الجمعة، 12 يونيو 2020

ECN Czech Super Series T10 League 2020 Schedule, Groups, Teams, Dates
ECN Czech Super Series T10 League 2020 Schedule, Groups, Teams, Dates

ECN Czech Super Series T10 League 2020 Schedule:


June 13 and June 14 – June Vinor Cricket Ground, Prague

ECN Czech Super Series T10 June 13:

  • 1:30 pm – Prague Barbarians Visigoths vs United CC
  • 3:30 pm – Prague Barbarians Visigoths v Bohemian CC
  • 5:30 pm – United CC vs Prague CC Kings
  • 7:30 pm – Bohemian CC vs Prague CC Kings

ECN Czech Super Series T10 June 14:

  • 1:30 pm – Bohemian CC vs United CC
  • 3:30 pm – Prague Barbarians Visigoths vs Prague CC Kings
  • 5:30 pm – Eliminator – R2 vs R3
  • 7:30 pm – R1 vs winner of the eliminator

June 20 and June 21 – Velvary Cricket Ground

ECN Czech Super Series T10 June 20:

  • 1:30 pm – Prague CC Knights vs Vinohrady Biancos
  • 3:30 pm – Prague CC Knights vs Vnohrady Rossos
  • 5:30 pm – Vinohrady Biancos vs Prague Spartans Biancos
  • 7:30 pm – Vinohrady Rossos vs Prague Spartans Vanguards

ECN Czech Super Series T10 June 21:

  • 1:30 pm – Vinohrady Biancos vs Vinohrady Rossos
  • 3:30 pm – Prague CC Kinghs vs Prague Spartans Vanguards
  • 5:30 pm – Eliminator – R2 vs R3
  • 7:30 pm – R1 vs winner of the eliminator

June 27 and June 28 – Vinor Cricket Ground, Prague

June 27:

  • 1:30 pm – Prague CC Rooks vs Prague Spartans Mobilizers
  • 3:30 pm – Prague CC Rooks vs Prague Barbarians Vandals
  • 5:30 pm – Prague Spartans Mobilizers vs Budejovice Barracudas CC
  • 7:30 pm – Prague Barbarians Vandals vs Budejovice Barracudas CC

ECN Czech Super Series T10 June 28:

  • 1:30 pm – Prague Spartans Mobilizers vs Prague Barbarians Vandals
  • 3:30 pm – Prague CC Rooks vs Budejovice Barracudas CC
  • 5:30 pm – Eliminator – R2 vs R3
  • 7:30 pm – R1 vs winner of the eliminator

July 4 and July 5 – Brno Cricket Ground

July 4:

  • 1:30 pm – Brno Raptors vs Moravian CC
  • 3:30 pm – Brno Raptors vs Brno Raiders
  • 5:30 pm – Brno Raiders vs Moravian CC
  • 7:30 pm – Brno Rangers vs Brno Raptors

ECN Czech Super Series T10 July 5:

  • 1:30 pm – Moravian CC vs Brno Rangers
  • 3:30 pm – Brno Raptors vs Brno Raiders
  • 5:30 pm – Eliminator – R2 vs R3
  • 7:30 pm – R1 vs winner of the eliminator

July 11 and 12 – Vinor Cricket Ground, Prague

ECN Czech Super Series T10 July 11:

  • 1:30 pm – Winner Group 1 vs Winner Group 2
  • 3:30 pm – Winner Group 1 vs Winner Group 3
  • 5:30 pm – Winner Group 2 vs Winner Group 4
  • 7:30 pm – Winner Group 3 vs Winner Group 4

ECN Czech Super Series T10 July 12:
  • 1:30 pm – Winner Group 2 vs Winner Group 3
  • 3:30 pm – Winner Group 1 vs Winner Group 4
  • 5:30 pm – (Eliminator) R2 vs R3
  • 7:30 pm – R1 vs winner of the eliminator – final

ECN Czech Super Series T10 Live streaming details:
The ECN Czech Super Series is understood to stream live on the European Cricket Network. In India, FanCode App will stream the tournament.

