Tour Match

  • As it happened: Indians vs Middlesex, Tour match at Lord's August 22, 2014

    Middlesex innings: Karn Sharma took three wickets to end the Middlesex chase, handing the Indians a 95-run victory. End of 36 overs: Middlesex lost two quick wickets inside the gap of 2 overs to struggle at 119 for 8. End of 28 overs: Offspinner R Ashwin struck to sent Simpson back for 19....
  • Tour match: Indian bowlers struggle against Derbyshire on Day 1 July 2, 2014

    Derbyshire: India yet again produced a listless bowling performance as Derbyshire piled up 326 for 5 at stumps of the first day of their second tour game ahead of five-match Test series against England, here on Tuesday. Billy Godleman (67 not out of 159 balls, 8x4s) and 17-year-old Harvey Hossein (53...
  • Aussie announcer stood down over Panesar Indian accent jibe November 30, 2013

    Alice Springs, Australia: A ground announcer for England's drawn tour match in Alice Springs on Saturday was stood down by Cricket Australia for pronouncing Monty Panesar's name in an Indian accent. David Nixon had also been cautioned on Friday for comments made about Joe Root, according to a report. "Cricket Australia deemed...
  • Watson allowed to skip tour match, stays on in London July 24, 2013

    Staring at another Ashes defeat, Australia have decided that the best way to bring Shane Watson back into game-changing mode is to keep him away from the game for a while to get his thought process back in order. Watson, along with opening batsman Chris Rogers and fast bowler Peter Siddle,...
  • Clarke returns to lead Australia in tour match June 25, 2013

    Australia captain Michael Clarke will make his return from injury in the tour match against Somerset starting on Wednesday, the BBC reported on Tuesday. Clarke missed the final Test against India this year and the entire Champions Trophy with a back injury, sparking concerns he would not be fit for the...
  • Haddin shines as Australia A dominate Scotland June 8, 2013

    Edinburgh: Australia 'A' captain Brad Haddin hit a century as the tourists recovered from a slow start to reach 335 for 6 at the end of the first day of their four-day tour match against Scotland in Edinburgh. The Australian reserves were struggling at 23 for 2 after Jordan Silk was...
  • Barath, Bravo battle back for WI in tour game June 3, 2012

    London: Adrian Barath and Darren Bravo both made fifties against Leicestershire as they rescued the West Indies from yet another top-order collapse on their tour of England. The West Indies are already 2-0 down in the three-match Test series heading into next week's climax at Edgbaston, with their top order...