Pakistan, one of the most unpredictable teams in the international circuit, has dropped Sana Mir, their most successful player in the history. Led by Bismah Maroof, they have won 6 matches while losing 7 after 2018 World Cup. They will play against Thailand, West Indies, England and South Africa. Key Players Bismah Maroof, Alia Riaz, 

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As the ICC World T20 2020 is around the corner, South Africa would love to maintain their good form with the ball. However, alongside their fiery bowling, they will try to capitalize with the bat as well. After the 2018 World Cup, they have played 16 matches and managed to win half of them. Though 

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India is one of the youngest contingents to contest in the mega event – ICC World Cup 2020. It’s aptly led by Harmanpreet Kaur whose 11-years of experience in the shortest format will help India inch closer to its maiden T20 Worldcup title. The team has a strong line-up of batters, bowlers, and all-rounders who 

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Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar has come to bat for the first time in five and a half years after his retirement as he faced an over from Australian speedster Ellyse Perry. This took place during Bushfire Cricket Bash, a charity match played at Junction Oval, Melbourne on Sunday. The Bushfire Cricket Bash featured a 10-over 

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India and Australia have faced each other 15 times so far, where Australia came out to be victorious 11 times. Their last encounter was in the 2018 World T-20 where India rode on Smriti Mandhan’s 83 and Harmanpreet Kaur‘s quickfire 43 defeated the mighty Aussie by 48 runs. But both the teams have undergone changes 

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The schedule announced for the 2019 South Asian Games which will take place in Kathmandu and Pokhara in Nepal from 1st December to 10th. Women’s cricket will be played as a medals category along with the men’s. All matches in will be held at the Pokhara Rangshala cricket ground. Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Maldives will 

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Cricket, wrote Christopher Douglas, the biographer of the controversial English cricketer Douglas Jardine, is a game that teaches its pupils to be “honest, impervious to physical pain, uncomplaining and civilized”. As society tends to become more and more civilized with every passing second, women also have been taken by cricket under its grasp. Now cricket 

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