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While West Indies will look to build on their 47-run victory against Sri Lanka, Pakistan will be keen on ending their 12-match winless streak in the World Cup Click for detailed story
NEW DELHI: Wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant and left-arm wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav were picked on Thursday for India’s limited-overs tour of the West Indies comprising five One-day Internationals (ODIs) and one Twenty20 starting June 23. The two youngsters replace opening batsman Rohit Sharma and allrounder Hardik Pandya from the 15-man Champions Trophy squad, which is defending its title in England and Wales. Pant, who has played just one T20 international for India, and Yadav were already on the radar after being named among five players kept on standby for the 50-over tournament. The duo have been rewarded for their excellent showing on the domestic circuit, including impressive displays in the Indian Premier League Twenty20 tournament. Pant, 19, hit two fifties for Delhi Daredevils in the recent IPL edition, following on from a 326-ball 308 in the domestic Ranji Trophy last season. His aggressive left-handed batting and ability to handle the pressure of a high-stakes match impressed chief selector MSK Prasad, who described him as a “player for the future”. Yadav piqued interest in his Test debut, clinching four wickets in India’s series victory over Australia in March. The 22-year-old from Kanpur in northern India also put in a strong showing for his IPL side Kolkata Knight Riders. The Virat Kohli-led India will leave directly for the Caribbean Islands after wrapping up their ongoing Champions Trophy campaign. India though do not officially have a coach for the West Indies tour, with Anil Kumble only contracted until the end of the Champions Trophy. [Read More…]
ESPNcricinfo previews the first Test between West Indies and Pakistan in Jamaica Click for detailed story
After being bamboozled by young all-rounder Shadab Khan during the ongoing T20i series, West Indies coach Stuart Law has said that his batsmen ‘gifted’ some wickets away, adding that his men should’ve been more ruthless against the youngster, espncricinfo reported. 18-year-old has picked up seven wickets in the two T20is that he has played so far with an average of 3, strike-rate of 6.8 and economy of 2.6. The youngster came into the spotlight after performing for Islamabad United in the Pakistan Super League 2017, where a number of batsmen failed to pick his googly, the most devastating weapon in the bowler’s armoury. Law said that Shadab has bowled well in the series but many of his batsmen had ‘gifted’ their wickets to him. “He’s bowled very well, but I think we’ve gifted him a few wickets as well. I think we just need to be a little bit more ruthless against him and see what transpires after that.” Experienced all-rounder Shoaib Malik was also praising the young talent. “I must appreciate and praise Shadab for the way he has been conducting himself, and taking wickets,” Malik said. “Obviously we all know, if you’re playing against West Indies, you have to keep taking wickets. They are big guys, they hit boundaries and I think this is what we have been doing.” The third T20i between the two teams would be played on Saturday. Click for detailed story
ABU DHABI: West Indies lost two early wickets as they face a target of 456 runs, after Pakistan declared their innings at 227-2 on the fourth day of the second Test in Abu Dhabi on Monday. Leg-spinner Yasir Shah bowled out opener Johnson for 9 and pacer Rahat Ali had Bravo caught for 13. West Indies were at 86-2 from 31 overs. Asad Shafiq and Younis Khan remained not out at 58 and 29, respectively, as Pakistan declared their innings. Earlier openers Azhar Ali and Sami Aslam hit half-centuries to help Pakistan strengthen their grip on the match. Azhar fell on 79 earlier today. Pakistan had reached 114-1 at stumps on Sunday, increasing their lead to 342 after dismissing West Indies for 224 in their first innings. That had given Pakistan a first innings lead of 228 and left them firmly in control as they look to claim an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. Pakistan won the first Test — a day-night affair played with a pink ball — by 56 runs to take a 1-0 advantage. But despite the West Indies falling 29 runs short of avoiding the follow-on, Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq decided not to enforce it and batted again. Both Ali and Aslam survived leg-before decisions through referrals after on-field umpire Michael Gough had raised his finger on both occasions. Gough has now seen four of his decisions overturned in the match with fellow English umpire Richard Illingworth forced to change his initial verdict three times. Aslam was finally dismissed when he [Read More…]