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Ranji Trophy: Haryana humble defending champions Saurashtra | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: In a low-scoring Ranji Trophy match in Rajkot on Sunday, Haryana secured a noteworthy victory by four wickets over defending champions Saurashtra on their home turf.Starting day three at 148 for six, Saurashtra managed to stretch their second innings to 220 all out, courtesy of contributions from skipper Jaydev Unadkat (23) and Parth Bhut (47). This set a 166-run target for Haryana.Although Haryana encountered some tense moments, losing three quick wickets in the final session, they ultimately achieved the target. Ashok Menaria played a pivotal role in the chase with an unbeaten 58, while Rahul Tewatia (10 not out) provided support at the other end.Saurashtra let the game slip away from them on the opening day when they were bundled out for 145 with Jayant Yadav taking a five...
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IPL 2024 Rules: ‘A very small change with a huge impact’: IPL 2024 to allow two bouncers an over | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Indian Premier League has introduced a significant change that allows bowlers to deliver two bouncers per over in an effort to create a fairer balance between batsmen and bowlers. The new rule will come into play in the upcoming edition in 2024.This alteration, which was successfully tested during the 2023-24 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, India's domestic T20 tournament, aims to give bowlers a greater range of options and add an element of surprise for batsmen.Also See: IPL Auction 2024 Live Updates'Small change with a huge impact'One player who has welcomed this new rule is Jaydev Unadkat, a veteran from Saurashtra who has set his base price at INR 50 lakh for the upcoming IPL 2024 auction. Unadkat believes that this change could be a game-changer for bowlers, providing them with...
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Vijay Hazare Trophy: Minnows Tripura shock defending champions Saurashtra | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Despite the presence of experienced Indian batsman Cheteshwar Pujara, Saurashtra faced a setback as Tripura secured a convincing 148-run victory over the defending champions in their Group A match of the Vijay Hazare Trophy in Bengaluru on Monday.Tripura posted a challenging total of 258 for 8, powered by half-centuries from Bikram Kumar Das (59 off 76 balls), Sudip Chatterjee (61 off 93 balls), and Ganesh Satish (71 off 74 balls).Jaydev Unadkat, the veteran left-arm pacer, led Saurashtra's bowling with an impressive five-wicket haul (5 for 35).In response, Saurashtra struggled and could only manage 110 runs before being bowled out in 31.4 overs. Part-timer Joydeb Deb shone with the ball, claiming a five-wicket haul (5 for 15).Saurashtra faced early trouble at 13 for three, l...
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Cheteshwar Pujara skips Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy | Cricket News – Times of India

AHMEDABAD: For the first time in his career, veteran India batsman Cheteshwar Pujara has decided to skip the upcoming Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy. The 35-year-old’s name was missing from the Saurashtra squad which was announced on Wednesday by the Saurashtra Cricket Association."I am skipping the Mushtaq Ali Trophy since I have been playing a lot of cricket lately but I will start playing from next month onwards," Pujara told TOI. "He expressed his unwillingness to play in the tournament," said SCA president Jaydev Shah.Though he played 105 Tests for India, in which he scored 7,195 runs@43.60, Pujara's white-ball career never took-he played just five ODIs. In 71 T20s, he scored 1556 runs@29.35, with one hundred and nine fifties.Recently, Pujara's former India teammate Shikhar Dhawan too...
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Jaydev Unadkat, Jayant Yadav record five-fors in maiden County outings

India seamer Jaydev Unadkat and spinner Jayant Yadav made impressive debuts in the English County circuit, taking five-wicket hauls for Sussex and Middlesex respectively. Unadkat, who could be back in contention for selection in the Indian Test side later this year for the tour of South Africa, took an overall nine wickets for Sussex against Leicestershire to help them win by just 15 runs in a Division Two match. The left-arm seamer took 3 for 23 in the first innings and returned with figures of 32.4-6-94-6 in the second essay to help Sussex not only record a narrow win but also revive their hopes of promotion into Division One.Most Read 1 Jawan box office collection day 7: Shah Rukh Khan’s blockbuster to pass Rs 700 cr worldwide gross today, delivers biggest first-we...
