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'We definitely believe': India's chance to match Bradman

'We definitely believe': India's chance to match Bradman

Don Bradman's Australians in 1936-37 are the only team to overcome a 2-0 Test series deficit. India now have a chance to join them.

  • by Ian Chadband

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Dominant India leave England needing record run chase

Dominant India leave England needing record run chase

England will need to set a record for the highest successful fourth-innings chase if they are to win the third Test against India.

India seize control after spectacular England batting collapse

India seize control after spectacular England batting collapse

India have taken complete control of the third Test against England to reignite the series, taking all 10 wickets in one session.

Kohli shines as India fight hard in third Test against England

Kohli shines as India fight hard in third Test against England

Virat Kohli led the way once again as India battled to a competitive start on day one of the third Test against England.

  • by Ian Chadband
Brilliant Kohli takes his chances to lift up India
England

Brilliant Kohli takes his chances to lift up India

Virat Kohli rode his luck before delivering a batting exhibition in a brilliant innings of 149 to keep India in sight of England on a gripping second day of the first Test.

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India say no to day-night Test in Adelaide this year
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India say no to day-night Test in Adelaide this year

The BCCI has reinforced its might and told Cricket Australia it will not play a day-night Test in Adelaide.

  • by Jon Pierik
India skipper Kohli signs with Surrey, will miss Afghanistan Test
Afghanistan

India skipper Kohli signs with Surrey, will miss Afghanistan Test

India captain Virat Kohli has signed a one month deal to represent English county side Surrey in June.

Finch records second-straight golden duck in IPL
India

Finch records second-straight golden duck in IPL

The Super Kings nearly pulled off a third successive last-over victory before finishing on 5-193 with Dhoni, braving back pain, unbeaten on 79 off 44 balls with six fours and five sixes on Sunday.