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Ishant Sharma ruled out of fourth Test against England

Fast bowler Ishant Sharma will miss the fourth Test against England at Old Trafford as he is still recuperating from an ankle injury, India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni said on Thursday.

Naman Ojha selected for the India Test team in England

Riding on stellar form, Madhya Pradesh wicketkeeper-batsman Naman Ojha has been selected for the Indian Test squad that is currently touring England for the five-match Investec Test.

England vs India 3rd Test: Visitors lose by 266 runs

Moeen Ali ended with a 6-wicket haul in the 2nd innings at England to beat India by 266 runs in the 3rd Test at Southampton. The five Test series is now level at 1-1.

Kallis is one of greatest all-rounders in cricket history: ICC

In a rich tribute to Jaques Kallis,ICC chief executive David Richardson on Thursday said the legendary South African all-rounder will be remembered for his consistency with both bat and ball in all formats of the game.

New Zealand moves to make match fixing a crime

New Zealand lawmakers have unanimously supported legislation which would make match fixing a criminal offense in time for next year's Cricket World Cup.

Kallis quits ODI cricket months before World Cup

South Africa's Jacques Kallis has surprisingly decided to call time on his international limited overs career six months before the World Cup. The 38-year-old allrounder retired from Test cricket last year.

Day 4: Buoyant England put India on the brink; end day at 112/4

Chasing an improbable target of 445 to win, India ended their day at 112 for 4 after England's spinners Moeen Ali and Joe Root snapped up 3 Indian wickets. England had declared after scoring 205 for 4.

Hughes put aside personal grief, makes Australia case with one-day 200

Australia batsman Phil Hughes, who put aside personal grief with a record unbeaten double century in an A match against South Africa on Tuesday, is happy to let his runs do the talking as he presses his case for an international recall.

England's Moeen Ali barred from wearing Gaza wristbands

England's Moeen Ali has been warned by world cricket chiefs not to wear wristbands declaring his support for the people of Gaza again during international matches.

Malinga opts for Mumbai Indians over Sri Lankan team in CLT20

Lasith Malinga has chosen Mumbai Indians over his Sri Lankan side, Southern Express in the Champions League Twenty20 cricket tournament, scheduled to be played in September.

Day 3: No fight or gameplan, a mountain to climb for India

There's a thin line between confidence and cockiness. Batting with the air of prima donnas, the India batsmen put up a shoddy display to hand the advantage to England in the third Test on Tuesday.

Injuries raise questions on Ishant Sharma's longevity

So sharp and incisive less than a week ago, India's bowlers were unrecognisable in how they turned up at Southampton. The impact of losing the leader of the pack was there for all to see.

Indian batsmen face daunting task in Southampton Test

India finished the second day of the third Test in Southampton at 25 for the loss of one wicket after England declared their first innings at 569 for seven. Shikhar Dhawan was the only Indian wicket to fall, with James Anderson dismissing him for 6.

ICC investigates England cricketer Moeen Ali's Gaza wristbands

England cricketer Moeen Ali risked disciplinary action after the ICC said they were 'investigating' his decision to wear wristbands in support of Gaza during the third Test match against India in Southampton on Monday.

Alastair Cook delighted to be back in striking form

England captain Alastair Cook was a relieved man after finally striking form to end a prolonged lean run even though he was disappointed not to get a hundred on the opening day of the third Test against India in Southampton.
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