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Tuesday, January 16, 2018

2018 India Tour of South Africa Jan 05 - Feb 24,2018 - Dinesh Karthik to Replace Injured Saha for Third Test @ Johannesburg that starts on Jan 24,2018



Tamil Nadu keeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik has been named as a replacement for the injured Wriddhiman Saha for the third and final Test between India and South Africa, a BCCI mail said. Saha had suffered an upper left hamstring tendon injury during training, after the first Test. The mail further added that the BCCI Medical Team will continue to monitor his progress.


After Saha's injury, Parthiv Patel was the obvious choice to fill the vacant spot for the second Test. Though Saha was ordinary with the bat in the first Test, he was brilliant with the gloves. Saha broke former skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni's record to set a new milestone of most number of catches taken by an Indian glovesman in a match, during the first Test.

Saha managed to take as many as ten matches in the two innings to take the top spot in the list, overtaking Dhoni's record which he set during the Melbourne Test against Australia in 2014. Saha picked five catches in each of the two innings to take the numero uno spot.

Also, Saha became only the fifth wicket-keeper ever to scalp ten catches in a match. Saha joined the likes of Robert Taylor and Adam Gilchrist to take 10 catches, while he is now only behind Jack Russell and AB De Villiers in this illustrious list. 

2018 ICC U-19 World Cup in New Zealand Jan 13 - Feb 03,2018 - Match 15 Group A South Africa Vs West Indies@ Mount Maunganui Wednesday Jan 17,2018


The 2018 ICC U-19 World Cup in New Zealand is  the 12th season and the 3rd to be held in New Zealand after 2002 & 2010

Defending Champion

West Indies beat India by 5 wickets at the 2016 Under-19 Cricket World Cup in Bangladesh


Past Winners

1988 - Australia beat Pakistan by 5 wickets (Tournament Held in Australia)
1998 - England beat New Zealand by 7 Wickets (Tournament Held in South Africa)
2000 -  India beat Sri Lanka by 6 wickets ( Tournament Held in Sri Lanka)
2002 -  Australia beat South Africa by 7 wickets ( Tournament Held in New Zealand)
2004 -  Pakistan beat West Indies by 25 Runs ( Tournament Held in Bangladesh)
2006 -  Pakistan beat India by 38 Runs ( Tournament Held in Sri Lanka)
2008 -  India beat South Africa by 12 Runs ( Tournament Held in Malaysia)
2010 -  Australia beat Pakistan by 25 Runs ( Tournament Held in New Zealand)
2012 -  India beat Australia by 6 wickets(Tournament Held in Australia)
2014 -  South Africa beat Pakistan by 6 wickets (Tournament Held in UAE)
2016 -  West Indies beat India by 5 wickets ( Tournament Held in Bangladesh)


Participating Teams - 16

The 10 full members of the ICC as of 2016, qualified automatically for the tournament.
  1. Australia
  2. Bangladesh
  3. England
  4. India
  5. New Zealand
  6. Pakistan
  7. South Africa
  8. Sri Lanka
  9. West Indies
  10. Zimbabwe

Namibia which placed seventh at the 2016 World Cup, also qualified automatically as the highest ranked Associate Member


The other 5 places in the tournament were awarded to the winners of the five regional under-19 tournaments
  1. Afghanistan
  2. Canada
  3. Kenya
  4. Papua New Guinea
  5. Ireland

2018 ICC U-19 World Cup in New Zealand Jan 13 - Feb 03,2018 - Match 14 Group A New Zealand Vs Kenya @ Christchurch Wednesday Jan 17,2018


The 2018 ICC U-19 World Cup in New Zealand is  the 12th season and the 3rd to be held in New Zealand after 2002 & 2010

Defending Champion

West Indies beat India by 5 wickets at the 2016 Under-19 Cricket World Cup in Bangladesh


