Tri Series

  • Tendulkar, Harbhajan star in big win | Score | Pics September 15, 2009

    Sachin Tendulkar hit his 44th one-day century and Harbhajan Singh took a five for 56 to lead India to a 46-run win over Sri Lanka in the final of the limited-overs tri-series on Monday....
  • India grounded by fiery Lanka | Score | Pics September 12, 2009

    India need to win the inconsequential game to retain the top spot in ICC rankings for One-day Internationals. ...
  • India begin season with easy win | Scorecard | Pics September 11, 2009

    Ashish Nehra and Yuvraj Singh took three wickets each as the Kiwis were bowled out for 155 in the second game of the Compaq Cup tri-series in Colombo on Friday....
  • The Week That Wasn't: Indian cricket team's return March 10, 2008

    In this week’s segment of The Week The Week That Wasn’t, Cyrus Brocha talks about the Indian cricket team's grand homecoming after winning the Tri-Series in Australia. ...
  • 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 tri-series and decided to bat against the West Indies at the Kinrara Oval in Kuala Lumpur on Monday. ...
  • Tri-series matches to start early September 17, 2006

    The remaining matches of the DLF Cup tri-series 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 India-WI faceoff September 14, 2006

    Despite losing 1-4 in the five match series in the West Indies, Tendulkar’s return has given a slight edge to India. ...
  • ODI pride at stake for India in KL September 11, 2006

    India go into the tri-series in Kuala Lumpur well aware of the odds. The last time they played the West Indies, they were at the receiving end of a 4-1 pasting. And although they haven't played Australia in a One-Dayer for two years, the three-time 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 4-1. "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 One-Day 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 tri-nations series in Malaysia said on Friday they hope the one-off 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 tri-series 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 leg-spinner Anil Kumble...
  • Proteas defend withdrawal decision August 19, 2006

    Johannesburg: The South African cricket team arrived back in Johannesburg on Saturday saying they felt the decision to abort their tour of Sri Lanka was fully justified after a bomb blast close to the hotel they were staying in. Seven people were killed on Monday when a bomb exploded in...
  • Proteas right in going back: Srikkanth August 18, 2006

    Jaipur: Former Indian captain K Srikkanth on Friday said the South Africans were justified in pulling out of the cricket tri-series following a bomb blast in Colombo, saying they were not used to terror situations. "One can't blame South Africans for shying away from the tri-series because their players are not...
  • Proteas deny team split over return August 17, 2006

    Colombo: South Africa's cricketers have struck back at suggestions made in Sri Lanka that senior players bullied lower-profile colleagues into agreeing to abandon the tour on security grounds. Local newspapers lambasted the tourists on Thursday in a series of articles which called captain Mark Boucher and his team "chickens". They...
  • South Africa face penalty if no replay August 17, 2006

    Colombo: The International Cricket Council on Thursday said a failure to replay the abandoned tri-series matches between South Africa and Sri Lanka could lead to the African team being penalised. The ICC said the triseries matches fell under the Future Tours Programme and as per its...
  • Pull out by Proteas a cowardly act August 17, 2006

    Johannesburg: South Africa's decision to pull out of the tri-series in Sri Lanka has not found favour with most of the countrymen describing the players as fearful "sissies". Many people called up radio stations around the country to complain that the players were under no threat and should have stayed back...
  • Sri Lanka praise India, blast Proteas August 17, 2006

    Colombo: Sri Lanka Cricket on Thursday criticised South Africa after the African team pulled out from a tri-series and thanked India for deciding to continue with its tour despite a bomb blast in Colombo on August 14. South Africa quit the One-Day tournament following a powerful explosion that claimed seven lives...
  • Pull out raises questions in plenty August 17, 2006

    Colombo: The impact of the blast in Colombo was felt thousands of miles away in Johannesburg. The South African cricket team, rattled by the second blast in close vicinity in less than a month felt they were in no position to carry on playing. An independent enquiry also concluded that...
  • South Africa pull out of tri-series August 16, 2006

    New Delhi: South Africa have pulled out of the Unitech Cup tri-series in Colombo on Wednesday, citing security reasons. Cricket South Africa had to wait for the official approval of the International Cricket Council, before they could decide on catching a flight home. With South Africa backing off from the series...
  • India-Sri Lanka game washed out August 16, 2006

    Colombo: The opening tri-series match between Sri Lanka and India was abandoned on Wednesday due to a wet outfield, compounding the woes of the organisers who are still unsure of South Africa's participation in the tournament. Match referee Chris Broad, and on-field umpires Billy Bowden and Tyronne Wijewardene made two inspections...