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          • India’s win streak came to a stop when they were defeated by England. England’s semi-final hopes were starting to disappear, but this win inspired them, and the ended up beating India by 31 runs. Rohit Sharma scored his third century of the World Cup. However, it was not enough for the team to win. Their wait to seal a spot in the semi-finals got extended by few more days.

            Eoin Morgan’s decision to bat first turned out to the right decisions as England scored a massive total of 337. Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow put their team in a commanding lead by adding 160 runs in just 22.1 overs. Kuldeep Yadav gave India the much-needed breakthrough by dismissing Roy. However, there was absolutely no stopping Bairstow who scored a century.

            One of the surprising decisions that India made during the match was sending the inexperienced Rishabh Pant ahead of Hardik Pandya. With India at 146 for 2, Pandya would have been the wiser choice ahead of Pant who was making his ICC Cricket World Cup debut.

            India vice-captain Rohit Sharma was asked the same question at the post-match conference. “No. You guys wanted him to play, right? You asked where is Rishabh Pant? Where is Rishabh Pant? Here he is… at no.4,” he responded.

            Dhoni and Jadhav Struggled

            India vice-captain Rohit Sharma defended the questionable finish to their innings in their world cup fixture loss to England. Despite having two batsmen at the crease, it looked as if their goal wasn’t to reach their goal. Rohit said that even if they wanted to score as much, they couldn’t because of the slowness of the pitch. He added that both MS Dhoni (who scored 42-not-out) and Kedar Jadhav (scored 12-not-out) were trying to hit the ball but couldn’t because the delivery was slow.

            “When MS and Kedar were batting, I think they were trying to hit, but they were not able to because of the slowness of the pitch,” Rohi said in the post-match media interaction. “You’ve got to give credit to the English team because they used the conditions really well. They used the longer boundary really well.”


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                India -  New Zealand Match Canceled Due to Rain

                The anticipated match between India and New Zealand was canceled due to rain. This game was to decide who the top team should be since both are still undefeated. This is the fourth game affected by rain. Earlier in the tournament, Sri Lanka’s matches against Pakistan and Bangladesh were both canceled due to rain while South Africa’s game against West Indies was suspended due to rain.

                Virat Kohli said in a post-match press conference that the decision to not play right given the weather. He said, “one point is not a bad thing for sides that have won all their games so far.”

                Bail Issues

                There have been five instances in the ongoing ICC World Cup where the stumps were hit but the bails didn’t fall. The most recent one happened in India’s match against defending world champions’ Australia. Jasprit Bumrah hit David Warner’s leg stump, causing the bails to light up but not fall.

                Virat Kohli said that incidents like these aren’t something you would expect at an international event. He said that “you literally have to smash the stumps really hard to knock them out. These are fast bowlers; these are not medium-pace bowlers.” Even Australian Captain Aaron Finch agrees on this view with the Men in Blue.

                ODI 19: England vs West Indies

                England is going to face West Indies on June 14. In their recent 12 matches, West Indies won 4, England won 7, and one match was abandoned due to rain.

                ODI 22: India vs Pakistan

                India is going to face their long-time rivals on June 16. In their previous matches, Pakistan has won more games than India.

                Betting Tips

                This information could help you when placing a bet. Issues such as rain or the bails not falling could have an impact on future games, as well as a team’s performance in previous games. It would be best to read about such things because it could affect a game’s outcome and your bet.

                Another helpful tip would be to hedge your bets. This is when you place a bet on multiple outcomes to raise the chances of making a larger profit.

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                  Rain affects ICC World Cup

                  Both Sri Lanka’s matches against Bangladesh and Pakistan were abandoned due to rain while South Africa’s match against West Indies was suspended. This is the highest number of games canceled in a World Cup. The previous was two, in 1992 (Australia) and 2003 (South Africa). Reserve days could be an option. However, outgoing ICC chief executive David Richardson said that “reserved days would be difficult to deliver.” He added that “It would impact pitch preparation, team recovery and travel days, accommodation and venue availability, tournament staffing, volunteer and match officials' availability, broadcast logistics and very importantly the spectators, who in some instances have traveled hours to be at the game.” He added that there is no guarantee that the reserve days will also be rain-free. Sri Lanka captain Dimuth Karunaratne said that reserve days may be difficult to implement but would be good for everyone.

