Posts Tagged "ODI cricket"

Australia’s ODI batting line-up and selection strategy is in need of an overhaul after yet another loss on foreign soil yesterday left them 2-0 down in their five-match series in India.

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Australian captain Steve Smith was looking forward to his milestone of 100 ODIs overnight, but the second loss to India killed any celebrations.

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Match result: India have taken a 2-0 lead in the five-match One-day series against Australia after a remarkable hat-trick to spin bowler Kuldeep Yadav.

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India’s rookie wrist spinners derailed Australia yesterday as the visitors tried to chase down 164 from 21 overs in a rain-shortened match in Chennai.

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Australia might have the Ashes on the mind, but they will make a pit-stop on the way home from Bangladesh with a long limited overs tour of India on the cards.

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Australia will start their five-match ODI series in India on Sunday with a vastly weakened attack, missing their two best bowlers as well as their second-highest wicket taker from last year.

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The 2019 World Cup is still two years away and before that, as per the Indian captain Virat Kohli, the team is keen to keep each and every option open.

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India have just completed an expected series win against a ninth-ranked West Indies away from home.

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The negotiations between Cricket Australia and the Australian Cricketers Association continued over the last week in the same farcical way that they started.

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No sooner had the recently concluded ICC Champions Trophy provided a fine denouement of the underdogs giving the overwhelming favourites a very bloody nose, than the very existence of the event was called into question.

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In the era where scores above 300 have become a norm, bowlers are increasingly under siege. Technological advances in thicker and lighter bats, along with smaller boundaries, have meant that the advantage has been significantly turned in the batsmen’s favour.

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India tour the West Indies right after the Champions Trophy finals in England for a five ODI and one T20 series.

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Vikram Sathaye, a terrific cricket humorist and author of the book How Sachin destroyed my life is an excellent mimic.

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Obvious allegiances aside, I have a bit of sympathy for Australia.

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At the Champions Trophy, a new trend in ODI cricket appears to be emerging. Bowling first has been a way towards securing victory.

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At Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, on Wednesday, Pakistan will play England in the Champions Trophy semi-final.

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Usman Khawaja and Peter Handscomb must tour India in October, Australia have missed James Faulkner, and Travis Head is becoming an invaluable asset – these are among the things we learned from the Champions Trophy.

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At the beginning of the Champions Trophy in England and Wales both South Africa and India were the odds-on favourites from group B.

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It’s a critical clash for Australia, as they clash with old enemy England to secure their spot in the ICC Champions Trophy Semi-Final. The One-Day International will start at 7:30pm (AEST) on Saturday 10 June.

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With the 2017 Champions Trophy a week old, the tournament has already provided great insight into the teams playing and what can be expected for the rest of the competition.

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