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Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni says the 50-50 decisions are not going India's way after his team fell behind 2-0 in the series against Australia at the Gabba on Saturday. The tourists, who are against using the decision referral system (DRS) in the ...Hindustan Times, 6 minutes ago Dhoni: Poor calls costly for India Gulf News, 49 minutes ago 50-50 calls not going India's way in series - Dhoni News.net, 1 hour ago Cricket: 50-50 calls not going India's … Yahoo! India, 34 minutes ago
India took two early wickets to shake things up against Australia on Day Four of the second Test at Brisbane. Australia were reduced to 25 for two after Ishant Sharma took both wickets, accounting for David Warner (6) and Shane Watson (0) just ...NewsHub South Africa, 8 minutes ago
Brisbane, Dec 20 Scoreboard at the end of the second Test between Australia and India on day four at the Gabba here Saturday. India (first innings): 408 all out Australia (first innings): 505 all out India (second innings): Murali Vijay b ...ProKerala.com, 3 hours ago Scoreboard: India vs Australia, day one, second Test Yahoo! Malaysia, 3 days ago Tea Scoreboard: India vs Australia, second Test, day 4 Chennai Online, 3 hours ago Australia v India 2nd Test scoreboard Business Recorder, 3 days ago
India might have imagined a nightmare scenario heading into Day 4 of the second Test in Brisbane, a nightmare where they lose wickets in a heap and the 2-0 deficit looks like a foregone conclusion. After a blinding innings on Day 3, Mitchell ...International Business Times India, 3 hours ago
BRISBANE: India were fighting back after Australia gained a 97-run innings lead on the back of another century from new skipper Steve Smith and a wagging tail in the second Gabba Test on Friday. The tourists had cut the deficit back to 26 runs by ...DAWN Group, 1 day ago
Provided by Wisden The Australian media has pronounced that it has no sympathy for India: If you don't want the DRS, then suffer you should. Those three letters D, R and S are in the spotlight again. Together, they stand ...MSN News, 23 hours ago
India were 71 for one and trailing Australia by 26 runs at the close on the third day of the second Gabba Test. Catch all the highlights here: ( Scorecard | As it Happened ) 13:04 (IST): That's the end of third day's play and India have replied ...NDTV, 1 day ago
BRISBANE: Steve Smith again proved the elusive wicket for India as the new captain fashioned an Australian fightback on day two of the second Test on Thursday. Smith, who was not dismissed by India in last week's Adelaide Test win with scores of ...DAWN Group, 1 day ago
Ishant Sharma of India stares down Mitchell Johnson of Australia during day three. Source: AUSTRALIAS freshly minted Test captain has made yet another hundred as his side surges towards an unlikely first innings lead. At lunch on the third day of ...The Australian, 1 day ago
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