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Wriddhiman Saha is understood to not have fully recovered from his thumb injury and hence is likely to miss at least part of India’s five-Test series in England beginning in August. Saha, who hurt his left thumb while playing in the IPL for Sunrisers Hyderabad, not only missed majority of the second leg of the
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India A 192 (Bawne 43, Nair 42, Reifer 5-50) and 321 for 5 (Vihari 68, Pant 67*. Nair 55) beat West Indies A 302 (Brooks 122, Siraj 4-68) and 210 (Blackwood 67, Campbell 61, Siraj 4-64) by five wickets Rishabh Pant‘s counter-attacking unbeaten 71-ball 67 helped India A complete a stirring come-from-behind win in the
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Big picture If England’s long-term ODI project needed one last tryout ahead of next year’s World Cup, there can hardly be a better dress rehearsal than facing cricket’s other formidable ODI team at home. There’s a plethora of staggering batting and bowling numbers around both England and India, but the larger picture is that this
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Less than five months before the Women’s World T20, Tushar Arothe has stepped down as the head coach of the Indian women’s team, soon after reports of discord within the team had surfaced after their Asia Cup loss. Although he cited “personal reasons” as the primary reason for resigning, Arothe revealed strained relations with some
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India A 133 (Vihari 37, Lewis 4-35, Holder 4-57) and 609 for 6 (Shaw 188, Samarth 137, Lewis 4-130) drew with West Indies A 383 (Ambris 128, Brooks 91, Rajpoot 4-76) and 245 for 7 (Blackwood 61, Saini 2-41) Karun Nair prepares to sweep Associated Press India A turned a 250-run deficit into a 359-run lead
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The Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) has challenged the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) directive, which prevents outstation players from participating in T20 leagues, saying it exhibits “a complete and utter disregard” for the interests of players, depriving them of the opportunity to “earn a living” and “showcase their talents to the world”. The
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The challenge of beating England in their own den and then walking away with the spoils is “exciting” and not daunting. The thought actually makes India captain Virat Kohli more relaxed than nervous. On Monday, Kohli walked into his first media conference of the two-month-plus-long tour of England with one hand in his pocket. He
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Veteran television journalist Rajat Sharma will be the new president of the Delhi District Cricket Association, after winning the elections at the Annual General Meeting on Saturday. President: Rajat Sharma Vice-President: Rakesh Kumar Bansal Secretary: Vinod Kumar Tihara Joint Secretary: Ranjan Manchanda Treasurer: O P Sharma First-class Cricket Director: Sanjay Bhardwaj Women Director: Renu Khanna
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