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Dec 5, 2013

Pakistan vs Sri Lanka in UAE 2013-14

DateMatch DetailsTime
(IST)
Place
Dec 18 - WedPakistan v Sri Lanka, 1st ODI16:30Sharjah
Dec 20 - FriPakistan v Sri Lanka, 2nd ODI16:30Dubai
Dec 22 - SunPakistan v Sri Lanka, 3rd ODI16:30Sharjah
Dec 25 - WedPakistan v Sri Lanka, 4th ODI16:30Abu Dhabi
Dec 27 - FriPakistan v Sri Lanka, 5th ODI16:30Abu Dhabi

West Indies tour of New Zealand 2013-14

DateMatch DetailsTime
(IST)
Place
Dec 26 - ThuNew Zealand v West Indies, 1st ODI06:30Auckland
Dec 29 - SunNew Zealand v West Indies, 2nd ODI06:30Napier
Jan 01 - WedNew Zealand v West Indies, 3rd ODI03:30Queenstown
Jan 04 - SatNew Zealand v West Indies, 4th ODI03:30Nelson
Jan 08 - WedNew Zealand v West Indies, 5th ODI06:30Hamilton

Oct 11, 2013

5-match ODI Series: Pakistan vs South Africa in UAE 2013

DateMatch DetailsTime
(IST)
Place
Oct 30 - WedSouth Africa v Pakistan, 1st ODI16:30Sharjah
Nov 01 - FriSouth Africa v Pakistan, 2nd ODI16:30Dubai
Nov 06 - WedSouth Africa v Pakistan, 3rd ODI16:30Abu Dhabi
Nov 08 - FriSouth Africa v Pakistan, 4th ODI16:30Abu Dhabi
Nov 11 - MonSouth Africa v Pakistan, 5th ODI16:30Sharjah

Aug 20, 2013

3-match ODI Series Schedule for Pakistan tour of Zimbabwe 2013

DateMatch DetailsTime
(IST)
Place
Aug 27 - TueZimbabwe v Pakistan, 1st ODI13:00Harare
Aug 29 - ThuZimbabwe v Pakistan, 2nd ODI13:00Harare
Aug 31 - SatZimbabwe v Pakistan, 3rd ODI13:00Harare

Aug 5, 2013

ICC Player Rankings for ODI Allrounders

ICC Player Rankings
Rank Name Country Rating
1 Shakib Al Hasan BAN 387
2 R.A. Jadeja IND 377
3 S.R. Watson AUS 372
4 T.M. Dilshan SL 371
5 Mohammad Hafeez PAK 370
6 A.D. Mathews SL 344
7 Shahid Afridi PAK 321
8 D.J.G. Sammy WI 282
9 K.J. O'Brien IRE 273
10 P.R. Stirling IRE 264

Amit Mishra Six Wickets help India thrash Zim to win ODI series 5-0

The india exact seven-wicket win at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo, new indian team captain Virat Kohli lead India to a clean sweep up against Zimbabwe in his first full series as countrywide captain and the leg-spinner Amit Mishra taken 6 wickets to help out spin the home side out for 163, thanks to his maiden five-wicket haul and this was gone the pacers rattled the hosts top order and india won one-day international series 5/0 and Whitewash.

The opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan set the tone for the Indian innings with an enjoyable 41, at the same time as young batsman Ajinkya Rahane finished his half-century and the all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja then hit 48 not out to help the visitors tour to the target with 96 balls to spare by means of 38 runs still required and the wicketkeeper batsman Dinesh Karthik joined Jadeja to take India to victory with an unbroken 41-run stand even though he stay two runs short of his fifty, Jadeja scored the winning runs when he clubbed Waller for a six.

Brief scores:

Zimbabwe 163 all-out in 39.5 overs (S Williams 51, H Masakadza 32, A Mishra 6/48) lost India 167/3 in 34 overs (A Rahane 50, R Jadeja 48 not out, S Dhawan 41, K Jarvis 2/18) by 7 wickets

Man of the Match: Amit Mishra

Aug 2, 2013

Debutant Mohit Sharma Wonderful bowling easy victory for India

The indian team outplayed Zimbabwe to take a 4-0 lead in the current five-match ODI series and the later than Zimbabwe give way to the Indian bowling attack for 144, the guests reach the target in 30.5 overs to claim a thrashing nine-wicket win at Bulawayo and the Indian bowlers set up the game as debutant Mohit Sharma and Ravindra Jadeja maintain two scalps each for the moment for the leg-spinnser Amit Mishra as well help out skittle the opposition out and the opener Rohit Sharma 64 not out and Suresh Raina 65 not out then took the team across the line with an unbroken partnership of 123 runs.

