India's ICC Ranking In Danger Due To India V/S Australia
The upcoming IND vs AUS 3rd ODI match in Chennai is not just a decider for the series winner, but also a crucial match that could determine the top spot in the ODI rankings. India is currently the World's No.1 side in ODI cricket with 114 rating points, while Australia is a close second with 114 points following their recent 10-wicket win at Vizag.
Tags: ICC Ranking, India V/S Australia, Cricket, Indian sports
Australian PM And Modi Bond Over India V/S Australia Cricket Match
Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese began his four-day visit to India, and played Holi in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, on March 8. PM Modi and his counterpart started the tour and is scheduled to witness the Indian V/S Australia match, at Ahmedabad stadium, on March 9. "Cricket, a common passion in India and Australia! Glad to be in Ahmedabad with my good friend, PM Anthony," tweeted Modi.
Tags: Cricket, PM Narendra Modi, Indian Politics, India V/S Australia, australian pm anthony albanese
Ishan Kishan Likely To Make His Cricket Debut
With the India V/S Australia, Gavaskar Trophy match, Ishan Kishan is all set to make his debut in Cricket. Ishan Kishan is likely to finally make his debut at the final Test at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The development came at a time, when Indian squad, under the captainship of Rohit Sharma, is gearing up for the 4th test match, against Australia.
Tags: Indian Squad, India V/S Australia, Ishan Kishan, Rohit Sharma, Ahmedabad Stadium
Courtesy: Cricket Country
Sourav Ganguly Opinion Over KL Rahul's Removal As VC
Former BCCI President and Indian Cricket Captain Sourav Ganguly commented on the removal of KL Rahul as Vice Captain, after his poor performance in India V/S Australia. On February 27, he said, "There's so much focus and attention with lot of pressure on players. The team management thinks he is an important player for the team. At the end of the day, what coach and captain thinks is important,"
Tags: Sourav Ganguly, KL Rahul, Indian Cricket, India V/S Australia, BCCI
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
Chetan Sharma Resigns As Chairman Of Selectors India Men's Senior Team
Chetan Sharma, the chairman of Selectors for India Men's Senior team, submitted his resignation from the post. Ashish Shelar, the treasurer of the BCCI, confirmed the same and accepted his resignation, leaving only Salil Ankola, SS Das, Subroto Banerjee and Sridharan Sharot as members of the selectors. With the sudden resignation of Sharma, the BCCI needs to hire someone new urgently as Indian squad for India-V/S-Australia needs to be… read-more
Tags: chetan sharma, BCCI, Indian Cricket, India V/S Australia, Resignation