One Day Internationals

  • 2nd ODI: Hurt England look to draw level in West Indies March 2, 2014

    England will look to put the 15-run loss against West Indies in Antigua behind them and draw level by winning the second game against the hosts in the second ODI on Sunday. The visitors made all the rights moves save for the final 10 overs of each innings when West Indies...
  • Campaign to get Sachin Tendulkar to play one last ODI December 28, 2012

    New Delhi: Sachin Tendulkar's retirement from One Day International cricket has left many of his fans disappointed, more so, because the retirement was not announced prior to a match that the Little Master was playing in. pSocial.in, an interest based open social network site, has initiated a campaign following which the...
  • Bangladesh to tour Pakistan in December: Report October 24, 2012

    Islamabad: The Bangladesh Cricket Board has reportedly agreed to send its cricket team to Pakistan for three one-day internationals and two Twenty20s in December. The Daily Jang newspaper says new BCB president Nazmul Hasan will chair a meeting on Wednesday after which the tour will be announced. Bangladesh was scheduled to...
  • Clarke expects Cummins to stand out June 29, 2012

    London: Australia captain Michael Clarke has backed teenage fast bowler Pat Cummins to make his mark against England in the forthcoming one-day international series. Teenage paceman Cummins has yet to play a senior international match against England but all that is set to change when the series gets underway at Lord's...
  • Reserve days for last two SL-Pak ODIs June 15, 2012

    Colombo: The remaining two matches in the one-day series between Sri Lanka and Pakistan will have reserve days due to rains in the country, Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) announced on Friday. The last two day-night games of the five-match series are scheduled to be played in Colombo on Saturday and Monday...
  • Anjum axed, Mithali named captain for England tour May 14, 2012

    New Delhi: The BCCI's senior women's selection committee reinstated Mithali Raj as the captain of the Indian women's team for the England tour on Monday, replacing veteran batsman Anjum Chopra, who has also been dropped from the 15-member squad. The decision was on the cards as Chopra's appointment as captain of...
  • Bangladesh coach anxious over Pakistan tour April 17, 2012

    Dhaka: Bangladesh coach Stuart Law has expressed fears about the team's scheduled tour to troubled Pakistan, where international cricket has been suspended for three years. Bangladesh are set to be the first team to visit Pakistan since a militant attack on the Sri Lankan team bus during the Lahore Test...
  • Warne leads international tributes for Sachin March 18, 2012

    New Delhi: Australian spin legend Shane Warne pleaded for an end to the talk of Sachin Tendulkar's retirement as he joined the international chorus of appreciation for the iconic Indian cricketer who scripted history by completing a century of international tons on Friday. Apart from his close friend Warne, cricket legends...
  • West Indies aim to end poor run vs Australia March 15, 2012

    Kingstown, St. Vincent: West Indies captain Darren Sammy hopes a winning history at Arnos Vale can help lift his team from a prolonged losing streak against Australia when the first of five one-day internationals is played on Friday. West Indies have won 17 of 20 ODIs at the picturesque venue, which...
  • Pakistan fined for slow over-rate in Mirpur March 12, 2012

    Mirpur: Pakistan have been fined for maintaining a slow over-rate during their 21-run victory over Bangladesh in the inaugural match of the Asia Cup tournament on Sunday. Match referee David Boon imposed the fines after Misbah-ul-Haq's side was ruled to be two overs short of their target when time allowances were...
  • Asia Cup: India, Sri Lanka resume rivalry March 12, 2012

    If the recently-concluded CB Series is anything to go by, then the second match of the Asia Cup between India and Sri Lanka should keep the supporters of both sides on their tenterhooks. However, the frame of mind that the two teams find themselves in could not be more contrasting....
  • A year on, Tendulkar still on 99 tons March 12, 2012

    Exactly a year ago, on March 11, 2011, Sachin Tendulkar scored his 99th international century against South Africa in Nagpur during the World Cup. It wasn’t enough to set up an Indian victory, but it showed viewers the world over that aged 37 and 323 days, he was still a...
  • India a 'rabble', lack respect: Aus media February 27, 2012

