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India tour a learning experience: Giles

In his first assignment as the limited-overs coach, Ashley Giles saw England suffer a 2-3 loss to India but he says it was "not a disaster" and the series has been a "good learning" experience for his "fairly inexperienced side".

HPCA confirms recovery of fake tickets in Dharamsala ODI

Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) on Monday confirmed that recovery of fake tickets from several cricket fans during the final ODI between England and India held here and reported it to the local police.

India reclaims number one rank in ODIs

India today snatched the number one rank from England in One-dayers, courtesy their impressive 3-2 series-win over the visitors.

We should`ve batted sensibly, we`re 30-35 runs short: Dhoni

Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni today said had India batted "more sensibly", the hosts could have won the fifth and final ODI here and wrapped up the series by a bigger margin.

It was an important toss to win: Cook

England captain Alastair Cook today admitted that it was an "important toss to win" and they possibly couldn`t have lost the match once his bowlers dismissed India`s top four batsmen for only 49 runs during the fifth and final ODI here.

Graham Thorpe replaces Gooch as England ODI batting coach

England one-day boss Ashley Giles has axed Graham Gooch as team`s batting coach in the limited overs format and Graham Thorpe would replace him for the New Zealand series.

5th ODI: Bell slams ton as England defeat India by 7 wickets

England beat India by seven wickets in the fifth and final One-day International here Sunday to end the series at 3-2 in favour of the hosts.

India vs England 2013: Dharamsala ODI - As it happened...

And England have defeated India by seven wickets!

India vs England, 5th ODI: `Pujara puzzle` remains unsolved ahead of final match

Cheteshwar Pujara turned 25 on Friday and if skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni decides to include him in the playing XI for the final ODI against England here tomorrow, it would be the best birthday gift for the talented Saurashtra lad.

India vs England, 5th ODI: Preview

A morale-boosting series win sealed, India would be aiming to finish with a flourish when they take on England in the inconsequential fifth and final cricket one-dayer at the picturesque HPCA stadium here on Sunday.

Joe `rooted` to reality, despite an impressive start

Young British batsman Joe Root, who has made an impressive start to his career by scoring runs consistently against India, on Saturday said the key to his success lies in the ability to adapt to different situations quickly.

I would like to bat higher up the order: Raina

He has relished the role of a finisher in one-dayers but given a chance, Suresh Raina won`t mind batting higher up the order as he believes it would give him a chance to plan his innings better and make a comeback in the Indian Test fold.

Buttler to remain good pals with Kieswetter despite taking his place in Eng team

England wicket keeper Jos Buttler has said he would stay good friends with teammate Craig Kieswetter, whom he replaced in the one-day squad against India.

Kohli warns Eng ‘Dharamsala ground’s scenic beauty can be distracting for first timers’

India batsman Virat Kohli has warned England players that the fabulous views of the mountains from the ground in Dharamsala can be a distraction for the first timers ahead of their final one-day international on Sunday.

Dharamsala ODI start deferred by half-an-hour

The fifth and final cricket one-dayer between India and England here tomorrow will start half-an-hour later than the scheduled start due to inclement weather conditions in the hill town, the BCCI announced on Saturday.

England cricketers visit Tibetan Buddhist monastery in Dharamsala

Ahead of their fifth one day international (ODI) match against India, players of the touring England cricket team visited Tsuglagkhang, a Buddhist monastery here on Friday.