DAY 1

  • As it happened: CA XI vs Indians, Tour Game 1, Day 2 Yesterday

    (For Live updates scroll down to the bottom of the page) Day 1 Roundup: Not usually do you see Indians high-fiving on the opening day of a cricket tour to Australia. But the Gliderol Stadium in Adelaide saw that, as Indian bowlers left Monday morning blues in bed and turned up...
  • As it happened: Cricket Australia XI vs Indians, Day 1 2 days ago

    (For Live updates scroll down to the bottom of the page) TOSS: Cricket Australia XI opted to bat against Indians. Teams: CA XI: Matthew Short, Ryan Carters(wk), Ashton Turner(c), Seb Gotch, Nick Stevens, Kelvin Smith, Alexander Gregory, Jonte Pattison, Josh Lalor, David Moody, Harry Conway, Sam Grimwade Indians: Murali Vijay, Shikhar Dhawan, Cheteshwar Pujara,...
  • The pitch eased out after lunch: Williamson February 6, 2014

    Auckland: New Zealand batsman Kane Williamson credited his team's fantastic turnaround on the opening day of the first Test against India to the pitch, saying that it eased out considerably after a "tough" opening session here on Thursday. The Kiwis recovered from 54 for 3 at lunch to be 329 for...
  • 2nd Test: Taylor century lifts New Zealand on Day 1 December 11, 2013

    Wellington: Ross Taylor scored his 10th Test century and surpassed 4,000 career runs to anchor New Zealand's 307 for 6 at the close of play on the first day of the second Test against the West Indies at the Basin Reserve on Wednesday. Taylor, who scored a careerbest 217 not out...
  • As it happened: England vs Australia, 5th Ashes Test, Day 1 August 21, 2013

    For live updates from The Oval. Click here... Australia 1st innings: 90 overs (Stumps): Australia end the first day of the 5th Ashes Test at Kennington Oval in London at 307 for 4. Steven Smith (66*) and nightwatchman Peter Siddle (18*) are the overnight batsmen. End of over 88: The second new ball...
  • Luck not going India's way, says Kohli January 13, 2012

    Perth: India batsman Virat Kohli said that it was bad luck and not lack of temperament or technique that has been ailing the Indian team in its poor run in the ongoing fourTest series against Australia. India were again shot out for 161 runs in the first innings shortly after tea...
  • Future of Indian cricket bleak: Warner January 13, 2012

    Perth: After brutalizing India with the fastest century by an opener in the third Test on Friday, Australia batsman David Warner said that the visiting team's future is bleak as their youngsters are a long way off from learning how to cope with fast and bouncy tracks. Warner harped on the...
  • Abject India are snoozing and losing January 13, 2012

    Which one of us has hasn't overslept and been late to work? You know the drill: the alarm rings, you're woken from a slumber and reach out a fumbling hand in the dark to slap the snooze button. Even in your dreary state you know it's a bad idea, but...
  • Ishant's yakking gets Warner thwacking January 13, 2012

    David Warner launched a stellar attack on India's bowlers after Australia had bowled the opposition out for 161. He began with a series of coruscating drives and cuts and sped to his halfcentury off just 36 balls. As Warner attacked India's pace bowlers, Ishant Sharma responded by having a go at...
  • Kohli's rashness opens the floodgates January 13, 2012

    From 63 for 4 at lunch, India were given breathing room through a 68run partnership between Virat Kohli and VVS Laxman. Refreshingly, the pair overcame a jittery start to inspire hopes of a decent total. That is, until, Kohli threw it all away with a silly shot in the 51st...
  • Dravid achieves a dubious distinction January 13, 2012

    Rahul Dravid's struggles on this tour continued at the WACA in Perth, where he was bowled for 9 in the morning session on the first day. On this occasion it was not the movement which did him in, as had been the case previously in Melbourne and Sydney, but the...