The PCB’s legal dispute with former Pakistan cricketer Nasir Jamshed is set to go to an anti-corruption tribunal after the batsman challenged all charges against him. In February, the PCB had charged Jamshed for five breaches of their anti-corruption code. Those charges were issued five days before Jamshed’s one-year ban, for non-cooperation with the PCB’s spot-fixing investigation during PSL 2017, ended on February 13.
Following Jamshed’s stance, the PCB issued a press statement, saying chairman Najam Sethi had referred the matter for adjudication to a three-member anti-corruption tribunal, which comprises Justice (Retd.) Fazl-e-Miran Chauhan, Shahzaib Masood and former Pakistan cricketer Aqib Javed.
According to officials involved with the case, the PCB had acted after the emergence of fresh evidence, centering around alleged meetings in the UK prior to last season’s PSL. The board has, over the past year, claimed to have had overwhelming evidence against Jamshed. The PCB has also been waiting for the NCA to share their evidence, which has not happened yet. However, an NCA official did appear as a witness via video link in one of the PCB’s tribunal hearings. At least one part of the evidence against Jamshed is a collection of WhatsApp voice recordings allegedly between Jamshed and others also implicated in the case; these recordings were leaked to the media.
Jamshed has all along denied any wrongdoing and has, in fact, threatened to take the PCB to court for maligning his name. Jamshed is based in Birmingham and has been communicating with the PCB through his Lahore-based lawyer, and has appeared before the PCB tribunal via video link.
Jamshed was the fifth Pakistani player sanctioned in relation to the spot-fixing case that marred the start of the PSL in 2017. Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif, Mohammad Irfan and Mohammad Nawaz were all fined and banned for separate charges. Shahzaib Hasan was also charged and is presently undergoing legal proceedings before a three-member tribunal.
Recent Match Report – New South Wales vs Western Australia 4th Match 2020
Western Australia 2 for 152 (Whiteman 81*) trail New South Wales 6 for 443 dec (Henriques 167, Solway 86, Abbott 60*, Nevill 56*) by 291 runs
Sean Abbott added his name to the list of allrounders to make a mark early in the Sheffield Shield as he scored an unbeaten half-century then claimed two wickets, but a positive innings from opener Sam Whiteman kept Western Australia in touch.
Abbott and New South Wales captain Peter Nevill added an unbroken 118 for the sixth wicket to set up the declaration, building on the mammoth partnership of 244 between Moises Henriques and Daniel Solway.
Following a solid start, Western Australia were wobbling a touch at 2 for 71 when Abbott struck in consecutive overs but Whiteman responded with a flurry of attractive shots and alongside Cameron Green their third-wicket stand was worth 81 at stumps.
New South Wales resumed on 3 for 262 and after ensuring against an early losses Henriques looked keen to try and increase the tempo although for a little while it did not go entirely to plan
Henriques took his magnificent innings beyond 150 before his partnership with Solway eventually ended after 87 overs when the latter was bowled sweeping at Ashton Agar having faced 273 balls for his 86
Henriques soon followed when he failed to clear mid-on against Matthew Kelly then in the next over Jason Sangha clubbed to the same position when trying to go down the ground off Agar.
However, any hope Western Australia had of bringing the innings to a swift conclusion was stymied by Nevill and Abbott as the pair played with increasing freedom towards a mid-afternoon declaration.
Whiteman and Cameron Bancroft started confidently in reply and had a half-century stand by the time they strode off for tea, but after the break Abbott produced a terrific spell. Firstly he had Bancroft caught behind with a delivery that just nipped away outside off then Shaun Marsh, who scored a century last week, flashed a drive which was well held at third slip by Kurtis Patterson.
But Whiteman held firm, and flourished, in another compact and confident innings which included four boundaries in an over off Harry Conway. Green was more circumspect but also very solid as Nathan Lyon settled into what could be a heavy workload on a surface still very much in favour of the batsmen.
