The ICC recommended a host of "back to cricket" guidelines including 14-day pre-match isolation training camps to ensure the teams are free from COVID-19.
Former England spinner Monty Panesar said Virender Sehwag was the "most destructive" of that era while Rahul Dravid made bowlers feel like "his bat was wider than anyone else's".
Monty Panesar hailed Virat Kohli's discipline with regard to fitness, even saying that he might take a leaf out of the Indian captain's book while trying to make a comeback in first class cricket.
Steve Smith, irrespective of his phenomenal form in the Ashes series, is still being castigated by some for his role in the ball-tampering scandal in South Africa.
India's World Cup semi-final clash against New Zealand was moved to the reserve day due to rain at Old Trafford on Tuesday.
Yuzvendra Chahal's bowling figures of 0/88 in 10 overs against England was the worst World Cup performance by an Indian bowler.
Monty Panesar admitted that he used sunscreen lotions, mints, saliva and tracksuit zips to make the ball reverse swing.
The Indian spin duo of Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja had taken 54 wickets during India's 4-0 win over Australia in their last tour.
Monty Panesar is back to competitive cricket after battling mental illness that wrecked his international career.
Monty Panesar bowled nine maidens in the recently concluded Ashes series. Clearly, he wasn't satisfied.
It is the first time Graeme Swann and Monty Panesar have bowled together since the fourth Test against India in Nagpur a year ago, and they each claimed a wicket as Australia went to stumps on the first day on 273 for five.
Cricket Australia posted a tweet ahead of the second Ashes Test in Adelaide which read: "Will the real Monty Panesar please stand up?!" After it sparked claims of racism, CA quickly removed the offending item and apologised.
Cricket Australia said on Saturday that it deemed the conduct of the PA announcer at the Alice Springs ground as inappropriate and stood him down at lunch on the final day of the England v Chairman's XI tour match.
The ground announcer said, 'You can go and have another drink now, Joe' when Joe Root was dismissed on Day 1 of the England vs Cricket Australia Chairman's XI warm-up tie at Alice Springs.
Gary Ballance was named Man of the Match for his half-century while Monty Panesar picked up three wickets against Australia Chairman's XI.
Panesar, who is currently in Australia with England's Ashes squad, initially joined the county on loan last season after hitting the headlines for the wrong reasons.
Alastair Cook said he had not been aware fully of the personal problems that saw Panesar sacked by south coast county Sussex in August after urinating over bouncers in an incident that saw him ejected from a Brighton nightclub.
However, after joining Essex for the remainder of the domestic season, Monty Panesar called the England management to apologise for his behaviour and was rewarded with an international recall.