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PHOTOS: 2nd Ashes Test, Day 5

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Rescue acts, a concussion and a dream debut: The second Ashes Test had everything but a result

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Quick turnaround may see Steve Smith miss third Ashes Test

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After another rich haul in West Indies, Shahbaz Nadeem hopes for selectors’ call

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Rohit Sharma: Waiting for the deluge… of runs

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Mohammad Shahzad suspended from all forms of cricket for a year: ACB

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Steve Smith speaks on concussion, chances of playing 3rd Ashes Test

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Virat Kohli to have stand named after him in Delhi stadium

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Can Cheteshwar Pujara, Ajinkya Rahane be back with a bang?

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Coolidge (Antigua): Test specialists Cheteshwar Pujara, Ajinkya Rahane along with a well-rested Jasprit Bumrah will be aiming for some quality game time when India take on West Indies Cricket Board XI in a three-day warm-up game starting today ahead of two-match series." With skipper Virat Kohli sustaining a right thumb injury during the third ODI, the team management would like to exercise precaution and may be rest their best player before World Test championship opener. Kohli in top form Kohli has been in phenomenal form and has led India from the front in the limited-overs series. After scoring 106 runs in the three T20s, Kohli garnered 234 runs, including two centuries, in the two ODIs while the first one-dayer was called off due to rains after playing 13 overs. After whitewashing West Indies 3-0 in the T20 International series, India continued their winning spree and pocketed the three-match ODI rubber 2-0. A win in the Test series starting August 22 will be the first time that I..
                 

Not nice of Jofra Archer to walk away while Steve Smith was in pain: Shoaib Akhtar

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Here's what tilted the balance in Ravi Shastri's favour in coach selection

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As expected, Ravi Shastri bagged a second successive two-year term with the Indian cricket team primarily because of his association with Virat Kohli & Co. Shastri will remain head coach till the 2021 T20 World Cup which will be hosted in India. However, in a "close race" with Mike Hesson and Tom Moody what really tilted the balance in the favour of the former India captain was Shastri's precise plans to improve Team India. Linked up Shastri, who was the last of the five candidates to appear for the interview, gave a detailed presentation to the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) comprising Kapil Dev, Anshuman Gaekwad and Shantha Rangaswamy from the West Indies. Shastri made his presentation via Skype. Moody too presented his case via video conference while Hesson, Robin Singh and Lalchand Rajput appeared in person. Phil Simmons opted out from the race yesterday. Not that Hesson and Moody did not have clear plans for Team India, but what impressed Kapil & Co the most was Shastri'..
                 

Ten years after 2009 Lahore bus attack, Pakistan likely to hold first Test match

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Hardik Pandya, Suresh Raina, Shikhar Dhawan celebrate Raksha Bandhan

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On the occassion of Raksha Bandhan, Indian cricketers took to social media to express love for their sisters by posting heartwarming messages. India and Chennai Super Kings batsman Suresh Raina tweeted a picture with his sister Renu, and captioned it, "My lovely sister, I promise to protect you from all evil, keep you happy & be your pillar of strength today, tomorrow and always." My lovely sister, I promise to protect you from all evil, keep you happy & be your pillar of strength today, tomorrow and always. Sending best wishes & lots of love to everyone celebrating. Have a great day!👌#HappyRakshaBandhan2019 pic.twitter.com/pBeb9Oe8yU — Suresh Raina🇮🇳 (@ImRaina) August 15, 2019 Team India opener Shikhar Dhawan, who is currently on the tour of West Indies, too wished his sister Shreshta on Instagram. "Kisike zakhmon par chahat se pathi kaun bandhega. Agar behne nahi hongi toh rakhi kaun bandega," he wrote, which translates to, "Who will bandage your wou..
                 

Caribbean, a starting point

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England vs Australia: Lord’s Ashes test in the balance after gripping fourth day

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Kapil Dev-led CAC unlikely to be part of support staff selection: Reports

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England vs Australia Live Cricket Score Online, 2nd Ashes Test, Day 4: All eyes on Steve Smith, Jofra Archer

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Sri Lanka vs New Zealand 1st Test, Day 4 Live Cricket Score Online: BJ Watling aims for 250

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Cricket Australia defends doctor in Steve Smith’s concussion call

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God has showered me with blessings: Virat Kohli on completing 11 years in International cricket

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Can’t contact players, JKCA pulls out of Vizzy Trophy

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India tour of West Indies: On a lazy Sunday in Antigua, Indian pacers go to work

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BCCI denies rumours of security threat to Indian team in West Indies

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Ravi Shastri names India’s No. 4 batsman for ODIs in near future

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MS Dhoni completes his two-week stint with Indian Army

