Player M R B 4s 6s
Imran Raja 19 468 296 18 45
Thejas Krishnegowda 16 433 322 21 39
Tauseef Ahmed. 20 424 573 11 8
prit patel 16 412 323 13 34
Vikram Chatur 17 400 411 28 19
Harsha Khandige 16 393 359 24 13
Dhaval Patel 18 376 306 17 29
Nirav Patel 20 370 209 13 41
Rajan Selvamani 17 364 294 27 21
SaGgY PaTeL 20 361 195 4 43
Player M O W R M
Santosh Thanekar 18 68 49 224 3
Parimal Patel 17 63.3 47 280 3
Kaushik Bangera 17 61.5 45 225 3
Dileep Kumar Katipelli 19 68 43 420 2
Sheshank Reddy 18 62 43 242 4
Jaimin (Jin) patel 17 60.2 43 248 4
Vinay Nair 16 56.4 42 251 7
Nikhil Patel 18 63.4 41 272 3
Sagar Patel 18 58.2 40 238 3
Shalin Vakharia 19 62 37 247 3

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Who beat Kohli to MVP spot? - Srinivas Bhogle and Purnendu Maji reveal the Most Valuable Players of the India-Australia ODI series.

There will be tough challenges but don't cheat: Sachin - Batting icon Sachin Tendulkar, along with former England captain Mike Gatting and Mumbai Cricket Association president Vijay Patil, launched the 'Tendulkar Middlesex Global Academy DY Patil Sports Centre' in Nerul, Navi Mumbai, on Tuesday.

Ranji: Shahbaz's double strike rallies Bengal - A round-up of Tuesday's play in the Ranji Trophy.

PHOTOS: India crush Australia to make U-19 WC semis - Kartik Tyagi blew away Australia's top-order with a sensational spell of fast bowling to power India to a 74-run victory and a place in the semi-finals of the ICC Under-19 World Cup, in Portchefstroom, South Africa, on Tuesday.

Now, Gatting joins chorus against four-day Tests - Former England captain Mike Gatting joined cricketers opposing the idea of four-day Tests, insisting that chances of results are more in five days.

'Team India have identified core players for T20 WC' - The T20 team has been doing really well in New Zealand and the young guns have contributed significantly to its success, leaving the batting coach hugely impressed.

Hafeez, Malik could be part of Pakistan's T20 WC squad - The two seniors were recalled for the T20 series at home against Bangladesh.

India look to seal T20 series against New Zealand - India won the twin T20 Internationals in Auckland by margins of six and seven wickets respectively to go 2-0 up in the five-match series.

'India becoming better and better away from home' - Tim Southee asked his team's batsmen to raise their game.

Corner seat is reserved for Dhoni, we miss him: Chahal - Information was was disclosed on Chahal TV during the team's bus ride to Hamilton for the third T20I against New Zealand in the five-game series.

Kaif celebrates 20 years of U-19 World Cup triumph - Mohammad Kaif had led the side to its first U-19 World Cup win on January 28, 2000.

IPL final in Mumbai, no change in timings - BCCI president Sourav Ganguly said that IPL final will be held in Mumbai and not Ahmedabad.

Stokes' South Africa series proved rollercoaster ride - Stokes' father Ged suffered a stroke just days after arriving in the country to follow his son on tour and is still hospitalised.

Steve Waugh back at Eden, as a photographer - Steve Waugh was seen in a shooting spree, taking shots of the Eden Gardens as well as those of the Bengal-Ranji fixture.

2nd Test: Williams ton boosts Zimbabwe against Lanka - Sean Williams scored a sparkling century as Zimbabwe profited from a docile wicket to reach 352 for six

England beat S Africa by 191 runs to take series 3-1 - England completed the task with a day to spare with South Africa falling well short of their 466 run target

Ranji Roundup: Sarfaraz's double ton rescues Mumbai - A round-up of Ranji matches played on Monday.

New Zealand batsman in awe of phenomenal Bumrah - Tim Seifert says the Indian speedster's subtle variations have been difficult to pick

'Pant will be back in Indian playing XI soon' - Pant played a major role in Delhi Capitals' reaching its first play-off in seven years during the 2019 edition.

Kohli, Tendulkar pay tribute to 'magician' Kobe Bryant - India captain Virat Kohli condoled the demise of American basketball legend Kobe Bryant and said he was 'absolutely devastated to hear the news'. Bryant, one of the NBA's all-time greatest players, was killed at age 41 on Sunday in a helicopter crash near Los Angeles along with his 13-year-old daughter and seven others on board.

PIX: England set SA improbable target of 466 to win - Images from Day 3 of the 4th Test played between South Africa and England in Johannesburg on Sunday.

