Cricketers from Australia and England participating in the Indian Premier League (IPL) have requested the BCCI (Indian Cricket Board) to reduce the six-day break to three days after their arrival in the UAE so that they can take part in the tournament. Be available for selection from scratch. In the limited-overs series between Australia and England, there are 21 players from both countries who will arrive in the United Arab Emirates from Manchester on a chartered flight on 17 September. Under the current segregation rules, they will be available for selection from September 23, and the tournament will start on September 19.
IPL 2020: Australian and England cricketers appeal to reduce separation time
Australian cricket coach Justin Langer regrets that there was not much discussion in the team to protest on his knees before the England tour under the ‘Black Lives Matter’ campaign. The England and West Indies cricketers did it before every match of the three-Test series in July, but it was not seen during the Australian team’s tour.
Langer regrets not being part of Australian team in ‘Black Lives Matter’ campaign
Virat Kohli 2011-19-1. Led the team to the Australian Test series in and won the Test series. His winning percentage has steadily increased since then, but he has not won a title in the Indian Premier League (IPL) against Royal Challengers Bangalore. RCB bowlers will enjoy the slow pace of the tournament starting September 19 in the UAE. The RCB has also added some good players to the squad, but former cricketer Gautam Gambhir believes the team is still out of balance.
IPL 2020: ‘Virat Kohli should have been more involved if RCB was not already balanced’
The Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) is set to start from September 19 in the UAE. The final match of this tournament will be held on 10 November. The opening match of the league will be between defending champions Mumbai Indians (MI) and Chennai Super Kings (CSK). In IPL 2019, Chennai Super Kings had to face Mumbai Indians in the final with just one run. Mumbai Indians defeated CSK to win the IPL title for the fourth time. The Yellow Brigade will seek revenge this year. However, former Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir believes that this time the Mumbai Indians will have a hand.
IPL 2020: Why Mumbai Indians will lag behind Chennai Super Kings
Great top order, great spin attack and attacking captains like David Warner. Sunrisers Hyderabad, the most balanced team in the Indian Premier League, will once again be among the top four in the play-offs. Having no high profile team like Mumbai Indians or Chennai Super Kings, the Sunrisers are no less than anyone, as they have great coaching staff. It features legendary former players like Trevor Bayliss (KKR’s IPL-winning former coach), VVS Laxman and Muttiah Muralitharan. All three were on the list of successful IPL teams and they also have heights. The Sunrisers have a charismatic captain, David Warner, who returns as captain this season with the chance to win the match himself. The Sunrisers led by Warner won the title four years ago and won the ‘Orange Cap’ three times.
IPL 2020: Sunrisers Hyderabad are among the most balanced teams led by David Warner
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has said that the vacancies reserved for state service players will be filled through promotion. During a meeting with a delegation of Yogi players and coaches on Monday, Yogi said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was promoting sports opportunities and activities under the ‘Khelo Bharat’ Games. Similarly, his government is providing all possible facilities to encourage sports and athletes in the state. Apart from Sunil Rana, Anuj Chowdhury, Arjun Award, players Binod Pahlawan, Dr. Satendra Kumar Malik, Sunil Kumar, Yogendra Malik, Dr. Yogesh Kumar, Sports Instructor Gajendra Kumar, Sandeep Kumar, Shiv Kumar, Amit Kumar, Yudhisthira and Sanjeev Sarwat were also included.
Yogi Adityanath says vacancies for players in government jobs in UP will be filled soon
Former cricketer and current star commentator of Team India Akash Chopra has said that who can be the captain of Team India after Virat Kohli. Akash believes the player will be KL Rahul, but added that it remains to be seen how he will lead Kings XI Punjab in the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The 13th edition of the IPL will start on September 19 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). This time Rahul will lead the Kings XI Punjab team.
Akash Chopra said- who can be the next captain of Team India after Virat
The 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) will be played in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from September 19. Defending champions Mumbai Indians star cricketer Suryakumar Yadav celebrated his 30th birthday on September 14. Former cricketers Robin Singh and Suryakumar Yadav, who are coached by the Mumbai Indians, celebrated their birthdays on September 14 and celebrated their birthdays together at a hotel. This time Captain Rohit Sharma had a very special talk with Suryakumar Yadav wishing him a happy birthday. Rohit said that getting a place in Team India is not far from him.
IPL 2020: Rohit Sharma – Mumbai Indians star batsman for ‘You are not far from making a place in Team India’
Former Britain number one Andy Murray has received a wild card at the French Open. Murray is the only non-French player out of eight to receive a wild card starting 13 days after the Grand Slam. Due to the injury, his ranking dropped to 129. He also received a wild card at the US Open, but lost in the second round. In 2016, he reached the final of the French Open. In the women’s category, Eugenie Bouchard of Canada and Svetana Pirankova of Bulgaria received wild cards.
Tennis: Andy Murray has received a wild card at the French Open
The final and final ODI of the three-match series between England and Australia will be played on 16 September. Australian star batsman Steve Smith is expected to return to the decision. Smith had a ball in his head during practice before the first match of the series, after which he had to undergo a reckless test. He could not play in the first ODI and it was believed that he would play in the second ODI, but he also could not play in that match. Smith is now back in net practice and on Tuesday, team coach Justin Langer said he would play the scheduled match of the series.
ENGvAUS: Smith returns to net practice, almost certain to play in third ODI