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International Cricket Council (ICC)

Lest talk about International Cricket Council (ICC):

International Cricket Council (ICC) is the main cricketing board under which all individual countries’ cricketing board will fall unders.  The International Cricket Council (ICC) will organize the mega tournaments (ICC World Championship) between counties and the complete year cricket time table between individual countries is decided.

Currently, there are 12 cricketing boards under the International cricket council (ICC) with full membership, who organize the Men’s ODI tournaments,  Men’s Test tournaments, Men’s T20 tournaments and Women’s ODI tournaments and Women’s T20 tournaments.

Here is the list of 12 International Cricket Board around the Globe:

  • Afghanistan – Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB)
  • Australia – Cricket Australia (CA)
  • Bangladesh – Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB)
  • England – England Cricket Board / Wales Cricket Board (WCB)
  • India – Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI)
  • Ireland – Cricket Ireland (CI)
  • New Zealand – New Zealand Cricket 
  • Pakistan – Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)
  • South Africa – Cricket South Africa (CSA)
  • Sri Lanka – Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC)
  • West Indies – Cricket West Indies (CWI)
  • Zimbabwe – Zimbabwe Cricket  (ZC)

England Cricket Board, Cricket Australia and Cricket South Africa are the oldest board members of the International Cricket Council, which joined ICC in 1909.

The Board of Control of Cricket in Indian,  New Zealand Cricket, Cricket West Indies joined ICC in 1926.

  • Pakistan Cricket Board joined ICC in 1952
  • Sri Lanka Cricket joined ICC in 1981
  • Zimbabwe Cricket joined ICC in 1992
  • Bangladesh Cricket Board Joined ICC in 2000
  • Afghanistan Cricket Board and Cricket Ireland joined the International Cricket Council in the year 2017.

Men’s Cricket Team, Women’s Cricket Team and Under – 19 (U19) Cricket Team fall under International Cricket Council (ICC) from 12 cricket nations.

Top 10 Richest Cricket Boards:

  1. The New Zealand Cricket (NZC)
  2. West Indies Cricket Board (WICB)
  3. Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC)
  4. Cricket Australia (CA)
  5. Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC)
  6. Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB)
  7. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)
  8. Cricket South Africa (CSA)
  9. England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB)
  10. Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI)
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Cricket Indian Premier League

MI vs KKR – IPL 2020 Match 5 Review

Mumbai Indians, four time Indian Premier League champions, had their first win in 13th edition on Indian Premier League 2020 against Kolkata Knight Riders on 23rd September 2020.

5th IPL 2020 match was played between MI vs KKR on 23rd September 2020 at Abu Dhabi, Kolkata Knight Riders won the toss and elected to field first, Mumbai Indian in 20 overs made a huge total of 195/5.

Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma batted brilliantly in the match and made 80 runs in just 54 balls with 3 fours and 6 sixes. SA Yadav also batted equally alongside his captain and made 47 runs of just 28 balls with 6 fours and one six. Rohit Sharma and SA Yadav had 90 runs for the second wicket partnership.

SS Tiwary (21 runs in 13 balls with 1 four and 1 six), HH Pandya (18 runs of 13 balls in ) and KA Pollard had added runs to the total-195 with their short innings.

Shivam Mavi was best from KKR bowling side, picked up two wickets by giving 32 runs in 4 overs.

S Sandeep Warrier ( 3 overs 34 Runs)
Shivam Mavi (4 overs 32 Runs 2 Wickets)
PJ Cummins (3 Overs 49 Runs)
SP Narine (4 Overs 22 Runs and a wicket)
AD Russell (2 Overs 17 Runs and a wicket)
Kuldeep Yadav (4 Overs 39 Runs)

In reply to the huge target of 195, Kolkata Knight Riders never had a good partnership between the players to reach the target and they managed to make only 146/9 in 20 overs.

