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Injured Crawley out of first two Tests

Hyderabad: Fast-rising England opener Zak Crawley was on Thursday ruled out of the first two Test matches against India after sustaining a freak wrist...

Jadeja suited to bat at No.7: Hussey

After missing the first Test due to concussion he suffered in the T20 match earlier, he returned to score a fine half-century and picked up wickets playing his role to perfection.

Mohammad Hafeez hits out at PCB on team selection

He blamed the loss on the team’s inexperience against a strong home team. He took to Twitter to show his frustration. He wrote, “International stage is for the Product to perform. Talent needs to be Groomed,Polished

Agarkar wants Rahane to play high in batting order

This is the time when a leader needs to stand up, I will be surprised if Rahane does not promote himself to number four, said the former Indian cricketer

Enjoyed Smith’s wicket a lot: Ashwin

Yes, given the importance of the wicket at that stage, I enjoyed it a lot. I feel It was a big wicket and I felt very happy, said the off-spinner

Kane Williamson rested for West Indies T20s

Black Caps have added an exciting element to the 13-man T20 squad in the form of South African-born debutant Devon Conway, the stand-out domestic batsman in recent seasons

Cricket Australia chief not surpised by Kohli’s withdrawal

BCCI has granted Kohli a paternity leave and he will return to India after the opening Test, scheduled from December 17 in Adelaide

If I had been more consistent, I would have played 100 Tests: Jaffer

"I wasn't that consistent. If I was, I would have played more than 100 Test matches. I was not that consistent at the international level that is why I got dropped," Jaffer said while speaking on Sports Tiger's show 'Off the Field'.

We missed our chances in first Test, rues Azhar Ali

Azhar Ali said, Pakistan failed to match up to the challenge thrown at them by England on the fourth day at Old Trafford, leading to their three-wicket defeat

Pitches in England have changed: Waqar Younis

Pakistan bowling coach said the ongoing England-West Indies series has shown that the pitches at Southampton and Manchester are now slow and sluggish

England coach Silverwood backs under-fire Jos Buttler

Buttler, a wicket-keeper batsman, has not scored a fifty in his last 12 Test innings and also dropped Jermaine Blackwood, who ended up scoring match-winning 95 for West Indies in first Test

Waqar Younis hails Kohli for his fitness levels

Kohli is regarded as one of the fittest cricketers of the modern-day cricket and he set the bar high. Many, including in Team India, followed him making fitness their priority.

‘Current pace quartet can be on top for at least two more years’

"The present attack has done exceptionally well and I don't see any problem in them continuing as a group for at least two more years."

BCCI stands with Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri, wants 5-day Tests to stay

A BCCI official said that while the board will discuss the matter with Cricket Australia and the English and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) around the BCCI awards.

Hyderabad’s Diliep to tour to New Zealand with India A

The Indian A team will play one-day and Test matches in New Zealand. For Hyderabad, it is an occasion to celebrate as both R Sridhar and Diliep hail from this city.

Virat Kohli opposes four-day Test proposal

Kohli, who leads the world Test batting rankings as well as being captain of the number one Test side, said the format should not be altered

Siraj in India A team, growing in stature

The 23-year-old rose into prominence after his stellar show in the 2016-17 Ranji Trophy season when he became the third highest wicket-taker of the country with 41 wickets.

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