Welcome to Cricket Today where we examine what is going on in the world of Cricket365 and social media.
What’s on the site
India inched ahead of the Proteas at the Wanderers in an enthralling battle on what has been described as a demonic pitch.
Akash Fotedar has a look at the questions Australia need to answer ahead of the 2019 World Cup.
We look at five talking points from the Wanderers in our Freedom Series quintet.
Pakistan skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed was thrilled with his bowlers after they finally earned a win on their tour of New Zealand.
What’s in the news
Pakistan beat New Zealand by 48 runs to level to the T20I series at 1-1 with one match to play.
Sri Lanka blasted past hosts Bangladesh by ten wickets to book a date with them in the tri-series final with Zimbabwe missing out.
Afghanistan earned a place in the Under-19 World Cup Semi-finals by beating New Zealand.
We wrap up all the MODC action.
Khaya Zondo was named in South Africa’s ODI squad for the first three matches of the series against India.
What’s on social media
Dolphins skipper Zondo reacted to the news that he had made the Proteas ODI squad.
Everyone on cricket twitter enjoyed Kagiso Rabada’s little gem of an innings as nightwatchman.
— Lungani Zama (@whamzam17) January 25, 2018
Rashid Khan has lit up the Big Bash and the Afghan spin wizard was at it again in the Scorchers final game at the WACA but couldn’t quite spoil the party.
— KFC Big Bash League (@BBL) January 25, 2018
What’s on TV
Thursday 25 January
ICC Under 19 Cricket World Cup 2018
India Under 19s v Bangladesh Under 19s
Sky Sports Cricket (21:25), Sky Sports Main Event (23:55)
Friday 26 January
Australia v England ODI series
Australia v England 5th ODI
BT Sports HD 1 (03:00)
South Africa v India Test Series 2018
South Africa 08:00 India
Sky Sports Cricket – Red Button (07:55), Sky Sports Cricket (09:15), Sky Sports Main Event (09:15)
Our daily look at how sportspeople are keeping themselves busy during the coronavirus outbreak.
Bairstow and Mike Cowan were named vice-presidents.
Four of the fixtures were due to be played in England.
A look back at the stunning 2005 Test series between England and Australia.
The rugby union season has been cancelled in Scotland and Wales, and also in England with the exception of the Gallagher Premiership.
The world’s a shitshow, so what better way to cheer ourselves up?
The ECB still hoping to get some cricket played somehow.
James Anderson will play forever.
SBR is constantly updating the situation with regards to world Cricket and all the competition statuses with regards to the repercussions
Pads and gloves are awkward and cumbersome. What if we junked them?