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Watch out for Shami, Bailey tells Aussie batsmen

Rattled by Mohammad Shami`s three-wicket burst with the new ball in the abandoned fourth ODI, Australian skipper George Bailey has instructed his batsmen to watch out for the rookie Indian pacer in the remaining games of the ongoing seven-match series.

India vs Australia 2013: Brisk ticket sale despite doubts over 5th ODI

Even as heavy rains cast doubts over the fate of the fifth ODI between India and Australia here Saturday, cricket enthusiasts today waited in long queues in front of Barabati stadium to purchase tickets for the match.

India vs Australia 2013: 3rd ODI - As it happened...

Live updates from third ODI between India and Australia

Oz media hails `run-machine` Virat Kohli as `new` Tendulkar

The Australian media has claimed that India`s massive win in the second one-day international against Australia has proved that there is life after Sachin Tendulkar, especially with Virat Kohli leading the way.

Ind vs Aus, 2nd ODI: My best knock and best chase I have ever been part of, says Rohit

Rohit Sharma on Wednesday was a visibly happy man after a superlative unbeaten knock of 141 in a record chase by India in the second ODI against Australia which he termed as the "best that he has ever been part of" in his six year international career.

Pune ODI: MS Dhoni blames poor shot selection, poor bowling for crushing defeat

Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni attributed his sides 72-run loss to Australia in the first ODI on Sunday to the lacklustre performance by his pacers and poor shot selection by his batsmen.

We don`t censor commentators: Srinivasan

BCCI President N Srinivasan has rejected accusations that the Indian Cricket Board censors commentators employed by it, insisting that it does not "interfere with the freedom of the press".

Brisbane ODI: Australia post win with bonus point

Captain cool Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s calm and composed half-century was not enough for India on Sunday.

India vs Australia: As it happened…

Chasing a victory target of 289 runs, India fell short of the mark by 110 runs against Australia in the seventh ODI of the ongoing tri-series at the Gabba on Sunday.

Table-toppers India aim to stifle cornered Aussies

Australia`s back-to-back losses have thrown the ODI tri-series open and a revitalised India would look to corner the struggling and injury-hit hosts when the two sides clash in the critical second phase of the league on Sunday.

Sehwag likely to miss Brisbane ODI against Australia

Virender Sehwag is unlikely to play against Australia on Sunday as reports suggested he is yet to recover fully from the back injury, which forced him to sit out of the match against Sri Lanka.

Want to be more consistent: Vinay

He has emerged as an unlikely top wicket-taker for India in the ongoing ODI tri-series and pacer Vinay Kumar today said he is looking to improve on consistency in the forthcoming matches.

Something`s gone awry in selectors` public communication: CA

Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland has admitted that "something clearly has gone awry" in the new selection panel`s communication with the public as he cleared the air on Brad Haddin, saying that the out-of-form wicketkeeper has been dropped and not rested.

I am still worth a place in the side: Ponting

His recent poor run notwithstanding, Australian cricket team`s stand-in skipper Ricky Ponting says he is still "worth a place" in the side but concedes that reputation alone won`t be enough to get him the selectors` nod all the time.

Clarke likely to miss ODI against India on Sunday

Australia skipper Michael Clarke, who injured his hamstring in Adelaide last week, said he is unlikely to recover in time for the one-dayer against India in the triangular series in Brisbane on Sunday.

Vinay makes a difference in ODIs

India medium pacer R Vinay Kumar is not on anyone`s mind and he would just like it the way it is as long as his skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni keeps turning to him and batsmen keep nibbling at his swinging deliveries.

Haddin omission lacked clarity: Players` chief

Australia wicketkeeper Brad Haddin understood he was not being rested from one-day duty after a poor Test series against India and selectors could have handled his omission better, according to the players` association chief Paul Marsh.

Indians opt to stay locked inside hotel rooms

The India cricket team chose to stay locked inside their hotel rooms, making it the 16th day in the past 64 days of the tour when the players turned their backs on bat and ball.

Dhoni indirectly suggests that India correct to be wary of DRS

Dhoni has said indirectly that India is justified in not relying on the DRS.