ICC Expands Intercontinental Cup, Shelves Shield

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced plans to expand the Intercontinental Cup to eight teams with the result that the Intercontinental Shield will no longer exist. The Shield, won by Namibia in the first running of the competition as they beat the United Arab Emirates by six wickets in Dubai, was set up to allow four more Associate teams first-class experience.
6 December 2010

Afghanistan Win ICC Intercontinental Cup

Afghanistan overturned a first-innings deficit of 41, going on to bowl Scotland out for 82 in their second innings on their way to a seven-wicket victory in the final of the ICC Intercontinental Cup in Dubai. Mohammad Shahzad's unbeaten 56 steered them past their victory target in the final innings of the match as Afghanistan added another title to their growing honours list.
4 December 2010

Second Gambhir Ton Seals Series For India

Gautam Gambhir's rich vein of form continued as his unbeaten century steered India to a series-clinching nine-wicket win over New Zealand in the third One-Day International in Vadodara. Gambhir closed unbeaten on 126 as India chased down a target of 225 to go 3-0 up with two matches to play with ten overs and three balls to spare.
4 December 2010

Bangladesh Hit Back With Impressive Win

Bangladesh put their series-opening loss to Zimbabwe behind them as they comprehensively won the second One-Day International between the two sides by six wickets in Mirpur. Zimbabwe were dismissed for 191 as Abdur Razzak returned a five-wicket haul including a hat-trick but they were powerless to prevent Bangladesh motoring to victory with more than ten overs to spare.
3 December 2010

Zaheer, Kumar Return For End Of ODI Series

Fast bowlers Zaheer Khan and Praveen Kumar are to return to India's line-up for the final three One-Day Internationals against New Zealand. Meanwhile, senior players Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag and Harbhajan Singh will continue to be rested for the remainder of the series.
2 December 2010

Gambhir Century Powers India To Victory

Indian captain Gautam Gambhir led his side to an emphatic eight-wicket victory over New Zealand in the second One-Day International with a fluent unbeaten century in Jaipur. Half-centuries from Martin Guptill and Scott Styris boosted New Zealand as they posted a score of 258 for eight before Gambhir's 138 saw India power home with seven overs to spare.
1 December 2010

Zimbabwe Claim Nine-Run Win Over Bangladesh

Zimbabwe held on to win the first One-Day International against Bangladesh by nine runs as the two sides' five-match series got off to an entertaining start in Mirpur. Although Zimbabwe were dismissed for just 209 after being invited to bat first by Bangladesh, they hit back to dismiss their hosts for 200 and claim victory.
1 December 2010

India's Main Men Prepare For Second ODI

India's men of the moment - Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir - are pictured during a training session ahead of the second One-Day International against New Zealand in Jaipur on Wednesday.
30 November 2010

Afghanistan Confident Ahead Of Cup Final

Afghanistan coach Rashid Latif says he is confident his side will deliver during the ICC Intercontinental Cup final against Scotland, which gets underway in Dubai on 2nd December. His team recently claimed a silver medal in the Asian Games, losing in the Twenty20 final to Bangladesh, and they are hopeful of avoid a second final defeat in the space of a week.
30 November 2010

More Injury Woe For New Zealand As Tuffey Ruled Out

New Zealand's preparations for the second One-Day International against India and the rest of the series have been hit with the news that experienced fast bowler Daryl Tuffey is to return home due to injury. Tuffey, a veteran of 94 ODIs, strained a bicep during his side's 40-run defeat in the opening game of the five-match series and will play no further part in the contest.
30 November 2010

Mortaza And Tamim Return To Bangladesh ODI Squad

Fast bowler Mashrafe Mortaza and left-hand opening batsman Tamim Iqbal are to return from injury after Bangladesh named a 15-man squad to take on Zimbabwe. The two teams clash in five One-Day Internationals from 1st to 12th December with Bangladesh coming off a 4-0 sweep of New Zealand and looking to maintain their good form.
28 November 2010

Kohli Century Sets Up Indian Victory

Virat Kohli scored a fine century - his second in as many matches - as India beat New Zealand by 40 runs in the opening One-Day International in Guwahati. Kohli's 105 in 104 balls helped India reach 276 before they were bowled out and in reply, New Zealand were dismissed for 236.
28 November 2010

India Prepare For New Zealand ODI Series

Indian players, including Yuvraj Singh (right) train hard as they prepare for their One-Day International series against New Zealand...
27 November 2010

Bangladesh Claim Asian Games Gold

Bangladesh claimed a first-ever Asian Games gold medal when they beat Afghanistan by five wickets to win the Twenty20 cricket tournament in Guanggong, China. Afghanistan, who had shocked Pakistan in the semi-final to reach the gold-medal game, almost pulled off another upset as it took Bangladesh until the final over to seal victory chasing 119.
26 November 2010

Nehra Called Up To Replace Praveen Kumar

Left-arm fast bowler Ashish Nehra has been called up to replace fellow quick bowler Praveen Kumar for the first One-Day International against New Zealand in Guwahati. Nehra has played 105 One-Day Internationals for India as well as 17 Test matches, taking 144 wickets in ODI cricket.
25 November 2010

Franklin Replaces Injured Ryder For India ODI Series

New Zealand Cricket (NZC) have confirmed that all-rounder James Franklin is to replace Jesse Ryder in New Zealand's One-Day International squad to play India. Ryder suffered a calf injury during the first match of New Zealand's Test series against India and although he played on, he is not going to be risked for the ODI series.
23 November 2010

India Wrap Up Series With Convincing Innings Victory

India completed an emphatic innings-and-198-run victory over New Zealand on day four of the third and final Test match in Nagpur to clinch the series 1-0. Having declared on 566 for eight on day three in reply to New Zealand's 193, India dismissed the Black Caps for just 175 to ensure an early finish to a game they had dominated throughout.
23 November 2010

Dravid And Dhoni Miss Milestones But India In Charge

Rahul Dravid fell nine runs short of a double-century and Mahendra Singh Dhoni two short of a century but India remain...
22 November 2010

India Build Big Lead After Dominating Day Two

India closed day two of the third and final Test against New Zealand with a lead of 100 and with eight second-innings...
21 November 2010

Indian Bowlers Enjoy Best Of Shortened Opening Day

India got out of the blocks quickly on day one of the third and final Test against New Zealand in Nagpur as they reduced the...
20 November 2010


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