latest cricket news and updates
latest cricket articles: The Indian Premier League is just around the corner, and with cricket fans getting excited about the tournament, we have news for you! So, without further ado, let’s get started with what’s going on in the world of cricket.
IPL 2020: CSK’s Ruturaj Gaikwad Looked Ready To Play Against KKR, Says Stephen Fleming
““Stephen Fleming, the CSK head coach, said Ruturaj Gaikwad looked ready to play against KKR.
““Ruturaj Gaikwad was out of the squad after suffering a back injury during the pre-season training camp in December but he returned to practice on Tuesday and looked good.”He was hitting the ball well, he was playing with a lot of confidence,” Fleming said.”He’s been playing with a lot of freedom and I thought it was time for him to get back into our set up as a player,” he added.
Ravindra Jadeja Injured But Likely To Be Fit For IPL 2020
One More latest cricket news and updates Ravindra Jadeja, who was ruled out of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 with a groin injury, has been advised a six-week rest and recovery period by doctors.
Jadeja is likely to be fit for the Indian team’s tour of the West Indies in June. He has been replaced by Sam Curran in Mumbai Indians’ squad for IPL 2020.
“Ravindra Jadeja sustained an injury during training camp today while practising at the Wankhede Stadium,” an official statement from Mumbai Indians read. “He underwent scans which revealed a Grade 1 groin strain and has been advised rest and rehabilitation for 6 weeks.”
T20 World Cup 2020 Postponement A Blessing In Disguise For Players – Sourav Ganguly
Another latest cricket news today about Sourav Ganguly
sourav ganguly is a great cricketer. He led India to many victories in ODIs and T20s. Now he is a commentator and gives his insights on cricket matches. Sourav Ganguly admits that the postponement of T20 World Cup 2020 has been a blessing in disguise for players as they would have got injured playing ahead of their own domestic seasons, which could have further hampered their preparations for India’s tour of West Indies next month.
‘Virat Kohli Is A Perfectionist, But He Has His Limits’: Sourav Ganguly On Indian Captain
Virat Kohli is a perfectionist, but he has his limits. Indian cricket legend Sourav Ganguly says the current skipper of the national side is a good captain and leader and also a good person, who understands how to treat his team-mates.
“Yes, Virat is a perfectionist. But he also knows that there are things that can be compromised,” Ganguly told Mail Today in an exclusive chat on the sidelines of World Cup 2020 here.
“He has been an outstanding cricketer for India and an important part of our World Cup winning campaign (in 2011). He also had a terrific home series against Australia recently,” added Ganguly, who led India to their second successive ICC Cricket World Cup win in 2011 under Kohli’s captaincy.”He is currently doing well as captain and I am sure he will continue it till 2021 – when we host next edition in India.”Ganguly feels that Kohli needs to carry on with his current form if they want any chance of lifting the trophy next year.”If you look at our record in World Cups since 1996 where we have reached finals three times (1999, 2003 & 2011), we have lost twice (1999 & 2007) while remaining once (2011),” said Ganguly.”So it definitely shows how crucial these two years are going to be for us at home where we will try everything possible for our young players get enough exposure before going abroad,” added Ganguly who captained India from 2000-2005 winning Test series against Pakistan & Sri Lanka along with test series win over South Africa at home during this period
Sourav Ganguly ‘Happy’ With MS Dhoni’s Form Amid Retirement Speculations
Sourav Ganguly, former India captain and a member of the selection committee, said he is happy with MS Dhoni’s form in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL).
Speaking at a promotional event on Wednesday, Ganguly said Dhoni was not thinking about retirement. “I am happy with MS’ form. He is scoring runs for us,” he said.
“We are not worried about it (Dhoni’s retirement). We have to give our best shot to make sure that we win every match.”
Ganguly said the selectors had to be pragmatic when picking players for their World Cup squad and added that there were no soft spots for batsmen or fast bowlers as long as they performed well in domestic cricket or IPL.
‘Wish You’d Got Batting Tips,’ Says Ajinkya Rahane To Virat Kohli After Cheeky Insta Banter
Here latest cricket update says Ajinkya Rahane and Virat Kohli’s banter on Instagram has been the talk of the town. The two cricketers have been sharing a light-hearted exchange on social media, with Kohli often responding to Rahane’s jokes with cheeky comments.
After Kohli was banned from Instagram for posting a video on his birthday, Ajinkya Rahane replied by saying, “Wish You’d Got Batting Tips,” in an apparent reference to Kohli’s poor form in England last year.
Virat responded by writing: “I will never get batting tips from anyone else but you.”
Ajinkya replied back saying he is happy to help him improve his game and thanked him for being so nice about it!
latest cricket news and updates
- IPL 2020: CSK’s Ruturaj Gaikwad Looked Ready To Play Against KKR
- IPL 2020: Ravindra Jadeja Injured But Likely To Be Fit For IPL 2020
Cricket is one of the most popular sports in the world. It has a very long history and has been played since the 17th century. The game is played between two teams of 11 players with a white ball and red stumps. Cricket is considered to be an amateur sport, but there are some professional cricketers who earn huge amounts of money by playing this game.