Cricket News: England’s tour of Bangladesh seems to be doubtful.

ByCricTrendz

Jul 31, 2021

T20 WC:

Oman is likely to host six games of the first round T20 WC, the first round of the ICC event starts on October 17 and ends on 23rd October, followed by super 12.

IPL:

  • BCCI talks with various cricket boards about the availability of foreign players, from the source England’s tour of Bangladesh seems to be in a doubtful stage. An ECB spokesman said the final decision on the tour will be taken in a week.
  • Shreya Iyer joins Delhi capitals camp ahead of IPL 2021

Isuru Udana announced his retirement from international cricket, he played 21 ODIs and 33 T20Is for his country. “I believe the time has come for me to make way for the next generation of players,” Isuru Udana said.

USA’s Minor League T20 started, Minor League is USA’s professional T20 cricket league, conducted by American Cricket Enterprises. The tournament having the international player Corey Anderson.

India VS England:

Commentators for England vs India Test series, are Dinesh Karthik, Mike Holding, Ian Ward, Andrew Strauss, Mike Atherton.

Nasser Hussain, Rob Key, and Ebony Rainford-Brent are likely to return once the Hundred League finishes.

Pakistan VS West Indies:

Pakistan won the second T20I against West Indies by seven runs, Nicholas Pooran’s efforts (62 runs from 33 balls) went in vain. Chasing a modest total of 158 runs West Indies started the innings slowly thanks to a tidy spell by Mohammed Hafeez that earned him Man of the match. Earlier Pakistan scored 157 runs from the 20 overs for the loss of 8 wickets, Babar Azam was the top scorer of the inning with 51 runs and followed by M Rizwan with 46 runs.

Road Safety Tournament 2022 is likely to start from January 9th to February 16th in UAE or South Africa.

Sri Lanka Cricket board awards 74 Lakhs (USD 100,000) for the T20 series win against India to the Sri Lankan players.

KPL Issue:

BCCI officials said the players who are going to take part in KPL aren’t allowed in cricket activities in India.

“While asking the boards not to allow their players to take part in the Kashmir league, we have informed them that in case they do, they can’t be part of any cricketing activity in India. We have done this keeping national interest in mind,” a top BCCI official told The Sunday Express.

The Hundred Game

Men’s

Welsh fire lost the match to Manchester Originals by 7 wickets.

Welsh Fire-150/6(100) L d Plooy-43(22) Tom Hartly-2/11(15)

Manchester Originals-153-3(95) Joe Clark 58(31) David Payne-2/25(20)

Northern Supercharger won the game by 6 wickets against Oval Invincibles.

Oval Invincibles -127/6(100) J Roy 52(43) Matty Potts 1/25(20)

Northern Supercharger-128/4(98) Chris Lynn 48(48) S Mahmood 2/19(20)

Women’s

Welsh Fire Women won by 9 wickets against Manchester Originals women.

Manchester Originals Women 120-6 (100), 

Harmanpreet Kaur 26(32) Georgia Hennessy-2/24(20)

Welsh Fire Women-124/1(88) H Mathews 71(50)

Northern superchargers won the game against Oval Invincibles by 4 runs.

Northern Superchargers Women Innings 109-8 (100) Alice Richards 42(30), Alice Capsey-2/9(20)

Oval Invincibles Women-105/4, Sarah Bryce-29(33) Alice Richards 2/17(20).

TNPL:

Lyca Kovai Kings lose the match by 2 runs against Idream Tiruppur Tamizhans, M Mohammed who defended just 6 runs in the final over won the man of the match.