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Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli chase down 323 with ridiculous ease
Shimron Hetmyer scored a brilliant 106, but too many batsmen threw away their wickets, leaving West Indies about 40 runs short of a testing total on a flat pitch

'We are a perfect team, and that is why we have won' - Iyer
Mumbai captain lauded his team's consistency throughout the tournament and credited their relationship on and off the field as the main reason for success

India name Women's World T20 squad for A-team series against Australia
A lack of practice games for India ahead of the World T20, which starts on November 9, is the reason why a full-strength squad has been named for an A team series

Virat Kohli backs Ambati Rayudu for the No. 4 spot
The India captain says that giving Rayudu enough game-time between now and the World Cup will sort the No. 4 conundrum

Mismatch on the cards as fragile West Indies take on Kohli's India
Rishabh Pant is set to make his ODI debut as a full-time batsman after being named alongside MS Dhoni in the XII

Former India seamer Praveen Kumar retires
The 32-year old played 84 internationals for India between 2007 and 2012, taking 112 wickets across formats

RCB sell de Kock to Mumbai in IPL 2019's first trade
The player auction for the 2019 season is likely to take place on December 16 in Goa

Rahane, Ashwin and Karthik to play Deodhar Trophy
Prithvi Shaw, Shreyas Iyer, Karun Nair, Hanuma Vihari, Washington Sundar and Mayank Markande will also be in action during the List A tournament

Negi and Saini the heroes as Delhi win thriller
The two players put on a 51-run partnership for the ninth wicket to book a spot in the final against Mumbai on Saturday

India women's WT20 camp suffers because of MCA-BCCI tussle
CoA member Diana Edulji is "very upset" because she believes the men's team would not have been treated the same way

Umesh Yadav to replace Shardul Thakur for first two West Indies ODIs
The right-arm medium pacer had suffered what has now been confirmed as a right abductor tendon injury on Test debut

BCCI stance on India-Pakistan matches is 'hypocrisy' - PCB chairman Ehsan Mani
In an exclusive interview with ESPNcricinfo, the newly elected PCB chairman spoke about the need to revive bilateral cricketing ties between India and Pakistan

BCCI CEO goes on leave to prepare explanation for anonymous harassment allegation
Rahul Johri was given seven days by the CoA to form an explanation for the anonymous allegation made on Twitter

Hungry Hanuma Vihari waits to script next chapter in his story
From watching India play at Lord's from the stands, to walking out to bat at The Oval, Vihari's journey is still a work in progress

Rahul Johri not to attend ICC meeting - sources
The decision is believed to have been taken after #MeToo allegations against the BCCI's CEO

Shaw, Umesh get Kohli's vote of confidence ahead of Australia tour
Prithvi Shaw's fluid attacking style and Umesh Yadav's fitness are attributes that India will find useful down under, says India captain

Umesh Yadav leads another rout of West Indies in India
Another West Indies Test in India, another three-day finish, giving India their 10th straight home series win

No Dhoni for Jharkhand in Vijay Hazare knockouts
India's chief selector MSK Prasad had earlier stated that Dhoni would appear for Jharkhand in the quarter-finals, much like Rohit Sharma for Mumbai

BCCI chief executive asked to explain anonymous harassment allegation
The CoA has asked Johri to submit an explanation in relation to the allegations within a week

Pant, Rahane shore India up from precarious position
For the first time in the series, West Indies managed to put India under pressure, but Ajinkya Rahane and Prithvi Shaw bailed them out of a spot of bother, not without the help of lacklustre fielding

Umesh Yadav also upset with quality of SG ball
The fast bowler joined R Ashwin and Virat Kohli in complaining that it goes too soft too early

Fourth India-West Indies ODI moved from Wankhede to Brabourne
Vinod Rai says the MCA was keen to host the match, but administrative issues forced the move

Shardul Thakur suffers groin strain on Test debut
The 26-year old bowled only 10 balls on the morning of his Test debut and will not take the field for the rest of the day

Chase, Holder resist to give West Indies respectability
For the first time in two tours of India, West Indies finally made India take the second new ball

Rishabh Pant picked for first two ODIs, Virat Kohli back as captain
Virat Kohli has returned to lead the side, while fast bowlers Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah have been rested

Virat Kohli criticises quality of SG ball, and prefers the Dukes for Test cricket
The India captain said the SG ball was getting scuffed up and going soft too early

Can Holder and Roach's return lift flat West Indies?
West Indies have an enormous task ahead against Test cricket's No. 1 team, but they also have examples of resilience from their recent past to draw from

