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Saha out for at least two months with shoulder injury

The wicketkeeper-batsman, who had recovered from a thumb injury he picked up earlier, has been advised to not even lift a bat for two months


India pick Kuldeep, Pant for first three Tests

Rohit Sharma finds no place in the squad, while Karun Nair and Shardul Thakur do

WATCH - Kuldeep's 14 wickets in five games

Check out all of Kuldeep Yadav's wickets in the T20I and ODI series against England


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Andy Zaltzman

England v India ODI series

How much greyer was Dhoni's beard at the end of the series than at the start?

A round-up of the stats that matter from the three matches

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Talking T20 podcast

In conversation with Venky Mysore, CEO, Knight Riders


'Overseas T20 leagues will benefit Indian cricketers' - Mysore

Knight Riders' CEO also feels it's time for the IPL to move to a draft system

Global T20 Canada

What worked and what didn't

Five takeaways from Global T20 Canada

The lukewarm Sandpapergate duo comeback, the emphasis on "Global" rather than "Canada", and all the other talking points from the inaugural season

England's schedule in 2019

Fixtures confirmed

Edgbaston opens 2019 Ashes, Ireland inked in for Lord's debut

Australia series to begin on August 1, after England play maiden Test against new boys

England Lions v India A

Unofficial Test, Worcester

Pant provides silver lining as India A are routed

England Lions wrapped up a comprehensive 253-run victory on the final day of their four-day unofficial Test at New Road

Fisher proud of Lions wickets after injury struggles

Matthew Fisher looks back on taking two key wickets for the England Lions on day two against India A


Gubbins 'frustrated' not to reach a century for the Lions

England Lions' Nick Gubbins feels pleased to have batted positively against India A and says batting with Alastair Cook made it easier to score runs.


'A bit of farming can take some credit for me scoring runs' - Cook

England batsman Alastair Cook joked about enjoying his time away from the game but is pleased to be back playing red-ball cricket again.


Osman Samiuddin


What makes left-arm wristspinners such a threat?

A lot of it is down to rarity - the fact that there are, and have been, so few in the game


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