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Cricket records created in 2015 that are extremely unlikely to be broken

Cricket records created in 2015 that are extremely unlikely to be broken

Kumar Sangakkara's four consecutive centuries in the 2015 ICC World Cup, and AB de Villiers' fastest scores -- 50, 100, 150 are likely to stood the test of time.

MS Dhoni, Suresh Raina overpriced; not in Indian team reckoning: Bishan Singh Bedi

MS Dhoni, Suresh Raina overpriced; not in Indian team reckoning: Bishan Singh Bedi

MS Dhoni was picked by the yet to be named Pune-based franchise, while Raina was Rajkot's first choice in the IPL draft.

T20 has improved spinner's ability: Daniel Vettori

T20 has improved spinner's ability: Daniel Vettori

Former New Zealand left-arm spinner and captain Daniel Vettori believes the Twenty20 format has helped spinners evolve in the long run, also adding that it has made the spinners think a step ahead of the batsman and take extra risks.

Rain watch: Bangladesh-India 1st ODI under monsoon threat

Rain watch: Bangladesh-India 1st ODI under monsoon threat

A full-strength Indian team is eager to play their first One-Day International after the 2015 Cricket World Cup. But their opening ODI match against a rising Bangladeshi side in Mirpur on Thursday is under the threat of rain.

Afghanistan request BCCI to provide home ground in India

Afghanistan request BCCI to provide home ground in India

Indian may soon host Afghanistan's home matches. According to reports, the president of strife-torn country Ashraf Ghani, who will visit India next week, is likely to discuss the possibility of India helping the Associate team in hosting matches.

Extra responsibility acts as motivation: Varun Aaron

Extra responsibility acts as motivation: Varun Aaron

Following untimely injuries to Mitchell Starc and Adam Milne, Royal Challengers Bangalore pacer Varun Aaron is ready to step up and believes that the extra responsibility would act as motivation.

Michael Vaughan interested in England's director of cricket role

Michael Vaughan interested in England's director of cricket role

Former England captain Michael Vaughan has reportedly emerged as the front-runner for the newly created post of 'Director of England Cricket', after Paul Downton was sacked as the team's managing director.

Pakistan set to host Zimbabwe in ODI and T20 series

Pakistan set to host Zimbabwe in ODI and T20 series

The Pakistan Cricket Board and Zimbabwe Cricket Union are close to finalising a one-day international series that will be held in Karachi and Lahore next month.

I can hit sixes and play aggressive cricket: Fawad Alam

I can hit sixes and play aggressive cricket: Fawad Alam

Pakistan's left-handed batsman Fawad Alam, who was left out of the World Cup squad despite an ODI average of 45, is now keen to reinvent himself and establish in the national team in all three formats of the game.

ICC Cricket World Cup: Look what Aamir Khan has to say about New Zealand

ICC Cricket World Cup: Look what Aamir Khan has to say about New Zealand

The semi-final match between New Zealand and South Africa, will make to the books of cricket history, for being one of the most thrilling matches, loves of the sports would have ever witnessed.

Virat Kohli’s ‘love’ Anuskha Sharma reaches Sydney?

Virat Kohli’s ‘love’ Anuskha Sharma reaches Sydney?

The ladylove of India Cricket team’s vice captain Virat Kohli – Anushka Sharma – has reached Sydney – reports suggest.

Incoming ECB chairman Colin Grave opens door to Kevin Pietersen return

Incoming ECB chairman Colin Grave opens door to Kevin Pietersen return

Incoming England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) chairman Colin Graves has given Kevin Pietersen a glimmer of hope that he may yet be able to resurrect his England career.

Roger Federer sorry for India `bleed blue` upset

Roger Federer sorry for India `bleed blue` upset

Roger Federer has apologised for getting caught up in the bitter rivalry between Indian and Pakistani cricket fans after he was pictured admiring the blue shirt of World Cup champions India in a marketing photo-shoot.

Will miss wearing national jersey: Mahela Jayawardene

Will miss wearing national jersey: Mahela Jayawardene

As he gets ready to play the final phase of his 18-year long illustrious career, Mahela Jayawardene says he will miss the Sri Lankan dressing room after the conclusion of 2015 Cricket World Cup.

R Balki happy about Amitabh Bachchan's Cricket World Cup stint

R Balki happy about Amitabh Bachchan's Cricket World Cup stint

On Feb 15 when India plays a cricket match against Pakistan in Adelaide, Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan will be doing the commentary alongside stalwarts of the cricket-commentary world Harsh Bhogle and Kapil Dev. ‘Shamitabh’ director R. Balakrishnan is happy.

West Indies arrive for Cricket World Cup campaign

West Indies arrive for Cricket World Cup campaign

A weary but upbeat West Indies side arrived here to begin preparations for the 2015 cricket World Cup.

Super Over to decide 2015 World Cup winner in case of tie

Super Over to decide 2015 World Cup winner in case of tie

The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Thursday announced that Super Over will be used in the event of a tie in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 final. During the ICC Board meeting at Dubai, cricket's global governing body also made amendments to the rules regarding the slow-over rate.

Cricket World Cup big guns fine tune in tri-series Down Under

Cricket World Cup big guns fine tune in tri-series Down Under

World Cup big guns Australia, England and India get their final preparations for next month`s tournament under way when the one-day international tri-series begins in Sydney on Friday.

Countdown on for evenly-matched, security-tight 2015 Cricket World Cup

Countdown on for evenly-matched, security-tight 2015 Cricket World Cup

The countdown is on for the 11th Cricket World Cup and the likely winner is still guesswork a month out in one of the most evenly-matched and security-conscious tournaments staged.