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India vs England Cricket News July 2007

India in England Cricket Series 2007

IND v ENG 2nd Test, Trent Bridge, Day 4 : India need 63 more to win the Trent Bridge Test

India needed just 73 to beat England in the Trent Bridge Test and secure a 1-0 lead in the three-match Test series after bowling out the hosts for 355 on the fourth day on Monday.
At close of play, India were 10/0 in 3 overs, needing a further 63 runs to win the Test. Openers Dinesh Kaarthick (6) and Wasim Jaffer (3) were sitll at the crease.
Second Test, Trent Bridge, Day 4 (stumps) : England 198 & 355 v India 481 & 10-0

IND v ENG 2nd Test, Trent Bridge, Day 3 : England 240 runs behind India on day 3

India imposed a huge lead of 283 runs on England before being finally bowled out for 481 in their first innings on day three of the Nottingham Test.
Second Test, Trent Bridge, Day 3 (stumps): England 198 & 43-0 v India 481-10

IND v ENG 2nd Test, Trent Bridge, Day 2 : India 254 for 3 on day two

India were 254 for 3 at stumps against England on Day 2 of the second Test match at Trent Bridge on Saturday. Bad light forced the umpires to end the day which was pretty much dominated by Indian batsmen. Englands bowling attack looked lacklustre as top bowlers like Ryan Sidebottom and Chris Tremlett failed to make a mark.
Meanwhile, India lost the key wicket of Rahul Dravid who guided Panesars delivery straight into the hands of Ian Bell. Disappointed Dravid left the ground after making a strong partnership of more than 90 runs with Sachin.
Second Test, Trent Bridge, Day 2 : England 198 (65.3 overs) v India 254-3 (79.0 overs)

IND v ENG 2nd Test, Trent Bridge, Day 1 : England post 169 for 7

England were 169 for seven in their first innings at the close of the first day of the second test against India at Trent Bridge on Friday.
India reduced England to 94 for three at tea after asking the home side to bat on a rain-delayed opening day of the second test at Trent Bridge on Friday. Andrew Strauss (4), captain Michael Vaughan (9) and Kevin Pietersen (13) were all back in the pavilion before the total had reached 50 after Rahul Dravid had won the toss.
At tea, after play had begun four hours late because of heavy rain this week which had soaked the outfield, Alastair Cook was on 35 and Paul Collingwood had scored 25.
Second Test, Trent Bridge, Day 1 (stumps): England 169 for 7 (55.0 overs) v India

IND v ENG 2nd Test, Trent Bridge: Threat of rain looms large, again

As rain continued to pour down onto the Trent Bridge outfield, just a day before the start of the second Test between England and India, the tourists were gearing themselves up for another stop-start contest. India Team (from): Wasim Jaffer, Dinesh Karthik, Rahul Dravid (Captain), Sachin Tendulkar Sachin Tendulkar's Site, Sourav Ganguly, VVS Laxman, Mahendra Singh Dhoni (Wicket Keeper), Anil Kumble, Zaheer Khan, RP Singh, Sreesanth, Yuvraj Singh, Ranadeb Bose, Ishant Sharma, Ramesh Powar, Gautam Gambhir.
England Team (from): Andrew Strauss, Alastair Cook, Michael Vaughan (Captain), Kevin Pietersen, Paul Collingwood, Ian Bell, Matt Prior (Wicket Keeper), Ryan Sidebottom, Chris Tremlett, Monty Panesar, James Anderson, Stuart Broad.

IND v ENG 2nd Test, Trent Bridge: Ganguly doubtful for second test

After a disastoruos showing in the first Test, Team India now have a scare in the form of Sourav Ganguly's injury ahead of second Test at Trent Bridge starting on July 27.

IND v ENG 1st Test, Lord's, Day 5 : Dhoni and Bad weather saves India

Bad light and then rain ensured the first Test between England and India at Lord's ended in a draw with the tourists closing on 282-9. It left England frustrated as they failed to win a match they had dominated for lengthy spells.
Dhoni, unbeaten on 76, and last man Sreesanth (4 not out) were still at the crease when the weather intervened. Reported Earlier: England looked set to clinch the opening Test at Lords on Monday as they needed just five more Indian wickets to take a 1-0 lead in the three match series for Pataudi trophy.
The Indians suffered two early blows on the final morning losing overnight batsman Dinesh Karthick (60) and Sourav Ganguly (40) with the first 30 minutes. Ryan Sidebottom trapped Sourav Ganguly lbw and James Anderson had Dinesh Karthik caught at slip to leave India reeling on 145-5, chasing 380.
With only VVS Laxman and Mahendra Dhoni remaining among the recognised batsmen, India might be hard pressed to bat out the remaining sessions. The only hope being rain saving Indias day showers have been forecast but late in the day.
First Test, Lords, day five : England 298 & 282 drew with India 201 & 282-9

