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Jun 29, 2010

Australia in India 2010, Schedule

DateMatch DetailsTimeVenue
Oct 01 - 05India v Australia, 1st Test
Ind won by 1 wickets
9.30Mohali
Oct 09 - 13India v Australia, 2nd Test9.30Bengaluru
Oct 17 - SunIndia v Australia, 1st ODI9.00Kochi
Oct 20 - wed
India v Australia, 2nd ODI*14.30Vizak
Oct 24 - SunIndia v Australia, 3rd ODI9.00Margao


Australia v Pakistan in England 2010


Jun 8, 2010

Sehwag continues his number one position in ICC Ranking


The glitzy Virender Sehwag continues his number one position in the ICC rankings for Test batsmen and India also held on to its top spot in the latest ICC ranking chart.

Virendar Sehwag is a leading the list with 863 points and is followed by South Africa's Hashim Amla (842) and Sri Lanka's Mahela Jayawardene (836).

Left-handed opening batsman Gautam Gambhir (824) and Sachin Tendulkar (805) are the other two Indian batsmen in top-10 at number six and seven positions respectively.

VVS Laxman (14) and Rahul Dravid (16) also had their rankings unmoved.

In the bowlers list, India have two players in the top-10 with paceman Zaheer Khan placed at number six followed by spinner Harbhajan Singh at number 7.

In the teams list, India are at the top with 124 points followed by South Africa 120 points and Australia 119 points.

Jun 4, 2010

India in Sri Lanka Test Series 2010


DateMatch DetailsTime(IST)Venue
Jul 18 - 22
India v Sri Lanka, 1st Test
Sri won by 10 wickets
10.00
Galle
Jul 26 - 30
India v Sri Lanka, 2nd Test
Match Drawn
10.00
Colombo
Aug 3 - 07
India v Sri Lanka, 3rd Test
Ind won by 5 wickets
10.00
Dambulla

Tri-angle Series In Sri Lanka, 2010


Jun 3, 2010

Laxman practices on grate for Sri Lanka tour


Leaving no stone untwisted in his preparation for next month's Sri Lanka tour, stylish batsman VVS Laxman is practising on grate wickets to fine-tune his technique against spinners.

VVS Laxman said playing spinners well would be critical to the team's success in Sri Lanka and he was not taking any chance.

"For the last two weeks, I have been practicing hard for the coming Sri Lanka tour. I am playing on the gravel pitches to fine-tune my technique as Sri Lanka has some quality spinners in Ajantha Mendis and Muttiah Muralitharan," said the elegant stroke player.

"They also have some other good slow bowlers like Rangana Herath. I want to do well and start the season on a high," he said.

"Two years back when we toured Sri Lanka we lost the series 1-2. This time we want to turn things around," said

India will tour Sri Lanka in July-August for a three-match Test series and a triangular one-day series with New Zealand as the 3rd team.

The first Test match will start on July 10 at Galle while the remaining two matches are scheduled in Colombo and Dambulla on July 18-22 and July 26-30 respectively.

It is, however, Australia which brings out the best in VVS Laxman and Laxman said he was waiting to strut his stuff against the old enemies when the Aussies tour India later this year.

"Australia will tour India in winter and it's always a great enjoyment to host them," Laxman said.

"Australia is a highly competitive side in Test cricket and I hope to present a tough challenge to them. We want to repeat our earlier performances on home soil where we have always won against them," he said.

Dwelling on the second-string Indian team playing a tri-series in Zimbabwe, Laxman said these are the players who would take over from the seniors.

"The team in Zimbabwe is a very talented one and the boys have that killer sense in them. The match against Sri Lanka was indication of this fact where they crushed them in a comprehensive manner. These youngsters are the future of the country," Laxman said.