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Sarwan dropped from WI squad for tri-series

Senior batsman Ramnarseh Sarwan has been dropped from the 13-member West Indies cricket squad for the first three matches of their ODI tri-series against India and Sri Lanka starting June 28.

West Indies, Sri Lanka out to challenge champions India

With India enjoying an additional 48 hours to bask in the glory of their Champions Trophy triumph, West Indies and Sri Lanka get the Tri-Nation One-Day International Series underway form tomorrow at Sabina Park.

Indian team arrives in West Indies for tri-series

Fresh from its Champions Trophy triumph in England, an upbeat Indian cricket team landed in Kingston today to compete in an ODI tri-series against the West Indies and Sri Lanka starting tomorrow.

Dhoni loves Kingston's beautiful sunny morning

Far away from the rain, cold and high winds of England, captain MS Dhoni was pleased to finally wake up to a “beautiful sunny morning” across the Atlantic.

No Champions Trophy hangover, insists Dhoni

It has not even been a week since India won the Champions Trophy but captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni said the team is done with the celebrations and firmly focussed on the tri-series against West Indies and Sri Lanka starting in Kingston today.

Veteran Mahela still a vital cog in Sri Lanka batting

 Mahela Jayawardene is one of those cricketers who despite a wealth of talent, hasn't been as successful in the shorter format of the game --- having only 15 ODI centuries to his name as compared to 31 in Tests. Somshuvra Laha reports.

Burden of expectation no dampener for Dhoni, Co

There is this tendency to associate the India's fortunes with a billion hopes. But the truth is that even a few hundred can make life difficult for MS Dhoni and his boys. Somshuvra Laha reports.

Gayle blasts ton as Windies start campaign with easy win

Opener Chris Gayle was at his attacking best as he smashed a 100-ball 109 to fashion an easy six-wicket victory for the West Indies against Sri Lanka in the opening match of the Tri-nation One-Day series in Kingston.

Tri-series opener: Upbeat India ready to take on West Indies

On a roll after their Champions Trophy triumph, the Indian cricket team would aim to continue the unbeaten run when they take on the West Indies, who would be eyeing revenge, in their opening clash of the tri-nation ODI series, Kingston tomorrow.

India plot strategy over juicy mangoes

A calm dressing room translates into a confident performance on the field. India right now are in that zone.

Gayle’s ton guides WI to win in opener

Chris Gayle notched his first one-day hundred against SL as he led WI to a six-wicket victory in the opening match of the three-nation international series at Sabina Park yesterday.

India crawl at Kingston, limp to 229/7

The Indian team limped to a total of 229 for the loss of seven wickets in their 50 overs after being sent in to bat first by West Indies. Somshuvra Laha reports. Scorecard

West Indies beat India by one wicket in an exciting finish

Kemar Roach got himself the perfect birthday present as he guided West Indies to a thrilling one-wicket victory over India in a nail-biting encounter of the Celkon Mobile Cup Tri-Series in Kingston on Sunday.

Injured Dhoni ruled out of tri-series

India were dealt a double blow as they went down to the West Indies by one wicket in a nail-biting Sunday entertainer and also lost captain MS Dhoni for the rest of the series. Somshuvra Laha reports.

India, Sri Lanka enter tri-nation series fray

India and Sri Lanka go in search of their first points of the Tri-Nation Series when they meet on Tuesday at Sabina Park as the first phase of the competition reaches halfway point.

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