Delhi Capitals Take on UP Warriorz; KL Rahul’s Career of Two Halves

Meanwhile, the BCCI could appeal against ICC’s verdict on the Indore pitch which the governing body rated as ‘poor’ after the third Test between India and Australia lasted just over seven sessions. The Indian cricket board has 13 days to lodge the appeal. The pitches for the Nagpur and Delhi matches received ‘average’ ratings. After the rating, batting legend Sunil Gavaskar had hit out at the critics while reminding how the Gabba Test last year didn’t even last two days.

In Dhaka, Bangladesh avoided a clean sweep by winning the third and final ODI against England. After being kept to a modest 246-all out in 48.5 overs, Bangladesh produced a superb show with the ball to bowl out the world champions on 196 for a big 50-run win. England though clinched the series 2-1 but the hosts would have gained some confidence ahead of a three-match T20I series against the same opponent that starts from Thursday.

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