Recent Match Report – Delhi Capitals vs Kings XI Punjab 38th Match 2020
Kings XI Punjab 167 for 5 (Pooran 53, Maxwell 32, Rabada 2-27) beat Delhi Capitals 164 for 5 (Dhawan 106*, Shami 2-28) by five wickets
Shikhar Dhawan became the first batsman to score back-to-back hundreds in the IPL but it wasn’t enough as the Kings XI Punjab beat the Delhi Capitals by five wickets in Dubai to give their playoff hopes another boost with third straight win which placed them fifth on the points table.
Batting first, the Capitals could manage only 164 for 5 despite Dhawan’s unbeaten 106 off 61 balls, which included 12 fours and three sixes. The main reason for a below-par total being the lack of support from the other batsmen, who could muster only 54 from 59 balls, and some excellent death bowling by the Kings XI bowlers.
The Kings XI lost their openers early in the chase but Chris Gayle’s 13-ball 29 and Nicholas Pooran’s 28-ball 53 meant the asking rate never crossed eight after the fifth over and dipped below six after 11 overs. Kagiso Rabada dismissed Pooran and Glenn Maxwell in his second spell, but it was too late by then with the Kings XI needing just 17 from the last four overs. R Ashwin and Axar Patel bowled two quiet overs but James Neesham hit the last ball off the penultimate over deep midwicket to take his side home.
Shaw’s lean run and another Dhawan hundred
Prithvi Shaw had scores of 4, 0 and 0 coming into this game and there was no respite for him on Tuesday night either. He struggled to find the middle of the bat and when he did, he couldn’t find the gaps. He then tried to go inside-out over extra cover against Neesham, who was brought on as early as in the fourth over. But a slight roll of fingers over the ball meant Shaw ended up playing a touch early and handed a skier to Maxwell at extra cover.
Before the match against the Chennai Super Kings, Dhawan had never scored a T20 hundred in 267 outings but now has two in two. He started with a four and a six off Maxwell in the first over of the match. After Shaw departed, Dhawan and Shreyas Iyer took the Capitals past 50 in the sixth over. The two added 48 off 31 balls for the second wicket before Ashwin had Iyer caught down the leg side for 14 off 12 balls.
Rishabh Pant, who returned to the side after recovering from his hamstring injury, too, didn’t have a fruitful outing and was caught at long-on off Maxwell for a laboured 14 off 20 balls. But there was no stopping for Dhawan, who brought up his fifty off 28 balls. While he attacked every bowler, he was particularly severe on the spinners. Employing an array of sweep shots, he looted 61 off 32 against them and reached his second successive hundred, in 57 balls, in the 19th over.
Shami helps Kings XI pull it back
The Capitals were 117 for 3 at the end of the 15th over but could manage only 47 in the last five overs. The main reason behind that was Mohammed Shami, who sent down yorker after yorker and gave away only 13 from his last two overs – 18th and 20th of the innings – while also picking up the wickets of Marcus Stoinis and Shimron Hetmyer.
Universe Boss’ Big Bang doesn’t last long
Chasing 165, the Kings XI didn’t have the best of the starts. While KL Rahul deposited a free hit from Daniel Sams for six over long-off, Patel had him soon after when the batsman tried to give him the charge only to hole out to mid-on.
With Gayle new at the crease, it was expected the Capitals would go to Ashwin straightaway, who had dismissed Gayle four times in ten T20 innings earlier while conceding only 65 off 79 balls. Instead, the Capitals used Sams and Tushar Deshpande for the next two overs, and Gayle took full advantage of that. He tonked Deshpande for three fours and two sixes to take the Capitals to 50 at the end of the fifth over before Ashwin came into the attack and bowled him with his second ball, for 29 off 13.
Drop and run… out
Pooran started with a crisp cover drive off Ashwin and two balls later, dropped the ball on the off side for a quick single. Mayank Agarwal at the non-striker’s end was hesitant to take off but seeing Pooran halfway down, he dashed towards the other end. Ashwin, meanwhile, had charged towards the ball and his throw to Pant found Agarwal well short.
