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  • 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.

  • Pride at stake, Kohli & Co eye consolation win

    London : Battered after yet another deflating series defeat, the Indian cricket team will be aiming to pick up pieces while spoiling Alastair Cook’s farewell party in the fifth and final Test against England starting Friday. With England taking an unassailable 3-1 lead in the five-Test series, the final match at the Oval is only of academic importance but Virat Kohli will want to finish on a definite high.

  • T R Ramachandran, Rahul Gandhi, domestic agenda, Congress, Germany, England

    Should Rahul’s visits abroad have a domestic agenda

    There is discernible desperation in Congress president Rahul Gandhi focussing on the domestic agenda during his forays abroad, particularly in Germany and England recently, whipping up a storm at home. The agenda for these visits is painstakingly prepared to catch the attention of the Indian diaspora and others as well as whipping up a frenzy at home.

  • Kohli retains top spot in ICC Test rankings 

    The Indian captain, who has scored 544 runs in his eight innings this series, is 11th in the list of best ever in terms of rating points, just one adrift of a group of four – Gary Sobers, Clyde Walcott, Vivian Richards and Kumar Sangakkara.

  • Series shows Test cricket is alive and kicking: Root

    “Credit to India – they’ve played some really fine cricket throughout, not just this game but the whole series. It must have been great viewing for people at home to see the way that especially the first game and this one, how tight they’ve been, how it swung both ways”

  • India vs England: Alastair Cook to retire after 5th Test

    Dubai: England’s Test opener and leading run-scorer Alastair Cook on Monday announced that he will retire from international cricket after the fifth Test against India. “After much thought and deliberation over the last few months I have decided to announce my retirement from international cricket at the end of this Test series against India,” Cook was quoted as saying by the International Cricket Council (ICC). “Although it is a sad day, I can do

  • India vs England 4th Test Day 2 at Southampton LIVE streaming: When and where to watch in India, Live Coverage on TV

    On the first day England made 246 and it is India’s chance to lead over on Day 2. Sam Curran made 78 runs and it has brought the match almost on level terms. Virat Kohli and it’s batman would need to deliver with the bat once again, especially Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul who are the opening pair, who remained unbeaten in the final session of the first day. England would hope that their bowlers can get quick wickets.

  • You can’t take 5-6 wickets every session, says Jasprit Bumrah

    Southampton: Wrecker-in-chief Jasprit Bumrah doesn’t believe India squandered a good position after all-rounder Sam Curran lifted England to 246 following a top-order collapse on the opening day of the fourth Test here.

  • India A tour to England helped me prepare for Test debut: Pant 

    Nottingham : Young wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant has credited India ‘A’ stint in England this summer for his impressive showing on Test debut, saying it helped him to cope with pace and bounce at Trent Bridge.

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    Anushka Sharma, Radhika Rahane, Prithi Ashwin: Watch how wives of Indian cricketers applaud hubbies

    On Wednesday, Indian captain Virat Kohli and his brigade beaten England by 203 runs in Trent Bridge test match. Interestingly, after winning the match, Virat Kohli and team dedicated this victory to the victims of Kerala floods. But do you know, Anushka Sharma got so impressed with team India’s gesture as she gave standing ovation to Indian cricket team for their philanthropic

  • India vs England 3rd Test day 4 at Trent Bridge LIVE streaming: When and where to watch in India, Live Coverage on TV

    India dominated day 3 of the third Test and Virat Kohli scored his 23rd Test hundred. Virat made 103 runs as India scored a total of 521 runs for England to win. Only five wickets fell on the third day as compared to 16 wickets on day 2, Cheteshwar Pujara scored 72 runs while Hardik Pandya scored his fourth Test fifty towards the end of the day. At the end of the 3rd day Alastair