Drop-in pitches will help sub-continent teams: Michael Bevan
Drop-in pitches will help sub-continent teams: Michael Bevan

Drop-in pitches at several venues of World Cup matches will nullify home advantage as such wickets tend to be more benign and will help subcontinent teams acclimatise quicker in the cricket's showpiece event, according to former Australian all-rounder Michael Bevan. 

Ajit Agarkar finds Cheteshwar Pujara's axing from 4th Test strange
Ajit Agarkar finds Cheteshwar Pujara's axing from 4th Test strange

Former India pacer Ajit Agarkar on Tuesday said that dropping middle-order batsman Cheteshwar Pujara for the fourth and final cricket Test against Australia was a "bit strange" and felt that he should have been given a longer run.

Melbourne is India's best chance to win: Michael Bevan
Melbourne is India's best chance to win: Michael Bevan

Notwithstanding the 2-0 scoreline in favour of the home team, former Australian all-rounder Michael Bevan is impressed with the brand of cricket played in the series and feels Indians have a good chance to bounce back in Melbourne in the third cricket Test, starting tomorrow.

Is James Faulkner more handy all-rounder than Bevan?

Very much like Michael Bevan, James Faulkner also has a knack to play till the very end of the innings to help his team to come out triumphant. Even Australian skipper Michael Clarke reportedly praised the dashing youngster as the team’s ‘new Michael Bevan’ after his heroics at Gabba.

Clarke hails Faulkner as Oz`s new `Michael Bevan` following third ODI `heroics`

Australian captain Michael Clarke has reportedly hailed all-rounder James Faulkner as the team`s `new Michael Bevan` following his match-winning inning at the Gabba on Saturday in the second ODI against England on Friday.

George Bailey says can do finishing job in middle overs like Hussey and Bevan

George Bailey has claimed he is not as good as Michael Hussey or Michael Bevan, but he believes he can cement his position in the middle order of the one-day team.

Jones, Bevan take up Bangladesh T20 coaching roles

Former Australian batsmen Dean Jones and Michael Bevan have taken up coaching roles with the Chittagong Kings franchise in the forthcoming Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) Twenty20 competition, officials said on Friday.

Orissa cricketers to have an exposure trip Down Under

The Orissa Cricket Association has announced it would send a team of 21 players to Australia for an exposure trip.

Need to carry on the good work done by Kirsten: Bevan

Former Australian cricketer Michael Bevan welcomed the appointment of Duncan Fletcher as the new coach of the Indian cricket team.

Kings XI hoping ‘X-factor’ will work for them

IPL franchise Kings XI Punjab is not too bothered about the lack of star players in its ranks and hopes that the “X-factor” will work in their favour.

Stars` absence won`t affect Kings XI`s chances: Bevan

Michael Bevan on Wednesday said absence of a few world-class players would not affect his side`s chances in the fourth edition of the Indian Premier League.

Bevan picks India to win World Cup

Michael Bevan has picked India as one of the favourites to win the World Cup starting next month in the sub-continent.

Bevan to coach Orissa Ranji team

The Orissa Cricket Association (OCA) named former Australian cricketer Michael Bevan as chief coach for the state`s Ranji Trophy team for the year 2011-12.

Michael Bevan to be appointed chief coach of Orissa cricket

In their biggest ever high profile appointment, the Orissa Cricket Association (OCA) is all set to rope in former Australian one-day specialist
Michael Bevan as their chief coach for the next season.

Bevan happy with the team for 4th IPL edition

As the players auction for the fourth edition of the IPL concluded today, the Kings XI Punjab coach Michael Bevan is happy with the team he has got to work with.

Michael Bevan to coach Kings XI Punjab in IPL-IV

Kings XI Punjab appointed former Australian ODI specialist Michael Bevan as the coach for the upcoming IPL season IV.

Michael Bevan approached to join OCA as advisor

Former Australian one-day specialist Michael Bevan has been approached by the Orissa Cricket Association (OCA) to join it as an advisor for the development of the sport.