Jayawardene ranks Laxman as one of the purest batsmen to have ever played the game
With Indian batsman VVS Laxman announcing his retirement from international cricket recently, there have been a flood of tributes flowing in from cricketers past and present.
Malinga insists that Sri Lanka will have an advantage throughout the ICC World Twenty20
With the International Cricket Council (ICC) World Twenty20 just around the corner, Sri Lanka pace bowler Lasith Malinga has revealed that the team representing the country during the tournament will have an edge over the rest of the other nations due to the Sri Lanka Premier League (SLPL).
Clarke believes the team that takes full advantage of the spin-friendly conditions will end up winning the series
Despite the heat and humidity of the United Arab Emirates, along matches finishing at 2am, Australia captain Michael Clarke is more concerned about the threat posed by the Pakistan spin bowlers, led by Saeed Ajmal, Shahid Afridi and Mohammad Hafeez.
Morgan is ready to do whatever it takes to get his Test career back on track
While the Indian Premier League (IPL) may have reeled in many of the world’s best cricketers due to the lucrative contracts on offer, England batsman Eoin Margan has announced that he is ready to give up that world of glitz and glamour if it means that he can represent his country again.
Whatmore reckons that the heat will take its toll on the Australians throughout the series
Pakistan coach Dav Whatmore believes the United Arab Emirates late night heat will greatly challenge the Australian players since they have no real experience playing in these kind of conditions.
Hussey noted that he is not too concerned about his position on the batting lineup
Australia batsman Michael Hussey has expressed interest in the idea of opening the batting for the national team during the rest of the series against Pakistan after there were growing concerns whether wicketkeeper batsman Matthew Wade could handle opening the batting after standing behind the stumps for 50 overs.
Fountain believes fielding is a key area that Pakistan need to improve on
Pakistan fielding coach Julien Fountain has announced that the national team players should admit their fears and weaknesses if they are to see any improvements in their career.
Rixon believes Wade’s performance with the bat or gloves may suffer if he does not get adequate rest
There have been mounting concerns within the Australian camp about wicketkeeper batsman Matthew Wade’s ability to open the batting after having stood behind the stumps for 50 overs.
Ashwin and Ojha picked up 18 out of the 20 New Zealand wickets
Fresh off their convincing innings and 115 run win against New Zealand in the first Test at Hyderabad, Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, who took 12 wickets in the entire match, stated that fellow spinner Pragyan Ojha, who finished with six wickets in the match, deserved as much credit as him since he played a vital part in guiding the team to victory.