In advance, by way of the series under their secure, India made two changes to their playing XI and handed Mohit Sharma and Cheteshwar Pujara their maiden ODI caps to future into the side in place of Vinay Kumar, Mohit Sharma opened the bowling for India, behind Virat Kohli elected to bowl at the Queens Sports Club.

Brief scores:

Zimbabwe 144 all-out in 42.4 overs (E Chigumbara 50 not out, A Mishra 3/25, M Sharma 2/26, R Jadeja 2/28) lost to India 145/1 in 30.5 overs S Raina 65 not out and R Sharma 64 not out) by 9 wickets

Man of the Match: Mohit Sharma for claiming two main key Zimbabwe wickets on debut

Jul 31, 2013

Icc Cricket World Cup 2015 Schedule


Date Match Details Time IST Place
Feb 14 - SatNew Zealand v Sri Lanka, 1st Match-Christchurch
Feb 14 - SatAustralia v England, 2nd Match-Melbourne
Feb 15 - SunSouth Africa v Zimbabwe, 3rd Match-Hamilton
Feb 15 - SunIndia v Pakistan, 4th Match-Adelaide
Feb 16 - MonIreland v West Indies, 5th Match-Nelson
Feb 17 - TueNew Zealand v TBC, 6th Match-Dunedin
Feb 18 - WedBangladesh v TBC, 7th Match-Canberra
Feb 19 - ThuZimbabwe v TBC, 8th Match-Nelson
Feb 20 - FriNew Zealand v England, 9th Match-Wellington
Feb 21 - SatPakistan v West Indies, 10th Match-Christchurch
Feb 21 - SatAustralia v Bangladesh, 11th Match-Brisbane
Feb 22 - SunSri Lanka v TBC, 12th Match-Melbourne
Feb 22 - SunIndia v South Africa, 13th Match-Dunedin
Feb 23 - MonEngland v TBC, 14th Match-Christchurch
Feb 24 - TueWest Indies v Zimbabwe, 15th Match-Canberra
Feb 25 - WedIreland v TBC, 16th Match-Brisbane
Feb 26 - ThuTBC v TBC, 17th Match-Dunedin
Feb 26 - ThuBangladesh v Sri Lanka, 18th Match-Melbourne
Feb 27 - FriSouth Africa v West Indies, 19th Match-Sydney
Feb 28 - SatIndia v TBC, 20th Match-Auckland
Feb 28 - SatNew Zealand v Australia, 21st Match-Perth
Mar 01 - SunEngland v Sri Lanka, 22nd Match-Wellington
Mar 01 - SunPakistan v Zimbabwe, 23rd Match-Brisbane
Mar 03 - Tue Ireland v South Africa, 24th Match-Canberra
Mar 04 - WedPakistan v TBC, 25th Match-Perth
Mar 04 - WedAustralia v TBC, 26th Match-Napier
Mar 05 - ThuBangladesh v TBC, 27th Match-Nelson
Mar 06 - FriIndia v West Indies, 28th Match-Perth
Mar 07 - SatPakistan v South Africa, 29th Match-Auckland
Mar 07 - SatIreland v Zimbabwe, 30th Match-Hobart
Mar 08 - SunNew Zealand v TBC, 31st Match-Sydney
Mar 08 - SunAustralia v Sri Lanka, 32nd Match-Napier
Mar 09 - MonEngland v Bangladesh, 33rd Match-Adelaide
Mar 10 - TueIndia v Ireland, 34th Match-Hamilton
Mar 11 - WedSri Lanka v TBC, 35th Match-Hobart
Mar 12 - ThuSouth Africa v TBC, 36th Match-Wellington
Mar 13 - FriNew Zealand v Bangladesh, 37th Match-Sydney
Mar 13 - FriEngland v TBC, 38th Match-Hamilton
Mar 14 - SatIndia v Zimbabwe, 39th Match-Auckland
Mar 14 - SatAustralia v TBC, 40th Match-Hobart
Mar 15 - SunWest Indies v TBC, 41st Match-Napier
Mar 15 - SunIreland v Pakistan, 42nd Match-Adelaide
Mar 18 - WedTBC v TBC, First quarter-final-Sydney
Mar 19 - ThuTBC v TBC, Second quarter-final-Melbourne
Mar 20 - FriTBC v TBC, Third quarter-final-Adelaide
Mar 21 - SatTBC v TBC, Fourth quarter-final-Wellington
Mar 24 - TueTBC v TBC, First semi-final-Auckland
Mar 26 - ThuTBC v TBC, Second semi-final-Sydney
Mar 29 - SunTBC v TBC, Final-Melbourne

