2022 September News Digest
ICC releases the T20 World Cup prize money
The 2022 T20 World Cup champions will get US $1.6 million News Digest, according to the International Cricket Council. The prize money remained the same for the 2021 competition. Like in the previous competition, the losers will receive $400,000 apiece while the runners-up will receive $800,000. The eight teams who finally leave the Super 12 stage will get US $70,000 each, compared to $40,000 for each team that leaves in the first round.
Jasprit Bumrah has been replaced for the remaining T20I match against South Africa by Mohammed Siraj, the BCCI said in a press release.
The BCCI Medical Team is now evaluating Bumrah, who has a back complaint, according to the announcement.
Due to back spasms, Bumrah missed the Asia Cup in the United Arab Emirates as well as a portion of the limited overs series against England. The fast bowler came back for the second T20I rubber against Australia and then participated in the series’ last two games. He did not play in the first T20I against South Africa, though, due to a recurring back issue.
Siraj has taken five wickets for India in five T20 Internationals. In 65 IPL games, he has also collected 59 wickets. The fast bowler had 11 wickets each in the IPL seasons of 2020 and 2021, but he struggled in this year’s competition, taking just nine victims at a 57.11 average.
The 2022–23 season will see the debut of Decision Review System technology in both the Big Bash League and Women’s Big Bash League.
DRS has been embraced by players and match officials who want to see actual improvements in decision-making without any impact on match speed.All KFC BBL|12 matches and the 24 Weber WBBL|08 matches will use the system “A Big Bash press release said this.
Power Surge will now also be employed in the WBBL as a result of its successful introduction in the BBL. This season, the BBL will also employ a “innings clock” in place of the Bash Boost point and X-Factor substitute.
“The Power Surge innovation, which was effectively utilised in the KFC BBL, was brought to the Weber WBBL this season. Each inning will now begin with a four-over Powerplay in every game in both competitions, with the opportunity for the batting side to declare a two-over Power Surge in between overs. 11 and 20. During certain moments, a maximum of two fielders may be outside the field restriction circle.
In the KFC BBL|12, an innings clock will be utilised, requiring fielding sides to begin the last over within 79 minutes (plus allowances). The fielding team will be penalised during the game and will be limited to using just four fielders beyond the field restriction circle for the remaining innings if this condition is not met. The Weber WBBL|08 will not use an innings clock “said the release.
Mohammed Shami hasn’t entirely recovered from COVID to play in the South Africa T20Is, which begin today, as previously reported by Cricbuzz, while Deepak Hooda has also been ruled out due to a back ailment.
Umesh Yadav and Shreyas Iyer have been substituted by the management for Shami and Hooda, respectively. Shahbaz Ahmed, an all-around player, has also joined the team.
Hanuma Vihari, an Indian batter, will captain the Rest of India team in the Irani Cup match against Saurashtra, the champions of the 2019–20 Ranji Trophy, which is slated to take place from October 1–5, 2022, at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Rajkot.
Mayank Agarwal, the India opener, is also included in the Rest of India team. The group also includes left-arm spinner Saurabh Kumar, who recently picked up a nine-wicket haul in a first-class match against New Zealand.
The 16-person team also includes notable players like Yash Dhull, Priyank Panchal, Sarfaraaz Khan, Yashasvi Jaiswal, KS Bharat, Kuldeep Sen, Umran Malik, and Abhimanyu Easwaran.
Sarfaraaz Khan, Yashasvi Jaiswal, Mayank Agarwal, Priyank Panchal, Abhimanyu Easwaran, Yash Dhull, and K.S. Bharat, Upendra Yadav, Jayant Yadav, Saurabh Kumar, R Sai Kishore, Mukesh Kumar, Umran Malik, Kuldeep Sen, and Arzan Nagwaswalla are the members