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SG balls may be used for ODIs, T20s; umpiring under scanner

SG balls may be used for ODIs, T20s in India; umpiring under s...

The BCCI is planning to replace the official kookaburra ball with SG white for India's limited overs matches at home. File photo New Delhi: The BCCI is planning to replace the official kookaburra ball with SG white for India's limited overs matches at home. Zee News, 1 week ago

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Bowling with Kookaburra 'will be a challenge', feels Indian pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar

After a two-shift opening practice session yesterday, the Indian team practised indoors today due to wet and windy conditions at the Western Province Cricket Club (WPCC). Courtesy: PTI Cape Town: The extra bounce will be a welcome change but bowling with the ...
 Zee News2 months ago South Africa v/s India: Red Kookaburra ball will be a challenge, says Bhuvneshwar Kumar  DNA2 months ago Adapting to Kookaburra, bounce crucial for SA series: Bhuvneshwar  Prokerala2 months ago Bowling with the Kookaburra ball will be a challenge: Bhuvneshwar  Rediff.com2 months ago

How DK became a match winner

'People didn't associate Dinesh with hitting sixes. He had the ability to hit fours and the odd six, but hitting sixes (regularly) is one aspect of the game we have really worked hard on.' IMAGE: Dinesh Karthik and the Indian team celebrates after winning the Twenty20 tri-series title. Photograph: Kind courtesy Sri Lanka Cricket/Twitter Exactly two years ago Dinesh Karthik was at the crossroads. The Tamil Nadu wicket-keeper-batsman was considering other options with his cricketing career ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago

Sports Shorts: India out of final race after loss to Australia

A summary of sports events and sports persons, who made news on Tuesday  IMAGE: India will take on hosts Malaysia in their fourth match on Wednesday. Photograph: Hockey India/Twitter A listless India went down to Australia 2-4 for their second loss in three matches, pushing them out of the race to reach the final at the 27th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey in Ipoh. Late goals by Ramandeep Singh (52', 53') were only enough to avoid a whitewash against table toppers Australia. Mark Knowles ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

In-form Australia await India

Winless so far, India face an uphill task as they take on in-form world champions Australia in a crucial match of the Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament, here on Tuesday. After one loss and a draw, India are currently placed fourth in the six-team tournament ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

'Shami's run-up a problem, Bumrah needs to play county'

'Shami is a good bowler but sometimes I feel he is a bit laidback' 'Indian board has to tell Bumrah that forego a month's IPL and play county cricket' IMAGE: Wasim Akram dissected the current Indian bowling attack. Photograph: BCCI Pakistan pace legend Wasim Akram is quite impressed with Indian fast bowlers and feels they can be lethal in this year's tour of England if Mohammed Shami corrects a run-up flaw and Jasprit Bumrah devotes some time to county cricket.   One of the greatest fast ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

India drop hints at Rahane return in 3rd Test

Rahane padded up and lined up along with Kohli and Pandya in what could be the suggestive middle-order IMAGE: Will Ajinkya Rahane get the nod? Photograph: BCCI/Twitter India hinted at a recall for Ajinkya Rahane in the third cricket Test against South Africa, days after his omission from the first two matches of the series raised eyebrows.   One of the most successful Indian batsmen overseas in recent years, vice-captain Rahane was not picked for the Tests at Cape Town and Centurion, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Wounded India get down to business again ahead of third Test

IMAGE: From left, Hardik Pandya, Dinesh Karthink and Jasprit Bumrah take a breather post practice. Photograph: BCCI/Twitter Looking to salvage pride in the third Test beginning, in Johannesburg, on Wednesday, team India got down to business at the Wanderers with a practice session that lasted just under four hours.   India had lost the first Test in Cape Town by 72 runs, and then were beaten in the second match at Centurion by 135 runs to surrender an unassailable lead. The players ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Close-In: Acid Test

With the second Test against South Africa starting Saturday, the present Indian team looks in no mood to perish without a fight... Test cricket came alive when India played the first Test of the three-match series against South Africa in Newlands, Cape Town, ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago Busting the myth: Dominant India has also been most successful 'away' team in past 3 years  DNA2 months ago close-in: Break the jinx  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Ind vs SA: Visitors likely to pick Rahul and Parthiv to end batting woes, Bhuvi may miss out

The Indian team management is all set to drop wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha and opener Shikhar Dhawan from the playing XI for the second Test against South Africa but chances of Ajinkya Rahane's comeback look highly unlikely. It is learnt that the conditions ...
 DNA2 months ago
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