#India will start as favourites in Asia Cup, feels Wasim Akram : New Delhi: Mar 11, 2012 India might be completely down and out after their dismal show in the recently-concluded tour of Australia but former Pakistan skipper Wasim Akram feels that MS Dhoni and Co. would still start as favourites in the Asia Cup, starting on Sunday in Mirpur. "After their CB Series run, the Lankans will be upbeat. If Pakistan can play as a team, then they are unbeatable.
Rahul Dravid's tips helped a lot: Umesh Yadav :New Delhi: Mar 27, 2012 Delhi Daredevils pacer Umesh Yadav said Rahul Dravid, who retired early this month from international cricket, passed down some valuable tips during the Australia tour and corrected him whenever he went wrong. "Dravid is a great player. He has shared a lot of his valuable experience with me.
Don't make the mistakes which I did: #MohammadAamer in ICC ACSU video-- New Delhi: Apr 5, 2012 "Prison is a bad place for everyone. Don't make the mistakes which I did" -- this was disgraced Pakistan pacer Mohammad Aamer's warning to cricketers world over in an educational video for the ICC Anti-Corruption and Security Unit which has also been shown to IPL teams.
#India have the team to defend Asia Cup says #Sourav Ganguly: New Delhi: Mar 12, 2012 After dismal tours of England and Australia, former captain Sourav Ganguly said on Monday that India have to win the Asia Cup being played in Bangladesh. As India start their title-defence against Sri Lanka Tuesday, Ganguly said the World Champions have the ability to defend the title.
Richard Levi says batting with Sachin Tendulkar in IPL 5 will be 'amazing' :New Delhi: Mar 12, 2012 South Africa's new batting sensation, Richard Levi, is excited at the prospect of batting alongside Sachin Tendulkar in the upcoming Indian Premier League.
Unmukt Chand to lead India U-19 team for Australia tour :Mumbai: Mar 30, 2012 Rising star of Indian domestic cricket Unmukt Chand will lead India U 19 squad for Australia tour starting April 1. The BCCI website on Thursday stated that the All India Junior Selection Committee took this decision in a meeting held on March 22 Chand, who plays for Delhi Daredevils in the Indian Premier League. The batsman has scored 644 runs in eight First Class matches at an average of 53.66.
Can T20 Football achieve its goal in cricket-crazy India? : Mumbai: Mar 14, 2012 Global beverage major Pepsi is all set to launch T20 football event to make the game attractive in cricket-crazy India. The seven-a-side amateur tournament is for enthusiast in the age group of 14 and 30 years. Sixty four teams each from Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Mumbai, Lucknow, Ludhiana and New Delhi will be seen in action in a 20-minute knock-out event.
In a side of ageing maestros, Virat Kohli offers India the flame hope that in him there is at least one potential world class player who is capable of taking over the baton from the battle-worn, ageing heroes.