Skip to main content


Documentary film ‘Shane’, all set for a spin on India’s BookMyShow Stream

Australian cricketer Shane Warne’s documentary film will throw light on his life experiences through IPL, cricket in India and more. The bowling legend’s story will be exclusively available on BookMyShow Stream With an exciting contest lined up for the film, lucky fans stand a chance to watch India play England at the Lord’s Cricket Ground, London and also a chance to witness the T20 World Cup 2022 live in Australia. BookMyShow Stream, India’s largest homegrown Transaction Video-on-Demand (TVOD) streaming platform, is all set to spin yet another winning title adding to its spectacular, handpicked catalogue with ‘Shane’, the much-awaited documentary film on international cricketing legend Shane Warne. Based on the life of the former captain of the Australian cricket team and amongst the greatest bowlers the game has witnessed, the documentary ‘Shane’ will be exclusively available on BookMyShow Stream from January 15th, 2022 for Indian fans! Shane Warne fans can cut to the chase and pre-
Recent posts

Luke Ronchi - Bangladesh Has Had the 'Upper Hand' In Test Match Ahead Of Historic Day 5

The first international test match of 2022 may be headed towards a historic finish as play ended on Day 4. Bangladesh started the day continuing their impressive first inning batting performance that saw them extend their lead to 130 runs. New Zealand’s second innings batting performance has been shaky with a 17-run lead to end the day, but with only 5 more wickets in hand. Bangladesh hasn’t won an international cricket match in New Zealand in 33 outings prior to this. Day 5 may see them pull off a historic win in their team’s history. The game will be streamed live and exclusive on Amazon Prime Video from 3:30 AM IST.  Picture Credit - Photosport Bangladeshi wicketkeeper, Liton Das had this to say about the teams impressive performance.  "All the players bowled well. They played with concentration and kept to the match strategy that we had outlined at the beginning of play. Ebadat was outstanding today and his breakthrough boosted the team a lot. We are not over-excited, we still

Australia squad for remaining Ashes Tests

Australia have annouanced an unchanged squad for the remainder of the 2021-22 Ashes series. The 28-year-old skipper Pat Cummins is set to return to the test side following a Covid scare. The 30-year-old seamer Josh Hazlewood is set to return for the Boxing Day Test. The opening batsman Marcus Harris has retained his spot for the rest of the Ashes, while Usman Khawaja will remain the only back-up. Australia squad: Pat Cummins (c), Alex Carey, Cameron Green, Marcus Harris, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Nathan Lyon, Michael Neser, Jhye Richardson, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Mitchell Swepson, David Warner. Schedule: Third Test: December 26-30 at MCG, Melbourne Fourth Test: January 5-9 at SCG, Sydney Fifth Test: January 14-18 at Bellerive Oval, Hobart

The Ashes 2021-22

The Ashes 2021-22 is slated to begin on December 08. The Brisbane Cricket Ground, known as the Gabba, will host the opening Test of the five-match series. Australia and England, are set to lock horns in the much-awaited Ashes 2021-22.  The second Test will be the only day-night fixture to be played at the Adelaide Oval.  Melbourne Cricket Ground will host the Boxing-Day Test, while the New Year’s Test will be played at Sydney Cricket Ground. However, the venue of the fifth Test hasn’t been announced yet. 1st Test: December 8-12, at Gabba in Brisbane 2nd Test: December 16-20, at Adelaide Oval (D/N) in Adelaide 3rd Test: December 26-30, at MCG in Melbourne. 4th Test: January 5-9, at SCG in Sydney 5th Test: January 14-18, TBC Squads: Australia: Pat Cummins (c), Steve Smith (vc), Alex Carey, Cameron Green, Josh Hazlewood, Marcus Harris, Travis Head, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Nathan Lyon, Michael Neser, Jhye Richardson, Mitchell Starc, Mitchell Swepson, David Warner England: Joe Ro

Bangladesh Test squad against Pakistan

Bangladesh have announced the 16-man squad for the 1st Test against Pakistan which will get underway on November 26 in Chattogram. Mominul Haque will lead the side. Senior all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan has been included in the squad. Bangladesh squad for the first Test: Mominul Haque (c), Shadman Islam, Saif Hasan, Najmul Hossain Shanto, Mushfiqur Rahim, Litton Kumar Das, Nurul Hasan Sohan, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Nayeem Hasan, Taijul Islam, Ebadot Hossain Chowdhury, Abu Jayed Chowdhury Rahi, Yasir Ali Rabbi, Mahmudul Hasan Joy, Rejaur Rahman Raja, Shakib Al Hasan (subject to being declared fit to play)

