Friday, 9 January 2015

Michael Clarke, Mitchell Johnson in Shane Warne's all-time XI

Skipper Michael Clarke and pace spearhead Mitchell Johnson were the only representatives from the current Australian cricket squad to find a place in the country's all-time XI named by spin legend Shane Warne on Friday.

New Zealand bowling coach Shane Bond to quit after World Cup

Wellington: New Zealand bowling coach Shane Bond will quit after the World Cup Feb 14-March 29. New Zealand Cricket’s head of cricket Lindsay Crocker said Bond did not accept the contract extension that was offered to him.

Win World Cup Again, Virender Sehwag Tells MS Dhoni

Gurgaon: With the ICC Cricket World Cup just a little over a month away, out-of-favour batsman Virender Sehwag on Friday wished the Indian team and hoped that the Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led side would be able to defend its title in Australia and New Zealand.(Sehwag Not in 30 Probables for World Cup)

India's World Cup bowling attack a worry: Azharuddin

Chandigarh: Former captain Mohammad Azharuddin today said that even though India's 15-man squad for the upcoming World Cup looks balanced, the bowling attack does seem to pose a worry for the MS Dhoni-led team.

Javed Miandad criticises selectors for not backing Shoaib Malik

Former Pakistan Test skipper Javed Mianded has criticised national cricket selectors for not including veteran all-rounder Shoaib Malik in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 squad, saying that the present squad lacks experience.

Warne excludes Bevan from all-time Aussie ODI XI

Legendary leg-spinner Shane Warne Friday opted to exclude one of the sport's best finishers Michael Bevan from his all-time Australian One-Day International (ODI) eleven.