India won`t have a cake-walk playing England: Wright
Former India coach and New Zealand cricketer John Wright on Thursday pointed out that hosts will miss the experience of Rahul Dravid and VVS Laxman in the middle during the upcoming India-England Test series.
India ‘A’ vs England, Practice match, Day 3: As it happened...
Live updates from the third and final day of the practice game between India ‘A’ and England in Mumbai.
Raina defends team selection
India A skipper Suresh Raina on Wednesday defended the composition of his team which has no front-line spinner, saying he and Yuvraj Singh bowled well against England in the warm-up game, here.
Have to assess whether Yuvi can field for two days: Dhoni
Yuvraj Singh`s brilliant form in domestic matches has made him a serious contender for a slot in the Test team but Indian captain M S Dhoni is still not sure whether the talented left-hander is ready to face the vigours of five-day cricket.
Test cricket is absolute masterpiece: Adam Gilchrist
Former Australia cricketer Adam Gilchrist on Wednesday refused to read too much into India`s decision to not include any spinner in the India `A` team for the warm-up match against the touring England, saying the hosts might be having legitimate reason for the move.
Steve Finn to miss remainder of warm-up game due to leg injury
England fast bowler Steve Finn has been ruled out of the remainder of their opening tour game against India A because of the thigh injury he sustained on the first day.
Cook leads England's reply with patient century
Live updates from the second day of the tour game between India A and England.
England T20 captain Broad named Cook`s deputy for India tour
England Twenty20 captain Stuart Broad has been named Test captain Alastair Cook`s deputy for the India tour, which starts in Mumbai on October 30 with the opening three-day warm-up match.
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