List of teams in the ECN Czech Super Series T10 League:
Group 1 – Bohemian CC, Prague Barbarian Visigoths, Prague CC King, United CC

Group 2 – Prague CC Knights, Prague Spartans Vanguards, Vinohrady Biancos, Vnohrady Rossos

Group 3 – Budejovice Barracudas CC, Prague Barbarians Vandals, Prague CC Rooks, Prague Spartans Mobilizers

الأربعاء، 10 يونيو 2020

Jahanara Alam Bio, Profile, Stats, Husband, Age, IPL, Height, Weight
Jahanara Alam Profile Bio

jahanara alam bio


Jahanara Alam Bio, Profile, Stats, Husband, Age, IPL, Height, Weight

  • Full name: Jahanara Alam
  • Born: April 1, 1993, Khulna
  • Current age: 27 Years, 2 Months, 9 Days
  • Major teams: Bangladesh Women, Velocity
  • Playing role: Bowler
  • Batting style: Right-Handed
  • Bowling style: Right-arm medium
  • 5 Wickets: T20 - 1
  • Batting Rank: NA
  • Bowling Rank: NA
  • Man of the Match: Test - NA, ODI - 1, T20I - NA, IPL - NA, FC - NA
  • Jahanara Alam Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/officialjahanaraalam26/?hl=en

Jahanara Alam (Bangladesh Cricketer) Height, Weight, DOB, Debut

  • DOB: 1 April 1993
  • Age: 27
  • Height: 1.63m
  • Weight: 56 Kg
  • Nickname: Janu
  • Debut: 26 November 2011 v Ireland - T20

Jahanara Alam Best Batting Performance

  • T20I -  18 vs Pakistan
  • ODI - 23* vs Pakistan
  • Women's IPL- Not Bat


Jahanara Alam Best Bowling Performance

  • T20I - 5/28
  • ODI - 3/28
  • Women's IPL - 0
Babar Azam Picks His Indo-Pak Current XI Fantasy Team
In a recent interview with Harsha Bhogle in Crickbuzz. The young batsman picks his fantasy team from current India and Pakistan Playing 11. He also picks Kuldeep Yadav, who picks his wicket in the last World Cup 2019 match. He also speaks about the comparison between Virat and him. 

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And he said what he likes to see on the first visit to India. Check the team pick by Babar Azam from Indo-Pak Current Playing 11, for the only T20 format. In This Team, there are 6 Indian players and 5 Pakistani players.

Babar Azam Picks His Indo-Pak Current XI Fantasy Team

  1. Rohit Sharma
  2. Babar Azam
  3. Virat Kohli
  4. Shoaib Malik
  5. MS Dhoni
  6. Hardik Pandya
  7. Shadab Khan
  8. Shaheen Shah Afridi
  9. Mohammad Amir
  10. Jasprit Bumrah
  11. Kuldeep Yadav


So,  this is the team pick by Babar and please what your view in this fantasy 11. You can see some of the good players is not in the list like KL Rahul.

الثلاثاء، 9 يونيو 2020

Highest Wicket Taker in Women's Cricket - ODI
Bowling is one of the three vital parts of cricket. Be that as it may, as the game has modernized, one may contend it has gotten all the more a batsman's down.


#1.J Goswami - 225

Jhulan Nishit Goswami is an Indian global cricketer and the previous chief of India national ladies' cricket crew. She is the most experienced bowler in Indian cricket history and the highest wicket-taker in women's cricket history. And it seems like the record never going to broke in the next 7 years ahead.

#2.CL Fitzpatrick - 180

Cathryn Lorraine Fitzpatrick is a retired Australian cricketer. She was perceived as the world's quickest female bowler all through her profession and turned into the primary lady to take 100 One Day International wickets. She had taken 180 wickets in her entire career in One Day Cricket.

#3.EA Perry - 152

Ellyse Perry, one of the most searched women cricketer of the current time is one of the highest wicket-taker in history with 152 wickets. This record is got by Perry in a very short span of her career. And she has also been part of two sports for her national team - soccer and cricket. In the future, definitely, you will she Ellyse Alexandra Perry in top 1 because she had enough of matches to play.

#4.Anisa Mohammed - 151

Anis Mohammed is a West Indian off-spin bowler and the fourth highest wicket-taker in the world. She made her debut in 2008. Anisa was also the first bowler for the West Indies to take 100 wickets in WODIs.

#5.Sana Mir - 151

Sana Mir is a former off-spin bowler and skipper of Pakistan Women's Cricket team. Sana Mir came from the country where all the greatest seamers in the globe came from. Sana Mir made her debut in 2005 in ODI against Sri Lanka. And in the career of 15 years, she had taken 151 wickets and Sana Mir is the highest wicket-taker from Pakistan Women's Team.

Searched: highest wicket taker in odi, jhulan goswami, highest wicket taker in women's odi, highest wicket taker in women's cricket, highest wicket taker in international cricket

Particularly with the development of T20 cricket, where it's everything about striking the ball out of the recreation center mercilessly and gathering the same number of runs under those numerous overs, the shorter configuration has transformed into a show of batsman transport.
Longest Six in Women's Cricket History - women cricket records
We've seen many long sixes in men's cricket, but the boundaries hit in Women's Cricket is less talk about. There are batters from Australian and Indian Women's Team who have set a record that is compared well with Men's Cricket. This post will tell you about the longest sixes in women's cricket history.

