already through to the play-offs and have four matches before the semi-finals, his action doesn’t speak much better for the league.Ezra Moseley passes away in a road accidentSome horrific news came from Bridgetown this week as Ezra Moseley, former West Indies fast bowler, died in an accident aged 63. Those who haven’t seen him bowl might not understand the impact that Mosely had for the Windies in 1990 but that goes beyond history books and brought about a cultural manifestation. Despite being diagnosed with a stress fracture in his back at the age of 24, he had a significant impact. After having lost the opening encounter in the absence of Viv Richards, Patrick Patterson, and Malcolm Marshall, Windies were staring at defeat at the hands of England, who were chasing 151 runs to claim a 2-0 series lead. Mosely he twice struck Gooch on the glove with rising deliveries - still one of the iconic photos of all-time - and helped Windies to a memorable and ultimately historic draw. Assistant coach for their Women’s team in the 2016 T20 World Cup in India, which they won, Mosely had a fantastic post-retirement career as well. His demise is a loss for the sport we all love.Communal allegations against Wasim JafferWasim Jaffer told me during the lockdown how fortunate he has been in his career for having people right on his side and being loved by everyone irrespective of their age. People from all corners have spoken about the decency of the man and how fortunate they were to know him and thus it seems absolutely ludicrous when communal allegations were levelled against him. It came to such a position that Jaffer had to do a point by point rebuttal in a press conference and yet very few came in support of him. When asked, Ajinkya Rahane said he didn’t have any idea of the incident, Sachin Tendulkar is yet to say one word about that and most of the active cricketers, sans Manoj Tiwary, made their support clear. It is a shame what we’re seeing at the moment.The third Umpiring blunder casts an ugly episode in ChennaiFirst thing first - the on-field umpiring has been excellent in this series so far. However, the same can’t be said about the third umpiring decisions on the opening day of the second Test in Chennai when Anil Chaudhary failed to follow the right procedure after a not-out decision against Ajinkya Rahane. In the 75th over of the day, Rahane prodded forward to a good-length ball of Jack Leach for which Virender Sharma turned down the appeal. When England reviewed it, Chaudhary only checked the UltraEdge and concluded that there was no contact at that moment. However, he failed to realize that the ball, after hitting the pad, in fact, hit Rahane’s gloves on the way to Ollie Pope. When England told the on-field umpire that they were in fact, checking for a catch, Chaudhary responded with an LBW review. It all happened in a spur and England had lost a review. When England team management took that up with match referee Javagal Srinath, he reinstated the review but Rahane batted on for a while. It created an outrage on Twitter and the umpires copped abuse for the same.Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .
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Delhi Capitals appoints Colonel Vinod Bisht as interim CEO
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Follow Us On JSW and GMR co-owned Delhi Capitals today announced the appointment of Colonel Vinod Bisht as Interim Chief Executive Officer for the franchise, as Dhiraj Malhotra, who held the position for the last two years, has decided to move on. Colonel Vinod Bisht is a Paratrooper with over two decades in the Indian Army. The IIM-A alumni has been a part of the Delhi IPL franchise from its inception. He will take charge as Interim CEO of Delhi Capitals with immediate effect. “I would like to take this opportunity to thank Dhiraj for his time and efforts for our franchise,” Delhi Capitals Chairman Kiran Kumar Grandhi said on the occasion. “It has been a remarkable last two seasons for Delhi Capitals, and Dhiraj has been a crucial part of it. All of us at the franchise would like to wish him the very best for his future endeavours,” he added. “Dhiraj will always remain a part of the DC family. I would like to thank him for his tremendous role in getting DC to where it is off the field,” team co-owner Parth Jindal said. “I wish him all the very best. Delhi Capitals will now put its best foot forward to take the team’s performance to the next level under the able guidance of Colonel Bisht,” he said.
