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  • Hamish Rutherford leads New Zealand A to triangular series win August 13, 2014

    London: Hamish Rutherford led New Zealand A to victory in the triangular one-day series with a seven-wicket win over England Lions on Tuesday. Chasing a rain-revised target of 220 from 36 overs at New Road, Rutherford struck 95 off 84 balls including 10 fours and two sixes before Tom Latham's 48...
  • 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...
  • Amazon India launches 'One-Day Delivery' service in select cities at Rs 99 December 5, 2013

    New Delhi: Amazon India announced the availability of a guaranteed 'one-day delivery' service for items fulfilled by Amazon in select pin codes across several Indian cities including Bangalore, Mumbai, New Delhi, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad and Pune. Customers in eligible pin codes can now choose 'One-Day Delivery' at the time of checkout...
  • Warner smashes 197 off 144 balls, breaks Australian one-day score October 24, 2013

    Sydney: Australia opener David Warner fell three runs short of the first double century in domestic one-day cricket on Thursday, continuing a rich run of form which could earn him an international recall for the Ashes series next month. Playing for New South Wales against Victoria in the semi-final of a...
  • As it happened: England vs Australia, 5th ODI September 17, 2013

    CLICK HERE for the Live updates from England vs Australia, 5th ODI at The Rose Bowl, Southampton. The NatWest ODI series looked like heading towards a dull ending after two matches got washed out, but England's win in the fourth one-dayer on Saturday has given it a twist. The series is...
  • Confident India A would aim to seal series against NZ A September 9, 2013

    Visakhapatnam: After notching up a convincing win in the opening game, India A will look to seal the three-match unofficial one-day series against New Zealand A when the two sides clash in their second encounter at the Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium here on Tuesday. Riding on India discard...
  • Pakistani bowling attack is complete: Dhoni December 29, 2012

    Chennai: India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni rates the visiting Pakistani side, especially its bowling, quite high but feels the side which remains more consistent has better chances to do well in the one-day series, beginning here on Sunday. "Overall, Pakistan is a very good team. Its combination is such that they...
  • 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...
  • ODIs will be history in 3 years: Gilchrist December 13, 2012

    Sydney: Australian cricket great Adam Gilchrist believes the one-day format is on an irreversible slide and will be "history" in three years, a report said on Thursday. The trailblazing wicketkeeper-batsman fears the 50-over game, which has been losing its appeal in Australia since the ascent of Twenty20 cricket, will likely...
  • 'Bom' Review: Should the cannabis be banned? November 24, 2012

    Cast: Villagers of Malana Filmmaker: Amlan Datta At the first glance, ‘BOM: One day ahead of democracy’ comes across as a systematic film that features the process of the evolution of a particular society along with the development of the maker’s conscience about a marginalised village, but very soon it turns into...
  • 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...
  • PCB seek alternative venues to host Australia May 16, 2012

    Lahore: A senior PCB official has refuted suggestions that the forthcoming one-day and T20 series against Australia might have to be cancelled due to Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) withdrawing its offer to host the series in August-September. "Obviously we are very disappointed that the Sri Lankans have decided against hosting...
  • 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...
  • West Indies ready to welcome back Gayle May 4, 2012

    London: West Indies coach Ottis Gibson and captain Darren Sammy said they would have no problems with Chris Gayle returning to the squad after he promised to end his international exile on Thursday. Former West Indies captain Gayle, renowned as a big-hitting batsman, has not played international cricket for more than...
  • PCB asks BCCI to host 'home' series for Pakistan April 17, 2012

    Lahore: In a rather surprising move, the Pakistan Cricket Board has asked the BCCI to play host to a 'home' series of the Pakistan cricket team in the future. According to well-informed sources, the chairman of the Pakistan board, Zaka Ashraf, made the offer to his Indian counterpart, N Srinivasan,...
  • ICC Champions Trophy to be axed after 2013 April 17, 2012

    Dubai: The 2013 Champions Trophy in England will bring the curtains down on the 14-year-old tournament, with the ICC moving towards having one championship for each of the game's three formats from 2015. While the play-offs for the World Test Championship are scheduled for June 2017, the 50-over tournament, started...
  • 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...
  • WICB chief eyes success against Australia April 2, 2012

    St. John's, Antigua: Following exciting ties in the recent one-day and Twenty20 series against Australia, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) chief Julian Hunte has hailed the home team's showing, saying it augured well for the upcoming Test series. "On behalf of the WICB and cricket lovers of the Caribbean, I...
  • 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...
  • India loss pushes SA up to 2nd in ODI rankings March 17, 2012

    Dubai: India's five-wicket defeat to Bangladesh in an Asia Cup match in Mirpur on Friday helped South Africa secure the second position in the ICC ODI Championship table at the April 1 cut-off date. The defeat resulted in the Indian team slipping from 118 ratings points to 116 ratings points, and...
  • 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...
  • Uthappa in squad for one-off T20 vs SA March 7, 2012

    New Delhi: Robin Uthappa has been included in the India squad for the one-off Twenty20 International against South Africa, to be played on March 30 at Johannesburg. The 26-year-old is the only change from the squad selected for the Asia Cup, with senior batsman Sachin Tendulkar, who does not play...
  • Sri Lanka aim title blow at struggling Aussies March 7, 2012

    Adelaide: A rejuvenated Sri Lanka will look to exploit the injury problems and bowling woes of Australia when the two teams clash for the CB Series title in the third and last final of the tri-series on Thursday. Just ahead of the decider, Australia have lost skipper Michael Clarke to a...
  • B'desh chief selector quits over interference March 7, 2012

    Dhaka: Bangladesh's chief national selector Akram Khan resigned on Wednesday citing interference in the squad for the forthcoming Asia Cup by the country's cricket board. Bangladesh board president AHM Mustafa Kamal omitted opener Tamim Iqbal, Akram's nephew, reducing the 15-man squad to 14. Tamim, widely regarded as Bangladesh's best batsman,...
  • Pakistan strong contenders for Asia Cup March 7, 2012

    Pakistan are a team which have an element of surprise around them and are known to turn the tide when cornered. A year ago, marred by the infamous spot-fixing scandal, it appeared Pakistan cricket's downfall had started. But their players showed their character and bounced back to script a series...