Wisden has announced its cricketers of the year; Akhtar has proposed a fundraising India-Pakistan series to help combat COVID-19; CA face a fifty percent cut in revenue; and Cricket NSW have appointed Leah Poulton as new head of female cricket.
Perry out of T20 World Cup, Australia make semi-finals, and du Plessis returns
The match is a virtual quarterfinal: the winner will qualify for the semi-final (along with table toppers India) and take on the table topper from Group B.
The Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 begins with a mouth-watering clash, and the tone for the tournament will be set.
Australia have made it to the final in five out of six editions. They have won the T20 World Cup four times including the last edition, in 2018.
Australia Women have won 10 of their last 13 matches, while West Indies Women have lost their last 9.
The host Australia Women will face England Women for their crucial match in the Tri-nation T20 series at Junction Oval, Melbourne.
Indian team registered a historical series win after claiming the T20I series 5-0 against New Zealand. Unfortunately, the India Women failed to win their second T20I against Australia in the ongoing Tri-Nation series.
Our round-up includes an Perry's incredible year, an abject show by Mali, a celebration like none other, Anjali Chand's debut, and a quote by Devine.
Australia and England dominated the team statistics as well as most batting and bowling charts.