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IND vs ENG | England need ‘something amazing’ to avoid defeat against India, believes Graham Thorpe
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England batting coach Graham Thorpe has stated that the visitors need to bat extremely well and something amazing must happen for them to avoid a sure loss from a rampant Indian side. Thorpe has further added that they were naturally disappointed with the deficit in the game after two days.England suffered a major collapse in the first innings after India posted a competitive total of 329 runs and even though they just managed to get past the follow-on mark, the eventuality was all too familiar for a team that had lost only two Test matches at home in the last nine years.With India now looking to stretch their lead, which currently stands at a brilliant 249, things look ominous for England. Batting coach Graham Thorpe admitted the same and asserted that England need 'something amazing' to avoid defeat against India in the second Test in Chennai. "You'd say we need something very special to happen tomorrow for us and for somebody to do something amazing with that bat. We're naturally disappointed with the deficit in the game after two days, but it's important we don't allow ourselves to get too down about it," Thorpe said in the virtual press conference from Chennai."The most important thing is our dressing-room doesn't get too affected by today. We've got some players in our team touring this part of the world for the first time against a very strong Indian side. Just as last week when we won the first Test match and we had to work extremely hard for it, here we know we have to stand up and keep learning as well."England wicketkeeper Ben Foakes, who replaced Jos Buttler for the second Test, was a treat to watch behind the stumps and staying true to the reputation, he batted as a man possessed. However, he didn't find required support from the other end, resulting in a pretty dire situation and Thorpe admitted that a little bit of support here and there would've made things a lot easier."I thought Ben Foakes played very well, but we'd lost early wickets and that really set us back. We didn't get the partnerships going - the guys had plans, but they didn't happen for us."There were some good deliveries in there, some unfortunate dismissals and some good catches as well. We knew we were going to have some tough days here and it's incredibly challenging on that surface."Even in the first Test, we believed it was a good toss to win and this one was just as important. Pitches deteriorate as the game goes on and this one has gone a little bit quicker," he added.Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .
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IPL 2021 Auction | Chennai Super Kings – Dream, realistic, wildcard and suggested buys
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The dynasty has fallen and how! The invincible Super Kings went to the verge of demolition in the 2020 edition, a prized snapshot for millions of fans who despise CSK and its ridiculous dominance in the league. Can they roar back and quieten the detractors? The auction will lay the foundation.One thing that you always associate Chennai Super Kings with is MS Dhoni and his unfrazzled charisma to sail his team through troubled waters. He had done that time and again and when the franchise found themselves in a never-seen-before situation, with the absence of their talisman Suresh Raina, everyone’s hopes were pinned on him.However, T20 cricket is seldom won on reputation. The systematic imbalance in the side was way too radiant as Dhoni found himself in a cocoon of his outdated formula. CSK lost and lost and lost and it needed a Ruturaj Gaikwad special towards the fag end of the tournament to slide the wooden spoon tag.Does 2021 promise better? From the retention/release date, it seems like CSK will approach the auction with a bit of pragmatism and conservatism - a hallmark of the side - yet the fact that a lot of dreck is out of the place, we might see an interesting auction from the Men draped in Yellow. The Missing LinksShane Watson is gone, but Robin Uthappa has joined the cathedral. CSK are still sorted in terms of spinners but every single one of them turns the ball away from the right-hander. Given CSK have released Harbhajan Singh from the roster, the hammer is set to be tight in search of an offie. Further, can the side carry on without a power-hitter, especially because that was one area where they struggled big-time last year? Kedar Jadhav’s release allows the side to look for that one option who can be effective down the order or perhaps be a replacement for an injury-prone Dwayne Bravo.The Dream Signing(s) - Alex Hales/Shivam DubeEven though CSK got them covered with the trade deal of Robin Uthappa, there is no harm in going for an overseas opener who gives an attacking edge to the side. Especially with the absence of Shane Watson, it will be great if they can swoop in Alex Hales for their remaining one overseas spot. Hales not only provides a brilliant power-hitting option at the top, something MS Dhoni admitted was their Achilles Heel last year, but also allows the middle-order to retain their originality. Plus, the search for a power-hitter is never more prudent. CSK hoped Kedar Jadhav to do the job last year but he was strangely reticent in his approach and that might push the three-time champions to go for someone like Shivam Dube, a solid all-round option and doesn’t even take a crucial overseas spot. If the franchise can manage to buy any of the two, it will definitely