• England women take Ashes high ground

    England women take Ashes high ground0

    England have vowed to ignore Australia’s combative approach and play with a smile when the Ashes begins in Brisbane. Australian wicketkeeper Alyssa Healy fired shots earlier this week, saying she planned to “bring the bitch back” in the multi-format series. England captain Heather Knight laughed off Healy’s comments, saying her No.1-ranked team planned to take

  • Williamson concedes it’s a huge ask to tame India at home

    Williamson concedes it’s a huge ask to tame India at home0

    New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson conceded that it’s a huge task to beat India in their own backyard. India will start overwhelming favorites when they take on an inconsistent New Zealand in a three-match ODI series, starting here today.  “India’s record is very good at home. They are a very hard team to beat. We know

  • Mashrafe to reach another milestone

    Mashrafe to reach another milestone0

    Bangladesh ODI skipper Mashrafe Bin Mortaza is on the verge of playing 50th match as ODI captain. Bangladesh is going to face the host South Africa on Sunday at Buffalo park of East London in the third ODI. With this match, Mashrafe will reach the milestone of playing 50th match as skipper. Before Narail Express, only Habibul Bashar (69) and Shakib Al Hasan (50) led Bangladesh