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Wouldn't like to be too critical about India's performance: Gavaskar
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Dhoni ran short of ideas: Sunny

Sunil Gavaskar feels Mahendra Singh Dhoni was short of ideas in Indias three-wicket loss to England in Perth on Friday that dashed their hopes of making the tri-series final. Gavaskar, though, feels for Dhoni at the same time, saying one shouldnt be too ... The Telegraph, 2 hours ago
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Dhoni blames fitness troubles for ODI slump

agencies Perth, 30 January India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (in afp photo) today blamed the injuries and niggles being the reason for his team's poor show in the tri-nation cricket tournament where they failed to reach the final after losing ...
 The Statesman19 minutes ago We'll be ready  The Telegraph2 hours ago Mahendra Singh Dhoni Feels Team Selection a Catch-22 Situation  NDTV11 hours ago ODI Tri-series: Impossible to play with five specialist bowlers, says Dhoni  Firstpost.com11 hours ago
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'It's a catch-22 situation for India ahead of the World Cup'

India captain MS Dhoni. Photograph: Getty Images India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has said the dilemma over settling down into the right bowling combination has put the team in a "catch-22 situation" ahead of the ICC World Cup.  - Photos India's winless tour Down Under ended on Friday after they bowed out of the tri-series following a three-wicket defeat to England at the WACA.  "We have to look at our attack keeping in mind the balance of the side. Two ...
 Rediff.com12 hours ago Have India transformed from World Cup 'champs' to 'chumps' post Carlton tri-series ouster?  24Dunia5 hours ago Mahendra Singh Dhoni Wants Virat Kohli at No. 4, How Long Will India Experiment?  NDTV1 day ago World Cup: MS Dhoni firm on Virat Kohli at No. 4  Times of India19 hours ago
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Winless India still confident

India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni insisted Friday his team will be primed for their upcoming World Cup title defence, despite ending a miserable tour of Australia without a win. India bowed out of the one-day international tri-series with ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star4 hours ago Cricket: Dhoni insists underperforming …  Yahoo! India12 hours ago Dhoni: We'll hit back strong  NewsHub South Africa7 hours ago Dhoni insists everything in order despite misery down under  DAWN Group12 hours ago
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Dhonis expecting a World Cup baby

The stream of disappointing news has continued for Mahendra Singh Dhoni as far as the India team is concerned. It was first the Test series defeat and on Friday, it was the failure to qualify for the tri-series final. Throw in his sudden retirement ...
 Hindustan Times4 hours ago
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'In this tournament not all the 15 guys in our squad were fit'

Dhoni talks to coach Duncan Fletcher during an India training session. Photograph: Michael Dodge/ahendra Singh Dhoni has blamed the injuries and niggles being the reason for histeam's poor show in the tri-nation tournament wherethey failed to reach ...
 24Dunia9 hours ago 'Dhoni could have played 100 Tests...but has done a good thing'  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

WC Special: Dhoni, see where your success has made a mark

Mahendra Singh Dhoni is probably the most scrutinised player in cricket and all of the spotlight on him is not bright. Yet, no one can take away from the Ranchi man his bragging rights in the shorter forms of the game as he leads India into the ...
 Hindustan Times12 hours ago
BBC

WORLD CUP SPECIAL: For One last time...

Mahendra Singh Dhoni: The Captain Cool has already helped India win a World Cup in 2011, and he would be hoping for a repeat show when India take the field. He has already called it a day from Test cricket, and now the captain would be hoping to ...
 ABP Live1 day ago Can India win the cricket World Cup again?  BBC1 day ago Blunted bowling leaves champs India vulnerable  Kuwait Times4 days ago ICC World Cup 2015: Blunted bowling leaves champs India vulnerable  Zee News4 days ago
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NDTV

Mahendra Singh Dhoni Stresses on Winning 'Every Game'; Eyes 'Best XI' Before World Cup

MS Dhoni & Co. need to beat England on Friday to make final of triseries. AFP Perth: Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Thursday said that it's 'imperative to win every match' in order to 'identify' the team's first playing XI ahead of the ...
 NDTV1 day ago Batting a concern: MS  The Telegraph1 day ago Moments of the World Cup: Dhoni's six 'n' twirl  Sify4 days ago
First Post.com

Slow pitches will help India: Rahul

Rahul Dravid said that the upcoming World Cup is going to be a challenge for Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Co, who should hope for the Australian and New Zealand wickets to remain slow and supportive of spin. It's going to be a challenge It is not easy. You are ...
 The Telegraph2 days ago If wickets stay slow for ICC World Cup, it will help India: Rahul Dravid  First Post.com1 day ago Dravid hopes wickets remain same in WC  Millennium Post2 days ago If wickets stay slow in World Cup, India have an advantage: Dravid  First Post.com2 days ago
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