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  • Ravichandran Ashwin

    Cricket10, Jul 2019, 10:14 AM

    Ashwin takes five for Nottinghamshire; Ajinkya Rahane fails for Hampshire

    This is Ashwin's second match for his county team after taking 3/162 in Nottinghamshire's innings defeat to defending champion Essex

  • Trent Bridge

    Cricket13, Jun 2019, 7:33 PM

    World Cup 2019: Rain rules as India-New Zealand contest abandoned; 4 games lost to bad weather

    After six inspections of the ground, the umpires Paul Reiffel (Australia) and Marais Erasmus (South Africa) finally decided to call off the contest at 3 pm local time (7.30 PM IST). Rain played hide and seek and outfield was wet. Both India and New Zealand shared one point each and with this they still remain unbeaten in the ICC World Cup 2019

  • Indian players in a huddle before taking the field to bowl

    Cricket13, Jun 2019, 12:21 AM

    World Cup 2019 — India vs New Zealand: Here is India’s likely Playing 11

    Nottingham: India face New Zealand in a group stage game of the ICC World Cup 2019 today (June 13) at Trent Bridge with rain threat looming large over this clash. The ‘men in blue’ will be forced to make a change as Shikhar Dhawan will not be playing as he is out injured. He had sustained an injury to his left thumb during the previous match against Australia. He will be under observation and a decision will be made only after 12 days. Here is India’s likely playing 11 for New Zealand contest.

  • Vijay Shankar

    Cricket12, Jun 2019, 11:41 PM

    World Cup 2019: Vijay Shankar likely to play as India face New Zealand; rain may ruin big clash

    Nottingham: Chetan Narula, reporting for MyNation from Trent Bridge, previews the India-New Zealand ICC World Cup 2019 match. The two unbeaten teams face off on Thursday (June 13) with rain threat looming large over the big clash. India will be without the injured Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul will open the batting with Rohit Sharma. The number four spot could go to Vijay Shankar.

  • Sanjay Bangar

    Cricket12, Jun 2019, 8:45 PM

    World Cup 2019: Sanjay Bangar gives update on Shikhar Dhawan's injury; Rishabh Pant to join team

    Nottingham: India’s assistant coach Sanjay Bangar spoke to the media on the eve of the team’s ICC World Cup 2019 clash against New Zealand. With the ‘men in blue’ set to face the Kiwis on Thursday (June 13) at Trent Bridge, Bangar said a final call on the injured Shikhar Dhawan would be taken after 12 days. He said Rishabh Pant would be with the team as a standby player.

  • Shai Hope

    Cricket7, Jun 2019, 1:31 PM

    Shai Hope: Exciting to watch West Indies fast bowlers at World Cup 2019

    Nottingham: West Indies wicketkeeper Shai Hope said it was exciting for him to watch  his team’s fast bowlers charging in and putting the opposition batsmen under pressure. The Caribbean pacemen Oshane Thomas, Sheldon Cottrell, Andre Russell have been outstanding at the ICC World Cup 2019 so far as they bowled out Pakistan for 105 and on June 6 rattled the Australian top order. However, Australia recovered to post 288 and later won by 15 runs. After the loss, Hope, who struck a half century, spoke to the media in Nottingham.

  • Alex Carey

    Cricket7, Jun 2019, 1:12 PM

    World Cup 2019: Mitchell Starc ‘dangerous’ with new ball, says Alex Carey ahead of India game

    Nottingham: Australia wicketkeeper Alex Carey heaped praise on teammate Mitchell Starc as he took five wickets against West Indies on June 6. Thanks to his superb bowling and Nathan Coulter-Nile’s surprise 92-run knock, the five-time world champions won by 15 runs in the ICC World Cup 2019. With next match against India, Carey said they were focusing on Virat Kohli’s team and described Starc as “dangerous” with the new ball.

