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Top Opening Partnerships in Test Cricket

  • Dec 17, 2020
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Top Opening Partnerships in Test Cricket

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In a five-day game in which both teams play twice, the rookies play an important role in laying the groundwork. For the first hit team, you want your players to get off to a great start so that the others can take advantage of that and put pressure on the opponent. One of the most important roles in converting a team's fortune to test cricket is the starting batsmen. No wonder why the teams with the best beginners at their disposal are so successful in the longer format.In Test Cricket, if a beginner falls early, it gets really hard on the mid-ranking to driveRecovery against the red ball. Beginners play against the opposing team's best shootersFace the toughest spells in Test Cricket. Test cricket has, over the years, witnessed many world-class beginners who become an inspiration for the younger generation.Gautam Gambhir and Virender SehwagGautam Gambhir and Virender Sehwag have been hailed as one of Test Cricket's Best Indian Opening Pairs. It was super fun to watch the two hit together, regardless of the format. The two share a great bond and played for Delhi Ranji Team. Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir participated in several surprising opening partnerships during the period 2004-2012, where they wrestled together at the starting position in 87 events and scored 4,412 points with an average of 52.52. They participated in 11 federations of a hundred races in Test Cricket.Marvan Atapattu and Sanath JayasuriyaMarvan Atapattu and Sanath Jayasuriya ended their careers with a lot of jobs under their belt. Both scored numerous rounds in all formats and shared excellent Test Cricket partnerships. Together, they scored 4,469 points in 118 rounds when they began for Sri Lanka in the test. They scored matches with an average of 40.26 healthy and participated in 9 100 entries in the longest-running form of the game.Alastair Cook and Andrew StraussFrom 2006 to 2012, England was blessed with strong starting partner Andrew Strauss and Alastair Cook. Both were prolific run-scorers for England. Alastair Cook is, in fact, England's number one run-scorer on auditions. Cook and Strauss scored many kicks together as beginners and contributed significantly to England's Test victories.They are currently the third-best starting pair on Test Cricket, having scored 4,771 passes together with an average of 40.96. Additionally, they shared 14 race partnerships when they opened for England in the test.Matthew Hayden and Justin LangerDuring the period 2000 and 2007, Australia was considered invisible. They boasted strong leadership, including a world-class starting pair of Matthew Hayden and Justin Langer. Langer and Haynes had the ability to build a great partnership and tire opposing bowlers.Both leftists have enjoyed an excellent cricket career. They formed many associations that helped the team win matches. Matthew Hayden and Justin Langer are currently the second-best starter duo on Test Cricket. The duo fought together in 113 rounds, scoring 5,655 rounds with an average of 51.88.Gordon Greenidge and Desmond HaynesThe West Indies staring couple Gordon Greenidge and Desmond Haynes are still the best starting duo in Test cricket. Greenidge and Haynes love to work together and have come together in numerous partnerships. Greenidge and Haynes played one of the biggest roles in making the West Indies a formidable test unit during the 1990s, starting together in 148 rounds, scoring 6,482 points with an average of 47.31. Sew up to 16 assemblies for hundreds of executions.Also Read: India vs Australia 1st Test | IND vs AUS Probable XI | Fantasy Playing Tips | More

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Cricket Australia Announces Schedule For Mens And Womens Ashes Series For 2021-22

  • May 19, 2021
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Cricket Australia said they were hopeful of organizing an Ashes series before full groups later this year however they would follow government counsel when it came to conceding voyaging allies as the timetable for the England's men’s & women’s visits was delivered on Tuesday.The five-Test men's Ashes will begin in Brisbane on December 8 preceding a day/night match in Adelaide. The conventional Boxing Day Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground will at that point happen.Sydney, however, will be the scene for the fourth Test, instead of the arrangement finale as has been standard, with the fifth Test at Perth's Optus Stadium.Both those last two matches are planned for January.Australia lost 2-1 at home to India in a vital four-Test arrangement 2-1 played before decreased groups due to the Covid pandemic between November 2020 and January this year. Unnecessary travel to Australia from the UK isn't presently allowed because of Covid-19."The exercises gained from effectively conveying a protected summer in 20-21 gives us certainty on what we're ready to accomplish, and we're all expecting a mid year of full groups and an Ashes air we're completely familiar with," said Nick Hockley, Cricket Australia's break CEO.Women’s SeriesIn the mean time a multi-design arrangement between the England and Australian ladies will begin with an oddball Test in Canberra from January 27-30, trailed by three Twenty20s and three one-day internationals."2022 will be an astonishing year for ladies' cricket," said England and Wales Cricket Board CEO Tom Harrison."With an Ashes, a World Cup in New Zealand and a home Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, this could be a milestone year for our group."Australia hold the men's Ashes following a 2-2 attract England in 2019, when their ladies' side won the comparing arrangement by the decided edge of 12 focuses to four.Men's Ashes 2021/22Dec 8-12: 1st Test, Gabba, BrisbaneDec 16-20: 2nd Test, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (day/night)Dec 26-30: 3rd Test, Melbourne Cricket Ground, MelbourneJan 5-9: 4th Test, Sydney Cricket Ground, SydneyJan 14-18: 5th Test, Optus Stadium, PerthWomen's AshesJan 27-30: Test, Manuka Oval, CanberraFeb 4: 1st T20, North Sydney Oval, SydneyFeb 6: 2nd T20, North Sydney OvalFeb 10: 3rd T20, Adelaide OvalFeb 13: 1st ODI, Adelaide OvalFeb 16: 2nd ODI, Junction Oval, MelbourneFeb 19: 3rd ODI, Junction Oval, MelbourneAlso Read: IPL 2021: BCCI president Sourav Ganguly gives good news to IPL fans

