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Recap: India in WC semis over the years
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Recap: India in WC semis over the years

India have won three of their five previous semi-finals at the World Cups. Here is how they fared: England v India, World Cup 1983, Manchester The first and only time India faced the host in the semi-final of the World Cup was back in 1983, ... MSN News, 1 day ago
Canberra Times

The story behind meltdown in Mohali

Mohali, February-April 2013 One by one, they filed in. Captain Michael Clarke, coach Mickey Arthur, manager Gavin Dovey, assistant coaches Steve Rixon, Michael Di Venuto and Ali de Winter, analyst Dene Hills, physio Alex Kountouris, strength and ...
 Melbourne Age4 weeks ago The story behind Australian cricket's meltdown in Mohali  Sydney Morning Herald4 weeks ago Story behind meltdown in Mohali  Sydney Morning Herald4 weeks ago Michael Clarke out of Australia's WC opener against England  24Dunia1 month ago
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Anna Hazare begins stir in Delhi

MOHALI: In the first-ever elections to the four-year-old Mohali Municipal Corporation, 60. The easing of norms for FDI in construction by the government earlier this week will prove to be a firm step towards realising the goals of setting up 100 ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago
IBNLive India News

ICC World Cup: When Melbourne turned into Mumbai and Mohali

A sea of blue with Tricolour riding its waves engulfed the Melbourne Cricket Ground as Indian fans thronged The G for India vs South Africa game on Feb 22. This could so easily have been Mumbai or Mohali, given the sea of blue that drove the ...
 IBNLive India News1 month ago

England have an outside chance, says Pietersen

Exiled England batsman Kevin Pietersen believes his former team-mates can win the World Cup if they play with freedom, even though their dreadful record in the last five tournaments suggests otherwise.Since reaching the final of the 1992 World Cup, ...
 24Dunia1 month ago

England not intimidated - Morgan

England captain Eoin Morgan says his team will not be intimidated by tournament favourites Australia in the World Cup opener.... BBC | 3 ...
 24Dunia1 month ago

Aaron Finch claims nerves have started to sink in for Oz-England CWC opener

top-order batsman Aaron Finch has claimed that the nerves have started to sink in for their Cricket World Cup opener against England at the MCG on Saturday.... ...
 24Dunia1 month ago
Indian Express

World Cup 2015: The Terrace talk

Across streets and mohallas, World Cup conversations are in full swing. Everyday we lend our ears to those passionate voices. Today's topic is a Steve Waugh favourite; a look at the men, apart from Herschelle Gibbs, who cost their team the World Cup ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

A Cup Full Of Hope

England are definitely not among the favourites to win the World Cup. In fact, they have never progressed to the final four-stage since losing to Pakistan in the final in 1992. However, they might end up causing a few upsets if some known names in ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

One Test, opening batsman and bowler multiple records

Former India cricketer Iqbal Siddiqui created multiple records in the sole Test he played against England in 2001 (Photo: AFP) Mumbai: Team India's recurrent problem has been their bowling. Towards the beginning of the Zaheer Khan era, there ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 months ago
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