Jul 29, 2013

Leg-spinner Amit Mishra four Wickets leads India to Zim ODI Series Win

Third match india a seven-wicket win in the One-day-international sided against Zimbabwe, India have maintain the five-match ODI series with a 3-0 lead following the Indian seamers had it the conditions in the early hours on to send the opposition on the backfoot, the spin show aggression, led by Amit Mishra’s four-for skittled them out for 183 and the middle order batsman captain Virat Kohli 68 not out then easily lead India to the target at the Harare Sports Club after Shikhar Dhawan set the tone with a quick 35.

India won toss opting to bowl first, the unchanged Indian team dominated the records from the word go to bowl the home team out for 183 with four overs to spare for Opening the bowling for visitors, Vinay Kumar removed opening Zimbabwe batsman Visu Sibanda off the third ball of the day without Zimbabwe even opening their account and at the same time as their first run came off a wide, Sikandar Raza timidly edged Mohammed Shami to Dinesh Karthik off the pacer’s first delivery to leave his team on two for two.

Brief Scores:

Zimbabwe 183 all out in 46 overs (S Williams 45, A Mishra 4/47, M Shami 2/25) lost to  India 187/3 in 35.3 overs (V Kohli 68 not out, S Dhawan 35, A Rayudu 33) by 7 wickets

Man of the Match: Man of the Match: Amit Mishra

Jul 25, 2013

Captain Virat Kohli score a Brilliant Hundred against Zimbawe

The middle order batsman Virat Kohli 115 slammed his 15th ODI century while Ambati Rayudu 63 not out turn into the 11th Indian batsman to hit a half-century on debut as India cruise to a complete six-wicket victory over Zimbabwe in the first match in Harare and india chasing 229 to win, the world champions chase away to the target in the 45th over, with 31 balls to spare and india lead five match ODI series 1/0.

The Kohli was in a group of his own and his 108-ball 115 would have been an example in batsman ship for the Zimbabwean players, not used to such course group and confidence and the kohli horrible 13 boundaries and hit a six in the course of a captain knock, most important India well-built chase from the front. Like for all time, Kohli played shots all round the wicket, sprinkle the field with some sweetly-timed drive as a important Indian being there in the ground cheered on.

Brief scores:

Zimbabwe 228/7 in 50 overs (S Raza 82, E Chigumbura 43 not out, A Mishra 3/43) lost to India 230/4 in 44.5 overs (V Kohli 115, A Rayudu 63 not out, P Utseya 2/34) by 6 wickets

Man of the Match: Virat Kohli for his match-winning 115 (India)

Jul 23, 2013

MS Dhoni has a rest Zimbabwe ODI Series Virat Kohli to lead

A Jammu & Kashmir Offspinner Parvez Rasool has turn into the first cricketer to earn a countrywide call-up and he is part of the ODI squad to India tour Zimbabwe ODI Series, which will be lead by Virat Kohli in the lack of the injured MS Dhoni. 

And there was no place for the dropped seniors Opening batsman Gautam Gambhir, Virender Sehwag, middle order batsman Yuvraj Singh and fast bowler Zaheer Khan in either the ODI side or the A team that will tour South Africa and the opener Vijay has been named in the A squad.

A Jammu & Kashmir Rasool player made his first-class debut for in the 2008-09 seasons and he has played 17 first-class matches, score 1003 runs and taking 46 wickets and he was named in the India A squad for a travel around game against Australia in February this year in addition played his first IPL season for Pune Warriors.

Five ODI for India squad:

Virat Kohli (capt.), Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Dinesh Karthik, Cheteshwar Pujara, Suresh Raina, Ambati Rayudu, Ajinkya Rahane, Ravindra Jadeja, Amit Mishra, Parvez Rasool, Shami Ahmed, R Vinay Kumar, Jaydev Unadkat, Mohit Sharma.

