Malaysia Tri Series

  • West Indies beat Australia by 3 wkts September 18, 2006

    New Delhi: Australia won the toss for the third straight time in the DLF Cup triseries and decided to bat against the West Indies at the Kinrara Oval in Kuala Lumpur on Monday. ...
  • Triseries matches to start early September 17, 2006

    The remaining matches of the DLF Cup triseries will start an hour before schedule, Malaysia Cricket Association has said. ...
  • DLF Cup: India, Oz share points September 17, 2006

    Glenn McGrath hit Sachin Tendulkar on the helmet as the batsman tried to duck into a bouncer. ...
  • Tendulkar back for IndiaWI faceoff September 14, 2006

    Despite losing 14 in the five match series in the West Indies, Tendulkars return has given a slight edge to India. ...
  • ODI pride at stake for India in KL September 11, 2006

    India go into the triseries in Kuala Lumpur well aware of the odds. The last time they played the West Indies, they were at the receiving end of a 41 pasting. And although they haven't played Australia in a OneDayer for two years, the threetime world champions have always been a...
  • India seek tuneup and more in KL September 10, 2006

    Chennai: Rahul Dravid seemed to be in a hurry to catch the flight to Kuala Lumpur. But there are still some questions that were left answered. For instance, playing world champions Australia and West Indies who three months ago beat them 41. "What we want is to play some very good...
  • Aussies will experiment in Malaysia September 9, 2006

    Sydney: Australia will use this month's Malaysian OneDay tournament to try out different players and combinations, their captain Ricky Ponting said on Saturday. The world champions are without resting wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist, and Ponting said it was a chance for fringe players to stake their claims for next year's World...
  • Organisers hope KL series hits big September 8, 2006

    Kuala Lumpur: Organisers of this month's trinations series in Malaysia said on Friday they hope the oneoff tournament will become an annual fixture, while promising plenty of runs from the new cricket ground. World champions Australia will take on the West Indies in Tuesday's opening match of the tournament, which also...
  • Kumble doesn't get selectors' nod September 3, 2006

    Mumbai: The Indian selection committee on Sunday announced the Indian team for the triseries in Kuala Lumpur and the forthcoming Champions Trophy. There were no surprises in the squad and no changes were made from the squad that went to Sri Lanka recently. There had been speculation that veteran legspinner Anil Kumble...