India vs Pakistan ICC Champions Trophy Final 2017

India vs Pakistan – 2017 ICC Champions Trophy Final Preview

India vs Pakistan, The Oval – London, Sunday 18 June, 1030 (BST) The accountants at the ICC will be brimming like Cheshire cats today with confirmation it will be India vs Pakistan in the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy Final. Blocked from watching India vs Pakistan ICC Champions Trophy Final Live Streaming where you are? ... More

India Tour Sri Lanka 2017

India Tour Sri Lanka – Indian Team Heading To Colombo In July

India Tour Sri Lanka 2017 - The Indian Cricket Team will begin a 50-day tour of Sri Lanka next month, according to reliable sources. According to the highly placed sources in the Indian Cricket Board, Team India is scheduled to reach Colombo on July 19 as part of India Tour Sri Lanka. The tour will begin with either a ... More

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BCCI Sending Selectors to England For Women’s World Cup

The Indian cricket board (BCCI) will send all three national selectors to England for the Women's World Cup. According to the highly placed sources, the Agra-based Chief Selector Hemlata Kala (Central Zone) now in Guntur, will join the team (from Delhi) before the first match of the Women's World Cup against England ... More

Cricket Slip Catching

Analysis: Test Cricket Slip Fielding – The Numbers

In his first analysis blog for CricIndex Lakshmi Narayanan looks at Slip Fielding in Test Match Cricket. In previous posts I've focussed on Indian slip fielding and delved into the catches taken/dropped by pace and spin. A few notes about that previous article. I am aware of the fantastic article on Cricket Monthly by ... More

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Captain must have a say in coach selection: John Buchanan

Australia's most successful coach John Buchanan believes that the captain of the team should have a say in the appointment of a coach. John Buchanan has been running his own academy and coaching consultancy firm in Australia. He also worked in the leading role in New Zealand Cricket. Speaking exclusively over his ... More

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Scottish Cricket Stalwart Sandy Strang Passes Away

Scottish cricket was in shock last night after news emerged of the death of one of the game's stalwarts Sandy Strang at the age of 65. Mr Sandy Strang was a talented cricketer, who formerly captained Clydesdale and performed with distinction for Ferguslie and was still parading his talents behind the stumps well after ... More

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Aamir Shahzad Aiming High With Move To Glenrothes

After a decade at Stenhousemuir one of Scotland's top all rounders is heading east to join Glenrothes. Aamir Shahzad speaks with Neil Drysdale for CricIndex about his ambitions for the future and excitement ahead of his debut for the ambitious Fifers tomorrow. Photo: Poloc Cricket Club (Facebook) It's the time of ... More

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Sreesanth NOC For Scotland – High Court Verdict Due Friday

The Sreesanth NOC request case will be decided on Friday by the Kerala High Court. The former Indian professional cricketer is harbouring hopes to play cricket in Scotland. Sreesanth NOC request was denied back in January by the BCCI who following a long delay finally replied to the court officially to confirm the ... More

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Gavaskar to skip IPL for Mankad Birth Centenary Celebrations

Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar has taken a special leave from his IPL commentary assignment "to celebrate" the birth centenary of late Vinoo Mankad on Wednesday. "The Legends' Club (Mumbai) has invited India's former opening batsman and captain Sunil Gavaskar on the occasion of Vinoo Mankad's birth anniversary on ... More

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BCCI Women: No Maternity Leave Clause In Player Contracts

The Indian cricket board's (BCCI Women) decision to allow all women players to travel in business class on air will ease the comfort zone. This the the view of Harmander Singh, the father of an Indian (BCCI Women) all-rounder Harmanpreet Kaur. Diana Edulji, the former India player, who is now also the Supreme Court ... More