Longest Six in Women's Cricket History - women cricket records

Longest Six in Women's Cricket History

#1.Harmanpreet Kaur - 94m

The first position belongs to India's Harmanpreet Kaur - although her side lost the #WWC17 Final at Lord's, this big six against England was voted the Play of the Tournament!



#2.Shafali Verma - 88m

India's 15-year star-kid batter Shafali Verma smashed the joint-highest number of sixes at this 2020 ICC Women's T20 World Cup. The longest six came out in the match against Bangladesh, Shafali hit 37 runs in 17 balls and India won the match by 18 runs. The longest six came against the seamer Jahanara Alam where the ball goes between in long-on and deep mid-wicket.



#3.Sarah Taylor - 85m

Sarah Talor Hit humongous sixes against South Africa. In an ODI match, she hits three sixes in three slog sweeps, and one of the six is recorded as 105m. And considered as one of the longest six in women's cricket history.

#4.Mithali Raj - 82m

This was a match against the South African team in Cape Town. Mithali hit some huge sixes in the deep extra cover. She hit half-centuries in that match, India won that match too.

الاثنين، 8 يونيو 2020

Highest individual Run-Getter in Women’s ODI Cricket
Highest individual Run-Getter in Women’s ODI Cricket

In this article, we are counting down the highest individual run-getter in Women's ODI Cricket.

Highest individual Runs Getter in Women’s ODI Cricket

Belinda Jane Clark was the first since forever batsman to score a twofold century in a ladies' One Day International when she scored 229* (115) against Denmark ladies' group in 1997 World Cup, up to this point as the record was broken on 13 June 2018 by Amelia Kerr of New Zealand who scored 232* against Ireland.

Player
Runs
Balls
Team
Belinda Clark
229*
155
Australia Women
Chamari Atapattu
178*
143
Sri Lanka Women
Deepti Sharma
188
160
India Women
Charlotte Edwards
173*
155
England Women
Stafanie Taylor
171
137
West Indies Women
Suzie Bates
168
105
New Zealand Women

Most of the records are score in the Women's Cricket World Cup. Where only one non-world cup record is "Deepti Sharma." Deepti Sharma is the highest Indian Women run-getter, which was score against Ireland Women.

You can note that the five players on the list, are all from different teams.

Player
Runs
Balls
Team
Belinda Clark
229*
155
Australia Women
Chamari Atapattu
178*
143
Sri Lanka Women
Charlotte Edwards
173*
155
England Women
Stafanie Taylor
171
137
West Indies Women
Suzie Bates
168
105
New Zealand Women

Sri Lankan cricketer Chamari Atapattu played probably played one of the greatest innings ever in not only Women’s ODI cricket but one of the best in cricket history. Atapattu scored a brilliant unbeaten 178 off just 143 balls and powered her side to a total of 257/9 out of which her contribution was 69.26 percent in comparison to the total score of the Srilankan Women. This was the maiden time when a Sri Lankan Woman scoring a century in the World Cup and the 3rd century in ODIs; and surprisingly all the three 100s belong to Atapattu.

The only run-getter in the top five list that is not on her name is 88 by Vasanthi Ratnayake. The previous highest individual run-getter in the Women’s World Cup by a Sri Lankan player was Deepika Rasangika - 84 by in 2013 which was against India.

The highest run-getter is Jamaican Stafnie Taylor from West Indies Women 177 against Srilankan Women in 2013.

الأحد، 7 يونيو 2020

Sufyan Mehmood Bio, Stats, Records, DOB, Images, Runs, Average
Sufyan Mehmood is 29 years old Oman all-rounder cricketer. He is the first Arab player to play in a Cricket Internationa T20I world cup. Sufyan is special bowling all-rounder to Oman. He played 4 T20 matches and taken 2 wickets.

Sufyan Mehmood Bio, Stats, Records, DOB, Images, Runs, Average


  • Full name: Sufyan Mehmood
  • DOB: October 21, 1991, Muscat, Oman
  • Age: 29 years 
  • Wickets: 2
  • Language Known: Hindi, Urdu
  • Teams: Oman, Oman Under-17s, Oman Under-19s, Rupandehi Challengers, Swift Gallopers
  • Batting style: Left-hand ba
  • Bowling style: Right-arm medium



Sufyan Mehmood Career Stats

T20I Debut: Hong Kong v Oman at Abu Dhabi, Nov 26, 2015
Last T20I: Oman v Maldives at Al Amerat, Feb 25, 2020
List A debut: UAE v Oman at ICCA Dubai, Oct 13, 2016
Last List A: UAE v Oman at ICCA Dubai, Oct 15, 2016
T20s debut: Ireland v Oman at Abu Dhabi, Mar 20, 2012
Last T20s: Oman v Maldives at Al Amerat, Feb 25, 2020

