Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Pakistan vs South Africa Squads | south africa vs pakistan squads 2013 for odi

Pakistan vs South Africa Squads

Pakistan Team: (From) Misbah-ul Haq, Ahmed Shahzad, Nasir Jamshed, Mohammad Hafeez, Umar Amin, Umar Akmal, Shahid Afridi, Saeed Ajmal, Abdur Rehman, Mohammad Irfan, Junaid Khan, Sohail Tanveer, Wahab Riaz, Sohaib Maqsood, Asad Shafiq, Sarfraz Ahmed.
South Africa: (From) AB de Villiers (c/wk), Hashim Amla, Quinton de Kock (wk), Jean-Paul Duminy, Faf du Plessis, Imran Tahir, Ryan McLaren, David Miller, Morne Morkel, Wayne Parnell, Robin Peterson, Vernon Philander, Graeme Smith, Dale Steyn, Lonwabo Tsotsobe

Monday, October 28, 2013

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Prasad bats for under-fire Ishant Sharma

Former India bowling coach Venkatesh Prasad feels Ishant Sharma has the ability to bounce back and the team management should give him the confidence.

Broad stands ground on walk decision

Stuart Broad has defended his decision not to walk in the most controversial incident during Ashes, saying the row blew up because Oz "wasted" their referrals.

Lahli bets big but Tendulkar disappoints

The villagers started playing a game of cards. The game involved monetary gains and soon bets were placed over a Sachin century in his last Ranji match.

India to open T20 WC campaign vs Pak

India will open their campaign in the World Twenty20 Championships against Pakistan when the event is staged in Bangladesh from March 16 to April 6, 2014.

Sachin party fizzles out all too quick

Seven balls was all it took to turn fairground vibe to familiar mayhem. In next 10 minutes, the stadium was emptied as 7,500 people trooped out double quick.

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India will open their campaign in the World Twenty20 Championships against Pakistan when the event is staged in Bangladesh from March 16 to April 6, 2014.

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AB Replaced Amla in Test Rating
South Africa's AB de Villiers overtook team-mate Hashim Amla as number one Test batsman after helping guide his team to a 1-1 series draw against Pakistan, the International Cricket Council announced Sunday.

Pakistan v South Africa, 2013-14, UAE
Steyn Rested for First Two ODIs
Paceman Dale Steyn will miss the first two of the five-match one-day series against Pakistan to rest his body, South African team management said Sunday.

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SA Thump Pakistan to Draw Level
South Africa kept their seven-year unbeaten away record intact with an innings and 92-run win over Pakistan in the second and final Test in Dubai on Saturday, squaring the two-match series 1-1.

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Du Plessis Fined For Ball Tampering
Faf du Plessis has been fined 50 percent of his match fee after pleading guilty to tampering with the ball during the ongoing second Test against Pakistan in Dubai, the ICC said on Saturday.

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Saturday, October 26, 2013

morne morkel spits on icc as he again commited ball tempering | Morne Morkel joins SA ball tempering club

morne morkel tempered the ball and joined south african ball tempering club. as his teammate was fined 50% of match fee which is very polite by icc for their favored nation south africa .

morne morket spits on icc as he committed a crime of tempering the ball and he knows as usual icc will favor them . 

by these kind of act south african team shows that they are number one and what way they have choosen to get the rank is in front of whole world as this is the result of icc polite behaviour with their favorate teams.

but i m happy that morne morkel spits on icc for their bad justice and given a message that icc cannot take action against them. 

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icc dealing politly with culprits of ball tempering in 2nd test pak vs sa 

|2nd test match pak vs sa 2013 dubai| . |In second innings cameras caught phylinder and duplises on ball tempering there are very clear evidence| that the ball tempering is done by |south african players. as phylinder was tempering the ball with his nails again saying wich is cleary shown by cameras and duplises tempered the ball with the zip of his pocket in his trouser|.

|umpires has taken action on field that the ball is tempered they have talked with south african players
and awarded 5 runs to pakistan team|. |and changed the ball. this shamefull act as well as cheated act done by south african players|. |and also the trouser with zip or any kind of thing by wich players can temper the ball is not allowed in dress code in icc codes of conduct|.

|but again they are blue eyes of icc which always shows favorism again the same has done they charged 50%| of match fee of duplises no action again grame smith as he is captain of the |south african side and captain is also responsible for ball tempering according| to new rules of icc. and no action is taken against phylinder who was tempering the ball with his nail clearly shown by cameras.

only 50% of match fee is charged because the side which has done this shamefull act with cheating mind is |south african not any asian side| . if there was an any asian side they have banned the players for some matches as the icc has done it before .

these bans are only for asian countries and |specially for pakistan team|. if in future pakistan team player will do ball tempering the punishment should be same as duplises bcoz the crime is same.

icc is always fovored their blue eyed and thats why their decisions are always controversial all in all a very shamefull act by south african team which number one in the test ranking and by the icc as they claim to be non partial. again icc showed they not on the rite side. and they are addicted to their habits of favoring the teams.

|icc should think about their bad justice|.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

pakistan vs south africa oct 2013 2nd test | imran tahir performance in 2nd test pakistan vs south africa | sa vs pakistan | sa vs pakistan 2013

pakistan vs south africa 0ct 2013 2nd test | pak vs sa 2013 dubai
Dubai  – Dashing leg-spinner Imran Tahir on Wednesday said he was to a greater degree a South African than the nation of his own life commencement and felt honoured at playing for the planet's best Test group. 

