Kohli skips batting at nets, no Shami for 4th Test - Daily News & Analysis

Skipper Virat Kohli today skipped batting at India's net session ahead of the fourth cricket Test against Australia. It was also learnt that pacer Mohammed Shami will not be picked for the match as he is still being monitored by physio Patrick Farhart ...

India vs Australia: Cheteshwar Pujara says comparing Virat Kohli with Donald Trump is 'sad' - Firstpost

Dharamsala: Cheteshwar Pujara on Wednesday lamented the Australian media's comparison of Virat Kohli with Donald Trump's attitude towards scribes, saying tasteless comments are dominating headlines instead of cricketing achievements. Pujara's epic ...

Pujara comes out in support of Kohli ahead of Dharamsala Test - Daily News & Analysis

As Virat Kohli continued to attract unwanted attention from the Australian media, his fellow team-mate Cheteshwar Pujara has come out in support of the Indian skipper by describing him as a great ambassador of the game. Emotions flared once again ...

Cricket: Virat 'great ambassador of game', says Pujara - Yahoo Cricket (blog)

Indian batsman Cheteshwar Pujara defended Virat Kohli Thursday against a barrage of criticism from the Australian media, insisting his outspoken skipper was one of cricket's great ambassadors. Speaking ahead of the fourth and final Test between India ...

This Former Australian Player Is Fearful That Virat Kohli Will Score A Lot Of Runs In Dharamsala - TopYaps

Former Australian cricketer Adam Gilchrist has said that he is fearful that Indian captain Virat Kohli will score a lot of runs in the fourth Test match as he is “due for a lot of runs”. ×. Indian Express. Calling Kohli a great leader, he said he drags ...

Cheteshwar Pujara says why momentum is with India in Dharamsala deciding Test - Hindustan Times

Cheteshwar Pujara has responded to Steve Smith's jibe that Australia had the momentum heading into the Dharamsala Test after India failed to bowl the visitors out on a wearing pitch in Ranchi. cricket Updated: Mar 23, 2017 16:56 IST. Siddharth ...

CA chief says Kohli doesn't know say "sorry" - Web India 123

The off-field war of words between India and Australia doesn't seem to be settling down as after the aussie players and Australian media, Cricket Australia (CA) chief James Sutherland is the next person to target India captain Virat Kohli. Sutherland ...

India vs Australia: Adam Gilchrist hails Virat Kohli as 'a great leader'; hopes teams diffuse ongoing tension - Firstpost

Melbourne: Australian cricket legend Adam Gilchrist has called Virat Kohli a great leader and said it is time for both the countries to put an end to the 'Cheatgate' controversy before it turns into something along the lines of the infamous 2008 ...

Caution First for Virat Kohli, Skips Nets to Rest Shoulder? - News18

New Delhi: India skipper Virat Kohli skipped the net session as the team returned to the training ground ahead of the fourth Test at the HPCA Stadium in Dharamsala on Thursday. According to sources present at the ground, while Kohli was present right ...

Kohli feeling the heat ahead of series decider - Hazlewood - AOL UK

Australia paceman Josh Hazlewood says India captain Virat Kohli is feeling the heat ahead of the winner-takes-all fourth Test in Dharamsala. Many had predicted a comfortable series win for India before the series, but the tourists have thus far upset ...

India face bowling conundrum for Dharamsala Test - Cricbuzz

"All kinds of possibilities approaching the next Test," said Virat Kohli after the third Test in Ranchi when asked about Mohammed Shami and a possible team combination. That is precisely what the Indian team will be faced with as they head into the ...

Acquired patience by playing longer format since 13: Pujara - Daily News & Analysis

Virat Kohli is epitome of swagger, KL Rahul's strokeplay embodies lazy elegance but it is patience that is Cheteshwar Pujara's second name which he has earned through his grind from the age of 13. "I think when it comes to patience, it is all hard work.

Stage set for Dharamsala's blockbuster Test debut - Bangladesh News 24 hours

With India and Australia clashing in a winner-takes-all finale to an enthralling series, the picturesque town of Dharamsala in the Himalayan foothills could hardly have asked for a better debut as a Test venue. Both hosts and tourists emerged with ...

India vs Australia: Kohli, Smith lock horns as Dharamsala makes blockbuster Test debut - The Statesman

The scenic HPCA Stadium in Dharamsala is gearing up for its blockbuster Test debut as it will host a high-intense series decider between India and Australia, the fourth Test of the four-match Test series starting Saturday. Steve Smith-led Australia ...

Cheteshwar Pujara defends Virat Kohli ahead of Dharamsala Test cricket match - Deccan Chronicle

Members of the Australian cricketing fraternity and media have targeted Virat Kohli; with a daily comparing him with US Donald Trump. I think the focus has shifted somewhere else which should not have happened, said Cheteshwar Pujara while supporting ...

Not sure if Kohli knows how to spell 'sorry': James Sutherland - New Kerala

Melbourne [Australia], Mar.23 : Taking a cheeky dig at Virat Kohli, Cricket Australia's chief executive James Sutherland said that he is not sure whether the Indian skipper knows how to spell the word "sorry".

India vs Australia: Jackson Bird In Contention, May Replace Steve O'Keefe - NDTVSports.com

Going by what is in store for both sides at Dharamsala, Australia might opt to go in with an extra seamer instead of a spinner in a pitch that is supposed to assist the faster bowlers. The Pune Test hero, in all likelihood, will be dropped from the ...

Cheteshwar Pujara comes out in support of Virat Kohli - Sportskeeda

Despite not being in great form, Virat Kohli has continued to attract unwanted attention from the Australian media and his counterpart Cheteshwar Pujara has stood up for his skipper by asserting that the 28-year-old is a great ambassador of the game ...

Virat Kohli a great leader, Team India fully supports him: Cheteshwar Pujara - India Today

Virat Kohli is a great ambassador of cricket and Team India is fully behind him, said Cheteshwar Pujara. IndiaToday.in · desk-itgd@intoday.com. New Delhi, March 23, 2017 | UPDATED 14:38 IST. A +A -. close. (Reuters Photo) ...

Pipe down with the puerile provocations - Wisden India

“Come on, just one more of the famous slog-sweeps before you finish” – so went Parthiv Patel, playing in only his 13th Test, to Steve Waugh. It was the final game of the four-Test series in 2003-04, and Waugh had come out to bat for one last time in ...