Gough believes it will be England’s loss if they go to India without Pietersen
With the ongoing debate about whether leaving Kevin Pietersen out of the England squad for the upcoming tour of India was a right one or not, former England pace bowler Darren Gough has also voiced his opinion, saying that the national team selectors are making a big mistake by leaving Pietersen out.
Smith knows he has to score plenty of runs in order to get the attention of the national team selectors
Over the past couple of years the question of Steve Smith’s role in the Australian side remained a mystery to everyone, but no more after the limited overs specialist stated that he was a batsman and intended to regain his spot on the national roster.
Warner and Watson have established themselves as one of the most dangerous opening pairs in Twenty20 history
Whenever David Warner and Shane Watson have come out guns blazing it seems as if Australia, who were astoundingly ranked 10th on the International Cricket Council (ICC) Twenty20 team rankings before the start of the World Twenty20, are unstoppable and coach Mickey Arthur believes strong starts to the Australian innings will be key throughout the World Twenty20.
Johnson is doing everything in his power to ensure that he gets selected for the upcoming South Africa series
After being left out of the Australian side for several months due to a severe toe injury, pace bowler Mitchell Johnson has revealed that he is glad to be back in the side and is looking forward to the upcoming Test series against South Africa.
Narine has rapidly become one of the best spinners the West Indies ever produced
West Indies captain Darren Sammy has revealed that spinner Sunil Narine will be the team’s biggest bowling asset throughout the International Cricket Council (ICC) World Twenty20 since many of the opposing teams have never faced him before.