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Fully understand why Indian cricketers panicked, says Stuart Broad

England pace bowling stalwart Stuart Broad has said that he fully understood Indian cricketers panicking about the Covid-19 situation in their camp ahead of the fifth Test at Manchester, which was ...

England's Stuart Broad celebrates the wicket of West Indies' Roston Chase, as play resumes behind closed doors following the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester, Britain on 25 July, 2020.

India coach Shastri confirms exit after T20I World Cup

India head coach Ravi Shastri said he will not seek an extension of his contract after his tenure ends at the conclusion of the Twenty20I World Cup in the United Arab Emirates and Oman

India`s cricket selector Sarandeep Singh (L), coach Ravi Shastri (C) and captain Virat Kohli discuss during a training session ahead of the first test match between India and Bangladesh at Holkar Cricket Stadium in Indore

International exodus casts shadow as virus-hit IPL set to resume

The tournament was halted in May because of a devastating surge in coronavirus deaths in India, prompting foreign players to rush for every available flight out

In this file photo taken on 25 April 2019, Kolkata Knight Riders's fans cheer for their team during the 2019 Indian Premier League (IPL) Twenty 20 cricket match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Rajasthan Royals at the Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium, in Kolkata

England could field under-strength squad for Ashes: Report

Following the talks between the team and officials of the ECB, the possibility of England fielding an under-strength squad in the upcoming Ashes has grown significantly

A file photo taken on November 5, 2017, shows England`s James Anderson (2/R) celebrating a wicket during their two-day tour match against a Western Australian XI at the WACA in Perth. Veteran pace spearhead James Anderson said November 6, 2017, he was open to replacing suspended Ben Stokes as England vice-captain for the coming Ashes Test series

Don't boycott men's cricket, former Afghan women's chief pleads

International cricketers should support Afghanistan's men's team, not punish them by boycotting matches if the Taliban bars women from playing, the former director of the women's side said

In this file photo taken on 21 August, 2021 Afghanistan's national cricket team players attend a training session at the Kabul International Cricket Ground in Kabul, ahead of their one-day series against Pakistan, scheduled to take place in Sri Lanka in two weeks

Pakistan to tour Bangladesh for two Tests, three T20Is

Pakistan have an immaculate record in Tests against Bangladesh with 10 wins from 11 matches

Pakistan to tour Bangladesh for two Tests, three T20Is in November

I would have loved to have been part of IPL but something has to give: Woakes

All-rounder Chris Woakes admits he felt he had to pull out of the second leg of the Indian Premier League if he wanted to take part in England's hectic schedule this winter, including the T20I World ...

England`s Chris Woakes

Virat Kohli will remain captain of all formats: BCCI

BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal on Monday rubbished reports suggesting that Team India captain Virat Kohli is likely to step down as skipper of the limited-overs format after the ICC T20I World Cup

India's captain Virat Kohli reacts at the end of the innings on the fourth day of the first cricket Test match of the India Tour of England 2021 between England and India at the Trent Bridge cricket ground in Nottingham, central England, on 7 August, 2021

India players refused to play fifth Test against England: Ganguly

India's cricket board chief Sourav Ganguly said their players refused to play the fifth and final Test against England due to Covid-19 concerns and denied that the upcoming Indian Premier League had ...

A message is seen displayed on a big screen after the match was cancelled due to members of the India staff contracting Covid-19

Afghan cricket board signals women could still play

Azizullah Fazli said the governing body would outline how this would happen “very soon”

Afghan cricket board signals women could still play
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