World Cup squad: Pant misses out, Vijay Shankar to fit into No. 4 slot

The selection of Dinesh Karthik, however, has now come as a surprise as the selectors have gone in for experience behind the stumps. Dinesh Karthik will now be playing in his second World Cup, 12 years after featuring in the 2007 edition. Continue Reading

Vijay Shankar, Dinesh Karthik included in India World Cup squad

Call it a surprise: Tamilnadu’s Dinesh Karthik and Vijay Shankar have been included in the 15-member squad for the World Cup to be played in England this June. Continue Reading

IPL 2019: Rahul’s poor form must worry Ashwin

There will a mouth-watering contest between bat and ball when mighty Mumbai Indians will take on mercurial Kings XI Punjab tomorrow at Mohali. With a win against Royal Challengers Bangalore last night, Mumbai is back to winning ways after losing their opener against Delhi Capitals. With a strong show thanks to their batters and wonderful death bowling by Malinga and Bumrah, the momentum is obviously with Rohit & boys. Continue Reading

Confusion continues

With just a few months to go for ICC Cricket World Cup, the recent ODI series loss to Australia has put Team India in a shambles. The 2019 World Cup begins with the first match 30 May. Continue Reading

Cheteshwar Pujara jumps to third position in ICC batsmen rankings

Wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant has jumped 21 places to be 17th, the joint-highest by a specialist India wicket-keeper along with Farookh Engineer, who did so in January 1973. Continue Reading

Sydney: Injured Ashwin in, Ishant out of fourth Australian Test

While they need at least a draw in Sydney to win the series outright, India will still retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy irrespective of the result and Kohli will join Ganguly as the only Indian captain achieving this feat in Australia. Continue Reading

Perth Test: India make poor start as Australia set 287 for win

India were then reduced to 15-2 at tea with Murali Vijay (6 not out) and Virat Kohli (0 not out) at the crease. K L Rahul (0) played another indecisive stroke and was bowled off Mitchell Starc (1-6) on the fourth ball of the second innings. Continue Reading