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India vs England 2011: News
We will like to end the series on a good note: Dhoni
Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, after his side's six-wicket win over England, said they have improved as a fielding unit and will like to wrap up the five-match ODI series on a high.
Blues again: No mercy, no respite
Blues ruled Manchester. Blues ruled Mumbai. The day when City pumped in six past United in the Super Sunday EPL derby, India registered a six-wicket win over England at the Wankhede Stadium.
Burst of raw speed after the wait
When Varun Aaron conceded 34 runs in three overs in his first game with the Indian team against a second string Leicestershire, everyone was wondering 'what's the fuss about the 153kph delivery he bowled in a domestic game'.
Sanjjeev Karan Samyal
Looking for Mumbai high
Battle for pride may sound clichéd but India are now used to the term. England seek to save face while India aim to deliver another punch at the Wankhede Stadium.
Sachin’s absence may hurt ticket sales
Wankhede Stadium regulars will find something major amiss in Sunday's one-day game. For the first time since he began his international career in 1989, they will miss the familiar figure of Sachin Tendulkar in India colours at the venue.
Sanjjeev Karan Samyal
India ride on the power of youth
A squad with as many as 10 players who are 25 years or under is beating the living daylights out of England. Yet, most of them know when the seniors are fit and ready to go again, they would have to make way.
Series in grasp, India will aim to maintain stranglehold
The series may be in their grasp, but India are unlikely to take their feet off the pedal when they take on a hapless England in the fourth ODI to push for a whitewash in the five-match ODI series on Sunday.
What goes around comes around, says Yuvraj Singh
Dashing middle-order batsman Yuvraj Singh on Friday took a dig at the English players and the media for their utterances during India's disastrous tour of England, saying they should be careful of what they speak.
Despite leeway, Dhoni keeps the spirit alive
India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni sought out the English media at the post-match conference in Mohali on Thursday night.
England paceman Bresnan fined for dissent
England fast bowler Tim Bresnan has been fined 7.5% of his match fee for showing dissent during Thursday's one-day international against India in Mohali.
Paceman Umesh Yadav out of ODI series due to hand injury
Paceman Umesh Yadav has been ruled out of the remaining two one-day internationals against England after suffering a hand injury during the match in Mohali.
Poor fielding did us in: Cook
England captain Alastair Cook has blamed sloppy fielding for his side's drubbing at the hands of rampaging India in the ongoing series, which they have lost after biting dust in the third ODI Mohali.
India beat England by five wickets, clinch ODI series
An unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series means India have taken a big step on their path to redemption, with the nightmares of drubbing for two-and-a-half months by the same opponents away from home pushed back to the sub-conscious.
Graphics: India beat Eng
Dhoni praises top order after series win over England
India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Thursday praised his top-order batsmen for taking the home side to a series-clinching five-wicket victory over England in the third one-dayer here.
Despite loss, England solve their batting dilemma
Till Thursday, it was baffling to see Ian Bell on the bench. After two successive batting failures in Hyderabad and Delhi, voices outside the England think-tank were growing louder to include the Warwickshire batsman in the playing eleven.
India beat England by 5 wickets, clinch ODI series
Sachin was in self doubt: Greg Chappell
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