India A cricket team
The India A cricket team is also called as the India Red team and is an Indian national cricket team that represents the second tire of the Indian Cricket. The team were formerly known by the name, India Red and had taken active part against the India Blue and India Green teams in the NKP Salve Challenger Trophy.
When the team’s were named as India, it took part in the Emerging Players tournament. The present captain of the team is Subramaniam Badrinath. Recently, the team won the Emerging Players Tournament in 2009 by defeating South Africa A.
The present squad of the team includes the captain of the team, Subramaniam Badrinath, Ajinkya Rahane, Virat Kohli, the Vice Captain, Amit Mishra, Dhawal Kulkarni, Sudeep Tyagi, Pradeep Sangwan and many others.
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Monday April 14
Kings XI Punjab will be hoping to find some more consistent form that in IPL 6, when they won eight of their 16 games, and there were moments of individual brilliance, but as a unit they never managed to produce concerted team efforts, and never looked likely to end their wait for an IPL title. More
Tuesday April 1
The second semi-final of the ICC World Twenty20 Tournament in Dhaka promises to be one of the games of the tournament so far. More
Thursday March 27
India came into the World Twenty20 Tournament on the back of some indifferent form, but within two matches, everything that has gone before has been forgotten, and they are now considered as one of the favourites to claim the title. More
Thursday March 27
Australia’s first match of the Super10 stage at the ICCs World Twenty20 Tournament in Bangladesh, against Pakistan, may have been a riveting contest, but it has done nothing for the nerves of the team and its supporters, who know that the eventual defeat by 16 runs against Pakistan, has left them in a backs to the wall situation, where they need to win their remaining three pool games, to have any chance of winning a place in the knockout stages. More
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