After losing the first ODI in Hamilton, Team India will look to bounce back and take the ongoing three-match series into the decider when they take on New Zealand
Team India has a lot to crow about after their stupendous success in New Zealand. While credit needs to go to the whole unit, Jasprit Bumrah and the bowling division
The Men in Blue couldn’t have asked for a better start to the year. A year which will have the world’s best team square up for the T20 World Cup late October in Australia (“India snatch another Super Over T20 victory against New Zealand,” Feb.1, Gulf Today).
Mount Maunganui: Having already lost the series, Team India will now look at a consolation win when they face New Zealand in the third and final ODI at the Bay Oval on Tuesday.
Ben Foakes and Keaton Jennings are back in England’s Test squad for the first time in 12 months after being picked for the tour of Sri Lanka. Lancashire opener Jennings
An unbeaten century from veteran batsman Ross Taylor powered New Zealand to a stunning four-wicket win over India in the first one-day international in Hamilton on Wednesday.
Riding high on Muhamad Usman’s 128, Ramada Ajman thrashed Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority B in a Rashid Alleem Premier League (RPL) match held at the Al Dhaid
India’s limited-overs deputy Rohit Sharma has been ruled out of the ODIs and Test series against New Zealand after suffering a calf injury while batting in the fifth T20I at the Bay
Defending champions India cruised to a 10-wicket win over neighbours and arch-rivals Pakistan in Potchefstroom on Tuesday to reach the Under-19 cricket World Cup final for the seventh time.