Suresh Raina completes decade in international cricket

Suresh Raina completes decade in international cricket

 Indian cricketer Suresh Raina on Thursday completed a decade in international cricket. He made his debut at the age of 20 on July 30, 2005, against Sri Lanka in Dambulla in One-Day Internationals (ODI).

India must beat Zimbabwe 3-0 to remain second in ODI rankings

India must beat Zimbabwe 3-0 to remain second in ODI rankings

India must win all three One-Day Internationals (ODIs) against Zimbabwe to retain their second place in the ODI rankings, an International Cricket Council (ICC) release said on Wednesday.

PCB announces own panel of umpires for Zimbabwe series

PCB announces own panel of umpires for Zimbabwe series

 With the ICC refusing to depute its officials for the upcoming Pakistan-Zimbabwe cricket series here owing to security concerns, the PCB on Sunday announced its own panel of match officials for the games.

Australia`s Brad Haddin quits one-day game

Australia`s Brad Haddin quits one-day game

Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has announced his retirement from one-day internationals, Cricket Australia said on Sunday.

India remain No 2 in ODI rankings

India remain No 2 in ODI rankings

The Indian team has retained its second position in the One-day Internationals rankings list after finishing as semifinalists in the recently-concluded ICC Cricket World Cup.

Want to play all formats of the game: Cheteshwar Pujara

Want to play all formats of the game: Cheteshwar Pujara

India's No.3 Test batsman Cheteshwar Pujara, who recently signed a deal with English county club Yorkshire, said on Tuesday he is focusing on improving his game to suit the demands of One-Day Internationals (ODI) and Twenty20.

MS Dhoni calls for changes in ODI playing conditions

MS Dhoni calls for changes in ODI playing conditions

Indian captain M.S. Dhoni on Thursday advocated changes in playing conditions governing one-day games, saying too many boundaries can cause boredom and the 50-over matches should not become like T20 outings.

PCB to analyse Pakistan's World Cup performance

PCB to analyse Pakistan's World Cup performance

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said on Friday it would carry out an analysis of the national team's showing as well as the performances of every individual in the World Cup.

ICC World Cup: Sussex sign Mahela Jayawardene for T20 blast

ICC World Cup: Sussex sign Mahela Jayawardene for T20 blast

England's county cricket club Sussex have signed veteran Sri Lanka batsman Mahela Jayawardene for the first half of England's domestic Twenty20 competition.

Ishant Sharma helped me a lot, says Mohit Sharma

Ishant Sharma helped me a lot, says Mohit Sharma

Pacer Mohit Sharma, who has been a revelation in the ongoing cricket World Cup, credited injured Ishant Sharma for his own success.

Current ODI rules make it too easy for batsmen: Rashid Latif

Current ODI rules make it too easy for batsmen: Rashid Latif

Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif has made a strong plea to the International Cricket Council (ICC) to revise the fielding restrictions rule in One-day Internationals in a bid to stop devaluation of former greats' achievements.

World Cup 2015: Martin Crowe to be inducted in ICC Cricket Hall of Fame

World Cup 2015: Martin Crowe to be inducted in ICC Cricket Hall of Fame

New Zealand great Martin Crowe will be inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame during the World Cup match between New Zealand and Australia at Eden Park, here on Saturday.

More quality cricket in offing in World Cup: Sachin Tendulkar

More quality cricket in offing in World Cup: Sachin Tendulkar

Cricket World Cup 2015 brand ambassador Sachin Tendulkar Monday predicted that the 14-nation tournament will be even more competitive as it progresses after the first 10 days produced exciting and entertaining cricket.

Time for England to show determination: Coach Peter Moores

Time for England to show determination: Coach Peter Moores

England cricket coach Peter Moores Saturday said the team will turn the frustration of their opening two World Cup defeats into a determination to put things right.

Dale Steyn fit for India clash: South Africa coach

Dale Steyn fit for India clash: South Africa coach

South Africa's pace spearhead Dale Steyn is fit to lead their attack in a crucial cricket World Cup match against India Sunday after recovering from a bout of sinusitis, coach Russell Domingo said Friday.

Record-breaker Sangakkara sets up Sri Lanka win against New Zealand

Record-breaker Sangakkara sets up Sri Lanka win against New Zealand

Kumar Sangakkara scored an unbeaten 113 and then returned to break the world record for the most dismissals by a wicketkeeper in one-day internationals as Sri Lanka beat New Zealand by 34 runs in the seventh and final match in Wellington on Thursday.

Anil Kumble congratulates AB de Villiers for fastest ton

Anil Kumble congratulates AB de Villiers for fastest ton

Former India cricket captain Anil Kumble Sunday congratulated South Africa batsman AB de Villiers for scoring the fastest century in One-Day Internationals (ODI).

Chris Broad reaches 250-ODI landmark

Chris Broad reaches 250-ODI landmark

Chris Broad become only the second member of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC match referees to reach the 250-mark in One-Day Internationals when he took the field to officiate in the second ODI between South Africa and West Indies at the Wanderers in Johannesburg on Sunday.

Alastair Cook suspended for second over-rate offence

Alastair Cook suspended for second over-rate offence

England captain Alastair Cook has been handed a one-match suspension for a second slow over-rate offence within 12 months, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Thursday.

ODI: Indian eves hoping for a winning start against Proteas

ODI: Indian eves hoping for a winning start against Proteas

 Riding high on confidence after notching an innings win in the one-off Test at Mysuru last week, the Mithali Raj-led Indian women's cricket team will seek to carry the momentum into the one-day series against South Africa commencing here Monday.