Lie detector tests, as suggested by Steve Waugh, are not the only solution to eliminate corruption in cricket, according to Steve Van Aperen, the polygraph expert who conducted the tests on the former Australian skipper.
Pakistan’s Hanif Mohammad is regarded as the very first Little Master. On Sunday afternoon in London, he received a surprise telephone call from another Little Master, India’s Sunil Gavaskar.
Billy Bowden’s recall to the international Test panel of umpires is under consideration by the International Cricket Council. Pressure is mounting due to there being limited options available when choosing neutral umpires to officiate in the current Ashes series.
Norman Gordon will be 102 years of age on Tuesday.
Parvez Rasool’s friends and nearby shop-keepers in Bijbehara town in Jammu and Kashmir had gathered at his residence in the morning. They had hoped Parvez’s inclusion in the final XI to-day and the father had invited them to watch the match at his residence.
Pakistan’s Zulfiqar Babar was just an 8-year-old schoolboy when Javed Miandad’s six against India in Sharjah’s 1986 final brought victory for his team.
Mahipal Sharma, the father of Team India’s Man of the Match award winner on Thursday went to his office in the morning as he was not sure of his son’s inclusion in the final eleven.
Rahul Dravid and two other Indian players have been made witnesses on a Delhi police charge sheet against spot-fixers in Indian Premier League (IPL) matches, according to Kailash Bisht, the Investigation Officer in Delhi police Special Cell.
Trent Woodhill, the former batting coach of the Pakistan team is not disturbed with the recent criticism by former players.
Hansie Cronje has been named on a Delhi Police chargesheet relating to the match-fixing case of 2000.