One Dayers

  • As it happened: India A vs WI A, 3rd one-dayer September 19, 2013

    India A innings: End of over 50: West Indies A restrict India A to 267/8 to win the match by 45 runs and with it the series 2-1. End of over 47, India A 251 for 8:: India eight down. Siddarth Paul dismissed by Permaul for 6. West Indies racing towards...
  • Misbah still keen on playing T20s for Pakistan May 26, 2012

    Lahore: Pakistan's one-day and Test skipper Misbah-ul-Haq has said he will continue to play Twenty20 cricket despite being stripped of the captaincy for the short format and wants to be selected for the World Cup. "I enjoy playing T20 cricket and I will continue to play at the domestic level. I...
  • Asia Cup: Bangladesh aim to upset India March 15, 2012

    Mirpur: Having beaten Sri Lanka comfortably on Tuesday, India now shift focus to hosts Bangladesh for the fourth match of the Asia Cup at Mirpur's Shere Bangla National Stadium on Friday. Considering the looming fixture against Pakistan on Sunday, India will want to wrap up a win over Bangladesh to...
  • Kohli ton up there with Richards' best: Jones March 2, 2012

    Melbourne: Former Australian batsman Dean Jones says Virat Kohli's 86-ball 133 in a tri-series match against Sri Lanka was one of the "greatest" one-day international knocks, and felt the young batsman must be promoted to the number three position in the shorter formats. "What a bizarre week of cricket it has...
  • India 'desperate' to turn fortunes: Warner February 27, 2012

    Sydney: Australian opener David Warner said he sensed "desperation" among the Indian visitors as they try to salvage something from their dismal Down Under tour. Warner, who helped Australia secure their place in the tri-series ODI finals following a massive win over India on Sunday, said he was surprised by how...
  • India face a Herculean task against SL February 27, 2012

    Hobart: They didn't seem aware of it, but India's one-day team has a slim chance of reaching the best-of-three-finals of the CB Series going into their final leage match at Bellerive Oval on Tuesday. Indian skipper MS Dhoni's candid but alarming remark on Sunday, following a third straight loss, that...
  • 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5 changes Team India needs February 27, 2012

    It is a valid question: how much lower can this team sink? The batting is in disarray, the bowlers lack a leader, the leadership is thin and the spat within the dressing room is threatening to tear apart the nucleus of the squad. After the high of winning the World...
  • Australia vs India, Match 10 February 26, 2012

    Peter Forrest turns to see he is bowled for 7 runs by Praveen Kumar. (AP Photo)Ravichandran Ashwin runs out Michael Hussey for 10 runs. (AP Photo)Suresh Raina, left, takes a catch of David Warner just before colliding with teammate Irfan Pathan. (AP Photo)
  • Bad news for India, SL beat Australia February 24, 2012

    Hobart: Mahela Jayawardene hit an aggressive half century to help set up Sri Lanka's thrilling three-wicket win over Australia in a limited-overs tri-series match on Friday. Man of the match Jayawardene hit six boundaries and a six to make 85 off 81 balls, and Dinesh Chandimal brought up an assured 80...
  • Pujara's focus on domestic ODIs and India berth February 24, 2012

    Mumbai: Cheteshwar Pujara will take it step by step to reclaim his lost berth in the Indian squad, focusing on first helping Saurashtra qualify for the one-day Inter Zonals for the Vijay Hazare Trophy. "First thing is the (West Zone) Ranji one-dayers that we are playing. We want to qualify for...
  • Has time run out for Sachin and Sehwag in ODIs? February 21, 2012

    After a disappointing run on the Australia tour, the spotlight is on the continuing poor form of 'seniors' Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag. ...
  • Has time run out for Sachin and Sehwag in ODIs? February 21, 2012

    After a disappointing run on the Australia tour, the spotlight is on the continuing poor form of 'seniors' Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag. ...
  • Hayden lashes out at selectors over Ponting axe February 21, 2012

    Melbourne: Former Australian opener Matthew Hayden lashed out the national selectors for dropping Ricky Ponting from the one-day squad and termed their decision as "disgraceful". Ponting said on Tuesday he did not expect to play for Australia in the one-day format but would continue to play Test cricket. "It was disgraceful treatment...
  • Chandimal spills Kohli February 21, 2012

    Dinesh Chandimal gave India a dose of generosity himself by dropping Virat Kohli on 14. Kohli had already been dropped by Tillakaratne Dilshan, and got a second life in the 21st over when he pulled Thissara Perera out to deep midwicket. Kohli's authoritative shot flew out to Chandimal, who didn't have...
  • Surprise, surprise, Sehwag picks out third man February 21, 2012

    With Virender Sehwag on this tour of Australia, matters have reached a point where you can expect him to play a loose shot outside off-stump and have an eager fielder lap up the catch near the boundary. And sure enough, India's stand-in captain played to form. On the second ball...
  • Thirimanne gets a life, Chandimal a boundary February 21, 2012

