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Wednesday, May 22, 2013
England want to go to Kolkata with 1-1 scoreline: Trott
England batsman Jonathan Trott on Wednesday said that the visitors are determined to level four-match series against India in the second Test in Mumbai starting Friday.
CCI to honour Sachin Tendulkar on 75th year of Brabourne Stadium
The Cricket Club of India is to honour senior batsman Sachin Tendulkar as part of celebrating its 75th anniversary at its famous Brabourne Stadium on Thursday.
Flower backs England batsmen to banish spin demons in India
England coach Andy Flower has backed his batsmen to overcome their problems against spin bowling in the remaining three Test matches against India.
NMC urges ICC to mediate in BCCI row over coverage restrictions
Media organisations have urged the ICC to intervene in a row with the BCCI over coverage restrictions of the Test series between India and England.
Boycott says KP, Bell lack trust in defensive technique against turning ball
Former England opening batsman Geoffrey Boycott has slammed England batsmen, especially Kevin Pietersen and Ian Bell, for not having the self-belief to play spin.
India can `brownwash` England: Rameez Raja
Former Pakistan captain Rameez Raja feels India can go on to "brownwash" England in the ongoing Test series if it wins the second match of the series starting November 23 in Mumbai.
Cook blames ‘toothless’ middle-order batsmen for Ahmedabad trouncing
England captain Alastair Cook didn’t mince any words in criticising his batsmen for their nine-wicket thrashing at the hands of India in the first Test match at Ahmedabad.
Pragyan Ojha, Cheteshwar Pujara on the rise in ICC Test rankings
Indian left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha, who starred with a nine-wicket haul in the first Test against England, rose nine places to break into the top-five of the latest ICC rankings.
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England in India 2012
England's captain Alastair Cook and his Indian counterpart Mahendra Singh Dhoni, unveil the trophy ahead of their Test cricket series starting in Ahmedabad.
India beat England in the 2nd ODI, at Kochi, by 127 runs
Eng defeat Ind by 9 runs
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