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Jaydev Unadkat, Jayant Yadav record five-fors in maiden County outings | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Indian seamer Jaydev Unadkat and spinner Jayant Yadav delivered impressive performances in their debut appearances in the English County circuit.Unadkat, who is now a potential candidate for the Indian Test squad in the upcoming tour of South Africa, showcased his skills by claiming an impressive nine-wicket haul for Sussex against Leicestershire in a Division Two match, which ultimately resulted in Sussex securing a hard-fought 15-run victory.Unadkat's contributions included a noteworthy 3 for 23 in the first innings and a remarkable 6 for 94 in the second innings, not only sealing the win but also reigniting Sussex's aspirations for promotion to Division One.India batter Cheteshwar Pujara, who is also Sussex's captain, scored 26 and 23 in the game and also took a spectacula...
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WATCH: Jaydev Unadkat bags 9 wickets in 2 matches | Cricket News – Times of India

MUMBAI: Jaydev Unadkat's love affair with the red ball is continuing in his maiden County cricket season too. Out of scheme for India's white-ball plans, the left-arm pacer produced a superb nine-wicket haul (3-23 & 6-94) to help Sussex score a 15-run thrilling win over Leicestershire in a County Championships Division 2 match on Wednesday. Unadkat's match-winning spell was even more special since came in his home debut at the Central County Ground in Hove, and under the captaincy of his India and Saurashtra teammate Cheteshwar Pujara, who scored 26 & 23.It was just his second County Championship match for Sussex.In the second innings, overcoming a sore ankle, Unadkat finished with figures of six for 94 after bowling 32.4 overs, with his final four wickets coming in the last hou...
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Middlesex sign Indian all-rounder Jayant Yadav for County Championship | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Middlesex County Cricket Club has secured the services of Indian off-spin all-rounder Jayant Yadav for the crucial final four matches of the ongoing county championship season. This move comes as Middlesex aim to strengthen their squad for the pivotal encounters in September.In his previous county stint during the 2022 season, Jayant Yadav showcased his skills by claiming 12 wickets in just two appearances for Warwickshire. Now, the 33-year-old cricketer is ready to don the Middlesex colours and make an impact in the upcoming games."I am honoured and excited to join the prestigious Middlesex County Cricket Club for the upcoming Championship games and be a part of its rich cricketing history. I enjoyed my experience of playing County cricket last year and am eagerly looking fo...
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India pacer signs up with county side Sussex, to play three matches in September | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Sussex Cricket on Thursday announced the signing of Indian left-arm pacer Jaydev Unadkat for the first three County Championship matches in September.Unadkat will be available for selection for the games against Durham, Leicestershire and Derbyshire.Sussex are looking to secure promotion to the first division.Unadkat, 31, has played 4 Tests, 8 ODIs and 10 T20I matches for India and was recently part of the Test side that toured the West Indies.“I am excited to join Sussex for their Championship games in September. The English County Championship has a wonderful legacy, and I was keen to grab the opportunity whenever I can and it seems to be the right time for me at this point in my career," Unadkat said in a release. “His record is outstanding, and we will be looking for Jayd...
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ODI World Cup 2023: Shardul Thakur and Jaydev Unadkat set for extra pacer’s slot tie-breaker | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: The national selection committee will have its task cut out as it would have to choose between Shardul Thakur and Jaydev Unadkat for the extra fast bowler's slot in the 15-member India squad for the World Cup, starting October 5.As per ICC rule, every team has to submit its initial squad of 15 by September 5 but the final submission can be done by September 27, and a country is allowed to make as many changes as possible between the initial and final submission.Interestingly, the Australia series ends on September 27, the day of the final submission.Therefore, one shouldn't be surprised if India carry around 16 to 18 members for both the Asia Cup and Australia home series before zeroing in on the final squad.So Unadkat and Shardul will certainly get their share of chances dur...
