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Mar 18

Kohli is fit to play, says Umesh

Ranchi: India speedster Umesh Yadav on Friday said Virat Kohli is “fit to play”, assuaging fears over the injured captain’s participation in

India 193/2 at lunch on day 3

Ranchi: India were 193 for 2 at lunch in reply to Australia’s first innings total of 451 on the third day of the third cricket Test against India here

Morkel magic has South Africa in command

Wellington:Morne Morkel tightened South Africa’s grip on the second Test in Wellington today as New Zealand fell apart in their second innings on day

India vs Australia: Third Test, Day 2 scorecard

Ranchi: Following is the scoreboard at the end of the second day’s play in the third cricket Test between India and Australia here on Friday. Australia

Kohli is on a different planet, says Flintoff

New Delhi: Describing Virat Kohli as “headand shoulders” above his international contemporaries, former England captain Andrew Flintoff says the

Jadeja shines as Australia dismissed for 451

Ranchi: Left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja claimed a five-wicket haul as Australia were dismissed for 451 in their first innings on the second day of the third

Australia 401-7 at lunch on day 2

Ranchi, Mar 17 (PTI) Australia were 401-7 at lunch on thesecond day of the third cricket Test against India at the JSCA International stadium here today. Steve

Kohli joins team in warmup, does not field on day 2

Ranchi:Recovering from a shoulder injury,India skipper Virat Kohli today missed the start of day two proceedings on the field as his deputy Ajinkya Rahane led

Australia end day 1 of 3rd Test at 299 for 4 against India

Ranchi: Australia ended the day one of thethe third cricket Test against India at a solid 299 for four here today. Skipper Steven Smith (117) and Glenn Maxwell

Sublime Smith takes Australia to 194/4 at tea

Ranchi: Captain Steven Smith struck a pluckyhalf century to guide Australia to 194 for four at tea on day one of third Test against India here today. Smith

Ronaldinho: Neymar now equals Messi, Ronaldo

Dubai: Neymar is ready to assume the mantle of the world’s best player and is now the equal of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, according to Brazil

Australia reach 109 for three at lunch

Ranchi: Opting to bat, Australia reached 109 for three in their first innings at lunch on the opening day of the third cricket Test against India here today.

Manohar resigns from ICC chairman’s post

Dubai: In a surprise development, Shashank Manohar today resigned as ICC chairman after merely eight months in office citing personal reasons. The 59-year-old

Google Doodle Celebrates 140 Years Of Test Cricket

New Delhi:Google on Wednesday dedicated a Doodle to celebrate the 140th anniversary of official Test cricket, remembering the first match in whites played

Chappell asks officials to take steps to stop on-field chatter

Melbourne: The legendary Ian Chappell feels Australia is in “no position to throw stones” at India as far as sledging is concerned but

Age number, need one game get going: Nehra
At my age, I am still a fast bowler: Nehra

New Delhi: Ashish Nehra has been the proverbial Phoenix rising from the ashes everytime the Doubting Thomases write his cricketing epitaph. And the

New Zealand’s Taylor out of second Test

Dunedin: Injured New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor has been ruled out of the second cricket Test against South Africa which starts in Wellington on Thursday and

Rain washes out New Zealand-South Africa Test

Dunedin: The first cricket Test between New Zealand and South Africa here was abandoned as a draw today when rain washed out the final day’s play. The

Cummins replaces injured Starc in Australian squad

Ranchi: Paceman Patrick Cummins has replaced injured Mitchell Starc in the Australian squad for the remainder of the Test series against India, Cricket

No fresh faces in restructured Australian selection panel

Melbourne: Cricket Australia today confirmedthat Trevor Hohns, Greg Chappell and Mark Waugh have all been appointed to the revamped National Selection Panel.