That's all for Sufyan Mehmood Bio, Stats, Records, DOB, Images, Runs, Average.
Women's T20 Challenge (IPL) Head To Head | H2H | Prediction | Dream Team
The Women's T20 Challenge, otherwise called Women's IPL, is an Indian ladies' Twenty20 cricket competition. The competition was the first time presented in 2018 in Mumbai. This article brings you the head to head records of Women's IPL teams




  • Tournament: Women's T20 Challenge (Women's IPL)
  • Teams: 3, 4(2020)
  • Champions: IPL Supernovas (2 Times)
  • Organizer: BCCI
  • Teams Name: Supernovas, Velocity, Trailblazers


Women's T20 Challenge (IPL) Head To Head | H2H 


In the debut release, IPL Supernovas dominated the game by 3 wickets in a last-over thriller. In 2019 it was a three-group competition rather than an irregular match, including another group called IPL Velocity alongside IPL Trailblazers and IPL Supernovas. IPL Supernovas beat IPL Velocity by 4 wickets in the second version and held their title.

IPL Supernovas vs IPL Velocity Head To Head


  • Matches: 2
  • IPL Supernovas Won: 2
  • IPL Velocity Won: 0


IPL Trailblazers vs IPL Supernovas Head To Head


  • Matches: 2
  • IPL Supernovas Won: 1
  • IPL Trailblazers Won: 1


IPL Velocity vs IPL Trailblazers Head To Head


  • Matches: 1
  • IPL Trailblazers Won: 1
  • IPL Velocity Won: 0



IPL Supernovas won the title twice, in the season of 2018 and 2019. The first season consist of only two teams. But in the third season BCCI announce this time there will be four teams to play the tournament.


Player of the tournament Women's T20 IPL:


  • IPL Women's 2018: Suzie Bates (Australia)
  • IPL Women's 2019: Jemimah Rodrigues (India)


Women's T20 Challenge (IPL) Head To Head | H2H | Prediction | Dream Team.

السبت، 6 يونيو 2020

RCB v DC Head To Head (H2H) Records | Matches | IPL | Stats
Check the details on "RCB v DC Head To Head (H2H) Records | Matches | IPL | Stats."

RCB v DC Head To Head (H2H) Records | Matches | IPL | Stats

Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Delhi Capitals HEAD TO HEAD RECORDS & STATS


  • Matches: 24
  • DC Won: 08
  • RCB Won: 15
  • No Result: 01
  • Highest Score: 215 (RCB)
  • Lowest Score: 95 (DC)

RCB v DC Head To Head (H2H) Records | Matches | IPL | Stats


Indian Premier League 2019

Apr 28
Delhi Capitals 5/187 (20) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 7/171 (20)
Arun Jaitley Stadium
Delhi, India

Apr 7
Royal Challengers Bangalore 8/149 (20) v Delhi Capitals 6/152 (18.5)
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Bengaluru, India

Indian Premier League 2018

May 13
Delhi Capitals 4/181 (20) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 5/187 (19)
Arun Jaitley Stadium
Delhi, India

Apr 22
Royal Challengers Bangalore 4/176 (18) v Delhi Capitals 5/174 (20)
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Bengaluru, India

Indian Premier League 2017

May 15
Delhi Capitals 151 (20) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 6/161 (20)
Arun Jaitley Stadium
Delhi, India

Apr 9
Royal Challengers Bangalore 8/157 (20) v Delhi Capitals 9/142 (20)
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Bengaluru, India

Indian Premier League 2016

May 22
Delhi Capitals 8/138 (20) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 4/139 (18.1)
Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium
Raipur, India

Apr 17
Royal Challengers Bangalore 5/191 (20) v Delhi Capitals 3/192 (19.1)
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Bengaluru, India

Indian Premier League 2015

May 17
Royal Challengers Bangalore 0/2 (1.1) v Delhi Capitals 5/187 (20)
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Bengaluru, India

Apr 26
Delhi Capitals 95 (18.2) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 0/99 (10.3)
Arun Jaitley Stadium
Delhi, India

Indian Premier League 2014

May 13
Royal Challengers Bangalore 4/186 (20) v Delhi Capitals 7/170 (20)
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Bengaluru, India

Apr 17
Delhi Capitals 4/145 (20) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 2/146 (16.4)
Sharjah Cricket Stadium
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

Indian Premier League 2013

May 10
Delhi Capitals 7/179 (20) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 4/183 (20)
Arun Jaitley Stadium
Delhi, India

Apr 16

Royal Challengers Bangalore 7/152 (20) v Delhi Capitals 5/152 (20)
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Bengaluru, India

