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Ganguly backs BCCI on India-Pakistan series decision
Ganguly backs BCCI on India-Pakistan series decision

Ganguly was the captain when India won the ODI and Test series touring Pakistan in 2004 Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly, as reported by crictracker.com has backed the decision of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to scrapped the India-Pakistan series. Recently, the BCCI's secretary Anurag Thakur announced that a bilateral series between the two neighbours was unlikely because of the political instability. Thakur spo

Jul 29 2015
Australia A bowl out India A for 135
Australia A bowl out India A for 135

Gurinder Sandhu (C) picked 3 wickets Chennai, July 29 (IANS) The first day of the second and final four-day first-class cricket match against Australia A turned out to be quite dismal for India A, who were bowled out for a meagre 135 at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium here on Wednesday. At stumps, Australia A were batting at 43 for no loss with openers Cameron Bancroft and Usman Khawaja unbeaten on 24 and 13, trailing India A by 92 runs. It w

Jul 29 2015
Why Stuart Binny should be given a long run
Why Stuart Binny should be given a long run

Binny is yet to cement his place in Indian team Neither supremely talented batsman, nor a great bowler. At best, Stuart Binny is an average cricketer with obvious limitations. So, how does he manage to push himself in the Indian side? While cricket pundits have had no hesitation in saying Binny will be everyone’s bunny in World Cricket, he has shown great character by saving India’s face by handful contributions for the

Jul 29 2015
5 occasions when two star players had a difficult relationship
5 occasions when two star players had a difficult relationship

As an international cricketer you live an exciting lifestyle, travelling all around the world for various competitions. Unfortunately for some players, this also means spending a lot of time with your teammates at close quarters. This high pressure environment has gotten the better of many a man, as throughout history there has been countless occasions of big-name players butting heads. From dressing room scuffles to on-

Jul 29 2015
Ashton Agar is excited to play against Virat Kohli
Ashton Agar is excited to play against Virat Kohli

Agar has played two Test matches for Australian national side Australia A player Ashton Agar said as reported by The Free Press Journal (FPJ) that everyone is excited in the Aussies dugout about Virat Kohli playing in the final four-day Test match against them in Chennai. Indian Test team captain Kohli took special permission from the Board of Control for Cricket in India to play in the India A match ahead of the Sri Lanka tour. “We d

6 bowlers who dropped pace and were still successful
6 bowlers who dropped pace and were still successful

From pacers to swingers There is somewhat of an amazing feeling to see a fast bowler run at full speed towards the crease, take a leap and release the ball with all his might. If the bowler possesses silky curls or waves for hair, the ‘cool factor’ goes up by a notch or two. Let’s be honest here, there aren’t many – or any – people who haven’t felt a rush of adrenaline pumping through their veins a

Jul 28 2015
Those unheralded knights - Indian bowlers
Those unheralded knights - Indian bowlers

Not quite the acclaimed ones Indian bowlers - The first response that would be evoked from many cricket aficionados would be disparage. In a country where bowlers are seen as the blue-collar workmen who act as a sideshow to the home-grown white-collar batting immortals, there have been quite a few bowlers who have managed to captivate the attention and instill buoyancy amongst the people. We take a look at the top ten such bowlers who have

Jul 28 2015
India-Pakistan series in doubt
India-Pakistan series in doubt

India-Pakistan played during 2015 World Cup in Australia The most awaited cricket series between India and Pakistan is likely to get scrapped because of the political turmoil between the two countries. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Anurag Thakur said that a bilateral series between the two neighbours was unlikely because the political condition is still not stable between the neighbours. "Ev

Jul 27 2015
India's Test number 3 conundrum
India's Test number 3 conundrum

Cheteshwar Pujara did not hold on to the number three spot With Team India all set to play seven Tests in the space of three months, there is a cloud of uncertainty surrounding the number 3 spot in the batting line up. After Rahul Dravid’s retirement, Cheteshwar Pujara had made the number three spot his own with some gargantuan performances in Indian conditions and also a splendid century in Johannesburg. But as cricket is a game

Jul 27 2015
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