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India vs West Indies: There won’t be drastic changes in playing XI, says Rohit Sharma | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: After India's resounding triumph in the first Test against the West Indies, Indian cricket captain Rohit Sharma has announced that there will be no major shake-ups in the winning combination for the upcoming second Test. However, he acknowledged that the ever-changing weather conditions at the Queens Park Oval have hindered the team's ability to gain a clear understanding of the playing surface.In a refreshing move, Rohit Sharma had earlier revealed the inclusion of debutant Yashasvi Jaiswal and a change in Shubman Gill's batting position, injecting new vigour into the team's lineup."In Dominica, we had a clear idea when we saw the pitch and knew the conditions. Here we don't have clarity as there is talk of rain, but I don't think there will be drastic changes. But whatever ...
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‘Humare paas fast bowlers ki line nahi lagi hui hai’: Rohit Sharma on injury problems in Indian pace attack

Jasprit Bumrah, injured. Mohammed Shami, rested. No Ishant Sharma or Umesh Yadav either. The fabled quartet of Indian pace attack is missing as the Rohit Sharma-led side gets ready to take on the West Indies in the first of two Test matches starting Wednesday in Roseau, Dominica. Among the pace bowlers, Mohammed Siraj (19 Tests) travels as the most experienced of the lot. While Shardul Thakur (9), Jaydev Unadkat (2), Navdeep Saini (2) and Mukesh Kumar don’t have the same experienced all combined. The Indian skipper lend thoughts on the absence of the big names and the opportunity to some new ones in the upcoming series. “We’ve seen that the pacers have taken a lot of wickets here. But it is what it is. Players get injured and we have to rotate them unfortunately. Humare paas fast bowle...
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Exclusive: All of us miss Rishabh Pant and he will be missed till he comes back, says Navdeep Saini | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Indian fast bowler Navdeep Saini reached London recently to join Worcestershire for his county cricket stint.As soon as he got off the plane, Saini powered up his phone and there were a flurry of messages. Among them was a significant one, notifying him of his inclusion in India's Test squad for the upcoming two-match series against the West Indies. Saini, who has played two Tests, eight ODIs and eleven T20Is for India so far, last played a Test during India's triumphant Border-Gavaskar Trophy campaign in Australia during the 2020-21 season under Ajinkya Rahane's captaincy. Subsequently, Saini has been absent from the Test arena. Now, the 30 year old is determined to seize this opportunity and make the most of it. Saini was signed by Worcestershire for four matches, but he wi...
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India vs West Indies: Jaydev Unadkat, Mukesh Kumar, Navdeep Saini in three-way fight for fifth bowler’s slot | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: As the Indian team prepares for the upcoming two-Test series, the team management finds themselves in a predicament over the selection of the third pacer. Jaydev Unadkat, Mukesh Kumar, and Navdeep Saini are locked in a three-way fight for the coveted spot in the bowling lineup.The Windsor Park in Roseau, the Dominican capital, is not as renowned as other West Indian grounds like Sabina Park or Kensington Oval.Hosting only five Tests, four ODIs, and an equal number of T20Is, it lacks recent data on the behaviour of the pitch.Recent history doesn't favour the West Indies either, as they have won only one out of the five Tests played at this ground, against Zimbabwe. The last Test at this venue in 2017 saw Pakistan emerge victorious by 101 runs within three days.Reflecting on th...
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Virat Kohli: India vs West Indies: Virat Kohli’s problems outside off-stump continue as Yashasvi Jaiswal shines in intra-squad practice game | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Virat Kohli found himself grappling with familiar struggles outside the off-stump in an intense intra-squad practice game ahead of the series opener against the West Indies. His dismissal during the game once again raised concerns about his technique in handling deliveries in the corridor of uncertainty. Meanwhile, young talent Yashasvi Jaiswal made a strong case for a coveted Test cap with an impressive batting display.The practice game featured a mix of local club cricketers and the Indian team's 16 players, aimed at simulating match-like conditions. Kohli faced a formidable challenge from seasoned left-arm seamer Jaydev Unadkat, who exploited Kohli's vulnerability with deliveries outside the off-stump.Lacking distinct footwork, Kohli tentatively fished at the ball, only to...
