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BCCI relaxed 'family clause' for Team India players in West Indies following stressful World Cup

Team India was left devastated when they lost in the semi-final of the World cup. During the World Cup  BCCI had put in a family clause on the number of days a team member's family can accompany him during tournaments. 

Fans make memes for Ravi Shastri's latest picture, troll him mercilessly on social media

Team India finished their tour of West Indies and is all set to take on South Africa on their home turf. Under the coaching of Shastri, India swept the T20 International series 3-0, won two-match One-day International series 2-0 and clinched the two-Test series 2-0 on their month-long tour of the West Indies.

KL Rahul posts cryptic message after being constantly trolled on social media

Team India batsman KL Rahul's dip in form is a huge concern for Team India. He has received lot of criticism on social media following some poor performance with the bat in the West Indies series.

India vs West Indies: Hanuma Vihari thanks head coach Ravi Shastri after Man of Match performance in 2nd Test

India whitewashed West Indies 2-0 in the recent Test series, and Hanuma Vihari had a huge role to play in Team India's success in the Caribbean. Scoring 93 in the first innings of the first Test, Vihari got over his disappointment of missing out on his maiden hundred by getting to the three-figure mark in the next Test. 

Watch: Rohit Sharma adds Caribbean flavor to India's series win over West Indies

Team India finished their tour of West Indies in a grand style winning the two-match test series 2-0 and staying on top of the ICC World Test Championship points table (120 points). Jasprit Bumrah not only grabbed the headline throughout the series but also picked up hat-trick becoming the third Indian to achieve the feat. Ishant Sharma impressed with the ball in hand and also scored his maiden half-century. Hanuma Vihari was the find of the tournament scoring two half-centuries and a century.

Stat Attack: Virat Kohli's numbers as skipper prove he should be among legends

Team India skipper Virat Kohli's journey in international cricket has been a remarkable one. Right from leading the side to Under-19 World Cup to breaking every record in the international cricket as a player, India's run machine has been truly phenomenal. As a captain, Kohli has always led from the front, after MS Dhoni announced his retirement from Test cricket following the Boxing Day Test at the MCG in 2015.

India vs West Indies: Captaincy just a 'c' in front of your name says Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli, who has become India's most successful captain in Test cricket, believes the feat he has achieved is a by-product of the quality of the team and the bowlers he has. 

India vs West Indies: Ishant Sharma overtakes Kapil Dev to achieve massive record

India made a dream start to their World Test Championship campaign claiming the series against West Indies  2-0 after beating the host by 257 runs in 2nd Test. The victory meant that Virat Kohli's team sit comfortably on the top with 120 points.

India vs West Indies: Kohli impressed with Vihari's batting, says he brings calm inside dressing room

Team India ended their tour of West Indies emphatically by beating the host by 257 runs and clean sweep the Test series 2-0. While the Indian pacers ripped through the host's batting lineup, one player who impressed everyone was Hanuma Vihari. Vihari who got the nod ahead of Rohit Sharma was undoubtedly India's find of the Test series emerging as the top run-getter with 289 runs that included a century and two half-centuries.

India vs West Indies: Ishant Sharma doesn't want to lose focus by thinking about '100 Test club'

There is a saying that records are meant to be broken and Indian pacers broke records for fun in the two-match test series against West Indies as India blanked the host 2-0. After Jasprit Bumrah's hat-trick, Sunday witnessed Ishant Sharma surpass Kapil Dev to become the most successful Indian pacer outside Asia.

Virat Kohli's childhood coach Rajkumar Sharma points out why Jasprit Bumrah is a successful bowler

India pacer Jasprit Bumrah is currently the hot topic in the cricket circle following his hat-trick against West Indies on Day 2 of the 2nd Test between India and West Indies. At the end of play on day two, Bumrah returned with the figure of 6-16 in his 9.1 overs. Bumrah dismissed Darren Bravo, Shamarh Brooks and Roston Chase in successive balls in the 9th over of the West Indies innings.

India vs West Indies: Jasprit Bumrah owes his hat-trick to Virat Kohli for using the review at right time

Team India currently has one foot across the finish line and with the way the match has panned out so far it looks like once again it will a cakewalk in the park for Virat Kohli led the side to win the match and complete series whitewash.

India vs West Indies: Twitterati fall short of words after Jasprit Bumrah's hat-trick

Jasprit Bumrah continued to torment the West Indies batters with his breathtaking spell as team India continued their dominance over the host West Indies as bowlers once again ripped through the Windies batting line up on Day 2 of the second Test between West Indies and India.

The pacer not only picked up yet another five-wicket haul but also claimed a hat-trick. He now becomes the third Indian bowler after Harbhajan Singh (against Australia) and Irfan Pathan (against Pakistan) to achieve the feat.

India vs West Indies: Jasprit Bumrah takes hat-trick, becomes third Indian bowler to achieve the feat

Jasprit Bumrah became the third Indian bowler to take a hat-trick in Test cricket after he dismissed Darren Bravo, Shamarh Brooks and Roston Chase off consecutive balls on Day 2 of the second Test between India and West Indies. 