Out: M Vijay, R Ashwin, Ishant Sharma, Umesh Yadav and Bhuvneshwar Kumar

In: Ajinkya Rahane, Chetehwar Pujara, Parvez Rasool, Jaydev Unadkat and Mohit Sharma

Jul 12, 2013

India captain MS Dhoni Marvel batting final over

To play Celkon Mobile Cup 2013 final against Sri Lanka, MS Dhoni lead India to the title with a trade name six by attaining the 202-run target in spite of losing partners at normal intervals, the India captain held up one end and struck two sixes and a boundary in the last over to take India to a one-wicket win at the Queen’s Park Oval and india won One-day international tri-series cup.

In the company of 20 required off 20 balls Ishant Sharma came to the crease by way of singles hard to come by, the optional run-rate creep up and only one wicket in hand, the force on the last Indian pair was mounting followed by with 15 runs required from the final over, Dhoni teed off against Eranaga past missing the first ball, he hit the next one into the position over the bowler’s head, and followed it up with a boundary and he then took Team India to a well-known one-wicket success with a six over extra cover off the next ball.

Brief scores:

Sri Lanka 201 all-out in 48.5 overs (K Sangakkara 71, L Thirimanne 46; R Jadeja 4/23, B Kumar 2/24) lost to India 203/9 in 49.4 overs (R Sharma 58, MS Dhoni 45 not out, R Herath 4/20) by 1 wicket

Man of the Match: MS Dhoni for his match-winning 45 off 52 balls

Man of the Series: Bhuvneshwar Kumar lead for this series ten wickets in four matches at an average of 9.70

Jul 8, 2013

7-match ODI Series Schedule for India tour of South Africa 2013

DateMatch DetailsTime
(IST)
Place
Nov 27 - WedSouth Africa v India, 1st ODI18:00Durban
Nov 30 - SatSouth Africa v India, 2nd ODI13:30Port Elizabeth
Dec 03 - TueSouth Africa v India, 3rd ODI18:00East London
Dec 06 - FriSouth Africa v India, 4th ODI18:00Centurion
Dec 08 - SunSouth Africa v India, 5th ODI13:30Johannesburg
Dec 12 - ThuSouth Africa v India, 6th ODI18:00Bloemfontein
Dec 15 - SunSouth Africa v India, 7th ODI13:30Cape Town

Jul 7, 2013

Stand-in captain Virat Kohli Remarkable Century against WI

India team Outplayed for 102-run win over the West Indies under the Duckworth/Lewis method, India have direct to stay in contention for a place in the finals of the Celkon Mobile Cup following India’s opening pair laid a solid base, stand-in captain Virat Kohli make sure that his team set the West Indies a fearsome target and the Indian pace attack then broken the conditions and struck at normal intervals to take direct of the game.

 At what time play resumed, with the target revised to 274 from 39 overs, WI required 218 from 29 overs to save for the WI focus order fell in a heap, making a mounting task even harder and all-rounder Marlon Samuels was fixed by Karthik for 10, and Kieron Pollard existing a simple catch to Ashwin in the slips to return for a duck for the multiple WI’s problems, Ishant Sharma broke through Charles fight to leave the hosts reeling on 69 for five.

Following for a short time bowling spinners from both ends, Kohli to says, Umesh Yadav take three wickets in three overs and the west indies bowlers Roach and Narine then rallied on to add 58 for the ninth wicket with a late attack, but were unable to keep India from receiving the bonus point and the West Indies team were finally bowled out for 171 runs and kohli 14th One-day-international century.

Brief scores:

India 311/7 for 50 overs (V Kohli 102, S Dhawan 69, R Sharma 46; T Best 2/51) beat West Indies 171 all out in 34 overs (J Charles 45; B Kumar 3/29, U Yadav 3/32, I Sharma 2/30) by 102 runs under the D/L method

Man of the Match: Virat Kohli 102 runs for 83 balls (13 fours & 2 sixes)

Jul 4, 2013

Australia tour of India 2013

DateMatch DetailsTime
(IST)
Place
Oct 13 - SunIndia v Australia, 1st ODI14:30Pune
Oct 16 - WedIndia v Australia, 2nd ODI14:30Jaipur
Oct 19 - SatIndia v Australia, 3rd ODI14:30Mohali
Oct 23 - WedIndia v Australia, 4th ODI14:30Ranchi
Oct 26 - SatIndia v Australia, 5th ODI14:30Cuttack
Oct 30 - WedIndia v Australia, 6th ODI14:30Nagpur
Nov 02 - SatIndia v Australia, 7th ODI14:30Bengaluru

