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Yuzvendra Chahal hits back at Steve Smith's two new balls excuse, 'it was an advantage to Australia'

Yuzvendra Chahal hits back at Steve Smith's two new balls excu...

India beat Australia in the first one-day international by 26 runs by duckworth-lewis method. DNA, 1 day ago

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MS Dhoni records best numbers as India beat Australia for first time at Chepauk

Batting first, the Men in Blue posted 281 for 7, India kept Australia to 137 for 9 as their target was revised to 164 in 21 overs due to rain. 
 Zee News1 day ago
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India will win series against Aus, but 5-0 unlikely: Ganguly

Former captain Sourav Ganguly believes India will win the upcoming five-match ODI series against Australia but said that a 5-0 whitewash is unlikely against the visitors. “At home, India will be very tough to beat. India will win but 5-0 (like against ...
 Asia Net India5 days ago Here's Ganguly's prediction for India v Australia series  Rediff.com5 days ago Sourav Ganguly doesn't see India beating Australia 5-0  Zee News5 days ago It won't be easy for Australia to beat hosts India: Ganguly  Sify1 month ago

'One in top 4 must score'

India are a tough side to beat at home and Australia skipper Steve Smith opined that one batsman from the top order has to get a big one for them to succeed. "I think it's important for someone in the top four to go on and make a big score. I think we have ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago

World Cup win can change India's fortunes: Mithali Raj

London : Skipper Mithali Raj feels that women's cricket in India will have a brand of its own of her team is able to beat England and win their maiden ICC Women's World Cup title. "There might be a lot of changes back home if we go on to win the World Cup," ...
 Sify1 month ago It's beginning of good times for Indian women's cricket: Mithali Raj  catchnews.com1 month ago We have defined women's team sport in India: Mithali  Rediff.com1 month ago Women's World Cup Final: India steady after losing two early wickets  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Hockey: India beat Netherlands 2-1, to face Australia on tomorrow

This is India's tour of Europe for the Robo Super Series
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Anjum Chopra backs Mithali & Co. to beat Australia in WC semi-final

Former skipper Anjum Chopra believes India have a 50-50 chance of defeating Australia in Thursday?s semi-final of the ongoing ICC Women?s World Cup.
 DNA2 months ago 'India can beat Australia' - Chopra  ESPN Cricinfo2 months ago Anjum Chopra backs Mithali & Co to beat Australia in WC semi-final  catchnews.com2 months ago WWC: Anjum Chopra backs Mithali & Co. to beat Australia in semis  Sify2 months ago

Women's WC: Can India upstage Australia to seal final berth?

Will be exceptional if we beat Australia: Mithali IMAGE: Mithali Raj reckons her team will have the ‘home advantage’. Photograph: ICC/Twitter It will be nothing short of exceptional if India upstage Australia, feels captain Mithali Raj, who reckons her team will have the 'home advantage' in the ICC women's World Cup semi-final in Derby on Thursday. "We've played a lot of the group stage here, four games, so we are aware of the conditions and that is our advantage," she said ahead ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Will be exceptional if we beat Australia: Mithali  Business Standard2 months ago

WATCH: Ellyse Perry obstructs the field, stops Sushma Verma from taking run in India vs Australia match

India lost the match by 8-wickets, which leaves them needing to beat New Zealand in the final group match on Saturday to qualify for the semi-finals. Australia confirmed their last-four spot with today's win.
 Zee News2 months ago
The Assam Tribune

Harinder Sandhu wins South Australian Open title

Indias Harinder Pal Sandhu beat Rhys Dowling of Australia 11-8 12-10 11-4 in the final to lift South Australian Open squash title, here today. Sandhu was down 1-7 after winning the first game comfortably as the Australian fought back strongly. He mounted a ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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