‘Follow Rules Or Don’t Come’: Queensland Govt To Indian Team

With reports emerging about Team India’s reluctance to play the fourth and final Test of the ongoing series against Australia in Brisbane due to harsher bio-security protocols, members of the Queensland government have stated that the visiting team should not enter the state if they are unwilling to coordinate with the protocols that have been

Ganguly Hospitalised After Chest Pain

Sourav Ganguly, the president of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), was admitted to hospital in Kolkata on Saturday after he suffered a blackout at his home and complained of chest pain. The 48-year-old former India captain complained of dizziness and then suffered the blackout just after he had returned from gym. He

One Of The Biggest Comebacks In Test History: Ravi Shastri

“To be rolled over for 36 and three days later to get up and be ready to punch back was outstanding. I think the boys showed real character,” Shastri said while speaking to the media after the end of the second Test match that ended in the second session on the fourth day…reports Asian Lite

Sports Ministry Allows Events To Host 50% Spectators

A maximum of 50 per cent of the total capacity of a stadium can now be filled with spectators during outdoor sports events, the Sports ministry on Sunday said in its Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for resumption of sports competitions in the country. The ministry said that the spectator management will be done in accordance

With Victory In Sight, Indians move Steadily

India got a foot in the door of the second Test after they reduced Australia to 133 for six wickets in their second innings at the end of third day’s play in the second Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Monday. The Aussies are ahead of India by just two runs and have four

Ashwin Is A World Class Performer: Smith

Australia batsman Steve Smith on Tuesday said he did not play Ravichandran Ashwin well in the first Test at the Adelaide Oval and is looking forward to counter the India off-spinner in the Boxing Day fixture at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Ashwin got Smith caught at slip for just one in the first innings with

‘You Can’t Concretely Plan Everything For A Test Match’

“Actually it is the other way around when you compare it [pink ball test] with the normal Test match something we have to analyse and monitor as we go into the Test match and as we encounter the situation changing and unfolding,” said Kohli…reports Asian Lite India skipper Virat Kohli has said that the pink-ball

IPL filled right spirit into former ‘clash of cultures’: Allan Border

Former Australia skipper Allan Border and current Australia coach Justin Langer have acknowledged the contribution of the Indian Premier League in breaking the ice between the Indian and Australian players and ensuring the game is played in the right spirit. The two teams will take on each other in the four-Test series beginning Thursday at

Drawn Warm Up Game Boosts Team India’s Confidence

Ben McDermott and Jack Wildermuth scored brilliant unbeaten hundreds but it was India who dominated the second warm-up game against Australia A which ended in a draw on Sunday at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG). Chasing 473, Australia A reached 307/4 in the final session of the day when both teams decided to shake hands