IPL 2019: Sunrisers Hyderabad clash with Mumbai Indians Saturday

Come tomorrow, Sunrisers will play Mumbai Indians, who are back on track after a huge win against defending champions Chennai Super Kings. 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

Game of thorns

With just a couple of ODIs left for India to arrive at a conclusion to pick the best squad for the forthcoming World Cup, the shocking defeat to Australians last night at Ranchi has added more trouble. Continue Reading

Dhoni’s presence will be important in World Cup, says Yuvraj Singh

Dhoni’s place in the side has been a subject of debate owing to his inconsistent form but many, including former captain Sunil Gavaskar, have said his tremendous grasp of match situations makes him invaluable. Continue Reading

Second one-dayer: Indian batsmen set 325-run target for New Zealand

India 324 for 4 in 50 overs (Rohit Sharma 87, Shikhar Dhawan 66; Mahendra Singh Dhoni 48 not out; Trent Boult 2/61, Lockie Ferguson 2/81) in the second one-dayer against New Zealand. Continue Reading

Melbourne: India 346/4 at tea against Australia in 3rd Test

Ajinkya Rahane and Rohit Sharma were batting on 30 and 13 respectively at the break. Cheteshwar Pujara and captain Virat Kohli were out for 106 and 82 in the post-lunch session.  Continue Reading

Pleased with the way Shikhar, Pant batted: Rohit

Shikhar Dhawan and Rishabh Pant found form at the right moment as their 130 run partnership helped India register a last-ball victory against the West Indies in the third T20I and win the series 3-0, at the MA Chidambaram stadium, here on Sunday. Continue Reading