Free Press Journal
  • Kohli’s absence won’t be a factor against Pak: Ganguly

    Kolkata : Former skipper Sourav Ganguly said India are a better team and absence of regular skipper Virat Kohli won’t be a factor when the defending champions take on arch-rivals Pakistan in a high-voltage Asia Cup clash on Wednesday.

  • Shastri should be removed as head coach: Chauhan

    Dhanbad (Jharkhand) : Former Test cricketer Chetan Chauhan Sunday held Team India head coach Ravi Shastri responsible for the 4-1 debacle India suffered in the Test series in England and said Shastri should be removed before Australia tour in November.

  • Virat Kohli: Don’t require massive correction

    “Our aim is to win series, not to win the odd Test and be happy about it. We are definitely not happy about the way the series has gone, but we played with the right attitude”.

  • English summer: Virat the batsman wins, Virat the captain loses

    New Delhi: Virat Kohli the batsman exorcised the ghosts of a horrendous 2014 series but his captaincy left a lot to be desired in the just-concluded series against England which again turned out to be a case of ”what it could have been”. Kohli is, in fact, right when he says that barring Lord’s Test, they were not totally outplayed but England played better cricket during key moments during the 1-4 loss.

  • I’ve learnt how to bowl in away series: Mohammed Shami

    London : Indian speedster Mohammed Shami says he watched videos of rival pacers Stuart Broad and James Anderson to understand how to exploit English conditions and has learnt to make an impact while bowling in away series.

  • Ravindra Jadeja is exceptional: Farbrace

    London : India’s Ravindra Jadeja is an exceptional cricketer and England are happy that he featured only in the fifth and final Test, said the home team’s assistant coach Paul Farbrace. Coming into bat at No. 8, Jadeja scored his ninth Test half-century to rescue India from 160-6 to 292 in the first innings.

  • India vs England 5th Test Day 4 at The Oval LIVE streaming: When and where to watch in India, Live Coverage on TV

    Alastair Cook and Joe Root remained unbeaten as England were on 114/2, extending their lead to 154 at stumps on Day 3 of the fifth Test at The Oval. England captain Root played beautifully which kept the scoreboard ticking. Indian bowlers Ravindra Jadeja and Mohammed Shami each took one wicket. While Jadeja dismissed Moeen Ali and Shami dismissed Keaton Jennings.

  • England hold edge over India

    Jadeja hits unbeaten 86 runs to help visitors post 292 but hosts take 154-run lead on Day 3

  • CoA may discuss England tour with coach Shastri

    New Delhi : The Committee of Administrators (CoA) in all likelihood will have a discussion with chief coach Ravi Shastri on Indian team’s below par show in England.

  • We are in-charge of the game: Jos Buttler

    London : England batsman Jos Buttler said that the hosts are in the driver’s seat in the fifth and final Test after reducing India to 174-6 at stumps on day two at the Oval here. Buttler’s 89 helped England recover from 198-7 on day one and score 332 runs in their first innings even as India struggled in bowler-friendly conditions. “Yes, I think so (we are in-charge of the game),” Buttler said

  • India vs England: pacer James Anderson fined for showing dissent at umpire’s decision

    London: England pacer James Anderson has been fined 15 per cent of his match fee for showing dissent at an umpire’s decision during the second day of the ongoing fifth Test against India here. In addition to the fine, one demerit point has been added to the disciplinary record of the fast bowler, for whom it was the first offence since the introduction of the revised Code in September 2016, the ICC said

  • Batsmen flop again as India struggle at 174-6

    London : India’s susceptibility to quality swing bowling once again came to the fore as they struggled to reach 174 for six after England’s tail wagged considerably to give the hosts an upperhand on the second day of the fifth and final Test here on Saturday.

  • Indian bowling attack one of the best I have faced: Moeen

    London : England all-rounder Moeen Ali has said that the current Indian bowling attack is one of the best he has ever faced. Ali scored 50 off 170 balls, and put on a 73-run stand with Alastair Cook on Day 1 of the fifth test.