Tendulkar and Sangakkara are the two players who can adjust between any format, says Sir Viv Richards

"They (Tendulkar and Sangakkara) are batsmen who made that adjustment across all formats quite easily"

“They (Tendulkar and Sangakkara) are batsmen who made that adjustment across all formats quite easily”

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Legendary West Indies batsman Sir Viv Richards has announced that former India batsman Sachin Tendulkar and Sri Lanka wicketkeeper-batsman are the two players who can adjust between any format.

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Shastri working on building good relationship with national selectors

"My job [as director] is to ensure that everything is in order"

“My job [as director] is to ensure that everything is in order”

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India’s director of cricket, Ravi Shastri, has announced that he is working on building a good relationship with the national selectors ahead of the India’s tour of Australia and the 2015 World Cup.

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Match referees are being biased against Indian players, says Sunil Gavaskar

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“There is a general belief that because the Indian players are rich and spoilt, they deserve to be put in their place”

Legendary India batsman Sunil Gavaskar has announced that he believes International Cricket Council (ICC) match referees are being biased against Indian players nowadays since they are “rich and spoilt”.

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We are not trying to cheat the DRS in any way, says Michael Clarke

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Both Clarke and Pietersen have denied allegations that batsmen have been using silicon tape on the edges of their bats

Australia captain Michael Clarke has announced that his side have not tried to cheat the Decision Review System (DRS) in the ongoing Ashes series in any way whatsoever after allegations emerged that batsmen from both Australia and England had started taping the edges of their bats to fool the cameras.

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‘T20s can show the world how a cricketing star can be made overnight’, says Gordon Greenidge

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Greenidge has refused to buy into the hype of Twenty20 cricket doing more harm than good for the sport

Legendary West Indies opening batsman Gordon Greenidge has announced his support for Twenty20 cricket, stating that “T20s can show the world how a cricketing star can be made overnight”.

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