The 2017-18 Ranji Trophy is set for a high-profile start, with India regulars R Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, Cheteshwar Pujara and M Vijay expected to play the first round of matches. While Ashwin and Vijay are known to have communicated their availability to the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association, Jadeja and Pujara …read more
Chief coach David Saker was a relieved man after Australia broke their overseas losing streak with a 21-run win over India but said he was not too happy with the team's performance during the fourth ODI.
"It wasn't one of our great performances. I thought we batted well up to …read more
Day 2 : Stumps
Pakistan 64/0 (Masood 30, Aslam 31) trail Sri Lanka 419 all out (Chandimal 155*, Karunaratne 93, Dickwella 83, Abbas 3-75, Yasir 3-120) by 355 runs with 10 wickets remaining in the 1st innings
On a typical hot and tiring day at the Abu Dhabi stadium, Dinesh …read more
Virat Kohli reckons that they need to transform their good form at home when they travel abroad in order to be more successful.
Asked to react on former captain and batting legend Sunil Gavaskar's recent comment that the current team could end up being the greatest ODI side India has …read more
Day 2: Stumps
Bangladesh 127/3 ( Mushfiqur 44, Haque 28*; Rabada 1-16) trail South Africa 496/3 dec (Elgar 199, Amla 137) by runs in the 1st innings
South Africa declared at the tea break, leaving Bangladesh to tackle the final session of play under cloudy skies. Dean Elgar's 199 …read more
The BCCI revamped its grounds and pitches committee recently. 2 senior curators, Dhiraj Parsana (West) and PR Vishwanathan (South) have been relieved' of their duties, with Vishwajit Padhiyar (Parsana's assistant at Motera, and previously a co-opted curator from West Zone) and S Sriram of Karnataka (South) being named their replacements …read more
India Red 483 (Shaw 154, Karthik 111, Bhatt 4-154, Wakhare 3-95) and 208 (Indrajith 59, Wakhare 4-66, Bhatt 4-77) beat India Blue 299 (Abhimanyu 127, Unadkat 83, Washington 5-94, Gohil 5-121) and 229 (Bhatt 51, Washington 6-87, Gohil 3-102) by 163 runs
Washington Sundar capped off a memorable match with …read more
The luxury of having wrapped up the ODI series in Indore gave India the opportunity to test their bench strength, and the chance to throw their more inexperienced players into a tough match situation, much to the delight of captain Virat Kohli. India's winning streak snapped one short of 10 …read more
Following an investigation and discussion with Kieron Pollard, the Caribbean Premier League authorities have decided to not take any action with regards to the no-ball bowled by Kieron Pollard against St Kitts & Nevis Patriots on September 3, 2017.
"The Hero CPL remains firmly committed to ensuring that the tournament is …read more
Shaheen Afridi got into the record books yesterday with figures of 8 for 39 in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, the best ever by a Pakistani on first-class debut. So young is he, he was born after the turn of the millennium - April 2000 - and he was just four years old when …read more
Brief scores: Worcestershire 355 and 242/3 (Daryl Mitchell 123, George Rhodes 51, Thomas Charles Fell 47; Ryan Pringle 2-51) beat Durham 208 and 232 (Graham Clark 62; R Ashwin 5-95, Joe Leach 3-32) by 137 runs
Ravichandran Ashwin picked up a five-wicket haul as Worcestershire completed a comprehensive victory …read more