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2012 shadow no dampener

Enthusiasts at Lord's wore a quizzical look on Wednesday afternoon. They were on a hallowed turf, but the action before them was of England archers honing their skills. Sanjjeev Karan Samyal reports.

Build-up talk is of no relevance

Apart from the Ashes, the India series is the most keenly anticipated one in recent years. As...

Captains disagree on ball-tracking technology

England captain Andrew Strauss expressed reservations today about the decision to dispense with...

The Colonel sounds out Sachin on Lord’s challenge

If Sachin Tendulkar had an option to select the venue for his 100th international century, it...
1st Test - England v India
Thu Jul 21 - Mon Jul 25 , 2011 (10:00 GMT | 11:00 local 15:30 IST)
2st Test - England v India
Fri Jul 29 - Tue Aug 2,2011 (10:00 GMT | 11:00 local 15:30 IST)
3rd Test - England v India
Wed Aug 10 - Sun Aug 14,2011 (10:00 GMT | 11:00 local 15:30 IST)
4th Test - England v India
Thu Aug 18 - Mon Aug 22, 2011 (10:00 GMT | 11:00 local 15:30 IST)
Only T20I - England v India
Wed Aug 31, 2011 (17:00 GMT | 18:00 local 22:30 IST)
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'India series as big as Ashes'

Andrew Strauss
England Test captain Andrew Strauss considers the upcoming series against India as tough as the historic Ashes but is banking on home advantage to upstage the world's number one side.

Zaheer taunts 'doubting' Strauss

‘I am not English, said  Pietersen’

Big Picture
Give England an inch at home, and they will snatch a yard

Harbhajan Singh5
The heart pounds, the pulse rate jumps, the stomach quivers and the mind braces in anticipation of a contest that has all the ingredients that make Test cricket a feast to be savoured long after the last ball has been bowled. Pradeep magazine writes.

India will miss Sehwag's early attack

Occasionally fate serves up a delightful twist to an already irresistible contest. The India versus England series, the Lord’s Test in particular, is one such example, writes Ian Chappell.

Sophia Gardens, Cathedral Road, Cardiff, Wales

Sophia Gardens, currently known as SWALEC Stadium under a naming rights deal...

Riverside Ground,Chester-le-Street, England

The Riverside Ground, officially called the Emirates Durham International Cricket Ground...

County Ground, Nevil Road, Bishopston, Bristol

The County Cricket Ground (also known as Nevil Road) is a cricket venue in Bristol, England...

Edgbaston Birmingham, England

County Cricket Ground, Edgbaston Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham...

The Oval Cricket Ground, Kennington, London

The Oval, is an international cricket ground in Kennington...

Lord's Cricket Ground, St John's Wood, London

Lord's Cricket Ground (generally known as Lord's) is a cricket venue...

Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Talbot Road, Manchester

Old Trafford is a cricket ground situated on Talbot Road Old Trafford...

The Rose Bowl Southampton, England

The Rose Bowl is an English cricket ground used for county, One Day International...

Trent Bridge, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

Trent Bridge is a Test, One-day international and County cricket ground located...

Broad, Dravid, Singh shine bright at Nottingham Test