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<strong>Australia</strong> wrong to drop Haddin for third Test: Ponting

Australia wrong to drop Haddin for third Test: Ponting

29 Jul 2015

Sydeney: Former captain Ricky Ponting believes Australia were wrong to leave wicketkeeper Brad Haddin out of the team for the third Ashes Test and says they will miss his experience when it starts at Edgebaston later on Wednesday.

Ricky Ponting,   Australian cricket team,   Brad Haddin,   Ashes Test,   Edgebaston Test,   Latest News,  
Clarke opts for new-style helmet after Rogers injury

Clarke opts for new-style helmet after Rogers injury

29 Jul 2015

Birmingham: The injury suffered by team-mate Chris Rogers has finally convinced Australia captain Michael Clarke to wear one of the new-look helmets developed following the death of Phillip Hughes, he said today.

Chris Rogers,   Australia vs England,   Michael Clarke,   Phillip Hughes,   Latest News,  
All eyes on Kohli as India A take on <strong>Australia</strong> A

All eyes on Kohli as India A take on Australia A

28 Jul 2015

Chennai: The spotlight will be on Test skipper Virat Kohli as India A go into the second and final unofficial Test against Australia A here tomorrow, looking to secure a win after drawing the first match last week.

Indian Test skipper,   Virat Kohli,   India A,   Test against Australia A,   Latest News,  
Hoping to get a better Chepauk strip than 1st game: Pujara

Hoping to get a better Chepauk strip than 1st game: Pujara

28 Jul 2015

Chennai: India A captain Cheteshwar Pujara was not exactly happy with how the Chepauk strip fared in the first unofficial 'Test' match where it was slow two-paced track and is hoping that a better pitch will be on offer during the second 'Test' starting tomorrow.

India A vs Australia A,   Cheteshwar Pujara,   second Test match,   Latest News ,  
England aim to overcome Mitch hitch in third Test

England aim to overcome Mitch hitch in third Test

28 Jul 2015

Birmingham: Joe Root is confident England's latest collapse against an Australia pace attack led by Mitchell Johnson won't still haunt them come the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston starting on Wednesday.

Joe Root,   England vs Australia,   Australia pace attack,   Mitchell Johnson,   Ashes Test at Edgbaston,   Latest News,  
South Africa announce landmark India <strong>tour</strong>

South Africa announce landmark India tour

27 Jul 2015

New Delhi: India’s home series against South Africa will begin with the first T20 International on October 2 followed by five ODIs and four Test matches, making it the longest tour to the country by the Proteas.

Indian cricket team,   India vs South Africa,   T20 International,   Test matches,   Proteas cricket team,   Latest News,  
With Rahul rested, I will be opening in his place: Pujara

With Rahul rested, I will be opening in his place: Pujara

28 Jul 2015

Chennai: Cheteshwar Pujara knows very well that his primary goal is to get back his place in the playing XI of the Indian Test side and for that he is now gearing upto open the innings when India A take on Australia A in the second unofficial 'Test', here tomorrow.

Cheteshwar Pujara,   Indian Test team,   India A vs Australia A,   Latest News,  
Indian hockey team to embark on Euro <strong>tour</strong> under Oltmans

Indian hockey team to embark on Euro tour under Oltmans

27 Jul 2015

New Delhi: A 21-member Indian men's hockey team will embark on a 15-day tour of Europe starting July 31 under the watchful guidance of High Performance Director Roelant Oltmans, who will also take over as the chief coach of the side after the unceremonious ouster of Paul Van Ass.

Indian men hockey team,   Roelant Oltmans,   Indian hockey coach,   Paul Van Ass,   Latest News,  
Anirban Lahiri remains on top in Asian <strong>Tour</strong> Order of Merit

Anirban Lahiri remains on top in Asian Tour Order of Merit

27 Jul 2015

Sentosa: Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri has stretched his lead in the race for the Asian Tour’s Order of Merit title, taking his season’s earnings to USD 925,484, following a fifth-place finish at the Omega European Masters in Switzerland.

Indian golfer,   Anirban Lahiri,   Asian Tour Order of Merit title,   European Masters in Switzerland,   Latest News,  
Rogers on track for third Test, Starc shrugs off ankle

Rogers on track for third Test, Starc shrugs off ankle

28 Jul 2015

London: Australia's opening batsman Chris Rogers has survived a stiff examination from his bowling team mates in the nets but expects England's pacemen to come even harder at him in the wake of his dizzy spell that forced him to retire at Lord's.

Australian cricket team,   Chris Rogers,   England vs Australia,   Lords Test,   Ashes series,   Latest News,  

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