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  • Prithvi Shaw along with Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane to boost Mumbai ahead of Vijay Hazare semi-final

    Bengaluru: A star-studded batting line-up, headlined by troika of Rohit Sharma, Ajinkya Rahane and rising sensation Prithvi Shaw, make Mumbai runaway favourites against Hyderabad in the first Vijay Hazare semi-final, here Wednesday. With the inclusion of Prithvi and Rahane, who joined the squad after completing their Test match duty in Hyderabad along with presence of Rohit and Shreyas Iyer, the Mumbai batting does have a menacing look to it. Ambati Rayudu and young pacer

  • Rohit Sharma will play for Mumbai in Vijay Hazare Trophy quarterfinal

    Mumbai: India’s limited overs vice-captain Rohit Sharma will be playing for Mumbai in the Vijay Hazare Trophy quarterfinal, an official from the cricket body said Tuesday. Mumbai who have topped Group A have made it to the quarters of the National One Day tournament. The Vinayak Samant coached team remained undefeated in the League stage and two of their matches were washed out. “Rohit will be playing in the Vijay Hazare Trophy quarter-finals,” the official told

  • I don’t have to prove anything to anyone: Ravindra Jadeja

    Dubai : Ravindra Jadeja kept count of the number of days he was out of India’s One-day squad and once in, he made it count with four wickets, and stated “I don’t have” to prove anything to anyone.

  • Shami unavailable

    Dharamsala : As Skipper Virat Kohli on Thursday opted to bat during India’s net session ahead of the fourth cricket Test against Australia, there was another confirmation awaiting too.

  • Dhoni wins hearts, Bengal wins match

    New Delhi : Mahendra Singh Dhoni enthralled one and all with some breathtaking sixes but a young Bengal side put up a spirited display to beat Jharkhand by 41 runs and enter the Vijay Hazare final here on Saturday.

  • Tamil Nadu eases into Vijay Hazare final

    New Delhi : Tamil Nadu are well on course for a record fifth Vijay Hazare Trophy after the Southern side scored a convincing six-wicket win over Baroda in the first semi-final of the domestic ODI tournament at the Feroze Shah Kotla stadium, here on Thursday.

  • Another ist: Dhoni makes fan happy, signs autograph while batting

    New Delhi : There’s always a first for everything and no wonder Mahendra Singh Dhoni will be remembered as the first among equals signing an autograph for a crazy fan while he was out there batting for Jharkhand in the Vijay Hazare Trophy quarter-final against Vidarbha.

  • Kedar vs upbeat Bengal

    New Delhi : Kedar Jadhav’s blazing blade will be the biggest cause of concern for a confident Bengal side that will take on Maharashtra in the quarter-final of the Vijay Hazare Trophy here today.

  • Karnataka beat Hyderabad, seal QF berth

    Kolkata : Karnataka rode on R Vinay Kumar’s unbeaten knock under pressure to secure a thrilling one-run win over Hyderabad and seal a quarterfinal berth in the Vijay Hazare Trophy ODI one-day cricket tournament.

  • Bengal post 14-run win over MP

    Chennai : Sudip Chatterjee’s 91-run knock and a half-century by skipper Manoj Tiwary enabled Bengal eke out a 14-run win over Madhya Pradesh in a Vijay Hazare Trophy Group C one-day match.

  • Unmukt scores 64, Delhi beat Kerala

    Bhubaneswar : Opener Unmukt Chand scored 64 in Delhi’s successful run-chase against Kerala in an inconsequential Vijay Hazare Trophy encounter, here.

  • ‘I only wish to compete with myself’

    New Delhi : It has been a painful four months for Rohit Sharma having undergone a hamstring surgery but the talented batsman is not losing his sleep over fighting out for a middle-order slot with Ajinkya Rahane and Karun Nair.

  • No game time for MSD before first ODI vs England?

    New Delhi : India’s limited overs captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is likely to play his first international match in two and half months with apparently no official game time in sight.



  • Gugale, Bawane set first class all-wicket partnership record

    Mumbai: Swapnil Gugale and Ankit Bawane today broke a 70-year-old partnership record for all wickets in the Ranji Trophy championship when they stitched a massive, unfinished stand of 594 for Maharashtra against Delhi in a Group B match at the Wankhede Stadium here.

  • Unmukt Chand’s 80 lifts Delhi into Vijay Hazare final

    Bengaluru: Delhi cruised into the final of Vijay Hazare cricket tournament as they rode on Unmukt Chand’s unbeaten 80 to register a six-wicket victory over Himachal
    Pradesh in the first semi-final here today. After Delhi captain Gautam Gambhir chose to field, his bowlers restricted Himachal to 200 for nine in 50 overs at the
    M Chinnaswamy stadium.

  • Big-hitting Yusuf eyes T20 World Cup squad berth

    New Delhi : Having honed his all-round skills, swashbuckling all-rounder Yusuf Pathan is eyeing a berth in India’s world T20 squad on account of his batting prowess and a good showing during the Ranji season and IPL.

  • Tamil Nadu outplay Mumbai

    Hyderabad : Tamil Nadu produced an all-round display to beat Mumbai by 26 runs and register their second consecutive win in the Vijay Hazare One-Day cricket tournament, on Friday. Playing in Group A, Tamil Nadu now have eight points in their coffers. The southern side had earlier defeated Assam in their opening match on Thursday. Sent into bat, Tamil Nadu piled up a huge 312 for the loss of seven wickets in 50 overs and

  • Harbhajan open to change in batting slot

    Mumbai : After smashing 64 off just 24 balls against Kings XI Punjab in IPL on Sunday, Mumbai Indians cricketer Harbhajan Singh said he is ready to bat at any position his team needs him to.

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