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India’s exit from the ICC T20 World Cup also marked the end of the partnership between Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri as captain and coach. While Kohli is likely to continue as a leader in the ODIs and Tests, Shastri, along with his fellow coaches, have stepped down from their respective roles with their tenures coming to an end. In the build-up to the T20 World Cup, all the talk was centered around how the second half of the IPL, which was being played in the UAE, was the best preparation for the World Cup. However, now that India have crashed out in an unceremonious fashion, the IPL is becoming the scapegoat. Enjoy the action-packed edition of Cricket Today…

5 Young Guns Likely To Get More Chances To Establish Themselves In Team India Under Rahul Dravid

Continuing his great form, Gaikwad has cracked three consecutive fifties in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. There is every chance that the Maharashtra batter will be picked in the team for the series against New Zealand.

5 Young Guns Likely To Get More Chances To Establish Themselves In Team India Under Rahul Dravid

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5 Things Rahul Dravid Must Do To Help India Win An ICC Tournament

The first and foremost thing Dravid needs to try and bring in is having multi-format captains. The era of having one captain for all formats is over and India needs to understand this...

5 Things Rahul Dravid Must Do To Help India Win An ICC Tournament

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ICC T20 WC 2021, TEAM OF THE SECOND WEEK– WARNER TO LEAD, TWO INDIANS INCLUDED

England opener Jos Buttler has been in terrific form. He smashed a brilliant hundred against Sri Lanka to bail the team out of trouble after a poor start. His century all but assured the team of a place in the semis. He followed it up with a swift 26 against South Africa...

ICC T20 WC 2021, TEAM OF THE SECOND WEEK– WARNER TO LEAD, TWO INDIANS INCLUDED

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THE MIXED LEGACY OF RAVI SHASTRI

India did not lose a Test series at home during Shastri’s time as a coach. And while that is an impressive stat, the fact is that most other teams have also been dominant in the last decade at home...

THE MIXED LEGACY OF RAVI SHASTRI

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Sorry India, You Can't Blame Bio-Bubble Fatigue For Your T20 World Cup Disaster

In the build-up to the T20 World Cup, all the talk was centered around how the second half of the IPL, which was being played in the UAE, was the best preparation for the World Cup. Most Indian players and experts subscribed to this view unanimously...

Sorry India, You Can't Blame Bio-Bubble Fatigue For Your T20 World Cup Disaster

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10 Major Records Which Defined Virat Kohli's T20I Captaincy

Kohli has amassed 3,227 runs in T20Is at a phenomenal average of 52.04. This is the best tally by a batter in T20Is. Notably, Kohli is the second-highest scorer in T20Is as a skipper. The 33-year-old went on to pile up 1,570 runs as a captain at a strike rate of 140.55...

10 Major Records Which Defined Virat Kohli's T20I Captaincy

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Cricket Today Magazine Description:

PublisherDiamond Magazines Pvt. Ltd

CategorySports

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

Cricket Today Magazine is a monthly magazine published by Diamond Magazines Pvt. Ltd in India. It is a leading cricket magazine in India, providing readers with in-depth coverage of all aspects of the game, including:

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