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Ian Chappell wants Smith as Oz captain in place of Clarke if performs ...
Sydney, December 17 : Former Australian captain Ian Chappell has said that the new stand-in skipper Steve Smith could be appointed as the team's full time Test captain if he performs well, suggesting that injured Michael Clarke should be selected as a batsman if he returns.
Virat Kohli needs to be elevated to full-time Test captain: Ian ...
Brisbane, Dec 14 : Former Australian captain Ian Chappell Sunday said that Virat Kohli, who was India's stand-in captain in the first Test at the Adelaide Oval against Australia, should be given full-time Test captaincy as Mahendra Singh Dhoni has already passed his "use-by-date" as the skipper.
Ian Chappell says 'deceased' Hughes would have wanted India-Oz series ...
Sydney, Nov 27 : Former Australia cricket team captain Ian Chappell has said that deceased batsman Phillip Hughes would have wanted next week's first Test against India to be played.
Chappell, Warne have contrasting views over Clarke's captaincy
Sydney, Nov 11 : Australian spin legends Ian Chappell and Shane Warne might agree on most things, but both have contrasting views over Michael Clarke's captaincy.
Oz legends Chappell, Jones express concerns about team's batting ...
Sydney, Oct 28 : Australian spin legends Ian Chappell and Dean Jones have expressed serious concerns about Australia's batting struggles against spin bowling ahead of their second Test against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi.
Ian Chappell says 'superstar' Johnson not faster than legendary ...
Sydney, Feb 23 : Former Australian captain Ian Chappell has said that pace sensation Mitchell Johnson is not faster than the legendary Jeff Thomson even though Johnson left a trail of broken bones, cracked helmets and depressed batsmen in his recent run against South Africa.
T20 imbalancing cricket: Ian Chapell
Sydney, Feb 1 : Former Australia captain Ian Chappell feels that Twenty20 cricket has made the game more batsmen-centric and more needs to be done to maintain a balance between the bat and the ball. According to him, if this continues it could lead to the demise of the sport.