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Ian Chappell calls for revamped domestic system in Australia
London, Aug 10 : Former Australia captain Ian Chappell called for a complete rethink of Australia's domestic cricket system after the team's crushing defeat in the ongoing Ashes series in England.
Rohit reminds Ian Chappell of Aravinda de Silva
Sydney, March 22 : Former Australia skipper Ian Chappell on Sunday said that Indian Rohit Sharma's match-winning innings of 137 against Bangladesh in the cricket World Cup quarter-final reminded him of Sri Lankan batting great Aravinda de Silva.
Chappell believes sensible move to bring in Clarke for Bangladesh ...
Sydney, Feb 16 : Former Australia Test team skipper Ian Chappell believes that it is a sensible move to bring in recovering skipper Michael Clarke for the Bangladesh game.
Umar Akmal banking on upcoming WC to prove turning point in career
Karachi, Jan 14 : Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal is hoping that the upcoming Cricket World Cup would prove as a turning point in his career and help him redeem himself as the prodigious batting talent that earned him praise from masters like Sunil Gavaskar and Ian Chappell.
Kohli's captaincy criticised by Clarke, Ian Chappell
Sydney, Jan 7 : India's new Test skipper Virat Kohli's captaincy came under the scanner with former Australian captain Ian Chappell and injured regular skipper Michael Clarke criticising his decisions during the second day of the fourth Test here Wednesday.
Chappell claims 'impatient' Kohli's tactics gave bowlers 'no chance' ...
Wellington, Jan 07 : Former Australia skipper Ian Chappell has claimed that India Test team's new captain Virat Kohli's tactics on the first day of the fourth and final Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground gave the bowlers 'no chance' at all.
Chappell believes Watson should cement his place at No 3
Sydney, Jan 04 : Former Australia skipper Ian Chappell believes that swashbuckling all-rounder Shane Watson should better cement his place at number three following a downward trend in his batting average.