    During the 38th over of Sri Lanka's innings, three Indian fielders contrived to add four runs to the total. Dinesh Chandimal, batting on 31, pushed a delivery from R Ashwin towards the midwicket region and from the non-striker's end Lahiru Thirimanne sprinted out of the blocks. Chandimal too took a...
  • KP hits another ton as Eng clean sweep Pak February 22, 2012

    Dubai: Kevin Pietersen scored his second century in as many matches as England beat Pakistan by four wickets on Tuesday to sweep the one-day international series 4-0. Pietersen hit 130 off 153 balls, his highest ODI score, and he teamed up with Craig Kieswetter (43) for a 109-run partnership as England...
  • Not looking too far ahead, says Rahane February 20, 2012

    Mumbai: Opener Ajinkya Rahane, back from the first-half of the Australian tour comprising the Test series, is focusing on doing well for Mumbai in the West Zone one-dayers and not looking too far down the line towards making the Asia Cup squad. "The (West Zone) one-day tournament (commencing on February 22)...
  • Don't judge 50-over format on ticket sales: CA February 6, 2012

    Melbourne: Around 30 percent tickets meant for the general public are still available for the Australia-Sri Lanka ODI at Perth, in contrast to the Big Bash final which sold out in a record 16 minutes, but Cricket Australia says it should not be understood as a sign of a dwindling...
  • Play Pathan and Tiwary, says Ganguly February 6, 2012

    Melbourne: India should draft in all-rounder Irfan Pathan and Manoj Tiwary in the side for the next tri-series match, even if it means dropping a spinner along with Suresh Raina, suggested former skipper Sourav Ganguly. India will play Sri Lanka on Wednesday after losing the fist match to Australia by 65...
  • PCB asks Eng to host tri-series with India, Pak February 3, 2012

    Karachi: PCB chief Zaka Ashraf proposed that the England and Wales Cricket Board hosts a one-day tri-series involving Pakistan and India next year, during the recent ICC executive board meeting held in Dubai. A board official said that during the ICC meeting, Ashraf had held informal talks with the heads of...
  • Tharanga to lead Sri Lanka in one-day tour match January 31, 2012

    Melbourne: Opening batsman Upul Tharanga will lead Sri Lanka in a one-day tour match against a Victorian 2nd XI on Wednesday ahead of their limited-overs tri-series against Australia and India. Regular captain Mahela Jayawardene, Tillakaratne Dilshan and star paceman Lasith Malinga are all rested for the match. Sri Lanka will also play...
  • Wade keen to secure spot in Australia ODI team January 30, 2013

    Sydney: Excited to get a break in the Australian one-day team at the expense of an out-of-form Brad Haddin, young wicketkeeper Matthew Wade said he will aim to make it tough for the selectors to drop him. "I am really excited to get an opportunity in the one-day format. I'm hoping...
  • Shaun Marsh dropped from ODI squad January 30, 2012

    Melbourne: Shaun Marsh has been dropped from Australia's squad for the first three matches of the tri-nations limited-overs series against India and Sri Lanka. Marsh, who has struggled for form since rejoining the Test side following injury, makes way for Queensland batsman Peter Forrest, who will make his international debut. "Shaun Marsh...
  • Can past exploits inspire Zimbabwe? January 25, 2012

    There was a time when New Zealand and Zimbabwe were well-matched on the international scene, even though it was not for top honours on the rankings chart. Though none of the current squad was present during Zimbabwe’s previous tour of the country more than a decade ago, they would be well...
  • Sri Lanka chase down 300 to win 4th ODI January 21, 2012

    Kimberley: Sri Lanka celebrated a rare success on Friday on their tour of South Africa with a five-wicket victory in the fourth one-day international. Big knocks from captain Tillakaratne Dilshan (87), Man-of-the-Match Thisara Perera (69) and Dinesh Chandimal (59) lifted the visitors to 304-5 after the home side reached to 299-7...
  • Yuvraj to be fit for Australia tri-series January 6, 2012

    New Delhi: India's one-day specialist Yuvraj Singh has said he will be fit for next month's tri-series in Australia after recovering from a non-malignant lung tumour. "I have completely recovered and have been training for the last two weeks. There is absolutely no problem with my fitness," the all-rounder told the...
  • Boucher axed as South Africa make ODI changes December 31, 2011

    Johannesburg: Wicketkeeper Mark Boucher was one of three players dropped on Friday when South Africa named their squad for next month's one-day internationals against Sri Lanka. Boucher, 35, who holds the world record for most Test dismissals (540), batsman David Miller and leg-spinner Imran Tahir have paid the price for...
  • Umesh Yadav aims to be India's McGrath December 4, 2011

    Ahmedabad: Inspired by Australian fast bowling legend Glenn McGrath, the newest addition to the Indian pace attack, Umesh Yadav, wants to be a line and length specialist. "I like Glenn McGrath personally. In my life I will try that I get as close as possible to his bowling," Yadav said ahead...
  • Sreesanth set for long absence with toe injury December 4, 2011

    New Delhi: Indian pacer S Sreesanth has been sidelined for upto eight weeks due to a toe injury, ruling him out of content_cnion for the four-Test series against Australia starting on December 26. Sreesanth was not picked in the original squad for Australia Tests but a rib injury to pacer Praveen...