Bumrah's historic feat came in the ninth over, he went on to take three more wickets to finish Day 2 with a six-wicket haul. Shimron Hetmyer -- who fell to Mohammed Shami -- was the only man to fall to another bowler on Saturday in Kingston as West Indies were reduced to 87/7 in reply to India's 416. 

Team India coaching contracts to come into effect from September 5

While the Indian selectors -- led by M.S.K. Prasad -- shortlisted the candidates for Team India's support staff on August 22, their contracts will begin from September 5 and the Committee of Administrators (CoA) is expected to give the go-ahead by then. While Bharat Arun (bowling coach) and R. Sridhar (fielding coach) have been re-appointed, former national selector Vikram Rathour comes in to join the support staff as the new batting coach, replacing Sanjay Bangar. Like chief coach Ravi Shastri, the support staff will also be at the helm till the World T20 in 2021. 

India vs West Indies: Rahkeem Cornwall is happy to get Cheteshwar Pujara as his first Test wicket

West Indies all-rounder Rahkeem Cornwall is happy after claiming his first Test wicket as the off-spinner dismissed Cheteshwar Pujara on Day 1 of the second and final Test here on Friday. Cornwall, who at 140 kg became the heaviest cricketer to play international cricket, returned with figures of 1/69 from his 27 overs on Day 1.

India vs West Indies: Rahkeem Cornwall creates unique record in Test cricket

The second and the final test between India and West Indies got underway on Friday, with India been put to bat first by West Indies skipper Jason Holder.

India vs West Indies: Opener Mayank Agarwal believes team is in great position after Day 1

The second test between India and West Indies in the World Test Championship got underway on Friday at Sabina Park in Jamaica. West Indies won the toss and opted to bowl first.
At Stumps on Day One, India were in a strong position after half-centuries from Agarwal (55) and skipper Virat Kohli (76), which helped the team reach 264/5 while Jason Holder picked up three wickets to keep the visitors in check.

Agarwal praised West Indies bowlers but believes India are in a great position after Day 1. 

Ravi Shastri, Bharat Arun and R Sridhar set "Date With The Legend" Bob Marley

The second test between India and West Indies gets underway on Friday at Sabina Park in Jamaica. After winning the first test Team India players and coaching staff decided to take some off and coach Ravi Shastri seems to be making the most out of it.

India vs West Indies: Ravindra Jadeja six wickets away from overtaking Harbhajan Singh in Test list

The stage is set for Team India to clash with host West Indies in the second test to be played in at Kingston Cricket Ground  Jamaica on Friday. The visitors currently lead the series 1-0 after their 318-run win in the first Test in Antigua. India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja put up a splendid show with both bat and ball in the first match and is likely to retain his place in the side.

Fans goes crazy over Virat Kohli reading 'Detox Your Ego' book

Team India skipper Virat Kohli has always set the eyeballs rolling both on and off the field.  He is known to make headlines not only with his batting records in the middle but he has also managed get spotlight with his videos on social media.  This time the skipper once again grabbed the spotlight not for his cricketing exploits but for his reading choice.  

India vs West Indies: Virat Kohli set to equal Ricky Pontings Test record

 Indian skipper Virat Kohli will eye one more record when he comes out to bat during the two-Test series against the West Indies starting Thursday.

India vs West Indies: Ravindra Jadeja 8 wickets away from 200 wickets in Test cricket

All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja is on the cusp of a bowling milestone, which he will look to achieve during the first Test between India and West Indies that starts from Thursday at Antigua. The player is only eight wickets away from getting 200 Test wickets, and if he gets to the milestone, he will become only the tenth Indian bowler to get the feat. 

India vs West Indies: Harbhajan Singh picks No1 spinner for two-match Test series

India's veteran off-spinner Harbhajan Singh has made his choice regarding who should be Team India's first-choice spinner for the upcoming two-match Test series against the West Indies.  

Speaking to Times of India Harbhajan said that he would pick Kuldeep Yadav over Ravichandran Ashwin for the Test series.

India vs West Indies: Ravi Shastri wants this player to bat at number four, Here's why

After being reappointed as the Head coach of the Indian Cricket Team, Ravi Shastri identified Shreyas Iyer as the man who could solve India's batting woes at number four. Shastri was chosen over Mike Hesson and Tom Moody by the Cricket Advisory Committee and will continue to serve Indian cricket for another 26 months.

India vs West Indies: Ahead of Test series Indian cricketers enjoy dinner at Brian Lara's house; see photos

The Indian cricket stars who are currently touring West Indies are enjoying a brief break from the sport between the end of the limited over series and the start of the upcoming Test series. Players like KL Rahul, Ravindra Jadeja, Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan were recently spotted at a dinner party that was hosted by Brian Lara. 

India vs West Indies 3rd ODI: Virat Kohli gets 43rd 100 as India clinch series 2-0; Twitter reacts

Team India were led by yet another scintillating knock from skipper Virat Kohli, as the side went on to win the third and final ODI by six wickets against West indies at Trinidad. After winning the toss and batting first, Windies put up a good total of 240 in 35 overs (the overs were reduced due to a three-hour break), courtesy Chris Gayle and Evin Lewis' fifties. 

