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England Vs. India Live Stream Cricket: Australia Tri-Series 2015, Match 6 (WATCH)

England Vs. India Live Stream Cricket: Australia Tri-Series 20...

01:13 PM EST Virat Kohli and India play England on Friday in the sixth match of the 2015 Tri-Series. (Photo : Reuters) England plays India on Friday in Match 6 of the 2015 Tri-Series. The contest starts at 03:20 GMT. Watch the live stream ..., 4 hours ago

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'Kohli at No 4 has not worked'

MS Dhoni has conceded that the move to send Virat Kohli at No 4, as against his normal position of No 3, so far hasn't exactly worked out to their plans. Kohli has managed a 16-ball nine (against Australia), an eight-ball four (against England) and a ...
 Deccan Herald4 hours ago

Mahendra Singh Dhoni Wants Virat Kohli at No. 4, How Long Will India Experiment?

File photo: MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli PTI As the world debates over Virat Kohli's batting position in One-Day Internationals, Team India captain MS Dhoni has explained his rationale behind his deputy batting at No. 4 in the tri-nation series under ...
 NDTV13 hours ago Dhoni Wants Kohli at No. 4, How long will India Experiment?  NDTV13 hours ago Lot is at stake  Calcutta Telegraph22 minutes ago Dhoni wants an encore at the World Cup  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
Indian Express

India vs England: Readying for knock-out punch

Indian skipper MS Dhoni's average in knock-out games is 43.75, which is better than that of Suresh Raina, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma. (Source: File) It rained in Perth on Thursday. It was what they call a storm in these parts, thunder, lightning ...
 Indian Express6 hours ago
One India

Virat Kohli may have to sacrifice the No.3 position for team's benefit: MS Dhoni

MS Dhoni speaks ahead of the must-win England ODI. MS Dhoni explains the logic behind Virat Kohli batting at No.4 Right from the start of the ongoing One-Day International (ODI) tri-series involving India, hosts Australia and England, the ...
 Yahoo! India13 hours ago Virat Kohli will have to 'sacrifice' his No. 3 position: MS Dhoni  One India13 hours ago Virat Kohli may have to 'sacrifice' No. 3 position, hints MS Dhoni  IBN Live13 hours ago Kohli has to sacrifice his No.3 position, hints Dhoni  Sify11 hours ago

VVS says Kohli must bat at No 3; Dravid wants flexibility. What's your take?

'No 3 batsmen are very crucial in the way the team sets up a total. Virat Kohli should bat at one down,' V V S Laxman tells Harish Kotian/ Image: Virat Kohli walks out to bat during the One Day International game against Australia in Sydney. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images With their bowlers struggling to check the flow of runs, many believe India's hopes of successfully defending its World Cup crown rests solely on the shoulders of their young and talented batsmen, the key ...
 Rediff.com12 hours ago
Hindustan Times

World Cup 2015 Know your warriors Virat Kohli the will to prevail

Zid, or self-will, has defined Virat Kohli since childhood, say his friends. It would bubble up often, on and off the field, be it getting his own back at someone who overtook him while driving, or someone who got him out early during practice at the West ...
 Hindustan Times1 day ago World Cup 2015 Know your world cup warriors Virat Kohli  INooz1 day ago 2015 edition most likely to be MS Dhoni's last World Cup  Oneindia1 day ago Dhoni promises to defend World Cup title for India  Business Recorder3 days ago
Indian Express

Virat Kohli is better off walking in at 20/1 than 30/2

Virat Kohli smashed four centuries in as many Tests in Australia recently. A year ago, if you were to look ahead to the World Cup, you could only be sure of two things; that MS Dhoni would be captain and that Virat Kohli, with scores of 82, 78 and ...
 Indian Express1 day ago
Manorama Online

'Virat should bat at No. 4'

Virat Kohlis form may have taken a hit since dropping to No. 4 in the batting order, but West Indies legend Sir Viv Richards feels the marauding cricketer should continue in the position if that is what the Indian team requires. The Indians are currently ...
 The Telegraph5 days ago Kohli should bat at No. 4 if the team requires: Richards  Manorama Online5 days ago Virat Kohli should bat at no 4 if India cricket team wants it: Sir Viv Richards  Financial Express5 days ago 'Kohli should bat at No.4 if he wants to'  Sify5 days ago

How Pakistan plan to tackle Kohli at World Cup

Virat Kohli. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images Left arm medium pace bowler Sohail Tanvir believes that Pakistan does not need to indulge in sledging to scalp star India batsman Virat Kohli's wicket. He says his team has enough firepower to dismiss him when the teams meet at next month's World Cup. Commenting on the use of sledging, Tanvir said Pakistan have enough bowling options to get Kohli out and don't need to rely on sledging, Pak Passion reported. However, he also warned his teammates ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago Confident Sohail Tanvir claims Pakistan doesn't require sledging to get Virat Kohli out  DNA3 days ago Tanvir believes Pak doesn't require sledging to get Kohli out  Business Standard3 days ago Tanvir believes Pak doesnt require sledging to get Kohli out  24Dunia2 days ago
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