Australia Tri-Series, 2015 News
- Harbhajan Singh Blames Lack of Practice for Bowlers' Inconsistent Performance Down Under
India lost the four-match Test series 2-0 and also failed to win a single match in the One-Day International (ODI) tri-series against England and Australia.
- Eoin Morgan Plays Down Mitchell Johnson Factor After Tri-Series Defeat
England suffered a 112-run loss to Australia in the tri-series final on Sunday.
- Disappointing to Lose in This Manner: Eoin Morgan
England were bowled out for just 166 in reply to Australia's 278 for eight. They failed to capitalise on the strong opening bowling display as they allowed Australia to a fighting total after being reduced to 60 for 4 in the 18th over.
- Glenn Maxwell Elated With All-Round Performance After Australia's Tri-Series Triumph
Glenn Maxwell scored 95 in Australia's total of 278 and then took four wickets with his off-breaks to guide the hosts to 112-run win over England in the final.
- Injury Scare for Australian All-Rounder James Faulkner
James Faulkner slammed 50 off 24 balls in Australia's victory over England in the tri-series final on Sunday but the all-rounder had to leave the field with 'side soreness' halfway through his third over.
- Shane Watson's 'Indian Mantra' for Injuries and Grief
Australia all-rounder Shane Watson has taken to Yoga to help him stay fit ahead of the World Cup 2015.
- Team India's Tri-Series Exit Not Surprising, Says Australia Skipper George Bailey
India failed to win any of their matches against Australia and England, finally going down to the Eoin Morgan-led side by three wickets on Friday in the virtual semifinal to get knocked out.
- Stuart Binny has Done Enough to Earn Team India Berth: Sunil Gavaskar
Sunil Gavaskar feels there is no reason why Karnataka allrounder Stuart Binny should not feature in the Indian team that takes on Pakistan in their first World Cup match in Adelaide on February 15.
- The Murky World of Team India's Fitness Issues, Even MS Dhoni is Stumped
Just days before the World Cup campaign, some of India's key players are facing fitness problems. The lack of clarity on such critical issues has even left skipper MS Dhoni in a tailspin.
- MS Dhoni Blames Fitness Issues For Team India's Exit From Tri-Series
India failed to make it into the final of the tri-series after they lost to England by 3 wickets in Perth on Friday.
- Virat Kohli's Batting Position Doesn't Matter, He's India's Pivot: Sunil Gavaskar to NDTV
Virat Kohli has managed four successive scores in single digit for the first time in ODIs, 15 days ahead of the World Cup. But former India captain Sunil Gavaskar says there is nothing to worry.
- Tri-Series: James Taylor Happy to Get Good Score in a Pressure Situation
James Taylor, who came in at No. 3, put on a 125-run stand for the sixth wicket with Jos Buttler, marking a great turn-around for the English team ahead of the upcoming World Cup, starting on February 14.
- Mahendra Singh Dhoni Feels Team Selection a Catch-22 Situation
Mahendra Singh Dhoni looked at a loss for words trying to explain India's losing streak a fortnight before the World Cup. India lost to England by three wickets to round off a poor tri-nation series in Australia.
- Tri-Series: Mitchell Johnson to Play Final vs England
Mitchell Johnson said the break was a much needed one, specially after the "tough" tour in the United Arab Emirates against Pakistan.
- India vs England: Escapists Attitude on Perth Pitch Hurt us, Slams Sunil Gavaskar
On a Perth track where even England batsmen found going tough, the India top order was guilty of even trying to fight. The attitude, more than the form, has left Sunil Gavaskar bitter.
- Stuart Binny Replicates Father's 1980 Perth Masterstroke But Only Just
Stuart Binny took 3/33 as India gallantly tried to defend a modest 200 against England in a must-win game at WACA, Perth.
- India Players Need Family Touch to Recreate World Cup Magic: Sourav Ganguly
Sourav Ganguly feels a few Team India cricketers can return to their fighting best if they can squeeze a short trip back home ahead of the World Cup.
- India vs England: Ravindra Jadeja's Poor Batting Angers Sourav Ganguly
Ravindra Jadeja failed on his return to ODI cricket, getting out to a loose stroke during India