Plenty to ponder upon for India

Plenty to ponder upon for India

Yet another final, yet another defeat. The surprise victory in the Asia Cup final notwithstanding, the Indians continue to struggle at the final hurdle.

No favourites as India-Lanka clash again

No favourites as India-Lanka clash again

Momentum hasn’t made its presence felt at the ongoing tri-series in Sri Lanka. It has either been everything or nothing for all the three teams in each of the games.

India, New Zealand have similar concerns

India, New Zealand have similar concerns

Okay, for a change we aren’t discussing about an India-Sri Lanka game in the Emerald nation. Still, the India-New Zealand clash on Wednesday will be a highly significant affair in the context of the ongoing tri-series. As aptly pointed out by Indian skipper MS Dhoni, the game will be a virtual semi-final, with the winner joining the home team in the finals.

The gains from Zimbabwe’s loss

The gains from Zimbabwe’s loss

Zimbabwe may have gone down tamely to Sri Lanka in the tri-series final. But, that should not, for a moment, dishearten either the team or its supporters.

India need to adopt a positive approach

India need to adopt a positive approach

So here we go again… It’s India versus (no need to guess) Sri Lanka in a must-win game. But wait, there’s a twist for a change. Both the team have come here with under-strength sides, and have had mixed results.

What were the Indians thinking?

What were the Indians thinking?

A collapse from 58 for no loss to 95 for 5 is often associated with weak, inexperienced sides like Zimbabwe, Bangladesh and Kenya.

India vs. Sri Lanka

India vs. Sri Lanka

The second match of the Micromax Cup in Zimbabwe between India and Sri Lanka has a lot to offer. Although the rivalry between the two sides has been intense, so much so that the players must be tired of seeing each other’s faces again and again, yet the contest promises to be entertaining.

Rohit makes a strong statement

Rohit makes a strong statement

When India embarked on the Zimbabwean sojourn with a new look side, it was clear that their aim was to test out the bench strength in the team.