be a dream addition.Shahrukh Khan, Naam to Suna hi Hoga! An absolute beast for Tamil Nadu in the last couple of years, Shahrukh Khan has really grown in stature as a finisher and that was in show in the recently-concluded Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. Batted only four times, but remained not out in three of them, and none of it with an SR less than 180. It says something about his astonishing ability - something the Men in Yellow could be benefitted from. If they wish for a like-for-like replacement to Bravo, whose propensity to injuries made him a volatile figure in the CSK side, then Chris Morris is also not a bad option either. Morris was decent for RCB last year and after the side released him into the market, you could really trust CSK going for the man who had played for them in the past. The Wildcards - Liam Livingstone/ Steve SmithAfter the kind of BBL Liam Livingstone, one of the most complete T20 cricketers currently, had, one would be hard-pressed to imagine him without a gig this year. He chose to stay away from the auction last time to focus his energy on the County Cricket for a possible English Test return which didn’t materialize but guess what, he can actually set the IPL stage on fire. Possibly, Stephen Fleming has already made a note of his BBL returns as well as his mixture of off-break and leg-break even though people least expect him to join CSK. Steve Smith is another option that the Chennai-based franchise might look forward to, as the Australian’s dynamic approach might be sustainable. What works further is that MS Dhoni understands Steve Smith really well thanks to his stint with Rising Pune Supergiant(s) and the duo shared a fantastic partnership as far as leadership is concerned, with Dhoni sharing his tips with Smith in every possible opportunity. Won’t be a bad option either, looking at the existing top-order. SportsCafe Suggests - Tom Curran/K GowthamSam Curran was great for CSK last year - so why don’t CSK add another Curran to the jungle? Well, jokes aside, Tom Curran brings in a complete all-round package just like his younger brother and can be suitable to their needs in dire situations. Curran might have conceded way too many runs for Rajasthan Royals last year but the fact that bowlers tend to do well under MS Dhoni’s guidance can be a propelling factor. And one shouldn’t forget the kind of impact he had on death in the T20 cricket over the years. On the other hand, remember Krishnappa Gowtham - one of the hardest hitters of the cricket ball in the country and more than a handy off-spinner. It is a mystery why the Royals decided to release him to the pool when he didn’t cost much, thus stay his addition to the CSK group can be an effective exercise. Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .
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IND vs ENG | Breaking Bhajju Pa’s wicket record at home is incredibly special, asserts Ravichandran Ashwin
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After breaking Harbhajan Singh's record of 265 home wickets, Ravichandran Ashwin has stated that people used to make fun of him that he used to bowl like him, and now breaking his record is incredibly special. Ashwin further asserted that picking a fifer in front of the Chennai crowd is special.India had a terrific day in the office, bunding England out for a lowly total of 134 runs to take a 195-run lead in the first innings. Ravichandran Ashwin was the wrecker in chief, picking another fifer to continue his love affair with Chepauk, where he has had a fifer in every Test he has played there barring one against England in 2016. In the process, he also got closer to 400 Test wickets and broke Harbhajan's record of 265 home Test wickets as well. On being asked about the same, Ashwin stated that he never thought of becoming an off-spinner in the first place and now reaching this position is incredibly special.“When I started watching Harbhajan Singh in the 2000s I was still wanting to be a batsman, never expected to be an off-spinner. I wasn’t even sure if I was going to play for the Indian team. A lot of my teammates used to make fun of me, I used to bowl like Bhajju pa. From thereon, to come and break his record, it is incredibly special and extremely sorry, Bhajju pa," Ashwin said in the post-match press conference.Ashwin was further delighted by the fact that crowds made their presence felt in the game and it allowed Ashwin to soak in the energy from the ground he grew up playing in.“It’s wonderful to have crowd back in the first place. The Indian cricketing fans are also waiting to come and watch live sports. On the other hand, it is always special for me to play in front of my home ground and picking up a fifer. I would always cherish and in front of the Chennai crowd, even more special.”With so much talk about the nature of the pitch and the right kind of approach to negate the impact of the spinners, Ashwin stated that it depends on individual to individual. Giving an example of Rohit Sharma, Cheteshwar Pujara and Joe Root, Ashwin stated that one needs to find scoring areas for themselves.“Look whatever works for you, Rohit has been sweeping really well, he has used his feet as well. Puji has used his feet really well. On the other hand, someone like Root likes sweeping. In the end, you just go with whatever works for you. Even for the quicks, you have to take the percentage shots. I think it’s about identifying the right kind of intent. Sometimes when you play on this kind of pitches, you are set for the game. You have to find scoring areas for yourself.”Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .
