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IPL 2015 How the eight teams stack up
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IPL 2015 How the eight teams stack up

The 2015 Indian Premier League auction in Bangalore on Monday (February 16) was a smaller affair than the big budget, two-day splash of last year in which every team had to rebuild, but it still kept every franchise occupied for the entire day. Like ... MSN News, 1 month ago

IPL 2015 auction Current line-ups and what to expect

Released players such as Yuvraj Singh, Kevin Pietersen, Dinesh Karthik and Aaron Finch will be in demand during the auction for the 2015 edition of the Indian Premier League. Big names such as Kane Williamson, Hashim Amla and Eoin Morgan, along with ...
 Cricbuzz.com1 month ago

Will hiring a good bowling coach help India's Test future?

Former Australia captain, Dean Jones, is of the view that India Test captain Virat Kohli must have a say in picking the next coach and also says that changing staff again and again isn't a solution for the team. Ravichandran Ashwin of India (right) and captain Virat Kohli of India celebrate with teammates. Photograph: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images Former Australia batsman Dean Jones believes Test skipper Virat Kohli must have a say in the selection of the new India coach which will be decided ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago 4th Test, Day 5: Virat Kohli falls, India four-down against Australia  Jagran Post2 months ago 4th Test, Day 5: India 160/2 against Australia at tea, need 189 to win  Jagran Post2 months ago 4th Test, Day 5: Watson scalps Rohit, India two-down against Australia  Jagran Post2 months ago

The Rediff Report Card: Who impressed, who failed in Australia

Harish Kotian/'s report card on India's Australian Tests. Another woeful show by Team India who were outclassed by Australia in the Test series. While there were brilliant performances from Virat Kohli, Murali Vijay and Ajinkya Rahane, India's pathetic bowling attack -- which could not claim 20 Australian wickets in any of the four Tests -- was depressing. A look at how the Indian players fared: Virat Kohli (9/10) Image: Virat Kohli during the fourth Test in Sydney. Photograph: Matt ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago 4th Test, Day 4: Australia 251/6 against India at stumps, lead by 348-run  Jagran Post2 months ago 4th Test, Day 1: Wayward Indian bowlers allow Australia to score 348/2  Jagran Post2 months ago Australia batsmen hammer India on day one  Deccan Herald2 months ago

4th Test ends in a thrilling draw, Australia win series against India 2-0

Scorecard: Australia vs India Photo Gallery: Centurions at SCG At the break, Vijay was batting on unbeaten 71 that came off 156 balls with the help of five boundaries and two sixes, while giving him company was skipper Virat Kohli on 26 off 56 balls during ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago 4th Test, Day 5: Suresh Raina fails again, India six-down against Australia  Jagran Post2 months ago Fourth Test ends in a thrilling draw, Australia win series against India 2-0  Jagran Post2 months ago Fouth Test ends in a thrilling draw, Australia win series against India 2-0  Jagran Post2 months ago

PHOTOS: Smith breaks Bradman's record to give Australia big lead

Australia captain Steve Smith slammed a half-century to break Don Bradman's record for the most runs in a Test series against India and put the hosts in control on Day 4 of the fourth and final Test in Sydney, on Friday. - Scorecard Smith scored 71 in the second innings to finish with 769 runs in the four-match series and go past Bradman, who had aggregated 715 runs in 1947-48. Joe Burns, playing in only his second Test, stroked a quickfire 66 from 39 balls for his second fifty in the match, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Another hundred for Smith as Australia dominate Day 2  Rediff.com2 months ago

India face daunting task to save fourth Test

Indias wayward bowlers today conceded a massive 213 runs in the post-tea session on the penultimate day of the fourth cricket Test against Australia, leaving their team with a daunting task of saving the match on a tricky last day track tomorrow. After ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Australia lose Warner but make swift start in second innings

In a gritty rearguard action, R Ashwin scored a half-century in Indias first innings which folded for 475 and then the off-spinner returned to remove Australia opener David Warner before tea was taken on the fourth day of the fourth cricket Test, here today.
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

India make breakthroughs but Australia on top

Openers Chris Rogers (95) and David Warner (101) gave Australia the perfect start against India in the fourth and final cricket Test by striking a first wicket partnership of 200 runs as the hosts went into the tea break with the score on 242 for two at the ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Rogers, Warner give Australia perfect start  Deccan Herald2 months ago PHOTOS, Day 1: Warner inspires Australian domination  Rediff.com2 months ago

India start a new chapter with Virat Kohli as leader

Down 0-2 in the series, India have already lost the Border-Gavaskar Trophy after the third Test in Melbourne ended in a draw. Besides, India were dealt quite a shock when skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni chose to quit Test cricket altogether. This led to Kohli's ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago India start a new chapter with Kohli as leader  Deccan Herald2 months ago Trial by fire for Kohli's leadership as visitors seek redemption  Rediff.com2 months ago
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