                  The Case of the Immovable Bails

                  There have been five incidents where the electronic ‘zing’ bails lit up but failed to fall. The most recent one happened in India’s game against Australia. Jasprit Bumrah bowled against David Warner and hit his leg stump. However, the bails didn’t move. After the game, Imran Kohli said that incidents like this aren’t what you expect in an international event. "I think with the technology it's great... But you literally have to smash the stumps really hard, and I'm saying that as a batsman… The ball hits the stump and the lights don't come on, or the lights come on and the bail comes back on to the stump. I haven't seen that happen so many times in the past," he said.

                  Australia defeats Pakistan

                  In their most recent match, Australia defeats Pakistan by 41 runs. Australia’s Aaron Finch scored a half-century off 63 balls, Steve Smith scored 10, and Warner scored a century in 102 balls. Pakistan’s Imam-ul-Haq scored 53 off 75 with seven fours, Babar Azam scored 30 off 28, and Sarfaraz Ahmed scored 40. The livescore of the game was Australia 307(49), Pakistan 266(45.4).

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                    Below are some of the cricket news today.

                    England back to efficient scoring

                    England made an incredible comeback versus Bangladesh, beating them by 106 runs at the Sophia Gardens in Cardiff. It was also their second ODI triumph against the Tigers since 2007. Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow scored a 128-run stand in 19.1 overs, Joe Root contributed 29-ball 21, and Joe Buttler scored 64 with two fours and a couple of sixes. Eoin Morgan got 35 of 33 balls.

                    Bangladesh’s Tamim Iqbal fell to Mark Wood after scoring just 19. Needing 300 runs, the pressure was on Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim to make a comeback. Together, they scored 106 runs. Shakib accomplished his half-century off 53 balls. Mushfiqur scored 44 off 50, but Liam Plunkett ended his run. At that point, the match was already decided.

                    New Zealand still undefeated

                    New Zealand remains undefeated at the top of the scoring board. After victories over Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, they recently defeated Afghanistan by seven wickets. As the Kiwis continue their winning streak, the Afghans suffer their third consecutive loss and are still in search of their first win.

                    India hand Australia first loss

                    India and Australia both played a close game, but the Men in Blue came out on top. They won by 36 runs and are immediately at 3rd place of the tournament; they are also on a two-game winning streak. The final cricket score for the game was India - 325/5 (50), Australia - 316 (50).

                    Yuvraj Singh announces retirement

                    India’s World Cup hero Yuvraj Singh has decided to end his international and first-class career. The legendary cricketer who gave his everything to win the World Cup for his country in 2011 has not been part of the Indian team since June 2017.

                    Yuvraj Singh didn’t play consistently for India after the 2011 World Cup. He was diagnosed with cancer after the tournament and had to undergo treatment. He made a stunning comeback but was in and out frequently. His last ICC event was Champions Trophy 2017 where India reached the final and lost to Pakistan.

                    Upcoming games

                    • Match 15 is set to take place on June 10. South Africa is still in search of their first win while the West Indies are continuing to improve their game.
                    • Match 16 is going to take place on June 11, where Bangladesh will face off against Sri Lanka. Both teams are still in search of a win.
                    • Match 17 will see the defending champions Australia take on Pakistan. Australia is looking to bounce back from their defeat to India.
                    • Match 18 will see the crowd favorites India take on the top team New Zealand.
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                      A good leader does not order those under him to do all the work and take the credit for himself; he shares in the work, he helps others, he guides them, and he shares the success with everyone who helped. A good leader sets a good example for others to see and replicate.

                      A good captain shares the same responsibilities. He can make a team perform better or worst. Below is a list of the best team captains who have played cricket.

                      1. Ricky Ponting

                      The most successful cricket captain to play the game, Ricky Ponting has recorded the most number of wins. He captained Australia from 2002 to 2012. During this time, he led the team to 220 victories.

                      His career success includes two World Cup victories (2003 and 2007), and an incredible win rate of 67.90. During his captaincy, it was seen as the golden era of the Australian national cricket team.

                      2. MS Dhoni

                      Mahendra Singh Dhoni joined Team India in 2004. He recently resigned from Test cricket but is still going strong in the rest of the formats. He captained the team in all formats from 2007 to 2016. Leading the team in 332 games, he is the captain with most matches played. 

                      One of the greatest wicketkeeper-batsmen, Dhoni helped India win 178 games during his captaincy. His achievements include World Twenty20 2007, Asia Cup 2010, World Cup 2011 and Champions Trophy 2013. He led the Indian team with a winning rate of 53.61 during his time.

                      3. Graeme Smith

                      The left-handed batsman and occasional off-break bowler, Graeme Smith is a former cricketer of South Africa. He represented the team in all formats of cricket between 2002 and 2014, and received the captaincy a year into his career, performing the responsibility till the end of it. 

