Brett Lee has put his faith in the Chennai Super Kings for winning this year's IPL, set to be held in the United Arab Emirates.
The IPL will be held in the United Arab Emirates from 19 September to 10 November in a controlled environment owing to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood crucial to beating India, believes former Australia seamer Brett Lee
Brett Lee feels Australia's pace unit will play a central role in their home campaign against India later this summer, and added that the artificial substance could be used to make the Kookaburra ball swing more with the saliva ban in place.
Firstpost Masterclass: Balance, footwork, mindset, and more, Aakash Chopra explains the technique of batting
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The former Australian pacer Lee also said that reverse swing will not come into play much because of the saliva ban.
Former Australian speedster Brett Lee reckons that it will be tougher for bowlers to find their rhythm after the lockdown and they will require at least eight weeks to get back match fitness for any format of the game.
Former Australia pacer Brett Lee has picked Steve Smith over Virat Kohli when asked to choose between the two. Lee said he chose Smith based on all that the Australian batsman had gone through in his career.
The ICC Cricket Committee, led by Anil Kumble, has recommended a ban on the use of saliva in its meeting in the wake of the pandemic.
The idea of splitting T20Is into four innings hasn’t gone down well with former cricketers Brett Lee and Gautam Gambhir.
Rohit Sharma says facing Brett Lee 'took his sleep away', does not want to face Josh Hazlewood in Tests
Rohit talked about not wanting to face Brett Lee, who at his prime, bowled around the 150-155 kph mark
Sachin Tendulkar vs Shane Warne: Brett Lee reveals how Little Master used different technique to negate spin wizard's mastery
Warne, the spin wizard, who could spin the ball on flattest of wickets, used to made batters dance to his tunes. And whenever he came up against Tendulkar, fans smacked their lips.
Virat Kohli can break Sachin Tendulkar's record of 100 centuries in seven or eight years, says Brett Lee
Tendulkar holds the record for the highest number of ODI centuries with 49 hundreds and current batting maestro Kohli is second on the list with 43 from 248 matches.
He was quite a terror on the field: Shoaib Akhtar tweets old video about Brett Lee facing Pakistan pacer
Former Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Akhtar tweeted a clip from an old episode of The Kapil Sharma Show where Australian bowler Brett Lee speaks about how he used to be terrified of facing bowlers, including Akhtar.
Javagal Srinath spearheaded India's pace attack in the 90s with aplomb but former South African seamer Shaun Pollock believes the Indian never got the credit he deserved.
ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020: Was tough seeing Shafali Verma in tears, says former Australia pacer Brett Lee
Former pacer Brett Lee on Monday said he found it difficult to watch Indian batting sensation Shafali Verma in tears during the crushing women's T20 World Cup final loss to Australia but he expects the 16-year-old to bounce back strongly.
ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020: Brett Lee backs Australia for final but says India's maiden title triumph could start a major breakthrough
Brett Lee said Australia women will have to look for ways to counter India's in-form 16-year-old Shafali Verma.
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ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020: Brett Lee hails India, Australia as two of most impressive teams in tournament
Former pace ace Brett Lee feels India and Australia look to be the two most impressive teams in the upcoming Women's T20I World Cup, which has the potential to take women's cricket to the next level.
South Africa vs England: Brett Lee slams ICC for 'ridiculous' one-Test ban on Kagiso Rabada for aggressive celebration
Rabada was banned for one Test by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for the way he celebrated the dismissal of England captain Joe Root during the first day of the third Test at Port Elizabeth on Thursday.