India seamer Ishant Sharma out of ICC World Cup 2015: Reports
India seamer Ishant Sharma out of ICC World Cup 2015: Reports

India seamer Ishant Sharma has been ruled out of the World Cup after failing to recover from a knee injury, according to various media reports.

I have taken most bowlers down: David Warner
I have taken most bowlers down: David Warner

Australian opener David Warner Sunday said there is no bowler in the World Cup he fears and he will be "arrogant" enough to say he has "taken most of them down".

Ryan Harris joins Mitchell Johnson in pitch bashing
Ryan Harris joins Mitchell Johnson in pitch bashing

Australia fast bowler Ryan Harris has joined teammate Mitchell Johnson in criticizing the unusually slow and low nature of pitches in the ongoing cricket Test series against India, saying the pacers have had to work much harder than the last Ashes summer to get the batsmen out.

Channel defends Michael Clarke's role as commentator
Channel defends Michael Clarke's role as commentator

Australian broadcaster Channel Nine has dismissed the criticism of injured Australian skipper Michael Clarke turning commentator for the third and fourth Tests against India, terming the negativity as "petty".

Kiwis pushing for Boxing Day Test in Melbourne against Australia
Kiwis pushing for Boxing Day Test in Melbourne against Australia

As Boxing Day Tests are gaining limelight in the long format of cricket, New Zealand Cricket (NZC) chief executive David White has claimed that they are pushing for a Melbourne Boxing Day Test against Australia.

Is the timing of MS Dhoni to retire from Test cricket right?
Is the timing of MS Dhoni to retire from Test cricket right?

Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni's decision to retire from Test cricket, mid-way through the Test series against Australia took everyone by surprise.

Australia regain Border-Gavaskar Trophy after India force draw in Melbourne
Australia regain Border-Gavaskar Trophy after India force draw in Melbourne

 Australia on Tuesday regained the Border-Gavaskar Trophy after the third cricket Test ended in an exciting draw with a jittery India just about managing to avoid an embarrassing defeat here.

3rd Test ends in a draw as Australia seal series against India
3rd Test ends in a draw as Australia seal series against India

Live updates from Day 5 of the Boxing Day Test between India and Australia being played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

3rd Test, Day 4: Virat Kohli-Mitchell Johnson verbal volleys continue
3rd Test, Day 4: Virat Kohli-Mitchell Johnson verbal volleys continue

 A day after expressing his displeasure at Australia's on-field banter, India vice-captain Virat Kohli on Monday once again had a go at Mitchell Johnson and apparently said something to the home team's pace spearhead as he was walking off after being dismissed here.

Chasing can be tricky on the final day: R Ashwin
Chasing can be tricky on the final day: R Ashwin

 Australia have already stretched the overall lead to 326, but unfazed Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin said that the team's dressing room atmosphere is positive even though a chase could be tricky on the final day of the third cricket Test at MCG.

 'Bad blood' between Oz-India in ongoing Test series gone 'too far': Ian Healy
'Bad blood' between Oz-India in ongoing Test series gone 'too far': Ian Healy

Former Australian Test great Ian Healy is of the opinion that the bad blood between the current team and India in the ongoing Test series has gone too far.

3rd Test, Day 4: Australia in control after taking 326-run lead against India
3rd Test, Day 4: Australia in control after taking 326-run lead against India

 Australia put themselves in a comfortable position by taking an overall lead of 326 runs by the end of the fourth day as the third cricket Test headed for an exciting finish, with India needing to go for a all-out win to keep themselves afloat in the series.

Surprising to see Australians drop so many catches: Virat Kohli
Surprising to see Australians drop so many catches: Virat Kohli

 India's premier batsman Virat Kohli said Sunday it was unusual to see Australia drop so many catches.

Ind vs Aus: Virat Kohli registers 3rd Test ton in series, emulates Sunil Gavaskar
Ind vs Aus: Virat Kohli registers 3rd Test ton in series, emulates Sunil Gavaskar

 With his defiant century at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday, Virat Kohli became only the second Indian batsman after Sunil Gavaskar to score three Test hundreds in a series against Australia.

3rd Test: Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane tons lead India fightback on Day 3 against Oz
3rd Test: Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane tons lead India fightback on Day 3 against Oz

 Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane struck fluent centuries and stitched a record 262-run fourth-wicket partnership as India fought back bravely before a late-order slide allowed a sloppy Australia to claw back in the third cricket Test, here on Sunday.

Virat Kohli-Mitchell Johnson verbal volleys spice things up on Day 3
Virat Kohli-Mitchell Johnson verbal volleys spice things up on Day 3

 Indian vice-captain Virat Kohli's temperament was once again tested after the batsman was hit by a Mitchell Johnson return throw followed by the two players getting into a verbal duel on the third day of the ongoing third cricket Test, here on Sunday.

Ton-up Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane impress outside sub-continent
Ton-up Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane impress outside sub-continent

Indian middle-order batsmen Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane once again proved their class while playing outside sub-continent as they scored crucial tons for the visitors on Day 3 of the third Test against Australia.

Dean Elgar claims patience behind consistent batting on first day of Boxing Day Test
Dean Elgar claims patience behind consistent batting on first day of Boxing Day Test

South African batsman Dean Elgar claimed that patience was the best practice for his sides batsmen on the opening day of the Boxing Day Test against West Indies at St George's Park on Friday.

Amazing Steve Smith flattens India to put hosts in command
Amazing Steve Smith flattens India to put hosts in command

Captain Steve Smith cracked his third successive century with a heroic 192 as Indian bowlers put up a poor show to allow Australia post a mammoth first innings total of 530 and gain control of the third cricket Test here today.

David Warner fails to take field after hand injury
David Warner fails to take field after hand injury

David Warner on Saturday failed to take field against India in the ongoing Boxing Day cricket Test after the Australian opener suffered a nasty blow on his right forearm at the MCG nets.