PJ Cummins (33 Runs in 12 balls with 1 four and 4 sixes) quick and short innings came in the end, but didn’t help the KKR to win the match.

Kolkata Knight Riders Innings:

Shubman Gill (7 Runs of 11 Balls)
SP Narine (9 Runs of 10 Balls)
KD Karthik (30 Runs of 23 balls)
N Rana (24 Runs of 18 Balls)
EJG Morgan (16 Runs of 20 Balls)
AD Russell (11 Runs of 11 Balls)
NS Naik (1 Runs of 3 balls)
PJ Cummins (33 Runs of 12 Balls)
Shivam Mavi (9 Runs of 10 Balls)
Kuldeep Yadav (1 Run of 2 Balls)

Mumbai Indian bowled really well to restrict the KKR for just 146 Runs, took the wickets in regular intervals which halted Kolkata Knight Riders run chase. Each bowler who bowled got the wicket except KH Pandya who just bowled one over.

TA Boult (4 overs 30 runs 2 wickets)
JL Pattinson (4 overs 25 runs 2 wickets)
JJ Bumrah (4 overs 32 runs 2 wickets)
RD Chahar (4 overs 26 runs 2 wickets)
KA Pollard (4 overs 21 runs 1 wickets)
KH Pandya (1 overs 10 runs 0 wickets)

Player of the match: Rohit Sharma
Points: Mumbai Indians:2. Kolkata Knight Riders:0
Stay tuned for more updates….
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Cricket Indian Premier League

RCB vs SRH – 3rd IPL 2020 Match Review

Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Sunrisers Hyderabad

Yet another close chasing finish at Indian Premier League 2020. At one stage when Bairstow was batting Sunrisers Hyderabad were favorites to win the match, till Yuzvendra Chahal took two back to back wickets in two balls in the 15th over. Then the quick fall of SRH wickets continued and got allout for 153 in 19.4 overs. In a span of 32 Runs Sunrisers Hyderabad lost 8 wickets in less than the 5 overs.

Initially Sunrisers Hyderabad won the toss and elected to field first. Royal Challengers Bangalore made 163/5 runs in 20 overs. D.Padikkal and AB de Villers made half centuries each and helped to get the defendable score of 163.

RCB Batting Details:

  • D Padikkal (56 of 42 balls)
  • AJ Finch (29 of 27 balls)
  • V Kohil (14 of 13 balls)
  • AB de Villers (51 of 30 balls 4 fours a 2 sixes)
  • S Dube (7 of 8 balls)
  • JR Philipe (1 of 2 balls)

SRH Balling:

  • B KUmar (4 overs 25 Runs )
  • Sandeep Sharma (4 overs 36 runs )
  • T Natarajan (4 overs 34 runs 1 wicket)
  • MR Marsh (0.4 overs 6 rus)
  • V Shankar (1.2 overs 14 runs 1 wicket)
  • Rashid Khan (4 overs 31 runs)
  • Abhishek Sharma (2 overs 16 runs 1 wicket)

In Reply to RCB 163, Sunrisers Hyderabad started brilliantly after the early loss of David Warner. The second wicket partnership between Manish Pandey and Jonny Bairstow was of 71 runs. After the third wicket fell on 121, then the SRH wicket fell in heap.

Fall of wickets: 18-1, 89-2, 121-3, 121-4, 129-5, 135-6, 141-7, 142-8, 143-9, 153-10.

