A glance at the latest global Cricket news
Cricket, the game, the fans, the excitement, there is so much action it is hard to keep on top of things. It has been busy lately in the world of cricket and we’re here to help you stay focused on what’s happening. Here is a quick look into the latest cricket news from around the globe.
Royals vs Riders
There is some near head to head action coming up for two teams looking for the win. Rajasthan Royals are touching down in Kolkata for a match against the local team, Kolkata Knight Riders. The royals have three recent wins that have them moving up the ranks, now in fifth place, just behind their upcoming competition the Knight Riders. A win here will boost them up into a desired fourth spot. Two very competitive teams, anything could happen here. To get in on the action you can place your betolimp online wetten anytime.
Breaking the rules related to minimum over-rate offenses would see a fine handed out. According to the IPL’s Code of Conduct, as it relates to minimum over-rate offences, they were not obeying the rules. Mr. Rahane was then fined INR 12 lakh, according to a notable press release. The fine was relevant as it was his teams first offence of the season. Not the only ones, just a month ago, Virat Kohli, who is the captain of the Royal Challenges from Bangalore was hit with the same fine. He did not bowl his team’s overs in the stipulated time.
Australia’s Mark Waugh Is Done
Since stepping onboard in 2014, this former batsman has become the T20 Chairman on the selectors’ panel. His contract is up this August and with a growing position as a television commentator it seems it will be one role or the other. It looks like Mr. Waugh will take his final tour with the Auzzie sector on an upcoming tour to England and Zimbabwe. He’ll be working with Fox and Star Sports.
Amir’s Injuries Are Becoming Too Much
The left-arm pacer Mohammad Amir seems to be back off the field as his on-going knee problem keeps getting the best of him. With a heavy workload stretching across three formats of the game, some think its no wonder he is having such difficulties. During day three of the one-off test versus Ireland he ended up being forced off the field as a result of bowling three overs with a new ball. He was later back in action on the 21st over, but then again back off the field as the pain in his left knee became to much.
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John Turner aiming to push T20 World Cup hopes on England’s tour of Caribbean
The 22-year-old fast bowler could make his international debut as part of a new-look ODI side in Antigua on Sunday.
ECB boss admits challenges remain for cricket after positive impact report
The ECB’s Impact of Cricket Report published on Tuesday, shows playing the sport helps people support their mental wellbeing.
Indian Premier League
Archer, Brook and Rashid join list of England players who will not play in IPL
Archer has been released by Mumbai Indians, while Brook and Rashid have been released by Sunrisers Hyderabad.
Joe Root joins England captain Ben Stokes in skipping next Indian Premier League
Root played three times for Rajasthan Royals in the 2023 IPL.
ICC transgender ban ‘a blunt instrument’ which sends ‘very negative message’
Trans players who have been through male puberty will not be able to play international women’s cricket.
PCA calls for action over ‘unsustainable’ men’s domestic cricket schedule
The majority of the Vitality Blast group-stage fixtures will take place across Thursday to Sunday slots.
Indian Premier League
Ben Stokes pulls out of 2024 Indian Premier League
Ben Stokes only played twice at the 2023 edition after he struggled with his fitness.
ECB releases county cricket schedule for packed 2024 summer
The ECB has looked to try to limit the impact of another packed fixture list for counties across all competitions.
Transgender athletes banned from playing international women’s cricket by ICC
Earlier this year, Canada’s Danielle McGahey become the first transgender cricketer to take part in an official international match.