Past Winners

1988 - Australia beat Pakistan by 5 wickets (Tournament Held in Australia)
1998 - England beat New Zealand by 7 Wickets (Tournament Held in South Africa)
2000 -  India beat Sri Lanka by 6 wickets ( Tournament Held in Sri Lanka)
2002 -  Australia beat South Africa by 7 wickets ( Tournament Held in New Zealand)
2004 -  Pakistan beat West Indies by 25 Runs ( Tournament Held in Bangladesh)
2006 -  Pakistan beat India by 38 Runs ( Tournament Held in Sri Lanka)
2008 -  India beat South Africa by 12 Runs ( Tournament Held in Malaysia)
2010 -  Australia beat Pakistan by 25 Runs ( Tournament Held in New Zealand)
2012 -  India beat Australia by 6 wickets(Tournament Held in Australia)
2014 -  South Africa beat Pakistan by 6 wickets (Tournament Held in UAE)
2016 -  West Indies beat India by 5 wickets ( Tournament Held in Bangladesh)


Participating Teams - 16

The 10 full members of the ICC as of 2016, qualified automatically for the tournament.
  1. Australia
  2. Bangladesh
  3. England
  4. India
  5. New Zealand
  6. Pakistan
  7. South Africa
  8. Sri Lanka
  9. West Indies
  10. Zimbabwe

Namibia which placed seventh at the 2016 World Cup, also qualified automatically as the highest ranked Associate Member


The other 5 places in the tournament were awarded to the winners of the five regional under-19 tournaments
  1. Afghanistan
  2. Canada
  3. Kenya
  4. Papua New Guinea
  5. Ireland

2018 ICC U-19 World Cup in New Zealand Jan 13 - Feb 03,2018 - Match 13 Group B Australia Vs Zimbabwe @Lincoln Wednesday Jan 17,2018


The 2018 ICC U-19 World Cup in New Zealand is  the 12th season and the 3rd to be held in New Zealand after 2002 & 2010

Defending Champion

West Indies beat India by 5 wickets at the 2016 Under-19 Cricket World Cup in Bangladesh


Past Winners

1988 - Australia beat Pakistan by 5 wickets (Tournament Held in Australia)
1998 - England beat New Zealand by 7 Wickets (Tournament Held in South Africa)
2000 -  India beat Sri Lanka by 6 wickets ( Tournament Held in Sri Lanka)
2002 -  Australia beat South Africa by 7 wickets ( Tournament Held in New Zealand)
2004 -  Pakistan beat West Indies by 25 Runs ( Tournament Held in Bangladesh)
2006 -  Pakistan beat India by 38 Runs ( Tournament Held in Sri Lanka)
2008 -  India beat South Africa by 12 Runs ( Tournament Held in Malaysia)
2010 -  Australia beat Pakistan by 25 Runs ( Tournament Held in New Zealand)
2012 -  India beat Australia by 6 wickets(Tournament Held in Australia)
2014 -  South Africa beat Pakistan by 6 wickets (Tournament Held in UAE)
2016 -  West Indies beat India by 5 wickets ( Tournament Held in Bangladesh)


Participating Teams - 16

The 10 full members of the ICC as of 2016, qualified automatically for the tournament.
  1. Australia
  2. Bangladesh
  3. England
  4. India
  5. New Zealand
  6. Pakistan
  7. South Africa
  8. Sri Lanka
  9. West Indies
  10. Zimbabwe

Namibia which placed seventh at the 2016 World Cup, also qualified automatically as the highest ranked Associate Member


The other 5 places in the tournament were awarded to the winners of the five regional under-19 tournaments
  1. Afghanistan
  2. Canada
  3. Kenya
  4. Papua New Guinea
  5. Ireland

2018 ICC U-19 World Cup in New Zealand Jan 13 - Feb 03,2018 - Match 12 Group D Afghanistan Vs Sri Lanka @ Whangarei Wednesday Jan 17,2018


The 2018 ICC U-19 World Cup in New Zealand is  the 12th season and the 3rd to be held in New Zealand after 2002 & 2010

Defending Champion

West Indies beat India by 5 wickets at the 2016 Under-19 Cricket World Cup in Bangladesh


