1:33 PM ET The future of BCCI CEO Rahul Johri, who is facing allegations of sexual harassment, will be decided by an independent enquiry committee, with the Committee of Administrators (CoA) deciding to recuse itself and any other internal body from examining Johri’s explanation. An independent three-member panel chaired by Rakesh Sharma, a former judge
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2:13 PM ET Sidharth Monga Seven state associations of the BCCI have written to the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) and the office bearers asking them to immediately suspend the board’s chief executive Rahul Johri pending inquiry into anonymous allegations of sexual harassment against him that emerged a fortnight ago. They want the allegations
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8:53 AM ET Mohammad IsamESPN Two thrillers on the same day Sylhet Division’s three-run win over Dhaka Metropolis in Tier 2 was the narrowest victory in the NCL’s history. The second-narrowest win also came on the same day, when Rangpur Division beat Barisal Division by five runs in Tier 1. Sylhet’s hero was Khaled Ahmed,
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3:00 AM ET Big picture Bangladesh-Zimbabwe series have lately been exclusively one-sided, so a dead rubber certainly doesn’t do much to add excitement. But for a Zimbabwe side that has endured a horrid last month or so, the third ODI in Chittagong will be another opportunity to prove their worth ahead of the Test series.
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3:52 AM ET Departing Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland has revealed his regret that the Newlands ball tampering scandal may not have played out so disastrously, resulting in bans for Steven Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft, had he been able to intervene earlier in the affair. Sutherland famously turned off the TV in
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12:23 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff West Indies allrounder Dwayne Bravo has called time on his international career. He will however continue to play franchise T20 cricket across the world. The 35-year-old made his debut in 2004, and played 40 Tests, 164 ODIs and 66 T20Is, although his last international appearance was more than two years
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11:29 PM ET On a rollercoaster day where both team’s fortunes nearly flipped upside down, many accepted the tie in the second India-West Indies ODI as a suitable result. But that moment at the end of West Indies’ innings itself was made by a stalemate that wasn’t apparent at first. MS Dhoni had made a
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7:14 AM ET Mohammad IsamESPN Bangladesh have included Soumya Sarkar in the squad for the third ODI against Zimbabwe in Chittagong. Soumya left Khulna on the third day of his side’s ongoing first-class match against Rajshahi Division. Chief selector Minhajul Abedin confirmed to ESPNcricinfo that Soumya was the only addition to the current squad. This
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  shares Toss: Bangladesh chose to bowl first Imrul Kayes raises his bat © AFP Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza won the toss and decided to field first against Zimbabwe in the second ODI in Chittagong. The visitors brought in Elton Chigumbura, the experienced allrounder, in place of Craig Ervine. The home side remain unchanged. This
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1:46 AM ET Pat Howard, Cricket Australia’s team performance chief, will not seek an extension to his current contract, meaning he will finish a tenure that began in the wake of the 2011 Argus review at the end of next year’s Ashes tour of England at the latest. Installed as a “single point of accountability
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8:17 PM ET In 2013, Chris Rogers finished his first full Test series and within a handful of days was back playing for Middlesex in the County Championship. Battling through scores of 8 and 2 against Somerset at Lord’s, he found himself far more exhausted than expected, having realised the mental toll of the game’s
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3:00 AM ET Big Picture A three-T20I series would be appealing served as an appetiser, but it sits a little awkwardly on the menu offered after the main course.That, however, is where this particular series between Pakistan and Australia has been placed, following on from an absorbing Test series that had more moments of competitiveness
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