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India Tour of South Africa 2013
India-SA 2nd Test: after the high, it’s a fight to the finish
Faf’s catch, like his century at the Wanderers last week, has raised South Africa’s hopes of a victory in a rain-interrupted Test as India face the task of batting out the entire fifth day to be able to leave the shores with their heads held high.
Kallis makes century in final Test, SA 500 all out; India 68/2
A farewell century by Jacques Kallis and a thumping half-century by tailender Robin Peterson gave...
Elusive sun spells misfortune for India
It was a day to enjoy the game in the open stands, but not one India seamers were looking forward...
South Africa 299 for five at the end of third day's play
South Africa were 299 for five, 35 runs behind India's first innings total of 334, at the end of...
South Africa's JP Duminy is bowled for 5 runs during the final day of the first Test against India at the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg. (AP Photo)
India vs SA first Test: Day 4
India vs South Africa, First Test: Day 3
India vs SA: 1st Test, Day 1
2nd ODI: SA thrash India, win series
Date and Time
ODI 1 - India vs South Africa
Thr Dec 05, 2013 14:30 local | 12:30 GMT
ODI 2 - India vs South Africa
Sun Dec 08, 2013 14:30 local | 12:30 GMT
ODI 3 - India vs South Africa
Wed Dec 11, 2013 14:30 local | 12:30 GMT
Test 1 - India vs South Africa
Wed Dec 18, 2013 10:30 local | 08:30 GMT
Test 2 - India vs South Africa
Thr Dec 26, 2013 10:30 local | 08:30 GMT
Kohli steps into Sachin's shoes with classy century at No. 4
Zaheer Khan: Seeking fresh spring in those old steps
India must learn from ODI defeats, says Dhoni
Bowlers have Dawes in a spot
South Africa name unchanged squad for India Tests
Rahane shows shades of Laxman
Before the Test series began, the bet was on how quickly the games would end, and allow leisure time for the players, officials, commentators and even correspondents.
Batting for the Mahatma
columns and interviews
interview | Barry Richards
It's important to perform abroad and earn respect: Barry Richards
In an interview, Barry Richards tells HT that India must stop seeking a high ranking through easy home wins and instead find credibility by winning full Test series against major rivals abroad.
Smart strokeplay the best way to tackle intimidating quicks
England are currently being discomforted by it and India are about to be confronted by a batsman's greatest challenge; the trial by pace. It's a challenge most dread and very few relish writes Ian Chappell.