Jul 3, 2013

Opener Tharanga and Jayawardene magnificent Century against India

The chasing a extraordinary 349-run target, India lost to Sri Lanka by 161 runs in the Celkon Moblie Cup at Sabina Park in Kingston before their bowlers had been clobber for plenty of runs, the Indian batsmen faced an rising fight from the get go and were bowled out for 187 runs in 44.5 overs, in the current tri-series in the Caribbean and opener Upul Tharanga get to his 13th ODI hundred and Mahela Jayawardene 16th one-day international century Played at Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica (neutral venue).

A set in to bat by India stand-in captain, Virat Kohli, the Sri Lankan batter took the opponent bowling apart in following balance Mahela Jayawardene take advantage of the bowlers, Upul Tharanga sharp the attack in the Angelo Mathews later in the innings in the left-hand bat, in his second day out upon chronic to the national side, play a outstanding knock to stay put unbeaten on 174 and they have lost both their matches so far in the series, India will face West Indies in a must-win game at Port of Spain.

Brief scores:

Sri Lanka 348/1 in 50 overs (U Tharanga 174*, M Jayawardene 107) beat India 187 all-out in 44.5 overs (R Jadeja 49, R Herath 3/37, L Malinga 2/40) by 161 runs

Man of the Match: Upul Tharanga for his unbeaten 174-run knock 159 balls (19 fours & 3 sixes)

Jul 2, 2013

Johnson Charles Set-up West Indies tremendous win at Sabina Park

The West Indies stand-in captain Keiron Pollard lauded his team's spirit following the tense one-wicket win over India in a tri-nation ODI series match in Jamaica, say it was a inspirational change from the not so outlying past after the side would have "capitulated completely" and the end, we got over the line and that's what matter," Pollard was status in for an injured Dwayne Bravo, told newspapers after the match in which West Indies made important weather of a 230-run chase.

In the new long-ago West Indies teams would have submit totally, so it shows we have a bit of fight and character in this side he said and the Pollard said the Caribbean team must take satisfaction in its fighting spirit and make aggressive cricket a habit.

Johnson Charles 97 runs for 100 balls (8 fours & 4 sixes)

Scorecard:

India: 229/7 in 50 overs

Rohit Sharma 60

West Indies: 230/9 in 47.4 overs

Johnson Charles 97

Kemar Roach 14 not out
Tino Best 3 not out

West Indies won by 1 wicket

Man of the match Johnson Charles (West Indies)

Jun 29, 2013

Chris Gayle wonderful ODI century against Sri Lanka

The Tri-Nation Series for first match West Indies vs Sri Lanka Played at Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica and the West indies opener Chris Gayle score his 21st ODI century to his first against Sri Lanka as West Indies brushed the guests aside by six wickets and earn a bonus point in the first match of the tri-series and the Sri Lanka did not have a physically powerful total to defend after their batsmen be fell by the spin of Sunil Narine picked up four wickets.

There was no come across back once Narine now has 33 wickets from 14 matches at home, was introduced and the gayle then make available the ideal finishing touches and it was a classically careful Gayle innings, follow its own beat, irrespective of the surroundings, the pitch, the attack, and the field and he follow his own modus operandi dead-bats to hittable deliveries, axe-swings against good ones generous not even an inkling of a chance to the fielding side and striking at least a six off each of the five bowlers he faced and the Chris

Chris Gayle 109 runs for 100 balls(9 fours & 7 sixes).

Scorecard:

West Indies won toss Elected to field first

Sri Lanka: 208/10 in 48.3 overs

Sunil Narine 40/4

West Indies: 209/4 in 37.5 overs

Man of the match Chris Gayle (West Indies)

Jun 25, 2013

ICC Champions Trophy 2013: Highest Wickets

Player Mat Overs Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR
RA Jadeja (Ind) 5 41.0 154 12 5/36 12.83 3.75 20.5
MJ McClenaghan (NZ) 3 23.5 144 11 4/43 13.09 6.04 13.0
JM Anderson (Eng) 5 37.0 151 11 3/30 13.72 4.08 20.1
I Sharma(India) 5 38.0 218 10 3/33 21.80 5.73 22.8
R McLaren (SA) 4 27.1 148 8 4/19 18.50 5.44 20.3
R Ashwin (Ind) 5 41.0 181 8 3/48 22.62 4.41 30.7
SL Malinga (SL) 4 37.0 206 7 4/34 29.42 5.56 31.7
KD Mills (NZ) 3 16.3 63 6 4/30 10.50 3.81 16.5
RS Bopara (Eng) 5 24.0 132 6 3/20 22.00 5.50 24.0
B Kumar (Ind) 5 35.0 137 6 2/19 22.83 3.91 35.0

