So Close, Yet So Far…

English batsmen tried hard in the 6th ODI of the series but it was Australia who prevailed again. Micheal Clarke finally played captain’s innings and lead his team to a memorable victory.

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Pride Is On The Line…

Although, Australia has taken an unaccessible lead in 7 match ODI series against England by beating them in 4 out of 5 matches. More

Welcome Back Aussies…

 After a dreadful summer of defeats, selection conspiracies and injuries, Australians are finally back. It seems that they have finally given up their losing habit and are right back on track to defend the title for third consecutive time in ICC world cup starting next month. More

English Dominance Continued…

England continued to move ahead towards the Ashes URN on the second day of fourth test. It was an action packed day, Trott got his century, Siddle provided the early break throughs and Mr. Ponting lost his temperament. More

Ashes Still ‘Alive’….

England resistant didn’t last long as Aussies bowlers finish things off quickly to level the 5 match series 1-1.

England started the day with Bell and Anderson on crease and needing 309 more runs to win the test and retain the Ashes. On the other hand, England needed only 5 wickets ……

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Night-mare For England Continues….

English team found themselves in heaps of trouble after the 3rd day of 3rd Ashes test at Perth.

Australia began their overnight innings, both batsmen Hussey and Watson continued the good work. Australia survived the first hour without losing a wicket and scoring 46 runs….
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Welcome back Johnson…

 

A nightmare for England, the line clearly defines the 2nd day of 3rd test. England began the day hoping to finish off the deficit comfortably but Mitchell Johnson had some other plans in his mind.

England started their innings at 29-0….

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