Cricket West Indies (CWI) on Wednesday announced a new variant of limited-over cricket -- called the 6ixty -- which will be part of their domestic competition from August.
Bangladesh are set to embark on a month-long tour in the West Indies this month to test their skills in all three formats against the home side, once an undisputed powerhouse of the game.
Known for his big-hitting ability over the years, West Indies’ star batter Chris Gayle hasn’t been able to live up to his expectations for Fortune Barishal in the ongoing Bangabandhu Bangladesh Premier League.
Rangpur Riders are lying in fifth spot in this season’s BPL after six matches with their batting being the weak link so far despite their bowlers consistently doing the job. Their top-order have collapsed in some matches and dangerman Chris Gayle is yet to fire. Rangpur Riders coach opined that once the ‘Universe Boss’ keeps going, he will be a gale force of nature but the team’s emphasis should be on the collective responsibility of scoring runs in the top-order.
Chris Gayle hit an unbeaten 62, his third fifty-plus knock on the trot, as Kings XI Punjab recorded a massive nine-wicket win against
A grimacing MS Dhoni nearly pulled off an unbelievable win for Chennai Super Kings before Kings XI Punjab scraped through with a dramatic four-run victory in the Indian Premier League on Sunday.
Chris Gayle is doubtful for the second ODI against New Zealand after he was unable to field during the Black Caps innings due to suffering from an illness.
The West Indies will hope short-form master Chris Gayle can inspire a misfiring batting line-up in the one-day international series against New Zealand.
Gayle hammered an unbeaten 146 off 69 balls to take his side to a highly challenging 206-1 before the Rangpur bowlers restricted the opposition to 149-9 as Mashrafe Bin Mortaza's side clinch their maiden BPL title.