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Thinking about selection puts a lot of pressure: Ojha

Pragyan Ojha has fallen in the pecking order behind Ravindra Jadeja as the third specialist spinner with remote chances of playing a Test series overseas but the Odisha-born Hyderbad left-arm spinner is not ready to throw in the towel yet.

South Africa, India have Durban bowling headaches

Finding the right combination of bowlers will be the biggest headache for both South Africa and India ahead of the second and final Test starting at Kingsmead on Thursday.

Graeme Swann is the most intelligent spin bowler: Mushtaq

A master craftsman during his playing days, former Pakistan leg-spinner Mushtaq Ahmed feels England`s "Graeme Swann is one of the most intelligent bowlers" in international cricket right now.

Warne predicts 148-run target for India

Australian spinner Shane Warne predicts that Australia will be bowled out for 157 in their second innings, giving India a target of 148 in the fourth and final Test in Delhi.

Jadeja cautioned over `wild celebrations`

India`s left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja was cautioned by Pakistani umpire Aleem Dar for his wild celebrations after taking Australian opener David Warner`s wicket, on the third day of the fourth cricket Test at the Ferozeshah Kotla, on Sunday.

It`s not a Day One wicket: Smith

"It`s not a Day One wicket", were Australian all-rounder Steven Smith`s first few words after the visitors once again struggled to come to terms with the Indian spinners on a crumbling Feroz Shah Kotla track here, on Friday.

Cracking Kotla pitch back in the news

The pitch at the Feroz Shah Kotla is in the news again. It has shown signs of cracking on day one of the fourth Test between India and Australia. The experts do not see the match lasting the full five days.

Ojha finally recalled, Dhawan makes his debut

Quite what Pragyan Ojha had done wrong was unclear as he wasn’t in the Indian playing eleven for the first two Tests against the Aussies on spin-friendly tracks, even after emerging as the leading wicket taker for India in the last Test series India played – against England.

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

India take on England in the 2nd ODI at Kochi.

Alastair Cook: The Master `Chef` continues to torment India

The Master `Chef` continues to torment India.

India vs England 2012, 2nd Test, Day 3: As it happened...

Updates from the third day of the Mumbai Test being played between India and England.

India vs England 2012: Cook and Pietersen guide England to comfortable position

Skipper Alastair Cook continued to torment India with yet another gritty batting display while Kevin Pietersen returned to form with an unbeaten half-century to give England a slight advantage in the second cricket Test here on Saturday.

India thrash England by 9 wickets to take 1-0 series lead

India won the first cricket Test against England by nine wickets at Motera here on Monday to take the lead in the four-match series.

India vs New Zealand, 2nd Test: Statistical Highlights

Statistical highlights on the fourth day of the second cricket Test between India and New Zealand on Monday.

India vs New Zealand 2nd Test, Day 3: As it happened...

So that ends another absorbing day’s play at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore. New Zealand end Day 3 at 232/9 in their second innings with an overall lead of 244 runs.

India tighten grip on first Test against New Zealand

India tightened their grip on the first Test as New Zealand were struggling at 106 for five in the first innings, still needing 133 runs to avoid the follow-on, after the second day`s play in the first Test at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Uppal, here Friday.

Statistical highlights: India vs West Indies, Day 5

Statistical highlights of the fifth day`s play in the third and final cricket Test between India and West Indies on Saturday.

Sammy and Co. put India on the backfoot on Day 2

17 wickets fell on Day 2 of the Kotla Test with West Indies looking a tad better than the hosts.