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Thursday, 8 January 2015

Smith claims didn't see Starc's in-your-face send-off post dismissing Vijay in SCG Test

Australia Test team captain Steven Smith has claimed that he did not see paceman Mitchell Starc's in-your-face celebration after dismissing India's opener Murali Vijay on the second day of the SCG Test, but has insisted that he is not a fan of the concept.

Jonathon Trott feeling `really good` on cricket return post 2013-14 Ashes exit

Playing his first game for an England side since leaving the 2013-14 Ashes tour with 'stress-related illness', England Lions skipper Jonathon Trott hit 79 off 127 deliveries as the domestic side drew their opening tour game against a Gauteng Invitation XI in Soweto, South Africa.

De Villiers believes Proteas perfectly primed to win WC

South African skipper AB de Villiers believes that his team has the capability to bring home the coveted World Cup trophy for the first time.

Spidercam controversy after Smith's drops Rahul

Australian skipper Steve Smith dropped Indian batsman Lokesh Rahul and then appeared to suggest that the ball hit the wire attached to the Spidercam which put him off on the third day of the fourth Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) here Thursday.

Sachin Tendulkar to debut on big screen with biopic

After wrapping up a stupendous innings on the cricket pitch, master blaster Sachin Tendulkar is ready to make a splash on the film scene. He will star as himself in a biopic to be released in 2015 itself. The yet untitled feature, conceived by Mumbai-based production company 200 Not Out has been in the works for over a year, in co-ordination with World Sports Group, the firm that manages Brand Sachin.

Australia v India - 4th Test, Day 3: India 342/5 at stumps, trail by 230 runs

India ended day three on 342 for five, still 230 runs behind Australia's first innings score in the fourth and final Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) here Thursday.

Elliot, Vettori included in New Zealand's World Cup squad

Veteran all-rounder Grant Elliot and ace left-arm spinner Daniel Vettori has been named in New Zealand's squad for next month's Cricket World Cup, announced Thursday.