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Ishant, Samuels star on rain-hit day
Friday, July 01, 2011

Ishant Sharma came up with one of the best bowling efforts of his 33-Test career to secure India an advantage on the third day. In doing so, he became the fifth-youngest to 100 Test wickets, registered his second five-for and also personal best figures. Marlon Samuels, looking for a second life as a Test cricketer, showed he appreciated the struggles, curbing his natural attacking style to survive ..... MORE >>>

Rain wipes out most of second day
Thursday, June 30, 2011

Regular showers and fading light allowed only 25.3 overs on the second day in Bridgetown, but there was enough time for Ishant Sharma to extend his domination of Ramnaresh Sarwan, and for Marlon Samuels and Shivnarine Chanderpaul to show discipline and prevent an impressive Praveen Kumar from inflicting even more telling blows. Ishant also removed the nightwatchman Devendra Bishoo before taking Sa ..... MORE >>>

India beat West Indies in 1st Test by 63-run
Friday, June 24, 2011

India 246 (Raina 82, Harbhajan 70, Edwards 4-56) and 252 (Dravid 112, Sammy 4-52, Bishoo 4-65) beat West Indies 173 (Barath 64, Ishant 3-29) and 262 (Praveen 3-42) by 63 runs

In another demonstration of their improving record overseas, a weakened India eased to only their fifth Test win in the Caribbean. The resistance from West Indies was disappointingly limp at Sabina Park ..... MORE >>>

India ahead despite Windies fight
Thursday, June 23, 2011

On a Sabina Park track with plentiful turn and unpredictable bounce Rahul Dravid gave a resounding reminder of his value to the side with his 32nd Test century that put India on top in Jamaica. After his painstakingly constructed innings left West Indies an exacting target of 326, the home side's openers began the pursuit with an exhilarating flurry of strokes before a pair of superb catches slowe ..... MORE >>>

Test in balance after gripping first day
Tuesday, June 21, 2011

West Indies survived a daylight robbery by Harbahajan Singh and Suresh Raina to end the first day of the series in slight ascendance, if at all. A damp pitch with uneven bounce, early wickets, a counterattack, a collapse, a spectacular catch, watchful anxious end, the first day had it all.

The tone was set when India took the gamble of batting first on a moist pitch to allow their t ..... MORE >>>

Troubled West Indies take on depleted India
Monday, June 20, 2011

He played no part in the ODI series, but Chris Gayle couldn't be missed in the stands and was all anyone could talk about. He was there at the Queen's Park Oval, braids, shades and a cap that said 'captain', and at home at Sabina Park, those braids redesigned as an Afro. He lived it up in the crowd and, deliberately or not, reminded every one about the mess over his non-selection.

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Rohit Sharma helps India to seal series against WI
Sunday, June 12, 2011

Rohit Sharma produced his best international innings since his big-stage arrival in Australia three years ago to help India chase down 226 from 92 for 6. Harbhajan Singh supported him with a seventh-wicket partnership full of sensible cricket and worth 88 runs. Rohit stayed unbeaten on 86 to outdo a similar effort from Andre Russell who blasted 92 off 64 to give West Indies a defendable target aft ..... MORE >>>

India beat West Indies by 7 wickets in 2nd ODI
Thursday, June 09, 2011

Followers of modern West Indies cricket won't be surprised. It is painfully familiar. They put behind them yet another disappointment, make a good start, capitalise on it in the middle part, but stumble at the last mile. It happened this Saturday, when they were all over India with the ball, but lost all discipline and control in the last five overs. Today with the bat, they got off to a solid sta ..... MORE >>>

Rohit helps India prevail in battle of attrition
Tuesday, June 07, 2011

In a contest of ordinary batting line-ups, India had the extra bit of quality to successfully chase an under-par West Indies total. West Indies seemed to lack enterprise and skill to handle India's bowling, but their bowlers and fielders were spirited in the defence, dragging India down. The top order faltered after a quick start, but Rohit Sharma and captain Suresh Raina steadied India from 104 f ..... MORE >>>

Duncan Fletcher named India coach
Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Duncan Fletcher, the former England coach and former Zimbabwe captain, has been appointed India's coach, ending weeks of speculation over who will succeed Gary Kirsten. The BCCI announced the decision to give Fletcher a two-year contract after a Working Committee meeting in Mumbai on Wednesday. Eric Simons' tenure as the team's bowling coach was also extended.

Fletcher, though, is u ..... MORE >>>

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