IND v ENG 1st Test, Lord's, Day 4 : Pietersen ton puts England on top

India, dismissed for a meagre 201 in their first innings, were 137 for three at the close, needing a further 243 runs to reach their target of 380 after Pietersen had scored 134. Opener Dinesh Karthik was 56 not out and former captain Sourav Ganguly, dropped on 12, was 36 not out with their stand currently worth 52 after they came together at 84 for three.
If India win they would achieve the fourth highest fourth innings Test victory total in history and break the equivalent Lord's record of 344 for one set by the West Indies in 1984. Earlier Kevin Pietersen burst back into form with his ninth century, his first Test hundred against India, while RP Singh's 5 for 59 kept the rest of the English team in check on the fourth day at Lord's. England who started the day at 77/2 were all out for 282 just before tea.
Paul Collingwood's miserable Test continued as he made just four before he spooned a bouncer from Singh straight to VVS Laxman.
First Test, Lords, day four : England 298 & 282 v India 201 & 137/3

IND v ENG 1st Test, Lord's, Day 3 : England skittle India to blow Test open

The first Test between England and India looks set for an engaging conclusion after the tourists' first innings finished at 201 all out just before lunch on the third day. Anderson claimed a five-wicket haul at a cost of just 42 runs.
At stumps, England lead by 174 runs with 8 wickets remaining.
First Test, Lords, day three (close): England 298 & 77/2 v India 201

IND v ENG 1st Test, Lord's, Day 2 : India 145 for 4 at stumps on day 2

England hit back after a collapse to restrict India to 145-4 at close of play on the second day of the Lords Test on Friday.
First Test, Lords, day two (close): England 298 v India 145-4

IND v ENG 1st Test, Lord's, Day 1 : India hit back after English lapse

Andrew Strauss narrowly failed to score his first test century in almost a year on the first day of the first cricket test against India at Lord's where England reached 268 for four at the close.
First Test, Lords, day one (close): England 268-4 v India

IND v ENG 1st Test, Lord's : India target rare series win in England

India will launch their grueling three-match cricket Test series against England at the historic Lord's on Thursday, heavily relying on their famed batsmen to provide the inspiration in their quest for a rare series win. England (team from): Andrew Strauss, Alastair Cook, Michael Vaughan (Captain), Kevin Pietersen, Paul Collingwood, Ian Bell, Matt Prior (Wicket Keeper), Ryan Sidebottom, Matthew Hoggard, Monty Panesar, James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Chris Tremlett
India (team from): Rahul Dravid (Captain), Sachin Tendulkar Sachin Tendulkar's Site, Wasim Jaffer, Dinesh Karthik, Gautam Gambhir, Sourav Ganguly, Venkatsai Laxman, Yuvraj Singh, Mahendra Singh Dhoni (Wicket Keeper), Zaheer Khan, Shanthakumaran Sreesanth, Rudra Pratap Singh, Ishant Sharma, Ranadeb Bose, Anil Kumble, Ramesh Powar

England fast bowler Stephen Harmison ruled out of test series against India

England fast bowler Stephen Harmison was ruled out for the entire cricket Test series against India as his hernia injury requires immediate surgery which will keep him out of action for four to six weeks.

Broad called up by England for India opener

Uncapped pace bowler Stuart Broad was called up on Sunday into England's 13-man squad for the first Test against India starting at Lord's on Thursday. England squad: Andrew Strauss, Alastair Cook, Michael Vaughan, Kevin Pietersen, Paul Collingwood, Ian Bell, Matthew Prior, Stephen Harmison, Ryan Sidebottom, Matthew Hoggard, Monty Panesar, James Anderson, Stuart Broad.