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Steve Smith diagnosed with delayed concussion, Australia allowed to play substitute

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NADA to start testing players during Duleep games, BCCI wants only doctors as DCOs

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Dimuth Karunaratne leads by example in Sri Lanka’s Galle win against New Zealand

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Justin Langer won’t be surprised if neck guard becomes mandatory after Steve Smith incident in second Ashes Test

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India head coach selection: Ravi Shastri set for another stint

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India's head coach Ravi Shastri is a runaway favourite to retain his post when the Kapil Dev-led Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) interviews the six short-listed candidates here today. Apart from Shastri, the other big names who will give presentations to the three-member committee include former Australia all-rounder and Sri Lanka coach Tom Moody, along with ex-New Zealand and Kings XI Punjab coach Mike Hesson. India's 2007 World T20-winning cricket manager Lalchand Rajput, former Mumbai Indians head coach Robin Singh and West Indies' Phil Simmons, who until recently was Afghanistan national team coach, are the other candidates in fray. Shastri's fine recordShastri's record since his comeback in 2017 has been very impressive, having guided the team to its maiden Test series win on Australian soil last year. In 21 Tests since July 2017, under Shastri, India won 13 of them with a victory percentage of 52.38. It's even better in T20Is with 25 wins from 36 games with a win percentage of 6..
                 

Duleep Trophy: Ishan Porel snaps three as India Green reduce Blue to 112/6

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Watch: Jofra Archer’s 148.7 kmph bouncer ends titanic tussle with Steve Smith

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Endeavour is to facilitate smooth transition and leave them in happier space, says Ravi Shastri

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Watch: An honour and privilege to be retained as India head coach, says Ravi Shastri

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In an unpredictable world, one certainty

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Mitchell Johnson becomes MCC Honourary Life Member

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Jofra Archer says all players ‘skipped a heartbeat’ as Steve Smith collapsed

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Australia survive nervy evening session as 2nd Ashes Test ends in draw

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T20 World series: Palghar gives open-jeep welcome to Vikrant Keni

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India's disabled cricket captain Vikrant Keni arrived in Palghar's Kambode village to a hero's welcome yesterday. Keni led India to a 36-run win over England in the Physical Disability T20 World Series final. Yesterday, members of Keni's local club Darya Sarang Cricket Club and his friends organised a victory parade in an open jeep from Panch Marg to Kambode. The victory parade for Vikrant Keni which began around 4:30pm took a good four hours with loud music and dancing throughout. Every now and then the procession took a pause as people came up to hug their hero. "This is a pleasant surprise by my DSCC teammates and some of the residents of my village. It's an unforgettable experience. I thank everyone for this wonderful gesture," Keni told mid-day on his arrival home, after spending almost a month away in England. "My elder brothers [Sagar and Vaibhav] were part of the procession but I was eager to meet my parents [mum Malini and dad Ravindra]. I was getting impatient for a while the..
                 

Test format suits me, feels great to get call-up for India series: Rahkeem Cornwall

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Did Hardik Pandya just buy a Lamborghini?

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India cricketer Hardik Pandya was spotted in an orange Lamborghini outside a gym in Bandra yesterday. Hardik, who plays for IPL team Mumbai Indians, was rested for the ongoing India tour of West Indies. Hardik Pandya is seen these days spending time with family and friends in Mumbai. He was at a cricket club in Bandra, on a run with brother Krunal Pandya. Hardik Pandya was given the well-deserved rest after a hectic few months of cricket. Hardik Pandya was embroiled in a controversy along-with fellow cricketer KL Rahul, when the duo took part in a TV talk show hosted by filmmaker Karan Johar. Hardik Pandya's comments on the show did not go down well with netizens and he faced huge backlash. However, after the controversy, Hardik Pandya came back stronger as a cricketer and played a crucial part with the ball and bat to take Mumbai Indians to the IPL 2019 title. Hardik Pandya, later on, also played a vital role in India's road to the World Cup semifinal. Hardik Pandya is pipped to come..
                 

Indian cricketers pay Brian Lara a visit, attend dinner party at his residence

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Cricketers set to deliberate on ‘conflict of interest’ issue

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England vs Australia Live Cricket Score Online, 2nd Ashes Test: England battle for yet another survival

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Heinrich Klaasen called up in Proteas Test squad to replace injured wicketkeeper Rudi Second for India tour

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Sri Lanka vs New Zealand 1st Test Day 5 Live Cricket Score Online

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Rusty Rahane fails to get going in Tour game

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Sri Lanka vs New Zealand: Dimuth Karunaratne leads Sri Lanka victory push in first Test

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South African Russell Domingo takes over as Bangladesh head coach

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Watch: Steve Smith revolutionises the art of leaving balls in Test cricket

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