India's Jhulan Goswami To Retire From International Cricket After England Series
Jhulan Goswami, an Indian pacer, will retire from international cricket after the third and final One-Day International (ODI) against England on September 24 at Lord's Cricket Ground. Jhulan was picked to the ODI team for the forthcoming series against England on August 19. Jhulan will finish her career as the highest wicket-taker in women's cricket across all forms.… read-more
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India-West Indies Series To Commence On July 21, Key Players Rest
West Indies and India would soon begin a three-match One-Day International (ODI) series at Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad, from July 22. The match will see a miss of key players according to new resting policy of BCCI. After the recent England series victory, key players like Rohit Sharma, key batsman Virat Kohli, wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant, all-rounder Hardik Pandya and Jasprit Bumrah are on rest-mode, paving way for new talent.
Tags: Indian Cricket, Key Players, BCCI, India-West Indies, England Series
Courtesy: News 18
Jasprit Bumrah Shines, Creates India Wicket Record In Series With 3-35
India's stand-in skipper, who is also leading the India-England series Jasprit Bumrah, was the highlight of the 5th Test match, day-2. On July 3, Bumrah became hero of the rain-marred day and took 3-35 to break the bat of English batting. With the stunning performance. England, at the end of Day, were struggling at 83-5, and Team-India at 416 runs, in the match. England won toss and decided to bowl.
Tags: Jasprit Bumrah, England Series, Indian Wickets Record, TEAM INDIA, Standin Captain
Courtesy: Business Standard
Indian Skipper Ravichandran Ashwin Tests Covid-19, Misses Flight To England
Indian skipper Ravichandran Ashwin missed his flight for the England Test series after he tested positive for Covid-19. On June 21, the off-spinner will join the Indian squad, after completing all the required protocols. Furthermore, as of now, Ashwin is in Mumbai and is under quarantine. Meanwhile, the team which is currently in Leicester started training for the match, set to begin on June 24.
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Rohit Sharma Will Leave For England On June 20, Absolutely Fit & Fine
In the view of the upcoming Edgbaston series match, a set of Indian criketers, along with Virat Kohli left for England on June 16. However, the absence of Team Captain Rohit Sharma sparked speculations of him leaving the series, especially after his injuries. Dismissing the same, sources confirmed that Sharma is fit and will leave for England on June 20, after completing the ongoing T20I series against South-Africa.
Tags: England Series, Rohit Sharma, South Africa Series, Team Captain, Cricket Team
Courtesy: The Free Press Journal