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Wait might get longer - Pune Mirror;

Wait might get longer - Pune Mirror

Pune MirrorWait might get longerPune MirrorDinesh Karthik's disciplined knock against Bangladesh at The Oval on Wednesday may not yet guarantee him a place for the big game against Pakistan here at Edgbaston on Sunday. Yuvraj Singh, who has been lying low due to indisposition since arriving ...and more »

2017 ICC Champions Trophy: 5 reasons why Dinesh Karthik deserves to play ahead of Yuvraj Singh - Yahoo Cricket;

2017 ICC Champions Trophy: 5 reasons why Dinesh Karthik deserves to play ahead of Yuvraj Singh - Yahoo Cricket

Yahoo Cricket2017 ICC Champions Trophy: 5 reasons why Dinesh Karthik deserves to play ahead of Yuvraj SinghYahoo CricketAfter a comprehensive win over New Zealand in their first warm-up match, India registered another convincing win in their final warm-up game by thrashing Bangladesh by 240 runs. India had a poor start to their innings as they lost Rohit Sharma and ...and more »

Champions Trophy 2017: Dinesh Karthik desperately needs to grab limited chances to resurrect India career - Firstpost;

Champions Trophy 2017: Dinesh Karthik desperately needs to grab limited chances to resurrect India career - Firstpost

FirstpostChampions Trophy 2017: Dinesh Karthik desperately needs to grab limited chances to resurrect India careerFirstpostThe minute BCCI announced the selection of Dinesh Karthik in place of an injured Manish Pandey for 2017 Champions Trophy, a joke started circulating on social media. Is Karthik a Champions Trophy specialist? In 2013, the Tamil Nadu batsman earned a ...and more »

'Pakistan Match Is Just Another Game,' Say Karthik and Pandya - The Quint;

'Pakistan Match Is Just Another Game,' Say Karthik and Pandya - The Quint

The Quint'Pakistan Match Is Just Another Game,' Say Karthik and PandyaThe QuintIndia's wicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik and all-rounder Hardik Pandya said on Wednesday that once the players take the field on Sunday (India vs Pakistan), the game is going to be only about bat against ball. Pandya said that the team will not put ...and more »

Men in Blue thrash Bangladesh - The Hindu;

Men in Blue thrash Bangladesh - The Hindu

The HinduMen in Blue thrash BangladeshThe HinduA supremely assertive India on Tuesday humiliated Bangladesh by 240 runs to gear up for the ICC Champions Trophy in an emphatic fashion and sound a warning to Pakistan. Playing in its second warm-up match, the defending champion made short work of ...and more »

India's XI for Pakistan clash: Both Yuvraj Singh and Dinesh Karthik should make the cut - Scroll.in;

India's XI for Pakistan clash: Both Yuvraj Singh and Dinesh Karthik should make the cut - Scroll.in

Scroll.inIndia's XI for Pakistan clash: Both Yuvraj Singh and Dinesh Karthik should make the cutScroll.inWhen the selectors announced India's squad for the Champions Trophy in May, the immediate reaction was “safe”. No risks were taken. No new names were in the squad. Continuity was the chief theme and not their form in the just-concluded Indian Premier ...and more »

Virat Kohli : We wanted to give Dinesh Karthik a longer run - SportsCafe;

Virat Kohli : We wanted to give Dinesh Karthik a longer run - SportsCafe

SportsCafeVirat Kohli : We wanted to give Dinesh Karthik a longer runSportsCafeVirat Kohli has revealed that the Indian team management wanted Dinesh Karthik to get sufficient match time ahead of the Champions Trophy and were quite happy with the match performance. Karthik, too, said that he was relieved after the knock and was ...and more »

After 94-Run Knock, Dinesh Karthik Feels Champions Trophy Ready - The Quint;

After 94-Run Knock, Dinesh Karthik Feels Champions Trophy Ready - The Quint

The QuintAfter 94-Run Knock, Dinesh Karthik Feels Champions Trophy ReadyThe QuintWicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik feels he has a good chance of making India's Champions Trophy playing eleven after his 94-run knock in the warm-up game against Bangladesh on Tuesday. Replacing an injured Manish Pandey, Karthik was named in ...and more »

ICC Champions Trophy 2017: 4 lessons learnt by India in the warm-up matches - Yahoo Cricket;

ICC Champions Trophy 2017: 4 lessons learnt by India in the warm-up matches - Yahoo Cricket

Yahoo CricketICC Champions Trophy 2017: 4 lessons learnt by India in the warm-up matchesYahoo CricketTeam India dominated their opponents, New Zealand and Bangladesh, comprehensively in their warm-up encounters ahead of the start of the Champions Trophy as they put on clinical performances both on the batting as well as the bowling perspectives.and more »

ICC Champions Trophy: Dinesh Karthik looks to exploit England conditions - The Statesman;

ICC Champions Trophy: Dinesh Karthik looks to exploit England conditions - The Statesman

The StatesmanICC Champions Trophy: Dinesh Karthik looks to exploit England conditionsThe StatesmanKarthik is determined to exploit pitch conditions in England, where he has seen much success in the recent past. Wicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik, who scored a match-winning knock of 94 runs to help India beat Bangladesh in the warp-up match, ...and more »

