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Ahmed firmly believes spinners should be given more credit during Twenty20 matches
Former Pakistan leg-spinner Mushtaq Ahmed believes batsmen get too much credit in Twenty20 cricket nowadays and added that people often forget the huge roles spinners play in dictating the outcome of a match.
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The BCCI is the only cricket board against the use of the DRS
International Cricket Council (ICC) chief executive David Richardson has announced that he is nowhere closer to convincing the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to adopt the Decision Review System (DRS) for all of their matches.
Hesson is still infuriated with New Zealand’s dismal performance against South Africa
New Zealand head coach Mike Hesson has announced that the national side still have a long way to go before they can consider themselves to be one of the powerhouses of Test cricket.
Vaughan has absolutely no doubt that Root should be Cook’s opening partner
Former England captain Michael Vaughan has put his money on youngster Joe Root to open the batting for the national team throughout their tour of New Zealand.
Ponting knows that he cannot keep playing all of his shots off the front foot
Veteran Australia batsman Ricky Ponting has revealed that he is struggling to ‘reinvent’ his batting technique ahead of the Test series against South Africa.
Strauss believes Pietersen can be a huge asset for England
Former England Test captain Andrew Strauss has thrown his support behind batsman Kevin Pietersen, stating that he has all the necessary qualifications to lead England to victory in India when the two nations square off against each other in a four-Test series later this month.