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  • India vs Australia: India eye improvement in series-decider against Aussies

    Hyderabad: India will be itching to bounce back from the thrashing they received in Guwahati on an edgy but resilient Australia in the series-decidingthird and final T20 International here tomorrow. India, who dominated Australia in the preceding ODIseries, won the opening T20 comfortably before getting a rudeshock in the second game. Despite the recent success India have had over Australia,Virat Kohli has maintained that the team from Down Under isalways tough to beat. And with

  • Losing Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli in 1st over became crucial: Bhuvneshwar Kumar

    Guwahati: India pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar feels that dismissal of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma off JasonBehrendorff’s very first over of the innings tilted scales in Australia’s favour. Rookie left-arm pacer Behrendorff took 4/21 in 4 overs as Australia levelled the three-match T20 series winning the second game by eight wickets.

  • We didn’t perform ‘good enough’ with the bat: Virat Kohli

    Guwahati: Indian skipper Virat Kohli admitted that his team’s performance with the bat was just not good enough during his side’s eight-wicket defeat to Australia at Guwahati’s Barsapara Cricket Stadium on Tuesday. “Not the performance we wished for. Australia were much better on the day. I don’t think we were good enough with the bat. The wicket was bit sticking to start with. It was difficult for them as well, but after

  • India vs Australia: Behrendorff shines in Australia’s series-leveling win in Guwahati

    Guwahati: Left-arm pacer Jason Behrendorff’s four-wicket burst sparked an Indian collapse and Moises Henriques and Travis Head then smoked India out to help Australia to an easy eight-wicket win in the second T20 of the three-match series Guwahati’s Barsapara Cricket Stadium on Tuesday. Chasing a target of 119, the visitors crossed the line in just 15.3 overs for the series-levelling win.

  • Indian fans troll Mitchell Johnson for taking dig at ‘fastest left-armer’ Ashish Nehra

    How often we have seen Indian cricket fans lose their cool when players or commentators of a different origin even mention an Indian player in a banter? Today was another such day as former Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson took a sly dig at Ashish Nehra amidst a fun conversation with Kiwi fast bowler and his Mumbai Indians teammate Mitchell McClenaghan and Dean Jones on Twitter.

  • India vs Australia: Is Glenn Maxwell making a mess of his career?

    Australia’s tour of India suffered another jolt as visitors lost to India by nine wickets via Duckworth-Lewis-Stern (DLS) method in the first T20I at Ranchi. Australians on this tour have found no momentum and their game has regressed very badly with each game. The mongrel and the aggression associated with the Australian side is nowhere to be seen and this team could be counted as the weakest to tour

  • India vs Australia: Injured Steve Smith out of T20Is against India

    Ranchi: Australian captain Steve Smith was today ruled out of the Twenty20 series against India due to a shoulder injury, a massive setback for the already struggling visitors. Cricket Australia confirmed that vice-captain DavidWarner will stand in as captain for the three-match series, which begins here today. Marcus Stoinis will replace Smith in the squad for the remainder of the series. Smith, on the other hand, will return home and is expected

  • India vs Australia: India aim to extend domination over Australia in T20Is

    Ranchi: A confident India will look to extend their domination, while a hapless Australia would aim for a change of fortunes in the three-match T20 series beginning here tomorrow. India dominated the limited over series against Australia with a 4-1 win to reclaim the number one ODI rankings and Virat Kohli and his men would be keen for a perfect finish to the T20I series. A reliable pool of bowlers in both

  • India vs Australia: Is Ajinkya Rahane’s omission from T20 series justified?

    Australia’s tour of India has now moved on to T20 series and the first match will be played at Ranchi on Saturday. Australia, who suffered a 4-1 loss in the ODI series would be desperate to show their improvement and would hope to compete with India on an equal footing. India, on the other hand, would be buoyed by their performance in the one-day matches and go into the T20 series as

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