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HindustanTimes Thu,18 Sep 2014

India vs England 2011: News

England land in Hyderabad to a rousing welcome

The England cricket team arrived here Tuesday for a five-match one-day series and a Twenty20 game against India. The first one-day international is scheduled to be played here on Oct 14.


Hoping to make fresh vigour count

The last time England played a one-day series in India and lost all matches, Kevin Pietersen had scored an unbeaten century. That was in November 2008 in Cuttack, the night of the Mumbai terror attacks that curtailed a seven-match series to five. Nilankur Das reports.

Gadgets fine-tuning England’s success

Visitors' rise to the top has been aided by the able use of technology, Nilankur Das reports. The machines are winning

England ready to change script in India

England will look to improve on their dismal one-day record in India when they clash with the injury-ravaged world champions in a five-match series starting Friday.

India hope to make amends for the drubbing in England

India will aim to bury the ghosts of their humiliating English summer when they take on a confident England side in the first of what is being touted as a revenge five-match ODI cricket series starting in Hyderabad tomorrow.

Just matter of time before Harbhajan returns: Sehwag

Dashing opener Virender Sehwag today backed his axed and out-of-form teammate Harbhajan Singh, saying it is "just a matter of time" before the off-spinner gets back in form to regain his place in the Indian team.

New ICC ODI rules are a bit tricky: MS Dhoni

Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni termed the new rules for ODIs set by the ICC as "tricky" and said that getting reverse swing could be a problem as two new balls will be in use from both ends.

Series will be a massive challenge: Cook

England captain Alastair Cook feels his team will have a tough challenge on hand when it takes on India in their five-match One-Day International series, beginning in Hyderabad tomorrow.

Skippers figuring out new Powerplay equations

Powerplays will now have to be taken between the 16th and the 40th overs, which would leave another 10 overs to tackle. Nilankur Das writes.

1st ODI: India's 126-run victory after 125 days

India were taking baby steps in their path to revival after a resounding 126-run win as MS Dhoni's men won first one-dayer to snap their losing streak against England. Nilankur Das reports. Scorecard | In pics

1st ODI starts on wrong foot with NEO, Prasar Bharati tussle

A tussle between NEO Sports Broadcast Pvt Ltd and Prasar Bharati over bank guarantee for the live telecast of the India-England One-Day international series resulted in no coverage of the first 1.4 overs of the first match today.tussle

We were outplayed but will come back, says Cook

England captain Alastair Cook admitted that his side was "outplayed" by India in the first ODI here but insisted that the visitors have the self belief to come back strongly in the five-match cricket series.

This innings was well-calculated: Dhoni

Back in form with a match-winning knock against England, Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni said the unbeaten 87 in the opening ODI here was one of his most "precious and well-calculated" knocks.

Dew drops on the captain's plate

To predict whether there will be dew in the evenings is very difficult at this time of the year and Dhoni feels it has made the whole series very tricky. Nilankur Das reports.

Changing weather can dictate course of second ODI at Kotla

The mid-October winter tinge can be dicey for day-night cricket in the capital with the dew factor giving the coin a real toss when India square up to England tomorrow in the second of the five match One-day series, already one-up.
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