Indian Premier League 2012

May 17
Delhi Capitals 9/194 (20) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 1/215 (20)
Arun Jaitley Stadium
Delhi, India

Apr 7
Royal Challengers Bangalore 8/157 (20) v Delhi Capitals 7/137 (20)
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Bengaluru, India

Indian Premier League 2011

Apr 26
Delhi Capitals 6/160 (20) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 7/161 (19.3)
Arun Jaitley Stadium
Delhi, India
Indian Premier League 2009-10

Apr 4
Delhi Capitals 5/184 (20) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 9/147 (20)
Arun Jaitley Stadium
Delhi, India

Mar 25
Royal Challengers Bangalore 9/166 (20) v Delhi Capitals 4/183 (20)
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Bengaluru, India

Champions League Twenty20 2009-10
Oct 17
Royal Challengers Bangalore 2/139 (15.1) v Delhi Capitals 6/138 (20)
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Bengaluru, India

Indian Premier League 2009

May 19
Royal Challengers Bangalore 3/135 (19) v Delhi Capitals 7/134 (20)
The Wanderers Stadium
Johannesburg, South Africa

Apr 26
Royal Challengers Bangalore 7/149 (20) v Delhi Capitals 4/150 (19.2)
St George's Park
Port Elizabeth, South Africa

Indian Premier League 2007-08

May 19
Royal Challengers Bangalore 7/154 (20) v Delhi Capitals 5/158 (18.2)
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Bengaluru, India

Apr 30
Delhi Capitals 5/191 (20) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 5/181 (20)
Arun Jaitley Stadium
Delhi, India
RCB vs MI: Head To Head (H2H) Records | Matches | IPL | Stats

RCB vs MI: Head To Head (H2H) Records | Matches | IPL | Stats



  • Matches: 27
  • Mumbai Won: 18
  • RCB Won: 09
  • No Result: 0
  • Highest Score: 235 (RCB)
  • Lowest Score: 108 (RCB)

Indian Premier League 2019 RCB vs MI: Head To Head


Date: Apr 16
Mumbai Indians 5/172 (19) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 7/171 (20)
Wankhede Stadium
Mumbai, India

Date: Mar 29
Royal Challengers Bangalore 5/181 (20) v Mumbai Indians 8/187 (20)
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Bengaluru, India

Indian Premier League 2018 RCB vs MI: Head To Head


Date: May 2
Royal Challengers Bangalore7/167 (20) v Mumbai Indians 7/153 (20)
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Bengaluru, India

Date: Apr 18
Mumbai Indians 6/213 (20) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 8/167 (20)
Wankhede Stadium
Mumbai, India

Indian Premier League 2017 RCB vs MI: Head To Head

Date: May 1
Mumbai Indians 5/165 (19.5) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 8/162 (20)
Wankhede Stadium
Mumbai, India

Date: Apr 14
Royal Challengers Bangalore 5/142 (20) v Mumbai Indians 6/145 (18.5)
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Bengaluru, India

Indian Premier League 2016 RCB vs MI: Head To Head


Date: May 11
Royal Challengers Bangalore 4/151 (20) v Mumbai Indians 4/153 (18.4)
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Bengaluru, India

Date: Apr 20
Mumbai Indians 4/171 (18) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 7/170 (20)
Wankhede Stadium
Mumbai, India

Indian Premier League 2015 RCB vs MI: Head To Head

Date: May 10
Mumbai Indians 7/196 (20) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 1/235 (20)
Wankhede Stadium
Mumbai, India

Date: Apr 19
Royal Challengers Bangalore 7/191 (20) v Mumbai Indians 7/209 (20)
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Bengaluru, India

Indian Premier League 2014 RCB vs MI: Head To Head


Date: May 6
Mumbai Indians 5/187 (20) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 8/168 (20)
Wankhede Stadium
Mumbai, India

Apr 19
Royal Challengers Bangalore 3/116 (17.3) v Mumbai Indians 9/115 (20)
Dubai International Cricket Stadium
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Indian Premier League 2013 RCB vs MI: Head To Head


Apr 27
Mumbai Indians 7/194 (20) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 7/136 (20)
Wankhede Stadium
Mumbai, India

Date: Apr 4
Royal Challengers Bangalore 5/156 (20) v Mumbai Indians 5/154 (20)
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Bengaluru, India

Indian Premier League 2012 RCB vs MI: Head To Head

Date: May 14
Royal Challengers Bangalore 6/171 (20) v Mumbai Indians 5/173 (19.4)
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Bengaluru, India

Date: May 9
Mumbai Indians 6/141 (20) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 1/142 (18)
Wankhede Stadium
Mumbai, India

