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Siraj's gesture has taken the internet by storm and the BCCIshared a picture in which Green can be seen on his knees after the fierce blow and Siraj standing next to him and checking on the Australian.
"The first Test will start from February 7 and the day-night Test will be played in Ahmedabad at the Motera Stadium from February 24," said Shah while inaugurating Gujarat Cricket Association's indoor academy for young cricketers.
Former cricketers hit out at the way his injury was managed. With fans in dark over his injury and Rohit’s participation in all but out in the upcoming Tests against Australia, former Indian cricketer Aakash Chapra seeked clarity on the issues.
The 32-year-old, who is on the cusp of his 50th Test, is likely to be out for at least three weeks which certainly rules him out of the first Day/Night Test in Adelaide starting December 17.
The umpires, scorers and the ground staff were the first to take the test while the players came for the test later on
It is understood that the Adani Group and Sanjeev Goenka's RPG (owners of the Rising Pune Supergiants) are interested in owning new teams with one franchise surely from Ahmedabad
Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the International Cricket Council (ICC) had in August this year moved the 2020 T20 World Cup to 2022 while it maintained that India will host the 2021 event.
BCCI and ICC have been at loggerheads for a few years, particularly on the issue of sharing revenues that the game's world governing body generates and distributes amongst its member countries
BCCI had to come up with a clarification midnight saying that Rohit had to attend his ailing father in Mumbai after IPL, hence missing the flight to Australia. Former Indian opener Gautam Gambhir slammed the Indian cricket board
Apart from this, the Board said senior-most fast bowler Ishant Sharma is ruled out of the Test series, starting December 17, as he will not be match-fit in time
India and Australia are slated to lock horns in three ODIs, three T20Is and four Test matches. Rohit was rested for the white-ball leg, but his participation in the Test series is not confirmed as he would be undergoing a further injury assessment on December 11.
Ishant had sustained a side strain during the recently concluded Indian Premier League (IPL). The pacer was recovering from the injury at the National Cricket Academy (NCA), but the board has confirmed that Ishant would not be taking any part in the upcoming Border
The Mumbai Indians’ captain Rohit picked up an injury during the Indian Premier League in UAE but he led his side in the last three matches of the league
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