Top Stories: Things that made news in the cricket world today

All the news stories that hogged the headlines today.

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MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Brad Hogg picks his top 3 powerplay batsmen in the IPL

  • The thirteenth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) was originally scheduled to kickstart from March 29.
  • He reckoned that Warner’s ability to score freely on both sides of the wicket coupled with his brilliant running between the wickets makes him a great force during the first six overs.
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Reports: MS Dhoni made up his mind to hang his boots

  • But sources privy to the enigmatic cricketer have said that Dhoni has already made up his mind to bid cricket goodbye.
  • It’s also been known that Dhoni won’t be quitting the sport before assessing his form in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
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Virat Kohli isn’t a guy to mess around: Ravi Shastri

  • Ravi Shastri, the head coach of the Indian cricket team, prefers to give national skipper Virat Kohli the space to get things going.
  • Shastri reckons that his job is to assist the players in staying motivated for decent performances on the field.
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BCB to turn Sher-e-Bangla Stadium as a quarantine facility center

  • In the last few days, many sporting events have been cancelled due to the outbreak of coronavirus.
  • With the growing number of cases of coronavirus patients across Bangladesh, the need of the hour is to provide medical facilities to the affected.
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England’s Amy Jones and Lauren Winfield stranded in Australia due to COVID-19 pandemic

  • Amy Jones and Lauren Winfield, the England women’s cricketers, are currently stuck in Australia owing to the massive coronavirus outbreaks.
  • Speaking on their situation, Winfield quipped that they aren’t sure about when they will be able to return.
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Dane Piedt retires from South Africa cricket to pursue career in the USA

  • The last few years many talented South African cricketers have moved to the United Kingdom on Kolpak deals.
  • This has majorly hurt the Proteas as many good young and experienced cricketers can’t be now picked for the national side.
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