Sunday, 27 November 2016

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Heavy storm in Bangladesh has constrained the managers to reschedule the 2016 version of Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), which will now begin once more from Tuesday (November 8). 

Rain washed out the initial four matches of the fourth release of the residential Twenty20 association, on Friday (November 4) and Saturday (November 5) individually, while it additionally debilitated to demolish Sunday's twofold header. The non-regular showers, created by a sorrow in the Bay of Bengal, was conjecture to last until Monday, constraining the BPL administering gathering to restart the competition from Tuesday. 

As per Ismail Haider Mallick, the secretary of BPL, the competition will take after the prior timetable for the matches beginning from November 8. Notwithstanding, Comilla Victorians, the protecting champions, are probably going to play the principal coordinate on the rescheduled opening day rather than the second. 

"We have a climate report which has a gauge for more rain for an additional two days. So far not a solitary ball has been knocked down some pins in the competition because of the rain. We have chosen to put off the November 5 and 6 matches. We now need to hold our first match on November 8 according to the current calendar. We will reschedule the November 5 and 6 coordinates in the rest days inside our installations list," Mallick said. 

The four matches that were booked for November 5 and 6 are probably going to be played on the off-days. The two matches that were relinquished on the opening day - Comilla Victorians versus Rajshahi Kings and Khulna Titans versus Rangpur Riders - might be replayed at a later date if the groups collectively concur for such a move. 

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"As indicated by the ordinances, we can make the November 4 matches into rematches just if the establishments consent to it. Rangpur and Khulna have concurred for the rematch yet we don't have a choice from Comilla and Rajshahi, who were the groups in the competition's first match," Mallick said of the deserted matches. 

"We will attempt to reassign the five or six matches on November 10 and 14 and, if need be, we will hold three matches in a day. November 20 is additionally a possibility for the rescheduled matches," he included. 

As per the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) site, the reexamined calendar will be reported right away.


Wednesday, 2 November 2016

Sri Lanka extend prompt to 411 preceding precipitation washes off conclusive session

Sri Lanka extend prompt to 411 preceding precipitation washes off conclusive session

Dimuth Karunaratne was the star entertainer as his keen thump drove Sri Lanka to a solid position, before climate played spoilsport in the last session on Day 4 of the primary Test against Zimbabwe at the Harare Sports Club on Tuesday (November 1).

Despite the fact that the day had a place with Sri Lanka - 242 runs were included 58.5 overs - Carl Mumba, the 100th player to speak to Zimbabwe in Tests, got eyeballs with his noteworthy knocking down some pins, representing four of the six wickets to fall in the day.

Dhananjaya de Silva, playing in his fourth Test coordinate, likewise shone with a lively fifty, and all the more significantly, was included in a 91-run association with Karunaratne, which has truly batted the hosts out of the amusement.

In the morning, there was excite in the Zimbabwean camp when Mumba struck early - castling Kaushal Silva - however a fifty-run association between Kusal Perera and Karunaratne steadied the Lankan transport. Like the main innings, Perera started with a second ball four, however was not exactly conversant in his second paper and was gotten cleverly at sneak past Hamilton Masakadza off Malcolm Waller for 17.

Kusal Mendis was certain in his brief stay, however was out in the last over before lunch to Mumba. Joining Karunaratne after the break, Upul Tharanga - who finished his 10-year sit tight for a Test hundred in the principal innings - did not keep going long as Mumba by and by struck in his first over after lunch.

The 25-year-old de Silva then walked out and batted in a positive mold - hitting limits furthermore guaranteeing strike revolution, as the organization achieved 50 off 77 balls. Karunaratne was into his 90s by then and in the long run achieved the three-figure check, along these lines recording fifty or more scores in both innings of a Test without precedent for his profession.

A while later, Christopher Mpofu foxed the left-hander with a slower ball and finished his fourth Test hundred at 110. Debutant Asela Gunaratne and de Silva were watchful for speedy runs, however a Mumba short ball made trouble and constrained the last to throw to point. Common light had blurred by then, because of the overcast cover and the umpires were compelled to take the players off the field.

