Rumours about a change in the captaincy have no foundation in truth and are just media speculation according to the now 9th best batsman in the world Jonathan Trott.

The English sensation has publicly defended his captain saying that no one inside the English camp has any doubts about who should be leading the team.

While the win against Sri-lanka has taken some off the pressure of his shoulders, speculation is still rife that more poor performances could lead to change at the top of the team. With the ashes coming up England wants to ensure they have the strongest team possible to give themselves the best chance of beating the highly fancied Australians.


Posted on April 4, 2012 by

The 100th international hundred has been constantly evading from our star Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar for quite some time now, and this has generated quite a bit of gossip among the other ex-cricketers.

While many feel that he should give up from One Day International, some actually go on to advise Sachin to contemplate his entire career. The advice on the contemplation of his career came because of the poor performance of the Indian team in most of their matches despite having some of the star payers who have immense potential within them to excel.