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India slam door shut on minnows big match dreams
Gulf Times

India slam door shut on minnows big match dreams

AFP/Perth India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni dealt a huge blow to cricket's non-Test nations yesterday when he warned that his world champions have no plans to play regular fixtures against them. With controversy over the make-up of the 2019 ... Gulf Times, 2 days ago
Cricket: India slam door shut on minnows … Yahoo! India, 2 days ago
India slam door on minnows News24, 2 days ago

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World Cup 2015: Time for India to test bench strength against UAE

With two wins from as many games, Dhoni should play Binny, Bhuvi, Patel and Rayudu against UAE on Saturday Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Axar Patel and Stuart Binny haven't played a World Cup game so far In a World Cup, it's imperative that each ...
 DNA India4 days ago Afghans face acid test in Cricket World Cup match against Australia  Yahoo! Finance5 hours ago Hogg picks Black Caps, India in World Cup final  The Press NZ6 hours ago World Cup winner picks India-NZ final - Australia to miss out  ONE News7 hours ago

Indian skipper MS Dhoni retires from Test cricket

He made this announcement after the end of the third Test match against Australia which ended in a draw, resulting host winning the four match Test series. The last Test match which is scheduled to start from January 6 at Sydney will be captained by Delhi ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the Best Captain India Have Had: Bhaichung Bhutia  NDTV2 days ago Dhoni makes Test exit, Kohli assumes reigns  IndiaTV News2 months ago Indian Test captains down the ages  Prokerala2 months ago
Asia Net India

India should be looking to win this match: Gavaskar

Former India skipper Sunil Gavaskar believes that the Virat Kohli-led team can even win the first cricket Test if they remain in a positive frame of mind despite another good batting show by the home team on the fourth day of the encounter. Riding on another ...
 Asia Net India2 months ago Itll be difficult to stop team India now: Gavaskar  Odisha Samaya3 days ago India can still win Adelaide Test, says Sunil Gavaskar  IBN Live2 months ago

India should not lose heart prior to World Cup, says former pace gun Javagal Srinath

India lost the four-match Test series against Australia 0-2 and then crashed out of the tri-series without a win, but Srinath said the past results would count little.
 DNA2 weeks ago India have best batting line-up, should not lose heart: Srinath  Jagran Post2 weeks ago Batting line-up best, onus is on bowlers: Javagal Srinath  Jagran Post2 weeks ago Here is how India can still play tri-series final  Rediff.com1 month ago
IBN Live

I am not bothered about the scoreline: Shastri

Trailing the four-match series 2-0 after managing a draw in the third cricket Test, India have already conceded the Border-Gavaskar Trophy to Australia but Team Director Ravi Shastri is not bothered about the scoreline and still believes in his young team. "I ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago 4th Test: India manage a nervous draw, Australia win series 2-0  IBN Live1 month ago Sydney Test ends in a draw, Australia win series 2-0  One India1 month ago India Survives a Close Draw, Australia win Series 2-0  Outlook1 month ago
IndiaTV News

Latest Updates: India lose 2nd wicket vs Aus, second Test, Day 4

Brisbane: India had to battle it out for the whole day. They need to bat till the end of Day 4 to save the test match. Australia would look to bowl out India early and try to win the match. Ajinkya Rahane is the next man inIndia 76/2Virat Kohli b Johnson ...
 IndiaTV News2 months ago Latest Updates: India 89/1 at Lunch vs Aus; 2nd Test, Day 1  IndiaTV News2 months ago Latest Updates: India lose 5th wicket vs Aus, second Test, Day 4  IndiaTV News2 months ago Latest Updates: Kohli, Vijay going strong after lunch vs Aus, first Test, Day 5  IndiaTV News2 months ago
India Today

1st Test: Kohli's twin tons in vain as Lyon bowls Australia to win

Nathan Lyon took seven second-innings wickets and 12 for the match as Australia pulled off a stunning 48-run win over India on Saturday in the first Test at the Adelaide Oval. India looked set to achieve a record run chase after stand-in captain Virat Kohli ...
 India Today2 months ago Australian media pay rich tributes to Nathan Lyon  Business Standard2 months ago Lyon steals Virat's thunder to give Oz thrilling win in first Test against India  Business Standard2 months ago
Jagran Post

Australian media laud Lyon after thrilling Test win

The 27-year-old claimed seven wickets in India's second innings and 12 for the match to take the home side to a thrilling triumph after Australia had set the tourists 364 runs for victory on a rollercoaster final day on Saturday. "Nathan Lyon has produced the ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago

Chennaiites cheer as India wins first World Cup match

Mamata congratulates Team India New Delhi News.Net - Sunday 15th February, 2015 West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Sunday congratulated Team India for their emphatic 76-run victory over arch-rivals Pakistan in the cricket World Cup.
 New Delhi News.Net2 weeks ago
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