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England off-spinner James Tredwell said it is important for the visitors to put runs on the board to carry out their plans with the ball. More » We must get runs on the board: Tredwell
England, after suffering two consecutive crushing defeats at the hands of India, are now in a must-win situation to keep the series alive. More » Mohali wicket could suit England more
India's new pacers have made their mark but need to develop themselves quickly. More » Well begun is half done
Mumbai, Saurashtra may not have the youngsters currently warming the Indian bench in the ODI series. More » Rohit, Pujara set to miss Ranji Trophy final
Match referee Andy Pycroft had a word with the England batsman for dissenting the umpire's decision in the Ranchi ODI. More » KP warned for dissent - in a toilet!
Snow and rain impact ground preparations too ahead of the fourth ODI between India, England. More » Cold conditions in Mohali to assist pace bowlers
Fletcher's succinct reaction to India becoming No. 1 again. More » 'That’s very good': Fletcher on India being No. 1
"Bowling-wise he is quite settled, it's the batting he needs to work on," Dhoni said of his young player. More » Jadeja raises hopes all-round
Bowling first in Ranchi clicked, for England never quite had the momentum and their last nine wickets fell for as few as 87 runs. More » India back to No. 1 rank in ODIs
After bowling England out for 155, India chased down the runs with ease to take a 2-1 lead in the series in the first-ever ODI at Ranchi. More » India decimate England yet again
While the bowling unit has got its act together, India’s batting remains a concern. Will Pujara continue warming the bench? More » India retain squad for remaining ODIs
Dharamsala, which has lured hundreds of thousands of Westerners since Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama settled there in 1960, is all set witness its first international match. More » Dharamsala set to host its first international match
Eoin Morgan feels the ICC should ensure all countries are on a level-playing field when it comes to making the sport dope and drug free. More » 'There's no place for doping in cricket'
England may have finally found Paul Collingwood's successor in Joe Root, ending a search that has taken nearly two years to complete. More » 'Root ideal replacement for Collingwood'
Captain Alastair Cook said the England players need to stay calm and not let the crushing 127-run defeat hamper their morale. More » We need to bounce back, says Cook