India vs South Africa T20: India look to address death bowling concerns in final tune up ahead of T20 WC | Cricket News

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: India will be looking to complete their T20 World Cup preparation with a marked improvement in their death bowling in addition to providing crucial playing time for their untested players in the three-game series against South Africa South, starting by Wednesday. India skipper Rohit Sharma, unsurprisingly, singled out death bowling as an area that … Read more

IND vs SA: India Look To Address Death Bowling Concerns In Final Tune-Up Ahead Of T20 World Cup

India will look to round out their preparation for the T20 World Cup with a marked improvement in their death bowling, in addition to providing crucial playing time to its untested players in the three-match series against South Africa, which starts here on Wednesday. . Indian skipper Rohit Sharma was expected to point out death … Read more

Rohit Sharma Backs Bhuvneshwar Kumar As India Look To Fix T20 Bowling

Improving bowling in India remains the team’s focus ahead of the Twenty20 World Cup next month, skipper Rohit Sharma said, adding that he is supporting Sear Bhuvneshwar Kumar to emerge from a recent slump. India passed Aaron Finch’s Australia by six wickets to take the three-match T20 series 2-1, now hosting South Africa for a … Read more

She would spit fire even while bowling at me in nets: Mithali Raj pays tribute to longtime teammate Jhulan Goswami | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: Jhulan GoswamiSuch was her commitment to the game that she “breathed fire” even when bowling into the net, and at the reception was often her longtime teammate and captain, Mithali Raj. India’s greatest ever batsman, Mithali, who ended a glorious career in July, welcomed her contemporary and speedy great Jhulan to the former … Read more

Jhulan Goswami “Spit Fire” Even While Bowling In The Nets: Mithali Raj

Jhulan Goswami’s dedication to the game was such that she “spit fire” even while bowling into the nets, and on the receiving end was often her longtime teammate and captain, Mithali Raj. India’s best ever batter, Mithali, who swore a glorious career in July, welcomed her modern-day fast bowling great Jhulan to the former cricketer’s … Read more

India vs Australia 2nd T20 2022: Team India looks to solve Bumrah mystery amid death bowling woes | Cricket News

NAGPUR: Jasprit Bumrah’s fitness condition will be a matter of attention as a struggling Indian side look at course correction options against Australia in the second T20 International and are working to keep the three-game series alive here on Friday. Bumrah, who has been out of action since the England tour ended, skipped the Asian … Read more

Zimbabwe Name Steve Kirby As Bowling Coach Ahead Of T20 World Cup

Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) on Thursday confirmed the appointment of Steve Kirby as the new senior bowling coach in Zimbabwe ahead of the T20 World Cup, which starts on October 16. starts in Australia next month. A former first-class cricketer, Kirby served as bowling coach with Somerset until his last appointment, one of the sides he … Read more

India vs Aus 1st T20I: How India lost the plot in overs 17-19 and the death overs bowling conundrum | Cricket News

The first T20I between India and Australia played at Mohali on Tuesday was an example of a high-scoring encounter and another reminder of why most captains who win the draw choose to hunt. Australia’s 4-wicket win was also another reminder that the Indian team need to work on a few areas of concern as they … Read more

Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s death over bowling is real concern: Sunil Gavaskar | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: Legend Sunil Gavaskar thinks lead pacemaker Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s poor performance in the death matches is a “genuine concern” for India ahead of the T20 World Cup next month. Bhuvneshwar has leaked quite a few death races in recent games. His 19th from 16 points took Australia to a record 209 chase in the … Read more

India vs Australia – “Death Bowling Exposed Again”: Stars Lash Out After Indian Bowlers’ Poor Show vs Australia

After India failed to defend a 208-run goal against Australia in the first T20I, skipper Rohit Sharma didn’t mince words to pinpoint the reason for the defeat. “I don’t think we bowled well. 200 is a good score to defend and we didn’t take our chances in the field. It was a great effort by … Read more