India vs England

  • As it happened: England vs India, Only T20 at Edgbaston September 7, 2014

    (For ballbyball commentary scroll down to the bottom of the page) The odd loss in the final ODI notwithstanding, India are expected to hold an edge as the visitors seek to bring the curtains down on what has been a mixed tour, with a victory in the only T20 international against...
  • Rahane, Dhawan made England look like minnows September 3, 2014

    If the bowlers were clinical with their performance, openers Ajinkya Rahane and Shikhar Dhawan were equally calculative in planning India's runchase of 207 runs. Coming out of a shoddy Test series, India are a different team in coloured clothing and the results are there for everyone to see. Birmingham pitch...
  • As it happened: India vs England, World Twenty20 warm-up March 19, 2014

    (For ball-by-ball commentary, scroll down to the bottom of the page.) India lost their first warm-up game to Sri Lanka by five runs and will like to get a win under their belt before the opening match of the 2014 World Twenty20 against Pakistan on March 21. England also lost their first...
  • As it happened: India vs England, U19 World Cup quarterfinals February 22, 2014

    ENGLAND INNINGS (chasing 222 to win) Chasing a challenging total of 222, the England batsmen held their nerve and closed the contest in the last over. End of 49.1 overs: Rob Jones (28*) and Rob Sayer (10*) held their nerves to take England past the finish line. Jones struck a boundary off...
  • As it happened: Hockey World League Final, India vs England January 10, 2014

    India begin 2014 with a tough test against the world's best and they start their campaign in Pool A against England. India, who qualified for the tournament by virtue of being the hosts, are clubbed alongside Germany, New Zealand and England in Pool A. India are ranked No. 10, only ahead of...
  • Indian women team in final of World Team snooker October 6, 2013

    New Delhi: Vidya Pillai and Arantxa Sanchis played superbly as India edged past England 21 to breeze into the final of the 2013 IBSF World Team (Women) Snooker Championship in Carlow, Ireland. Arantxa began well for India as he beat Hannah Jones comfortably 6225 but Vidya struggled in second frame where...
  • 23 years ago, Tendulkar scored his first Test century August 14, 2013

    On August 14, 1990, a 17yearold scored the sixth century of what turned out to be a memorable Test match at Old Trafford. It also happened to be the most brilliant of them all, coming as it did from a cherubic batsman in his teens and helping India secure a...
  • I was quite nervous: Ishant Sharma June 24, 2013

    Birmingham: Indian pacer Ishant Sharma, whose 18th over proved to be the turning point in the ICC Champions Trophy final, said Sunday that he was "quite nervous" when things were not going India's way during the match. England needed 28 runs from the last three overs with middle order batsmen Ravi...
  • We are a bit devastated: Alastair Cook June 24, 2013

    Birmingham: England captain Alastair Cook said that they were devastated after losing the ICC Champions Trophy final to India by five runs at Edgbaston on Sunday. After being put into bat, India made 129/7 off 20 overs after rain delayed the start of the match. In reply, the hosts could only...
  • Shikhar Dhawan voted Player of the Champions Trophy June 24, 2013

    Shikhar Dhawan: India opener Shikhar Dhawan was on Sunday named the Player of the Series in the ICC Champions Trophy, which India lifted after beating hosts England by five runs in Birmingham. Dhawan, in his first ODI series since the summer of 2011, finished as the leading runscorer with 363...
  • Champions Trophy final: India chase supremacy, England history June 23, 2013

    India have another chance of asserting their supremacy in ODI cricket when they play England in the final of the ICC Champions Trophy at Edgbaston on Sunday. MS Dhoni's Blue Brigade trumped Sri Lanka in the final of the ICC World Cup just over two years ago and a victory...
  • Kaur's 107 in vain, India lose to England by 32 runs February 3, 2013

    Mumbai: Harmanpreet Kaur's brilliant unbeaten century went in vain as India suffered a 32run defeat against defending champions England in their group A match of the ICC Women's World Cup here on Sunday. Kaur blasted 107 runs in 109 balls, laced with eight fours and two sixes, to become the...
  • Playing a day game won't be different: Mithali Raj February 2, 2013

    Mumbai: India skipper Mithali Raj is unperturbed about her team playing its first day game in the ICC Women's World Cup against holders England here on Sunday, as she felt it won't make much difference barring some assistance that the bowlers would get in the morning. "I don't think there is...
  • It was an important toss to win: Cook January 27, 2013

    Dharamsala: England captain Alastair Cook on Sunday admitted that it was an "important toss to win" and they possibly couldn't have lost the match once his bowlers dismissed India's top four batsmen for only 49 runs during the fifth and final ODI here. "It was an important toss to win. But...
  • India reclaim number one rank in ODIs January 27, 2013

