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Raina duck as UP slide and Karnataka put one foot in knockouts
In Guwahati, Assam clawed back after following on, courtesy three fifties from Rishav Das, Amit Sinha and Rajjakuddin Ahmed. They lead by 110 with three wickets in hand against Hyderabad
Posted on : 2017-11-19 13:06:45
Raina duck as UP slides and Karnataka put one foot in knockouts
In Guwahati, Assam clawed back after following on, courtesy three fifties from Rishav Das, Amit Sinha and Rajjakuddin Ahmed. They lead by 110 with three wickets in hand against Hyderabad
Posted on : 2017-11-19 13:03:39
Jaffer 158* powers Vidarbha; Bengal, Services earn bonus-point wins
The 39-year-old stitched three strong partnerships to stretch Vidarbha's lead, while Ishan Porel's five-for helped Bengal climb to the second spot on the Group D table
Posted on : 2017-11-19 12:39:15
Samson hits third ton in a row, Kerala set Saurashtra 405 target
In Suraj, Parthiv Patel's 172-ball 173 helped Gujarat finish on 601 for 4, following which Rajasthan went to stumps at 183 for 4. Elsewhere, Haryana lead by 169 in their second innings with one wicket in hand against J&K in a match destined for a result
Posted on : 2017-11-19 12:31:36
Rahul and Dhawan carry India into lead with ease
Both openers capitalised on vastly improved batting conditions, both overhead and underfoot, to lead India's recovery on the fourth day in Kolkata
Posted on : 2017-11-19 11:16:28
Faizi ton, Mujeeb five-for hand Afghanistan maiden U-19 Asia Cup title
Pakistan Under-19s were once again tormented by offspinner Mujeeb Zadran, who took 5 for 13 in the final to bowl them out for a mere 63
Posted on : 2017-11-19 09:58:41
Rahul, Dhawan capitalise on improved conditions
Rangana Herath's third Test fifty propped up Sri Lanka to 294 before India's openers added 70 to cut their deficit by more than half by tea on the fourth day
Posted on : 2017-11-19 09:02:00
Herath's 67 gives Sri Lanka 122-run lead
Rangana Herath's third Test fifty propped up Sri Lanka's lead to 122 before the visitors were bowled out for 294 on the fourth afternoon at the Eden Gardens
Posted on : 2017-11-19 07:42:02
Brunt, Sciver make it 1-1 in T20I series
The Ashes may have been lost but England have an opportunity to inflict a fifth successive T20I series loss on Australia at home
Posted on : 2017-11-19 07:06:07
Better the Marsh we know - Lehmann
Shaun Marsh's ability to play match-winning innings in the past and his experience pressed his case for an Ashes selection, even as other batsmen failed to cope with the pressure of vying for a spot in the squad
Posted on : 2017-11-19 06:52:52
Herath's cameo stretches handy Sri Lanka lead
Mohammed Shami, on his home ground, rattled through Sri Lanka's middle order on a grassy pitch to restrict Sri Lanka's lead to 91 at lunch on the fourth day of the Kolkata Test
Posted on : 2017-11-19 06:22:29
Dilruwan survives after unusual review
After being adjudged lbw Dilruwan turned around and began walking back towards the dressing room, only to turn around and ask for a review, and the decision was overturned after replays suggested the ball had hit outside the line of off stump
Posted on : 2017-11-19 05:56:04
Bayliss voices concern about substandard preparation
Trevor Bayliss has called on CA and the ECB to "get together" to ensure a better standard of preparation for both teams on Ashes tours
Posted on : 2017-11-18 23:15:05
Pollard and Afridi combine to flatten Rajshahi
It was Evin Lewis, though, who laid a platform for Dhaka Dynamites' big win, with 64 off 38 at the top of the order
Posted on : 2017-11-18 16:41:47
Mahedi, Rashid spin Comilla to fourth successive win
Comilla Victorians' spin duo of Mahedi Hasan and Rashid Khan returned combined figures of 4 for 34 in eight overs to fire their team to a fourth successive win in the 2017-18 BPL and rise to second spot on the table
Posted on : 2017-11-18 16:33:07
'It's about runs on such pitches' - Mathews
'Fifties won't take us anywhere, we will need hundreds on this pitch, says Sri Lanka batsman
Posted on : 2017-11-18 14:17:39
Delhi thrive after Nitish Rana's career best 174
The 23-year old batsman had wondered why he couldn't bat long in his first season of the Ranji Trophy. Now, he has a monumental score next to his name
Posted on : 2017-11-18 13:39:51
Lower order rally helps Saurashtra eke out lead
Gujarat open up 297-run advantage over Rajasthan, bowlers keep Kerala in the hunt and J&K in the hunt for first-innings lead
Posted on : 2017-11-18 13:12:02
Bengal, Vidarbha power ahead
Jaffer, Ramaswamy help Vidarbha dominate, Bengal's Abhishek Raman one short of second 150 plus score this season
Posted on : 2017-11-18 12:59:18
Shehzad helps Lahore Blues edge Peshawar in thriller
A quickfire half-century from Ahmed Shehzad provided just enough for the Lahore Blues bowlers to defend in Rawalpindi
Posted on : 2017-11-18 12:05:54
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