Pooran tried the same thing two overs later but this time Maxwell sent him back. Had Iyer’s off-balanced throw been more accurate, or had Pant’s flick hit the stumps, Pooran would have been on his way back in the eighth over.
Pooran and Maxwell nearly take Kings XI through
Pooran, though, didn’t let those incidents deter him and kept finding the boundary with his clean hitting. Deshpande once again came in for harsh treatment as Pooran smashed his three consecutive balls for 6, 4 and 4 in the ninth over.
With 45 required from the last eight overs, Iyer brought Rabada back and had immediate success. Pooran tried to leave one outside off but failed to drop his hands and the ball brushed the gloves on its way to the wicketkeeper. By that time, though, Pooran had already paved the way for Kings XI’s victory. Maxwell, who was on 16 off 15 balls then, took over the baton and doubled his score in the next nine balls before becoming Rabada’s second wicket. While the Capitals didn’t have enough on the board to create panic, a missed stumping and a dropped catch didn’t help their cause and the Kings finished the game with one over to spare.
Kings XI Punjab vs Delhi Capitals live streaming where to watch KXIP vs DC IPL 2020 7.30pm Oct 20
It almost took ages for the Kings XI Punjab to beat the Mumbai Indians in their last game, but that win has kept them alive for the playoffs race. KL Rahul continued his fine touch and Mohammed Shami delivered when it mattered the most. But to eventually finish in the top four still remains a steep ask, as two points today can take them up to fifth for now.
Table toppers Delhi Capitals are all but there already. Despite injuries to Rishabh Pant, Amit Mishra and Ishant Sharma, they have won five out of their last six games. Shikhar Dhawan has also regained form, while Axar Patel has been priceless with his economical bowling. They can only hope Pant is back and firing before the playoffs begin.
Kings XI Punjab vs Delhi Capitals is available to view in India on Disney+ Hotstar, Jio TV and Airtel TV.
When does the KXIP vs DC live streaming start?
The KXIP vs DC live streaming will start at 7:00 PM India Time October 20, 2020.
Where is the KXIP vs DC match being played?
The KXIP vs DC match will be played at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium in the UAE.
On which TV channels will KXIP vs DC live coverage be available?
In India, Star Sports 1 and 1HD, Star Sports Select 1 and 1HD and SS1 Hindi and 1 Hindi HD will telecast the match live.
Where can one find KXIP vs DC live score and commentary online?
The fastest and most comprehensive live score and details will be available here: KXIP vs DC live score
What are the likely playing XIs for today’s KXIP vs DC game?
Kings XI Punjab: 1 KL Rahul (capt, wk), 2 Mayank Agarwal, 3 Chris Gayle, 4 Nicholas Pooran, 5 Glenn Maxwell, 6 Deepak Hooda, 7 Chris Jordan, 8 M Ashwin, 9 Ravi Bishnoi, 10 Mohammed Shami, 11 Arshdeep Singh
Delhi Capitals: 1 Prithvi Shaw, 2 Shikhar Dhawan, 3 Ajinkya Rahane, 4 Shreyas Iyer (capt), 5 Marcus Stoinis, 6 Alex Carey (wk), 7 Axar Patel, 8 R Ashwin, 9 Tushar Deshpande, 10 Kagiso Rabada 11 Anrich Nortje
Who are the captains for today’s KXIP vs DC game?
The captains for today’s game will be KL Rahul (KXIP) and Shreyas Iyer (DC).
Who are the umpires for KXIP vs DC game?
The on-field umpires for today’s game will be Sundaram Ravi and Virender Sharma. The third umpire will be Chris Gaffaney.
Who will be the match referee for KXIP vs DC game?
The match referee for today’s game will be Shaki Singh.
All telecast and streaming timings are according to information received from the host broadcaster.
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