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Sourav Ganguly points out England's ODI flaws

India can wrap it up today

An unassailable lead in their pocket, India would look to clinch the one-day series against England by putting up another dominating display when the two sides square off in the fourth one-day international here on Tuesday. The visitors have ... Bangladesh Daily Star, 59 minutes ago
India look to wrap-up series New Delhi Pioneer, 3 hours ago
Sourav Ganguly points out England's ODI flaws ThatsCricket, 9 hours ago

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England Face Uphill Task to Win World Cup 2015, Says Peter Moores

England team celebrate during ODI against India. AP England coach Peter Moores admitted Monday his side faced a race against time if they were to be serious contenders to win next year's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. ( Trying to ...
 NDTV5 hours ago England coach has CWC worry  News246 hours ago Cricket: England face uphill struggle …  Yahoo! India7 hours ago England face struggle to win WC: coach  MSN New Zealand7 hours ago

India vs England: Action row over, signals R Ashwin

Ravichandran Ashwin's performance in the shorter versions has been comparatively better than Test cricket which the Tamil Nadu spinner attributes to the time spent at the nets with his personal coach sorting out his bowling action. Ashwin had ...
 Financial Express6 hours ago Cricket: Ashwin glad to have England …  Yahoo! India6 hours ago Ashwin glad to have England in a spin  Malaysia MSN5 hours ago Ashwin reveals secret of his success in ODIs  Rediff.com7 hours ago

When I evaluate everything, I put it down to inexperience: Shastri on Test debacle

Shastri was appointed Team Director after India lost the fifth and final Test against England in under three days to go down 1-3 in the series. The post When I evaluate everything, I put it down to inexperience: Shastri on Test debacle appeared first on ...
 First Post.com1 week ago Team India looking to wrap ODI series at Edgbaston  Rediff.com10 hours ago My role is to oversee everything; all of them report to me: Shastri  Rediff.com1 week ago Shastri Doesn't Expect Miracles From Team India  NDTV1 week ago
Asia Net India

England batsmen need to tackle spin better: Ganguly

London, Sep 1 (PTI) Former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly has said that England batsmen need to tackle Indian spinners in a better way if they want to change their fortunes in the limited-overs version. England, who outplayed India 3-1 in the ...
 Press Trust of India10 hours ago
Jagran Post

Rahane feels fresh legs have helped India in the ODIs

Ajinkya Rahane believes the inclu­sion of fresh players for the one-day series has helped India overcome their Test debacle in England. Following their 3-1 humiliation in the five-match Test series, India have bounced back in the one-day series ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News13 hours ago Youngsters have brought fresh energy in ODIs, says Rahane  Jagran Post18 hours ago Ind vs Eng: Can fresh legs revitalise Team India in ODIs?  Zee News1 week ago New boys have brought in fresh energy in ODIs: Rahane  Business Standard1 day ago
Indian Express

More Tests and Two-Day Domestic Games Will Help Us Improve: Mithali

HYDERABAD: Different captains. Same country. Different results. Mahendra Singh Dhoni lost the Test series 1-3 to England. But Mithali Raj, the Indian women's captain, won the one-off Test against a strong England side. Mithali explained the ...
 New Indian Express1 day ago India tour of England: MS Dhoni's captaincy not up to Test standard, says Mike Brearley  Indian Express1 week ago Dhoni's captaincy, wicketkeeping not up to Test standard: Brearley  Rediff.com1 week ago Dhoni Needs to Think Better as a Test Captain: Ganguly  NDTV1 week ago

England vs India: New Boys Have Brought in a Lot of Fresh Energy, Says Ajinkya Rahane

File photo of Indian cricketers Suresh Raina (L) and Ajinkya Rahane (R). Raina said ahead of the ODI series vs England that he always tries to bring cheerfulness into the Team India camp. India have played well to lead the five-match ODI series 2-0 ...
 NDTV1 day ago We were really hurt after Test loss: Rahane  One India15 hours ago Ind vs Eng: New boys have brought in a lot of fresh energy, says Rahane  IndiaTV News17 hours ago New boys have brought in a lot of fresh energy: Rahane  Deccan Herald1 day ago

India's bowlers gain form from...

India's bowling attack was largely the same during the preceding Test series in England, and yet they looked a world apart in the first one-day match in Cardiff, and repeated their disciplined performance at Trent Bridge on Saturday. Sure, the ...
 The Echo Of India1 day ago

Huge setback for India, Rohit Sharma ruled out of India-England ODI series

India opener Rohit Sharma will miss the next three ODIs and the one-off Twenty20 game against England with a finger injury and will be replaced by Murali Vijay, the Indian cricket board (BCCI) said on Friday. "Rohit Sharma has sustained a ...
 Financial Express3 days ago Cricket-India's Sharma ruled out of England one-day series  Yahoo! UK and Ireland3 days ago Injured Rohit Sharma ruled out of remainder of England tour  Rediff.com3 days ago Injured Rohit Sharma replaced by Vijay for ODIs, T20  Deccan Herald3 days ago
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