                      Under his leadership, South Africa played 286 matches and won in 163 of them. With his national squad, he had a win percentage of 56.99, making him one of the most notable captains of his country. Without any doubt, Smith is one of the best team captains in the world, based on the number of wins.

                      4. Steve Waugh

                      Steve Waugh was a perfect all-rounder and a great right-hand Batsman. He served as an Australian Captain both in ODI’s and Test from 1999 to 2004. He has a record of winning 16 consecutive test Victories. Under his captaincy, Australia has also won the World Cup of 1999.

                      Steve has also played a major role in nourishing the talents of new players in his team like Ponting and Lee. He is often known as “Mr. Cool” by his teammates.

                      5. Arjun Ranatunga

                      With the most wins in Tests, ODI and T20I, former Sri Lankan captain Arjuna Ranatunga is one of the best team captains. He played for the national team from 1982 to 2000 and led the team in 249 matches between 1988 and 1999. During this time, Ranatunga helped win 101 matches, including the 1996 World Cup. 

                      He has a win percentage of 40.56, was nicknamed Captain Cool for his temperament, and is credited for bringing the spotlight on Sri Lanka.

                      6. Stephen Fleming

                      Stephen Fleming was a former captain of the New Zealand national team. He represented them from 1994 to 2009. Fleming was the winning captain of ICC KnockOut Trophy 2000, the only ICC trophy of the country to date. He was also the first captain for his country in the world’s historic first Twenty20 International.

                       Between 1997 and 2007, he led his team to win 128 out of 303 matches, with a win rate of 42.24.

                      7. Imran Kahn

                      Imran Kahn brought Pakistan their first World Cup in 1992. He taught his team to play like ‘cornered tigers’, making the most out of their chances.

                      Because of his spirit and determination, and with the help of his team, the English national team fell under pressure. Imran Kahn showed his team that as long as they believed in their capabilities, they could win. And win they did.

                      8. Allan Border

                      Allan Border played for Australia from 1978 to 1994, but only captained the team starting in 1984. When he retired, he was also one of the highest run-scorer in both ODI and Test at the time. During his captaincy, he helped his team win 139 out of their 271 matches, reaching a win percentage of 51.29. One of the best left-handed batsmen of all time, Captain Grumpy (as some of his teammates would call him) appeared in the second highest number of test matches as the captain.

                      9.   Mahela Jayawardena

                      Another successful cricket captain, Mahela led the played from 1997 to 2015 and captained the Sri Lankan team from 2004 to 2013. During his career, he achieved a win percentage of 54.3, and leading his team to 101 victories out of 186 games. Though he wasn’t able to bring the team a championship, he helped improve their performance during the Cricket World Cup 2011 and 2017, and the ICC World Twenty20 2009 and 2012.

                      10.  Mohammad Azharuddin

                      Despite his lifelong BCCI ban, one cannot simply ignore Azharuddin’s accomplishments. He is one of the best team captains based on number of victories, having won 104 of 221 during his captaincy from 1990 to 1999. He played for team India between 1984 and 2000. His victories helped him attain a win percentage of 47.05.

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                        With the ICC World Cup 2019 in full swing, teams have started to collect wins and find out the competitions’ strengths and weaknesses. Fans have also started to predict the possible cricket team winner of the tournament. Some have also started placing bets on teams they think have the highest probability of winning



                        A sportsbook regularly gives a cricket update on matches, players, and scores. These updates are like cricket betting tips for bettors: it helps them decide on who to bet on, how big their wager could be, and the possible winnings.

                        Select a sportsbook based on your preference. Create an account to start betting. You will need either a bank account, a credit/debit card, or an e-wallet. This will be used to transfer funds to and from your account. Some sportsbooks will need you to verify your account for added security. Some sportsbooks only accept certain currencies, but the widely accepted ones are USD, EUR, or cryptocurrency (Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, or Bitcoin Cash).

                        Cricket Betting

                        You can choose your favorite league. One example is the Indian Premier League (IPL). If international events are your thing, then you can bet on the ongoing ICC World Cup, where 10 nations compete over the title Cricket World Champion. You can bet on who you think the possible winner of the tournament could be. You can also bet on other possible outcomes of a match - from how much a team wins or loses by to how many points a player from the winning team will score.

                        Best Practices

                        Before placing their bets, bettors will look at the team’s previous match to give them an idea of their performance. Bettors will often hedge their bets to secure a payout, regardless of the outcome.


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