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Sunday, April 4, 2010


Jayawardene ton breaks Punjab's losing runThere were two captivating innings of contrasting styles on show at Eden Gardens and eventually it was the precision of Mahela Jayawardene's graceful strokes that helped Kings XI Punjab overcome the challenge set by Chris Gayle's exhibition of bottom-hand
Vettori and Taylor come in, Delhi batGautam Gambhir won the toss and chose to bat in what promised to be a high-quality contest between two high-quality teams
Mashonaland Eagles secure draw, lift Logan CupA round-up from the final of the Logan Cup
Kolkata aim to shut out downbeat PunjabCricinfo previews the return match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Kings XI Punjab at the Eden Gardens
Confident Karthik eyes finisher role in Indian teamDinesh Karthik, who contributed a crucial 38-ball 69 in Delhi's victory against Rajasthan, is pleased with his batting form and believes he is ready to take over the role of finisher in the India's limited-overs teams
Clumsiness galore, and Chennai's adopted AustralianPlays of the day from the IPL fixture between Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals at the MA Chidambaram Stadium
A catch that drew applause from Jonty RhodesHighlights from the IPL fixture between Mumbai Indians and Deccan Chargers at the Brabourne Stadium
Sensible Rayudu shines on big stageAmbati Rayudu once again played a responsible knock that ensured Mumbai Indians have a competitive total despite a top-order wobble
Reinforced teams target win No. 6Cricinfo previews the IPL match between Delhi Daredevils and Royal Challengers Bangalore at the Feroz Shah Kotla
William Porterfield targets Twenty20 preparationWilliam Porterfield, the Ireland captain, hopes his team's three-week tour to Jamaica will set them up for an impressive display at the World Twenty20
Afridi asks senior players to lead by examplePakistan's Twenty20 captain has urged all the senior members of the team to lead by example and encourage the younger players to give their best in the forthcoming ICC World Twenty20
Pakistan and South Africa plan series in UAEPakistan and South Africa are considering playing a Test and ODI series in the UAE later this year
Clarke in line for move to No. 4Michael Clarke's increasing seniority within the Test team is set to continue with his likely promotion to No. 4 during the series against Pakistan
Ponting tells New Zealand how to improveDisappointing though the 2-0 result was for New Zealand, it wasn't a shock
Katich and Co deliver for AustraliaAustralia's marks out of 10 for the 2-0 series win over New Zealand
Afridi writes to PCB; requests reconsideration of fineShahid Afridi has written to the PCB chairman asking him to reconsider the fine imposed on him by a committee for ball-tampering during the fifth ODI against Australia in February this year
Mumbai fined for slow over-rateThe IPL has fined Mumbai Indians for maintaining a slow over-rate during their win against Kings XI Punjab at the Brabourne Stadium on Tuesday
Pakistan still needs Yousuf in Tests - Mohsin KhanPakistan chief selector Mohsin Khan believes that Mohammad Yousuf, who announced his retirement from the game following the ban imposed by the PCB, has a Test future and should reconsider his decision
Ponting looks to the Ashes after undefeated summerRicky Ponting is confident Australia are in the best possible shape to regain the Ashes later this year
Deserving Johnson earns a restMitchell Johnson put his hand up over the past week, now he can put his feet up
Bangladesh recall Ashraful for World Twenty20Mohammad Ashraful, who was dropped from all squads for the recent home series against England, has been recalled to Bangladesh's 15-member squad for the ICC World Twenty20 in the West Indies in April-May
Mohammad Yousuf retires from international cricketFormer Pakistan captain Mohammad Yousuf has announced his retirement from international cricket, following an indefinite ban imposed by the PCB in the aftermath of a winless tour of Australia
Tendulkar's absence a blessing in disguise - AfridiShahid Afridi, Pakistan's captain for the upcoming World Twenty20, has said that Sachin Tendulkar's absence from the Indian team for the tournament will be a blessing in disguise for the other sides
Tendulkar's absence a blessing in disguise - AfridiShahid Afridi, Pakistan's captain for the upcoming World Twenty20, has said that Sachin Tendulkar's absence from the Indian team for the tournament will be a blessing in disguise for the other sides
Mohammad Yousuf should not retire - Shahid AfridiShahid Afridi, Pakistan's captain for the upcoming ICC World Twenty20, has called on Mohammad Yousuf to reconsider his decision to retire from international cricket