MS Dhoni's place in doubt? Virat Kohli indicates Dinesh Karthik can find place in starting XI - T2 Online (blog);

MS Dhoni's place in doubt? Virat Kohli indicates Dinesh Karthik can find place in starting XI - T2 Online (blog)

T2 Online (blog)MS Dhoni's place in doubt? Virat Kohli indicates Dinesh Karthik can find place in starting XIT2 Online (blog)Indian skipper Virat Kohli hinted that Dinesh Karthik could make it to the starting XI in India's opening ICC Champions Trophy game against Pakistan on June 4. Karthik was the star of the show in India's second warm-up victory over Bangladesh and ...and more »

I feel ready for Champions Trophy now, says Dinesh Karthik - The Hindu;

I feel ready for Champions Trophy now, says Dinesh Karthik - The Hindu

The HinduI feel ready for Champions Trophy now, says Dinesh KarthikThe HinduDone in by nerves to start with, keeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik feels he has a good chance of making India's Champions Trophy playing XI after his fluent knock in the warm-up game against Bangladesh. After failing in India's first warm-up match against ...and more »

India beat Bangladesh by 240 runs in a warm-up match - The Leicester Journal;

India beat Bangladesh by 240 runs in a warm-up match - The Leicester Journal

The Leicester JournalIndia beat Bangladesh by 240 runs in a warm-up matchThe Leicester JournalBangladesh's batting unit would have been confident after making 341 in its first warm-up match but it didn't have Tamim Iqbal, who scored a century in the first warm-up game against Pakistan. Pakistan, in Group B, takes on India at Edgbaston on June 4 ...and more »

Injured Glenn Maxwell to miss warm-up match against Pakistan - Leicester Post;

Injured Glenn Maxwell to miss warm-up match against Pakistan - Leicester Post

Leicester PostInjured Glenn Maxwell to miss warm-up match against PakistanLeicester PostIndia used the four pacers and Jadeja for the warm-up against Bangladesh, and that might have been a hint of what to expect against Pakistan. Defending champions India take on Bangladesh in their final warm-up match of 2017 Champions Trophy at ...and more »

India crush Bangladesh in warm-up fixture - Antigua Observer

India crush Bangladesh in warm-up fixtureAntigua ObserverBangladesh suffered a 240-run thrashing by India in their final warm-up game before they kick off their Champions Trophy campaign against hosts England on Thursday. Shakib Al Hasan's team were bowled out for just 84 in reply to India's 324-7 – pace ...and more »

India destroys Bangladeshi Batting order at 84 runs - Pakistan Today;

India destroys Bangladeshi Batting order at 84 runs - Pakistan Today

Pakistan TodayIndia destroys Bangladeshi Batting order at 84 runsPakistan TodayIndia showed their class last night demonstrating one of their best performances in both batting and bowling. The Indians were batting first and a decent target of 325 was put on the board after a brilliant knock by Dinesh Kartik and Shikhar Dhawan who ...and more »

We've got what we wanted out of warm-up games: Dinesh Karthik - The Asian Age;

We've got what we wanted out of warm-up games: Dinesh Karthik - The Asian Age

The Asian AgeWe've got what we wanted out of warm-up games: Dinesh KarthikThe Asian AgeDinesh Karthik, who got out for a duck in the first warm-up game against New Zealand, tore apart the Bangladeshi attack with his 77-ball 94. Dinesh Karthik, who got out for a duck in the first warm-up match against New Zealand, made full use of the ...and more »

India's Karthik expects a memorable Pakistan-India game - Geo News, Pakistan;

India's Karthik expects a memorable Pakistan-India game - Geo News, Pakistan

Geo News, PakistanIndia's Karthik expects a memorable Pakistan-India gameGeo News, PakistanLONDON: Giving his respect to the Green Caps, Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik said on Tuesday that Pakistan is a good team and he is expecting a good match between the archrivals on June 4. Speaking to Pakistani journalists, he said: “In the ...and more »

ICC Champions Trophy 2017: All bases covered, says Virat Kohli ahead of India vs Pakistan match - India TV;

ICC Champions Trophy 2017: All bases covered, says Virat Kohli ahead of India vs Pakistan match - India TV

India TVICC Champions Trophy 2017: All bases covered, says Virat Kohli ahead of India vs Pakistan matchIndia TVIndia will take on arch-rivals Pakistan in their opening ICC Champions Trophy 2017 match on June 4. India TV Sports Desk, London [Updated:31 May 2017, 5:07 PM IST]. Comment. An error occurred. Try watching this video on www.youtube.com, or enable ...and more »

India Embarrass B'desh by 240 Runs in 2nd Warm-up Tie - Odisha Samaya;

India Embarrass B'desh by 240 Runs in 2nd Warm-up Tie - Odisha Samaya

Odisha SamayaIndia Embarrass B'desh by 240 Runs in 2nd Warm-up TieOdisha SamayaLondon : A supremely assertive India on Tuesday humiliated Bangladesh by 240 runs in a warm-up game and geared up for the ICC Champions Trophy in an emphatic fashion, sounding a warning for arch-rivals Pakistan. Playing in their second warm-up ...and more »