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Cricket: India

Shami fit to play the fourth test

shami fit to play the fourth test
India have added fit-again fast bowler Mohammed Shami to their squad for the fourth and final test against Australia in Dharamsala, the country's cricket board (BCCI) said on Friday.
SuperSport

Afghanistan clinch 3-2 ODI series win over Ireland after seven-wicket victory

afghanistan clinch 3-2 odi series win over ireland after seven-wicket victory
Afghanistan clinch a 3-2 one-day series win over Ireland as Rahmat Shah's century helps secure a seven-wicket victory in India.
BBC News Also reported by •BBC Sport

Videos for Cricket: India

News video: Australian cricket team meet the Dalai Lama

Australian cricket team meet the Dalai Lama 00:37

Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, speaks to Australian cricket players ahead of an important test match against India.
Source: Reuters - Sports -

News video: Pujara defends Kohli from Australian press Trump barbs

Pujara defends Kohli from Australian press Trump barbs 00:34

Cheteshwar Pujara defends skipper Virat Kohli from Australian media Trump comparisons
Source: Reuters - Sports -

News video: Not Sure Kohli Knows How To Spell ‘Sorry’ – CA Chief

Not Sure Kohli Knows How To Spell ‘Sorry’ – CA Chief 00:47

Cricket Australia boss James Sutherland took a jibe at the Indian skipper Virat Kohli, saying he is not sure if Kohli knows how to spell the word ‘sorry’/
Source: nnis Sports English -

News video: Kohli Should Behave Better Feels Geoff Lawson

Kohli Should Behave Better Feels Geoff Lawson 00:59

Former Australian bowler Geoff Lawson has slammed Virat Kohli, urging him to show more responsibility and better behaviour as captain of the Indian cricket team.
Source: nnis Sports English -

News video: MUMBAI, SAURASHTRA WILL BE ABLE TO VOTE ON ROTATION BASIS- COA

MUMBAI, SAURASHTRA WILL BE ABLE TO VOTE ON ROTATION BASIS- COA 01:40

The likes of the Mumbai Cricket Association or Saurashtra Cricket Association (SCA) may have lost their full membership status, but they will get a chance to vote at BCCI AGM on rotation basis.
Source: nnis Sports English -

 

Shashank Manohar Reconsiders Decision; Set to Stay ICC Chairman

There has been a great hue and cry for quite some time now in the Indian cricket regarding the turmoil that BCCI has gone through. Amidst all this, the latest addition to the controversial incidents..
Fab Newz

Spirited Australia look to defy history

The Steve-Smith led side will aim to clinch their first Test series in India since 2004
CricBuzz

Afg v IRE, 5th ODI

Match is scheduled to start at 09:30 AM IST in Greater Noida, India.
CricBuzz

Warner not worried about lack of runs

The Australian left-hander is yet to score a fifty in the ongoing Test series against India
CricBuzz

Pujara, Saha add steel to India's armoury

pujara, saha add steel to india's armoury
Cheteshwar Pujara has one more test to play in the ongoing Australia series before the he slips out of India's sporting consciousness as the nation shifts its focus to the bedlam of white-ball cricket.
SuperSport

Nephew of former Nottingham Forest defender shows potential to go...

nephew of former nottingham forest defender shows potential to go...
Cricket – and sport in general – runs through the Blatherwick family with Nottinghamshire seamer Jack Blatherwick showing the potential to go further than those that have gone before him.The..
Nottingham Post


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