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India vs Australia 2011: News

Rain stops play in first T20 against Australia

Rain stopped play midway through the first Twenty20 international between India and Australia on Wednesday at the Sydney Olympic stadium. Scorecard

Format changes, fortune doesn't

India's wait for a win on a horror tour to Australia continues as the visitors succumbed to a 31-run loss in the first T20 international at the Olympic Park Stadium in Sydney today. Rohit Bhaskar reports. Gritty at 40

Dhoni puts up brave face after loss in T20 opener

Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Wednesday put up a brave face after his side slumped to yet another defeat with a 31-run thrashing in the Twenty20 International, saying "there is always a tomorrow".

Opting to field backfired, says Dhoni

MS Dhoni said his decision to field in the first T20 International against Australia backfired.

Australia look for T20 clean sweep

Australia all-rounder David Hussey, who played a big part in his team’s facile 31-run victory over India in Sydney on Wednesday night, is looking for a perfect game to make it 2-0 in the second Twenty20 international at the MCG in Melbourne on Friday.

After a long wait, Rohit's first big chance goes abegging

When the wait finally ended for Rohit Sharma at Sydney's Olympic Stadium, it turned out to be an anti-climax, which had shades of déjà vu. Rohit Bhaskar reports.

Finally, India beat Australia

The seven-month long overseas winless streak ends as Dhoni & Co. beat Aus by 8 wickets in the final Twenty20. Rohit Bhaskar reports. Scorecard | Pics | Quote unquote

Keep up never-say-die attitude for tri-series: Gavaskar

India's impressive fielding performance in the second Twenty20 International in Melbourne came in for praise from former captain Sunil Gavaskar, who said the visitors' should carry the never-say-die attitude in the ODI triangular-series starting on Sunday.

Victory is what they want

The ODI squad will be desperate to make up for the Test debacle, and start on a winning note on Sunday, Amol Karhadkar writes. Match reckoner

Not the way champs play

World champions go down in the tri-series opener against Australia by 65 runs in a rain-truncated match. Amol Karhadkar reports. Scorecard

Dhoni blames bowlers for tame defeat against Australia

Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni was scathing in his criticism of his bowlers for bowling too many loose deliveries against Australia as they lost the first match of the one-day series at the MCG today. Australia beat India by 65 runs in 1st ODI

Sehwag makes way for Sharma

When Sehwag, who has been off-colour in the series so far, wasn't included for the tri-series opener, doubts were raised about his fitness. Amol Karhadkar reports.

'India suffering because of weak bowling & fielding'

Former Australian batsman Dean Jones believes India's bowling and fielding could be brutally exposed in the ongoing ODI tri-series against Australia and Sri Lanka.

Not quite in the loop

After his dream debut against the West Indies, Ashwin's poor form in Australia has the team worried. Amol Karhadkar reports. Ashwin in recent times

India await tough Sri Lanka test tomorrow in ODI series

Plagued by poor batting form for long, a jittery India will need to strike the right combination and lift the standard of their game as they strive to bring their ODI tri-series campaign back on track when they take on Sri Lanka at WACA tomorrow.
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