Nokia Champions League Twenty20 2011 RCB vs MI: Head To Head

Date: Oct 9
Royal Challengers Bangalore 108 (19.2) v Mumbai Indians 139 (20)
MA Chidambaram Stadium
Chennai, India

Indian Premier League 2011 RCB vs MI: Head To Head


Date: May 27
Royal Challengers Bangalore 4/185 (20) v Mumbai Indians 8/142 (20)
MA Chidambaram Stadium
Chennai, India

Apr 12
Royal Challengers Bangalore 4/140 (20) v Mumbai Indians 1/143 (18.3)
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Bengaluru, India

Champions League Twenty20 2010-11 RCB vs MI: Head To Head


Date: Sep 19
Mumbai Indians 7/165 (20) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 5/163 (20)
Kingsmead
Durban, South Africa

Indian Premier League 2009-10 RCB vs MI: Head To Head


Date: Apr 21
Royal Challengers Bangalore 9/149 (20) v Mumbai Indians 5/184 (20)
Dr DY Patil Sports Academy
Mumbai, India

Date: Apr 17
Royal Challengers Bangalore 9/134 (20) v Mumbai Indians 4/191 (20)
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Bengaluru, India

Date: Mar 20
Mumbai Indians 9/151 (20) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 3/155 (19.1)
Brabourne Stadium
Mumbai, India

Indian Premier League 2009 RCB vs MI: Head To Head


Date: May 10
Royal Challengers Bangalore 7/141 (20) v Mumbai Indians 2/157 (20)
St George's Park
Port Elizabeth, South Africa

Date: May 3
Royal Challengers Bangalore 1/150 (18.1) v Mumbai Indians 4/149 (20)
The Wanderers Stadium
Johannesburg, South Africa

Indian Premier League 2007-08: RCB vs MI: Head To Head


Date: May 28
Royal Challengers Bangalore 9/122 (18) v Mumbai Indians 1/126 (16)
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Bengaluru, India

Date: Apr 20
Mumbai Indians 6/165 (20) v Royal Challengers Bangalore 5/166 (19.4)
Wankhede Stadium
Mumbai, India

الخميس، 4 يونيو 2020

Merissa Aguilleira Bio, Stats, Records, DOB, Images, Runs Average
Merissa is an exceptionally profound individual and pays attention to her Christianity very. She never misses administration on Sundays regardless of what nation she's in. After cricket, she plans to seek after work through her cause, the Merissa Aguilleira Foundation.


Merissa Aguilleira Bio, Stats, Records, DOB, Images, Runs Average

One of the most senior players on the WINDIES Women's group, Aguilleira was additionally the past chief before Stafanie Taylor was selected in 2015. As a wicketkeeper/player, she is an imperative segment of the group behind the wickets just as in the center request.

Merissa Aguilleira Bio, Stats, Details

  • DOB: 1985-12-14
  • AGE: 35
  • TEAMS: Trinidad and Tobago Women, West Indies Women
  • BATTING: RHB (No. 6)
  • PLAYER ROLE: Wicketkeeper (Middle-order batsman)

Merissa Aguilleira Bio, Stats, Avg, Runs ODI

  • MATCHES: 112
  • RUNS: 1752
  • WICKETS: 0
  • BATTING AVERAGE: 20.61
  • BOWLING AVERAGE None

Merissa Aguilleira Records,Matches , Stats T20I

  • MATCHES: 95
  • RUNS: 768
  • WICKETS: 0
  • BATTING AVERAGE: 14.49
  • BOWLING AVERAGE: None
Darwin T20 Cricket League 2020 Live Stream, Full Schedule, Date, Teams, IST
Over 50 days after a coronavirus-constrained shutdown, Australia will observer resumption of serious cricket alongside fans in the stands when a T20 competition begins this end of the week at Darwin.

The T20 Carnival in Darwin will provide much-needed relief to the cricket lovers as the game will not only return to the field but also allow up to just 500 spectators in attendance in the stadium.

The competition, highlighting seven Darwin Premier Grade clubs and an Invitational XI including best players from the Northern Territory's 'Asia Cup' rivalry, will be a proving ground for cricket in a COVID-19 condition.

On March 13, 2020, Australia and New Zealand had played the last worldwide cricket coordinate conceivable before the COVID-19 pandemic constrained a cricket shutdown over the globe.