Past Winners

1988 - Australia beat Pakistan by 5 wickets (Tournament Held in Australia)
1998 - England beat New Zealand by 7 Wickets (Tournament Held in South Africa)
2000 -  India beat Sri Lanka by 6 wickets ( Tournament Held in Sri Lanka)
2002 -  Australia beat South Africa by 7 wickets ( Tournament Held in New Zealand)
2004 -  Pakistan beat West Indies by 25 Runs ( Tournament Held in Bangladesh)
2006 -  Pakistan beat India by 38 Runs ( Tournament Held in Sri Lanka)
2008 -  India beat South Africa by 12 Runs ( Tournament Held in Malaysia)
2010 -  Australia beat Pakistan by 25 Runs ( Tournament Held in New Zealand)
2012 -  India beat Australia by 6 wickets(Tournament Held in Australia)
2014 -  South Africa beat Pakistan by 6 wickets (Tournament Held in UAE)
2016 -  West Indies beat India by 5 wickets ( Tournament Held in Bangladesh)


Participating Teams - 16

The 10 full members of the ICC as of 2016, qualified automatically for the tournament.
  1. Australia
  2. Bangladesh
  3. England
  4. India
  5. New Zealand
  6. Pakistan
  7. South Africa
  8. Sri Lanka
  9. West Indies
  10. Zimbabwe

Namibia which placed seventh at the 2016 World Cup, also qualified automatically as the highest ranked Associate Member


The other 5 places in the tournament were awarded to the winners of the five regional under-19 tournaments
  1. Afghanistan
  2. Canada
  3. Kenya
  4. Papua New Guinea
  5. Ireland

2018 India Tour of South Africa Jan 05 - Feb 24,2018 - Virat Kohli Fined 25 Percent Match Fee for Breaching Code of Conduct in the 2nd Test @ Centurion on Day 3 Monday Jan 15,2018





Indian captain Virat Kohli was reprimanded by the ICC's match officials and received one demerit point for breaching Level 1 of the code of conduct during third day's play of second Test match between India and South Africa on Monday Jan 15,2018

Kohli has also been fined 25 per cent of his match fee. The Indian captain was found to have breached Article 2.1.1 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel, which relates to “conduct that is contrary to the spirit of the game.”

Monday’s incident happened in the 25th over of South Africa’s second innings when Kohli continued to complain to umpire Michael Gough about the ball being affected by a damp outfield following a rain delay, before throwing the ball into the ground in an aggressive manner.

After the day’s play, Kohli pleaded guilty to the offence and accepted the sanction proposed by Chris Broad of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees and, as such, there was no need for a formal hearing.

The charge was levelled by on-field umpires Michael Gough and Paul Reiffel, third umpire Richard Kettleborough and fourth umpire Allahudien Palekar.

Level 1 breaches carry a minimum penalty of an official reprimand, a maximum penalty of 50 per cent of a player’s match fee, and one or two demerit points. 

Monday, January 15, 2018

2018 Tri-Nation ODI Series in Dhaka, Bangladesh Jan 15-27,2018 - Second ODI Bangladesh Vs Zimbabwe @ Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur Wednesday Jan 17,2018



Schedule

First ODI  Bangladesh Vs Zimbabwe on Jan 15,2018

Second ODI Sri Lanka Vs Zimbabwe on Jan 17,2018

Third ODI Bangladesh Vs Sri Lanka on Jan 19,2018

Fourth ODI Sri Lanka Vs Zimbabwe on Jan 21,2018

Fifth ODI  Zimbabwe Vs Bangladesh on Jan 23,2018

Sixth ODI Bangladesh Vs Sri Lanka on Jan 25,2018

Final on Jan 27,2018

2018 Tri-Nation ODI Series in Dhaka, Bangladesh  Jan 15-27,2018  - Match Results

First ODI Bangladesh Vs Zimbabwe on Monday Jan 15,2017
 Scorecard
Zimbabwe    170/10 in 49 Overs
Bangladesh   172/2 in28.3 Overs
Match Result - Bangladesh won by 8 wickets
MOM - Shakib ul Hasan(Bangladesh) for his 3/43(10 Overs) and 37(46 Balls 4x5)