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Australia v India: first women’s one-day international – live!

It’s cricket season!! Can you believe it? After months of dreary football we’re finally ready for the delight that can only be brought to us

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India’s Ravi Shastri: ‘I have absolutely no regrets about the book launch’

“There is no shortcut in India,” Ravi Shastri says with a wry smile on a cool September morning in London. All the heat and dust

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The Spin | The IPL is back with unfinished business, and it was always going to be

Who could forget the Indian Premier League 2021 part one? All aboard the franchise flagship, fingers pushed firmly in ears, as a deadly Covid surge

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‘Something has to give’: Chris Woakes puts Ashes and T20 World Cup before IPL

Chris Woakes has put his decision to withdraw from the second half of the Indian Premier League down to a winter with England that he

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England v India: player ratings for the unresolved Test series

England Joe Root: 564 runs, average 94; one wicket, average 40; seven catchesJoe Root was monumental with the bat, at times carrying his team as

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Blame the schedule, not India’s players for cancellation of final England Test | Anand Vasu

The low-hanging fruit are being picked off. Ravi Shastri, India’s coach, is the easiest target – having attended a private event for his book launch

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India reacts with stunned silence as final Test against England is called off

The reaction from the Indian cricket fraternity to the cancelled – or rescheduled – Old Trafford Test was largely one of stunned silence. Rarely, if

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So the blame game begins, but are India really the right target for your anger? | Andy Bull

There’s been a lot to be angry about these last few months. Back in February, six months, two weeks, and nine lifetimes ago, the American

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‘We had friends coming from India’: how cancelled Test left fans devastated

It was a perfect morning for bowling. An autumn sun squinting through milksop skies, a damp wind tickling the flags flying over the pavilion. But