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The Indian Express Virat Kohli and Jasprit Bumrah (Source: Reuters) India captain Virat Kohli and pace spearhead Jasprit Bumrah are set to be rested for the limited overs series against the West Indies, scheduled in the United States and the Caribbean, starting August 3. Kohli and Bumrah will, however, be back for the two-Test series which is a par
SOUTHAMPTON, England,  (Reuters) – India’s Mohammed Shami made a fairytale World Cup debut with a final over hat-trick but it was team mate Jasprit Bumrah who produced an extraordinary display of virtuoso bowling in Saturday’s narrow escape against Afghanistan. In a supreme display of control and accuracy, Bumrah kept lobbing the white Kookabu
Tamim Iqbal Bangladesh are not giving up their semi-final hopes just yet. That’s what Tamim Iqbal has said, despite his team’s chances of getting there coming down significantly following a 48-run loss to Australia. Having lost to England and New Zealand too, Bangladesh not only have to win their three remaining games but also hope other results go
The Interim Selection Panel of Cricket West Indies has named West Indies “A” One-Day International and Test (four-day) squads for the India “A” Tour of the West Indies which starts next month. Romario Shepherd The “A” squads comprise a combination of players with international match experience: as in Kraigg Brathwaite and Roston Chase, and excellen
Rohit Sharma MANCHESTER, England,  (Reuters) – India extended their unblemished World Cup record against Pakistan after Rohit Sharma’s century and tidy bowling secured their 89-run victory via the Duckworth-Lewis method in the tournament’s most anticipated group match yesterday. Put into bat in a stop-start, rain-hit match, India posted a comm
India captain Virat Kohli's focus turned to Pakistan immediately after his side's match against New Zealand was abandoned without a ball being bowled on Thursday. India face Pakistan at Old Trafford on Sunday in a match which is likely to draw a global television audience of one billion. "It's an opportunity to create excitement," said Kohli, 30. "
Lasith Malinga will leave the Sri Lankan team following their World Cup Game against Bangladesh, which will be played in Bristol on Tuesday, 11 June, following the death of his mother-in-law. Malinga, however, is expected to be back for Sri Lanka's next game, against Australia, which will be played on 15 June.  The fast bowler is seen as cruci
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