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India to face New Zealand in the ICC WTC Final(Twitter)

Southampton's Ageas Bowl to host ICC WTC final between India and New Zealand

ANI | , New Delhi
UPDATED ON MAR 08, 2021 07:00 PM IST
Team India on Saturday roared into the final of the inaugural edition of the WTC following an emphatic 3-1 series win over England.
James Anderson(Getty Images)
James Anderson(Getty Images)

James Anderson becomes first fast bowler to pick 600 Test wickets

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By hindustantimes.com
UPDATED ON AUG 25, 2020 09:25 PM IST
England vs Pakistan: Anderson, 38, who started the third Test at the Ageas Bowl seven wickets away from the feat, dismissed Pakistan batsman Azhar Ali for the milestone on Day 5
Zak Crawley (L) and Jos Buttler walk off the field at stumps on Day 1(AP Photo)
Zak Crawley (L) and Jos Buttler walk off the field at stumps on Day 1(AP Photo)

3rd Test: Crawley maiden ton, Buttler fifty run Pakistan ragged

By Associated Press
UPDATED ON AUG 21, 2020 11:48 PM IST
England closed on 332/4, with the fifth-wicket stand between Crawley and Buttler (87) worth 205 and Pakistan’s bowlers looking demoralized in the isolated environment of the Ageas Bowl.
The Ageas Bowl in Southampton continues to wear a gloomy look(Getty Images)
The Ageas Bowl in Southampton continues to wear a gloomy look(Getty Images)

England vs Pakistan, 2nd Test Day 3, Highlights: Wet weather abandons play

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By hindustantimes.com
UPDATED ON AUG 15, 2020 10:28 PM IST

England vs Pakistan live score 2nd Test Day 3: Wet weather has washed out Day 3 of the second Test between England and Pakistan in Southampton. After constant drizzling which led to an extremely wet outfield, the umpires, after a couple of inspections, decided to call off play for the day. When play resumes on Day 4, England will aim to wrap up Pakistan early and then aim to bat well take the first innings lead. Earlier, Pakistan wicket-keeper Mohammad Rizwan scored a valuable half-century on Day 2 too take Pakistan over 200. He was unbeaten on 60 along with No.11 Naseem Shah as Pakistan reached 223 for 9 when bad light forced an early stumps on Day 2. Follow England vs Pakistan 2nd Test Day 2 live updates:

England's captain Eoin Morgan, left, shakes hands with Australia's captain Aaron Finch, right.(AP)
England's captain Eoin Morgan, left, shakes hands with Australia's captain Aaron Finch, right.(AP)

ECB announce dates for England vs Australia limited-overs series

Hindustan Times, Delhi | By hindustantimes.com
UPDATED ON AUG 14, 2020 12:38 PM IST
England were due to host the Aussies in July but the series was postponed due to Covid-19 lockdowns. Now the three-match ODI and T20 series will be played in at the start of September and would continue till mid-September.
Dom Sibley drives.(Getty Images)
Dom Sibley drives.(Getty Images)

England players must raise game in Stokes’ absence: Dom Sibley

By Reuters
UPDATED ON AUG 11, 2020 08:23 PM IST
Stokes has been ruled out of the two matches at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton for family reasons and the England and Wales Cricket Board said he would shortly fly to New Zealand
Representational image.(Getty Images)
Representational image.(Getty Images)

England’s Dan Lawrence exits bio-secure bubble after family bereavement

Southampton | By Press Trust of India
UPDATED ON AUG 11, 2020 11:18 AM IST
Star all-rounder Ben Stokes is also out of the remainder of the three-match Test series due to family reasons. England have said they will not call up any replacements .
Representational image.(Getty Images)
Representational image.(Getty Images)

Ireland raise white-ball visibility concerns against light coloured seats at Ageas Bowl

Ireland | By Press Trust of India
PUBLISHED ON JUL 25, 2020 03:48 PM IST
Ireland head coach Graham Ford expressed concern following the team’s intra-squad practice game where the players found it difficult to spot the white ball due to the light colour of the seats in the stadium.
England's James Anderson, right, reacts after dismissing West Indies' John Campbell, left, during the second day of the first cricket Test match between England and West Indies, at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, England, Thursday, July 9, 2020.(AP)
England's James Anderson, right, reacts after dismissing West Indies' John Campbell, left, during the second day of the first cricket Test match between England and West Indies, at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, England, Thursday, July 9, 2020.(AP)

England vs West Indies, 1st Test, Day 2 highlights: West Indies 57/1 at stumps, trail England by 147 runs

