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Thu, 18 Dec 2014 02:42:26 GMT

2nd Test: India dismissed for 408 on Day 2
Paceman Josh Hazlewood took five for 68 on debut as Australia hit back on the second day of the second Test in Brisbane to bowl India out for 408 and bring up lunch.

Vijay flays ailing Oz with Brisbane ton
Murali Vijay put Australia to the sword in their Brisbane fortress with a brilliant 144 to help drive India to 311/4 at stumps on the opening day of the 2nd Test.

Vijay hits fifty before Australia strike back
Vijay got his third half century of the series but debutant Hazlewood took two wickets as Australia restricted the tourists to 151/3 at tea on the opening day.

MS Dhoni wanted to acclimatize first
MS Dhoni was fit to play the first Test against Australia in Adelaide which India lost by 48 runs but didn't take the field because he wanted to get acclimatized to the conditions.

Can Ashwin turn adversity into triumph?
Having missed out on the chance to improve his figures, Ashwin, it seems, is now in the scheme of things for the Gabba, where the pace and bounce overshadows everything else.

Murali Vijay guides India to 89/1 at lunch
India eased to lunch on 89 for one after winning the toss and electing to bat first on the opening day of the second Test against Australia at a sweltering Gabba.

'Home umpires favour own teams in Tests'
The results suggest that when two home umpires officiated in Tests, away teams were likely to suffer on average 16% more LBW decisions than home teams.

SC to test legality of amended BCCI rule
The Supreme Court decided to test the validity of an amendment to BCCI rules which permitted board president N Srinivasan to own IPL franchisee Chennai Super Kings.

Time may be running out for Shikhar
Since the 98 in Wellington in Feb, his scores have read 2, 12, 29, 7, 31, 6, 37, 25 and 9. The Gabba trial is next. Another mediocre score may start raising eyebrows.

Will Dhoni retain proactive approach?
Virat Kohli promised "aggressive cricket" at the start of the series but was it a wise decision to attempt chasing the runs down on such a pitch?

Australia hand captaincy to Steven Smith
Twenty-five-year-old Steven Smith will captain Australia against India at the Gabba from Wednesday in Michael Clarke's absence, Cricket Australia announced.

Nathan Lyon exposes Indian spin woes
It's no accident that Australian off-spinner Nathan Lyon has now ended up with the best-ever figures for a spinner in a Test match against India.

I may never play again: Michael Clarke
Clarke's degenerative back condition and recurring hamstring woes were prompting him to pick and choose games, leading to a confrontation with CA.

To achieve, one must believe: Virat Kohli
The secret of Virat Kohli's twin centuries on captaincy debut isn't to be found on a cricket pitch. He has been saying it for a long: He is not afraid of failure anymore.

Have the tables turned on Indian team?
Nathan's Lyon's 12-wicket haul in the Adelaide Test showed that India's ability to play spin, let alone quality spin, can now be openly questioned.

India slump to defeat against Australia
Virat Kohli made a gallant century but India snatched defeat from the jaws of victory, slumping to a 48-run loss in the pulsating first Test against Australia.

India slump to defeat against Australia
Virat Kohli made a gallant century but India snatched defeat from the jaws of victory, slumping to a 48-run loss in the pulsating first Test against Australia.

Vijay and Kohli lead Indian run chase
The Australians grabbed two wickets before lunch but were being resisted by Murali Vijay and Virat Kohli, in an unbroken 148-run stand in the first Adelaide Test.

1st Test: India defying Aus on final day
India lost two wickets but Murali Vijay and Virat Kohli were resisting Australia's bowlers well on the final day of the first Test match at the Adelaide Oval.

Aus 290/5 at stumps, lead India by 363
David Warner extended his purple patch with another century as the first Test against India headed for an exciting finish with Australia gaining an overall lead of 363 runs.

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