Latest Cricket News Updates http://2.4.cricwaves-hrd.appspot.com Latest news from 2.4.cricwaves-hrd.appspot.com (c)2.4.cricwaves-hrd.appspot.com en-gb Mon 28 Sep 2020 How a simple piece of advice from Gavaskar helped Inzamam overcome rough patch http://2.4.cricwaves-hrd.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/NNdMplyS0i_drh-sevawcirc/how-a-simple-piece-of-advice-from-gavaskar-helped-inzamam-overcome-rough-patch.html Pakistan legend Inzamam-ul-Haq recently revealed how former India opener Sunil Gavaskar’s advice enabled him to overcome a tough phase in his career. Inzamam went on his first tour to England following a memorable 1992 World Cup in Australia. However, he was facing constant troubles with short-pitched deliveries. Gavaskar suggests an interesting way for both T20 World Cup and IPL to be held http://2.4.cricwaves-hrd.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/esMVjxROuf_drh-sevawcirc/gavaskar-suggests-an-interesting-way-for-both-t20-world-cup-and-ipl-to-be-held.html Former India skipper and legend Sunil Gavaskar has suggested that if India and Australia agree to swap the T20 World Cups then both the tournament and the Indian Premier League (IPL) can be held later in the year if COVID-19 subsides. Australia are scheduled to host the T20 World Cup later this year, and India in 2021. Health of nation important: Gavaskar on IPL being postponed http://2.4.cricwaves-hrd.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/chJEhVf0C1_drh-sevawcirc/health-of-nation-important-gavaskar-on-ipl-being-postponed.html Former India cricketer Sunil Gavaskar termed the decision of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to postpone the start of the India Premier League (IPL) to April 15 as the right one. Does anyone keep himself away from playing for India for that long? Gavaskar questions Dhoni http://2.4.cricwaves-hrd.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/lx7TPPh2cm_drh-sevawcirc/does-anyone-keep-himself-away-from-playing-for-india-for-that-long-gavaskar-questions-dhoni.html Former India captain and legend Sunil Gavaskar has expressed his displeasure at MS Dhoni making himself unavailable for India ever since the World Cup 2019 First-ever Day-Night Test in India: All that you must know http://2.4.cricwaves-hrd.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/bcVoLUFB8n_drh-sevawcirc/first-ever-day-night-test-in-india-all-that-you-must-know.html India is set to host their maiden Day-Night Test match, at Eden Gardens in Kolkata from Friday. This will be the first pink-ball encounter for both India Stats of Day-Night Tests should be different from regular matches: Sunil Gavaskar http://2.4.cricwaves-hrd.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/uBLfFNCD3k_drh-sevawcirc/stats-of-day-night-tests-should-be-different-from-regular-matches-sunil-gavaskar.html Former India opener Sunil Gavaskar is of the view that the statistics for day-night Test matches should be different from those of regular Test matches. Gavaskar made Dhoni must go without being pushed out: Gavaskar has his say on MSD retirement debate http://2.4.cricwaves-hrd.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/SfO85tMlEo_drh-sevawcirc/dhoni-must-go-without-being-pushed-out-gavaskar-has-his-say-on-msd-retirement-debate.html India legend Sunil Gavaskar is the latest to join the MS Dhoni retirement debate. In no uncertain terms, he has stated that Dhoni must hang up his boots Gavaskar believes not Rishabh Pant but this batsman should be India's number 4 http://2.4.cricwaves-hrd.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/Sks5wAfJyy_drh-sevawcirc/gavaskar-believes-not-rishabh-pant-but-this-batsman-should-be-indias-number-4.html Virat Kohli and the Indian team management have been backing wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant at number four since the World Cup, despite his constant failures. However, India legend Sunil Gavaskar does not support the move and feels Shreyas Iyer is much-better suited to the position Gavaskar believes not Rishabh Pant but this batsman should be India's number 4 http://2.4.cricwaves-hrd.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/ZEGgnsEKh9_drh-sevawcirc/gavaskar-believes-not-rishabh-pant-but-this-batsman-should-be-indias-number-4.html Virat Kohli and the Indian team management have been backing wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant at number four since the World Cup