ICC Champions Trophy 2013: Highest Run Scorer

Player Mat Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50
S Dhawan (Ind) 5 363 114 90.75 358 101.39 2 1
IJL Trott (Eng) 5 229 82* 57.25 250 91.60 0 2
KC Sangakkara (SL) 4 222 134* 74.00 277 80.14 1 1
RG Sharma (India) 5 177 65 35.40 233 75.96 0 2
V Kohli> (Ind) 5 176 58* 58.66 184 95.65 0 1
Misbah-ul-Haq (Pak) 3 173 96* 86.50 235 73.61 0 2
JE Root (Eng) 5 173 68 34.60 192 90.10 0 1
DPMD Jayawardene (SL) 4 168 84* 56.00 195 86.15 0 1
AN Cook (Eng) 5 161 64 32.20 204 78.92 0 2
IR Bell (Eng) 5 154 91 30.80 206 74.75 0 1

Jun 24, 2013

India Won 2013 ICC Champions Trophy in England

The india cricket team pulled off a thrilling five-run win at Edgbaston to lift the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy and the supremacy ICC World Cup champions held their nerve in the 20 over-a-side game to beat England in the final at Birmingham and added another feather in their cap.

The Indian batting line up for middle order batsmen Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja’s sixth wicket, 47-run partnership help out set India a 130-run target, MS Dhoni handle his bowling resources smartly to defend the total.

The England needing 19 off 12 in a unstable position with two new batsmen Jos Buttler and Tim Bresnan – at the crease and the Jadeja then castled Jos Buttler to keep the match hanging in balance and soon Bresnan was run out by way of 15 required off the last over, Ashwin accepted only nine to control England to 124 for eight.

The India is the second team to win the Icc Champions trophy while remaining unbeaten.
Brief scores: India 129/7 in 20 overs (V Kohli 43, R Jadeja 33 not out, R Bopara 3/20) beat England 124/8 in 20 overs (E Morgan 33, R Ashwin 2/15, R Jadeja 2/24, I Sharma 2/36) by 5 runs

Man of the Match: Ravindra Jadeja for his game-changing all-round performance of 33* and 2/24

Golden Ball: Ravindra Jadeja for his 12 wickets

Golden Bat: Shikhar Dhawan for his 363 runs

Jun 21, 2013

Australia tour of United Kingdom 2013

Date Match Details Time
(IST)
Place
Sep 06 FriEngland v Australia, 1st ODI14:45Leeds
Sep 08 SunEngland v Australia, 2nd ODI14:45Manchester
Sep 11 WedEngland v Australia, 3rd ODI18:30Birmingham
Sep 14 SatEngland v Australia, 4th ODI14:45Cardiff, Wales
Sep 16 MonEngland v Australia, 5th ODI18:30Southampton

Tillakaratne Dilshan has been Ruled Out of the Tri-series

The Sri Lankan right-handed opener Tillakaratne Dilshan has been ruled out of the tri-series in West Indies after suffer for a calf damage and he hurt his right calf during Sri Lanka's Champions Trophy semi-final clash against India, has suffer a second level tear and has been advise have a rest for 4-6 weeks, according to a Sri Lanka team representative.

The tri-series, which also facial appearance India, start on June 28 and the Lankan selectors are expected to name Dilshan's alternate soon and he made a helpful start in the match against India on Thursday, hit Umesh Yadav for back-to-back boundaries in the 4th over before pull his calf muscle to the regardless of general treatment from the physio.

