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I am an improved bowler now - Rasool

The offspinning allrounder who played his only ODI against Bangladesh in 2014 believes that he is a better bowler now after a stint at the NCA

Hindustan Times
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Mishra, Rasool added to India's T20 squad

India have added legspinner Amit Mishra and offspinner Parvez Rasool to their squad for the three T20s against England, choosing to rest their first-choice spin pair of R Ashwin and Ravindra Jade

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Scans clear Willey of significant shoulder damage

England are hopeful that left-armer David Willey will be able to play some part in the T20 series against India after scans did not reveal significant damage to his left shoulder

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Stokes guides England to consolation win in final ODI

A strong all-round display from Ben Stokes helped England register the first win of their India campaign by beating the hosts by five runs in a closely-contested ODI at Eden Gardens in Kolkata on

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Stokes buries the ghost of Eden Gardens

A clever batting display and three crucial wickets featured in Ben Stokes' return to Kolkata - a venue that hasn't been kind to the England allrounder in the past

1dVishal Dikshit at Eden Gardens

Morgan praises Woakes' last-over nerve

England captain Eoin Morgan lauded Chris Woakes' 'brilliant' comeback in the last over in which the seamer sealed their five-run win in a 2-1 series loss

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Roy falls to Jadeja, again

An edge that everyone on the field missed, and a dismissal that hushed Eden Gardens' raucous crowd feature in the plays of the day from the third ODI in Kolkata

2dThe Report by Andrew Miller

Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes help England defend 321

England's first win on the India tour came by a margin of only five runs as they staved off a fightback from Hardik Pandya and Kedar Jadhav, who scored 90 and came close to winning the match for

Associated Press
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Kohli pleased to see Jadhav, Pandya mature

Virat Kohli believes Kedar Jadhav and Hardik Pandya may have solved India's middle order problems heading into the Champions Trophy

Associated Press
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Kick-starter Roy aiming to kick on

Jason Roy rued not being able to covert innings of 73 and 82 into bigger scores as England came close to winning the first two ODIs against India

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Bhuvneshwar not just a new-ball bowler anymore

Bhuvneshwar Kumar credited the IPL for his ability to execute yorkers in trying conditions and circumstances, a skill that makes him a vital cog in India's bowling line-up

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England struggle against India's wall of runs

Leaving aside the shortcomings of their bowlers, it's hard to know what more England could have done to stay competitive in their three-match ODI series in India

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A century of 350-plus totals

England's 366 in Cuttack became the 100th 350-plus total in ODIs - here's a lowdown on all the key stats around these high totals

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Bhuvneshwar Kumar stifles England in second ODI

Bhuvneshwar Kumar, playing his first ODI in a year, produced a match-winning five-over second spell that yielded just 39 runs to help India edge out England by 15 runs in the second ODI in Cuttac

4dVishal Dikshit at Cuttack

Yuvraj and Dhoni produce a sequel for the ages

Some of India's finest wins have come with Yuvraj Singh and MS Dhoni in harness at the crease. At Cuttack they rolled back the years to extraordinary effect

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Hales takes the pain, England take the gain

Four runs when the ball hits the stumps, and a toe-crusher that actually hurt the bowler feature in the plays of the day for the second ODI between England and India in Cuttack

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5dBharath Seervi

Yuvraj's first ton since 2011 World Cup

Stats highlights from the second ODI between India and England, where MS Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh wound the clock back with a rescue act for the side

5dThe Report by Alagappan Muthu

India win series with Yuvraj and Dhoni tons

Yuvraj Singh and MS Dhoni turned the clocks back, adding 256 runs for the fourth wicket to pull India from 25 for 3 to 381, a score which helped them seal the three-match series against England