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Virat Kohli backs Joe Root as next England test captain - Reuters;

Virat Kohli backs Joe Root as next England test captain - Reuters

ReutersVirat Kohli backs Joe Root as next England test captainReutersIndia's Virat Kohli celebrates after winning the test match against England in Mohali, November 29, 2016. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi/Files. 2/2. left. right. England's Joe Root plays a shot during the Mumbai test against India at Wankhede Stadium, December 11 ...and more »

Anderson to miss Chennai Test - onmanorama;

Anderson to miss Chennai Test - onmanorama

onmanoramaAnderson to miss Chennai TestonmanoramaJames Anderson England pacer James Anderson in action during the second day of the fourth Test in Mumbai. PTI. Chennai: England will be without their leading wicket-taker James Anderson in the fifth and final Test against India, captain Alastair Cook ...and more »

In pics: Virat Kohli's love-affair with dogs continues in Chennai - Deccan Chronicle;

In pics: Virat Kohli's love-affair with dogs continues in Chennai - Deccan Chronicle

Deccan ChronicleIn pics: Virat Kohli's love-affair with dogs continues in ChennaiDeccan ChronicleVirat Kohli, who loves animals, was seen spending a lot of time with the security dogs on the eve of the India versus England Chennai Test. (Photo: PTI). Chennai: Indian Test skipper Virat Kohli is always seen full of aggression on the cricket ground ...and more »

Kohli targets dominance beyond current streak - Wisden India;

Kohli targets dominance beyond current streak - Wisden India

Wisden IndiaKohli targets dominance beyond current streakWisden IndiaIndia's unbeaten run in Test cricket now goes back 17 matches. What started as a determined riposte to a shocking defeat in Galle has become the kind of streak that Indian cricket has never seen, with Sri Lanka, South Africa, West Indies, New Zealand ...and more »

Anderson can remain key England weapon with good management - Cook - Leigh Journal;

Anderson can remain key England weapon with good management - Cook - Leigh Journal

Leigh JournalAnderson can remain key England weapon with good management - CookLeigh JournalAlastair Cook is adamant England's all-time leading wicket-taker James Anderson still has the heart and physical fitness to make a "big difference" to his Test team for years to come. England made the fine-margin judgment to leave Anderson out of the ...and more »

Missing nets not important; people lost their lives: Cook - Business Standard

Missing nets not important; people lost their lives: CookBusiness StandardEngland captain Alastair Cook today said missing his career's first pre-match net session did not seem too important considering the sufferings that the people of city had to endure in the wake of Cyclone Vardah. The southern metropolis has been ...and more »

Virat Kohli interested in playing county cricket before India's 2018 tour - The Guardian;

Virat Kohli interested in playing county cricket before India's 2018 tour - The Guardian

The GuardianVirat Kohli interested in playing county cricket before India's 2018 tourThe GuardianIndia's Virat Kohli walks off after being given out in the 2014 Old Trafford Test against England. Photograph: Mike Egerton/PA. Ali Martin in Chennai. @Cricket_Ali · email. Thursday 15 December 2016 03.19 EST. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter ...and more »

Anderson ruled out of Chennai Test - PrameyaNews7;

Anderson ruled out of Chennai Test - PrameyaNews7

PrameyaNews7Anderson ruled out of Chennai TestPrameyaNews7CHENNAI: England skipper Alastair Cook on Thursday informed that James Anderson, who has developed body soreness from the Mumbai Test, will miss the fifth and the final match of the series against India to be played at the MA Chidambaram Stadium at ...and more »

In hindsight, think we got some decisions wrong: Cook - Press Trust of India

In hindsight, think we got some decisions wrong: CookPress Trust of IndiaChennai, Dec 15 (PTI) Beleaguered England captain Alastair Cook today conceded that they may have gone wrong with some of the tactics they employed in what has been a disastrous Test series against India but insisted that there was no lack of effort.and more »

Cook confident injured Jimmy Anderson can still be force for England - The Guardian;

Cook confident injured Jimmy Anderson can still be force for England - The Guardian

The GuardianCook confident injured Jimmy Anderson can still be force for EnglandThe GuardianEngland's Jimmy Anderson, right, in action in India as Alastair Cook looks on. Photograph: Danish Siddiqui/Reuters. Ali Martin in Chennai. @Cricket_Ali · email. Thursday 15 December 2016 05.13 EST. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Emailand more »