Darwin T20 Cricket League 2020 Live Stream, Full Schedule, Date, IST


CDU Top End 2020 (T20 Series from 6th – 8th Jun 2020)

Date: 06-Jun-20
Cazalys Oval Palmerston vs Darwin
Time: 5.30 AM

Date: 06-Jun-20
MCG 2 Sth Districts vs Tracy Village
Time: 5.30 AM

Date: 06-Jun-20
MCG Waratah vs Nightcliff
Time: 5.30 AM

Date: 06-Jun-20
MCG 1 PINT vs Invitational XI
Time: 10.00 AM

Date: 06-Jun-20
MCG 2 Tracy Village vs Darwin
Time: 10.00 AM

Date: 06-Jun-20
Cazalys Oval Sth Districts vs Palmerston
Time: 10.00 AM

Date: 07-Jun-20
MCG 2 Nightcliff vs Invitational XI
Time: 5.30 AM

Date: 07-Jun-20
MCG 1 Sth Districts vs Darwin
Time: 5.30 AM

Date: 07-Jun-20
Gardens Oval PINT vs Waratah
Time: 5.30 AM

Date: 07-Jun-20
MCG 1 Palmerston vs Tracy Village
Time: 10.00 AM

Date: 07-Jun-20
MCG 2 PINT vs Nightcliff
Time: 10.00 AM

Date: 07-Jun-20
Gardens Oval Waratah vs Invitational XI
Time: 10.00 AM

Date: 08-Jun-20
Semi-Final 2 MCG
5.30 AM

Date: 08-Jun-20
Semi-Final 1 MCG
Time: 5.30 AM

Date: 08-Jun-20
CDU Top End T20 Final
Time: 10.00 AM

CDU Top End 2020 (T20 Series from 6th – 8th Jun 2020)


Darwin & District One-Day Season (13th Jun’20 – 19th Sep’20)


13-Jun-20
Southern Districts  v  BYE
Venue: TBD
Time: 6.30 AM

13-Jun-20
Waratah  v  PINT
Venue: Gardens Oval
Time: 6.30 AM

13-Jun-20
Tracy Village  v  Nightcliff
Venue: Tracy Village Oval
Time: 6.30 AM

13-Jun-20
Palmerston  v  Darwin
Venue: Cazalys Oval
Time: 6.30 AM

20-Jun-20
Southern Districts  v  PINT
Venue: Fred’s Pass
Time: 6.30 AM

20-Jun-20
Darwin  v  Nightcliff
Venue: Kahlin Oval
Time: 6.30 AM

20-Jun-20
Waratah  v  Palmerston
Venue: Gardens Oval
Time: 6.30 AM

20-Jun-20
Tracy Village  v  BYE TBD
Time: 6.30 AM

27-Jun-20
PINT  v  Tracy Village
Venue: Marrara (MCG 1)
Time: 6.30 AM

27-Jun-20
Darwin  v  Waratah Kahlin Oval
Time: 6.30 AM

27-Jun-20
Nightcliff  v  Southern Districts
Venue: Nightcliff Oval
Time: 6.30 AM

27-Jun-20
Palmerston  v  BYE
Venue: TBD
Time: 6.30 AM

04-Jul-20
Palmerston  v  PINT
Venue: Cazalys Oval
Time: 6.30 AM

04-Jul-20
Nightcliff  v  Waratah
Venue: Nightcliff Oval
Time: 6.30 AM

04-Jul-20
Tracy Village  v  Southern Districts
Venue: Tracy Village Oval
Time: 6.30 AM

04-Jul-20
Darwin  v  BYE
Venue: TBD
Time: 6.30 AM

11-Jul-20
Southern Districts  v  Darwin
Venue: Fred’s Pass
Time: 6.30 AM

11-Jul-20
Nightcliff  v  Palmerston
Venue: Nightcliff Oval
Time: 6.30 AM

11-Jul-20
Tracy Village  v  Waratah
Venue: Tracy Village Oval
Time: 6.30 AM

11-Jul-20
PINT  v  BYE TBD
Time: 6.30 AM

18-Jul-20
Waratah  v  Southern Districts
Venue: Gardens Oval
Time: 6.30 AM

18-Jul-20
PINT  v  Darwin
Venue: Marrara (MCG 1)
Time: 6.30 AM

18-Jul-20
Palmerston  v  Tracy Village
Venue: Cazalys Oval
Time: 6.30 AM

18-Jul-20
Nightcliff  v  BYE
Venue: TBD
Time: 6.30 AM

25-Jul-20
Darwin  v  Tracy Village
Venue: Kahlin Oval
Time: 6.30 AM

25-Jul-20
Southern Districts  v  Palmerston
Venue: Fred’s Pass
Time: 6.30 AM

25-Jul-20
PINT  v  Nightcliff
Venue: TBD

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Top 10 Most Wicket Takers in ODI

Top 10 Most Wicket Takers in ODI

In this article, we are counting down the most wickets in international cricket in one day format taken by bowlers all around the world. There are several Asian bowlers but mostly Pakistan and  Sri Lankan to take the highest wicket-taker in ODI. There is only Indian highest wicket-taker in the top 10 list, check below for more details.