BCCI Meeting: IPL GC to discuss match timings - This will be the second meeting of the IPL GC headed by former Test batsman Brijesh Patel

Philander fined for swearing at Buttler - Philander admitted the offence and accepted the sanction proposed by match referee Andy Pycroft.

How India's new No 4 Iyer learnt the art of chasing - There is no one better than Virat Kohli when it comes to chasing down totals in white-ball cricket, something that India's newest No 4 Shreyas Iyer wants to emulate on a consistent basis. With a half-century and 44 off 33 balls in the successful chases in the first two T20 Internationals in the ongoing five-match series against New Zealand, Iyer is fast becoming an integral part of the Indian batting line-up apart from its talismanic skipper when it comes to tricky run-chases.

'That was very unusual': When Sachin sledged McGrath - Recalling some of his fiercest battles with Sachin Tendulkar, legendary Australian bowler Glenn McGrath has said it ended 50-50 between them but the Indian batting genius was really furious when he was declared out after a low bouncer hit his shoulder. McGrath said he spends a lot of time in India, has got a lot many friends there and always catches up with Tendulkar when he is in Mumbai, but many Indians still tell him they have not forgiven him for getting Sachin out in the 2003 World Cup final.

Why New Zealand's batsmen flopped in Auckland T20I - Martin Guptill felt that India once again out-batted them on a difficult track.

How KL Rahul has improved in his shot selection - KL Rahul said he had to make some changes to his game as the pitch was different than the one India played during the opening match.

Captain Kohli lauds bowlers for 'taking control' - India captain Virat Kohli lauded his bowling unit for taking control of the proceedings from the onset after an emphatic seven-wicket victory against New Zealand in the second T20 International in Auckland on Sunday. Ravindra Jadeja (2/18 in 4 overs) and Jasprit Bumrah (1/21 in 4 overs) were primarily responsible for restricting New Zealand to 132 with the help of a steady Mohammed Shami (0/22 in 4 overs).

PHOTOS: Dominant India outclass Kiwis to take 2-0 lead - India's bowlers highlighted the balance of their side as they set up an easy seven-wicket win over New Zealand in the second Twenty20 international at Eden Park in Auckland on Sunday to take a 2-0 lead in the five-match series. KL Rahul (57 not out) and Shreyas Iyer (44) then marshalled the run chase as they helped their side to reach 135-3 with 15 balls to spare, chasing New Zealand's 132-5.

'Pant has to keep getting runs and prove people wrong' - It is the job of a talented cricketer like Rishabh Pant to prove his detractors wrong, legendary India all-rounder Kapil Dev said. Recently, Pant has found himself at the receiving end of criticism for his inconsistency with the gloves and the bat and has lost his place in the Indian team.

PHOTOS: England on top as South Africa collapse - England proved devastating with both bat and ball on Saturday as they scored 400 runs in their first innings and then reduced sorry South Africa to 88 for six wickets at the close of play on the second day of the fourth Test at The Wanderers. Images from Day 2 of the 4th Test played between South Africa and England in Johannesburg on Saturday.

Will be our loss when Dhoni decides to retire: Kapil - Former India captain Kapil Dev believes it will be a big loss for the India whenever the legendary Mahendra Singh Dhoni decides to hang up his boots. Recently, Dhoni was dropped from the BCCI's list of centrally contracted players, raising fresh doubts on the future of the former India captain who has not played since the World Cup semi-final loss to New Zealand last year.

Will India agree to play Pakistan in neutral venue? - Pakistan Cricket Board CEO Wasim Khan on Saturday hinted that India's league matches in the Asia Cup, which it will be hosting, could be held at a neutral venue if the sport's continental body gives the nod. Pakistan is scheduled to host the Asia Cup T20 tournament in September this year but there remains doubts over India's participation considering the prevailing political climate.

Stokes fined after foul language rant at spectator - England all-rounder Ben Stokes was fined and given a demerit point by the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Saturday after a foul-mouthed row with a spectator on Friday in the ongoing fourth Test match against South Africa. He was fined 15 percent of his match fee and given a demerit point after being charged by the ICC with a level one offence of "use of an audible obscenity".

Pakistan say won't send team to India for 2021 T20 WC - We will no travel to India for T20 World Cup if they won't come to Pakistan for Asia Cup: PCB

Check out Steve Smith's 'duplicate' - Giving the 'social challenge' a new twist, the International Cricket Council called Australian batting sensation Marnus Labuschagne a duplicate of his team-mate Steve Smith. ICC used three different photos of Steve Smith indicating different profile pictures for Linkedin, Facebook, and Instagram. However, they replaced his Twitter picture with a duplicate account and used Labuschagne's photo to denote it, terming it as 'duplicate account'.

