Indian bowlers need to prove doubters wrong ahead of World Cup
Indian bowlers need to prove doubters wrong ahead of World Cup

India's pace battery have looked awry since the four-match Test series against Australia and the bad form has continued in the ODI series too. With the World Cup starting in February, pundits and fans alike have cited India's lack of good quick bowlers would hurt them in the coveted event to be held in Australia and New Zealand.

Mitchell Starc expects intense tri-series ODI with India
Mitchell Starc expects intense tri-series ODI with India

Left-arm paceman Mitchell Starc said he expects Australia`s tri-series one-dayer with India in Melbourne on Sunday to continue where the recent niggling Test series left off.

MS Dhoni in focus as India return to ODI grind
MS Dhoni in focus as India return to ODI grind

After a fielding-only drill, the Indian cricket team returned to the grind on Friday with an intense net session here, continuing their build-up towards the ODI-leg of their Australian tour.

Suresh Raina's failure as Test batsman is a sorry sight
Suresh Raina's failure as Test batsman is a sorry sight

Suresh Raina's time at the crease in India's second innings against Australia in the fourth Test at Sydney, lasted only three deliveries as the southpaw scored a second successive nought. For a player who made a comeback to the Test team after more than two years, his misery in the longer format of the game was a sight very similar to his Test struggles earlier.

We definitely leaked too many runs: Ravichandran Ashwin
We definitely leaked too many runs: Ravichandran Ashwin

Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin admitted that the visiting bowlers were guilty of leaking too many runs in the final session of play to allow Australia a 348-run second innings lead on the fourth day of the final Test, here today.

Steve Smith becomes highest Australian run getter in four-match Test series against India
Steve Smith becomes highest Australian run getter in four-match Test series against India

Australia's marathon man Steven Smith broke another record in Test cricket after becoming the highest Australian runs scorer in four-match Test series against India.

Ravichandran Ashwin completes 1000 runs in Test cricket
Ravichandran Ashwin completes 1000 runs in Test cricket

India off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin completed 1000 runs in Test cricket. The 28-year-old scored a well made 50 against Australia in the fourth Test at the SCG in Sydney on Friday and completed the feat.

West Indies look to turn tables on South Africa
West Indies look to turn tables on South Africa

Outplayed in a Test series, the West Indies will seek to turn the tables on South Africa in a three-match Twenty20 international series which starts at Newlands on Friday.

Late batsman Phil Hughes' plaque unveiled at SCG
Late batsman Phil Hughes' plaque unveiled at SCG

A plaque of late batsman Phillip Hughes was unveiled at the Members’ stand of the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) Tuesday to commemorate the much-loved 25-year-old Australian cricketer.

Good pitch and poor fielding helped Australia, feels David Warner
Good pitch and poor fielding helped Australia, feels David Warner

Australian opener David Warner today said that a good pitch coupled with India's poor bowling and fielding helped him score his third hundred of the series and place Australia at a commanding 348 for two at stumps on day one of the fourth and final cricket Test here.

We are working on our consistency, says India bowling coach
We are working on our consistency, says India bowling coach

India's young attack is still a work in progress and more time is needed to iron out its deficiencies, Indian bowling coach B Arun said today after Australia piled up 348-2 on the opening day of the fourth and final cricket Test, here.

Record-breaking Kane Williamson is the next big thing for Test cricket
Record-breaking Kane Williamson is the next big thing for Test cricket

New Zealand batsman Kane Williamson mastered Test cricket batting once again after being involved in a world record sixth-wicket partnership of 365 with BJ Watling, to slam the door on Sri Lanka in the second Test in Wellington on Tuesday.

David Warner honours Phil Hughes memory with signature ton against India
David Warner honours Phil Hughes memory with signature ton against India

David Warner scored an emotional century and shared in a 200-run opening stand with Chris Rogers to put Australia in a strong position on the opening day of the final Test against India Tuesday.

New Zealand's Kane Williamson, BJ Watling record smashes Sri Lanka hopes
New Zealand's Kane Williamson, BJ Watling record smashes Sri Lanka hopes

A world record sixth-wicket partnership of 365 by Kane Williamson and BJ Watling, who both posted career bests, slammed the door on Sri Lanka in the second Test in Wellington today.

David Warner may quit IPL to focus on Tests
David Warner may quit IPL to focus on Tests

Australian Opener David Warner is worried about mental fatigue that creeps in from playing non-stop cricket and said he might quit the Indian Premier League (IPL) to concentrate on Tests.

Sydney Test: Dropping Pujara, Dhawan shows consistent performance is need of the hour
Sydney Test: Dropping Pujara, Dhawan shows consistent performance is need of the hour

India decided to drop three big players from their line-up for the fourth Test match against Australia in Sydney which started from Tuesday. In this modern day game where the focus has changed into performance based outlook, failures turn out to be costly.

2nd Test, Day 4: Kane Williamson, BJ​ Watling punish Sri Lanka with 365-run stand
2nd Test, Day 4: Kane Williamson, BJ​ Watling punish Sri Lanka with 365-run stand

New Zealand`s Kane Williamson was within sight of his first test double century while BJ Watling scored his fourth test ton as the pair took the second test away from Sri Lanka, guiding their side to 445 for five at tea on the fourth day.

Rain threatens fourth day of South Africa-West Indies Test
Rain threatens fourth day of South Africa-West Indies Test

Steady rain threatened to prevent any play on the fourth day of the third and final Test between South Africa and the West Indies at Newlands on Monday.

Rain fell from early morning and continued to fall at the scheduled resumption of play.

High Commission treats Team India to cruise in Sydney
High Commission treats Team India to cruise in Sydney

In what came as a welcome break from the on-field grind, the Indian cricket team was taken for a cruise ride along Sydney Harbour by the country's High Commission, which also hosted a dinner for the side.

Gritty Kane Williamson fights to keep New Zealand alive
Gritty Kane Williamson fights to keep New Zealand alive

Kane Williamson and BJ Watling produced an unbroken sixth wicket stand of 94 to keep New Zealand alive on the third day of the second Test against Sri Lanka in Wellington on Monday.