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IPL 2021 Auction: Complete List of 292 Players and their Base Price
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IPL 2021 Auction: Complete List of 292 Players and their Base Price Follow Us On Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has released the complete list of 292 players to go under auction for the fourteenth season of Indian Premier League (IPL 2021) on February 18 in Chennai. 292 players are shortlisted by the eight IPL franchise from the 1097 Players registered players. 292 players include 164 Indian players, 125 overseas players and 3 players from the associate nations. Download: IPL 20201 Auction Complete List of 292 players and their base price Complete List of 292 Players in IPL 2021 Auction and their Base Price Name Country Specialism BasePrice (INR) Jason Roy England Batsman 200 L Steve Smith Australia Batsman 200 L Shakib Al Hasan Bangladesh All Rounder 200 L Moeen Ali England All Rounder 200 L Kedar Jadhav India All Rounder 200 L Glenn Maxwell Australia All Rounder 200 L Sam Billings England Wicket Keeper 200 L Mark Wood England Bowler 200 L Harbhajan Singh India Bowler 200 L Â Liam Plunkett England Bowler 200 L Alex Hales England Batsman 150 L Dawid Malan England All Rounder 150 L Alex Carey Australia Wicket Keeper 150 L Nathan Coulter-Nile Australia Bowler 150 L Jhye Richardson Australia Bowler 150 L Mujeeb Ur Rahman Afghanistan Bowler 150 L Adil Rashid England Bowler 150 L Shaun Marsh Australia Batsman 150 L Tom Curran England All Rounder 150 L David Willey England All Rounder 150 L Lewis Gregory England All Rounder 150 L Morne Morkel South Africa Bowler 150 L Aaron Finch Australia Batsman 100 L Evin Lewis West Indies Batsman 100 L Hanuma Vihari India Batsman 100 L Sheldon Cottrell West Indies Bowler 100 L Mustafizur Rahman Bangladesh Bowler 100 L Umesh Yadav India Bowler 100 L Moises Henriques Australia All Rounder 100 L Marnus Labuschagne Australia All Rounder 100 L Jason Behrendorff Australia Bowler 100 L Billy Stanlake Australia Bowler 100 L Matthew Wade Australia Wicket Keeper 100 L Chris Morris South Africa All Rounder 75 L Corey Anderson New Zealand Batsman 75 L Darren Bravo West Indies Batsman 75 L Ben Cutting Australia All Rounder 75 L Kyle Jamieson New Zealand All Rounder 75 L Fabian Allen West Indies All Rounder 75 L Daniel Christian Australia All Rounder 75 L Liam Livingstone England All Rounder 75 L Tim Southee New Zealand Bowler 75 L Keemo Paul West Indies All Rounder 75 L Fidel Edwards West Indies Bowler 75 L Mohammad Mahmud Ullah Bangladesh All Rounder 75 L Sherfane Rutherford West Indies All Rounder 75 L Hilton Cartwright Australia All Rounder 75 L James Faulkner Australia All Rounder 75 L Karun Nair India Batsman 50 L Shivam Dube India All Rounder 50 L Kusal Perera Sri Lanka Wicket Keeper 50 L Glenn Phillips New Zealand Wicket Keeper 50 L Adam Milne New Zealand Bowler 50 L Qais Ahmad Afghanistan Bowler 50 L Piyush Chawla India Bowler 50 L Rahul Sharma