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  • We did not have enough runs on the board: ClarkeWe did not have enough runs on the board: Clarke

    Adelaide: A disappointed Australian captainMichael Clarke bemoaned the lack of a challenging total as they were outplayed in the second final by Sri Lanka at Adelaide Oval on Tuesday.

  • India drop a place to 3rd in ICC ODI ChampionshipIndia drop a place to 3rd in ICC ODI Championship

    Dubai: World champions India dropped a place to third position in the Reliance ICC ODI Championship table after its dismal performance in the tringular series in Australia.

  • Australia beat Sri Lanka to win CB SeriesAustralia beat Sri Lanka to win CB Series

    Adelaide: Upul Tharanga's gritty 71 runs went in vain as Australia defeated Sri Lanka in the third and deciding final match to win the Commonwealth Bank tri-series by 16 runs here Thursday.

  • Australia V Sri Lanka, 3rd Final, AdelaideAnalysis: Third final of CB Series

    It was a fiercely contested best-of-three finals in CB series. The third final at the Adelaide Oval was a low-scoring affair and Australia managed to defend a modest 231. Check out a complete over-by-over analysis of the third final by scrolling down below

  • Arthur says he has no fears on Clarke’s cricket futureArthur says he has no fears on Clarke’s cricket future

    Adelaide: Australia's cricket team coach and hierarchy have no fears for skipper Michael Clarke's long-term future in the sport, despite a hamstring injury costing him a chunk of the looming West Indies tour.

  • India looking forward to Asia Cup: GambhirIndia looking forward to Asia Cup: Gambhir

    New Delhi: After a disastrous tour of Australia, India batsman Gautam Gambhir said the team was now looking forward to a better show in the Asia Cup starting Sunday in Bangladesh.

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