Hindustan Times, Delhi | By hindustantimes.com
UPDATED ON JUL 09, 2020 11:39 PM IST
England vs West Indies Updates, 1st Test, Day 2 at Ageas Bowl in Southampton: Follow updates of England vs West Indies (ENG vs WI) 1st Test Day 2.
England's Rory Burns, left, and Joe Denly leave the field at tea during the first day of the 1st cricket Test match between England and West Indies, at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, England, Wednesday July 8, 2020.(AP)
England's Rory Burns, left, and Joe Denly leave the field at tea during the first day of the 1st cricket Test match between England and West Indies, at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, England, Wednesday July 8, 2020.(AP)

England vs West Indies 1st Test: Rain allows only 17.4 overs on cricket’s return

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Abhishek Paul
UPDATED ON JUL 08, 2020 11:34 PM IST
The dark clouds that hung over Southampton on Wednesday ensured the England and Wales Cricket Board’s (ECB) attempt to resume international cricket began on a damp note, making only 17.4 overs possible in which the hosts reached 35/1.
England captain Ben Stokes, right, and West Indies' captain Jason Holder, left, watch the coin before Stoke won the toss on the first day of the 1st cricket Test match between England and West Indies, at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, England, Wednesday July 8, 2020.(AP)
England captain Ben Stokes, right, and West Indies' captain Jason Holder, left, watch the coin before Stoke won the toss on the first day of the 1st cricket Test match between England and West Indies, at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, England, Wednesday July 8, 2020.(AP)

Sanitize those hands: Broadcaster jokes to Ben Stokes after Jason Holder forgets no handshake practice

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By hindustantimes.com
UPDATED ON JUL 08, 2020 08:28 PM IST
Thankfully, Stokes stuck his elbow out and both the captains had a laugh after the toss which England won and chose to bat first as cricket ushered in the new dawn in Test cricket after the Covid-19 pandemic.
England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler during a nets session at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, England, Tuesday July 7, 2020. England are scheduled to play West Indies in their first Test match on July 8-12. (Stu Forster/Agency Pool)(AP)
England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler during a nets session at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, England, Tuesday July 7, 2020. England are scheduled to play West Indies in their first Test match on July 8-12. (Stu Forster/Agency Pool)(AP)

England vs West Indies 1st Test: Southampton Weather and Pitch Report - Will rain spoil return of cricket?

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By hindustantimes.com
UPDATED ON JUL 08, 2020 07:27 AM IST
The Test series will be played with the new Covid-19 guidelines approved by the ICC, and it will be interesting to see how the players adapt to the new rules
Southampton: England captain Ben Stokes takes a catch in the slips during a nets session at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, England, Tuesday July 7, 2020. England are scheduled to play West Indies in their first Test match on July 8-12. AP/PTI(AP07-07-2020_000172B)(AP)
Southampton: England captain Ben Stokes takes a catch in the slips during a nets session at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, England, Tuesday July 7, 2020. England are scheduled to play West Indies in their first Test match on July 8-12. AP/PTI(AP07-07-2020_000172B)(AP)

England vs West Indies 1st Test: Fiery pace battle in empty stadium

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Abhishek Paul
UPDATED ON JUL 08, 2020 07:08 AM IST
Stokes, the world No. 2 Test all-rounder, put things in perspective before going into the three-match contest against a West Indies team captained by the No. 1 Test all-rounder Jason Holder.
West Indies' bowler Kemar Roach appeals during day one of the first Test cricket match.(AP)
West Indies' bowler Kemar Roach appeals during day one of the first Test cricket match.(AP)

England tour our biggest series, it’s like the Ashes for us: Kemar Roach

Manchester | By Press Trust of India
UPDATED ON JUL 05, 2020 05:57 PM IST
The opening Test at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, starting Wednesday, will be the first international cricket contest since March when the coronavirus outbreak halted all sporting action.
England's Sam Curran in action.(REUTERS)
England's Sam Curran in action.(REUTERS)

England’s Sam Curran tests negative for COVID-19

LONDON | By Reuters
UPDATED ON JUL 03, 2020 07:51 PM IST
The ECB said last week that a total of 702 tests were conducted from June 3-23 on players and match officials plus ECB, venue, hotel and support staff, with all of them negative.
England's Sam Curran during nets.(Action Images via Reuters)
England's Sam Curran during nets.(Action Images via Reuters)

Sam Curran not well, undergoes COVID-19 test

Southampton | By Press Trust of India
UPDATED ON JUL 02, 2020 10:55 PM IST
“He has been monitored by the team doctor throughout and was tested for COVID-19 earlier today,” the statement said, without mentioning when the result will be available.
West Indies' Jason Holder, center, and team members huddle during a training session ahead of their first Twenty20 cricket match against India, in Hyderabad.(AP)
West Indies' Jason Holder, center, and team members huddle during a training session ahead of their first Twenty20 cricket match against India, in Hyderabad.(AP)

Three Windies players refuse to travel for England series: Report

Hindustan Times, Delhi | By hindustantimes.com | Edited by Yash Bhati
UPDATED ON JUN 03, 2020 05:32 PM IST
All cricket remains suspended since March in the wake of coronavirus pandemic and the England-West Indies series is likely to kickstart the sport worldwide.
Jasprit Bumrah dismisses Hashim Amla to get his maiden World Cup wicket.(Screen Grab)
Jasprit Bumrah dismisses Hashim Amla to get his maiden World Cup wicket.(Screen Grab)

ICC World Cup 2019: Jasprit Bumrah bowls a snorter to Amla, gets maiden WC wicket - WATCH

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON MAY 20, 2020 10:30 PM IST
Hashim Amla was not as lucky as de Kock. Making a comeback into the side after recovering from an injury, Amla was sent back from the first ball he faced off Jasprit Bumrah.
Southampton : India's captain Virat Kohli dives to catch the ball during a training session ahead of their Cricket World Cup match against South Africa at Ageas Bowl in Southampton, England, Saturday, June 1, 2019(AP)
Southampton : India's captain Virat Kohli dives to catch the ball during a training session ahead of their Cricket World Cup match against South Africa at Ageas Bowl in Southampton, England, Saturday, June 1, 2019(AP)

ICC World Cup 2019: Virat Kohli injures thumb but ‘doing fine’

Southampton | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JUN 02, 2019 03:24 PM IST
The World No. 2 ranked ODI side India, go into the World Cup tipped as joint favourites along with hosts and No. 1 ranked England.
India have lost the Test series to England with one match remaining.(REUTERS)
India have lost the Test series to England with one match remaining.(REUTERS)

India vs England: Ravi Shastri questions performance of past greats while defending poor show in England

Hindustan Times, London | By N Ananthanarayanan
UPDATED ON SEP 05, 2018 10:44 PM IST
Ravi Shastri brushed aside criticism that Virat Kohli’s team is not living up to overseas challenges, after the 1-2 loss in South Africa. Kohli had said the team must learn to ‘cross the line’.
Cricket - England v India - Fourth Test - Ageas Bowl, West End, Britain - September 2, 2018 England's Joe Root shakes the hand of India's Virat Kohli after the match Action Images via Reuters/Paul Childs(REUTERS)
Cricket - England v India - Fourth Test - Ageas Bowl, West End, Britain - September 2, 2018 England's Joe Root shakes the hand of India's Virat Kohli after the match Action Images via Reuters/Paul Childs(REUTERS)

India vs England: Joe Root says was always “in control” of India’s run chase after series win

Hindustan Times, Southampton | By N Ananthanarayanan
UPDATED ON SEP 03, 2018 01:37 PM IST
England’s series win has come despite a shaky top-order batting and confusion over whether Jonny Bairstow or Jos Buttler will keep wicket going forward.
England's Moeen Ali celebrates taking the wicket of India's Ajinkya Rahane .(REUTERS)
England's Moeen Ali celebrates taking the wicket of India's Ajinkya Rahane .(REUTERS)

India vs England: Moeen Ali sends India to 60-run defeat, series loss

Hindustan Times, Southampton | By N Ananthanarayanan
UPDATED ON SEP 02, 2018 10:21 PM IST
Moeen Ali captured four wickets, including the prize scalps of Kohli and his deputy Ajinkya Rahane before finishing with a match haul of nine, as India were 184 all out chasing 245 for victory, late in the final session on Day 4.
Cricket - England v India - Fourth Test - Ageas Bowl, West End, Britain - August 31, 2018 England's Moeen Ali celebrates the wicket of India's Ishant Sharma Action(REUTERS)
Cricket - England v India - Fourth Test - Ageas Bowl, West End, Britain - August 31, 2018 England's Moeen Ali celebrates the wicket of India's Ishant Sharma Action(REUTERS)

India vs England: Moeen Ali, England primed to strike on breaking pitch, says Jos Buttler

Hindustan Times, Southampton | By N Ananthanarayanan
UPDATED ON SEP 02, 2018 12:43 PM IST
Buttler, who took over wicketkeeping from Jonny Baistow for the game, top-scored with a valuable 69, and then said the pitch had deteriorated enough for off-spinner Moeen Ali to come into play.
India don’t have a history of big successful chases in England. Of the seven Tests they have won in England, three were achieved chasing a fourth innings target(REUTERS)
India don’t have a history of big successful chases in England. Of the seven Tests they have won in England, three were achieved chasing a fourth innings target(REUTERS)

India vs England: Cheteshwar Pujara confident India will tackle Moeen on slow Southampton pitch

Hindustan Times, Southampton | By N Ananthanarayanan
UPDATED ON SEP 02, 2018 12:42 PM IST
India don’t have a history of big successful chases in England. Of the seven Tests they have won in England, three were achieved chasing a fourth innings target. Among them the best came in the famous Oval win in 1971, when they chased down 173, reaching 174/6.
England's Moeen Ali celebrates taking the wicket of India's Mohammed Shami in Southampton.(REUTERS)
England's Moeen Ali celebrates taking the wicket of India's Mohammed Shami in Southampton.(REUTERS)

India vs England: Can’t become bad player after one bad winter - Moeen Ali

Hindustan Times, Southampton | By N Ananthanarayanan
UPDATED ON SEP 01, 2018 09:58 AM IST
Moeen Ali hopes the way he has so far performed with both bat and ball during the fourth Test against India at Southampton will mark a “fresh start” to his England career.
Cheteshwar Pujara in action on Day 2 of the fourth Test between India and England.(AFP)
Cheteshwar Pujara in action on Day 2 of the fourth Test between India and England.(AFP)

India vs England: How Cheteshwar Pujara improved his game ahead of Southampton Test

Hindustan Times, Southampton | By N Ananthanarayanan
UPDATED ON SEP 01, 2018 03:38 PM IST
Cheteshwar Pujara’s unbeaten 132 on Friday helped India post 273 in the first innings and take a 27-run lead against England on the second day of the fourth Test at the Ageas Bowl.
Cheteshwar Pujara scored his 15th Test century at Southampton.(REUTERS)
Cheteshwar Pujara scored his 15th Test century at Southampton.(REUTERS)

India vs England: Cheteshwar Pujara hits brilliant century, keeps India just ahead

Hindustan Times, Southampton | By N Ananthanarayanan
UPDATED ON AUG 31, 2018 11:18 PM IST
Cheteshwar Pujara scored only his second Test outside the sub-continent, ending his wait since a 153 at Johannesburg on the 2013-14 tour, marking a turnaround in a career that has seen more dips than highs since then.
India vs England 4th Test Day 1: India faced England on Day 1 of fourth Test at Southampton.(Action Images via Reuters)
India vs England 4th Test Day 1: India faced England on Day 1 of fourth Test at Southampton.(Action Images via Reuters)

India vs England, 4th Test Day 1 at Southampton, highlights: India on top after bowlers excel - as it happened

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON AUG 31, 2018 11:12 PM IST

India were 19 without loss in reply to England’s first innings 246, a deficit of 227 runs, at stumps on the first day of the fourth Test at Southampton on Thursday. Shikhar Dhawan was three not out and KL Rahul 11 not out. England were in dire straits at 86 for six after winning the toss before Sam Curran’s Test-best 78 revived the innings. India fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah led the tourists’ attack with three wickets for 46 runs from 20 overs. India had won the third Test at Trent Bridge by 203 runs. A look at our coverage from the 5 days of high-intensity action:
Day 1: 3rd Test Day 1 at Trent Bridge, HighlightsDay 2: 3rd Test Day 2 at Trent Bridge, HighlightsDay 3: 3rd Test Day 3 at Trent Bridge, HighlightsDay 4: 3rd Test Day 4 at Trent Bridge, HighlightsDay 5: 3rd Test Day 5 at Trent Bridge, Highlights Catch all the action from Day 1 of the 4th Test between India and England here:

India's Virat Kohli during nets ahead of the fourth Test against England in Southampton.(REUTERS)
India's Virat Kohli during nets ahead of the fourth Test against England in Southampton.(REUTERS)

India vs England: Virat Kohli & Co aim to continue revival in fourth Test

Hindustan Times, Southampton | By N Ananthanarayanan
UPDATED ON AUG 29, 2018 05:36 PM IST
India will look to increase their stranglehold on hosts England to draw parity when the two teams square off for the fourth Test in Southampton on Thursday.
Shami, who has 118 wickets in 33 Tests, believes he himself has been a work in progress.(AP)
Shami, who has 118 wickets in 33 Tests, believes he himself has been a work in progress.(AP)

India vs England: India pacers have learnt watching James Anderson, says Mohammed Shami

Hindustan Times, Southampton | By N Ananthanarayanan
UPDATED ON AUG 29, 2018 01:29 PM IST
India bowlers will fancy dominating the shaky England batting line-up, having succeeded with their disciplined approach in this series.
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