India Bowler 50 L Ish Sodhi New Zealand Bowler 50 L Devon Conway New Zealand Batsman 50 L Martin Guptill New Zealand Batsman 50 L Rovman Powell West Indies Batsman 50 L Cheteshwar Pujara India Batsman 50 L Rassie Van Der Dussen South Africa Batsman 50 L Pawan Negi India All Rounder 50 L Gurkeerat Singh India All Rounder 50 L Varun Aaron India Bowler 50 L Mitchell McClenaghan New Zealand Bowler 50 L Naveen Ul Haq Afghanistan Bowler 50 L Mohit Sharma India Bowler 50 L Oshane Thomas West Indies Bowler 50 L Colin De Grandhomme New Zealand All Rounder 50 L Thisara Perera Sri Lanka All Rounder 50 L Mohammad Shaifuddin Bangladesh All Rounder 50 L Ben Duckett England Wicket Keeper 50 L Rahmanullah Gurbaz Afghanistan Wicket Keeper 50 L Ben McDermott Australia Wicket Keeper 50 L Sean Abbott Australia Bowler 50 L Matt Henry New Zealand Bowler 50 L Chemar Holder West Indies Bowler 50 L Alzarri Joseph West Indies Bowler 50 L Obed Mccoy West Indies Bowler 50 L Wanindu Hasaranga Sri Lanka All Rounder 50 L Karim Janat Afghanistan All Rounder 50 L Scott Kuggeleijn New Zealand All Rounder 50 L James Neesham New Zealand All Rounder 50 L Wayne Parnell South Africa All Rounder 50 L Dushmanta Chameera Sri Lanka Bowler 50 L Beuran Hendricks South Africa Bowler 50 L Abhimanyu Mithun India Bowler 50 L Reece Topley England Bowler 50 L Hardus Viljoen South Africa Bowler 50 L Neil Wagner New Zealand Bowler 50 L Carlos Brathwaite West Indies All Rounder 50 L Rishi Dhawan India All Rounder 50 L Andile Phehlukwayo South Africa All Rounder 50 L Dasun Shanaka Sri Lanka All Rounder 50 L Isuru Udana Sri Lanka All Rounder 50 L Jacob Duffy New Zealand Bowler 50 L Daryn Dupavillon South Africa Bowler 50 L Shannon Gabriel West Indies Bowler 50 L Joel Paris Australia Bowler 50 L Blair Tickner New Zealand Bowler 50 L Ravi Bopara England All Rounder 50 L George Linde South Africa All Rounder 50 L Kyle Mayers West Indies All Rounder 50 L Daryl Mitchell New Zealand All Rounder 50 L Colin Munro New Zealand All Rounder 50 L Dwaine Pretorius South Africa All Rounder 50 L Romario Shepherd West Indies All Rounder 50 L Stuart Binny India All Rounder 50 L Akeal Hosein West Indies All Rounder 50 L Parvez Rasool India All Rounder 50 L David Wiese South Africa All Rounder 50 L Jack Wildermuth Australia All Rounder 50 L Riley Meredith Australia Bowler 40 L Sandeep Lamichhane Nepal Bowler 40 L Ali Khan United States Bowler 40 L Brendan Doggett Australia Bowler 40 L Fazalhaq Farooqi Afghanistan Bowler 40 L Mark Steketee Australia Bowler 40 L Ankit Singh Rajpoot India Bowler 30 L Jalaj Saxena India All Rounder 30 L Ben Dwarshuis Australia Bowler 30 L Chris Green Australia All Rounder 30 L Sachin Baby India Batsman 20 L Rahul Gahlaut India Batsman 20 L C Hari Nishaanth India Batsman 20 L Rajat Patidar India Batsman 20 L Himanshu Rana India Batsman 20 L Himmat Singh India Batsman 20 L Vishnu Solanki India Batsman 20 L Ayush Badoni India All Rounder 20 L K Gowtham India All Rounder 20 L Venkatesh Iyer India All Rounder 20 L