To keep cricket away from corruption, the ICC has joined hands with the global police organization Interpol. According to the ICC, last week, General Marshal of Anti-Corruption Unit Alex Marshall met top officials at the Interpol headquarters in Lyon City and discussed measures to keep the game corruption free. In a favorite game like cricket, the ICC wants help from Interpol to stop crime.
Alex said that the ICC and Interpol want to work together and last week our negotiations were positive. In many countries, the ICC has a great deal with law enforcement agencies, but working with Interpol, we can make our reach up to 193 countries. Meanwhile, Interpol has said that it will be happy to help the ICC.
England: Cook is the most influential player to win the World Cup
London Former English captain Alastair Cook feels that England has the best chance to win the World Cup title on its home ground and this team has proved itself as a winning team. Ian Morgan-led England team will start their campaign against South Africa on May 30 in Oval. Since 2015, after being out of the group stage, England have shown a strong game on their home ground and 30 of their 42 one-dayers have won. Cook said England have the best chance. This is the first time that England is going to participate in the World Cup with such a balanced team.
Ponting in support of Carrie
Melbourne Australia’s assistant coach Ricky Ponting has named Alex Kerry as a wicket-keeper batsman in the World Cup, and as the captaincy option if needed. Recently in the Australia series, Carey was named vice-captain of Aaron Finch’s limited overs team. He impressed with his performance in the recent series against Pakistan and India.
Ponting said that he proved dangerous in the top order and in the last over of the innings because he played 360 degrees. He is the player you want to join the team. I think they have good leadership too. If Finch has something to do during the World Cup, then I think that he has never taken captaincy of Australia, but he has the ability to lead the team. Before beginning his career in 2012, Kerry commanded the Australian Football League team Greater Western Sydney.