IPL 2019: Injury rules out Bravo for two weeks, big loss for CSK

“I can confirm it’s a grade-1 hamstring strain and he is going to be out for two weeks. It is a big loss. Obviously, (he) offers so much balance to the team and his quality as a player… So, it is going to cause a little bit of rejigging of the team, but I am sure we will still be able to put together a very strong team,” CSK coach Hussey said. Continue Reading

IPL 2019: Fleming all praise for Pandya’s all-round performance

Pandya hit three sixes and one four in his unbeaten blitzkrieg and later picked up three wickets for 20 runs, including that of rival team skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, to help Mumbai Indians halt Chennai Super Kings at 133 for 8 and hand them their first defeat of the season. Continue Reading

IPL 2019: Kohli desperate for win against Kolkata Knight Riders

Kohli and his boys started the campaign in this edition of IPL with a miserable defeat against Chennai Super Kings in Chennai. They lost their matches against Sunrisers Hyderabad, Mumbai Indians and Rajasthan Royals. Continue Reading

IPL match: We needed more runs on board, says Kohli

The win-less streak continues for Royal Challengers Bangalore but skipper Virat Kohli took solace from the fact that they dragged the game against Rajasthan Royals deep and also hinted that they will make changes in the side to get right combination for upcoming games. Continue Reading

IPL: Ashwin takes blame for no-ball incident in KKR match

“Thanks to that guy who was outside the ring. It’s the new guy, forgot his name. Thank you. When I get bowled, I thought I had missed out but I saw the guys in dug out signalling no-ball and I was like, please God, let it be a no-ball. I did not let it go and capitalised on it,” Continue Reading

To play or not to play

There are even a few sportspersons who want India to sever ties with countries from which terrorism emanates, in particular Pakistan. BCCI CEO Rahul Johri has already written to the International Cricket Council (ICC) in this regard. Continue Reading

All-rounder Stoinis better than Hardik, says ex-Australian opener Hayden

Former Australian opener Matthew Hayden rates his countryman Marcus Stoinis above India’s promising all-rounder Hardik Pandya. Hayden, who turned out for his country in 103 Test matches, also feels that his compatriot and fast bowler Pat Cummins was likely to trouble India opener Shikhar Dhawan in the coming ODI and T20 between the two countries. Continue Reading