Australia tour to Pakistan in 2022

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has confirmed that Pakistan will host Australia in March 2022. The multi-format tour is slated to begin on March 03 and continue till April 05.  The tour will have three-match Test series followed by as many ODIs and a solitary T20 International. PCB chairman Ramiz Raja said, “I am delighted to welcome Australia to Pakistan. From a personal point of view, it pleases me no end that we’ll be engaged in a three-Test match series, connoisseurs delight. Australia are one of the high-performing sides, and them playing in our backyard for the first time after a gap of 24 years will be a special treat for the fans.” “Likewise, it will be a great opportunity for the Australia cricketers to not only play at our iconic venues but also feel and enjoy the respect, love and hospitality that this great country offers, something which most of their previous generation of cricketers missed out by playing offshore,” he added. Full Schedule: March 3-7: First Test, Karachi

Royal Challengers Bangalore partners with PUMA for an exclusive Athleisure collection

RCB has embraced the philosophy #PlayBold which resonates both on and off the field – Global sports brand PUMA has partnered with Royal Challengers Bangalore to launch an all-new bold and sporty athleisure range.  This association with the high-performing sports brand, PUMA is a true intersection of cricket and lifestyle. The launch of the athleisure collection makes RCB the only cricket team to move beyond traditional retail merchandise into the world of GenZ, Millennial fashion wear.  View this post on Instagram A post shared by PUMA India (@pumaindia) This collection offers the world of GenZ and millennial an opportunity to showcase their passion for sports that has been reimagined through a fashion lens. Drawing inspiration from street art and urban graffiti, the athleisure range boasts quirky graphics and bold colours.  This collection of apparels for men and women, including t-shirts, hoodies, caps, track pants and footwear indeed represents the evolving bran

Ben Stokes could miss T20 World Cup

In what could be a huge blow for England in their pursuit of T20 World Cup trophy, all-rounder Ben Stokes might miss the upcoming edition of the T20 World Cup in the UAE after the 30-year-old took an indefinite break from international cricket to take care of his mental well-being. He was set to take part in the Indian Premier League this year, representing Rajasthan Royals, but the talismanic all-rounder pulled out earlier. Stokes is also not a part of the ongoing five-match Test series against India. The T20 World Cup is slated to begin on October 17th few days after the conclusion of the IPL and Stokes’ availability in the tournament is still under the clouds.

Warwickshire sign West Indies seamer Chemar Holder

Warwickshire have announced the signing of West Indies fast bowler Chemar Holder for the rest of the County Championship season. The 23-year-old is likely to make his debut at Lancashire on 30 August. The Barbados pacer became the third West Indies international the Bears have signed this summer after Carlos Brathwaite and Kyle Mayers. Warwickshire have become the latest club to bolster their squad ahead of the County Championship's 'Super September', signing the Barbados seamer Chemar Holder for their Division One run-in. #Windies #Cricket #ESPNCaribbean — ESPN Caribbean (@ESPN_Caribbean) August 24, 2021

Full Schedule: T20 World Cup 2021

ICC have announced the full schedule of T20 World Cup 2021. The tournament will take place from October 17 to November 14 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Oman. All Times in IST October 17:  Oman vs Papua New Guinea, Group B, 3:30 PM, Al Amerat Bangladesh vs Scotland, 2nd Match, Group B 7:30 PM, Al Amerat October 18:  Ireland vs Netherlands, Group A, 3:30 PM, Abu Dhabi Sri Lanka vs Namibia, Group A, 7:30 PM, Abu Dhabi October 19:  Scotland vs Papua New Guinea, Group B, 3:30 PM, Al Amerat Oman vs Bangladesh, Group B, 7:30 PM, Al Amerat October 20:  Namibia vs Netherlands, Group A, 3:30 PM, Abu Dhabi Sri Lanka vs Ireland, Group A, 7:30 PM, Abu Dhabi October 21:  Bangladesh vs Papua New Guinea, Group B, 3:30 PM, Al Amerat Oman vs Scotland, Group B, 7:30 PM, Al Amerat October 22:  Namibia vs Ireland, Group A, 3:30 PM, Sharjah Sri Lanka vs Netherlands, Group A, 7:30 PM, Sharjah October 23:  Australia vs South Africa, Super 12 Group 1, 3:30 PM, Abu Dhabi England vs West Indies, Super 12