Minutes after awful light stopped play, the sky opened up and a legitimate storm implied no further play was conceivable in the day. Sri Lanka's lead is 411 now and an overnight assertion poses a potential threat as captain Rangana Herath would in a perfect world need to give his bowlers enough time to bowl Zimbabwe out once more.

To make up a touch of lost time, play will begin thirty minutes at an opportune time the last day at 09:30 neighborhood time.

Brief scores: Sri Lanka 537 (Tharanga 110*, Kusal Perera 110, Kaushal Silva 94; Graeme Cremer 4 for 142) and 247 for 6 (Karunaratne 110, Dhananjaya de Silva 64; Carl Mumba 4 for 50) lead Zimbabwe 373 (Graeme Cremer 102*, Donald Tiripano 46, Tino Mawoyo 45; Suranga Lakmal 3 for 69) by 411 runs.

India squad for England Tests to be declared on November 2

India squad for England Tests to be declared on November 2

The MSK Prasad-drove determination board will meet at the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) central command in Mumbai on Wednesday (November 2) to pick the Indian squad for the up and coming five-coordinate Test arrangement against England, beginning on November 9 in Rajkot. After India trounced New Zealand 3-0 in the as of late finished up arrangement, the determination advisory group won't not have excessively numerous astonishments up their sleeves.

Among the new incorporations, Ishant Sharma, who passed up a great opportunity for the last arrangement because of Chikungunya, is relied upon to be back in the plan of things, particularly subsequent to having rocked the bowling alley 40-odd overs in his last two Ranji Trophy excursions for Delhi. Despite the fact that India look entirely OK with their set blend of two pacers - Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav - on Indian soil, the expansion of Ishant would reinforce the pace battery. The other bowler who could be talked about is off spinner Jayant Yadav, however he would for the most part warm the seats with Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja weaving a web around the hapless New Zealand side in the last experience.

The other essential hub of talk would spin around Gautam Gambhir who got a Test ring and along these lines a diversion in the third Test coordinate, to the detriment of a harmed Shikhar Dhawan. It is intriguing to check whether Gambhir gets a look in, given that both KL Rahul and Dhawan are as yet nursing their particular wounds. Karun Nair was the other name tossed in with the general mish-mash amid the last arrangement however his consideration appears to be profoundly improbable, particularly with Gambhir scoring up a hundred in his last Ranji diversion against Odisha.

Something else, the determination panel is good to go to experience an everyday round of exchange with Virat Kohli driving a pretty much comparable squad for their next home task. Much like the Holkar Stadium in Indore, which facilitated its first-historically speaking Test coordinate a month ago, Rajkot will now prepare itself to play host to the arrangement opener. Alternate Tests are planned to be played in Vishakapatnam (Nov 17-21), Mohali (Nov 26-30), Mumbai (Dec 8-12) and Chennai (Dec 16-20).

Siddle to play WACA Test in front of Mennie

Siddle to play WACA Test in front of Mennie

Steven Smith has reported the Australian eleven for the Test arrangement opener against South Africa, beginning this Thursday (November 3). Diminish Siddle, who had been on the sidelines for right around nine months because of the repeat of push cracks has been named in the side for this amusement.

There were exchanges about who might get approval amongst Siddle and the South Australian, Joe Mennie, and Siddle has made the reduced of his experience. The main thing that would be acutely watched all through the length of this amusement would be the means by which Siddle handles the rigors of the Test subsequent to being out for the greater part of the year as such.

Talking about Siddle and Mennie, commander Steven Smith said amid the group declaration, "They're both knocking down some pins well. They're the kind of bowlers who can bowl steady ranges, hold the keeps running down. I get it supplements alternate folks."

Smith additionally communicated his joy on the veteran's rebound, who has 43 wickets shockingly from 12 tests against the Proteas.

A week ago, the 32 year old Siddle talked unhesitatingly about his odds of playing the principal Test, in spite of having played quite recently the one five star diversion since recuperation. On being inquired as to whether he felt completely fit, he said, "A considerable measure of it is mental and determination by the day's end. Once you're out there you cross that white line, the adrenalin kicks in."

In the mean time, Joe Mennie would be a part of the South Australia side in the Sheffield Shield.

