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India’s pace attack ‘the best’ in history: Mohammed Shami

Shami, Ishant Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, Umesh Yadav and Bhuvneshwar Kumar have become leaders of the Indian attack, which has traditionally relied on spinners.

Tough to come back from injury, concedes Bhuvneshwar Kumar

With Bhuvi being the three-format bowler for Team India, it gets tougher on his body. Speaking to his Sunrisers Hyderabad teammate and now the captain David Warner on an Instagram Live, he revealed

SRH has the best death bowling in IPL: David Warner

The 2016 champions boast of a fine combination of pacers and spinners with India's Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Afghan leg-spinner Rashid Khan being the prominent names.

India might limit usage of saliva for shining ball, says Bhuvneshwar

Amid the ever-rising danger of the coronavirus outbreak with more than 60 positive cases in the country, Bhuvneshwar said they are taking every possible precaution in these difficult times.

2019 has been a great year for Indian cricket: Bhuvi

The Indian pacer says missing out on World Cup is the only regret

Indian pace attack currently best in Test cricket: Steyn

The Indian pace battery, which consists of Jasprit Bumrah, Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Umesh Yadav have been performing exceptionally well in the last two years

Ind-WI 2nd T20I: Windies level series with comprehensive win

West Indies chased down a target of 171 with nine balls to spare with opener Lendl Simmons being unbeaten on 67

The fight is only for one place in the team: Virat

Speaking on the eve of India’s first T0 match against West Indies here, he said that the presence of more bowling options is a good headache to have for the team.

With Shikhar Dhawan back, KL Rahul could be back at number 4

Kohli, who also enjoyed a great run in the mega event, will not be short on motivation despite the lack of world beaters in the opposition camp.

Kohli posts ‘squad’ pic, fans ask where’s Rohit

Ever since India's exit from the World Cup in the semifinals, there have been rumours about a rift between Kohli and Rohit.

India ring warning bell, beat Australia by 36 runs

The legend of Dhawan in ICC tournaments continued to grow as his stylish 117 formed the cornerstone of a fantastic batting display that propelled India to a commanding 352 for five.

India on the move at the World Cup, wins over South Africa

South Africa, a side that was once considered to be a strong opponent, looked totally out of place.

Kohli plays on front foot post warm-ups, ignores glitches

Apart from Ravindra Jadeja, none of the Indian batters managed to stay for long at the crease and as a result the Men in Blue were bundled out for mere 179 inside 40 overs which the Black Caps chased down without any hiccups.

Team India favourites to go the distance

Despite ambiguity over No.4 position, Kohli and Co are a good all-round side.

India out to solver No. 4 conundrum

Take on New Zealand in warm-up match today at The Oval

Middle-order woes, Warner, Bairstow departure cost SRH dearly

Batting unit looked hapless in the absence of the Australian-England pair while the bowling unit failed to live up to its reputation

Hetmyer blitz keeps SRH’s play-off dream uncertain

Hetmyer's knock contained four boundaries and six hits into the stands while Gurkeerat's innings was laced with eight fours and a six

David Warner blitzkrieg helps SRH end home leg on a high

The opener scores his eighth half-century as hosts down Kings XI Punjab to stay in play-offs hunt

Sunrisers host Kings XI in crunch match

Williamson-led side and out-going Orange Cap holder Warner hope to finish the home leg on a high

We have plans in place for SRH: Ryan Harris

Ahead of their match against SRH in Hyderabad, Kings XI Punjab bowling coach & former Australian speedster said that they are taking the confidence from their last outing against SRH at Mohali where the hosts recorded a comfortable six-wicket win

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