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England all-rounder Ben Stokes added to Ashes squad

  • Oct 25, 2021
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Star all-rounder Ben Stokes, who had taken an indefinite break from all forms of cricket to focus on his mental health, was on Monday added to England’s Test squad for the Ashes series against Australia later this year. Stokes had taken a break from the game in July to focus on his mental health while also recovering from a finger injury he had suffered during the first leg of the IPL. “I had a break to prioritise my mental wellbeing and I got my finger sorted,” Stokes was quoted as saying by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB). “I am looking forward to seeing my mates and being on the field with them. I’m ready for Australia,” he added. Stokes has been given the all-clear by his consultant and the ECB medical team to resume training following his second operation on a fractured left index finger, the ECB said in a statement. Managing director of England men’s cricket, Ashley Giles, said, “Following a very successful operation on his finger and several conversations over the last few weeks between Ben and I, our medical staff and his management team, Ben called me to say he was ready to return to cricket and was excited about the prospect of playing a significant role in the Ashes series.Also Read- Virat Kohli becomes first India captain in 29 years to lose World Cup match vs Pakistan “He will depart with the Test specialists and the Lions on November 4.” Stokes missed the home series against India and was not included in the T20 World Cup squad. However, earlier this month the 30-year-old posted a video on his social media about his return to training, which had given rise to speculation that he could appear in the five-Test series, which is due to begin in Brisbane. “Time and time again, benstokes has demonstrated how important he is to the England team and having him available for the Ashes series is excellent news for all of us and, in particular, Chris (Silverwood), Joe (Root) and the rest of the players,” Giles said. “Having not played for some time, we will move forward cautiously over the next few weeks to ensure he is fully prepared across all facets of his game. “Ahead of a very busy period of cricket, we continue to remain mindful of the stresses on all our personnel, and our primary focus continues to be the wellbeing of all of our players and support staff.”Also Read- T20 World Cup: Mohammed Shami faces vicious online abuse after India loss to Pakistan

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Ashes: Pat Cummins joins Imran Khan in elite list after 5-wicket haul on Test captaincy debut vs England

  • Dec 08, 2021
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Cummins couldn't have asked for a better start to his stint as Australian Test Leader, taking the pacemaker 5 wickets in the early rounds of Ash's first Test against England at Gabba. Cummins advanced 5/38 as England packed for 147 within two sessions of the series-opening.It was a baptism of fire for Pat Cummins, who took over as Australia Test captain from Tim Payne ahead of the much-anticipated Ashes series at home. However, Cummins showed no signs of having nerves while working to be Australia's bomber.Cummins threw 13.1 overs and took 5 wickets, including Ben Stokes and Haseeb Hamid. In fact, Cummins' first scalp as Australia's Test captain was Stokes, who hit one by one, jumping a bit higher and hitting the south ball.With 5 wickets taken, Pat Cummins became the second Australian captain after George Geffen in 1984 to take 5 wickets in the first Test as captain. Cummins also became the first captain since Bob Willis to take 5 wickets in the Ashes Test in 1982.Meanwhile, Cummins joins the list of elite captains who took 5 wickets on their first day at the summit. Notably, it was also Cummins' first 5-round in a Test against England.5-19 Charles Aubrey Smith - England v South Africa in Port Elizabeth, 18895-35 George Allen's England v India at Lord's Stadium 19367-52 Imran Khan - Pakistan vs England at Birmingham 19825-38 Pat Cummins - Australia vs England in Brisbane 2021Pat Cummins became the first Australian captain to take 5 wickets in the Ashes in 1962 and the first captain since Michael Clarke to take 5 wickets in a single round in 2012.Cummins gets a standing ovation from the Gabba crowdCummins knocked his team off the field by holding a Kookaburra ball overhead, enjoying a standing ovation from the Gabba crowd.His speed pitcher Josh Hazlewood ran from the depths to take a great low shot to boost his tally with the last wicket of Chris Woks (21) all the way to desperate action.Hazlewood did the same for Cameron Green, handing the first test wicket to the multi-tiered bowler, who was started at a brisk pace by Ole Pop (35).England got off to a disastrous start after Joe Root won the toss and chose to strike on grass, and Rory Burns became the first player in 85 years to be fired with the first Ashes Series ball around his feet. Mitchell Stark was released. Hazlewood's delivery of a drastic duck was by rising wicketkeeper Alex Carey as England fell to 59 for four at lunch.More latest sports news to visit here - PITCHHIGH