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We need to attack a bit in the first 10 overs: Tillakaratne Dilshan
Indian Express

India vs Sri Lanka: We need to attack a bit more in initial ov...

Ahmedabad: Sri Lanka's Tillakaratne Dilshan today urged his team to change its approach and said that the batsmen must look to attack more in the first 10 overs when they clash against India in the second match of the five-game ODI series, here ... ZeeNews.com, 2 weeks ago
We need to attack a bit more in initial overs, says Dilshan Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago
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Indian Express

Cheteshwar Pujara talks about being in the zone

Pujara scored 25 or more runs in each of his four innings in South Africa, immediately after the Wankhede Test. (Source: Reuters photo) Few Indian cricketers have regretted the West Indies pull-out as much as Cheteshwar Pujara has. With no ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago
Weekly Voice

Rohit Sharma's Incredible 264 Sets ODI World Record

Kolkata: Stylish Rohit Sharma scripted a fairytale return to big-time cricket by cracking a world record 264 as India toyed with a hapless Sri Lanka to post a mammoth 404 for five in the fourth One-Day International (ODI) match at the Eden Gardens ...
 Weekly Voice1 week ago

Comment: Methodical Misbah joins elite club of captains

The mere fact that he has surviv­ed four years at the top is nothin­g less than a miracl­e in itself. Among the myriad of problems confronting Pakistan, perhaps the conundrum of playing cricket outside their home venue ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago

A trip of nostalgia at Eden Gardens

A stroll around Kolkata will reveal names such as Sir Stuart Hogg Market, Rippon Building, Hastings Court and Delhousie Trade Centre, the embossed year of construction dating back to mid-1800s or early 1900s. As you approach the Benoy Badal Dinesh Marg, ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

Numbers game: India hold edge over Sri Lanka in One-Day Internationals

India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images India will be looking to maintain their stranglehold over Sri Lanka in home One-Day Internationals when the teams meet in the five-match series, starting, in Cuttack, on Sunday. Sri Lanka, who haven’t won a One-Day International series in India, have won only 11 out of 43 matches played in the country. Their best result was the 1-1 draw in 1997-99 in which one match was abandoned. India captain Mahendra Singh ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
Afghan Online Press

Rugby team to participate in Asian Developing 7s Tournament; Afghanistan defeats Pakistan in U19 cricket

Afghanistan's 7s rugby team will participate in the upcoming Asian Developing 7s Tournament, scheduled to take place from October 31 to November 1 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Besides Afghanistan and host country UAE, Iran Jordan, Lebanon, and ...
 Afghan Online Press3 weeks ago
Times Live South Africa

Conditions not ideal, but Proteas need to fire

While the Proteas will be eager to use their upcoming tour of New Zealand as a dress rehearsal for the World Cup next year, they should not expect anything close to the conditions they will experience in just under four months time. The One Day ...
 Times Live South Africa1 month ago Proteas can't afford to be wet behind the ears despite damp conditions  ENCA1 month ago Conditions not ideal, Miller needs time in the middle  Citizen.co.za1 month ago Miller needs time in the middle  Daily News South Africa1 month ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Raiders junior Sam Dobb drawing attention from NRL rivals while chasing Olympic dream in judo

Is there nothing multi-talented rugby league forward and judo competitor Sam Dobb can't do. The prop from the Raiders' Harold Matthews Cup team is drawing interest from a couple of rival NRL clubs eager to secure his services. After a broken hand ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago

Proteas pitched against the odds

Half a dozen years ago Daniel Vettori climbed the stairs on to the glitzy stage at the annual International Cricket Council Awards night to accept, on behalf of the New Zealand team, the Fair Play award. When the Kiwi captain returned to his table, ...
 Mail & Guardian Online1 month ago
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