Brathwaite demonstrated extraordinary character: Holder said

Brathwaite demonstrated extraordinary character: Holder said

"Brathwaite has scored a great deal of keeps running in junior cricket. He has effectively played 30-odd Test matches and he has been the pillar as far as opening organizations," Holder included. © Getty

Jason Holder, West Indies chief, stored adulate on opener Kraigg Brathwaite who conveyed his bat with a tone-setting 142 to give West Indies preference at close on Day 3 at Sharjah Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday (November 1).

At the point when play continued on Day 3, West Indies were still 36 keeps running behind with four wickets close by. Brathwaite, who proceeded from an overnight aggregate of 95, put on 29-run remain for the seventh wicket with his skipper Holder, 60 for the eighth wicket with Devendra Bishoo to give the guests an impossible first-innings lead.

At the point when Wahab Riaz expelled Shannon Gabriel to finish his fifer and bowl out West Indies for 337, Brathwaite had conveyed his bat with an unbeaten 142.

"He demonstrated awesome character, extraordinary levelheadedness, incredible confidence. It was extremely uplifting for me and gave me the vitality to go and do what we did at last," Holder said.

"I have played a considerable measure of cricket with Brathwaite - Under-13, 15, 17 and 19, and now senior cricket. He has scored a ton of keeps running in junior cricket. He has officially played 30-odd Test matches and he has been the backbone regarding opening organizations," he included.

Brathwaite's superb thump gave West Indies a key 56-run lead in the main innings. Floated by the preferred standpoint, however thin, Holder drove a motivated exertion with the ball to peg Pakistan back in the second article. Holder completed the day with praiseworthy figures of three for 10 in 9 overs as hosts were diminished to 87 for 4 at stumps, with a lead of only 31 runs.

Australia Vs South Aftica Cricket's extraordinary cutting edge competition resumes

 Australia Vs South Aftica Cricket's extraordinary cutting edge competition resumes

One of cricket's incredible advanced contentions resumes when Australia and South Africa square off in the main Test at the WACA beginning on Thursday (November 3). In an abnormal characteristic, every group plays well in the other's patio. Australia have not lost a Test arrangement in South Africa since readmission, while South Africa have won their previous two arrangement Down Under.

Both groups have had a makeover since the last time they met in Test cricket in mid 2014. A portion of the key players who characterized this holding challenge over the previous decade won't be a piece of the arrangement. Graeme Smith and Jacques Kallis have resigned, while chief AB de Villiers will miss the arrangement because of harm. For Australia, Michael Clarke and long-term South African enemy Mitchell Johnson have hung up the boots.

Accordingly, another section is set to be composed with the three-Test arrangement additionally incorporating a match in Hobart and completing with a day-night display in Adelaide. Be that as it may, much lays on the opening Test in Perth with both groups wanting to eradicate some waiting concerns.

There feels a feeling of delicacy about Australia, who have copped humiliating arrangement whitewashes to Sri Lanka and South Africa in Test and One-Day International cricket as of late. As needs be, chief Steve Smith is feeling the main strains of weight subsequent to getting a charge out of a special night time frame since steering from Clarke 12 months prior.

Australia's batting was a wreck on the turning contributes Sri Lanka yet ought to appreciate the solaces of home. Selectors have stayed with defamed opener Shaun Marsh, who would like to frame a solid organization with David Warner. No.3 Usman Khawaja has been reviewed and will expect to rediscover his glittering structure from the previous summer when he apparently had the brilliant touch, while veteran center request batsman Adam Voges has been held. Much lays on Australia's main five with the center request looking unsteady - allrounder Mitch Marsh and wicketkeeper Peter Nevill normal only 24 and 21 at the Test level individually.

As has been the situation as of late, Australia's quality spins around their pace assault, which was invalidated in Sri Lanka because of slower surfaces. Those turning pitches didn't dissuade Mitchell Starc, Australian initiate, who featured in the arrangement and affirmed his remaining as seemingly the world's best paceman over all configurations.

Nonetheless, Starc comes into this arrangement underdone subsequent to torment a frightful leg harm amid a preparation disaster in September, while Peter Siddle, the reviewed veteran paceman, additionally has not played worldwide cricket for nine months. Much will lay on Starc's wellness, as he lingers as without a doubt Australia's key player.