Harsh Tyagi bags six-for as India Under-19s clinch sixth Asia Cup title
Yashasvi Jaiswal, the tournament's highest run-getter, was one of four half-centurions in India's total of 304 for 3

Kuldeep Yadav craves red-ball success
The left-arm wristspinner, who became the seventh bowler to pick up a five-wicket haul in all three formats, says Test cricket is "very close to my heart"

Kraigg Brathwaite wants West Indies batsmen to trust their defence
R Ashwin said he was "surprised" by the visitors' high-risk shots against the spinners

Kohli wants more water breaks in extreme heat
The umpires cracked down on unscheduled drinks breaks in Rajkot, where temperatures touched 40 degrees celsius

Karn Veer Kaushal hits first Vijay Hazare double-century
Uttarakhand opener made 202 against Sikkim, eclipsing the 187 Ajinkya Rahane had made in 2007-08

West Indies succumb to heaviest defeat against India
West Indies lost 14 wickets on the third day in Rajkot to lose by an innings and 272 runs

BCCI to contest the decision to bring it under RTI
CoA chief says BCCI being totally transparent in everything and there's nothing one would want to know about it that's not there on its website

'This boy will end up playing for India' - What Tendulkar thought of a young Shaw
Also, what advice did Sachin Tendulkar give a young Prithvi Shaw when he asked him about the technical quirks of his batting?

Ravindra Jadeja's all-round entertainment highlights India's dominance
Kohli brought up yet another hundred, Pant dominated a beaten and bruised attack, and Jadeja walloped a maiden Test ton before West Indies' top order crumbled in the heat of Rajkot

'I wanted to dominate as much as I could' - Prithvi Shaw
The 18-year-old opener, who became youngest India player to make a century on Test debut, dedicated his 154-ball 134 to his father

BCCI, PCB brace for 'landmark' dispute panel judgment
Officials expect the three-member panel, which finished proceedings on Wednesday, to deliver a verdict with an impact that goes beyond cricket

Should have kept batting after the hundred - Prithvi Shaw
India's youngest debut Test centurion dedicated the innings to his father

Dropped M Vijay adds voice to communication issue with India selectors
The axed India opener said the selectors had not spoken to him after he was dropped from the Test squad, but MSK Prasad refutes the claim

Prithvi Shaw's punchy debut hundred headlines India's dominance
Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli backed him up with fifties against a depleted West Indies attack that struggled for consistency

Second India-West Indies ODI moved to Visakhapatnam, Ganguly says 'no compromise'
The complimentary-tickets issue remains a worry for the BCCI, however, with Sourav Ganguly, the CAB president, saying he would not compromise even if the first T20I were to be shifted away from Eden Gardens

Kohli wants solidity in top order; distances himself from Nair controversy
With India set to field a new-look opening pair in Rajkot, Kohli said that apart from the top order, everything in the Test side 'looks settled'

West Indies' batting in the spotlight as Prithvi Shaw debuts
Brathwaite, Hope and Chase form a settled core and Hetmyer and Ambris are full of promise. How far can they stretch India's bowling attack?

Harbhajan Singh slams India's decision to axe Karun Nair
Offspinner also questions process behind picking Nair for the England tour if the team management didn't have confidence in him

Administrators must embrace day-night Tests even if players resist, says Manjrekar
The former India batsman said at the Dilip Sardesai memorial lecture that the only way to preserve Test cricket was to serve it to viewers at their convenience

BCCI covered under India's Right to Information Act, rules top appellate body
The Indian board is answerable to the people of the country under its mechanism, the Central Information Commission ruled on Monday

'Keep piling on runs in Ranji Trophy and A series,' chief selector tells Nair
MSK Prasad clarified that he had personally spoken to Nair after dropping him from the Test squad, and that he was "in the scheme of things for Test cricket"

Second India-West Indies ODI could be shifted away from Indore
This is the potential outcome of a tussle over complimentary-ticket allocation between the BCCI and the Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association (MPCA)

Sunil Ambris makes case for first Test against India with unbeaten 114
Kraigg Brathwaite and Shane Dowrich scored fifties, helping the visitors take the first-innings honours before the match ended in a draw

BCCI-PCB go head to head in legal battle
The dispute is over an agreement signed in April 2014 to play bilateral games - an agreement that has not been honoured and shows no signs of being so

No communication with management in England, says Karun Nair
Neither the team management nor the selectors have told the India batsman why he was sidelined for all five Tests in England, Nair said

