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Brace for yet more spin, Sri Lanka warns South Africa

COLOMBO: Rangana Herath warned South Africa Thursday to expect yet more spin in the second Test after the visitors were skittled for their lowest total since the Proteas' readmission to international cricket.

Bhuvneshwar hurt, livid BCCI sending stinker to Shastri and co

CHENNAI:The Yo-Yo test, a bone of contention between the Committee of Administrators (CoA) and BCCI administrators, has spilled on to the cricket field.

Australia’s domestic T20 cricket tournament BBL goes IPL way

SYDNEY: The forthcoming edition of Australia's domestic T20 cricket tournament -- Big Bash League (BBL) -- will witness an increase in the number of matches and duration when it kicks off on December 19 this year, Cricket Australia (CA) announced on Wednesday.

England set to stick with Ben Stokes for India opener

LEEDS: England will have no qualms about selecting Ben Stokes for next month's first Test against India, even though the match could finish just a day before the all-rounder's trial for affray begins.

Faheem Ashraf helps Pakistan crush Zimbabwe, take 3-0 lead in ODI series

BULAWAYO: Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed hailed "a great performance" after his team sealed a series win by strolling to a nine-wicket victory over Zimbabwe in the third one-day international on Wednesday.

Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar links up with Middlesex to form Academy

LONDON: Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar and English county Middlesex are joining forces to launch an academy to teach young girls and boys about the sport, they announced on Wednesday.

Trisha’s 53 helps South Zone defeat Central by 46 runs

CHENNAI: Riding on G Trisha’s 53 South Zone defeated Central Zone by 46 runs in the BCCI inter-zonal U-19 cricket tournament for girls.

ICC opens public ballot for Cricket World Cup 2019

DUBAI: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has opened the public ballot from August 1, ahead of the Cricket World Cup next year.

Happy with new role, says Indian women’s cricket team interim coach Ramesh Powar

NEW DELHI: Former Indian off-spinner, who has recently been appointed as the interim coach of the Indian women's cricket team, has said that he is happy with the role assigned to him and would do his best to take the team forward.

Ramesh Powar named Indian women’s cricket team interim coach

MUMBAI: Former India off-spinner Ramesh Powar has been appointed the interim coach of the national women's cricket team until the BCCI finds a suitable replacement for Tushar Arothe.


Zim-India Series In Jeopardy | ZimEye

BCCI is playing the waiting game given that the matches are still some months away.