New Zealand thrash India inside three days, win series 2-0

A star-studded Indian team was given a reality check by a disciplined New Zealand side that completed a memorable series sweep with a seven-wicket win inside three days in the second Test early today.
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Prithvi Shaw makes Test comeback, Agarwal replaces Rohit for ODI series

Opener Prithvi Shaw on Tuesday made a comeback into the Indian Test team for the two-match series against New Zealand while Mayank Agarwal replaced injured Rohit Sharma in the ODI squad for the series beginning here on Wednesday. Continue Reading

Injury-hit India and New Zealand look for context in ODI battle

Injuries to key players has opened the door for exciting youngsters such as Prithvi Shaw to make an impression in the Indian line-up against a low-on-confidence and depleted New Zealand in the three-match ODI series starting here on Wednesday. Continue Reading

Calf injury rules Rohit out of NZ tour, Agarwal likely for ODIs, Rahul, Gill for Tests

In a blow to India, limited-overs vice-captain Rohit Sharma was on Monday ruled out of the upcoming ODI and Test series against New Zealand after sustaining a calf injury during the fifth T20 International in Mount Maunganui. Continue Reading

Rampaging India eyes series wrap against South Africa

After an emphatic victory in the first Test and also securing three wins on the trot in the ICC Test Championship, improving on near perfection would be India’s aim as they take on South Africa in the second Test that is set to begin at Pune tomorrow. Continue Reading

India declare first innings at 502 for seven against South Africa

India declared their first innings at 502 for seven on the second day of the series-opener against South Africa, here today. Continue Reading

India eyes series win against Windies

After defeating West Indies in the first Test at Antigua comprehensively by a staggering 318 runs to get full 60 points on the ICC Test Championship points table, Kohli and his men will be vying to end the tour with a complete sweep when the two teams meet at Jamaica for the second and final Test match of the series tomorrow.  Continue Reading