Krunal Pandya, Deepak Chahar replace Washington Sundar, Jasprit Bumrah in Indian T20 team vs...

All-rounder Krunal Pandya and medium pacer Deepak Chahar earned their maiden call up in the Indian squad to replace injured Washington Sundar and Jasprit Bumrah for the three-match T20 series against England, starting Tuesday at Manchester.

Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar encourages young cricketer, calls him ‘perfect modern day player’

Catchem young is the mantra when it comes to finding young talent, nurturing them to become someone extraordinary.

Maharashtra connect in Bangladesh’s maiden Women’s Asia Cup T20 title

MUMBAI: Behind the Bangladesh cricket team’s maiden Women’s Asia Cup T20 title, three Indians — including two from Maharashtra — have toiled hard away from the spotlight.

For Virat Kohli, the opposition does not matter

Virat Kohli is happy that India are well prepared to take on in-form England when their much-awaited series starts on Tuesday with the first of three Twenty20 internationals.

India vs Ireland: I’m Having a Headache About Whom to Pick, Says Kohli

India vs Ireland: I’m Having a Headache About Whom to Pick, Says Kohli It was yet another convincing victory for India as they thrashed Ireland by a massive 143 runs in the second T20I and clinched the series 2-0.

No local inquiry against ball tampering fiasco

Sri Lanka Cricket will not push for a local investigation over the ball tampering incident during the third day of the second Test between Sri Lanka and West Indies in St.

Jammu to get International Cricket Stadium

Rajesh Dhar The State of Jammu and Kashmir possesses abundant talent in cricketing field.

Hampshire’s Rilee Rossouw puts Royal London Cup out of Kent’s reach

Forty years of hurt and Kent will still be dreaming.

Batting collapse was disappointing: Ireland’s Gary Wilson

MALAHIDE (Ireland), June 30: Ireland skipper Gary Wilson has blamed his batsmen for a poor showing in the second T20I against India, as the hosts were bundled out for just 70 runs in a 214-run chase.

Rossouw happy to see back of bad luck as his century sinks Kent

Hampshire’s Rilee Rossouw has revealed he geared up for his match-winning 125 in the Royal London One-Day Cup final by getting stuck in a hotel lift.