    Dharamshala: India on Sunday snatched the number one rank from England in onedayers, courtesy their impressive 32 serieswin over the visitors. India lost the fifth ODI here today by seven wickets but it was a dead rubber. India, which started the series in third place at 117 ratings points, ended at...
  • We should've batted sensibly: Dhoni January 27, 2013

    Dharamsala: Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Sunday said had India batted "more sensibly", the hosts could have won the fifth and final ODI here and wrapped up the series by a bigger margin. Sent into bat, India were all out for 226 and Dhoni said the home team were 3035 runs...
  • Bell's ton propels England to victory January 27, 2013

    Dharamsala: Riding on Ian Bell's unbeaten 113, England beat India by seven wickets in the fifth and final onedayer here on Sunday. Having taken an unassailable lead over the visitors, India clinch the fivematch series 32. England got off to a solid start with the openers (Bell, Alastair Cook) putting up...
  • Will Pujara play the final ODI at Dharam January 26, 2013

    Dharamsala: Cheteshwar Pujara turned 25 on Friday and if skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni decides to include him in the playing XI for the final ODI against England here on Sunday, it would be the best birthday gift for the talented Saurashtra lad. While 31 scoreline is the perfect opportunity to blood...
  • Joe rooted to reality despite good start January 26, 2013

    Dharamshala: Young British batsman Joe Root, who has made an impressive start to his career by scoring runs consistently against India, on Saturday said the key to his success lies in the ability to adapt to different situations quickly. After playing a brilliant knock of 73 on debut at Nagpur Test,...
  • Raina hopeful of a Test comeback January 26, 2013

    Dharamsala: He has relished the role of a finisher in onedayers but given a chance, Suresh Raina won't mind batting higher up the order as he believes it would give him a chance to plan his innings better and make a comeback in the Indian Test fold. "Definitely, I would like...
  • Time running out for woeful Gambhir January 25, 2013

    Dharamshala: More than the talent, Gautam Gambhir's success story has always been about a street smart cricketer but it seems that time is running out for the Delhi opener, who has been struggling to find form in all three versions of the game. Just like the national selection committee showed the...
  • Indian umpiring criticised by Eng media January 25, 2013

    London: Indian umpires came in for criticism for their poor officiating in the ongoing fivematch OneDay International series against England. The Indian umpires, though seen as not biased, do lack cricketing experience, not having played at firstclass level. Noted British columnist Scyld Berry blasted the Indian umpires Friday, calling their performance...
  • Cook praises Indian batsmen January 24, 2013

    Mohali: England captain Alastair Cook on Wednesday gave credit to Indian batsmen Rohit Sharma and Suresh Raina for the fivewicket win of the home side in the fourth onedayer here, saying the 68run fourth wicket partnership between the two took the game away from his team. Cook said with 257 runs...
  • HPCA confident of hosting final ODI January 23, 2013

    Dharamsala: Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association on Wednesday sought to dispel doubts expressed at some quarters over the holding of the fifth and final onedayer between India and England here on January 27, with its secretary saying that stadium was all set to host the match. The cold weather prevailing in the...
  • Dhoni hails team after series win January 23, 2013

    Mohali: India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Wednesday lauded the "overall good performance" of his players as they took an unassailable 31 lead over England in the fivematch ODI series with a comprehensive fivewicket victory in the fourth and penultimate match here. India chased down the 258run target easily, thanks...
  • Ranji Trophy final: BCCI refuses to release Pujara, Rohit January 22, 2013

    CNNIBN panel of experts feel BCCI should release both the players depending on the result of the fourth ODI in Mohali. ...
  • Prolonged form slump was annoying: Kohli January 22, 2013

    Mohali: India's star batsman Virat Kohli on Tuesday said his prolonged form slump was a bit "annoying", but staying calm and patient helped him overcome the lean phase, which is part and parcel in the career of international cricketers. Kohli marked his return to form with an unbeaten 77 in...
  • We can turn things around, says Tredwell January 22, 2013

    Mohali: England can still stage a turnaround in the oneday series against India despite being on the backfoot, according to spinner James Tredwell who said the team will go into the mustwin game trying to draw inspiration from their first game which the visitors won comfortably. "Obviously the two defeats are...
  • India needs to develop a habit of winning matches consistently: Jamie Alter January 22, 2013

    Do India look capable of holding on to their No 1 ODI ranking? Cricketnext editor Jamie Alter joined IBNLive readers for an interaction on the issue. Q. India is well served by potential match winners so long as the batting goes, but the cause of concern for them is their bowling...