Free Press Journal
  • New series, new tactics

    Team India focus on reverse sweep and short balls

  • Sri Lanka inspect pitch on a rest day

    Kolkata : Sri Lanka support staff along with their skipper Dinesh Chandimal came for pitch inspection despite the team getting an off-day after their warm-up game against Board President’s XI.

  • Shastri’s timely advice has helped me, says Karthik

    New Delhi : It could well be the last of his innumerable comebacks but Dinesh Karthik is not losing sleep over it as he intends to build on the recent gains in international cricket by following the timely advice of India coach Ravi Shastri.

  • First target is to win first Test: Wriddhiman Saha

    Kolkata : India’s wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha on Monday said that his team’s first target is to win the opening Test at the Eden Gardens to set the momentum for the three-match series against Sri Lanka.

  • Josh the key to battering England: Starc

    Brisbane : Mitchell Starc says pace partner Josh Hazlewood’s unerring line and length will allow his fellow bowlers to let rip at England’s batsmen in the Ashes Test series.

  • Moeen Ali ready to play first tour game

    Townsville : England’s Moeen Ali says he has overcome his side strain and is ready to play his first Australian tour match in Townsville this week.

  • I asked for the rest, says Hardik Pandya

    The 24-year-old said he will use this break to improve his fitness so that he could perform to the best of his abilities during the South Africa tour.

  • Fans divided over Hardik Pandya’s new look; check out the pics and Twitter reactions

    Hardik Pandya plays cricket in his own style and carries that off the field as well. From some crazy hairstyle to a lot of bling, Pandya is certainly on his way to becoming a style icon of the country. On Saturday, Pandya posted a couple of pics to unveil his new look. Both posts were instant hits garnering over 35K likes and over 1,365 retweets. The pictures seemed to

  • Sri Lanka’s tour of India: Can Lankan Lions break their duck against India?

    Indian cricket is currently going through a wonderful phase and had just registered commanding wins over Australia and New Zealand in the limited overs matches and will now face Sri Lanka for a full series. Not too long ago when India had toured Lanka, the hosts were comprehensively beaten (9-0; across formats) and there was a sense that SL is struggling to stay relevant and this loss of form could be a