  • Mitchell Starc

    Cricket7, Jun 2019, 12:52 PM

    World Cup 2019: Mitchell Starc explains Australia's plan for 'strong' India, Virat Kohli

    Nottingham: Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc was lucky against West Indies as the umpire failed to spot his no-ball and the very next ball he dismissed Chris Gayle. The ICC World Cup 2019 match between the two sides on June 6, was marred by umpiring errors. After the team’s 15-run victory, Starc interacted with journalists. Starc starred with the ball by taking five wickets. With India and Australia set to face off on Sunday (June 9), Starc spoke about the contest and bowling to Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and other batsmen.

  • Jason Holder

    Cricket7, Jun 2019, 11:59 AM

    World Cup 2019: Jason Holder reacts to umpiring howlers

    Nottingham: The ICC World Cup 2019 match between Australia and West Indies was marred by umpiring howlers. The Caribbean batsmen were at the receiving end of wrong decisions but thanks to Decision Review System (DRS), they were overturned. After the 15-run loss to Australia, West Indies captain Jason Holder spoke about the umpiring errors and DRS in the post-match press conference in Nottingham on June 6.

  • Eoin Morgan

    Cricket4, Jun 2019, 12:23 PM

    World Cup 2019: Eoin Morgan blames poor fielding for England's loss to Pakistan

    Nottingham: England captain Eoin Morgan said the team’s fielding let them down in their ICC World Cup 2019 clash against Pakistan, which they lost by 14 runs in a high-scoring game at Trent Bridge on Monday (June 4). Pakistan posted 348/8 in 50 overs and England, despite centuries from Joe Root and Jos Buttler, fell short, ending up with 334/9. Morgan said the bad fielding cost their 15 to 20 runs.

  • Mohammad Hafeez

    Cricket4, Jun 2019, 12:19 PM

    World Cup 2019: We were confident of defending 348, says Pakistan’s Mohammad Hafeez

    Nottingham: All-rounder Mohammad Hafeez, who struck a fine half century in Pakistan’s 14-run victory over England in the ICC World Cup 2019 on Monday (June 3), said the team’s bowlers were always confident of defending 348. Hafeez said the team had gained confidence after beating the tournament favourites. Pakistan posted 348/8 in 50 overs and England, despite centuries from Joe Root and Jos Buttler, fell short, ending up with 334/9. Earlier, Pakistan were defeated by West Indies after being bowled out for just 105 in their opening game.

  • Wahab Riaz

    Cricket1, Jun 2019, 10:13 AM

    World Cup 2019: Pakistan will comeback, says Wahab Riaz; insists batsmen can deal with bouncers

    Despite posting 105, their second lowest total in World Cup history, the Pakistan bowlers showed encouraging signs in their mission impossible. Wahab Riaz, back in the team for the first time in two years, has done the maths and insists there are reasons not to be fearful going forward in the ICC World Cup 2019

  • West Indies

    Cricket31, May 2019, 11:49 PM

    World Cup 2019: Three biggest learning points from West Indies-Pakistan game

    In their ICC World Cup 2019 match, after losing a couple of early wickets, Pakistan's middle-order looked clueless against short-pitched stuff by West Indies bowlers on a balanced wicket in Nottingham

  • Sara Iftekhar

    Lifestyle3, Sep 2018, 8:58 PM

    Miss England 2018: Sara Iftekhar becomes first woman in hijab to walk the ramp among finalists

    Miss England finals will be held tomorrow at Kelham Hall, in Nottinghamshire.  Among 22,000 applicants, Sara Iftekhar has made it to the finals along with 50 other people

  • Virat Kohli

    Cricket30, Aug 2018, 2:06 PM

    India vs England 2018: Virat Kohli hints at playing same XI for Southampton Test (Video)

    India captain Virat Kohli is known to change his playing XI in every Test. He has done it in all his 38 Tests he has led in. Now, the streak is likely to end in Southampton as the visitors face England in the fourth Test. Kohli admitted that he doesn't feel the need to change the winning combination from Nottingham.