Steve Smith has spoken out for the first time since he was axed as Australia captain for cheating.
The 67,000 capacity Eden Gardens emerged as the frontrunner to replace Pune's MCA stadium as host for Eliminator and Qualifier 2 (BCCI Photo) HIGHLIGHTSPune was scheduled to host Eliminator and Qualifier 2 but the venue became CSK's adopted homeEden Gardens emerged as the frontrunner and was adequately compensated by the IPL GCMumbai's Wankhede Stadium will play host to the Qualifier 1 and the Final The historic Eden Gardens stadium will host two play-off matches that were originally scheduled in Pune, Indian Premier League governing council confirmed on Friday.
Suspended Australian cricket captain Steve Smith has broken his month-long silence on social media, thanking his family for their support and pledging to earn back the trust of the Australian public.
Khalid Mahmood, a senior Pakistani umpire, is facing disciplinary action after he skipped a match during the ongoing Pakistan Cup and took a cricket team to Malaysia.
Former Australia captain Steve Smith has broken his silence and says he is ready to earn back the trust of the public after being given a one-year ban.
India captain Virat Kohli yesterday officially inked his deal with top English county side Surrey in his bid to prepare for the tour of England, starting in July.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Australia may still be dealing with the aftermath of the ball-tampering scandal but World Cup-winning coach Gary Kirsten has no doubts they will bounce back and be challenging for one-day cricket's most coveted trophy next year.
Barring the fine of Rs 12 lakh levied on Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli for slow over-rates, most of the other matches or captains this edition haven’t faced the ire of the tournament’s technical committee for the amount of time taken to conclude an innings.
NEW DELHI: It is no secret that in the 2018 IPL Chris Gayle has rediscovered his touch that once made him a force to reckon with in the shortest forma.
NEW DELHI: Time may be running out of Royal Challengers Bangalore , but AB de Villiers believes the franchise is still capable of turning its fortunes around.