    Hobart: An Australian newspaper on Monday slammed the Indian cricket team as a "rabble with no redeeming features" and lashed out at Sachin Tendulkar's remonstration at being blocked by Brett Lee in his run-out in the triangular series match on Sunday as "woeful". A write-up in Daily Telegraph said that the...
  • Obstructions the talking point of SCG ODI February 26, 2012

    Sydney: On the day he became the first overseas cricketer to be presented with the honorary life membership of the Sydney Cricket Ground, Sachin Tendulkar was in the middle of a controversial dismissal that reignited the spirit of cricket debate. The incident occurred during the seventh over of India's chase,...
  • Tendulkar approaching one year without 100 February 26, 2012

    Sydney: Sachin Tendulkar's quest for his 100th international century continues after he was run out for 14 in India's innings against Australia in the tenth match of the ongoing tri-series on Sunday at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Tendulkar, run out by David Warner, was blocked during his run by bowler Brett...
  • Sachin gets honorary life membership of SCG February 26, 2012

    Sydney: Sachin Tendulkar became the first overseas player to be presented with the honorary life membership of the Sydney Cricket Ground here on Sunday. Presenting the award, New South Wales premier Barry O'Farrell said, "Sachin is one of the greatest cricketers ever and it's only appropriate we honour him with life...
  • Should Dhoni stay Test captain? February 25, 2012

    MS Dhoni should stay on as Test captain, conditional to his response to the critical questions that confront him as leader. The first among those is what his vision is for India to regain legitimacy as a competitive Test playing country overseas - especially in England, Australia and South Africa....
  • No rift in Team India, says MS Dhoni February 25, 2012

    Sydney: After days of intense speculation, India skipper MS Dhoni has now come out and denied that there is any rift in Team India, claiming there are no differences between him and Virender Sehwag. It had appeared that the rotation policy adopted by the Indian management in the ongoing tri-series was...
  • Ponting's ODI career may not be over: Clarke February 24, 2012

    Sydney: Australia captain Michael Clarke admitted on Friday that he supports the decision to drop Ricky Ponting from the one-day international squad, but says the former captain's ODI career may not be over. Speaking for the first time since Ponting was dropped, Clarke said it was unlikely but Ponting could still...
  • Lee lauds 'absolute legend' Ponting February 21, 2012

    Mumbai: Hailing his former captain Ricky Ponting as a "great ambassador" for cricket, Australian speedster Brett Lee has said the Tasmanian batsman - who is out of reckoning for one-day internationals - can now focus solely on Test match cricket. "Ricky Ponting has been a wonderful teammate, he has been a...
  • ODI format should be terminated: Swann November 26, 2011

    London: England's star spinner Graeme Swann wants an end to one day international cricket, he told the BBC. The 32-year-old - who has slipped from the top of the bowler's rankings in that format of cricket to third - said it was not an enjoyable experience playing the 50 a...
  • Split innings, spice up One-Day cricket: Tendulkar September 5, 2009

    Mumbai: Sachin Tendulkar wants One-Day cricket to be split into two innings of 25 overs each to bring more balance into the matches. The batsman, who holds the records for most One-Day runs and hundreds, backed the format despite doubts whether it would survive Twenty20's increasing popularity. "I'm for 50-over cricket," he...
  • Heightened security at Mohali before Indo-Pak match November 8, 2007

    Mohali: The Indo-Pak one-dayer on the eve of Diwali will be played amid tight security, in the wake of the Ludhiana blasts in October. Although only 177 visas have been issued for Pakistan fans for coming and seeing the match, the Punjab Cricket Association is being extra cautious. ...
  • What's making news in Indian metros today October 6, 2007

    New Delhi: Mumbai municipal authorities will begin an animal census in the city from October 8. A Delhi court has ruled that model Geetanjali Nagpal will have to stay at the Vidyasagar Institute of Mental Health for three more weeks. Chandigarh Police lathicharged cricket fans again on Friday after they...
  • India-WI ODI on DD? Verdict today June 18, 2007

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court will try and settle the spat between Doordarshan (DD) and private broadcaster Nimbus on Tuesday over match telecast rights. Talks between the two failed on Monday. And Nimbus moved court challenging the Government's proposal that will make it compulsory for private broadcasters to share...