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MS Dhoni faced a MAJOR EMBARASSING situation at nets today

Mahendra Singh Dhoni may have caused mayhem in the English camp, blasting 134 off 122 balls in the 2nd ODI at Cuttack, but on Saturday he was deceived by the vicious bowling of a 17-year-old second..
DNA

Sport24.co.za | CSA pays tribute to Colin Rushmere

Cricket South Africa has expressed its sadness at the passing of Colin Rushmere at the age of 79.
News24 Also reported by •SuperSport

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News video: SUPREME COURT TO NAME BCCI INTERIM COMMITTEE TODAY

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After a day’s postponement, India’s apex court will today name an interim committee that will take charge of the Indian cricket board.
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News video: GIVING UP ODI CAPTAINCY MAY ALLOW DHONI TO FLOURISH

GIVING UP ODI CAPTAINCY MAY ALLOW DHONI TO FLOURISH 01:09

MS Dhoni may have failed in the first ODI against England but the hundred in the 2nd ODI definitely shows that without the burden of captaincy, the former Indian captain might just prolong his innings..
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News video: SAHA VS PARTHIV PATEL SHOWS THAT INDIAN CRICKET IS HEALTHY

SAHA VS PARTHIV PATEL SHOWS THAT INDIAN CRICKET IS HEALTHY 01:36

In the Irani Trophy match between Ranji Champions Gujarat and Rest of India, the spotlight will be on two players Parthiv Patel, the Gujarat wicketkeeper and Wriddhiman Saha, the Rest of India..
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News video: Yuvraj praises Dhoni after India pip England in run-fest to clinch one-day series

Yuvraj praises Dhoni after India pip England in run-fest to clinch one-day series 01:16

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News video: U.K.'s Hammond on Brexit, Financial Services, Pound

U.K.'s Hammond on Brexit, Financial Services, Pound 13:01

Jan.19 -- U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond discusses Brexit negotiations, its impact on financial services and his outlook for the pound. He speaks to Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on..
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Here's why Sachin's words of praise 'embarrassed' Yuvraj

Comeback man Yuvraj Singh, who smashed a blistering century to help India secure a series-clinching 15-run victory in the second one-day international against England, feels a 'little embarrassed'..
DNA

Irani Cup: Pujara fights lone battle as Rest of India are put on back foot by Gujarat

Cheteshwar Pujara ploughed a lonely furrow and made a fighting 86, but Rest of India floundered against Gujarat's bowling attack and were pushed against the ropes by the newly-crowned Ranji Trophy..
DNA

It's been a big week in art ... with Jim Pavlidis

Traditionalists lose all sense of proportion over cricket's latest adaptation, 20Twenty.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Sport24.co.za | 1987 Cricket World Cup winners to get medals

The first Australia squad to win the ICC Cricket World Cup are set to receive winners’ medals 30 years after their triumph.
News24

MS Dhoni is playing the captain's role again

He may have relinquished the India limited overs captaincy but Mahendra Singh Dhoni is still playing a proactive part in the team affairs as he performed the leadership role on Saturday, including..
DNA

INDvENG: Bhuvneshwar Kumar credits IPL for improvement in his death overs bowling

India pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar today credited the Indian Premier League for his transformation as a death bowler and said the team would play without pressure as it aims for a clean sweep against..
DNA Also reported by •Deccan Herald

Bairstow to replace Hales for India T20 series

bairstow to replace hales for india t20 series
Jonny Bairstow will replace injured opener Alex Hales in England's squad for the three-match Twenty20 series against India, the English cricket board said on Saturday.
SuperSport

Big Bash boss certain international cricket will always take precedence over BBL

"There's no formal system because it hasn't been an issue and we don't see it as being an issue any time soon."
Brisbane Times

Ruthless India eye whitewash against England at Eden - Rediff Cricket


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INDvENG: Injured Alex Hales replaced by Jonny Bairstow for T20 series

England wicket-keeper batsman Jonny Bairstow has replaced the injured Alex Hales in the squad for the three T20 Internationals to be played against India from January 26. Hales fractured his right..
DNA

Bairstow replaces injured Hales in England T20 squad

MUMBAI (Reuters) - Wicketkeeper-batsman Jonny Bairstow will replace the injured Alex Hales in England's squad for three-match Twenty20 series against India, the country's cricket board said on..
SBS Also reported by •Reuters India

Dhawan battles sore left thumb injury, not ruled out of third ODI

Out-of-form India opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan is battling a left thumb injury which he picked up during New Zealand's cricket tour of India last October at the Eden Gardens here. But according to..
Sify

Cricket-Second test in balance after rain halts play in NZ

Jan 21 (Reuters) - Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan grabbed three middle-order wickets in quick succession before rain brought an early close to the second day of the second test against New..
Reuters India

Chris Gayle announces he wants to play until he's 50

Chris Gayle hopes to play Twenty20 cricket for at least another 13 years.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

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