Mahendra Singh Dhoni becomes first Indian skipper to register 100 ODI wins
Mahendra Singh Dhoni becomes first Indian skipper to register 100 ODI wins

Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Thursday led India to a 109-run victory over Bangladesh in their 2015 ICC World Cup quarter-final match in Melbourne and became the first Indian skipper to register 100 ODI wins.

MS Dhoni's imperious India continue to build cricketing legacy
MS Dhoni's imperious India continue to build cricketing legacy

Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Saturday helped India record their highest successful run chase in a World Cup match. He stitched an unbeaten 196-run partnership for the fifth wicket with Man of the Match Suresh Raina to bail out Men in Blue against a spirited Zimbabwean side at Auckland.

ICC World Cup 2015: India vs Ireland - Five match facts
ICC World Cup 2015: India vs Ireland - Five match facts

Five match facts for Tuesday`s World Cup Pool B game between India and Ireland at Seddon Park, Hamilton.

Even after 100 years of cricket, yorker is still the best delivery to ball, says Allan Border
Even after 100 years of cricket, yorker is still the best delivery to ball, says Allan Border

Former Australian captain Allan Border lamented the losing art of bowling yorkers. He also said that even after 100 years of cricketing evolution, yorker is the best delivery to contain the flow of run.

Embrace the pressure: Allan Border tells Australia
Embrace the pressure: Allan Border tells Australia

 Australia's 1987 World Cup winning captain, Allan Border feels the four-time champions should embrace the pressure of playing the World Cup at home instead of worrying about expectations.

Pressure is on Pakistan as they haven't won against us: Rohit Sharma
Pressure is on Pakistan as they haven't won against us: Rohit Sharma

 Star opener Rohit Sharma feels that arch-rivals Pakistan who will be "under pressure" going into the opening match of the ICC Cricket World Cup as they have never won against India at the mega event.

CA should work to get Indian players for Big Bash: Allan Border
CA should work to get Indian players for Big Bash: Allan Border

Keen to see Indian players in the Big Bash Twenty20 Tournament, former Australian captain Allan Border said Cricket Australia should approached BCCI for this as it would enhance the tournament's stature.

Michael Clarke, Mitchell Johnson in Shane Warne's all-time XI
Michael Clarke, Mitchell Johnson in Shane Warne's all-time XI

Skipper Michael Clarke and pace spearhead Mitchell Johnson were the only representatives from the current Australian cricket squad to find a place in the country's all-time XI named by spin legend Shane Warne today.

Time is running out for Shane Watson: Allan Border
Time is running out for Shane Watson: Allan Border

World Cup winning former Australian captain Allan Border is extermely critical of senior cricketer Shane Watson's inconsistent performance and fears that time might just be running out for the 33-year-old all-rounder, rated as one of the best players of his time.

Gabba Test postponed, Phil Hughes' funeral to be held on Wednesday
Gabba Test postponed, Phil Hughes' funeral to be held on Wednesday

The first Test between India and Australia has been postponed, Cricket Australia stated on Saturday.

Allan Border wants first Test to be pushed back by three days
Allan Border wants first Test to be pushed back by three days

Former captain Allan Border feels next week's first Test between Indian and Australia should be pushed back by three days so that the players can take part in the funeral of Phillip Hughes.

India vs Australia: Phillip Hughes' tragic death puts Brisbane Test in doubt
India vs Australia: Phillip Hughes' tragic death puts Brisbane Test in doubt

Australia`s opening Test against India next week is in danger of being called off after the death of Phillip Hughes, although cricket greats said the gritty batsman would want it to go ahead.

Greats say Australia-India Test should go ahead
Greats say Australia-India Test should go ahead

Cricket greats Allan Border and Ian Healy on Thursday said Australia`s Test against India next week should go ahead despite players struggling to deal with Phillip Hughes` shocking head injury.

Michael Clarke should quit one-dayers after Cricket World Cup: Alan Border
Michael Clarke should quit one-dayers after Cricket World Cup: Alan Border

Injured skipper Michael Clarke should quit playing One-Day Internationals (ODI) after the 2015 World Cup in order to finish his career as one of the true greats of Australian cricket, former captain Allan Border has said.

Cricket diplomacy at its best during Modi-Abbott meet at MCG

Cricket diplomacy was in abundance at a rare reception given to Narendra Modi at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground with the Prime Minister saying a "new journey" in India-Australia relationship has begun.

'Ton-hungry' Shane Watson says 'plenty of kick left in old horse'
'Ton-hungry' Shane Watson says 'plenty of kick left in old horse'

Australia all-rounder Shane Watson reportedly wants to face up to the final frontier in his Test career by defeating some batting mental demons and hitting big tons against India this summer.

Allan Border calls for end to T20 internationals
Allan Border calls for end to T20 internationals

Former Australia captain Allan Border has called for an end to Twenty20 internationals outside the World Cup and hopes the 50-over game will not be allowed to "wither and die".

We should've called India's bluff during 'Monkeygate': Allan Border
We should've called India's bluff during 'Monkeygate': Allan Border

The furore over the infamous 'Monkeygate' episode refuses to die with former Australian captain Allan Border now saying that Cricket Australia should have called "India's bluff" instead of letting its own players down.

Michael Clarke backed by predecessors as World Cup nears
Michael Clarke backed by predecessors as World Cup nears

Australia`s three World Cup-winning captains are unified in their belief that under-fire skipper Michael Clarke is the right man to lead the team to a potential fifth tournament victory next March.

Michael Clarke's field setting against Pakistan in second Test 'against spirit of cricket': Allan Border
Michael Clarke's field setting against Pakistan in second Test 'against spirit of cricket': Allan Border

Former Australia cricket team captain Allan Border has said that current skipper Michael Clarke's field setting against Pakistan in the second Test going on at Abu Dhabi is against the spirit of cricket.