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  1. Group A- Australia, India, Pakistan, Barbados Group B- England, New Zealand, South Africa, Sri Lanka (All matches at Edgbaston, Birmingham!) Jul 29, Fri Australia Women vs India Women 1st Match, Group A 16:30 IST / 11:00 GMT Jul 29, Fri Barbados Women vs Pakistan Women 2nd Match, Group A 23:30 IST / 18:00 GMT Jul 30, Sat New Zealand Women vs South Africa Women 3rd Match, Group B 16:30 IST / 11:00 GMT Jul 30, Sat England Women vs Sri Lanka Women 4th Match, Group B 23:30 IST / 18:00 GMT Jul 31, Sun India Women vs Pakistan Women 5th Match, Group A 16:30 IST / 11:00 GMT Jul 31, Sun Australia Women vs Barbados Women 6th Match, Group A 23:30 IST / 18:00 GMT Aug 02, Tue England Women vs South Africa Women 7th Match, Group B 16:30 IST / 11:00 GMT Aug 02, Tue New Zealand Women vs Sri Lanka Women 8th Match, Group B 23:30 IST / 18:00 GMT Aug 03, Wed Australia Women vs Pakistan Women 9th Match, Group A 16:30 IST / 11:00 GMT Aug 03, Wed India Women vs Barbados Women 10th Match, Group A 23:30 IST / 18:00 GMT Aug 04, Thu South Africa Women vs Sri Lanka Women 11th Match, Group B 16:30 IST / 11:00 GMT Aug 04, Thu England Women vs New Zealand Women 12th Match, Group B 23:30 IST / 18:00 GMT Aug 06, Sat TBC vs TBC 1st Semi-Final 16:30 IST / 11:00 GMT Aug 06, Sat TBC vs TBC 2nd Semi-Final 23:30 IST / 18:00 GMT Aug 07, Sun TBC vs TBC 3rd Place Play-off 15:30 IST / 10:00 GMT Aug 07, Sun TBC vs TBC Final 22:30 IST / 17:00 GMT
  2. My favorite Indian cricketer for a) talent, b) fearless attitude, c) multiple skills (when fully fit). A thread for his fans! He got injured in the last game so do not know the status but if he plays, I want him to bat during the middle overs to take on 4th-5th-6th bowlers. I do not want Ind to milk this period of play to rely heavily on death overs, which can be a lottery. SDP's job should be to go for big hits fearlessly without worrying about getting out. If he gets out, it is ok as other batsmen can play out the 20 overs by getting odd hits in. SDP should be the game changer and momentum creator. Apart from that I want every Indian batsmen to press on full throttle once they have played 20 balls (earlier the better). Many times, we see some of the batsmen continue to milk the bowling even after playing 30-40 balls (and even when 4th-5th-6th bowlers are on), only opening up later on (and even get out as soon as they change gears despite playing so many balls) and at times the hitting is left to the point when there is no other option. I also read many posts where people expect a new batsman to play as if he has played 10-20 balls and has time to wait for loose balls. Batting at the death, if you wait, the game could get over before you know. You have to make things happen. You cannot play like a Rohit/Kohli for example where you do tuk tuk for 19 balls to be 19 off 19 and when a short ball is bowled, you hit it for a 6 to be 25 off 20 (that is not T20s unless the conditions demand that). Then rinse and repeat. At the end (or any time in T20s), you need to create opportunities even on balls that are difficult to hit. Sir Don Pandya, go out and play the most fearless cricket that you can play. Ind make something out of the tournament or go out in style entertaining fans:
  3. With the squad announced, the excitement for the world cup is slowly picking up! Below are the groups: Group 1: Aus, Eng, SA & WI + 2 teams Group 2: AFG, Ind, NZ, & Pak + 2 teams SL is expected to join G1 and BD G2. Fixtures: Link Squads: Link Which team is the favorite to win the world cup (Vote in the poll too which closes before the start of the tournament)? Will this be a tournament of the underdogs/dark horses?
  4. The much-delayed Indian domestic season gets underway on January 10 with the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, the domestic T20 competition. That is the first domestic tournament in India since the end of the 2019-2020 Ranji Trophy last March. The severity of the Covid-19 pandemic in India has posed a massive challenge for the BCCI to conduct any cricket at all. At the moment, only the Mushtaq Ali trophy has been scheduled as part of the domestic calendar, which could well be restricted to just white-ball games. The T20 tournament will be hugely significant this year, not just for the IPL auction, which is likely on February 11, but for the new senior selection committee to draw up a wider pool of players for the T20 World Cup, which will be played in India later this year. https://www.espncricinfo.com/story/syed-mushtaq-ali-trophy-time-to-audition-fine-tune-for-ipl-and-t20-world-cup-1246997
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