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Bushfire Relief Match News and Updates: Yuvraj singh and wasim akram will play in relief match | Yuvraj and Wasim Akram to play charity match for affected, Ponting and Warne-11 match on February 8

Ricky Ponting-11 coach Sachin Tendulkar, while Shane Warne-11 will be played by Courtney Walsh
The match is being organized to raise funds for the fire affected, the final of the Big Bash on the same day

Dainik BhaskarJan 26, 2020, 03:31 PM IST Sports Desk. Yuvraj Singh and former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram will take part in a charity match for the fire affected. This match will be held on 8 February. Apart from these two, former Australian batsmen Justin Langer and Matthew Hayden will also play in this match. Apart from these two, Adam Gilchrist, Brett Lee, Shane Watson, Alex Blackwell and Michael Clarke will also play in the match. Australia's cricket website gave this information.

It will be a match between former Australia captain Ricky Potting and Shane Warne XI's team. Former Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar will be the coach of Ponting-11 and former West Indies fast bowler Courtney Walsh Warne. The final of the Big Bash League will also take place on 8 February. A T20 match will also be played between the Australian women's cricket team and the Indian women's team on the same day at the Junction Oval ground in Melbourne.

Warne auctioned his cap for Rs 4.88 crore Theworn auctioned his test cap (baggy green) for the fund on January 10 for about 4.88 crore rupees (1 million Australian dollars). Earlier Australian cricketers such as Chris Lynn, Glenn Maxwell and Darcy Short have announced a donation of 250 Australian Dollars for every six they hit in the Big Bash League.

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