Rohit, Kuldeep move up ODI rankings; Rashid becomes No. 1 allrounder
Rashid Khan overtook Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan to become the first top-ranked allrounder from Afghanistan

Hapless Karun Nair caught in selection crossfire
Nair is not the first batsman to have gone through selection mismanagement in recent times, but his handling by the team management, in particular, has been baffling

Dhawan left out of India's squad for West Indies Tests
Meanwhile, Mayank Agarwal, a prolific run-scorer in domestic cricket, has received his maiden call-up in international cricket

Bawne makes 116*, Agarwal 90 as West Indies toil hard on first day of India tour
West Indies used seven bowlers, of whom four went wicketless as Ankit Bawne smashed his third hundred in four innings after Mayank Agarwal's brisk 90

Rohit stresses on 'assurance, consistency' with middle-order aspirants
The stand-in captain told the players before the Asia Cup to perform as if they were playing domestic cricket. He said it was "to ensure there's no insecurity within"

Teenaged Vastrakar pips experienced Pandey in India's World T20 squad
India have also opted to head into the tournament without a back-up wicketkeeper for the 20-year-old Taniya Bhatia

Heroic Kedar Jadhav wins India title in last-ball thriller
India looked like they would win easily after they restricted Bangladesh to 222, but Mashrafe Mortaza and his boys made the Asia Cup final go down to the very last ball

Can spirited Bangladesh overcome full-strength India?
How Bangladesh's shaky top order fares against an in-form India attack, and how India fare should their in-form openers fail are questions that could define the final

BCCI to assist CSA in running new T20 league
The board also divulged details around team composition and the competition format, as well as the bidding process, which will decide the six venues

Team management explained what they expect of me - Rahul
He also admitted to being "frustrated at times" due to scant ODI opportunities that have come his way recently

Harmanpreet, Rodrigues, spinners make it 4-0 for India
The India captain shared a 75-run third-wicket stand with Rodrigues to shore up the side, before Deepti, Poonam and Radha ripped through the opposition batting

Rashid Khan, Mohammad Shahzad star in epic tie
Ravindra Jadeja just could not get India across the line after shepherding the tail in a tense finish

India set out for answers against much-improved Afghanistan
A lot has changed since the last (mis)match between the two sides, but India will be relieved at having made the final, and can worry about more pressing issues ahead of the World Cup

Patil, Rodrigues seal series for India
Anuja Patil took three wickets to restrict Sri Lanka to 134 in a match shortened 17-overs-a-side, and followed it up with her maiden T20I fifty and an unbroken century stand with Rodrigues

PCB chairman committed to talks with BCCI ahead of ICC tribunal
Ehsan Mani, who had meetings in with top BCCI officials on the sidelines of the Asian Cricket Council meeting last Thursday, said he is hopeful of finding common ground

Dhawan, Rohit, Bumrah consign Pakistan to nine-wicket defeat
India's clinical bowling performance restricted Pakistan to 237 for 7 before their openers took them home

Damp squib or a blockbuster? India-Pakistan rivalry eyes quality revival
After the drubbing India handed them three nights ago, can Pakistan counter India's spin attack to avert yet another one-sided contest?

Dravid calls for reciprocity between boards to provide quality warm-ups
"You have to work with other boards because nobody wants to see one-sided overseas results; you want to see close, exciting Test matches," Dravid said

Jemimah Rodrigues' breezy 57 gives India unassailable 2-0 lead
The 18-year-old gave India's chase impetus after Arundhati Reddy had led a disciplined bowling effort to restrict Sri Lanka to 131 for 8

Karun Nair to lead Board President's XI against West Indies
The 13-man squad also includes Mayank Agarwal, Prithvi Shaw, Hanuma Vihari, Shreyas Iyer, Saurabh Kumar, Ishan Porel, and others

Jadeja and Rohit dismantle Bangladesh
In his first ODI since July 2017, the left-arm spinner shook off the rust and set up India's thumping win with figures of 4 for 29. And then the captain scored a fifty to seal the chase

Second T20I washed out after India's early blows
Sent in to bat, Sri Lanka were 49 for 3 in 7.5 overs when the skies opened up

BCCI revokes eligibility 'allowance' to Puducherry
Facing protests from other state associations, the BCCI has revoked the special allowance granted to Puducherry concerning outstation players

Can Bangladesh cope with the pressure of back-to-back games?
They will have to contend with travelling to Dubai after playing in Abu Dhabi the previous evening, while India will be upbeat after their resounding win against Pakistan