The 34-year-old, who changed  faithfulness in the wake of being raised in Pakistan, snatched a vocation best 5-32 on the opening day of the second Test which his group needs to win to level the two-Test arrangement. 

His astounding exertion assumed the major part in seeing Pakistan bowled out for 99 and at the nearby South Africa were 128-3, heading by 29 runs. 

Got some information about how he felt about playing against the nation of his life commencement, Tahir said: "I just suppose I am more South African than Pakistani. 

"I am truly hnoured to play for South Africa, there was nothing in my brain before I began this diversion and I acknowledge what I have got from South Africa and will dependably recollect that that work the day I bit the dust." 

Tahir, who additionally played for English districts Hampshire, Warwickshire and Yorkshire, wedded a South African young lady and qualified to play for them in 2011. 

"Since the chances I have got and I have met such a large number of decent individuals and the nation never headed off to disregard me," said Tahir of his embraced nation and individuals. 

Tahir said it was difficult to come back to the test enclosure after the whipping he took in his last Test at Adelaide a year ago. 

"After my last execution I needed to about-face and chip away at myself, my playing and everything on how I am running to adapt to in worldwide cricket. 

"So off season diligent work has truly paid off I am exceptionally thankful that it has happened today," said Tahir, who had figures of none for 260 in his last Test. 

"I had an incredible time in Australia being part of a Test match yet from that point on I needed to work out how I have to be at worldwide level. So I retreated and played household season and I completed well and buckled down off seaon and when I joined the group I have been buckling down." 

Tahir said the Dubai pitch has turn and will turn more. 

"The wicket is exceptional it is the first day of the Test match"

Saturday, October 19, 2013

India vs aus aus win 3rd odi chased three hundred

India vs australia Australia 304 for 6 (Voges 76*, Faulkner
64*) beat India 303 for 9 (Dhoni 139*, Kohli
68, Johnson 4-46) by four wickets
Scorecard and ball-by-ball details
While lifting India from 76 for 4 to 303 for 9,
MS Dhoni had spoiled James Faulkner's
figures at the death. Faulkner took it out on
Ishant Sharma at the death in Australia's
chase. Rarely, if ever, has a bowler lost it so
completely while bowling to a fellow bowler.
Australia needed 44 off 18 when Ishant was
given the ball. Six balls and 30 runs later off
Faulkner's bat, the game was effectively
Australia's chase had started strongly, but
had been suffocated mid-innings, chiefly by
Ravindra Jadeja's ten overs for 31 runs.
George Bailey and Adam Voges had tried to
keep pace, but the asking-rate had
continued to climb. Voges had gamely hung
on amid a clutch of middle-order wickets,
when Faulkner joined him at 213 for 6. While
their partnership lasted and grew, it seemed
more a belated and inadequate attempt
than a threatening one.
Then Ishant was brought back for the 48th
over. If you can apply brevity to carnage,
here is what happened. Full and wide, four.
Short, six. Length, six. Short, two. Short, six.
Short, six.

Saturday, October 12, 2013

New ICC rule to hold captain responsible for ball tampering | captain will be responsible for ball tempering new icc rule

captain will be responsible for ball tempering new icc rule 

Islamabad: The captain of a team will be held responsible in an international match instead of the culprit, if an umpire discovers ball tampering, according to new ICC rules.

According to The Daily Times, if an umpire spots a change in the condition of the ball, he will issue a first and final warning to the captain and the ball will be changed, the ICC said in a statement on the changes which came into effect on Tuesday.

In case the ball is tampered with again, the bowling team will face a five-run penalty and umpires will not only change the ball again but the captain will be held responsible and reported, the report said

The Decision Review System (DRS) has also been tweaked for a trial period of six months until April 2014, the report added.

It came into effect with the start of the first Test between Bangladesh and New Zealand at Chittagong, the report further said.

Teams can top up their DRS reviews to two after the completion of 80 overs in each innings of a Test, according to the report. 

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preview of india vs australia 1st odi | India vs Australia, 1st ODI - Preview

Pune: India vs Australia 2013 1st odi A dominant force in One-day cricket, India would look to retain its top spot in the rankings when they clash with a relatively inexperienced Australian side in a seven-match series, beginning here from Sunday. india vs australia 2013 1st odi preview

India have enjoyed exceptional results in One-day format this year. Except losing a three-match series to Pakistan at the start of 2013, the world champion side has had tremendous success, winning series after series.