Shahrukh Khan India All Rounder 20 L Ripal Patel India All Rounder 20 L Atit Sheth India All Rounder 20 L Vivek Singh India All Rounder 20 L Mohammed Azharuddeen India Wicket Keeper 20 L Avi Barot India Wicket Keeper 20 L Kedar Devdhar India Wicket Keeper 20 L Sheldon Jackson India Wicket Keeper 20 L Vishnu Vinod India Wicket Keeper 20 L Tushar Deshpande India Bowler 20 L Lukman Hussain Meriwala India Bowler 20 L Chetan Sakariya India Bowler 20 L Kuldeep Sen India Bowler 20 L Mujtaba Yousuf India Bowler 20 L Tejas Baroka India Bowler 20 L K C Cariappa India Bowler 20 L M Siddharth India Bowler 20 L Karanveer Singh India Bowler 20 L Jagadeesha Suchith India Bowler 20 L Midhun Sudhesan India Bowler 20 L Finn Allen New Zealand Batsman 20 L Harpreet Bhatia India Batsman 20 L Shivam Chauhan India Batsman 20 L Naushad Shaikh India Batsman 20 L Pratham Singh India Batsman 20 L Apoorv Wankhade India Batsman 20 L Atharva Ankolekar India All Rounder 20 L Prayas Barman India All Rounder 20 L Rojith Ganesh India All Rounder 20 L Sumit Kumar India All Rounder 20 L Akshdeep Nath India All Rounder 20 L Pradeep Sangwan India All Rounder 20 L Karan Sharma India All Rounder 20 L Utkarsh Singh India All Rounder 20 L R. Sonu Yadav India All Rounder 20 L Dhruv Jurel India Wicket Keeper 20 L Arun Karthick India Wicket Keeper 20 L Nikhil Naik India Wicket Keeper 20 L Smit Patel India Wicket Keeper 20 L K. L Shrijith India Wicket Keeper 20 L Wesley Agar Australia Bowler 20 L Vaibhav Arora India Bowler 20 L Akash Deep India Bowler 20 L Kulwant Khejroliya India Bowler 20 L Arzan Nagwaswalla India Bowler 20 L G Periyasamy India Bowler 20 L Akash Singh India Bowler 20 L Prithviraj Yarra India Bowler 20 L Noor Ahmad Lakanwal Afghanistan Bowler 20 L Karthik Meiyappan United Arab Emirates Bowler 20 L Prince Balwant Rai India Bowler 20 L Pardeep Sahu India Bowler 20 L Sagar Udeshi India Bowler 20 L Kushaal Wadhwani India Bowler 20 L Akshay Wakhare India Bowler 20 L Rajesh Bishnoi India Batsman 20 L Abhimanyu Easwaran India Batsman 20 L Rohan Kadam India Batsman 20 L Amandeep Khare India Batsman 20 L Siddhesh Lad India Batsman 20 L Mohammed Taha India Batsman 20 L Tajinder Dhillon India All Rounder 20 L Pankaj Jaswal India All Rounder 20 L Khrievitso Kense India All Rounder 20 L Prerak Mankad India All Rounder 20 L Shams Mulani India All Rounder 20 L Ansh Patel India All Rounder 20 L Suyash Prabhudessai India All Rounder 20 L Parth Sahani India All Rounder 20 L Ankit Sharma India All Rounder 20 L Dhruv Shorey India All Rounder 20 L K. S Bharat India Wicket Keeper 20 L Josh Inglis Australia Wicket Keeper 20 L Aryan Juyal India Wicket Keeper 20 L Sadiq Kirmani India Wicket Keeper 20 L Rohit Sharma India Wicket Keeper 20 L Sandeep Kumar Tomar India Wicket Keeper 20 L Stephen Cheepurupalli India Bowler 20 L Aniket Choudhary India Bowler 20 L Mukesh Choudhary India Bowler 20 L Nathan Ellis Australia Bowler 20 L Sayan Ghosh India Bowler 20 L Ronit More India Bowler 20 L M Nidheesh India Bowler 20 L