The 2020 IPL season is almost upon us and the eight franchises will once again be battling it out to win the prestigious crown. The Mumbai Indians are the reigning champions, having secured their fourth title last season by beating the Chennai Super Kings in a thrilling final by one run.
Since 1xBet offers the widest betting offer on cricket it’s only natural that we’re interested in the history and achievements of this great sport. And what better way to celebrate cricket as a sport than taking a closer look at some of its most emblematic players of all time that India offered to the world? It’s already well-known that India doesn’t consider cricket as a sport, it’s a national love affair and everyone will have a say in how the list of top cricket players should look like. Check out this list and you are free to share your feedback in the comments section.
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It has been a topsy-turvy year for England cricket. Although the team was unable to regain the Ashes on home soil, the sport was put firmly on the radar of casuals once again after their dramatic World Cup success at Lord’s, the most iconic cricket arena in the history of the sport. Few people could forget the ‘Super Over’ victory over New Zealand, winning by the finest of margins in a pulsating encounter. Subsequently, several of the one-day squad have been recognised for their efforts by the Queen.
In a stunning and most unexpected turnaround, Graeme Smith has agreed to become the acting Director of Cricket in South Africa. This news comes hot on the heels of Smith’s refusal to take up the position citing concerns that he would not have the freedom to implement the required changes the organization needed so badly. There have, however, been a flurry of suspensions and resignations from the South African cricket board over the last week which could well have changed Smith’s mind.