The 2021 men's T20 World Cup is set to start from October 17 in the UAE, with the final for the 16-team tournament scheduled for November 14.
After a commanding 2-0 victory over West Indies in Tests, South Africa will be looking to carry forward that momentum into the five-match T20I series.
Kapil Dev and the Indian cricket team scripted history in 1983 as they won the World Cup by beating the West Indies in Lord's.
The side's below-par performances in the recent past are likely the reason why he is resigning ahead of his contract.
Keshav Maharaj became the first South African bowler after 60 years to take a hat-trick in Tests.
Kohli's journey in Test cricket began 10 years ago on this day, in the opening Test of an away three-match series against West Indies.
West Indies skipper Jason Holder believes cricket's anti-racism movement needs a refresh and some 'new initiative' to move forward.
Dan Christian, Ben McDermott, Cameron Green, Ashton Turner, Wes Agar and Nathan Ellis have been called up by the selectors.
Brian Lara created history as he smashed 501, breaking the previous highest First-Class record of 499 set by Hanif Mohammad.
The 17-man group includes one first-time inclusion in the shape of 19-year-old fast bowler Jayden Seales.