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Cricket Calendar 2023: Indian men-women’s team will play 4 ICC tournament this year

Team India has now a golden chance to redeem themselves and washout the bad memories of 2022, this year.

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Cricket Calendar 2023: Indian men-women's team will play 4 ICC tournament this year

The year 2022 was nothing how the Indian cricket team would have wanted. Team India could not reach the final of 3 big tournaments. Firstly, the women’s team could not reach the semi-finals of the World Cup in March-April. After that, in August-September, the men’s team was eliminated in the Super-4 round of the Asia Cup.

And then they lost in the semi-finals of the Men’s T20 World Cup held in Australia in October-November. However, the women’s team did have good wins, as they won the country a silver medal in the Commonwealth Games and became the Asia Cup winners for the 7th time. Indian women’s cricket team also clean swiped England at Lord’s by 3-0.

However, Team India has now a golden chance to redeem themselves and washout the bad memories of 2022. India can win four ICC tournaments in 2023. The men’s team has a chance to win the ICC Test Championship. At the same time, they will play the ODI World Cup at their home ground in October-November. Talking about the women’s team, they can also win the T20 World Cup in February. Before that in January, the Under-19 women’s team will be playing the T20 World Cup.

January: The Indian men’s team will play three T20Is and three ODIs at home against Sri Lanka. The T20 matches will played on January 3, 5 and 7. ODIs will be held on 10, 12 and 15 January. After this, Men in Blue will play 3 ODIs and 3 T20 matches against New Zealand. T20 matches will be played on 18, 21 and 24 January. After this, ODI matches will be played on 27 and 29 January as well as on 1st February.

Talking about the women’s team, they will play a tri-series against West Indies and South Africa in South Africa. At the same time, the junior women’s team will fly to South Africa for the Under-19 T20 World Cup 2023.

February-March: The men’s team will play a Test and ODI series against Australia in India. Test matches will be played on February 9, February 17, March 1 and March 9. After this, three ODIs will be played on 17, 19 and 22 March.

On the other hand, women’s IPL is likely to be organized in March.

April-May: Indian Men’s team will be busy playing IPL in April and May.

June: If the Indian men reach the final of the World Test Championship, they can play the title match at the Oval in England.

On the other hand, the women’s team will play three T20s and three ODIs in Bangladesh in June-July.

July-August: The Indian men’s team will go on West Indies tour to play a series across all three formats. During this, two Tests, three ODIs and three T20 matches will be played.

September: Men’s Asia Cup is to be held in Pakistan. However, Asian Cricket Council President Jay Shah has said that the tournament will be played at a neutral venue. Apart from the Asia Cup, the Indian team will play a three ODI series against Australia.

The women’s team will play three ODIs and three T20Is at home against South Africa in September.

October-November: ICC Men’s ODI World Cup will be held in India in October. India will host this tournament alone for the first time as earlier they have been a joint host. Team India will be eyeing to win this tournament after 2011.

Whereas, the women’s team will play three ODIs and three T20Is in India against New Zealand in October.

November-December: For the third time in the year, the Australian team will visit India. Indian team will play a series of five T20 matches against Aussies. And later in the month, the Indian men’s team will then go on a tour of South Africa for two Tests, three ODIs and three T20 match series.

Talking about women’s cricket, the Indian team will play one Test and three T20s at home in December. Australia’s team will visit India at the end of the month for one Test match, three ODIs and three T20 matches against India.

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IPL 2023 playoffs scenario: What LSG’s win over MI means for RCB,CSK and others

If LSG wins their last league game ,they will have 17 points ,which will be enough to advance .It would get complicated if they lost since five other teams ,including the Gujarat Titans ,Chennai Super Kings ,Mumbai Indians, Royal challengers Bangalore, and Punjab Kings ,might each have at least 16 points

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IPL 2023 playoffs scenario: What LSG’s win over MI means for RCB,CSK and others

The Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) by beating five time champions Mumbai Indians (MI), have significantly boosted their chances of the making the playoffs in this year’s edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL).

As many as seven other teams are still competing for the remaining three spots with the defending champion Gujarat Titans being the only team to have already clinched their place in the playoffs. If MI had defeated LSG, they would have almost certainly advanced to the next round, but skipper Krunal Pandya’s team’s victory has complicated the playoff situation even further.

Here’s how the scenario is likely to play out

Lucknow Super Giants : If LSG wins their last league game, they will have 17 points which will be enough to advance to the playoffs but if they lose, things would become complicated since five other teams ,including the Gujarat Titans ,Chennai Super Kings ,Mumbai Indians, Royal challengers Bangalore, and Punjab Kings each have at least 16 points.

They can also qualify with 15 points ,but for that to happen ,at least two other competitors must not finish with 16 points or higher.