Most Wicket Takers in ODI
Most Wicket Takers in ODI


#1. Muttiah Muralitharan (Asia/ICC/SL)

  • Active Years: 1993-2011
  • Match: 350
  • Wickets: 534
This Tamil Sri Lankan bowler, who played in five world cups and one of the greatest off-spinner in the world to date. Murali also takes 800 wickets in Test format, this milestone was completed in his last test match against India. Muttiah Muralitharan's best bowling figure is 7/30.

#2. Wasim Akram (PAK)

  • Active Years: 1984-2003
  • Match: 356
  • Wickets: 502
This Pakistani swing bowler had taken 502 wickets in his long career of 19 years. Wasim Akram last played in the 2003 ODI World Cup. Wasim Akram is also called "King of Swing." His best bowling figure is 5/15.

#3. Waqar Younis (PAK)

  • 1989-2003
  • Match: 262
  • Wickets: 416
Waqar Younis made his debut in 1989 against India in a test match, along with Sachin Tendulkar. He played his last match in 2003. He played 262 one day international matches and taken 416 wickets.

#4. Chaminda Vaas (Asia/SL)

  • Active Years: 1994-2008
  • Match: 322
  • Wickets: 400
Warnakulasuriya Patabendige Ushantha Joseph Chaminda Vaas is a former Sri Lankan international cricketer, who played all forms of the game, and a former ODI captain. Vaas is considered as the best seam bowler of Sri Lankan.

#5. Shahid Afridi (Asia/ICC/PAK)

  • Active Years: 1996-2015
  • Match: 398
  • Wickets: 395
Shahid Afridi was a leg-spinner and strike batsman from Pakistan who had taken 395 wickets, just 5 wicket ahead from 400 wickets. Even he had a great record for wickets, but not at a good pace with 398 matches with an economy of 4.63.

#6. SM Pollock (Afr/ICC/SA)

  • Active Years: 1996-2008
  • Match: 303
  • Wickets: 393


#7. GD McGrath (AUS/ICC)

  • Active Years: 1993-2007
  • Match: 250
  • Wickets: 381

#8. B Lee (AUS)

  • Active Years: 2000-2012
  • Match: 221
  • Wickets: 380

#9. SL Malinga (SL)

  • Active Years: 2004-2019
  • Match: 226
  • Wickets: 338
Malinga is the third Sri Lankan bowler in the top 10 list who have taken 338 wickets in 226 ODI matches.  Lasith Malinga is very popular for his delivery action and his deadly yorkers. Lasith Malinga had a record to take 4 wickets in 4 deliveries and that too for 2 times, once for T20 format.

#10. A Kumble (Asia/INDIA)

  • Active Years: 1990-2007
  • Match: 271
  • Wickets: 337
Anil Kumble is the highest wicket-taker in ODI for India, after Anil, there is Javagal Srinath who take 315 wickets in 229 One Day matches. Anil had played 17 years for India, but more matches in test format.
Prithvi Shaw Bio, Stats, Records, Girlfriend, Facts, Height & More
Prithvi Shaw's favorite cricketer is the master blaster Sachin Tendulkar. And likes to watch SAB TV comedy tv-serial "Tarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah". His favorite Bollywood actor is Hrithik Roshan and his favorite actress is Deepika Padukone.

Prithvi Shaw Bio, Stats, Records, Girlfriend, Facts, Height & More

Prithvi Shaw Bio, Stats, Records, Girlfriend, Facts, Height & More

  • Age: 22 Years
  • Height: 1.59m
  • Weight: 62 Kg
  • Instagram: 900K+ Followers
  • Teams: Delhi Capitals, India
  • Date of Birth (DOB): 19 November 1999
  • IPL Worth Price: 1.2 Crore INR (2019)
  • Girlfriend: Not Available

Prithvi Shaw Stats & Records

Prithvi Shaw had played four test matches to date, and he scores 138 in his debut test match. To date, he has hit 4 50s and 1 Century with an average of 55.8. He had never played for team India in a T20I but played 3 matches in ODI, but there are no good with 28 average. He had played 25 matches in Vivo IPL 2018-19, he hit 99runs in a match against Knight Riders.


Prithvi Shaw Interesting Facts

  • Prithvi Shaw is playing cricket from 3 years old.
  • When Prithvi was just 4 years old, his mother passed away, he has since grown with his father.
  • At the age of just 14 years, Prithvi played a historic inning of 546 off 330 balls which brought Prithvi to the cricket lovers.
  • Prithvi Shaw faced controversy in 2019.
  • Under his captaincy, the India U19 team won the U19 Cricket World Cup in 2018 on the 4th of February in New Zealand.