England vs India 2011 News
- England vs India: Two Records for Mahendra Singh Dhoni
The fifth and final Test starts at the Oval on Friday. Mahendra Singh Dhoni will become the most-capped India captain against England
- Won't Ever Compromise on Pace, Promises Varun Aaron
After wrecking England's top-order with figures of 3/48, an injury-prone Varun Aaron vowed to never hold himself back from generating maximum pace.
- India in England: Selection Headaches for MS Dhoni Ahead of Fourth Test
MS Dhoni and his men take on England in the fourth Test at Old Trafford. The series is currently level at 1-1 with two matches left to play.
- ICC to Consider Anderson Verdict After BCCI Protest
ICC chief executive Dave Richardson has until Sunday to decide whether to lodge an appeal against the decision that pronounced James Anderson 'not guilty' in the Ravindra Jadeja row.
- England vs India: MS Dhoni Rejoices While Demoralised Hosts Lose Matt Prior
Matt Prior, 32, said he needed time off to treat injuries, including an Achilles problem that will need surgery, which has affected his form.
- England vs India, 1st Test, Day 1: Murali Vijay's 122* Helps Tourists Dominate
Extending his fourth Test century, Vijay finished a good opening day for India at the crease with captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who was 50 not out on Day 1 of the first Test in Trent Bridge.
- Happy Birthday, Mahendra Singh Dhoni: Indian Captain Turns 33
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has led India against England in England on four occasions prior to the start of the upcoming series. If he leads in all the five Tests, he will establish a new record for leading India in most Tests (nine).
- The Ashes: Michael Holding blasts England pitches, says Aus played better than expected
The former West Indies legend observes that home advantage is not about changing nature of tracks but in home support. The former only spoils cricket, he says.
- Cook's century gives England the edge against South Africa
Alastair Cook made a patient century to give England the edge on the first day of the first Test match against South Africa at the Oval on Thursday.
- England's Graham Onions in injury scare
Graham Onions' chances of playing in the first Test against South Africa receded further on Wednesday when he was unable to train on the eve of the match at the Oval because of a hamstring strain.
- England and South African begin battle for No 1
England will defend their ranking as the top Test team in the world when they come up against a strong South African side in the first of three Test matches at the Oval on Thursday.
- England beat Australia in 2nd ODI, take 2-0 lead in series
Ravi Bopara starred with both bat and ball as England coasted to a six-wicket win over Australia with 26 balls to spare in the second one-day international (ODI) at The Oval here on Sunday.
- Overdose of aggression cost England in India: Flower
England cricket coach says his side's behaviour during the recent tour of India was not "up to scratch" as it overdid the aggression which was against team policy.
- It's been an unbelievable year for England: Bresnan
England pacer Tim Bresnan feels the 0-5 ODI series whitewash at the hands of India cannot take the sheen off his team's spectacular rise in an "unbelievable" year.
- One should not write a book in mid-career: Pietersen
Taking an apparent dig at England stand-in twenty20 skipper Graeme Swann, batsman Kevin Pietersen on Saturday said it was improper for a professional to write a book in the middle of his career.
- Pietersen reprimanded for showing dissent
England batsman Kevin Pietersen has been officially reprimanded after he was found guilty breaching Article 2.1.3 of the ICC Code of Conduct during Saturday's T20 match against India at Kolkata.
- Dhoni blames batsmen for T20 loss
Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni blamed an ordinary display by his batsmen for the hosts' six-wicket defeat at the hands of England in the lone Twenty20 International here.
- I had to beg coach to get T20 berth: Pietersen
England's star performer in their only win in the lone T20 match against India, Kevin Pietersen on Saturday revealed that he had to beg the coach for a berth in the playing eleven at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata.