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  • England vs Australia 4th ODI: LIVE Score, Match Commentary, Updates

    After destroying Australia in the 3rd ODI and winning the series already, England will face Australia in the 4th ODI eyeing to take one step closer to white-wash the visitors. The home has been in the best form in the series. England struck a record 481/6 in 50 overs against Australia in the third match at Trent Bridge and eventually won it by 242 runs. Australia will come out to play for

  • ICC World Test Championship: India to play West Indies in the opener

    Dubai: India will travel to the West Indies for their opening series in the inaugural World Test Championship (WTC), the ICC announced today as it released the Future Tours Program for the 2018-2023 cycle. India will play a two-Test series in the Caribbean as part of the WTC, the ICC said in a statement.

  • England vs Australia 3rd ODI: ‘My hardest day in cricket’, says Tim Paine after record breaking defeat

    London: Australian skipper Tim Paine has admitted that he was left despondent after his side slumped to a shocking 242-run defeat at the hands of England in the third ODI to go down 0-3 in the five-match series at the Trent Bridge. Electing to bat first, England put on the gigantic total of 481 on the board, thus surpassing their own record of the highest-ever total in one-day

  • Sam Curran, Craig Overton to play in England team for remaining ODIs against Australia

    London: Surrey’s Sam Curran and Somerset’s Craig Overton have been added to the 13-man England squad for the final two ODIs of the ongoing five-match series against Australia. Both players will now travel to Chester-le-Street and will be available for selection for the fourth ODI at Emirates Riverside on Thursday and the final match of the series at Emirates Old Trafford on Sunday, providing additional fast-bowling options.

  • England vs Australia record-breaking 3rd ODI! 11 amazing stats every cricket lover must know

    The third ODI between England and Australia at Trent Bridge, Nottingham was a historical match. England put up a massive batting effort in the first innings to score highest number of runs ever made by a team in an ODI match. While scoring 481/6 in 50 overs, England broke their own previous record of 444/3 which they made against Pakistan in 2006 at the same venue. The match was not just about

  • England post 481 for six to register new ODI record

    Nottingham : England set a new record for the highest total ever scored in a men’s one-day international when they went past 444 against Australia at Trent Bridge on Tuesday.

  • BCCI to conduct fitness test before selection to avoid late withdrawals

    New Delhi : The BCCI has decided to conduct fitness tests of players before they are picked in the national team to avoid embarrassing late withdrawals like the ones by Mohammad Shami and Ambati Rayudu from the Test and ODI sides after failing the ‘Yo-Yo’ test.

  • Rohit Sharma likely to take YoYo test tomorrow, Rahane kept on stand by

    New Delhi: The drama surrounding Indian limited overs vice-captain Rohit Sharma’s YoYo test continued as he is now set to appear for the fitness test tomorrow at the NCA in Bengaluru. It is learnt that Test team vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane has been kept on stand by as of now in case Rohit fails to clear the 16.1 qualifying mark.

  • England vs Australia 3rd ODI: LIVE Score, Match Commentary, Updates

    Strong English team is facing Australia in 3nd ODI at Nottingham. England is leading the 5-match ODI series 2-0 and this match is important, a win in this game means England will win the series comfortably. For England, Eoin Morgan will return to the side after recovering from a back spasm. With a 2-0 lead in the series, England will go for the kill and emphasize their status as the World no