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Alex Hales and Michael Lumb shared an unbroken 143-run opening partnership to guide England to a 10-wicket win over New Zealand on Friday, clinching the three-game Twenty20 series 2-1.
Axed from the Test team after a prolonged form slump, India \'A\' skipper Gautam Gambhir will have a point to prove when he leads out the side in a three-day warm-up cricket match against the
Axed from the Test team after a prolonged form slump, India \'A\' skipper Gautam Gambhir will have a point to prove when he leads out the side in a three-day warm-up cricket match against the
Pakistan again failed to come to terms with South Africa\'s fearsome pace attack when they struggled to 60 for four at lunch on the first day of the second Test today.
Skipper Rajat Bhatia led from the front with a superb all-round show as favourites Delhi overcame a spirited challenge from Jammu and Kashmir winning by four wickets in their opening North Zone leg
Defending champions England earned a hard-fought 15-run victory over New Zealand in their inconsequential Super Six match at the ICC Women\'s cricket World Cup in Mumbai today.
IPL franchise Mumbai Indians is among the world\'s 150 most valuable sports team brands according to a list topped by English football giants Manchester United, which has a brand value of $852
Australian opener Phillip Hughes believes that he has the right technique to face the Indian spin attack in trying sub-continent conditions in the upcoming four-Test series, beginning February 22.
Wasim Jaffer did not waste much time in doing what he does best - plunder another ton in first-class cricket. At the same time, when the Mumbai opener was cruising to his century, the national
Contenders for the top job  (10 February 11:28 pm) 
In this final part, we look at the candidates for captaincy, those who can lead the team into the future. You can vote for your 15-member Test and ODI squads until February 12 and the results will be
Under-performing opener Gautam Gambhir was shown the door with Shikhar Dhawan being his surprise replacement in the 15-member Indian cricket squad, announced today for the first two Tests against
The national selectors dropped out-of-form Gautam Gambhir and called back off-spinner Harbhajan Singh to the Indian squad that will play the first two Tests of the four-match series against Australia,
Watson, Faulkner star in series win  (07 February 02:01 am) 
Shane Watson hit a century on his return from injury and James Faulkner claimed four wickets as Australia beat the West Indies by 39 runs to claim their one-day International series on Wednesday.
The Irani Cup tie will provide an opportunity for players looking to regain their places in the Test squad for the home series against Australia starting later this month. And Suresh Raina is eager to
\'Transition\', the most apt word to describe the state of the Indian cricket team. Get online at hindustantimes.com, and pick the sides that will take us to the top in Test and one-day cricket.
Amla on top in Tests and ODIs  (05 February 12:11 am) 
South African Hashim Amla today became the first batsman since Ricky Ponting to head both Test and ODI rankings at the same time in the latest ICC charts.
Having played a key role in the One-day series against England after being ignored for the four-Test rubber against the same opponents, middle-order batsman Suresh Raina today said he would like to
Taylor's ton goes beyond her dreams  (04 February 12:34 am) 
Everyone sets goals and aims to achieve them some day. It takes hard work, perseverance and luck to fulfill their dreams. But it\'s all too rare that one\'s dream comes true the very next morning. Firoz
Little-known Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell was the only million-dollar buy in a low-key IPL players\' auction where franchises opted to put their money on unheralded names instead of established
With Sunrisers looking to bag either Michael Clarke or Ricky Ponting to help solve both their major worries; whereas Pune Warriors India being the front-runners in the race to bag Ponting, it shows a
Australian captain Michael Clarke and former skipper Ricky Ponting are likely to attract most attention when the nine franchises sit for the players\' auction of the Indian Premier League 6 in Chennai
Sunrisers could eye Clarke  (01 February 11:24 pm) 
The IPL auction for the sixth edition, to be held at Chennai on Sunday is expected to be a low-key affair and the main interest is around Australia Test captain Michael Clarke, with the new
Lanka upset England in a last-ball thriller  (01 February 11:10 pm) 
Sri Lanka made a mockery of their underdog tag as they stunned defending champions England by one wicket in a nail-biting World Cup Group A league encounter on Friday, MVL Manikantan reports.
Pak part-timers ruin Smith's historic day  (01 February 10:38 pm) 
Two part-time bowlers spoiled Graeme Smith\'s big day as South Africa were bowled out for 253 on the first day of the first Test against Pakistan at the Wanderers Stadium today.
Considered pariahs by the Indian Premier League since 2008, Pakistani cricketers were once again left out of the list of players to be auctioned for the event\'s sixth edition in April-May.