WI pin hopes on Gayle force to beat New Zealand in ODI series

WI pin hopes on Gayle force to beat New Zealand in ODI series

WHANGAREI (New Zealand): The West Indies will hope short-form master Chris Gayle can inspire a misfiring batting line-up in the One-day International series against New Zealand starting on Wednesday. The tourists meekly surrendered with the bat as they slumped to a 2-0 Test series whitewash against the Black Caps, and...

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Dhawan, spinners lead India to series-clinching ODI win over Sri Lanka

Dhawan, spinners lead India to series-clinching ODI win over Sri Lanka

Opener Shikhar Dhawan’s bursting century and a conclusive spell by their wrist spinners fueled India to an arrangement securing eight-wicket prevail upon Sri Lanka in the third one-day worldwide on Sunday. Pursuing 216 for triumph, India rode on a 135-run organization between Dhawan (100 not out) and Shreyas Iyer (65)...

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Disappointment of stalwarts leaves England on a knife-edge

Disappointment of stalwarts leaves England on a knife-edge

PERTH: The torrid type of England’s senior players hinted at no closure on Sunday, as paceman Stuart Broad went wicketless and opener Alastair Cook’s 150th Test was spoilt by another modest rejection on day four of the third Ashes Test. As of now 2-0 down in the arrangement, England completed...

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Sharma has right stuff for constrained-overs game

Sharma has right stuff for constrained-overs game

MUMBAI: Rohit Sharma has been not able bond his place in India’s Test side yet the right-gave batsman keeps on demonstrating he has the correct stuff for constrained overs designs. In the wake of making his introduction in the shorter type of the diversion in 2007, Sharma was hailed as...

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Rahane fails again as India build on lead

Rahane fails again as India build on lead

DELHI: Ajinkya Rahane has missed another opportunity to spend time at the wicket as he fell cheaply on Day four as India swelled their lead before lunch. Rahane has had a poor run in this series, scoring only 17 runs in five innings. This series was supposed to be the preparation...

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Shinwari’s bags five-for, destroys Sri Lanka’s top order

Shinwari’s bags five-for, destroys Sri Lanka’s top order

Pakistan on Monday were asked to bowl first in the fifth ODI after Sri Lanka won the toss and opted to bat first in Sharjah. Sri Lanka are looking into the eyes of a third consecutive whitewash, while Pakistan are ready to consolidate their position further in the ODIs after...

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Sri Lanka bat, Samarawickrama and Usman Khan debut

Sri Lanka bat, Samarawickrama and Usman Khan debut

Sri Lanka have won the toss and chosen to bat first in the fourth ODI against Pakistan in Sharjah. With the series already gone, Sri Lanka have made three changes in a bid to end their ODI losing streak. Sadeera Samarawickramamakes his ODI debut, replacing Chamara Kapugedera, while Seekkuge Prasanna replaces...

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Pakistan Bids Farewell to Cricketing Giants Misbah and Younis

Pakistan Bids Farewell to Cricketing Giants Misbah and Younis

It was Yasir Shah’s last ball of the over that finally rattled through Gabriel’s defense as the Pakistani camp erupted in joy. With six balls to spare, and an unbeaten Roston Chase, Pakistan had finally sealed victory. It took the Green shirts good fifty eight long years to bag a...

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