Monday, February 11, 2013

Cricket:2/12/2013 10:03:03 PM

No Laxman, Dravid a relief, says Wade

Australia's Matthew Wade admitted to the relief in the Australian ranks of not having to dismiss 'The Wall' and 'Very Very Special' Laxman twice in every game.

Aussies look to adjust in warm-up game

Matthew Wade felt that the first game offers fast bowlers Peter Siddle and James Pattinson a chance to bowl long spells in a match situation after a break.

What's wrong with Gautam Gambhir?

Apart from form, there are also other reasons that could've played a role in Gambhir getting the axe. A frosty relationship with Dhoni is being touted as one.

Ganguly welcomes Harbhajan recall

Sourav Ganguly welcomed the national selectors' decision to recall Harbhajan Singh for the first two Tests of the upcoming series against Australia.

I don't want to talk about ban: Praveen

Praveen Kumar refused to speak about BCCI's ban imposed on him, which bars the pacer from playing the inter-state Vijay Hazare Trophy matches for UP.

India has experienced players: Wade

Despite the retirement of Dravid and Laxman, Aus wicketkeeper Matthew Wade believes the hosts still are a very difficult team to beat at home.

Team India retains No. 1 ODI ranking

India maintained its number one spot in the ICC ODI table while Virat Kohli retained his number three position among batsmen in the latest rankings.

Team India retains No. 1 ODI ranking

India maintained its number one spot in the ICC ODI table while Virat Kohli retained his number three position among batsmen in the latest rankings.

Aussie batsmen eyeing quality practice

Oz players Ed Cowan, Usman Khawaja and Glenn Maxwell will be eyeing to get some batting practice in their first warm-up match against Board President's XI.

Don't want to waste this chance: Dhawan

Consistency has always been a problem with Shikhar Dhawan since 2004 but now he is determined not to let the chance against Australia go abegging.

Sachin 'god' among teammates: Dawes

India's fast bowling coach Joe Dawes has described cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar as still having a god-like status among his teammates and fans.

Irani Cup: It's 8 in a row for Rest of India

Rest of India once again won the Irani Cup tie, by virtue of a huge 117-run first-innings lead over Mumbai, in a match which petered out to a drab draw on Sunday.

'I understand my game very well now'

Shikhar Dhawan has replaced Gambhir and they are big shoes to fill. So, there will be expectations from him but the southpaw isn't feeling the pressure.

Still good enough to play for India: Bhajji

A relieved Harbhajan Singh pointed out that this time around, the tourists will arrive without Ricky Ponting and Michael Hussey and may not have it easy.

Gauti out, Bhajji in for first two Tests

Opener Gautam Gambhir has been dropped from the squad for the first two Tests against Australia & been replaced by Delhi teammate Shikhar Dhawan.

Time to show some steel, says Gambhir

Gambhir has urged his fans not to "sympathize" with him for being dropped from the Test team as he is ready to "fight" in order to earn his place back.

Voges ton sees Aus whitewash Windies

Australia bowled out West Indies for 257 to secure a 17-run victory and a 5-0 whitewash in their ODI series on Sunday, thanks to a ton from Adam Voges.

Irani: Mumbai manage draw against RoI

Rest of India retained the Irani Cup by virtue of their 1st innings lead of 117 runs after their game against Ranji champions Mumbai ended in a draw.

Gambhir to lead India A against Aus

Axed from the Test squad, senior opener Gautam Gambhir will lead India 'A' against Australia in a three-day practice game, starting February 16.

Australian women enter World Cup final

Australia have entered the final of the ICC Women's World Cup after thrashing Sri Lanka by 9 wickets in their 2nd Super Six match at the Brabourne Stadium.

Harbhajan Singh picked, Gambhir axed

Harbhajan Singh has made a comeback into the Indian team for first two Tests of the Australia series, while opener Gautam Gambhir has been dropped.

Shrubsole's fifer helps England beat SA

Anya Shrubsole's five wickets helped England's dish out a brilliant all-round performance to thrash South Africa by 7 wickets in the ICC Women's World Cup.

Voges century takes Australia to 274/5

Adam Voges hit a maiden ODI century to lift Australia to a fighting 274/5 in the fifth and final match against the West Indies at the MCG on Sunday.

Shastri praises MS Dhoni's performance

Ravi Shastri has said that MS Dhoni's performance has been outstanding and he is in the same bracket as Sunil Gavaskar, Kapil Dev and Sachin Tendulkar.

WI win toss and bowl against Australia

West Indies captain Darren Sammy won the toss and put Australia in to bat in the final one-day international at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday.

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