Mumbai Indians: With 14 points, MI needs to win their final game to improve their chances of making the playoffs. Punjab Kings, LSG , Chennai Super Kings ,and Royal Challengers Bangalore can all have 16 points or more. Net run rate will be relevant in this situation. Things could become even more difficult if Mumbai loses their final game since five teams could conceivably find themselves tied for the final playoff berth with 14 points

Chennai Super Kings : With 15 points ,CSK would be eligible for the playoffs with a victory over Delhi Capitals in their upcoming match. However, a loss puts them in a difficult situation because five teams might end the league stage with 16 points or more. With a win over DC, CSK might even place among the top two teams.

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Bangalore Royal Challengers: Thanks to their most recent victory over Rajasthan Royals ,RCB has a strong net Run Rate of 0.166.With Victories in their last two games, RCB can also guarantee a post season position. But even a single set back could endanger their position.

Punjab Kings: The team captained by Shikhar Dhawan has a problem with their Net Run Rate of -0.268.Winning both of the upcoming matches is almost required if Punjab Kings want to complete the league portion of the season among the top 4 teams. Due to the low NRR, they could be eliminated with just one loss. They will undoubtedly benefit from big victories in the upcoming two games.

Rajasthan Royals: One of the season’s most promising teams ,Rajasthan Royals had their entire campaign derailed after they suffered a humbling loss to Royal Challengers Bangalore the previous time. They must also hope that certain other outcomes go in their favour in addition to winning their last game by a wide margin.

Kolkata Knight Riders :With only 12 points and a NRR of 0.256, KKR’s chances of making the playoffs are in jeopardy. They must not only defeat the Lucknow Super Giants by a wide margin, but they must also anticipate the defeat of other contenders by similar wide majorities. Therefore a number of outcomes must line up for them to qualify.

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IPL 2023: Kevin Pietersen says watching KL Rahul bat is most boring thing

Former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen has slammed Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) captain KL Rahul’s recent batting approach in this current ongoing edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) saying that watching the India batter bat during powerplays is the “most boring thing.”

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Former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen has slammed Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) captain KL Rahul’s recent batting approach in this current ongoing edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) saying that watching the India batter bat during powerplays is the “most boring thing.”

The LSG skipper came under fire from the fans and pundits alike for his reserved batting approach in the game against Rajasthan Royals where he scored 39 off 32 balls while Kyle Mayers at the other end scored a quick-fire half-century.

KL Rahul’s slow batting did not sit well with Pietersen who reportedly said on the air that watching him bat in powerplays is “the most boring thing I have ever been through.”

The LSG captain has been in good form in the ongoing IPL having scored 194 runs in six matches at a strike rate of 114.79 with one fifty.

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However, KL Rahul received a lot of flak for his batting approach in the game versus Rajasthan Royals where he faced a maiden over—the very first over in the game—from Trent Boult and the only highlight of his 32-ball 39 was a huge 103 meter six off Yuzvendra Chahal.

At the other end, Rahul’s opening partner, Kyle Mayers, who has been in destructive form during this year’s edition of the IPL, smashed another fifty as the LSG managed to reach a respectable total of 154/7 in their allotted 20 overs.

The Lucknow Super Giants managed to etch out a 10-run victory owing mostly to their bowling efforts as Avesh Khan took three wickets while Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis got two scalps, taking the Giants to the second spot on this year’s IPL points table with four victories out of the six matches so far.

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IND vs AUS: Sanju Samson to replace Shreyas Iyer in ODI series against Australia

Iyer complaint of back injury ahead of the Ahmedabad Test day 3.

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The Indian team has suffered a setback before the series of three ODIs to be played between India and Australia. If the report is to be believed, Shreyas Iyer will not be a part of the ODI series against Australia. The BCCI issued a statement on Monday saying that the medical team is monitoring Shreyas’s injury.

If Shreyas is ruled out of the ODI series against Australia, then Rajat Patidar or Rahul Tripathi will be included in the team, or BCCI could opt for Sanju Samson.

If media reports are to be believed, on the other hand, the way Axar Patel got a chance in place of Ravindra Jadeja and Axar Patel also capitalized on that opportunity. Similarly, in place of Shreyas Iyer batsman Sanju Samson might come to the fore.

For the unversed, Iyer complaint of back injury ahead of the Ahmedabad Test day 3. The batsman could not even run properly hence, Team India was one batsman short during the first innings.

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On the other hand, Sanju Samson ODI Carrier includes 330 runs in 10 innings of 11 matches, including two half-centuries. Moreover, in the absence of Rohit Sharma in the first match of the ODI series, Hardik Pandya will take over the responsibility of captaincy only in the first ODI against Australia.

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