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The 'brain fade' moment which cost Australia first T20...

The 'brain fade' moment which cost Australia first T20...

'I went to sweep then just tried to chip him into the on-side for one and missed it. That happens in the game, in particular T20.' IMAGE: Aaron Finch is bowled by Kuldeep Yadav. Photograph: BCCI Opener Aaron Finch said he had "a little bit of a brain fade" as he failed to read Kuldeep Yadav's left-arm wrist spin and was dismissed, which triggered Australia's downfall in their nine-wicket defeat to India in Saturday's first T20 International in Ranchi.Finch looked determined to play the sweep ..., 1 week ago

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IPL, T20 WC experience will hold us in good stead: Faulkner

Australia all-rounder James Faulkner said experience of playing in the IPL and last year’s ICC World Twenty20 in India will hold the visitors in good stead in the upcoming limited over series. India and Australia will play five ODIs and three T20 ...
 Asia Net India1 month ago IPL, T20 WC experiences will hold us in good stead: Faulkner  Business Standard1 month ago

Ashish Nehra to retire on November 1 at Kotla

Veteran India pace bowler Ashish Nehra is set to retire from international cricket and will bid adieu to the game in front of his home crowd. According to reports, the 38-year-old left-arm pacer will be playing his last match in India colours in the T20I ...
 Sify1 week ago Ashish Nehra announces retirement  Mathrubhumi6 days ago If I do well, it's news, if I don't do well bigger news: Nehra  Business Standard2 weeks ago

Run-feast on cards in India-Aus T20 series decider

India likely to field same team that was thrashed in second T20I  Out for a rare duck in Guwahati, captain Kohli will be looking to make amends IMAGE: Australia's players celebrate as India captain Virat Kohli walks back after being dismissed. Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters India will be itching to avenge the thrashing they got in Guwahati when they take on an edgy but resilient Australia in the series-deciding third and final Twenty20 International in Hyderabad on Friday. The hosts, who ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago India look to hit back in decider  Deccan Herald6 days ago

Aged Nehra still committed to play and deliver

Veteran Indian fast bowler Ashish Nehra, who has been recalled for the T20 series against Australia, has admitted that he his body has let him down in the recent years but he will continue to play and perform as long as he can.After playing in the three-match ...
 Business Standard1 week ago 'The only one thing that is not happy I am still playing is my body'  Sify1 week ago Haven't done much wrong, I am not desperate at all: Ashwin  Sify1 week ago

India v/s Australia, 1st T20: Aaron Finch admits he suffered a brain fade against Kuldeep Yadav

Opener Aaron Finch on Sunday said he had "a little bit of a brain fade" as he failed to read Kuldeep Yadav's left-arm wrist spin and got out, which triggered Australia's downfall in their nine-wicket defeat to India in the first T20 in Ranchi. Finch looked ...
 DNA1 week ago Had a little bit of a brain fade while facing Yadav: Finch  Deccan Herald1 week ago

India have 9-3 win-loss record vs Australia in T20Is. Can they better that?

India and Australia play their opening T20 match in Ranchi on Saturday. And, although the visitors have added fresh faces to their squad for the three-match series, India are clearly the dominant side in this match-up.   IMAGE: India skipper Virat Kohli arrives at Birsa Munda International Airport in Ranchi on Thursday. India play the first of the five-match T20I against Australia on Saturday. Photograph: PTI A confident India will look to extend their domination, while a hapless ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago India set to meet their match  Deccan Herald1 month ago India v/s Sri Lanka, 1st ODI: Live Streaming and where to watch in India  DNA1 month ago

Australia can use IPL experience to topple India in T20s: Kasprowicz

Former Australian pacer Michael Kasprowicz has backed Steve Smith's men to topple India in the three-match T20I series beginning Sunday, saying their experience in the Indian Premier League (IPL) will play a key role.Ten members of Australia's 14-man squad ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago India eye domination, Australia aim revival in T20I series  Deccan Herald1 week ago

Nehra back in team for T20 series; Rahane dropped

Veteran left-arm pacer Ashish Nehra has made a comeback in the 15-member Indian team while selectors once again ignored senior spinners Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja for the three-match T20 series against Australia, starting October 7. The selectors decided to drop Ajinkya Rahane, who struck four back-to-back half centuries, in the just concluded ODI series as his game is not considered to be suitable for the shortest format.   Shikhar Dhawan made a comeback to the side after ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Bumrah excited to once again team up with 'helpful' Nehra  Business Standard1 week ago Nehra makes comeback, Ashwin, Jadeja ignored  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Tye replaces Cummins in Australia's T20 squad

Australia have recalled pacer Andrew Tye as a replacement for Pat Cummins for the three T20 Internationals against India. The team management had earlier decided to rest Cummins for the T20 series ahead of the upcoming Ashes. Cummins has played all three ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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