Latest Cricket News Updates https://m.cricwaves-hrd.appspot.com Latest news from m.cricwaves-hrd.appspot.com (c)m.cricwaves-hrd.appspot.com en-gb Mon 06 Dec 2021 3rd ODI: Maxwell, Carey tons as Australia clinch series https://m.cricwaves-hrd.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/P39yLpXMOy_drh-sevawcirc/3rd-odi-maxwell-carey-tons-as-australia-clinch-series.html Glenn Maxwell (108) and Alex Carey (106) hit brilliant tons, and featured in a 212-run stand for the sixth wicket, as Australia recovered from 73/5 to chase down 303, and win the three-match series 2-1. This was England’s first ODI series loss at home since September 2015. Aussies were the opponents back then as well. 2nd ODI: England level series as Australia batting crumbles again https://m.cricwaves-hrd.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/4hnqKzDgdy_drh-sevawcirc/2nd-odi-england-level-series-as-australia-batting-crumbles-again.html Australia suffered their second dramatic collapse in the limited overs series against England, to lose the second ODI by 24 runs, allowing the hosts to level the three-match series 1-1. 1st ODI: Hazlewood, Maxwell sizzle; Billings’ maiden ton in vain https://m.cricwaves-hrd.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/l3ZWN3e1WU_drh-sevawcirc/1st-odi-hazlewood-maxwell-sizzle-billings-maiden-ton-in-vain.html Josh Hazlewood claimed 3/26 and took a diving catch of Jonny Bairstow to play the key role in Australia beating England by 19 runs in the first ODI at Old Trafford. Set to chase a reasonable 295, England slipped to 57 for 4, and fell short in spite of Sam Billings’ fighting maiden hundred. Jos Buttler to miss third T20I after leaving bio-secure bubble https://m.cricwaves-hrd.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/KgBtLONjsF_drh-sevawcirc/jos-buttler-to-miss-third-t20i-after-leaving-bio-secure-bubble.html In-form England batsman Jos Buttler will not feature in the third T20I against Australia after leaving the bio-secure bubble to be with his family. The England and Wales Cricket Board confirmed same on Monday. Would love to see two spinners in England, Australia: Kumble https://m.cricwaves-hrd.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/ooV4CEEiGu_drh-sevawcirc/would-love-to-see-two-spinners-in-england-australia-kumble.html Even as the cricketing fraternity is divided over the decision to not use saliva on the ball when cricket resumes following the forced break due to Coronavirus, ICC's cricket committee and former India spinner Anil Kumble opines that it is time cricket pitches offer more to bowlers. In fact, the legend who has 619 Test wickets to his name added that teams must start considering use of two spinners in places like Australia and England as well.