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Cricket Corner - Howzzat


06/27/2007

India's illness worries pose selection problems
The flu virus that has affected more than half of the India squad is continuing to leave them with some difficult selection issues as they prepare for the second one-dayer against South Africa in Belfast on Friday. [more]

Johnson flies to India for coaching
Mitchell Johnson will use a trip to India's pace foundation to prepare for Australia's seven-match one-day series in the country starting in September. [more]

Kallis impressed by team's calmness
Jacques Kallis, the South Africa captain, was proud of the way his side came through a testing run chase against India at Stormont. [more]

Kallis shepherds South Africa to victory
An impeccable half-century from Jacques Kallis ensured that South Africa overcame some spin-related jitters, scrapping to an 4-wicket win in the opening game of the Future Cup on a breezy day at Belfast. [more]

BCCI name replacement for John Gloster
The Indian board (BCCI) has named Nitin Patel as replacement for the injured physiotherapist John Gloster. [more]

Arjun Yadav asked to join team
Arjun Yadav, the 25-year old allrounder, has been asked to join the Indian team which is caught in a flu-related illness crisis. [more]

Indian squad struck by illness
India were plunged into trouble as a virus ran through their camp leaving them desperately short of fit players ahead of the opening match. [more]

Bray lashes out at Irish cricket
Jeremy Bray, Ireland's opening batsman, has branded the Irish Cricket Union's efforts at turning the game professional 'a joke'. Bray opted out of Ireland's weekend ODIs against India and South Africa, having also been unavailable for a large part of the Friends Provident campaign. [more]

Feisty in their flannels
Player profiles of the Indian cricketers who played in India's first Test against England in 1932. [more]

India commemorate 75 years of Test cricket
It's 75 years to the day since India made their entry into the Test fold. It was a glorious summer day in 1932 when CK Nayudu walked out to lead a bunch of novices against England at Lord's . [more]



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