Latest Cricket News Updates https://m.cricwaves.appspot.com Latest news from m.cricwaves.appspot.com (c)m.cricwaves.appspot.com en-gb Sat 03 Dec 2022 What were they playing for? Steve Waugh questions logic of Australia-England ODIs immediately after T20 World Cup 2022 https://m.cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/gk76871i0B_drh-sevawcirc/what-were-they-playing-for-steve-waugh-questions-logic-of-australia-england-odis-immediately-after-t20-world-cup-2022.html Former Australian captain Steve Waugh reckons that too much cricket is being played currently. Referring to the recently-concluded one-day series between the Aussies and T20 world champions England, he lamented that Australia "has almost overdosed" on the game, as a result of which there was hardly any interest in the series between the two sides. World Cup 2019 -- England a great team but ultimate judgement on Sunday: Steve Waugh https://m.cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/W2FiRiwYEo_drh-sevawcirc/world-cup-2019-england-a-great-team-but-ultimate-judgement-on-sunday-steve-waugh.html Australia's 1999 World Cup-winning captain believes that England have it in them to become one of the greatest ODI teams by defeating New Zealand in the final at Lord's on Sunday. England made it to the summit clash by overpowering defending champions Australia while the Kiwis got the better of a much fancied India. Ashes 2017-18: Steve Waugh makes interesting observation about Alastair Cook https://m.cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/oxisv3iYht_drh-sevawcirc/ashes-2017-18-steve-waugh-makes-interesting-observation-about-alastair-cook.html With the Ashes 2017-18 set to begin next month former Australian captain Steve Waugh has said that experienced opener Alastair Cook is past his prime. Australia News: Steve Waugh to help rebuild Australian cricket https://m.cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/44981475sevawcirc/australia-news-steve-waugh-to-help-rebuild-australian-cricket.html Australia Cricket News: Former test captain Steve Waugh says he's happy to help rebuild Australian cricket, but is too busy with his business, family and charity work to accept a formal coaching role.