How New Zealand plan to bounce back in 2nd T20I - Leg-spinner Ish Sodhi believes New Zealand need to be more aggressive with the ball against India's world class batting unit during the second T20I to make an immediate comeback in the five-match series. India claimed a six-wicket win in the first T20I after chasing down 204 with relative ease to go 1-0 up in the five-match series, in Auckland, on Friday. Sodhi feels the hosts didn't bowl many attacking spells to put enough pressure on the visitors.

Settled India look for series lead in 2nd T20I - It remains to be seen whether India stick to their combination of three specialist pacers and two spinners combination or bring in an extra spinner in Kuldeep Yadav to partner Yuzvendra Chahal and Ravindra Jadeja.

Stokes in foul-mouthed altercation with spectator - England all-rounder Ben Stokes could face disciplinary action after a foul-mouthed row with a spectator after his dismissal in Friday's fourth Test against South Africa at The Wanderers. Stokes was shown on television exchanging insults with a middle aged man as he walked off the field after being caught cheaply for two runs in England's first innings on the opening day of the fourth Test at the Johannesburg venue, known as 'the bullring' for its often hostile atmosphere.

How Iyer plotted India's successful run chase - Shreyas Iyer was always confident that a target of 204 against New Zealand in the first T20 International on Friday was achievable considering the smaller dimensions of the Eden Park ground. Iyer smashed an unbeaten 58 off 29 balls to seal a six-wicket win the opening game and once again showed his utility as a No. 4 batsman.

Crawley hits maiden 50 but South Africa fight back - Zak Crawley scored a maiden Test half century before South Africa fought back to restrict England to 192 for four when bad light stopped play early in the opening day of the fourth Test on Friday.

U-19 WC: Bishnoi, Ankolekar star in win over NZ - In a rain-hit final Group A league encounter in the Under-19 World Cup, reduced to 23-overs per-side, India scored 115 without loss in 23 overs, with openers Yashasvi Jaiswal (57 not out off 72 balls) and Divyansh Saxena (52 no off 62 balls) hitting half-centuries. New Zealand needed 193 as per DLS method calculations but managed only 147 in 21 overs as India emerged group toppers with six points.

Why Rahul is relishing 'keeper-batsman role - After keeping wickets K L Rahul scored 56 off 27 balls; his 99-run partnership with Virat Kohli set up the base for India's successful chase of New Zealand's 203 runs in the opening T20 in Auckland on Friday.

Agarkar frontrunner for chief selector's post - Former India pacer Ajit Agarkar on Friday entered the race for the national selector's job and is a frontrunner for the chairman's post. Agarkar, who is a former chairman of Mumbai senior selection committee, is in contention for the chairman's post as the new constitution doesn't have provisions for zonal system.

Why Kohli 'enjoyed' India's thumping win in Auckland - India also beat the jet lag besides New Zealand in the T20I series opener in Auckland and skipper Virat Kohli said Friday's convincing win is just the kind of start his team was looking for. India, who arrived in Auckland only a couple of days ago, chased down New Zealand's 203 for five with an over to spare.

PHOTOS: Iyer's blitzkrieg lifts India to victory - The immensely talented Shreyas Iyer enhanced his reputation of a finisher with a scintillating 29-ball-58, as India crushed New Zealand by six wickets in a high-scoring first T20 International in Auckland on Friday. Iyer built on KL Rahul's (56 off 27 balls) blazing start and Virat Kohli's useful 45 off 32 balls as India made short work of a 204-run target, knocking it off with an over to spare.

Indians dominate Test rankings for batsmen, bowlers - With 794 points, pacer Jasprit Bumrah was the top-ranked Indian bowler at sixth place, while Kohli was the top-ranked batsmen.

U-19 WC: Aus score last-ball win over England - All-rounder Connor Sully played a pivotal role in Australia's thrilling two-wicket win over England in a pulsating Group B match of the ICC U-19 World Cup, in Kimberly, on Thursday. He took two wickets and later smashed a crucial 35 as Australia first restricted England to 252 for 7 and then overhauled the target with the last ball of the match at the Diamond Oval.

Buzz: Chauhan, Khurasiya apply for selector's post - News of all that's transpired on and off the cricket field.

I've more money than you have hair: Akhtar to Sehwag - Akhtar has often advised Pakistan's management to take cue from Indian management.

Lakmal bowls SL to 10-wkt win over Zimbabwe - Fast bowler Suranga Lakmal took four for 27 to set up Sri Lanka's 10-wicket victory over Zimbabwe in the first Test in Harare on Thursday.

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