Cricket News sort by Ishwar Chand Pandey

After dominating the first two days of the three-day game against Bangladesh, India A completed a terrific win by an innings and 32 runs much before the scheduled close of play on the final day at the Chinnaswamy stadium in Bangalore

After conceding a huge lead of 183, Bangladesh found themselves in deep trouble early in the second innings as well, on day two of the three-day match against India A at the Chinnaswamy stadium in Bangalore

On expected lines, India beat Afghanistan without any trouble in the dead rubber of the Asia Cup.

The Indian team in New Zealand will see some fresh faces replacing some old ones. Here’s some detailed info on the relatively unknown players.

Madhya Pradesh fast bowler Ishwar Pandey and Karnataka all-rounder Stuart Binny are the new additions to the Indian team which was picked for the upcoming tour of New Zealand.

Although India A’s victory in the tri-series involving Australia A and South Africa A was somewhat surprising considering their poor record in South Africa, it was still a bit understandable looking at their ever-improving record in one-dayers across the world.

India A pulled off an innings and 13 run-victory in their four-day unofficial Test against South Africa A at the Olympia Park in Rustenburg. The visitors took 11 wickets in less than a day to achieve the thumping victory.

India A for the third day in a row dominated hosts South Africa A this time with the bowlers shining as well. Well built 24-year-old Madhya Pradesh seamer Ishwar Pandey took 4 for 40 as India A kept the South African A side to 312 for 9 at stumps on Day 3.

The Ranji Elite Match between Tamil Nadu and Madhya Pradesh at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai ended in a draw. Tamil Nadu who started the final day at 30 for 2 in their second innings were bowled out for 208.