Sunrisers Hyderabad Batting Details:

  • DA Warner (6 runs of 6 balls)
  • JM Bairstow (61 runs of 43 balls)
  • MK Pandey (34 runs of 33 balls)
  • PK Garg (12 runs of 13 balls )
  • V Shankar (0 of 1 ball)
  • Abhishek Sharma (7 runs of 4 balls)
  • Rashid Khan (6 runs of 5 balls)
  • B Kumar (0 of 2 balls)
  • Sandeep Sharma (9 Runs of 6 balls)
  • MR Marsh (0 Runs of 1 ball)
  • T Natarajan (3 Runs 4 balls)

RCB Balling Details:

  • DW Steyn (3.4 Overs, 33 Runs 1 Wicket)
  • UT Yadav (4 Overs 48 Runs)
  • NA Saini (4 Overs 25 Runs 2 Wickets)
  • Washington Sundar (1 Over 7 Runs)
  • YS Chahal (4 Overs 18 Runs 3 Wickets)
  • S Dube (3 Overs 15 Runs 2 Wickets)

Player of the Match: Yuzvendra Chahal

Point: Royal Challengers Bangalore 2, Sunrisers Hyderabad 0

Stay Tuned for More Updates.

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Cricket Indian Premier League

Indian Premier League

TeamMWLIPL Points
Mumbai Indians117414
Delhi Capitals117414
Royal Challengers Bangalore117414
Kolkata Knight Riders116512
Kings XI Punjab115610
Rajasthan Royals125710
Sunrisers Hyderabad11478
Chennai Super Kings12488
Indian Premier League 2020 Points Table

September 19th 2020, the day when all cricket fans around the world are waiting ! 

The wait is over for all cricket fans around the world, Yes your right, I’m talking about the much awaited Mega Cricket tournament after ICC Cricket World Cup –  India Premier League 2020 (IPL T20) is going to start on 19th September 2020.

The 13th edition of Indian Premier League was actually scheduled to start on 29th March 2020, due the Covid-19 and for the safety of all the players and spectators the tournament was called off. 

But, good news to all the cricket fans and specially the fans back in India, that the 13th Edition of Indian Premier League is going to start from 19th September 2020 in Abu Dhabi and ends on Tuesday November 10 2020. 

Get Ready for 52 days of non-stop cricketing entertainment

A total of 56 league matches will be played among below 8 teams, and 2 semi-finals and 1 mega final on 10th November 2020.

This year IPL T20 International Teams:

  1. Chennai Super Kings
  2. Delhi Capitals
  3. Kings XI Punjab
  4. Kolkata Knight Riders
  5. Mumbai Indians
  6. Rajasthan Royals
  7. Royal Challengers Bangalore
  8. Sunrisers Hyderabad

The First match on Saturday 19th September 2020 is played between the two IPL T20 giants Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings.

2020 IPL T20 International match is played outside India i,e in Dubai. Below three stadiums are going to host the mega tournament. 

  1. Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi
  2. Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai
  3. Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah

Refresh your IPL history:

Last 12 editions IPL T20 Champions.

  • 2008 IPL T20 Champion – Rajasthan Royal (Under the Captaincy of Shane Warne)
  • 2009 IPL T20 Champion – Hyderabad Deccan Chargers (Captain – Adam Gilchrist)
  • 2010 IPL T20 Champion – Chennai Super Kings (Captain cool – Mahendra Singh Dhoni)
  • 2011 IPL T20 Champion – Again Chennai Super Kings (Captain – Mahendra Singh Dhoni)
  • 2012 IPL T20 Champion – The Kolkata Knight Riders (Captain – Gautam Gambhir)
  • 2013 IPL T20 Champion – The Mumbai Indians (Captain Hitman – Rohit Sharma)
  • 2014 IPL T20 Champion – The Kolkata Knight Riders (Gautam Gambhir)
  • 2015 IPL T20 Champion – The Mumbai Indians (Captain – Rohit Sharma)
  • 2016 IPL T20 Champion – Sunrisers Hyderabad (David Warner)
  • 2017 IPL T20 Champion – The Mumbai Indians (Rohit Sharma)
  • 2018 IPL T20 Champion – Chennai Super Kings (Mahendra Singh Dhoni)
  • 2019 IPL T20 Champion – The Mumbai Indians (Rohit Sharma)
  • 2020 IPL T20 Champion – GUESS ????

Stay tune for more updates !!!