Latest Cricket News Updates Latest news from (c) en-gb Thu 09 Dec 2021 Virat was and will always be the captain of the Test team: Ajinkya Rahane Opening up on the captaincy debate, Ajinkya Rahane has said that Virat Kohli is his captain and will remain so. Rahane was speaking after the growing chorus over him to replace Kohli as Test skipper in the wake of his brilliant leadership Down Under. The 32-year-old took over from Kohli after the Adelaide loss and guided India to a famous 2-1 series triumph over Australia. India next take on England at home in a four-match Test series, with Kohli back at the helm of affairs and Rahane resuming his vice-captaincy duties PCB sacks Sarfaraz Ahmed as Test and T20 captain elevates Azhar Ali and Babar Azam to respective posts The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has sacked its veteran wicket-keeper batsman Sarfaraz Ahmed as captain of both the Test and T20I side. Tim Paine: Jos Buttler at the absolute peak of his powers Australia captain Tim Paine has stated that England's Jos Buttler is as good as MS Dhoni in ODIs, perhaps even better at the moment. Ashwin to captain Kings XI Punjab in IPL 11 Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has been chosen as the captain of Kings XI Punjab for IPL 11. Malinga's candid admission of why Lankan cricket is in freefall Lasith Malinga, who captained Sri Lanka in the fourth one-dayer after Chamarajanagar Kapugedera was ruled out admitted the Lankans are missing experience out in the middle. Azhar Ali quits as Pakistan ODI skipper Under pressure Azhar Ali has stepped down as captain of the Pakistan one-day team. Azhar was in charge of the team as they crashed to a 1-4 defeat in Australia. Wicket-keeper batsman Sarfraz Ahmed will be Pakistan's new ODI skipper. Indian cricket in 2015: What’s in store… After a disastrous 2014, Team India will be hoping for better luck in 2015. Misbah-ul-Haq ready to quit Pakistan captaincy Frequent change of captaincy is not new thing in Pakistan and current skipper Misbah-ul-Haq does not want to cling on it, saying he is ready to relinquish the job whenever his Cricket Board wants.