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India vs Australia ODI: Surya Kumar Yadav Becomes Mitchell Starc’s Walking Wicket as SKY once again out on the first ball

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India vs Australia ODI Surya Kumar Yadav Becomes Mitchell Starc's Walking Wicket as SKY once again out on the first ball

Surya Kumar Yadav Becomes Mitchell Starc’s Walking Wicket as SKY once again out on the first ball: In the ongoing match between India and Australia, Surya Kumar Yadav got out a golden duck. This happened the second time, after Yadav’s consecutive second first ball duck in the series.

Mitchell Starc has been in great form in the series with his ability to swing the ball.

Following the LBW dismissal in the first ODI Surya Kumar Yadav got out in the same fashion to the same bowler in the 2nd ODI as well.

His dismissal opened the floodgates of reactions, and netizens weren’t pleased with Surya’s other failure in ODI cricket.

He has dismissed Shubman Gill, Rohit Sharma, and Suryakumar Yadav so far in the game. More significantly, Suryakumar has become favorite wicket of the Aussie talisman, having wrapped up the batter in two consecutive games.

The 33-year-old pulled off the same trick this time bowing an inswinger and trapping him in front of the wickets. It was an action replay from the previous match and the bowler dismissed him for a golden duck two times on the trot.

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Pakistan Don’t Want to Play in Ahmedabad Unless it’s World Cup Final: Report

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Pakistan Don’t Want to Play in Ahmedabad Unless its World Cup Final: The Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Najam Sethi has intimated his ICC counterpart Greg Barclay about his apprehensions about playing the World Cup match against arch-rivals India at Ahmedabad, according to a PTI report

The Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Najam Sethi has intimated his ICC counterpart Greg Barclay about his apprehensions about playing the World Cup match against arch-rivals India at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium, according to sources.

As it was reported by PTI initially, PCB wants its matches to be scheduled in Kolkata, Chennai and Bengaluru.

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Barclay and ICC General Manager Geoff Allardice were recently in Karachi to seek assurance from PCB boss that they won’t demand to play their ODI World Cup matches at a neutral venue since ACC is all set to reject its demand of playing Asia Cup on basis of ‘Hybrid Model’.

According to a senior PCB source: “Sethi has conveyed to Barclay and Allardice that Pakistan doesn’t want it matches to be scheduled in Ahmedabad unless it is a knock-out game like final.” “He requested ICC to schedule their games in Chennai, Bengaluru and Kolkata if national team gets clearance from Pakistan government to travel to India for the global event scheduled in October and November,” the source added.

While Pakistan board is apprehensive about the security of its players if they have to play India in Ahmedabad, it must be mentioned that Inzamam ul Haq led side had played at the Motera during its 2005 tour to India.

The PCB official also informed that Sethi has asked ICC officials to convince BCCI to accept Pakistan’s Hybrid Model for Asia Cup, which is unlikely to see the light of the day.

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He also confirmed that Sethi had also insisted that it would not accept the new revenue sharing model unless its share was increased in the new five year cycle.

“Sethi pointed out that it was unfair that Pakistan should get a lesser share of the ICC revenues in the new cycle compared to Australia and England,” the source said.

“Sethi argued that Australia and England regularly get to play bilateral series with India and their players also take part in the Indian Premier League which means extra revenues for the two boards from the IPL management,” he added.

The BCCI and ICC officials who are presently in London for the World Test Championship Final are expected to finalize the schedule and venues for the World Cup in the next few days before it is circulated to the member/participating countries.

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IPL 2023: How much did CSK Skipper MS Dhoni earn in IPL 2023

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How much did CSK Skipper MS Dhoni earn in IPL 2023

How much did CSK Skipper MS Dhoni earn in IPL 2023: Mahendra Singh Dhoni proved to be successful Not on and off the field. AS per reports, MS Dhoni’s net worth is approximately Rs 1040 crore.

This remarkable financial success can be attributed to his wife investments, lucrative brand edorsements, and substantial IPL salry.

The Indian Premier League (IPL) is a highly anticipated event in the world of cricket, with 10 teams competing in a total of 74 matches. Each team is set to play a maximum of 14 matches, making for an exciting and action-packed tournament.

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The Chennai Super Kings made a strategic decision to retain the exceptional IPL performer, MS Dhoni, for a staggering sum of Rs 12 crore.

As the former Indian skipper, Dhoni resumed his role as the captain of CSK, bringing his invaluable leadership skills to the team. This decision also implies that Dhoni’s per-match salary for IPL 2023 will be substantial.

As an esteemed member of the Chennai Super Kings (CSK), MS Dhoni’s per match salary in IPL 2023 was estimated to be around Rs 85.71 lakhs.

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Over the course of the last 15 seasons of IPL, MS Dhoni has earned a staggering amount of upwards of Rs 176 crore. This impressive sum is a result of his unwavering commitment to the sport, as well as his role as the captain of CSK and his hefty retention fees.

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