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Rohit may take Yo-Yo test today

Ace batsman Rohit Sharma is likely to undergo the mandatory Yo-Yo test at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) here on Wednesday.

Jayawardene snubs desperate cricket selectors

Sri Lankan cricket legend Mahela Jayawardene has rejected a request to provide consultancy services to the struggling national team, saying he has no "trust in the system".

They play from their heart: Salim Durrani on Afghanistan cricket team

Born in Kabul, the tall and handsome Salim Durrani was an ‘impact’ player for India.

TN troika in Test team after 57 years

It was a special occasion for Tamil Nadu when R.

Smriti to play in Kia Super League

CHENNAI: Smriti Mandhana will become the first Indian player to appear in the Kia Super League, the women’s cricket super league in England.

How to ease Afghanistan’s progress in cricket

After blanking Bangladesh in the T20 series in Dehradun, Afghanistan is set to play their first ever Test match at Bengaluru against India.

BCCI monitoring Saha’s injury

Wriddhiman Saha will know whether he will be available for the one-off Test against Afghanistan, starting in Bengaluru on June 14, after visiting the doctor next week.

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AB de Villiers retires from international cricket

Former South Africa captain and batting mainstay A B de Villiers today announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket, saying that he has run “out of gas“.

Cricket: Gopal Subramaniam calls for five-member selection committees

Amicus Curiae Gopal Subramaniam, guiding the Supreme Court in the matter of the implementation of the Justice Lodha Committee Reforms in Cricket by the BCCI and its full members, has urged the apex court to issue directions to increase the composition of the selection committees (senior men, junior and women) from three to five members.

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Cricket: Rashid, Willey help restrict India to 256-8 in deciding ODI...

LEEDS, England (Reuters) - England bowlers Adil Rashid and David Willey grabbed three wickets each and India captain Virat Kohli made 71 as the touring side scored 256 for eight in the deciding one-day international on Tuesday.

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