India vs West Indies 3rd ODI live score: Match to be 35-over a side game after rain interruptions

After West Indies got off to a great start with the bat, scoring 115 in only 65 balls for the first wicket, rain interrupted proceedings during the third and final ODI between West Indies and India at Trinidad. 

India vs West Indies: Rishabh Pant wants to play positive cricket and win matches for the team

Ahead of the final ODI of the three-match series between India and West Indies, Rishabh Pant, who is donning the big gloves in MS Dhoni's absence said that he wants to play a positive brand of cricket for his side.

India vs West Indies 3rd ODI: When and Where to Watch today's Live telecast and streaming online

Virat Kohli and his men will look to seal the series when they play the third and final ODI at the Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain. After a convincing start to the tour with a 3-0 whitewash in the T20 series, the Men in Blue have carried on the good form into the ODIs with a new player rising up to the occasion every single game.

India vs West Indies 3rd ODI: Kuldeep Yadav just four wickets short of picking 100 ODI wickets

Spinner Kuleep Yadav's rise in Indian cricket ever since he made his debut in 2017 has been nothing short of inspiring. The left-arm wrist spinner has played a huge role along with spin twin Yuzvendra Chahl in India's rise to the top in the last two years. 

Shikhar Dhawan and Shreyas Iyer enjoy their off day at Port of Spain

Team India's cricketers Shikhar Dhawan and Shreyas Iyer made best use of their time off between games as they explored places in Port of Spain with Kieron Pollard. The same venue Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain will host the third ODI too and the team did not have to travel.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar: Virat Kohli's expression after getting 100 vs WI showed how badly he wanted to score runs

Indian fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar praised skipper Virat Kohli after the latter got his 42nd ODI hundred against West Indies at Trinidad on Sunday. The rain-affected match eventually went in India's favour as they won by 59 runs. 

India vs West Indies: Virat Kohli believes that Number 4 and 5 are floating batting positions in limited overs

Team India have struggled to find a suitable number four batsmen for a long time. Frequent chopping and changing meant that even the best batsmen are not given a fairly long run at the crucial position. The search started with India trying Ajinkya Rahane, Suresh Raina and Yuvraj Singh and has now boiled down to the likes of Vijay Shankar, Rishabh Pant, Shreyas Iyer and Manish Pandey.

India vs West Indies: Sunil Gavaskar wants Shreyas Iyer to bat number four for India

Team India won the second ODI by 59 runs and took a 1-0 lead in the three match series. Shreyas Iyer impressed one and all with his batting as he made a fluent 71 off 68 balls to help India post 279. He stitched together a 125 run partnership with centurion Virat Kohli to bail India out of trouble. This was Iyer's third ODI half-century in 8 games.

India vs West Indies 2nd ODI live score: West Indies need 280 to win after Kohli's 100 and Iyer's 50

Virat Kohli's hundred and a good knock from Shreyas Iyer helped India score 279 for 7 in their 50 overs in the second ODI against West indies at Trinidad. After losing the plot and succumbing to 115 for 3, the Men in Blue put up a 125-run partnership, which helped them post a fighting total. 

India vs West Indies 2nd ODI live score: Virat Kohli gets his 42nd ODI hundred; Twitter reacts

Indian cricket team captain scored his 42nd ODI hundred earlier today in the 2nd ODI between India and West Indies at Port of Spain. Batting first, the Indian team lost the wicket of Shikhar Dhawan early, but Kohli along with Rohit Sharma steadied the ship and took the rotal to 76, before the opener got out. 

Shreyas Iyer feels that he is flexible batting at any position in the ODI side

Shreyas Iyer feels that he is "flexible" batting at any position as the team management wants him to. He has been included in the ODI squad for the tour to West Indies as India are looking to fill positions in the middle-order.

India vs West Indies 2nd ODI: When and Where to Watch Live telecast and streaming

Virat Kohli and his men will take on West Indies in the second ODI of the series today. The first ODI at Providence Stadium, Guyana did not produce a result. The game saw India recalling Shreyas Iyer in MS Dhoni's absence. The series will also see Shikhar Dhawan taking fresh guard at the top of the order after suffering an injury against Australia in the ICC World Cup 2019.

India vs West Indies 2nd ODI: Dream11 fantasy tips and predicted 11

West Indies and India will try to start their ODI series with a win here after the first game was washed out due to rain. Both teams will look forward to a full game of cricket - the first after their respective World Cup 2019 campaigns ended in disappointment. Though the two sides were locked in a T20I battle before the ODIs, the 50-over format will present the biggest challenge. 

Shubman Gill becomes youngest Indian to score First-Class double century

Shubman Gill became the youngest Indian cricketer to score a double ton in First-Class cricket as he stitched together a brilliant partnership with skipper Hanuma Vihari to help India A put a formidable total against West Indies A in the third and final unofficial Test in Trinidad and Tobago.

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