The hosts had whitewashed Australia 4-0 in the February-March Test series and avenging that loss would be a herculean task for the visitors, who have come without inspiring skipper Michael Clarke even as their batsmen gave a good account of themselves in the one-off Twenty20 in Rajkot.

Australia did beat England in ODIs post their Ashes debacle but India are a tough nut to crack in home conditions. And the visitors have got a fair idea about the task ahead after failing to defend a 200-plus total in Rajkot.

The Australian attack was subdued by the Indian batsmen, specially the comeback-man Yuvraj Singh, who took the game away from them with his blitzy 35-ball 77.

The left-hander has always been a vital cog in India`s middle-order and the way he batted in his first game, Australia would be wary of him.

The Australians lack an effective spinner in their attack hence the pacemen need to come up with something very special to stop the rampaging Indian batting line up.

Bowling would be a little worry for Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni also as paceman Ishant Sharma and spinner R Aswhin were carted around by the Australians in T20.

Ashwin usually is a reliable weapon but he bled 41 runs in his two overs and Sharma conceded 52 in his four, forcing introduction of part-timer Virat Kohli in the attack. 

The saving grace was Bhuvaneshwar Kumar and R Vinay Kumar, who picked up three wickets apiece. Left arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja bowled very effectively with his flatter trajectory.

Luckily for the Indians, barring a stroke-filled 89 from 52 balls by opener Aaron Finch, other Aussie batsmen could not capitalise fully on the poor Indian bowling.

The Aussies would require their batsmen to stay longer at the crease and make good starts count in the 50-over game.

They certainly would expect better contributions than single digit scores that they fell for from captain Bailey and key all rounder Shane Watson.

Watson, who is the most experienced player in the side and also knows conditions well, flopped in bowling also and he needs to fire on both fronts if Australia are to succeed and win the series.

Even though the matches commence one hour earlier than is the custom in India, the team bowling second would obviously have to factor in the dew fall which makes the ball skid off the track and trouble the spinners from having a firmer grip.

This game is the first ODI to be played at the newly built Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium that became an international venue last year when India and England clashed in a T20 International.

The fact that India have won the last two ODIs played at home against Australia in October 2010 and March 2011 (World Cup quarter final) also provides an indication of who, between the two teams currently, holds the edge in these conditions. 
Teams (from): 

India: M S Dhoni (C), Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Yuvraj Singh, Suresh Raina, Ambati Rayudu, Ravindra Jadeja, R Ashwin, Ishant Sharma, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, R Vinay Kumar, Amit Mishra, Jaydev Unadkat and Mohd. Shami.

Australia: George Bailey (C), Nathan Coulter-Nile, Xavier Doherty, James Faulkner, Callum Ferguson, Aaron Finch, Brad Haddin, Moises Henriques, Phil Hughes, Mitchell Johnson, Glenn Maxwell, Clint McKay, Adam Voges, Shane Watson.

Umpires: Richard Kettleborough and Vineet Kulkarni

Third umpire: C Shamsuddin

Match Referee: Roshan Mahanama.

Match starts at 1:30 pm

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Tuesday, October 8, 2013

SC allows N Srinivasan to take charge as BCCI president |SC allows N Srinivasan to take charge as BCCI president

SC allows N Srinivasan to take charge as BCCI president

New Delhi: Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed N Srinivasan to take charge as the president of BCCI on the condition that he stays away from any IPL matter.

It also set up a fresh 3-member probe panel to enquire into the IPL spot-fixing scandal. 

The panel will be headed by former Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana High Court Mukul Mudgal.

The committee will investigate G Meiyappan and owners of
Rajasthan Royals and file report on erring IPL franchisees. 

Earlier, Srinivasan was elected unopposed as BCCI President for a third year during the Board`s AGM last month.

Srinivasan was the lone Presidential candidate put forward by the South Zone, from where he got the proposer and the seconder.

The AGM asserted Srinivasan`s supremacy in India`s richest sporting body with not even a single voice of dissent being heard during the proceedings of the day.

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Friday, October 4, 2013

net income of bcci is 350 crores in year 2012-2013 | BCCI clocks Rs 350-crore net income in 2012-13

Mumbai: The Cricket Board posted net income of Rs 350 crore, while its gross revenue stood at Rs 950 crore during the fiscal 2012-13.

The BCCI, considered the world`s richest cricket body, has earned a surplus of Rs 382.36 crore in 2011-12.

Informing this today after the BCCI`s Finance Committee meeting in Delhi, Board Treasurer Ravi Savant told PTI that the net income figure has been arrived at "provided there is no tax (levied on the amount)."

"The Finance Committee passed the accounts and they will be placed before the Board`s Working Committee that should be meeting in the first week of September," he said.
The Working Committee would also finalise the dates of the Board`s AGM, also to be held next month. 

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