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How Indian bowlers are driving us closer to ICC Trophy!
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How Indian bowlers are driving us closer to ICC Trophy!

Jasprit Bumrah, one of the best Indian Bowlers. The cliche, "Batsmen win you games, bowlers win you tournaments," may have been coined to provide some solace for the selfless sport of bowling in a time when the odds are increasingly stacked against the willow-wielders Nevertheless, the adage perfectly captures India's five-game World Cup winning streak. The bowling attack's unspoken efficiency has been the underlining of India's campaign, despite the batsmen's ability to make mincemeat of mediocre totals. The Indian top-order's ability to hunt down targets with surprising ease and plenty of extra runs emphasises how important it is for the bowling unit to limit opponents to low totals on the same conditions. Teams are strangled without realising it as the assignment is completed...
Breaking: Hardik Pandya to miss 2 more games due to injury
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Breaking: Hardik Pandya to miss 2 more games due to injury

Hardik Pandya Hardik Pandya will be missed by India as the all-round player will only be available for the final two World Cup league matches against South Africa on November 5 and the Netherlands. Pandya is not expected to be included in the squad before the England match in Lucknow. The Indian Express is aware that Pandya hasn't started bowling since suffering an ankle injury during last week's India vs. Bangladesh match in Pune. The medical staff at the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore will give him a few more days to heal. He is anticipated to report to Mumbai or Kolkata to join the Indian squad. The management of the Indian squad hopes he will be fully healthy for the final two games and does not want to rush him. The management of the Indian team, which is leading thi...
ODI World Cup: Jos Buttler on watching England’s white-ball reputation fade
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ODI World Cup: Jos Buttler on watching England’s white-ball reputation fade

jos butler On a leisurely pre-winter afternoon in Bangalore, the groundsmen and guards were still stretching their limbs, napping in the shade, and letting out deep yawns when Jos Buttler set foot on the ground. He looked up at the sun, which might have been kinder than the fire in Mumbai. He strolled to the square where three pitches were covered with a thin layer of tent cloth while he observed the eagles swooping down. A groundsman gave a sneak peek, his face wearing a puzzled expression. He stopped and turned around as he trudged back to the dressing room. He observed some of the best people in England working on their chores. Ben Stokes, the man of miracles, was swinging for the fences. One of the best batsmen England has produced in this generation, Joe Root, was practising la...