Dhoni revels in freedom to play at No. 4

MS Dhoni walked in at No. 4, more importantly as early as the ninth over, ahead of Manish Pandey against New Zealand in the 3rd ODI and struck a vital partnership with Virat Kohli to put India on course for an easy victory. After the game, the Indian captain revealed …

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India continue to rest key Test bowlers from ODIs

Spinners R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja, and fast bowler Mohammed Shami, have been rested once again as India named an unchanged 14-man squad for the remaining two ODIs against New Zealand.

The three bowlers had been left out of the squad for the first three ODIs too, keeping in mind …

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Mathews injured, Herath set for late captaincy debut

Left-arm spinner Rangana Herath is set to become the oldest player to lead a Test team for the first time since Somachandra de Silva in 1983, after he was named captain of Sri Lanka for the tour of Zimbabwe because Angelo Mathews is injured.

Sri Lanka's regular vice-captain, Dinesh Chandimal …

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No IPL-rights deal until BCCI complies with Lodha

The opening of the bids for the IPL broadcast rights is set to be delayed after the Lodha Committee told BCCI president Anurag Thakur to submit a letter stating that the board will "unreservedly comply" with the Supreme Court order of October 21.

In addition, Thakur and BCCI secretary Ajay …

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PAK🆚WI: PAK🇵🇰 on Verge of Victory🎉

Pakistan🇵🇰 asserted their dominance on Day 4⃣ and are close to wrapping up the 2nd Test to take an unassailable lead in the Test series.
Resuming at 114/1, Pakistan continued to bat for another 28 overs and declared✋ almost out of pity, setting the West Indies a target of …

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Stokes breaks Bangladesh hearts

Ben Stokes capped a supreme all-round performance with two wickets in three balls - his fifth and sixth of the match, to go alongside his total of 103 runs - as Bangladesh's hearts were broken on the fifth and final morning of an epic Test match at Chittagong.

Resuming on 253 for …

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Taylor did not communicate with his team - Brendon McCullum

In his book 'Declared', McCullum has devoted a whole chapter to "the coup that wasn't", describing in some detail Taylor's failings as a captain and the circumstances that led to the souring of their relationship, and clarifying that he had no role to play in the axing of Taylor as …

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