Top Stories: Things that made news in the cricket world today

Top Stories: Things that made news in the cricket world today

All the news stories that hogged the headlines today.

Hasan Ali of Pakistan. (Photo by Dan Mullan/Getty Images)

BCCI launches ‘work from home’ for Indian cricketers during lockdown

  • The Indian cricketers are being monitored by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) during this lockdown phase using an app on a daily basis.
  • The aim of the app is to keep players physically and mentally fit. It has online training sessions, chat rooms and questionnaire along with a four-stage plan.
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Back injury likely to keep Hasan Ali out of action for six months

  • Hasan Ali, the Pakistan fast bowler, has suffered yet another setback due to his recurring back injury.
  • He came back to play for the Peshawar Zalmi in the 2020 edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
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Shane Watson reveals where BBL has lost its way when compared to IPL and PSL

  • The BBL organisers had a hard time in the previous season due to the low attendance at the venues.
  • He said that the pomp and show of the tournaments hasn’t affected the performances of players.
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Pakistan should play T20Is instead of Tests on England tour: Rashid Latif

  • Rashid Latif, the former Pakistan cricketer, said that the national team should be playing T20Is instead of Tests on their upcoming tour of England.
  • The veteran feels that Pakistan could do without Test cricket for the next six months, bearing in mind the T20 World Cup in Australia.
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‘He hasn’t sledged me since then’- Imrul Kayes reveals how Tamim Iqbal stopped Virat Kohli from sledging him

  • Imrul Kayes, the Bangladesh left-handed batsman, went down the memory lane to the time when Virat Kohli, the current Indian skipper, used to sledge him.
  • Kayes was a little taken aback as he felt that he shared a healthy camaraderie with Virat, who was playing his first World Cup.
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It’s not going to be easy for MS Dhoni to make a comeback: Venkatesh Prasad

  • MS Dhoni hasn’t played any competitive cricket for almost a year now. He has been on a sabbatical since the World Cup semi-final against New Zealand last year.
  • Amidst growing concerns over his career, former India cricketer Venkatesh Prasad feels it will be tough for MS Dhoni to make a comeback now.
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