M. Harisankar Reddy India Bowler 20 L Simarjeet Singh India Bowler 20 L Kuldip Yadav India Bowler 20 L Zeeshan Ansari India Bowler 20 L Nayan Doshi England Bowler 20 L Jon Russ Jaggesar West Indies Bowler 20 L Kevin Koththigoda Sri Lanka Bowler 20 L Tanveer Sangha Australia Bowler 20 L Maheesh Theekshan Sri Lanka Bowler 20 L Vijayakanth Viyaskanth Sri Lanka Bowler 20 L Max Bryant Australia Batsman 20 L Arman Jaffer India Batsman 20 L Saahil Jain India Batsman 20 L Subhranshu Senapati India Batsman 20 L Ravi Thakur India Batsman 20 L Jake Weatherald Australia Batsman 20 L Shubham Agrawal India All Rounder 20 L Rajjakuddin Ahmed India All Rounder 20 L Baba Aparajith India All Rounder 20 L George Garton England All Rounder 20 L Kartik Kakade India All Rounder 20 L Shoaib Khan India All Rounder 20 L Dhruv Patel India All Rounder 20 L Latest Kumar Patel India All Rounder 20 L Arjun Tendulkar India All Rounder 20 L Varun Choudhary India Bowler 20 L Prathamesh Dake India Bowler 20 L Baltej Dhanda India Bowler 20 L Saurabh Dubey India Bowler 20 L Matt Kelly Australia Bowler 20 L Chama Milind India Bowler 20 L Jayden Seales West Indies Bowler 20 L Tanveer Ul Haq India Bowler 20 L Subodh Bhati India All Rounder 20 L Jay Bista India All Rounder 20 L Aamir Gani India All Rounder 20 L Karanveer Kaushal India All Rounder 20 L Anustup Majumdar India All Rounder 20 L Dikshanshu Negi India All Rounder 20 L Kshitiz Sharma India All Rounder 20 L Shubham Singh India All Rounder 20 L Shashank Singh India All Rounder 20 L Milind Tandon India All Rounder 20 L Sandeep Bavanaka India All Rounder 20 L Chaitanya Bishnoi India All Rounder 20 L Arun Chaprana India All Rounder 20 L Yudhvir Charak India All Rounder 20 L Ajay Dev Goud India All Rounder 20 L Umran Malik India All Rounder 20 L Ravi Teja Telukupalli India All Rounder 20 L Tanay Thyagarajan India All Rounder 20 L N. Tilak Varma India All Rounder 20 L K. Bhagath Varma India All Rounder 20 L Arshdeep Brar India All Rounder 20 L Digvijay Deshmukh India All Rounder 20 L Aakarshit Gomel India All Rounder 20 L Arjit Gupta India All Rounder 20 L Shubhang Hegde India All Rounder 20 L Anirudha Joshi India All Rounder 20 L Azim Kazi India All Rounder 20 L Rahul Singh India All Rounder 20 L Ajay T India All Rounder 20 L Harsh Tyagi India All Rounder 20 L Nachiket Bhute India All Rounder 20 L Josh Clarkson New Zealand All Rounder 20 L Gerald Coetzee South Africa All Rounder 20 L Tim David Australia All Rounder 20 L Deeparaj Gaonkar India All Rounder 20 L Aaron Hardie Australia All Rounder 20 L Marco Jansen South Africa All Rounder 20 L Nathan McAndrew Australia All Rounder 20 L M Mohammed India All Rounder 20 L Govinda Poddar India All Rounder 20 L Pratyush Singh India All Rounder 20 L Jacques Snyman South Africa All Rounder 20 L BCCICricketCricket NewsIndian Premier LeagueIndian Premier League 2021IPLIPL 2021IPL 2021 AuctionIPL 2021 NewsIPL AuctionIPL Auction 2021IPL NewsNews You May Also Like
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