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Indian women's cricket on the cusp of its 1983 moment

'Kaurnage' at Derby: Harmanpreet guides India to Grand Finale

Harmanpreet Kaur produced one of greatest ever ODI knocks in women's cricket as India stormed into the ICC World Cup final, demolishing Australia by 36 runs in the semi-final, here today. It is only the second time that India have entered the summit clash of ... Business Standard, 5 hours ago

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Women's World Cup, semi-final: It won't be easy for India to defeat Australia, but it could be done; here's how

Fresh from their win in the last match against New Zealand, spirited India will fight with six-time world champion Australia to become the 2nd finalist of women’s world cup at country ground Derby on 20 July in England. Although Australian girls lead in ...
 catchnews.com18 hours ago ICC Women's World Cup: India seal semi-final spot with convincing 186-run win over New Zealand  Zee News5 days ago Women's WC: Gayakwad, Mithali guide India to massive win over NZ, seal semis spot  Rediff.com5 days ago ICC Women's WC: India skipper Mithali Raj becomes highest run-getter; crosses 6,000 ODI runs  DNA1 week ago

Kohli remains on top; Dhoni moves up

India captain Virat Kohli continues to top the ICC ODI batting chart while his predecessor Mahendra Singh Dhoni has gained three positions to be placed 12th in the latest rankings issued on Tuesday. In the MRF Tyres ICC ODI Player Rankings the top five ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Kohli continues to lead ICC ODI rankings  Rediff.com1 week ago Kohli continues to lead ICC ODI batting chart, Dhoni jumps three places  DNA1 week ago Kohli tops ICC ODI batting chart, Dhawan in top-10  Sify1 month ago

ICC ODI Rankings: Virat Kohli retains top spot, clean sweep in West Indies will give India 2nd spot

India (116 points) can leapfrog second-placed Australia (117 points) by a fraction of a point if the Kohli-led side win all the five matches of the ODI series against the West Indies. Dubai: Virat Kohli retained the top spot among batsmen while India were ...
 Zee News4 weeks ago Kohli retains top spot, 5-0 win over WI to give India 2nd spot  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago ODI Rankings: Kohli retains top spot  Rediff.com4 weeks ago

India moves to third position in ODI Rankings

India has gained a spot and has moved to the third spot in the latest ICC ODI Team Rankings released on May 1. India, which will defend the Champions Trophy title in the UK in June, have swapped places with 2015 World Cup finalist New Zealand. Both the sides ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago Why South Africa are Cricket's Chokers  Rediff.com1 month ago ICC ODI rankings: South Africa retain top spot, India third  Business Standard2 months ago India move to third in ODI Rankings  Business Standard2 months ago

No place for Indians in Cricket Australia's list of leading ODI players in 2016-17

ial year of 2016-17. Australia vice-captain David Warner, who smashed seven centuries, including a career-best 179 against Pakistan, tops the list of batsmen. He scored 1,323 runs at an average of 63.00 in 22 innings. The following players complete the list ...
 Zee News2 weeks ago

Would be exceptional if we beat Australia in semi-final: Mithali Raj

India skipper Mithali Raj has asserted that it would be exceptional for her team if they manage to pull off win against Australia in the semi-final of the ongoing ICC Women's World Cup. India @ WWC 2017 - Complete Coverage Raj has been in fine form with the ...
 Sify1 day ago Even greater glory awaits Mithali Raj  Rediff.com1 day ago

Anjum Chopra backs Mithali & Co. to beat Australia in WC semi-final

Former skipper Anjum Chopra believes India have a 50-50 chance of defeating Australia in Thursday's semi-final of the ongoing ICC Women's World Cup."Yes, I think India can beat Australia," Chopra was quoted as saying by ESPNcricinfo."When I say that, I am not ...
 Business Standard1 day ago Anjum Chopra backs Mithali & Co to beat Australia in WC semi-final  catchnews.com18 hours ago WWC: Anjum Chopra backs Mithali & Co. to beat Australia in semis  Sify1 day ago

I'm really hungry at the moment: Rahane

Stylish Indian batsman Ajinkya Rahane, who has been in sublime form in the ongoing ODI series against West Indies, has insisted it is his hunger for runs which has kept him motivated to perform well for himself as well as the team. Rahane, who has always been ...
 Sify2 weeks ago West Indies v/s India: 'Hungry' Ajinkya Rahane looking forward to do well  DNA2 weeks ago PHOTOS, 2nd ODI: Rahane's ton sets up India's 105-run thrashing of Windies  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Indians too good for the Windies  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Does Team India really need a cricket coach?

In the early 1980s, the concept of a formal national cricketing coach was alien to most countries, but still teams like Australia and England were far more professional in their approach than India. Still in 1983, out of the blue, India won its still arguably ...
 Sify4 weeks ago Sehwag applies for India coach's post, Moody in fray  Rediff.com1 month ago Sehwag top name for Indian cricket coach's job; Moody, Pybus in fray  Mathrubhumi1 month ago Sehwag top name for India coach's job; Moody, Pybus in fray  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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