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A cloud of indiscipline and ill-temper continues to hang over the Test series between England and India. It was hardly shifted yesterday when Ravi Jadeja, the tourists’ all-rounder, was fined under the ICC code of conduct for his part in a spat with the England fast bowler Jimmy Anderson, and there must be fears that it will spill over into the third Investec Test, which starts on Sunday.
And Englishman discovers cricket fervour in India and realises he can’t quite win a game against Indians even back home
Almost a year ago to the day, Michael Clarke sat at Lord’s embarrassed by his team’s 347-run hammering which had seen them go 2-0 down in the Ashes
India A climbed to the top of the Quadrangular A-team one-day series table with a comfortable six-wicket win over National Performance Squad (NPS)
Binny did well at Trent Bridge, but surely he must make way for Ashwin now?
Following the recent news that India and Pakistan are set to resume bilateral series against each other from 2015, Jibran Khan Niazi casts his mind back to a classic encounter played in 2004.
22nd July 2014 After 28 years, India celebrated a win, what will count as a historic win at cricket’s most hallowed ground, against the imposing backdrop of the 124-year-old Lord’s pavilion. The 95-run victory ends a 1,124-day drought of overseas wins for India, marked by humiliating 4-0 whitewashes in England and Australia, and is their first triumph at the “Home of Cricket” in 28 years – the second overall in 82 years of trying. Here’s are five positives Team India gained from this mat
Places are under scrutiny after England were taught a lesson at Lords but the squad still has a familiar lookIt appeared to take a lot …
Buttler will make Test debut at Southampton but Kerrigan out Prior taking break after Englands second Test defeat Alastair Cook vows to stay on as …
Fifties from Manoj Tiwary and Manish Pandey and a five-for from fast bowler Dhawal Kulkarni set up India A’s comprehensive 70-run win over South Africa A in Darwin
Much-ridiculed paceman Ishant Sharma was the toast of India on Tuesday after a devastating spell of bowling demolished England at Lord’s, securing his team’s first overseas victory for three years.
Here’s the match report of the second Investec Test match between India and England.Ishant Sharma proved all his critics wrong to fashion a 95-run victory for India against the hosts in the second Investec Test match at Lord’s. Although he was reluctant at first, India captain MS Dhoni convinced Ishant to test England’s batsmen with short-pitched bowling and boy did it work wonders!
Dhoni had to convince Sharma to bowl short against England I set the field that forced him to bowl they way I wanted him toA …
You can talk of new eras and of executing plans, you can banish troublesome players and turn all the dials on your PR machine up to 11, but it seems with England and cricket you can never escape the collapse.
After 15 Tests spread across three years India have finally won a Test away from home, beating England in the second Test at Lord’s by 95 runs as Ishant Sharma took seven for 74.
Scyld Berry runs the rule over the two sets of players and, unsurprisingly, nearly every Indian player is ahead of his opposite number
After their historic win at Lord’s, India are well-placed to kick on and win the series. They are 5/1 to triumph 3-1.