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India beat Sri Lanka by four wickets in tri-series


Chasing 234 to win, India defeated Sri Lanka by four wickets in the second match of the ODI cricket tri-series at WACA ground here on Wednesday.

Brief Scores:

Sri Lanka: 233 for 8 in 50 overs (Dines

Dhoni relieved after India's first ODI win overseas since June


India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Wednesday heaved a sigh of relief after the World Champions won their first One-day International since June last year.

India defeated Sri Lanka by four wickets

Sri Lanka win toss, elect to bat against India


Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardene won the toss and elected to bat against India in the second one-dayer of the cricket tri-series here on Wednesday.

India made two changes in their playing eleven

Sehwag to be back tomorrow, will have an attacking approach


Mostly a failure during this Australian summer, dashing Indian opener Virender Sehwag will return to the team for tomorrow's match against Sri Lanka after being 'rested' from the opening ODI and has v

Bowling, fielding India's weaknesses: Dean Jones


Former Australian batsman Dean Jones believes India's bowling and fielding could be brutally exposed in the ongoing ODI tri-series against Australia and Sri Lanka despite the presence of younger and m

Struggling Marsh admits time running out for him


Struggling Australian batsman Shaun Marsh has conceded that time is running out for him and he has to score runs in the fourth and final Test against India to retain his place in the side.

Marsh scor

Lyon taking tips from Warne to plot India downfall in Adelaide


He is the only Australian bowler struggling against clueless Indian batsmen and off-spinner Nathan Lyon is taking tips from spin legend Shane Warne to plot the downfall of the visiting line-up in the

Laxman nixes retirement reports


India's veteran middle-order batsman V.V.S. Laxman has squashed reports of his retirement following his poor performance in the ongoing Test series against Australia.

Laxman, who has played 133 Tests

Aussies ahead of India in over-rate too


Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni is coping a one-match ban for his bowlers' sluggish over-rate in the lost third Test here but his opposite number Michael Clarke's all-pace attack was a good four o

Out of sorts Haddin told to play in Big Bash


As a triumphant Australian cricket team takes a brief break after crushing India in the third Test here, out-of-form wicketkeeper-batsman and vice-captain Brad Haddin has been told to play in the Big

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