Cricket News sort by South Africa tour of India, 2015

IND vs SA 4th ODI: India showed good character at Chennai to win the hard-fought ODI, and level the series going into the decider on Sunday at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

IND vs SA 4th ODI: Team India fought back strongly at Chennai following the reversal at Rajkot to level the series 2-2. The comfortable 35-run triumph at Chepauk against the South Africans means the final ODI at Wankhede in Mumbai now becomes the decider

Among the euphoria of Virender Sehwag's expected retirement, a struggling Team India would take on an inspired South Africa at Chennai, with both teams having plenty to play for. A win for South Africa would mean the series would be theirs with a game to go

IND vs SA 2015: In five completed matches of the limited overs games against South Africa, India have only won one.

With 20 overs to go in the chase at Rajkot, India needed around a run-a-ball, with eight wickets in hand. And yet, they ended up losing the game by 18 runs. The win by Proteas threw the theory of having wickets in hand to chase down

Morne Morkel’s 4 for 39 ensured South Africa successfully defended a total of 270 that was built upon Quinton de Kock’s solid hundred as India for the second time in three matches lost a game from a commanding position

In spite of the fact that South Africa hold the record for chasing the highest total in one-dayers, they still cannot be considered as great chasers.

Axar Patel and Bhuvneshwar Kumar claimed three wickets each to complement MS Dhoni’s brilliant counter-attacking 92 not out as India successfully defended a below par 247

South Africa crumbled in a small chase, losing by 22 runs. India have won the toss and elected to bat first. South Africa tour of India 2015, 2nd ODI: India vs South Africa at Indore, Oct 14, 2015