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  • Ricky: Kohli currently best batsman in Smith’s absence

    Melbourne : Former Australian skipper Ricky Ponting believes India captain Virat Kohli is currently the best batsman in the world only because Steve Smith is serving a year-long ban for his role in ball tampering at a Cape Town Test.

  • CRICKET-WINDIES-BANGLADESH-1ST TEST

    West Indies vs Bangladesh 2nd Test Day 1: LIVE Score, Match Commentary, Updates

    Host West Indies are all set to take on Bangladesh in the 2nd Test at Kingston. Bangladesh knew things were going to be tough with the pace and bounce on offer, but they weren’t prepared for the margin of defeat they suffered in the first Test. The visitors were sent in on a spicy deck and fell like a deck of cards for just 43 in 18.4 overs in the face of some

  • India vs England 1st ODI: Sakshi Dhoni tries Instagram’s ‘Ask me a question’ and the result is adorable; check out

    MS Dhoni’s wife needs no introductions. She is equally loved by audience in this cricket frenzy nation. She always tries to stay away from the limelight and also rarely spotted cheering hubby in the ground. But her limited appearance didn’t stop her from making fans and her recent Question-Answer session on Instagram is a proof about how much the fans adore her.

  • West Indies vs Bangladesh 2nd Test at Kingston: FPJ’s dream XI prediction for West Indies and Bangladesh

    After a blunder in the first test, the visitor will look to amend their wrongdoings in this second match at Sabina Park. Bangladesh were humbled by host, they wrapped up their 1st inning in just 43 runs. While in response West Indies set up a massive total of 406 runs, Kraigg Brathwaite’s ton helped the host to start digging the grave for the visitors. However, in the second innings, it was believed that

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    India vs England 1st ODI at Nottingham: LIVE Score, Match Commentary, Updates

    After winning the T20I series against England, India is all set to start the ODI series against the Englishmen. The first ODI will be played today at Trent Bridge, Nottingham. Although England has the home advantage in the series, India is high on confidence due to their victory in T20I series. The series is also a fight for the top spot in ODI rankings as a 3-0 win for India will provide

  • India vs England 1st ODI at Nottingham: FPJ’s dream XI prediction for Team India and England

    After beating host England in the three-match T20I series, Team India is on a high and now eyeing another dominant performance. As the World Cup is scheduled next year in England, the ODI series will give Kohli and Co an opportunity to get drift about the conditions. The series will also enable the management to try mix-match combinations, keeping the World Cup in mind. For the Indian side, all the players are

  • ODI series to help in India’s preparation for 2019 World Cup: Rohit Sharma

    Nottingham: With the ICC 2019 World Cup slated to be held in Britain, Indian cricket team vice-captain Rohit Sharma feels the One-Day International (ODI) series against England will be a crucial one as it will help to access his side’s preparation for the mega event.

  • Sri Lanka vs South Africa 1st Test at Galle: FPJ’s dream XI prediction for Sri Lanka and South Africa

    Sri Lanka will take on South Africa in the 2-match Test series. It is Proteas’ first international assignment since AB de Villiers and Morne Morkel’s retirement. Since the exit of seniors the Lankan side is finding it hard to make an impact in the international cricket. To note, both the teams are coming off positive results in Test cricket. While Proteas beat a troubles Australia at home, Sri Lanka got a good

  • Kohli may bat at No. 4, India start as favourites

    Nottingham : On a high after an impressive Twenty20 series win, an upbeat India will eye another dominant performance against hosts England in a three-match ODI series, which can be termed as a ‘dry run’ ahead of the World Cup next year.