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Team India prepares for World Test Championship final with focus on bowlers workload | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: In the lead-up to the highly anticipated World Test Championship final against Australia, commencing on June 7 at The Oval, the Indian cricket team is diligently working on building the workload for their bowlers, who recently participated in the demanding Indian Premier League (IPL).While a group of players, including Mohammed Siraj, Shardul Thakur, Axar Patel, Jaydev Unadkat, and Umesh Yadav, were part of the initial batch that travelled to England, pace spearhead Mohammed Shami's departure was delayed due to the IPL final being moved to the reserve day following incessant rain.Joining the first batch, middle-order mainstay Virat Kohli, alongside the Rahul Dravid-led coaching staff, arrived on Monday. Additionally, Cheteshwar Pujara, who was occupied with County Championshi...
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Virat Kohli joins Team India’s training session ahead of WTC final | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: India's batting sensation and former captain, Virat Kohli, joined the national team's training session on Monday at the picturesque Arundel Castle Cricket Club. Kohli's return to the squad has bolstered hopes for the upcoming World Test Championship (WTC) final against Australia at the Oval, scheduled from June 7 to 11.Accompanying Kohli in the training session was left-arm seamer Jaydev Unadkat, who seemed to have made a full recovery from a left shoulder injury that had kept him on the sidelines. The duo's active participation in the practice session was a welcome sight for the team management and fans alike.The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) shared pictures of the team members, including Kohli, as they began their preparations for the highly anticipated WTC F...
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Suryansh Shedge replaces injured Jaydev Unadkat at LSG

Young Mumbai all-rounder Suryansh Shedge has been picked as a replacement for injured seamer Jaydev Unadkat in Lucknow Super Giants, the IPL franchise said on Thursday. The replacement comes more than two weeks after Unadkat was ruled out of the remainder of the IPL because of a left-shoulder injury, which he sustained while training in the nets. “Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) on Thursday brought Suryansh Shedge on board as a replacement for the injured Jaydev Unadkat for the remainder of the TATA Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023,” the LSG said in a statement. Suryansh joins LSG for Rs 20 lakh, the franchise informed. The 20-year-old Shedge was included in Mumbai’s 17-member Ranji squad last season after scoring 184 runs in eight games and claiming 12 wickets in the U-25 State A Trophy. Un...
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IPL 2023: Lucknow Super Giants name Suryansh Shedge as replacement of injured Jaydev Unadkat | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) on Thursday announced the selection of young Mumbai all-rounder Suryansh Shedge as a replacement for the injured seamer Jaydev Unadkat. Unadkat had been ruled out of the remainder of the IPL due to a left-shoulder injury sustained during a training session.In a statement, the LSG confirmed that Suryansh Shedge had joined the team as Unadkat's replacement for the rest of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023. The franchise acquired Shedge for Rs 20 lakh."Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) on Thursday brought Suryansh Shedge on board as a replacement for the injured Jaydev Unadkat for the remainder of the TATA Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023," LSG said in a statement.Suryansh Shedge, a 20-year-old player, had previously been included in Mumbai's 17-member Ran...
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Ishan Kishan named injured KL Rahul’s replacement in India’s WTC final squad | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Young wicket-keeper batter Ishan Kishan has been named injured KL Rahul's replacement in India's World Test Championship (WTC) final squad by the All-India Senior Selection Committee on Monday.India will take on Australia in the WTC final scheduled to be held from June 7 to 11 at The Oval.Rahul suffered an injury to his right upper thigh while fielding during an IPL match between Lucknow Super Giants and Royal Challengers Bangalore on May 1 in Lucknow."After consultations with specialists, it has been decided that Rahul will undergo surgery at the earliest followed by rehab at the National Cricket Academy for the same. He is ruled out of the upcoming ICC World Test Championship (WTC) final against Australia," a BCCI statement read.Paceman Jaydev Unadkat also sustained a left ...