Hashim Amla leads South Africa resistance but India firmly on top

Hashim Amla played a determined innings negotiating 207 deliveries as South Africa offered firm resistance in the final innings against India, ending the fourth day at 72 for two needing 409 more to win the fourth Test against India in Delhi.
6 December 2015

ICC fines Murali Vijay for showing dissent

The International Cricket Council has docked 30 percent of Murali Vijay's match fee for showing dissent at the umpire’s decision on the third day of the ongoing fourth Test match against South Africa in Delhi.
6 December 2015

PCB sets deadline for BCCI over bilateral series

The Pakistan Cricket Board has given the Board of Control for Cricket in India until Monday to give a confirmation for the proposed bilateral series scheduled to be held in Sri Lanka in December.
6 December 2015

BCCI needs to cut back on involvement of politicians - Ian Chappell

Former Australian captain Ian Chappell expressed at the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit in New Delhi that the Board of Control for Cricket in India needs to cut down on the involvement of politicians.
5 December 2015

Kohli, Rahane fifties give India massive lead on day three

Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane brought up the first century partnership in the series as they took India's lead to 403 runs with six wickets in hand at stumps on day three of the fourth Test against South Africa in Delhi.
5 December 2015

Jadeja five-fer stumps South Africa after Rahane century

Ravindra Jadeja took a five-wicket haul as South Africa were bowled out for a paltry score of 121 to concede a 213-run first innings lead after Ajinkya Rahane's hundred helped India post 334 on the second day of the fourth Test in Delhi.
4 December 2015

Rahane rescues India after Dane Piedt dominates with four-wicket haul

Ajinkya Rahane compiled a well-paced unbeaten knock of 89 runs to help India go past 200 after South Africa picked up seven wickets on the first day of the fourth Test in Delhi.
3 December 2015

Nagpur pitch receives 'poor' rating from ICC

The International Cricket Council revealed that the pitch used for the third Test match between India and South Africa in Nagpur has been rated as “poor” following a report from the match referee.
1 December 2015

Ashwin claims second spot in ICC rankings

Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has claimed a career-high second spot in the International Cricket Council Test player rankings on the back of his excellent performance in the ongoing series against South Africa.
1 December 2015

Indian government nod unlikely for Pakistan series

The proposed bilateral series between India and Pakistan has been clouded in doubt as the Board of Control for Cricket in India is unlikely to be granted permission by the Indian government according to sources.
28 November 2015

Ashwin's 12-wicket haul hands South Africa away series defeat after nine years

Ravichandran Ashwin produced career best figures of seven for 66 in the second innings to dismiss South Africa for 185 and secure a 124-run victory for India in the third Test in Nagpur.
27 November 2015

Pakistan government approves India series

The much awaited bilateral series between India and Pakistan has cleared the first hurdle after receiving approval from the Pakistan government.
26 November 2015

20 wickets tumble on day two as South Africa face daunting task

Twenty wickets fell on day two of the third Test in Nagpur leaving South Africa needing 278 more runs to beat India with eight wickets remaining.
26 November 2015

Manohar disagrees with big three domination

International Cricket Council chairman and Board of Control for Cricket in India president Shashank Manohar says he is against the move to give more power to the boards of India, England and Australia.
26 November 2015

India strike back with two wickets after folding for 215

India fought back with two wickets towards the end of the first day's play after being bowled out for just 215 runs in the first innings against South Africa in the third Test in Nagpur.
25 November 2015

My aim is to keep improving - Murali Vijay

Indian opening batsman Murali Vijay said ahead of the third Test against South Africa in Nagpur that his goal is to keep improving as a batsman.
24 November 2015

The odds of pitching a balanced game

We witnessed two Tests in the last couple of weeks that raise many questions - one in Mohali that ended within three days and another at the WACA, Perth that witnessed four centuries and two massive double centuries. Is home advantage the biggest factor in Test matches?
22 November 2015

Ravindra Jadeja climbs to career high Test ranking

Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has reached his career best 13th rank in the International Cricket Council Test bowler rankings after superlative performances in the first two matches against South Africa.
18 November 2015

Gurkeerat retained, India name unchanged squad

The Indian selectors have retained all-rounder Gurkeerat Singh and have named an unchanged 17-man squad for the third and fourth Test matches against South Africa.
18 November 2015

Second Test ends in draw after fourth consecutive washout

The rain had the final say in the second Test match between India and South Africa in Bangalore as the game ended in a drab draw after the play on the fifth day was also called off due to rain and a wet outfield.
18 November 2015