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India continue to be in a fix over number six

As India held their final training session on Monday evening in the short camp for the Australia Test series, almost every player in the squad got to bat with the pacers bringing up the final batch. N Ananthanarayanan reports. Games Aussies play


Injured Australian pacer Bird ruled out of India Test series

Injured Australian speedster Jackson Bird has been ruled out of the remaining three Test matches...

India, Australia teams arrive in Hyderabad for 2nd Test

The cricket teams of India and Australia arrived in Hyderbad amid tight security today for the...

Dazed Aussies grapple with Dhoni hangover

From Australia captain's comments at the presentation ceremony and the media conference later, it...

teams & players profile

Team Facts
  • Coach: Duncan Fletcher
  • Captain:Mahendra Singh Dhoni
Date and Time
1st Test - India vs Australia
Fri Feb 22, 2013    04:00 GMT | 09:30 Local | 9:30AM IST
2nd Test - India vs Australia
Sat Mar 2, 2013    04:00 GMT | 09:30 Local | 9:30AM IST
3rd Test - India vs Australia
Thu Mar 14, 2013    04:00 GMT | 09:30 Local | 9:30AM IST
4th Test - India vs Australia
Fri Mar 22, 2013    04:00 GMT | 09:30 Local | 9:30AM IST

For Oz series, Viru gets focus right

Dropped from the India one-day squad in January and working to regain form, Virender Sehwag has started seeing things differently.

Team India is on the wane and vulnerable: Geoff Lawson

‘No guarantee about spinners’ impact’

Spin-starved Aussies pin hopes on pacers

Going back to basics can help him come back

Virender Sehwag
Perform or perish, the message for Sehwag had been unambiguous for a long time, more so before the start of the ongoing Test series. The latter is what has been decided for him, at least for now. He must go, the selectors have unequivocally ordered, and justifiably so, for his Test records in the recent past haven’t been impressive.  Aakash Chopra writes.

Reinvigorated India skipper’s sternest test yet to come

Watching Dhoni captain India over the last couple of years, a psychologist would probably describe his performance as schizophrenic. Ian Chappell writes. Ian says