Final, 13th July, India v England,  The Lord's; India won by 2 wkts

England back defiant Hussain

London, July 15: English cricket bosses insisted today no disciplinary action would be taken against captain Nasser Hussain following his emotional reaction after making a maiden one-day international century.  | MORE |

Kapil hails Indian victory at Lord's

New Delhi, July 15: Cricketing legend Kapil Dev today hailed the Indian victory over England in the Natwest tri-series final and said the countrymen do not get the chance to witness such 'fantastic' victories regularly.  | MORE |

Kaif, Yuvraj guide India to stunning victory

London, July 13: Yuvraj Singh and Mohammed Kaif hit brilliant half centuries to fire India to a thrilling two-wicket win over England in the tri-series final at Lord's on Saturday.  | MORE |

India beat Sri Lanka by 63 runs in 9th ODI at Bristol

Bristol, July 11:  India sounded an ominous warning to England before Saturday's tri-series final as it handed out Sri Lanka a 63-run drubbing at Neville Road on Thursday. In a fixture that was merely academic, after Tendulkar's 102-ball 113 runs had lifted India to 304 all out, Sri Lanka despite a spirited attempt, folded to 241 all out.  | MORE |

England beat India by 64 runs at The Oval

London, July 09: Ronnie Irani was the star of the show as England beat India by 64 runs in their triangular tournament one-day international here at The Oval on Tuesday.  | MORE |

Sri Lanka register first win of the tri-series

Manchester, July 07: Sri Lanka captain Sanath Jayasuriya led from the front as his side beat England for their first triangular series victory here at Old Trafford on Sunday. | MORE |

Ganguly wants best of three finals

Birmingham, July 07: Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly has advocated a best of three finals to decide a tournament involving three or more teams to give "a fair chance" to both the finalists.  | MORE |

Wicket-keeping helping my batting: Dravid

Birmingham, July 07: Contrary to the theory that wicket-keeping would put unnecessary strain on him, Indian vice-captain Rahul Dravid feels the extra job behind the wickets was helping him in his batting. | MORE |

Tendulkar relieved after scoring a ton against England

Chester-le-Street, July 05: Despite being a nightmare for bowlers the world over, maestro Sachin Tendulkar seemed mighty relieved after scoring his first one-day hundred in 13 years against England at Riverside ground. | MORE |

Hussain learns while Tendulkar bats

Chester-le-Street, July 05: While Sachin Tendulkar did the batting, Nasser Hussain did the learning. | MORE |

Fifth ODI of Natwest Series ends in a no result

Chester-le-Street, July 04: Sachin Tendulkar's maiden one-day century against England ultimately counted for nothing as rain ensured Thursday's day-night triangular series match here at Riverside ended in a no result.  | MORE |

England beat Srilanka by 3 wkts in fourth ODI

Leeds, July 02: Marcus Trescothick paved the way for England's remarkable three-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in a triangular series one-day international on Tuesday.  | MORE |

Srinath unlikely to reconsider Test retirement

New Delhi, July 01: Fast bowler Javagal Srinath is unlikely to reverse his decision to retire from test cricket despite Indian captain Saurav Ganguly's repeated appeals.  | MORE |

Ganguly gushes over Dravid

Leeds, July 1: Ganguly's roll of the dice in terms of his deputy Rahul Dravid doubling up as a wicketkeeper in one-day internationals is beginning to show astonishingly good results. | MORE |

India cruise to four-wicket win over Sri Lanka at The Oval

London, June 30: India pulled themselves out of a self-created problem and coasted to a comfortable four-wicket victory against Sri Lanka to record their second successive win in the triangular one-day series at The Oval on Sunday. | MORE |

I enjoyed bowling at the Oval: Agarkar

London, June 30: All-rounder Ajit Agarkar who took three crucial wickets to help India beat Sri Lanka by four wickets in the third match of the Natwest tri-series on Sunday said he enjoyed bowling on the Oval pitch. | MORE |

Experiment with batting order yield results: Ganguly

London, June 30: After the heroics of Indian batsmen, particularly Virender Sehwag, Rahul Dravid and Yuvraj Singh, in the match against England, Sourav Ganguly said the experiment with the batting order has begun to yield results. | MORE |

India start as underdogs against assertive England

London, June 28: India would be hoping to take advantage of a depleted bowling attack of the opposition when they take on an increasingly assertive England in their first match of the triangular one-day series here on Saturday. | MORE |

Eng cruises to victory against SL in first ODI

Nottingham, June 27: Andrew Flintoff's blistering unbeaten 50 set up an England victory against Sri Lanka in the opening match of the triangular one-day series here at Trent Bridge on Thursday. | MORE |

Gough cleared for England one-day return

Nottingham, June 27: Injured England paceman Darren Gough should be available for the fourth one-day triangular series match against Sri Lanka at Headingley on July 2. | MORE |

Eng hopes domination over Ind and SL in triangular series 

London, June 26: England captain Nasser Hussain will be hoping his side's domination over Sri Lanka will continue when the two sides contest a one-day international at Trent Bridge on Thursday. | MORE |

Botham against change in Tendulkar's batting order

London, June 26: England's cricket legend Ian Botham here on Wednesday adviced India against shifting Sachin Tendulkar to number four position in the batting line-up for the one-dayers saying it could prove disastrous for India. | MORE |

Wright says India have learnt their lessons

Trent Bridge, June 25: Indian coach John Wright here on Tuesday said his team had learnt a lesson during the home series against England earlier this year when the tourists were able to successfully exert pressure on his team to come from behind and tie the six-match one-day series 3-3. | MORE |

Tendulkar leads Indians to victory in tour opener

London, June 23: Sachin Tendulkar scored a brilliant unbeaten 75 to propel Indians to a morale-boosting three-wicket victory over Sussex in a day-night tour-opener at Hove, about 100 km from here, last night. | MORE |

I'm enjoying my new role: Dravid

Mumbai, June 17: India vice-captain Rahul Dravid here on Monday said he is improving with every match in his new role as wicket-keeper in One-Day internationals and that he is enjoying his job behind the stumps. | MORE |

No security threat to Tendulkar: Lord Condon

London, June 16: On the eve of the arrival of the Indian team to England, a senior official of the International Cricket Council has said that there is no security threat to star batsman Sachin Tendulkar in the United Kingdom. | MORE |