Ishant Sharma fantastic bowling India into CT Final

India won toss and chose to field

Scorecard:

Sri Lanka: 181/8 for 50 overs

Angelo Mathews 51
Mahela Jayawardene 38

Ishant Sharma 33/3

India: 182/2 for 35 overs

Shikhar Dhawan 68
Virat Kohli 58 not out

Angelo Mathews 10/1

India won by 8 wickets

Man of the match: Ishant Sharma (India)

The india beat memorable foes Sri Lanka by 8 wickets to seal a place along with England in the final of the Icc Champions Trophy and the india were super bowling performance which proverb Ishant Sharma and R Ashwin pick up 3 wickets each as Sri Lanka were controlled to a sub-par 181/8 and the india suffer no at some point in their chase, which was sparkling anchor by Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli in the Delhi duo strike fine half centuries and kept back the scoring solid as India romped home to victory with 15 overs and 8 wickets to spare.

India won toss asked to bat field first, Sri Lanka were left to battle wet conditions, early on wickets and injuries before they could settle in and get their innings underway and the india opener Dhawan and Rohit Sharma once again laid a solid display place with a 77 run stand and the srilankan bowler mathews sent back Rohit Sharma but Dhawan even up his 2nd fifty to continue his magnificent run in the competition and the middle order batsmen kohli was along with the runs as he scored his 23rd ODI fifty.

Jun 20, 2013

India tour of Zimbabwe 2013

DateMatch DetailsTime
(IST)
Place
July 24 Wed1st ODI - Zimbabwe v India13:00Harare
Jul 26 Fri2nd ODI - Zimbabwe v India13:00Harare
Jul 28 Sun3rd ODI - Zimbabwe v India13:00Harare
Jul 31 Wed4th ODI - Zimbabwe v India13:00Bulawayo
Aug 3 Sat5th ODI - Zimbabwe v India13:00Bulawayo

Jun 19, 2013

James Tredwell Wonderful Bowling England to Reach CT Final

He ended with a middle order batsmen Jonathan Trott 82 not out from 84 balls, a seven-wicket win done and powder by way of more than 12 overs to spare and the other than Jonathan Trott hit 82 not out and Joe Root made 48 for the period of a 105-run stand to help England better the modest mark in the 38th over of a South Africa unacceptable semi-final.

At home Sunday for a final at Edgbaston, Birmingham, which will be significance $2 million for the champions, England will meet up the winner of Thursday's all-Asian semi-final between India and Sri Lanka in Cardiff.

The top-ranked Test cricket team South Africa for a terrible opponent in world cricket, have fight back to get past the semi-final point in most important one-day tournaments since attractive the opening version of the Champions Trophy in Bangladesh in 1998.

England won toss and chose to field

Scorecard:

South Africa: 175 all out for 38.4 overs

David Miller 56 not out for 51 balls(5 fours & 2 sixes)
Rory Kleinveldt 43

James Tredwell 19/3

England: 179/3 for 37.3 overs

Jonathan Trott 82 not out
Joe Root 48

Jean-Paul Duminy 27/1

England won by 7 wickets

Man of the match: James Tredwell (England)

South Africa tour of Sri Lanka 2013

DateMatch DetailsTime
(IST)
Place
Jul 20 - Sat1st ODI - Sri Lanka v South Africa14:30Colombo
Jul 23 - Tue2nd ODI - Sri Lanka v South Africa14:30Colombo
Jul 26 - Fri3rd ODI - Sri Lanka v South Africa14:30Pallekele
Jul 28 - Sun4th ODI - Sri Lanka v South Africa14:30Pallekele
Jul 31 - Wed5th ODI - Sri Lanka v South Africa14:30Colombo

Jun 18, 2013

Mahela Jayawardene Marvelous Batting Srilanka seal Semis berth with Close Win

The Sri Lanka needed a win at all expenses and the Australia, too, and triumph big at that force on the Aussies prove to be a small too much and they lost the plot all through the chase, giving up wickets in a heap before a fine last-wicket stand took them earlier to the target, which they in due course fell short of by 20 runs and, in the practice, brought their Champions Trophy movement to an end and the target was a difficult one still under standard situation, although Australia had to do even more they were likely to chase down 254 in 29.1 overs in order to go all the way through to the next stage.

Australia won toss and chose to field

Scorecard:

Sri Lanka: 253/8 for 50 overs

Mahela Jayawardene 84
Lahiru Thirimanne 57

Mitchell Johnson 48/3

Australia: 233 all out for 42.3 overs

Adam Voges 49
Glenn Maxwell 32

Nuwan Kulasekara 42/3

Sri Lanka won by 20 runs

Man of the match: Mahela Jayawardene (Sri Lanka)

Alastair Cook Set England through to Champions Trophy Semi-finals

The both two team played for 24 overs maximum match England do not make life simple for themselves in knockout tournaments, save for they safe their passage to the Champions Trophy semi-finals all the way through a collectively inspiring performance from the bowlers which follow a fast innings from Alastair Cook after the weather had in danger to go away their hopes in Australia's hands and the Alastair Cook showed he can score at Twenty20 pace.

