Hardik Pandya’s sensational return to Mumbai Indians has sparked a huge debate about the team’s captain for the next season of the Indian Premier League (IPL), a topic that seemed insignificant just a few days ago. Rohit Sharma looked set to lead the team once again but many believe that
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As the excitement builds up ahead of the IPL 2024 auction, Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) has set the stage by revealing their retained and released players, a move that has triggered considerable intrigue among fans and pundits alike. Notably, the name of seasoned Australian pacer Josh Hazlewood and the talented
Tom Abell has stepped down from the Somerset captaincy with immediate effect, after struggling for form during the 2023 season. Abell, 29, was handed the Somerset captaincy ahead of the 2017 season, and led the club to victory in the 2019 Royal London Cup, and a trio of runners-up spots
Veteran Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has spoken about Hardik Pandya’s return to Mumbai Indiana ahead of IPL 2024. The former Gujarat Titans player returned to the franchise from where he started his journey in the IPL. As it turned out, he made his India debut after playing for Mumbai Indians
In a surprising turn of events during the recent Indian Premier League (IPL) retention day, the released players’ list featured some unexpected names, leaving fans and experts speculating on the upcoming auctions. Notable omissions included stars like Sam Curran and Harry Brook, who were not retained by their respective franchises.
Gladiators had opted to bat, and were led by Tom Kohler-Cadmore for the second successive night, as he followed up an undefeated 68 against New York Strikers with 42 against Bulls at double the pace. Andre Fletcher hit 34 off 20 balls, while Andre Russell’s cameo of 19 from only