Since the advent of T20 cricket, the excitement levels in the game have certainly risen thanks to some big hitting. The shortest format of cricket has seen many T20 league mushroom all across the club purely due to the entertainment value.
Even as the teams get ready for next year's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, Michael Hussey has predicted that spin will not play much of a part in the mega-tournament and only "mystery spinners" like Saeed Ajmal and Sunil Narine have a chance of succeeding.
Selection snubs despite good performances have left him feeling hurt but veteran Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh says being ignored repeatedly has not dampened his spirits and he would continue to try for a comeback in the national team.
The Victoria-born Australian cricketer, Glenn Maxwell has created a havoc among the bowlers, who are part of the Indian Premier League`s ongoing edition. The million-dollar baby, in this edition, has shifted his base from Mumbai to Mohali.
Chris Gayle will be itching to get back to his power-hitting ways when West Indies lock horns with Australia, who will depend on Glenn Maxwell`s pyrotechnics, during their crucial Group 2 League encounter of the ICC World Twenty20 here tomorrow.
Former Australian cricketers Stuart MacGill and Ashley Mallett, who have been appointed by Cricket Australia`s Centre of Excellence as coach and consultant respectively, are reportedly set to give a new direction to the country`s spin attack.