Mohammad Yousuf set to retireMohammad Yousuf is preparing to retire from all forms of international cricket, a direct result it is believed, of the treatment and punishment the PCB handed out to him in the aftermath of Pakistan's recent Australian tour
Sania and Sadia in World Twenty20 squadSania Khan and Sadia Yousuf have been recalled to the Pakistan Women's squad for the ICC World Twenty20 in the West Indies in April-May
Waqar salutes Afridi appointmentWaqar Younis, the new Pakistan coach, has hailed the appointment of allrounder Shahid Afridi as captain for the World Twenty20 starting next month
Tendulkar powers Mumbai to the topSachin Tendulkar was the rudder, Shikhar Dhawan provided propulsion, and they combined for a 92-run opening partnership which charted Mumbai Indians' course for success at the Brabourne Stadium
Cook hundred takes England to 2-0 series winWhat was at times a fluctuating contest turned into a comfortable victory for England as Alastair Cook finished his first tour in charge with a controlled, unbeaten 109
Bangladesh ran out of steam - ShakibShakib Al Hasan admitted that the experience of taking consecutive Test matches deep into the fifth day had left his team weary when it came to the sharp end of the contest
Alastair Cook passes his leadership testIn the final analysis, Alastair Cook's tenure as England captain has been a job well done
Cook succeeds where Shakib falls shortPlays of the day from Bangladesh v England, 2nd Test, Dhaka, 5th day
Jamie Siddons fined over anger at umpiringJamie Siddons, the Bangladesh coach, has been fine 10 percent of his match fee after his angry response to the umpiring during the third day of the second Test against England at Dhaka
England chip away to leave home side flounderingEngland made regular inroads into Bangladesh's batting to set up the prospect of 2-0 series win after the home side limped to a lead of 95 with four wickets remaining in Dhaka
Missed swipes, dropped chances and a forgotten manPlays of the day from Bangladesh v England, 2nd Test, Dhaka, 4th day
Mirpur mistakes will spur UDRS usage - David MorganThe ICC president believes that the umpiring controversies that marred the third day of the Mirpur Test will help to encourage all cricket boards to embrace the use of the Umpire Decision Review System
'Tough week' for umpire review systemThe Umpire Decision Review System can't win this week
Australia's 'Sehwag' unlikely for second TestAustralia are confident Shane Watson will return for the second Test in Hamilton, which would mean the axe for Phillip Hughes despite his final-day blitz
Tare fumbles, Kartik goes blindPlays of the Day for the 17th match, between Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders at the Brabourne Stadium
Tendulkar and bowlers help Mumbai cruiseA graceful Sachin Tendulkar fifty was the highlight of Mumbai Indians' convincing seven-wicket win, which was set up by the bowlers who stuck to a strategy to restrict Kolkata Knight Riders to an underwhelming score at the Brabourne Stadium
Habibul Bashar retires from all forms of the gameHabibul Bashar, the former captain of the Bangladesh team, today announced his retirement from all forms of cricket
Maharoof's woes and the lord of the fansPlays of the Day from the IPL game between Delhi Daredevils and Mumbai Indians
Focussed Clarke is ready to goMichael Clarke and Marcus North have both been under pressure this week for different reasons
Harris and Arnel await news on debutsRyan Harris and Brent Arnel couldn't have wished for better conditions to begin their Test careers than the green-top at the Basin Reserve
Clarke confirms New Zealand flightRicky Ponting has called Michael Clarke a definite starter for Friday's first Test against New Zealand in Wellington
In-form stars boost Mumbai hopesMumbai Indians can bounce back, for Sachin Tendulkar is in tremendous form, Dwayne Bravo and Kieron Pollard boost their all-round strength and Zaheer Khan is proving highly consistent
Flawless Tendulkar 200 gives India seriesSouth Africa's were never in the hunt and eventually slumped to a 153-run defeat, after Sachin Tendulkar rewrote history in the first innings in Gwalior, making the first ever 200 in ODIs
Tendulkar and Sehwag rested for final ODITamil Nadu opener M Vijay and Karnataka fast bowler Abhimanyu Mithun have been picked for the third ODI against South Africa in Ahmedabad on February 27
I'd like to bat another full 50 overs - TendulkarSachin Tendulkar, who broke the record for the highest ODI score, has said his ability to bat the entire 50 overs was a testament to his good fitness after having played the game for more than 20 years

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