Latest Cricket News Updates https://cricwaves.appspot.com Latest news from cricwaves.appspot.com (c)cricwaves.appspot.com en-gb Sun 24 Oct 2021 Australia’s pace warhorse Peter Siddle announces retirement from international cricket https://cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/WDWJ6tDmOu_drh-sevawcirc/australias-pace-warhorse-peter-siddle-announces-retirement-from-international-cricket.html Veteran Australian pacer Peter Siddle has announced his retirement from international cricket at 35. Siddle was picked in the squad for the Test series against New Zealand KFC BBL T20 : Melbourne Renegade Vs Sydney Thunder, 11th Match at Melbourne Live Scores, 30 Dec, 2014 https://cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/tGzK6lBbGq_drh-sevawcirc/kfc-bbl-t20-melbourne-renegade-vs-sydney-thunder-11th-match-at-melbourne-live-scores-30-dec-2014.html KFC Big Bash League, 2014-15: Melbourne Renegade Vs Sydney Thunder, 11th Match Live Scores at Melbourne, 30 Dec, 2014. Match scheduled to begin at 19:10 local time (08:10 GMT) England retain Ashes as rain forces a draw at Manchester https://cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/W6flDUuUiq_drh-sevawcirc/england-retain-ashes-as-rain-forces-a-draw-at-manchester.html Persistent rain robbed Australia a great opportunity to keep the Ashes alive at Old Trafford. Only three balls were bowled post lunch on the final day before rain settled down to force abandonment. Bad weather spoils Australia’s chances at Old Trafford https://cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/UWlw1d8G9T_drh-sevawcirc/bad-weather-spoils-australias-chances-at-old-trafford.html Australia’s chances of bouncing back in the Ashes Series with a win at Old Trafford look minimal because of bad weather. The Third Test is all set to end in a stalemate as just about 56 overs were bowled on the penultimate day. The weather forecast for the final day isn’t too great for the Aussies to force a win. England in the driver's seat in Lord's Test after Aussie collapse https://cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/DXr7EGRJzQ_drh-sevawcirc/england-in-the-drivers-seat-in-lords-test-after-aussie-collapse.html England is very much in the driver’s seat in the Lord’s Test after just two days of cricket. The hosts may be three down for 31 in their second innings but they are already ahead by 264 runs on a pitch that is extremely dry because of the hot weather. England hold edge as 15 wickets go down on Ashes opening day https://cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/GHohiyjSW5_drh-sevawcirc/england-hold-edge-as-15-wickets-go-down-on-ashes-opening-day.html As many as 15 wickets went down on the opening day’s play of Ashes 2013 as the ball wobbled all around under cloudy conditions at Nottingham. Hosts England hold the edge after reducing Australia to 75 for 4 by Stumps on Day 1. Bhuvneshwar's triple blow leaves Aussies in danger zone https://cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/uPBJBh2zn6_drh-sevawcirc/bhuvneshwars-triple-blow-leaves-aussies-in-danger-zone.html Australia are in the danger of losing the Third Test at Mohali after losing three top order wickets in 21 overs before stumps on Day 4. The visitors were jolted by Bhuvneshwar Kumar who used both conventional and reverse swing to take all the three wickets to fall to give India hopes of a victory. These men must stand up for Australia https://cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/3xe8j8G5xY_drh-sevawcirc/these-men-must-stand-up-for-australia.html It has been a few days since Australia were battered and bruised by the Indians at Hyderabad. And, a few more days are left before the two teams lock horns again, at Mohali on March 14. Australian fast bowlers have the ability to trouble India https://cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/20ySrvmnVn_drh-sevawcirc/australian-fast-bowlers-have-the-ability-to-trouble-india.html The first batch of Australian players have left for India to get accustomed to the conditions even as the others battle it out at home in the one-dayers against the West Indians. Normally, the spinners are expected to play a big part in the sub-continental conditions.