India-England Lions Match Ends In A Tame Draw

England Lions proved that India's impotent bowling attack has neither the zing nor the sting as the three-day warm up cricket match between them petered out into a drab draw in Chelmsford on Sunday.
Tour match, Chelmsford, day four: Sussex 300-6d & 190-9 drew with India 388-7d & 184-8d

Tendulkar delights chelmsford with a masterly 171

A standout innings of 171 off 236 balls from Indias batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar Sachin Tendulkar's Site reached his team to 336-7,within 77 runs short off England Lions 413-8 decl, on the second day of the three-day tour match at Chelmsford on Saturday.
Tour match, Chelmsford, day two (close): England Lions 413-8d v India 336-7

England Lions expose Indian attack

A toothless Indian bowling attack stood thoroughly exposed as England Lions, riding on a sparkling unbeaten century by all-rounder Tim Bresnan and crisp half centuries from Joe Denly and Stuart Broad, rattled up 379 for eight on the opening day of the three-day tie at Chelmsford on Friday.
Tour match, Chelmsford, day one (close): England Lions 379-8 v India

India lead Sussex on the penultimate day

India gained a first innings lead of 88 but extended it to 109 at 21-2 in their second essay on the penultimate day of their tour match against Sussex at Hove.
Tour match, Hove, day three (close): Sussex 300-6d v India 388-7d & 21-2

Laxman misses ton against Sussex on day 2

India's bowlers took cue from the top order batsmen, striking telling blows to reduce English County Champions Sussex to 146 for 5 in their first innings on the second day of the warm-up match in Hove on Sunday.
Tour match, Hove, day two (close): Sussex 146-5 v India 388-7d

India reach 281 for 3 at stumps on day 1

The Indians made an ideal start to their three-month long tour of England with several top-order batsmen spending valuable time in the middle on the first day against Sussex at Hove as the Indians reached 281 for 3 at stumps on day 1.
Tour match, Hove, day one (close): India 281-3 v Sussex

Full strength team likely for Sussex match

Fresh from their one-day cricket series triumph over the South Africans in Ireland, India will launch their gruelling tour of England with a four-day warm-up game against County champions Sussex at Hove. India team (from): Rahul Dravid (Captain), Sachin Tendulkar Sachin Tendulkar's Site, Sourav Ganguly, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Yuvraj Singh, VVS Laxman, Dinesh Kaarthick, Ramesh Powar, S. Sreesanth, Zaheer Khan, Gautam Gambhir, R.P. Singh, Wasim Jaffer, Anil Kumble, Ranadeb Bose and Ishant Sharma.
Sussex team (from): Chris Adams (Captain), Murray Goodwin, Richard Montogerie, Andy Hodd, Carl Hopkinson, James Kirtley, Jason Lewry, Chris Liddle, Robin Martin-Jenkins, Chris Nash, Matt Prior (wicket keeper), Ollie Rayner, Thomas Smith, Michael Thorney, Kuke Wright, Michael Yardy, Mushtaq Ahmed, Saqlain Mushtaq, Rana Naved-ul-Hasan.

Umpires for India-England series announced

Sri Lanka's Mr Ranjan Madugalle and Mr Roshan Mahanama have been appointed match referees for the upcoming Test and One-Day International cricket series between India and England this month.

Harmison may play with hernia against India

Desperate to play in the upcoming cricket Test series against India, England pacer Steve Harmison is planning to delay a hernia surgery to keep himself in available for the three matches.

Flintoff doubtful for India series

Andrew Flintoff's arthroscopy on his left ankle may have gone well but the talismanic all-rounder looks doubtful for the Test series against India starting next month.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2007

Super 8, Match 24, ENG vs WI: Lara bows out in a dramatic loss

West Indies Cricket team England Cricket team Kevin Pietersen and Paul Nixon spoiled Brian Lara's farewell to international cricket as England snatched a dramatic one-wicket win over West Indies. Pietersen (100) and Nixon (38) kept England in the hunt and Stuart Broad hit the winning runs as as they reached 301-9 with one ball to spare. Skipper Michael Vaughan produced an excellent all-round performance, taking 3-39 and then scoring 79 off 68 balls.
West Indies earlier made 300 all out with Brian Lara run out for 18.
World Cup Super 8, Match 24, Barbados: West Indies 300 all out lost to England 301-9 by one wicket

England name 30 man World Cup squad

The England selectors have named a 30-man provisional squad for the ICC 2007 Cricket World Cup to be played in the West Indies during March and April. England Team : James Anderson, Ian Bell, Ravi Bopara, Stuart Broad, Glen Chapple, Rikki Clarke, Paul Collingwood, Alastair Cook, Jamie Dalrymple, Andrew Flintoff, Ashley Giles, Matthew Hoggard, Ed Joyce, Amjad Khan, Jon Lewis, Mal Loye, Sajid Mahmood, Paul Nixon, Graham Onions, Monty Panesar, Kevin Pietersen, Liam Plunkett, Matt Prior, Chris Read, Owais Shah, Vikram Solanki, Andrew Strauss, Chris Tremlett, Michael Vaughan, Michael Yardy

Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.