IPL 2019: Hanuma Vihari says low expectations is great place to start from as he gears up to don Delhi Capitals jersey
Hanuma Vihari has been punching above his weight ever since he made his India debut and that's why he is ready to deal with "low expectations" in a bid to change the popular perception of not being good enough for the T20 format, in the upcoming IPL.
Irani Cup: Decision to settle for draw revealed to be mutual decision between captains Ajinkya Rahane, Faiz Fazal
Eyebrows may have been raised when the Irani Cup was called off with Vidarbha needing just 11 runs for an outright win, but one of their senior players Sunday insisted that the decision was mutually taken.
Irani Cup: Vidarbha complete successive season doubles by retaining title; team donates prize money to Pulwama victims
Clinical Ranji champions Vidarbha reasserted their supremacy in domestic arena, beating a star-studded Rest of India to retain the Irani Cup, making it back-to-back seasons of double delight.
Hanuma Vihari Friday scripted history by becoming the first player to score a hat-trick of hundreds in the Irani Cup, helping Rest of India rally and set Vidarbha a tricky 280-run target at Nagpur.
Irani Cup: Akshay Wadkar's unbeaten half-century provides Vidarbha hope for first innings lead on Day 2
Wicketkeeper Akshay Wadkar led Vidarbha's fightback with an unbeaten half-century as the Ranji champions remained in hunt for a first innings lead after the second day of their Irani Cup match against Rest of India.
Ajinkya Rahane to lead Rest of India in Irani Cup; KL Rahul appointed India A skipper for 2nd unofficial Test against England Lions
India Test vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane will lead the Rest of India side against Ranji Trophy champions Vidarbha in the Irani Cup match to be played in Nagpur from 12-16 February.
Irani Trophy: Wasim Jaffer misses out on triple ton as Vidarbha post mammoth 702/5 on rain-curtailed Day 3
Wasim Jaffer missed out on a triple hundred but Vidarbha, in their bid to out-bat Rest of India, posted a mammoth 702 for five at stumps on a rain-curtailed third day of the Irani Cup.
A bunch of domestic performers such as Mayank Agarwal, Prithvi Shaw along with likes of Ravichandran Ashwin will be eager to add some context to Irani Cup when Rest of India clashes with Ranji Trophy champions Vidarbha
Ravichandran Ashwin has been named as replacement for the injured Ravindra Jadeja in the Rest of India squad which takes on Ranji Trophy champions Vidarbha in the Irani Cup
Paradoxically, it was Wriddhiman Saha's batting; supposedly his weaker suit, that bailed him out of a tricky come back match in the Irani Cup.
Wriddhiman Saha remained unfazed in his finest cricketing hour and said his twin half centuries against New Zealand in Kolkata carry "more value" than his unbeaten 203 in the Irani Cup, perhaps one of his best knocks.
Known for his proficiency in Tests and a prolific scorer in first class cricket, Cheteshwar Pujara has set himself a task - of forcing people to take notice of his prowess in the T20 format too and play in the upcoming Indian Premier League season.
Parthiv Patel praised the match-wining, career-best double century of Wridhiman Saha for Rest of India in the Irani Cup game, while also mentioning the poor standards of umpiring in domestic cricket.
Wriddhiman Saha's career-best first-class knock of 203 was the stand-out performance as Rest of India lifted the Irani Cup after effortlessly chasing down a 379-run target set by Gujarat with more than two sessions to spare in Mumbai on Tuesday.
Wriddhiman Saha struck timely form with an attacking century and also put on a fighting, 203-run unbroken partnership with captain Cheteshwar Pujara to push Rest of India firmly towards the winning target on day four of the Irani Cup game against Gujarat on Monday.
Irani Trophy 2017: Gujarat bowlers strangulate Rest of India despite Cheteshwar Pujara's 86 on Day 2
Cheteshwar Pujara ploughed a lonely furrow and made a fighting 86, but Rest of India (ROI) floundered against Gujarat's bowling attack and were pushed against the ropes by the newly-crowned Ranji Trophy champions in the Irani Cup match on Saturday
Middle-order batsman Chirag Gandhi struck a timely, maiden first-class hundred and remained unbeaten on 136 to lift newly-crowned Ranji Trophy champions Gujarat from trouble on day one of the Irani Cup game against the Rest of India at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai on Friday.
A keen battle awaits the fans when newly crowned Ranji Trophy champions Gujarat clash with the Rest of India in the five-day Irani Cup match, to be played at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai from Friday.
Sounding a warning to Bangladesh and Australia, prolific Indian no. 3 Test batsman Cheteshwar Pujara said today he had been working out a few new things in his game which he could try out in the Irani Cup game for Rest of India against Gujarat starting in Mumbai on Friday.
A fit again Wriddhiman Saha was named in the Rest of India squad that will take on first-time Ranji Trophy champions in the Irani Cup to be held in Mumbai.