ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 : India to start their campaign against Pakistan
The India Women’s cricket team will start their ICC women’s World Cup 2022 campaign against the arch rivals, Pakistan. India will face the neighbors, Pakistan in the opening encounter at Bay Oval in Tauranga on 6th March.
The schedule for the ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 was released by ICC on Tuesday. The first match will be played between the host New Zealand and West Indies on March 4 at Bay Oval. The tournament consists of 31 matches played among 8 top teams including the knockout games.
India’s full schedule in ICC Women’s World Cup 2022
India vs Pakistan – March 6 – Bay Oval, Tauranga
India vs New Zealand – March 10 – Seddon Park, Hamilton
India vs West Indies – March 12 – Seddon Park, Hamilton
India vs England – March 16 – Bay Oval, Tauranga
India vs Australia – March 19 – Eden Park, Auckland
India vs Bangladesh – March 22 – Seddon Park, Hamilton
India vs South Africa – March 27 – Hagley Oval, Christchurch
BCCI handling of Virat Kohli affair has tarnished Indian cricket
The speculated rift between Virat Kohli, and BCCI has widen on Wednesday with the former addressing the press before Team India’s departure for South Africa. The conflict between Virat Kohli and the new white ball captain Rohit Sharma began to Grab the headlines yesterday with the reports of Virat Kohli not available for ODI team’s selection. The reports suggested that the conflict began when Virat Kohli was removed from the ODI captaincy, even when he wanted to lead the side in ODI series against South Africa.
The sources suggested that Virat Kohli wanted to be with his family for his daughter’s first birthday, but this emerging only after he was forced to leave the ODI captaincy. The issue had prompted cricket followers and experts to raise concerns over an ongoing conflict, only for Virat Kohli to clear the air……………. Read the full report on BCCI’s Episode by Shivanshu Chauhan
Jhye Richardson to replace Hazlewood for pink ball Test; Australia announce Playing XI
Jhye Richardson is all set to replace Josh Hazlewood for the 2nd Ashes Test. Josh Hazlewood has been ruled out of the second test due to side strain which he suffered during the first test against England at Gabba. David Warner is fit and will be available for the selection of the second test as announced by the Australian Skipper, Pat Cummins. Richardson made his test debut against Sri Lanka back in 2019.
Australia’s playing XI for 2nd Ashes Test match: Marcus Harris, David Warner, Marnus Labuschagne, Steve Smith, Travis Head, Cameron Green, Alex Carey (WK), Pat Cummins (C), Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Jhye Richardson
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Anderson replaces Wood for Adelaide Test
Barcode has been excluded from the squad for the The Pink Ball test against Australia. James Anderson returns to the Squad for the 2nd Ashes Test after missing the first test. James Anderson is all set to lead the pace bowling attack in the Pink Ball test played at Adelaide. Anderson’s bowling partner Stuart Broad has also been included in the 12-man squad but might not get the opportunity to feature in the match.
England squad for second Ashes Test: Joe Root (captain), Jimmy Anderson, Stuart Broad, Rory Burns, Jos Buttler, Haseeb Hameed, Jack Leach, Dawid Malan, Ollie Pope, Ollie Robinson, Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes.