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Chand, Sehwag lead Delhi with fifties Open in new window
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A round-up of the Ranji Trophy Group B matches played on December 22, 2014

Ranji Trophy: Yuvraj ton gives Punjab upperhand Open in new window
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Round-up of the Ranji Trophy matches being played in different part of the country

Bhuvneshwar gets Grade A contract; Yuvraj, Gambhir dropped Open in new window
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Pace bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar was promoted to Grade A, but Yuvraj Singh and Gautam Gambhir, who have lost favour with the selectors, were dropped from the list of BCCI's contracted players for 2014-15.

India need to guard against siege mentality Open in new window
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India can complain about the quality of practice pitches and facilities, and the standard of umpiring in Australia, but they cannot afford to take refuge in a siege mentality

Zampa heroics upstage Behrendorff brilliance Open in new window
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A MASSIVE final over six from Adam Zampa has helped the Adelaide Strikers secure an unlikely victory over the Perth Scorchers at the WACA.

BBL punter ejected, Cup officials on alert Open in new window
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CRICKET World Cup organisers have been placed on red alert after a man was ejected from BBL games for suspicious betting practices.

Burns? drop Christmas oysters for Joe Open in new window
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REG Burns, wife Grazia and older brother Dominic will fly to Melbourne to watch Joe Burns make his Aussie debut in the Boxing Day Test.

Time for Watson to earn his keep Open in new window
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IF Alanis Morissette had sung about real irony, not merely poor fortune and coincidence, surely she could not have resisted a line on Shane Watson.

Don?t bother sledging Aussies Open in new window
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FORMER Indian bowling coach Joe Dawes has pinpointed the good, bad and ugly of MS Dhoni’s struggling tourists, dooming their sledging war.

Michael Carberry throws bat at ball ? literally ? in Big Bash League Open in new window
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? Former England opener sends bat cartwheeling towards deep square leg? Big interview: Donald McRae talks to Michael CarberryTwenty20 cricket demands that batsmen throw the bat at the ball but Michael Carberry took that to a very literal level in the Big Bash League on Monday.The former England opener was on seven in the fifth over of Perth Scorchers? game against the Adelaide Strikers as Kane Williamson charged in to bowl. Carberry looked to hammer a length ball out of the ground, but could connect with only thin air and lost his grip on the bat, sending it cartwheeling away in the vague direction of backward square leg. Continue reading...

Mitch declares love for baiting batsmen Open in new window
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AUSSIE pace ace Mitchell Johnson won’t bite his tongue on Boxing Day declaring his baiting of rival batsmen will remain a part of his game.

Clarke races clock to recover for Cup Open in new window
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AUSTRALIAN captain Michael Clarke is hoping he can begin light running duties in the first week of January, as he races the World Cup clock.

Tait to ignite New Year?s Bash Open in new window
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SHAUN Tait is set to return from injury in the Adelaide Strikers’ New Year’s Eve bash against the Hobart Hurricanes.

KP to miss Stars? clash with Heat Open in new window
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KEVIN Pietersen has headed back to England for Christmas and will miss Sunday's Brisbane Heat-Melbourne Stars BBL clash at the Gabba.

Fanatical approach pays for Burns Open in new window
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JOE Burns describes himself as a massive Australian cricket fan ... who just happens to play cricket himself.

Is Pujara living up to Dravid's legacy at No 3? Open in new window
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While Cheteshwar Pujara's place in the Test side is not under any doubt, there are question marks creeping over whether he is the right batsman for the No 3 slot, especially overseas.

Akshar to replace injured Jadeja in Test squad Open in new window
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Akshar Patel, the Gujarat left-arm spinner, has been picked to replace Ravindra Jadeja in India's squad for the remainder of the Test series in Australia

LIVE: Scorchers fighting back Open in new window
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PERTH Scorchers paceman Jason Behrendorff has given his team every chance of defeating the Adelaide Strikers at the WACA. LIVE COVERAGE

Cricket-Injured Jadeja replaced by Patel in India test squad Open in new window
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MUMBAI, Dec 22 (Reuters) - India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has been ruled out of the remaining two tests in Australia with a shoulder injury and will be replaced by uncapped left-arm spinner Akshar Patel, the country's cricket board (BCCI) said on Monday.

Left-arm spinner Axar to replace injured Jadeja for last 2 Tests Open in new window
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Gujarat's left-arm spinner Axar Patel got his maiden Test call up when he named as the replacement for the injured Ravindra Jadeja for the remaining two Tests of the four-match series against Australia.

T20 is an old man?s game too Open in new window
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AMID all the fizz and frivolity of the BBL, it turns out genuine success in T20 cricket is reliant on one overlooked factor: boring old guys.



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