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  1. https://sports.ndtv.com/cricket/kapil-dev-lends-support-to-ms-dhoni-cites-sachin-tendulkars-example-1774475
  2. T20 World Cup for the Blind 2017

    In regular cricket it's all about eye and hand co-ordination, here it's ear and hand co-ordination. In fact, it is a modified version of cricket which is designed to be played by blind and partially sighted athletes. The following are the main topics to play Blind Cricket: Ball (Auditory Ball): The ball used is significantly larger than the regular cricket ball and is filled with ball bearings that provide audible cues. Stumps: The stumps used are also much larger than regular cricket stumps. It made up of hollow metal pipes, it should have three tubular stumps that is either fluorescent orange or yellow and many more. Segregation of Players: There are a total number of 11 players in the two teams playing the match. Each team has four players who are totally blind, categorised under B1. Three players, partially blind, categorized under B2 and four players, partially sighted, categorized under B3. Source: Rules for Blind Cricket
  3. Kohli is arguably the best T20 batsman in the world and he has been successful at no.3.Why make him open? He is being forced to Open so that has beens like Raina and Yuvraj can play. I can understand,Dhoni being a Wk/batsman being in the team but Why is Raina in the team?He is overweight and out of shape and has been work.Yuvraj may still have something to give the team in ODI format,but its clear that he can no longer come out and hit from the word go,he needs time to settle before he can do that.That cannot happen in T20. In midst of this we are losing matches and spoiling Kohli's form.
  4. vs Form guide West Indies WWLLW (last five completed matches, most recent first) Sri Lanka WLLLW Watch out for Marlon Samuels is one of eight men still standing from West Indies' title triumph in 2012. And it was his innings that refused Sri Lanka the joy of becoming world champions at home. A man capable of taking your breath away with his strokeplay and tear your hair out when he is out of form, Samuels continues to be an enigma 15 years since his debut. Dinesh Chandimal is remaking himself as a T20 opener. Some of that is because most reckon he can slip into Mahela Jayawardene's shoes. While that can be a heavy burden, Chandimal can turn it to his advantage. Presently he tries to hit the ball a bit too hard. For a batsman whose skill lies in timing and imagination, he does not need to rely on such crude tactics. Jayawardene certainly did not. Team news Indications from West Indies' training session on the eve of the match are that they would keep to the same XI that played England. They might be tempted to find a way to include Jason Holder, who had come out as an opener during the warm-up stage. West Indies (probable) 1.Chris Gayle, 2 Johnson Charles, 3 Marlon Samuels, 4 Dinesh Ramdin (wk), 5 Dwayne Bravo, 6 Andre Russell, 7 Darren Sammy, 8 Carlos Brathwaite, 9 Samuel Badree, 10 Jerome Taylor, Sulieman Benn. Sri Lanka do have plenty of bowling options, and that is bound to come useful. They may retain the same XI that beat Afghanistan last Thursday. Sri Lanka (probable) 1.Tillakaratne Dilshan, 2 Dinesh Chandimal (wk), 3 Lahiru Thirimanne, 4 Milinda Siriwardana, 5 Angelo Mathews (capt), 6 Thisara Perera, 7 Chamara Kapugedera, 8 Shehan Jayasuriya, 9 Nuwan Kulasekara, 10 Dushmantha Chameera, 11 Rangana Herath. Pitch and conditions Dharamsala and Nagpur have been slow on the take. Mumbai has been in the batsmen's pockets, and if history is anything to go by, Bangalore will be too. There was a tinge of green to the pitch at M Chinnaswamy stadium, but it is unlikely to hinder strokeplay. If anything, it might help the ball come onto the bat quicker. Chasing has been the favoured route here, even without the complication of dew. The forecast is for a clear day, but a cloudy night.
  5. Preview Tomorrow (02/24) at 13.30 GMT the Bangladeshi Tigers are going to leap on to their relatively large in size neighbor. As is the tradition of the jungle, the pitch could be expected to be green. The highly talented and versatile Bangladeshi pace battery is eager to send chills down the spine of the Indian team. On the eve of the game, Legends Sir Vivian Richards and Shane Warne both finally conceded that the Tigers were good enough to beat a 11 consisting of best WI and Aus players. Bangladeshi captain, Mashrafe Mortaza, signaled his team's preparedness - "We had all our experiments done against Zimbabwe in January. There's no room for any such experiments in the Asia Cup. This is a very important tournament ahead of the World T20." Tigers coach Lion, Chandika Hathurusingha, has been concentrating on helping the Tigers build skills that are vital to success in the shortest format. In cricket size does not matter. The Indian team is visibly in awe of its great cricketing neighbor. It is reported that by just visualizing the threat from Bangladesh, Indian captain Dhoni developed back spasms. In fact, the team is probably confused about whether their captain will take the field tomorrow. Vice Captain Kohli who could face the challenge of leading his team to the wild and hungry Tigers had only this to say - "As many different teams as we play before the World T20, it gives us an opportunity to assess what the teams are like, what the balance is like, what their strengths and weaknesses are and where we stand against them." Indian Team Director, Shastri, after mustering some courage and with a heavy lump in his throat said - "We don't want to always come from behind. Sometimes we want to start also well. So hopefully we'll be looking to do that in this tournament," Teams: BANGLADESHI TIGERS (probable): 1 Soumya Sarkar, 2 Mohammad Mithun, 3 Sabbir Rahman, 4 Mahmudullah, 5 Mushfiqur Rahim, 6 Shakib Al Hasan, 7 Nurul Hasan (wk), 8 Mashrafe Mortaza (capt), 9 Arafat Sunny, 10 Mustafizur Rahman, 11 Al-Amin Hossain INDIAN HUNTERS (probable): 1 Shikhar Dhawan, 2 Rohit Sharma, 3 Virat Kohli, 4 Suresh Raina, 5 Yuvraj Singh, 6 MS Dhoni (capt & wk)/ Parthiv Patel, 7 Hardik Pandya, 8 Ravindra Jadeja, 9 R Ashwin, 10 Jasprit Bumrah, 11 Ashish Nehra In anticipation of the mauling that India is likely to get at the wild hands of the ferocious Tigers, Bangladeshi fans have already sounded the bugle: Meanwhile in India, the famous Tiger Hunter Sehwag finds it hard to understand what the fuss about Bangladesh is : While Binny feels that by not being in the squad to play vs. BD, he has lost the opportunity to pick up another 5-for: Stay tuned to find out whose blood would spray on the fields of Mirpur, whether the Tigers maul Ind or will Ind produce another Tiger Hunter PS Other Previews: vs Pak Markhors vs SL Lions
  6. Asia Cup 2016 will be played in T20 format Due to T20 world cup 2016. This tournament is shifting from ODI Format to T20 format. And it is the first time T20 format since 1984. Bangladesh is the host for Asia Cup T20 2016 ACC (Asian Cricket Council) has declared the Schedule for Asia Cup T20 2016 Asia cup 2016 is starting on 24 February 2016. Teams: Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, (1 Qualifier team) Asia Cup 2016 T20 Cricket Schedule ICC T20 World Cup 2016 Schedule | Time Table | Fixtures http://www.tonefair.com/2016/01/icc-t20-world-cup-2016-schedule-time.html Thanks.

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