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Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera, AhmedabadHow have India fared at Motera?

Ahmedabad, March 23: It goes without saying that this World Cup, Team India is enjoying the luxury of home advantage, with riotous crowds egging them on, with pulsating cheers meeting every run the batsman take and every wicket the bowlers ensnare,
World Cup 1992How have India fared against Aus in World Cups?

Motera, March 24: The air in the subcontinent is tense with anticipation as the team positioned second in Group B of the World Cup 2011 gears up to take on third team of Group A - India and Australia. The latter
Ricky PontingWill India end Australia's reign?

India Vs Australia Starting time: 2:30 ISTVenue: Ahmedabad Ahmedabad, March 24: Going into the high-stakes quarterfinal of the World Cup 2011, India may be inclined to think that they are on top of their slated opponents - the Aussies, having beaten
Kamran Akmal hit 47 not out against WIPak storm into semis with 10-wicket rout of WI

Dhaka, March 23: It was the type of merciless display truly befitting prospective world champions as Pakistan pulverised the West Indies by 10 wickets to storm into the semi-finals of the World Cup 2011. Pakistan's openers Mohammad Hafeez (61*) and Kamran
Saeed Ajmal bowled Bishoo for a duckPakistan shoot out Windies for 112

Dhaka, March 23: The West Indies had just no answers to the onslaught launched by the Pakistani spinners, getting bowled out for a shocking 112 in 43.3 overs. A trio of early set-backs planted the Windies firmly on a defensive as
Chris Gayle was out to Gul for 8Windies tottering after early blows

Dhaka, March 23: After Pakistan's new ball pair of pacer Umar Gul and off-break Mohammad Hafeez dealt the Windies some early blows, the batting side was struggling to recover, having reached just 60/4 in 25 overs (scorecard).The West Indies innings didn't
Ricky PontingPonting vows to play on after WC

Ahmedabad, Mar 23: Under attack Australian skipper Ricky Ponting has quashed speculation that he will retire as Test captain if Australia loses tomorrow's World Cup quarter-final against India.The Daily Mail had reported that Ponting plans to retire from international cricket at
Sachin TendulkarNever known Sachin to walk of own accord:Ponting

Ahmedabad, Mar. 23: Days before the India-Australia quarterfinal encounter at the Sardar Patel Stadium in Motera, Australian captain Ricky Ponting has gone on the front foot verbally, and said that he has never known Indian batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar to walk
Sachin TendulkarThe most important tournament of my life: Sachin

Ahmedabad, March 23: Sachin Tendulkar has come clean with his perspective on the World Cup 2011. He has admitted that this is indeed the biggest, most important tournament of his life. "Yes, it is the most important tournament of my life,"
Shoaib AkhtarNo further role for Shoaib Akhtar in WC

Karachi, Mar 22: Pakistan's fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar, who is set to retire from international cricket after the ICC World Cup 2011, is unlikely to play any further role for Pakistan in the ongoing tournament.Akhtar seems to have lost favour with
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