Last updated on August 3rd, 2023 at 02:17 pm
Here is Today’s Top Cricket News around the world which includes Events, Rules, Matches and a lot more things.
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New Zealand’s Young all-rounder, Micheal Bracewell, was ruled out of ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023:
During IPL 2023, New Zealand Skipper Kane Williamson was injured and ruled out of World Cup 2023. After him, Micheal Bracewell will not play cricket for the Next 6 to 8 months due to right Achilles; therefore, he will go to the UK for Surgery on Thursday.
Marnus Labuschagne, Steve Smith, and Travis Head hold the top three spot in ICC Men’s Test Player Ranking (Batting):
After Winning WTC Final 2023, Travis Head and Steve Smith got promoted in the ICC Men’s Test Player Ranking (Batting) due to their magnificent Performances in the finals. This Happened in 1984 when West Indies’ three players held the top three spots.
England announces their Playing XI for the 1st Test of Ashes 2023 Series:
England’s Playing XI: Zak Crawley, Ben Duckett, Ollie Pope, Joe Root, Harry Brooks, Ben Stokes, Jonny Bairstow, Moeen Ali, Ollie Robinson, Stuart Board, James Anderson.
ECB announces Venue for Ashes 2025 and 2029:
For Ashes 2025: The Kia Oval, Edgbaston, Headingley and Emirates Old Trafford are shortlisted.
For Ashes 2029: Lord’s, The Kia Oval, Edgbaston, Emirates Old Trafford and The Ageas Bowl.
SA20 Teams purse move from USD 1.84 Million to USD 2.1 Million for next season:
From Next Season, SA20 Teams will get a Purchasing Purse of USD 2.1 Million and a Few more matches will also be added in the upcoming season.
ICC to take tough calls on Franchise Cricket:
ICC to make strict guidelines for Franchise Cricket to protect International matches. Some key highlights are
- Only Four Overseas players are allowed in the playing XI.
- A Minimum of Four Domestic Players must be added to the Playing XI.
- The player’s respective boards will give a 10% release fee for allowing their players to play franchise cricket.
Josh Hazlewood is looking to play at least three test matches in Ashes 2023:
The first Test of Ashes 2023 will start on June 16th at Edgbaston, Josh Hazlewood wants to play test cricket in England, but Due to a minor injury, he was ruled out of WTC Final 2023.
Scott Boland came in his place, but he gave a Phenomenal Performance in the finals as he took five wickets. So, It will be a tough selection call for Australian Team Management to determine whom they include in the playing XI.
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