India vs England: Who will win the 5th Test? - Sport360°;

India vs England: Who will win the 5th Test? - Sport360°

Sport360°India vs England: Who will win the 5th Test?Sport360°A preview of the fifth Test between India and England at the MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai. Sport360 staff. by Sport360 staff 15th December 2016. article:15th December 2016. Facebook. Twitter. Google Plus · Email · Linked · Pinterest. More. Facebook.and more »

Wounded England stand in way of big Indian records - ESPNcricinfo.com

Wounded England stand in way of big Indian recordsESPNcricinfo.comEngland might feel like the guy sighing in relief when he hears the bar keep yelling "last call". They've tried hard to keep up in unfamiliar surroundings, lost players to a schedule that packed five Tests into six weeks, given up their hold on the ...and more »

Kohli 'would love' a county stint before 2018 England tour - ESPN;

Kohli 'would love' a county stint before 2018 England tour - ESPN

ESPNKohli 'would love' a county stint before 2018 England tourESPNVirat Kohli has said he would love to play county cricket in the lead-up to the tour of England in 2018, but only a short stint might be possible with current schedules. Kohli wanted at least a month's time to get used to conditions, but the IPL ends ...and more »

Virat Kohli 'would love' county cricket stint - BBC Sport;

Virat Kohli 'would love' county cricket stint - BBC Sport

BBC SportVirat Kohli 'would love' county cricket stintBBC SportIndia captain Virat Kohli says he "would love" to play county cricket before India next tour England in 2018. Kohli, who has a career Test batting average of over 50, averaged only 13.40 in England when India were beaten 3-1 in a five-match Test series ...and more »

India's Kohli sets sight on county cricket before England tour - The Express Tribune;

India's Kohli sets sight on county cricket before England tour - The Express Tribune

The Express TribuneIndia's Kohli sets sight on county cricket before England tourThe Express TribuneIndian Test captain Virat Kohli on Wednesday said that he hoped to play county cricket before India's next tour of England and try to improve on his poor showing during the team's last visit. The 28-year-old has hit 640 runs during the first four Tests ...and more »

India vs England: James Anderson ruled out of Chennai Test - The Indian Express;

India vs England: James Anderson ruled out of Chennai Test - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressIndia vs England: James Anderson ruled out of Chennai TestThe Indian ExpressJames Anderson, England's all-time highest wicket-taker in Tests, will miss the Chennai Test owing to 'body soreness.' By: PTI | Chennai | Published:December 15, 2016 3:45 pm. india vs england, ind vs eng, india england, james anderson, anderson, James ...and more »

Virat Kohli keen to play county cricket before 2018 England tour - India Today;

Virat Kohli keen to play county cricket before 2018 England tour - India Today

India TodayVirat Kohli keen to play county cricket before 2018 England tourIndia TodayVirat Kohli has scored all around the world barring England, where he endured a tough time two years ago. Overall, he has played five Tests in England, scoring 134 runs at an average of 13.40. IndiaToday.in | Posted by Subhasish Dutta. [email protected] more »

Virat Kohli wants to raise an all-time best team - Reuters;

Virat Kohli wants to raise an all-time best team - Reuters

ReutersVirat Kohli wants to raise an all-time best teamReutersCricket - India v England - First Test cricket match - Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot, India - 13/11/16. India's captain Virat Kohli walks off the field after the end of last day's play. REUTERS/Amit Dave. CHENNAI Virat Kohli's grand ...and more »

England seamer Anderson ruled out for fifth Test - Daijiworld.com

England seamer Anderson ruled out for fifth TestDaijiworld.comChennai, Dec 15 (IANS): England's ace seamer James Anderson has been ruled out of the fifth and final cricket Test against India starting on Friday due to stiffness, captain Alastair Cook said on Thursday. Anderson has struggled in the series with only ...and more »

India vs England: Virat Kohli jibe proves being graceful in defeat isn't James Anderson's forte - Firstpost;

India vs England: Virat Kohli jibe proves being graceful in defeat isn't James Anderson's forte - Firstpost

FirstpostIndia vs England: Virat Kohli jibe proves being graceful in defeat isn't James Anderson's forteFirstpostWhat was your sporting moment of the preceding week? Mine was from the Women's Big Bash League (WBBL) in Australia. Harmanpreet Kaur, the star Indian batswoman, played her first WBBL match on Sunday and scored a half-century dotted with ...and more »

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