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Indian cricket selectors to name team for last two ODIs, Australia tour
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Indian cricket selectors to name team for last two ODIs, Austr...

Indian cricket selectors will pick the squad for the last two ODIs against Sri Lanka and the four-Test series in Australia in Mumbai on Monday afternoon. In focus during the meeting, will be India's opening options. While M Vijay is a certainty, ..., 2 weeks ago
Adelaide set to launch an Indian summer Herald Sun, 4 days ago
Openers in focus as India selectors meet ESPN Cricinfo, 2 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

1st ODI: Cook ready to avenge past defeats to Sri Lanka

SEARCHING FOR REDEMPTION: England have lost 11 of 18 one-dayers this year, including a 4-1 drubbing in Australia, who will co-host the World Cup with New Zealand in February-March. PHOTO: AFP COLOMBO: England will look to settle scores against ...
 The Express Tribune16 hours ago Cricket World Cup countdown: Revenge-seeking England take on Sri Lanka  Emirates2471 hour ago Cricket: Revenge-seeking England take …  Yahoo! India1 hour ago England seek revenge as they take on Sri Lanka  DAWN Group5 hours ago
DNA India

Our focus is on Australia: Bangar

One more match is left for India to complete their five-match one-day series against Sri Lanka, but the focus seemed to have shifted unequivocally to the tour of Australia. Sanjay Bangar, the assistant coach of the Indian team, admitted as much. "We have been ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Border-Gavaskar Trophy: Can Rohit Sharma translate his good ODI form to the 2014 Australia Test series?  DNA India2 days ago Sri Lanka to experiment against England - Angelo Mathews  Sunday Observer3 days ago Rohit Sharma: India need to be mentally strong against Australia  Cricbuzz.com3 days ago

India can Beat Australia in Their Own Backyard, Says Virat Kohli

Beware! Virat Kohli makes his intentions clear to Australia. AFP Mumbai: Set to embark on a gruelling Test tour of Australia starting December 4, star batsman Virat Kohli on Friday said India will play aggressive and positive cricket in their ...
 NDTV4 days ago 10 travel destinations Australians will flock to in 2015  Mashable2 days ago Gilly: Kohli has makings of greatness  Perth Now1 week ago
India Today

Baptism by fire! Virat Kohli set for a tough Down Under as Indian captain

Virat Kohli will lead Team India in the 1st Test against Australia following Dhoni's thumb injury In what appears to be one of the biggest challenges in his career so far, batting sensation Virat Kohli will lead Team India against the ruthless ...
 India Today1 week ago Time for Team Indias young guns to fire in Australia  Hindustan Times4 days ago Dhoni reportedly has 'fractured right thumb'  Yahoo! News South Africa1 week ago 'Injured' Dhoni to miss first Australia Test  Times of India2 weeks ago
WA Today

Sri Lanka raises the tax stakes on James Packer's casino proposal

James Packer's Crown group faces a new set of hurdles in his quest to open a $US400 million casino in Sri Lanka after threats by the president that new gaming levies will be imposed should he win the upcoming January elections. James Packer's Crown ...
 Inverell Times1 week ago Packer casino plans face setback  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago Sri Lanka raises tax stakes on Packer  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago Adnan Sami gets high court nod for Sri Lanka performance  Times of India1 week ago
Ani News

Gilchrist believes Virat Kohli possesses mettle to become 'best cricketer in world'

Former Australian captain Adam Gilchrist believes that Virat Kohli, who is set to lead the team in the series test opener against Australia in Brisbane, has the capability to become the best player in the world. Gilchrist stated that Kohli has to ...
 Siasat Daily1 week ago Adam Gilchrist believes Virat Kohli possesses mettle to become 'best cricketer in world'  DNA India1 week ago

Injured Dhoni out of Australia tour; Karan Sharma, Lokesh Rahul in

Just in: Indian selectors met today Monday to select the Indian squad for the remaining two ODIs against Sri Lanka and for the forthcoming tour to Australia. Early reports say Karan Sharma, Lokesh Rahul in the Test Squad for the Australia tour. Dhoni ruled out due to an injury.The Indian team is set to depart for Australia on November 21. India and Australia will be playing a four-match Test series for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy from December 4, 2014 to January 7, 2015. The Tests are ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Selectors to announce Indian squad for Australia today  ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago Select your Test squad for Australia: Will Raina, Rahul make the cut?  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
IndiaTV News

Live Reporting: Ind vs SL: Sri Lanka wins toss, opted to field first

Cuttack : India is set to resume its world cup preparations when they square off against their sub-continent neighbours Sri Lanka in a hastily-arranged ODI series starting here, Sunday. Though the conditions will totally be different than that of Australia ...
 IndiaTV News3 weeks ago
Jagran Post

5th ODI: Sri Lanka set 287 runs target against India

With the series already in their pocket, Virat Kohli-led team would like to finish with a 5-0 which will be a confidence booster with the ICC World Cup starting in less than 100 days' time.       If India have been thoroughly ...
 Jagran Post1 week ago 5th ODI: Sri Lanka win toss, elect to bat against India  Jagran Post1 week ago
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