Former India cricketer Rahul Dravid – who is currently the director at NCA – feels the cash-rich Indian Premier League is extremely important for the growth of cricket as it generates massive revenue. The former India captain added further and said that it is difficult to maintain a bio-security cover for domestic matches.
“I’m sure leagues like the IPL will be able to put in the kind of biosecure environments required, like what EPL, Bundesliga or what ECB did with the England-West Indies series. I’m sure every effort will be made to do that. Let’s be honest. There is a lot of revenue that rides with tournaments like the IPL. I know if you’re cynical about it, you can only look at the money that the big players make or maybe the franchises or BCCI make, but where does that money go? It goes down to state associations, in conducting Under-19 and Under-16 tournaments, so a lot of the revenue associated with the game,” Dravid said in a webinar hosted by Deccan Herald, reported ESPN Cricinfo.
“The fact of the matter is, none of the domestic sport actually generates any revenue. In fact, it costs a lot of money to hold. So if you want to give young boys and girls the opportunity to play, if you want to give them opportunities to express their talent, money has got to come from somewhere. The reality is, to conduct tournaments and develop high-class athletes, it costs money; there’s a financial element involved,” he added further.
ECC vs KCC Dream11 Team Hints, ECS T10-Malmo: Captain And Vice-Captain, Fantasy Cricket Tips Evergreen Cricket Club vs Karlskrona Cricket Club, 3rd T10 at Limhamnsfaltet at 5:00 PM IST Monday August 3
ECC vs KCC Dream11 Tips And Predictions
Dream11 Team Prediction Evergreen Cricket Club vs Karlskrona Cricket Club, 3rd T10 – Fantasy Cricket Tips For Today’s ECC vs KCC at Limhamnsfaltet: In the third match of the ECS T10-Malmo, Evergreen Cricket Club will start their campaign against Karlskrona Cricket Club. Following that, Malmohus will return to the field for the penultimate match of the day facing Evergreen while the final contest will be between Karlskrona and Malmo Kings.
European Cricket Series continues its run with the ECS T10-Malmo getting underway from August 3 in Malmo. A total of ten teams are taking part in the event with 25 matches across five days. The teams have been divided into two groups – A and B. Group A comprises Malmo Kings Cricket Club, Helsingborg Royals, Evergreen Cricket Club, Karlskrona Cricket Club and Malmohus Cricket Club. Group B will include Ariana Cricket Club, Ariana AKIF, Gothenburg Cricket Club, Karlskrona Zalmi Cricketforening and Malmo Cricket Club.
All the matches will be played at Limhamnsfaltet in Malmo (Sweden).
Toss: The toss between Evergreen Cricket Club and Karlskrona Cricket Club will take place at 4:30 PM (IST).
Time: 5:00 PM IST
ECC vs KCC My Dream11 Team
Irfan Mian (captain), Ganesh Swaroop (vice-captain), Gopi Krishna, Saqib Latif, Sanjeev Sharma, Asif Kalyal, Sameer Sidhanti, Sandeep Mallidi, Umar Nawaz, Rizwan Shah, Sai Teja Pennada
ECC vs KCC Squads
Evergreen Cricket Club: Ahmer Ali, Zia Ul Haq, Rizwan Shah, Waqar Khan, Umar Nawaz, Tauqeer Ahmed, Saqib Latif, Waqas Ali, Raees Ahmad, Shamraiz Iqbal, Shahid Sarwar, ZahidKaini, Raja Ilyas, Mehraan Khan, Irfan Mian, Aftab Mohammad, Arsalan Ali, Asif Kalyal, Nazar Mohammad, Wahidullah Mohammadullah
Karlskrona Cricket Club: Karthik Rachakonda, Dattu Appaji, Avinash Singh, Sandeep Mallidi, Ram Kishan, Sai Teja Pennada, Raghu Gundra, Sanjeev Sharma, Vivek Gudipati, Gopi Krishna, Sameer Sidhanti, Ganesh Swaroop, Baboo Duggal, Chinmoy Singh, Srinivasan Jayaraman, Navneet Chamala, Saisrivatsava Manchala
Check Dream11 Prediction/ ECC Dream11 Team/ KCC Dream11 Team/ Evergreen Cricket Club Dream11 Team/ Karlskrona Cricket Club Dream11 Team/ Dream11 Guru Tips/ Online Cricket Tips and more.
India Pull Out of Women’s World Team Squash Championship Due to Coronavirus Pandemic
India on Monday pulled out of the Women’s World Team Squash Championship scheduled to be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from December 15 to 20 due to “lack of preparation time” and “uncertainties” about travelling amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
SRFI secretary general and former national coach Cyrus Poncha said the decision was taken after consulting with the top players.
“Due to uncertainties regarding guidelines for the safe travel of our athletes and staff for national & international tournaments (yet to be obtained from the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports (MYAS) & Sports Authority of India (SAI)), coupled with lack of preparation time and match readiness of athletes, and after consulting our top players, the SRFI has decided to withdraw from the championship,” he said in a press release.
The WSF and Squash Rackets Federation of India (SRFI) have been constantly monitoring the scenario arising out of the global health crisis.
Considering the August 15 deadline, the SRFI had requested the WSF for an extension for registration which was not given, the release said.
“The SRFI is also waiting for guidelines from the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports (MYAS) & Sports Authority of India (SAI) for international participation with top priority being safety and security of the players and staff for any international event,” it said.
The coronavirus case count continues to rise in the country with Mumbai, Delhi and Chennai — all major squash centres — badly hit by the virus, making resumption of training difficult.
“As the situation develops and improves, SRFI in consultation with the Sports Ministry and SAI will take necessary steps for resuming sport in the country in compliance with the SOPs that would be brought out along with any further development required for squash,” the governing body said.
The Asian Junior Individual Championship 2020 has also been cancelled by the Asian Squash Federation due to the pandemic. The event was scheduled to be held at Qingdao, China in June but was postponed to December before being finally cancelled.
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in sporting events across the globe being either cancelled or rescheduled.
The Tokyo Olympics in Japan was also postponed to next year due to the dreaded disease.
What Man Utd’s plan for Jadon Sancho ‘has always been’ as transfer edges closer
“Manchester United need a right winger,” Neville told Sky Sports’ The Gary Neville podcast.
“He’s a big, big talent, honestly he really is.
“I always think, particularly as a wide player, what would I have not wanted to have played against?
“The first thing is pace. And then you’ve got to think about, can he use his pace? Well yes he can, because he makes really good quality runs: the spin in behind, straight, but also the run inside in between full-back and centre-back – which I always think is the most difficult to mark.
“And then you think, well has he got quality on the ball? Could you just left him have it? Sometimes you’ve got quick players, let him have the ball.
“But when you let him have the ball, he can get it out of his feet and whip ridiculously good crosses in. So that’s when you’re thinking about the fact that you’ve got a real problem, as a full-back.
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