|Photos||Video & Audio||Blogs||Statistics||Archive||Shop||Mobile|
June 3, 2008
Australia: ODI # 1670. vs West Indies Played on 14 January 2001 at Woolloongabba, Brisbane. Australia won by 9 wickets. Australia: (TSI: 80.59 pts)
Gilchrist A.C, Waugh M.E, Ponting R.T, Bevan M.G, Lehmann D.S, Martyn D.R, Symonds A, Warne S.K, Lee B, Bracken N.W, McGrath G.D.
West Indies: ODI # 189. vs India. Played on 9 March 1983 at Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad. West Indis won by 48 runs. West Indies: (TSI: 77.67 pts)
Greenidge C.G, Haynes D.L, Richards I.V.A, Logie A.L, Lloyd C.H, Gomes H.A, Dujon P.J.L, Marshall M.D, Roberts A.M.E, Holding M.A, Garner J.
South Africa: ODI # 1918. vs Pakistan. Played on 13 December 2002 at Buffalo Park, East London. South Africa won by 62 runs. South Africa: (TSI: 77.10 pts)
Smith G.C, Gibbs H.H, Dippenaar H.H, Kallis J.H, Rhodes J.N, Boucher M.V, Pollock S.M, Klusener L, Hall A.J, Donald A.A, Ntini M.
Pakistan: ODI # 1833. vs New Zealand. Played on 21 April 2002 at National Stadium, Karachi. Pakistan won by 153 runs. Pakistan: (TSI: 74.29 pts)
Imran Nazir, Shahid Afridi, Mohammad Yousuf, Inzamam-ul-Haq, Younis Khan, Abdul Razzaq, Wasim Akram, Rashid Latif, Waqar Younis, Saqlain Mushtaq, Shoaib Akhtar.
Sri Lanka: ODI # 2275. vs Bangladesh. Played on 31 August 2005 at Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo. Sri Lanka won by 88 runs. Sri Lanka: (TSI: 70.93 pts)
Tharanga W.U, Jayasuriya S.T, Atapattu M.S, Sangakkara K.C, Jayawardene D.P.M.D, Arnold R.P, Dilshan T.M, Vaas WPUJC, Muralitharan M, Maharoof M.F, Fernando C.R.D.
England: ODI # 1617. vs Zimbabwe. Played on 18 July 2000 at Edgbaston, Birmingham. England: (TSI: 70.86 pts)
Trescothick M.E, Stewart A.J, Flintoff A, Hick G.A, Thorpe G.P, Hussain N, White C, Ealham M.A, Caddick A.R, Gough D, Mullally A.D.
India: ODI # 2493. vs West Indies. Played on 31 January 2007 at I.P.C.L. Sports Complex Ground, Vadodara. India won by 160 runs. India: (TSI: 70.84 pts)
Uthappa A.R, Ganguly S.C, Dravid R, Tendulkar S.R, Dhoni M.S, Yuvraj Singh, Agarkar A.B, Pathan I.K, Harbhajan Singh, Kumble A, Khan Z.
New Zealand: ODI # 2310. vs Sri Lanka. Played on 3 January 2006 at Jade Stadium, Christchurch. New Zealand won by 5 wickets. New Zealand: (TSI: 68.48 pts)
Vincent L, How J.M, Astle N.J, Fulton P.G, Marshall H.J.H, Styris S.B, Cairns C.L, McCullum B.B, Vettori D.L, Oram J.D.P, Bond S.E.
Zimbabwe: ODI # 1562. vs England. Played on 16 February 2000 at Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo. England won by 5 wickets (D/L). Zimbabwe: 194 for 7 wkt(s) in 48.0 overs (TSI: 61.37 pts)
Johnson N.C, Campbell A.D.R, Carlisle S.V, Goodwin M.W, Flower A, Flower G.W, Wishart C.B, Streak H.H, Viljoen D.P, Brent G.B, Olonga H.K.
Bangladesh: ODI # 2356. vs Kenya. Played on 25 March 2006 at Narayanganj Osmani Stadium, Fatullah. Bangladesh won by 7 wickets. Bangladesh: 237 for 3 wkt(s) in 41.3 overs (TSI: 60.49 pts)
Shahriar Nafees, Rajin Saleh, Aftab Ahmed, Mohammad Ashraful, Habibul Bashar, Khaled Mashud, Mashrafe Mortaza, Manjural Islam Rana, Abdur Razzak, Mohammad Rafique, Syed Rasel.
© ESPN Sports Media Ltd.
The BCCI set up a three-man committee to tackle the problem of chucking at age-group and domestic cricket, and it has produced significant results in five years
The board's latest standoff with its players has had embarrassing consequences internationally, so any resolution now needs to be approached thoughtfully
What Australia have not done since returning a fractured unit from India is head back to Asia to play an Asian team. Two of their major weaknesses - handling spin and reverse swing - will be tested in the UAE by Pakistan
The WICB statement should cool down emotions and allow all parties involved to take the next step forward
Also, Vijay Manjrekar's nickname, Abid Ali's no-ball, oldest double-centurions, and this decade's leading players
The gap between the haves and the have-nots is growing wider, and the disenchantment is forcing a devaluation of Test cricket among weaker teams
Players demanding that home pitches should be prepared to favour them don't realise it's a retaliatory business
ESPNcricinfo runs the rule over the preparation of all 16 Australia players ahead of the first Test, which starts in Dubai on Wednesday