England’s pace bowling and opener KL Rahul’s position in the playing XI, especially at the top of the order, will be the questi ons India will have to answer if they are to survive in the T20 series against England. India need to win the fourth T20I on
Suryakumar Yadav smashed 57 and India’s bowlers stifled England’s batters in a tense finale to claim an eight-run victory in the fourth Twenty20 international on Thursday that levelled the five-match series at 2-2. Shardul Thakur claimed three
Rishabh Pant (30) and Shreyas Iyer (37) made useful cameos after India were put into bat in a crunch game of the five-match series led by England 2-1 in Ahmedabad. Fast bowler Jofra Archer claimed four wickets including two in the 20th over to return his T20 best of 4-33.
India will look to build on the confidence they gained in defending a target in the fourth T20I and win the fifth and final match at the Narendra Modi Stadium on Saturday to clinch the series. The hosts have levelled the series from a match
With the series level at 2-2, England won the toss in Ahmedabad, but Sharma blasted 64 and put on 94 with Kohli for the first wicket. India's captain made an unbeaten 80.
Fast bowler Jofra Archer has “put England first” by leaving the tour of India early for treatment and missing at least the start of the lucrative Indian Premier League, England coach Chris Silverwood said on Sunday. The England management
England captain Eoin Morgan wants his players to prove their credentials for the World Cup spot in ODI series against India while Virat Kohli warned of burn out due to a jam-packed calendar. But Morgan and coach Chris Silverwood say the tour is still providing
India is on a high after clinching both the Test and the T20 series against England. But the visitors are reigning 50-over champions, so will they salvage some pride by winning the ODI series? (“WC spots up for grabs in ODI series: Morgan; Kohli
Opener Shikhar Dhawan smashed 98 and debutant pace bowler Prasidh Krishna claimed four wickets as India thrashed England by 66 runs in the opening one-day international on Tuesday.