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|India is banking on Bermuda said Romaine
Bermuda skipper Irvine Romaine today said that he has gained at least millions
of Indian supporters as the hopes of Men in Blue are resting on the outcome of
Bermuda's match against Bangladesh.
"Tomorrow India is really banking on us to play
well," Bermuda skipper Irvine Romaine
|Team India may slump to 8th place in One Day International Rankings
Thanks to their disastrous Caribbean campaign, Team India can slump to
as low as eighth position in the ICC ODI Championship ladder after the cricket
Rahul Dravid's men cut a sorry figure in the West Indies, managing
their lone win against a lowly Bermuda and losing to Sri Lank
|Sri Lanka elects to bat against Bermuda in wc 07
Sri Lankan skipper Mahela Jayawardene won the toss and elected to bat against
Bermuda in the World Cup Group B encounter today.
Lankans openers Upul Tharanga and Sanath Jayasuriya
were helped their team to cross 50 in 6.1 overs. Sri Lanka were 74 for
one in 11th overs.
|Greg Chappell allays fears on Sourav Ganguly's injury
Indian team coach Greg Chappell has allayed fears on Sourav Ganguly's
ankle injury, saying the brief break gave the side a chance to be fully fit before
their opening game in the cricket World Cup scheduled against Bangladesh
on Saturday."We're prepared for it, and we are ready to go. Mos
|Sourav Ganguly's sour ankle to be examined today for WC 07
Sourav Ganguly's sour right ankle will be tested by team physio John Gloster
during the nets today.
Ganguly reported of soreness in his ankle on the eve of their
warm-up match against the West Indies last week and took part for only
11 overs in the practice game.
Although Captain R
|Bangladesh upsets New Zealand; Australia, Pakistan win cricket matches too
Bringing shock for Stephen Fleming's New Zealand squad, minnows
Bangladesh registered victory, shattering the joy of the kiwi's last month's
series win over Australia.
Fleming struggled to explain an upset two-wicket loss to Bangladesh
in a World Cup warm-up match yesterday, while Austra
|Pawar plans to visit West Indies to watch Super 8 games
The BCCI President Sharad Pawar, who could not meet the World Cup-bound
Indian team here yesterday to convey his best wishes in person, is planning to
visit the West Indies in the first week of April to watch a couple of Super
8 Series games.
"He could not make it to Mumbai and meet t
|Irphan Pathan's selection for Cricket World Cup 2007 is justified Ganguly
Former Indian cricket skipper Sourav Ganguly today came in support of seamer Irfan
Pathan and hoped that the Baroda all-rounder will prove his fitness, Sahara Samay
Addressing a press conference here, Ganguly said that Pathans
selection for the World Cup beginning on
|Vaas believes Sri Lanka can recapture World Cup
Veteran pace bowler Chaminda Vaas believes Sri Lanka have a great
chance of repeating their 1996 World Cup triumph at the 2007 tournament
in the Caribbean over the next two months.
"The current side is in the same mould as the outfit that
won under Arjuna Ranatunga and we are peaking
|England cricket captain promises to beat hamstring injury
England captain Michael Vaughan has vowed a "little hamstring injury"
won't stop him leading the side when the World Cup gets underway in the
Caribbean next month.
The 32-year-old Yorkshire batsman has spent much of the past
year sidelined from international action with a longs
|Music lessons for Indian fans in Caribbean
Trinidad and Tobago's Tourism Development Company has announced plans to teach
the Indian and other cricket fans vising during the World Cup how to play
steel pan, the only musical instrument to be developed in the 20th century.
The Tourism organisation has prepared a programme 'Pan Sensation
|Holding hits out at Cup no-hopers
Former West Indies Test star Michael Holding believes the World Cup will
be devalued by the number of non-Test playing nations taking part. The fast bowling
legend insists that only the top-ranked Associate country in the world should
be allowed to take part.
When the 2007 World Cup gets un
|Dravid urges World Cup newcomers to show no fear
India captain Rahul Dravid has urged the younger members of his squad not to
be overawed by the World Cup.
Six of India's 15-man squad for the March 13-April 28 World
Cup in the Caribbean will be making their debut in the tournament, including
three of the five-man pace attack.
|India, Sri Lanka gear up for the serier decider at Vizag
With the one-day cricket series tantalisingly poised at 1-1,
India`s ability to perform in a crunch situation will be tested when they go
into the series decider against Sri Lanka on Saturday without the services of
Tendulkar, who had shown glimpses of his vintage fo