Shahbaz Nadeem bags 8 for 10 to break all-time List-A record
The left-arm spinner credited his success against Rajasthan to the time spent with the India ODI team in UAE as a practice bowler

Hardik, Axar, Shardul all out of Asia Cup with injury
Ravindra Jadeja, Deepak Chahar and Siddarth Kaul come into the India squad as replacements

Mashrafe joins Sarfraz in slamming Asia Cup scheduling
Confusion reigns due to the BCCI's gaffes in the tournament handbook

Pandya "able to stand" after being stretchered off with back injury
The allrounder, who missed only one match across formats on India's recent tour of England, was taken off after collapsing midway through his spell against Pakistan on Wednesday

Poonam Yadav's four-wicket haul takes India women to victory
The legspinner picked up 4 for 26 as India women bowled Sri Lanka women out for 155 to clinch the first T20I by 13 runs

Bhuvneshwar, Jadhav's three-wicket hauls set up easy win for India
Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Kedar Jadhav helped India bundle Pakistan out for 162 before their batsmen made light work of the chase

All roads lead to Dubai as cricket's most colourful rivalry resumes
India might hold the edge on paper but they have the scars of their last encounter against Pakistan, and the absence of their best batsman, weighing against them

Khaleel helps India overcome big Hong Kong scare
Nizakat Khan and Anshuman Rath put up 174 for the opening stand in a chase of 286 but India's bowlers pulled things back after Shikhar Dhawan's 127 had set things up

'Nobody likes to be dropped and brought back' - Rohit
While India are still looking to nail down middle-order spots, the captain indicated he wouldn't chop and change too much during the course of the Asia Cup

Could Hong Kong upset a potentially second-string India?
Given the extreme heat of Dubai and their meeting with Pakistan on Wednesday, India could rest a few big names, giving Hong Kong a slightly bigger chance of pulling off something spectacular

Chamari Atapattu trumps Mithali Raj as Sri Lanka win last-over thriller
They broke a sequence of ten successive ODI losses against India, winning with one ball to spare in a high-scoring game

India hire Sri Lankan throwdown specialist to counter left-arm threat
Nuwan Seneviratne will help India deal with several left-arm quicks they will come up against in the Asia Cup

Have asked for warm-up games before the Australia Tests - Ravi Shastri
'Ideally we would want two three- or four-day games before a Test series,' India's head coach has told ESPNcricinfo. 'But do you have the time?'

Taniya Bhatia shines with bat and gloves to hand India series
The wicketkeeper-batsman made her maiden international fifty and followed it up with two vital catches and a stumping to deny Sri Lanka in a tight, low-scoring match

Rahane to captain Mumbai in Vijay Hazare Trophy
The Mumbai selection committee, led by Ajit Agarkar, named Shreyas Iyer, as Ajinkya Rahane's deputy. Batsman Prithvi Shaw has also been included

Tough lessons in defeat will harden India's Test team, says Virat Kohli after 4-1 loss
India's captain calls for Test team to hit the ground running in future series, rather than ease into a tour as it develops

Scoreline doesn't show how competitive we were - Kohli
The India captain says his team has the character and skill to win difficult tours; they just need the experience to close out tough situations

India A square series with last-gasp win
After toiling for long periods through the day and about 45 minutes left in the day, India wrapped up the Australia tail and chased down 55 in under seven overs

Mandhana, bowlers lead India's rout of Sri Lanka
The opener's unbeaten 73 took India to victory by nine wickets with 30.1 overs to spare after Sri Lanka had been bowled out for just 98

England take series 4-1 as Anderson goes past McGrath
KL Rahul and Rishabh Pant made centuries for India - and for a while they threatened to bring down a target of 464 - but it was not to be as England's depth once again gave them a win

Australia A fight for survival after Bharat ton
India A add 205 for last five wickets to open up a sizable lead to give hosts chance of a series-levelling win

Alastair Cook, Joe Root hundreds provide perfect script for England to dominate
On his last day in the job as a Test opener, Alastair Cook's scriptwriters duly did the occasion justice, as he became the fifth man in the history of the game to begin and end his Test career with a century

Rahul Dravid told me I've got the skillset and temperament - Hanuma Vihari
A fifty on debut is just the start for India's new batsman after contributing to his team's third-day fightback

'Hope Rishabh Pant gets a nice run with the Test side' - Gilchrist
Australia great wants the Indian team management should exercise caution on how they pick and drop players

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