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  • Dhawan ruled out for 3 weeks

    Shikhar Dhawan has been ruled out of the 2019 Cricket World Cup for three weeks with a fractured thumb. He had been hit on his left thumb during India’s match against defending champions Australia at The Oval on Sunday.

  • Shakib Al Hasan

    Dhawan pranks Shakib during flight

    The Sunrisers Hyderabad outfit are certainly enjoying their time off the field and this time footage appears of India opener Shikhar Dhawan pranking Shakib Al Hasan in flight.

  • India all out for 600 in first Sri Lanka Test

    Paceman Nuwan Pradeep clinches his maiden five-wicket haul as Sri Lanka clawed back at a runaway India on day two of the first Test in Galle.

  • India's Dhawan blazes sparkling 190 in Test comeback

    Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan celebrates his return to Test cricket with a blazing career-best 190 on the first day of the first Test against Sri Lanka in Galle.

  • Dhawan leads India's run riot

    Shikhar Dhawan leads the India charge with a blistering 125 as the holders pile up 321 for six against Sri Lanka in the Champions Trophy on Thursday.

  • Shikhar Dhawan

    Dhawan out of 3rd Test

    Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan was ruled out Monday of the third and final Test against New Zealand with a broken thumb after

  • Kohli's 12th ton gives India control

    Virat Kohli strokes a commanding 12th Test century to put India in control at 302 for four when stumps were drawn on the opening day of the first Test against the West Indies.

  • Fizz impresses again

    Mustafizur Rahman puts in another dazzling display to help Sunrisers Hyderabad take control of their Indian Premier League match against Gujarat Lions

  • India avoid sweep on Pandey

    Manish Pandey and MS Dhoni, rookie and old hand combine to deliver India victory over Australia at the last possible opportunity in another run-fest at the SCG.

  • South Africa slam 438 to flatten India in decider

    South Africa beat India by 214 runs in the fifth ODI to win series 3-2 at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, India.

  • Sabbir Rahman

    Six ducks and a Sabbir ton

    Six Bangladeshi players failed to get off the mark on the first day of their three-day encounter against India A in Bangalore yesterday and

  • Shikhar Dhawan

    Dhawan to lead against Bangladesh A

    India opener Shikhar Dhawan has been named captain of the A squad to play a three-day match against Bangladesh A in September.

  • Stuart Binny

    India beat Bangladesh by 77 runs

    India save the ignominy of Banglawash on June 24, 2015 when they defeated Bangladesh by 77 runs in the third and final game of the 3-match series at Mirpur stadium today.

  • Mashrafe

    Tigers thrive on captain Mashrafe

    Bangladesh ODI captain Mashrafe Mortaza’s leadership qualities came to the fore from last November, and saw his team win 10 matches at home on the trot either side of a successful World Cup campaign.

  • Bangladesh cricketers

    Banglawash threat looms over India

    The world will sit up and notice, if Bangladesh manage to whitewash India by winning the 3rd game of the series on June 24. India will be desperate to avoid being blanked 3-0.

  • Mustafizur needs to be managed well: Streak

    Bangladesh's pace bowling coach Heath Streak says that there will be a conscious effort to avoid tinkering too much with Mustafizur Rahman's natural bowling abilities.

  • Shakib Al Hasan

    Bangladesh win historic series against India

    Bangladesh trounce India by six wickets and 54 balls remaining (D/L method) to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the 3-match ODI series at Mirpur Stadium.

  • Rain disrupts play

    Oh rain!

    Rain becomes the spoilsport during the second game of the 3-match ODI series between India and Bangladesh at Mirpur Stadium today.

  • Bangladesh batsmen during practice.

    Bangladesh eye historic series win

    There used to be a time in the mid-2000s when Bangladesh starting off well meant complacency, but the current team has shown more consistency.

  • Bangladesh gaining respect among peers: Hathurusingha

    India sending their best team for the ongoing ODI series is an indication that they regard Bangladesh as a stronger unit than last June, Bangladesh coach Hathurusingha says. He however is not entirely satisfied with his team's performance in first ODI.

  • Shakib Al Hasan

    Shakib gets his 100th wicket at home

    Shakib Al Hasan captures his 100th wicket at home during the third day of the Test match against India at Fatullah stadium today.

  • Test match

    Rain stops India's push for quick runs

    India are 462/6 in 103.3 overs after the rain-curtailed third day of the Test match against Bangladesh at Fatullah stadium.

  • BCB’s controversial choices

    BCB make the headlines for the wrong reasons with some objectionable decisions for the Test match against India at Fatullah.

  • Shikhar Dhawan

    India on top after day 1

    India reach 239 in 56 overs without losing a wicket after the first day of the Test match against Bangladesh at Fatullah.

  • Bangladesh cricketers

    Tigers take on new-look India

    Bangladesh have taken on different challenges this year and, for the most part, have produced desired results.

  • Australia have a great chance to win on their own ground against India

    Semi-war: Australia vs India

    As Australia, host of ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 (CWC15), will take on India, defending world and unbeaten group champion of Pool B of the tournament, in the second semifinal on March 26 at Sydney Cricket Ground, both of the teams have their own aspirations to face co-host New Zealand in the finals at MCG

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