Like Australia, South Africa have comparable issues with the cosmetics of their group. Without de Villiers' splendor, the batting feels intensely dependent on commander Faf du Plessis and maestro Hashim Amla. Allrounder JP Duminy has affectionate recollections of playing in Australia yet the contentious Quinton de Kock and the develop Stephen Cook will be depended upon to give truly necessary support.

Not at all like past visits to Australia, this South African batting line-up feels weak and could choke under the high octane weight from Starc, especially if the WACA's pitch rediscovers its famous ricochet and pace.

In another parallel with their adversaries, South Africa will back their vaunted pace assault to test away at Australian fragilities. With Starc apparently grabbing the world's best paceman mantle, Dale Steyn is certain to be resolved to demonstrate generally and will be moved down by experienced combine Vernon Philander and Morne Morkel.

Be that as it may, upstaging the wily veterans, will be 21-year-old Kagiso Rabada, who can bowl at paces more than 150kmh and is set to be occupied with an energizing dish off with the similarly fast Starc. With such a large number of value pacemen including, WACA keeper Matt page is under weight to create a return pitch to guarantee this Test doesn't endure the destiny of a year ago's dull draw amongst Australia and New Zealand.

At the point when: Thursday November 3, 2016. 10:30 AM nearby

Where: WACA, Perth

What's in store: No rain is normal amid the term of the Test. The celebrated around the world WACA pitch is probably not going to overflow with threatening pace and bob like yesteryear yet has some grass covering to tempt the bowlers.

Group News

Australia: Australia have uncovered that Peter Siddle will play in front of beginner Joe Mennie. The 61-Test veteran was the conspicuous contender to give more support to Starc and Josh Hazelwood yet question marks still encompass whether he can get past a thorough Test coordinate after a protracted spell on the sidelines. Mennie, the 27-year-old South Australian, has played well at the WACA in the Sheffield Shield yet will sit the diversion out.

South Africa: There has been some discussion that Morkel could pass up a major opportunity in Perth, as the moving of South Africa's pace positions heightens with Kyle Abbott in the wings. South Africa is probably going to play four quicks on the WACA and depend on Duminy's convenient turn for variety.

ODI batting star Rilee Rossouw could make his Test make a big appearance, while diminutive South African batsman Temba Bavuma looks a secure to highlight in the center request.

What they said:

"In the event that you can remove the leader of the snake, whatever is left of the body tends to fall. We've attempted to assault the chief since he is the pioneer and on the off chance that we can bring about a touch of bedlam there, some of the time it affects whatever is left of the folks." - Dale Steyn

"All through they have a great deal of naiveté, and I imagine that is something we can abuse and stall out into. Focus on the chief, get on top of them and the rest kind of disintegrate" - Peter Siddle

Did you know?

Australia has not been beaten in a Test at home since November of 2012, which incorporates an unbeaten dash of 18 matches (14 wins).

South Africa was the last group to win a Test in Australia when they spoilt Ricky Ponting's swansong at the WACA. Truth be told, South Africa has never lost from three begins at the ground and have won their previous two matches there.

South Africa has won their previous two arrangement in Australia. Since 1993, Australia has just lost one different arrangement at home - to England in the 2010-11 Ashes.

Steyn needs only six wickets to end up South Africa's driving wicket taker in Test matches. He as of now has 416 wickets to sit second behind Shaun Pollock.


Australia: Steve Smith (c), David Warner, Shaun Marsh, Usman Khawaja, Adam Voges, Mitchell Marsh, Peter Nevill, Mitchell Starc, Peter Siddle, John Hazelwood, Nathan Lyon, Joe Mennie.

South Africa: Faf du Plessis (c), Kyle Abbott, Hashim Amla, Temba Bavuma, Stephen Cook, Quinton de Kock, JP Duminy, Dean Elgar, Keshav Maharaj, Morne Morkel, Vernon Philander, Kagiso Rabada, Rilee Rossouw, Tabraiz Shamsi, Dale Steyn, Dane Vilas