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Oct 15, 2011

MS Dhoni inspires India won by 126 runs

In a topic of minutes, what was talented to be a contest ended in mortification for England, helping India end a winless line of 11 matches in 2011, On a measured, low wicket at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, skipper MS Dhoni (87) and Suresh Raina (61) motorized India to 300-8 with some strong hitting in the last 15 overs in which they complete 150 runs.

MS DhoniEngland was on line at 111-2 before Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja blow a hole all the way through their center order that was impractical against the spinners' subtle variation. The 126-run edge is India's second-biggest win over England in ODIs, and didn't seem expected given how evenly the game was suspended through India's innings.

There were concern about Dhoni form from first to last for long, but they can be covered for now. The Indian skipper posted his 4th ODI fifty on the trot, with scores of 69, 78 and 50 before in England. In the midst of Graeme Swann hurtle during his overs; India's score had come to a crawl. But when the set batting first Power play was claim in the 36th over, India's run-rate burst through the top.

Suresh Raina overcomes an irritating start, finishing a swift fifty by hitting Tim Bresnan over the sightscreen for an attractive six. He added 72 with Dhoni in 10 over’s, and India's revival was happening. Past in the innings, Ajinkya Rahane made a boring 15 (41balls) after being drop on zero. Parthiv Patel was run-out for 9 runs. Then Gautam batted completely for 32 but fell LBW to a impractical full-toss ball from Jade Dernbach. It left India unsure at 79-3.

Virat Kohli (37) and Raina sought after relief by trying to punish Samit Patel. But Kohli was trapped at long-off trying one time as well many to push in the scoring against the left-arm spinner. A score of 250 would have been good from here on, but Dhoni and Raina exceed all prospect. Those companies provide India the force, but Raina fell on 61, trying to slog Steven Finn. Anything hopes this get through gave England were speedily quell by Jadeja's hectic 27 and a 65-run position with Dhoni in just seven overs, which bring India to the entranced of 300
Dhoni finished brilliantly, employing his helicopter whips and chips over cover. After a good start, England's seamers ended in waywardly.

With England skipper Alastair Cook moving to a smoothly paced 60, the chase was well set-up. India's pace bowling attack with Vinay Kumar and Umesh Yadav was untested. But their swift crush to spin was classic. Starting with Jonathan Trott, consecutive batsmen failed to get forward and low to counter the turn and immerse.

Cook holed out to cavernous midwicket off Raveenndra Jadeja. Trott missed the line difficult to slog-sweep a at once ball in Jadeja's next. England struggled to read Ashwin's carrom ball and straighter ball.Ashwin also accounted for the wicket of Kevin Petersen, with a straight hit from mid-on. Petersen was concerned profusion by Vinay Kumar, who caught on to his convention of walking down the wicket to pacers. Vinay bounce him a couple of times, once outstanding him on the arm and once giving him a sore blow on the finger.

Dhoni had investigate the playing situation here days gone by and found out there was plenty of dew. Hence he went with three pacers today.Yadav wasn't always correct, but ended up with two not expensive wickets after the spinners had done most of the break.

In a jiffy, England had lost 8-68, and the game was every one of but in excess of in the 32nd over roundabout the time India begins their fight back in the first innings. This series began as a contest between India stressed to create impetus and England going through the form of their lives. At this rate, it may end up life form a contest between India's usual strength - spin - and England's classical helplessness to counter it.

Oct 11, 2011

Brett Lee ruled out of South Africa Tour

Australia fast bowler Brett Lee has been ruled out of his country's one-day and Twenty20 fixtures in South Africa, Cricket Australia said.

Brett Lee, who has taken 310 test and 357 one-day international wickets in a 12-year international career, is expected to be out of action for six to eight weeks.

Brett LeeHe is certain to Miss Australia's two Twenty20s and three ODIs against South Africa in October and is a big doubt for the two tests that begin on Nov. 9 and 17.

"Brett complained of some abdominal pain after arriving in Cape Town on Sunday," Australian team physiotherapist Alex Kountouris said in a statement.

"After consulting specialists and having the relevant investigations he has been diagnosed with appendicitis and will be having surgery in Cape Town later today.

"He will obviously be ruled out of the Twenty20 Cricket and ODI series in South Africa and is likely to return to cricket in six to eight weeks."

Oct 10, 2011

Challenger Trophy 2011 Teams & Schedule

Chennai: Axed from India's 15-member squad for first two ODIs against England, off-colour spinner Harbhajan Singh was on Thursday named skipper of the India Green team for the NKP Salve Challenger Trophy to be held in Nagpur from October 10 to 13.

The new BCCI secretary Sanjay Jagdale announced the 14-member squads of India Blue, India Green and India Red teams for the 50-over-a-side tournament after a meeting of the national selection committee.

Gautam GambhirOpenning batsman Gautam Gambhir, who missed the ODI series in England because of a head injury, not only returned to the national fold but has also been handed the responsibility of leading the India Red side, while Tamil Nadu middle-order batsman S Badrinath has been named skipper of the India Blue team.

Apart from Harbhajan, Yusuf Pathan (India Red), left-arm pacer RP Singh (India Red), Amit Mishra (India Blue), Pragyan Ojha (India Blue) and Piyush Chawla (India Red), who all have been ignored for the first ODIs against England, will also have a chance to stake their claims for a comeback to the national team.

India Red: Gautam Gambhir (capt, DDCA), Shikhar Dhawan (DDCA), Abhinav Mukund (TNCA), Ambati Rayudu (Baroda CA), Ashok Menaria (Rajasthan CA), Wriddhiman Saha (WK, CAB), Jalaj Saxena (MPCA), Piyush Chawla (UPCA), Bhargava Bhatt (Baroda CA), Pankaj Singh (Rajasthan CA), Jaydev Unadkat (Saurashtra CA), T Sudhendra (MPCA), Yusuf Pathan (Baroda CA), RP Singh (UPCA).

India Blue: S Badrinath (capt, TNCA), Murali Vijay (TNCA), Paul Valthaty (HPCA), Manish Pandey (KSCA), Dinesh Karthik WK, (TNCA), Mandeep Singh (Punjab CA), Saurabh Tiwary (JSCA), Irfan Pathan (Baroda CA), Amit Mishra (Haryana CA), Pragyan Ojha (Hyderabad CA), Y V Krishanarty (JSCA), Prashant Parameshwaran (Kerala CA), Pradeep Sangwan (DDCA), Tanmay Srivastava (UPCA).

India Green: Harbhajan Singh (capt, Punjab CA), Robin Uthappa (WK, KSCA), S Anirudha (TNCA), T Suman (Hyderabad CA), Mohnish Mishra (MPCA), Ishank Jaggi (JSCA), Mohd Kaif (UPCA), C M Gautham (KSCA), S Ladda (Punjab CA), Iqbal Abdullah (Mumbai CA), Abhimanyu Mithun (KSCA), Samad Fallah (Maharashtra CA), Ishwar Choudhary (Gujarat CA), S Narwal (DDCA).

DateMatch DetailsTime (IST)Place
Oct 10 - MonIndia Blue v India Red, 1st Match14:30Nagpur
Oct 11 - TueIndia Green v India Red, 2nd Match14:30Nagpur
Oct 12 - WedIndia Blue v India Green, 3rd Match14:30Nagpur
Oct 13 - ThuTBC v TBC, Finals14:30Nagpur