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  • Indian pace attack has enough firepower: Darren Gough

    Birmingham : Former England pacer Darren Gough feels India have enough firepower in their pace attack to cover for the absence of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah in the first Test beginning here on Wednesday.

  • Bhuvi fitness issue puts BCCI support staff under scanner

    New Delhi : Aggravation of Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s back injury during the third ODI against England has raised questions on the role of Indian team physio Patrick Farhart and trainer Shankar Basu in handling of the situation.

  • England vs India: Indian bowlers are not playing in ‘Spirit of the Game’, says David Willey

    Showing resentment over the style of bowling of Indian bowlers, England all-rounder David Willey has said that Indian bowlers are not following the ‘Spirit of the Game’. He alleged that the act of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Kuldeep Yadav of not completing their deliveries after running is not fair and is not in the ‘Spirit of the Game’.

  • India aim for winning start to English summer

    Dublin : It’s the dress rehearsal before the the actual test but India would do well not to let the guard down when they take on a lowly but effervescent Ireland in a two-match T20 series, starting on Wednesday.

  • Current pace attack is most complete India has ever had: Tendulkar

    New Delhi : The legendary Sachin Tendulkar feels India has headed to the gruelling tour of England with “the most complete fast-bowling attack in many many years”, a “luxury” that was not there during his 24 years in international cricket.

  • In-form Anderson can make it hard for Kohli: McGrath

    Chennai : Virat Kohli is a far more experienced player than what he was during his nightmarish tour of England in 2014 but Aussie great Glenn McGrath cautioned that an in-form Jimmy Anderson could make things tougher for the Indian captain this time too.

  • Calm Dhoni says it’s more about ‘dressing room atmosphere’

    Mumbai May 23 (PTI) Mahendra Singh Dhoni was soaking in everything with his usual calm demeanour before attributing Chennai Super Kings seventh IPL final appearance to “dressing room atmosphere”, a far cry from the awe that was best summed up by a popular teammate’s groovy tribute.Coming back after a two-year ban, two-time champions CSK last night pulled off a thrilling two-wicket win over Sunrisers Hyderabad to make the final of the cash-rich

  • IPL 2018: 5 things we learned from Sunrisers Hyderabad’s rout of Delhi Daredevils

    Yes! Yes! Orange Army i.e. Sunrisers Hyderabad became the first team in IPL 2018 to reach playoffs as they defeated a dejected Delhi Daredevils by nine wickets. The match went according to the script as Delhi fought hard but still fell short amid superlative performances by Shikhar Dhawan and Kane Williamson. With the loss, Delhi are officially out of this year’s IPL and now can only play for pride.


    ‘You will do well if you have strong characters’

    “If you have strong characters, you will always do well. SRH had a few guys who did well under pressure, that’s been the story of their season. They understand strengths, know their limitations. That’s why they’ve been successful,” said Kohli

  • IPL 2018: Sunrisers Hyderabad have performed well even without Bhuvneshwar Kumar, says Irfan Pathan

    Mumbai: Former India pacer Irfan Pathan has heaped praise on the bowling attack of Sunrisers Hyderabad saying they have performed well even without their pace spearhead Bhuvaneshwar Kumar. “Sunrisers Hyderabad…the way they have performed without Bhuvaneshwar, who is a big bowler…According to me, in the Indian team, if anyone is at par with (Jasprit) Bumrah in ODI cricket, it is Bhuvaneshwar Kumar,” Pathan said when asked which is the strongest attack in

  • Sunrisers Hyderabad seek to bounce back in clash against CSK

    Hyderabad : Their unbeaten run in the tournament snapped by the ‘Gayle Storm’, Sunrisers Hyderabad would look to bounce back when they take on Chennai Super Kings in an Indian Premier League (IPL) match here today.

  • Bhuvi credits experience, better fitness for improvement

    Mumbai : Bhuvneshwar Kumar has become a vital cog in the wheel for whichever team he plays, and the India and Sunrisers Hyderabad pacer says experience and superior fitness have made him an improved bowler.

  • Opening innings is big plus for me: Saha

    Chandigarh : Test specialist Wriddhiman Saha reckons that opening the batting for the Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League (IPL) has been a big positive for him.

  • SRH need to sort out details, says Bhuvi

     New Delhi : Ahead of the 11th edition of Indian Premier League (IPL), Sunrisers Hyderabad’s (SRH) experienced seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar reckons that to lay their hands on the silverware, the team needs to look out for the “little things” which can make them champions.

  • IPL 2018: Meet the Top 10 wicket takers in the Indian Premier League

    Indian Premier League (IPL) will begin in less than a week’s time and the excitement is palpable. IPL and T20 cricket is known for batsman ruling the proceedings, but poor bowlers also play an integral role in this fast-paced format. Many successful IPL teams have very good bowling attacks and this season will be no different.

  • IPL 2018: FPJ’s Dream XI of this year’s Indian Premier League

    Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018 is back with a bang and fans are eagerly waiting for this year’s event. Have you ever wondered who could be in the ‘Dream XI’ of IPL? IPL is a brand which boasts of the star and marquee players and all the best players in the world compete in this league. So, for fantasy purpose let’s make a fabulous XI of the cricketainment