New Zealand won toss and chose to field

Scorecard:

England: 169 all out for 23.3 overs

Alastair Cook 64
Joe Root 38

Kyle Mills 30/4

New Zealand: 159/8 for 24 overs

Kane Williamson 67
Corey Anderson 30

James Anderson 32/3

England won by 10 runs

Man of the match: Alastair Cook (England)

Jun 16, 2013

India Super Bowling against Pakistan at Edgbaston

A moment ago like most of the cricket played in this glorified competition, the cricket at Edgbaston to this time since of the weather conditions was boring and doubtful, other than India finally registered their first win over Pakistan in Champions Trophy on the other hand, it was dead rubbers as India was before now sure the top slot in the group, and Pakistan the bottom.

The Pakistan's innings their total of 165 all out was in tune to 167 because of the rain break and the India got off to a rock-hard start in response, and it matter slight that the rain ultimately bring the target down to 122 in 22 overs for India won in 19.1 overs.

India won toss and chose to field

Scorecard:

Pakistan: 165 all out for 39.4 overs

Asad Shafiq 41
Mohammad Hafeez 27

Bhuvneshwar Kumar 19/2

India: 102/2 for 19.1 overs

Shikhar Dhawan 48
Virat Kohli 22 not out

Wahab Riaz 20/1

India won by 8 wickets (with 17 balls remaining) (D/L method)

Man of the match: Bhuvneshwar Kumar (India)

Jun 15, 2013

Awesome Match West Indies Team being eliminated on Net Run-rate

It has be a decade from the time when South Africa's slip-up of Duckworth-Lewis saw them exit the World Cup in the first round as a final spot, they will believe themselves redeem in a twist of fate as completely created as the twist on a young girl's crop of hair, West Indies were short of out of the Champions Trophy after a rain-affected tied match following 26.1 overs, with six wickets down, they needed 191 runs to win the match and they left the field on 190 for 6 as the rain slightly drifted down for the result award a point to each side and South Africa progress to the semi-finals by good quality of a better net run rate.

West Indies won toss and chose to field

Scorecard:

South Africa: 230/6 for 31 overs

Colin Ingram 76
David Miller 38

Dwayne Bravo 43/2

West Indies: 190/6 for 26.1 overs

Marlon Samuels 48
Chris Gayle 36

Dale Steyn 33/2

Match tied (D/L method)

Man of the match: Colin Ingram (South Africa)

Jun 14, 2013

Sangakkara Superb Unbeaten Played One of his Best One-day Innings against Eng

The Wicket-keeper and batsmen Kumar Sangakkara has never be part of a Sri Lanka team winning a major ICC one-day international trophy total and neither contains the other excellent players of this Sri Lanka batsmen Mahela Jayawardene and face bowler Lasith Malinga or Tillakaratne Dilshan and however they will accept as true there is still time following Sangakkara's brilliant unbeaten 134 from 135 balls pulled off an unbelievable run chase against England by seven wickets with 17 balls to spare at The Oval.

Sri Lanka won toss and chose to field

Scorecard:

England: 293/7 for 50 overs

Jonathan Trott 76
Joe Root 68

Rangana Herath 46/2

Sri Lanka: 297/3 for 47.1 overs

Kumar Sangakkara 134 not out for 135 balls(12 fours)
Nuwan Kulasekara 58 not out

James Anderson 51/2

Sri Lanka won by 7 wkts

Man of the match: Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)

Jun 12, 2013

Rain Will Play Australia and New Zealand with Split Points

The above all English weather had not damage the Champions Trophy in england for One-day internation cricket match much over its first six days, although struck in the important trans-Tasman match to leave Australia and New Zealand with share the points and the Zew Zealand were 51 for 2 after 15 overs in their follow of 244 when play was constant, and heavy rain come again and again couldn't resume.

Australia won toss and chose to bat

Scorecard:

Australia: 243/8 for 50 overs

Adam Voges 71
George Bailey 55

Mitchell McClenaghan  65/4

New Zealand:: 51/2 for 15 overs

Kane Williamson 18 not out
Ross Taylor 9 not out

Clint McKay 10/2

No result