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- Zimbabwe Women 200/5 * v South Africa Emerging Players Women 232/7
- Northern Knights 236/10 * v North-West Warriors 298/7
- Kolkata Knight Riders v Rajasthan Royals
- Bauhinia Stars Women v Jade Jets Women
- Sunrisers Hyderabad v Punjab Kings
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Today’s Cricket Update from SportStar
- The meeting will focus on hosting the T20 World Cup amid the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country
- India cricketer Priya's mother Saroj was admitted to the hospital after contracting the virus, and was put on the ventilator but her condition worsened on Tuesday.
- All-rounder Ben Stokes (fractured finger) and seam bowler Jofra Archer (elbow injury) were not considered for selection.
- Shimron Hetmyer, who had a good outing in the Indian Premier League, will be making a comeback as well.
- In its apex council meeting in April, the Board had also approved the tour of Australia ahead of the World Cup in New Zealand next year.
- The IPL was indefinitely suspended on May 4 and the BCCI had then assured the players that it will do everything possible to ensure their safe return home.
- The Cricket South Africa has put speculations to rest regarding the comeback of AB de Villiers in international cricket, stating that his retirement will remain final.
- India is set to travel to Sri Lanka for a T20 and ODI series and the team would comprise all white-ball specialists as the Test team would be playing in England at the same time. Will Rana find his place in the team?
- The Punjab Kings power-hitter prefers the tried-and-tested method of “see the ball, hit the ball” but speaks about the importance of aggressive but responsible batting, too.
- Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood and Nathan Lyon, the four bowlers involved in the infamous Test, issued a statement after Cameron Bancroft hinted that bowlers were aware that the ball was being tampered with.