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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Tuesday July 8
Despite England’s below par performances recently, the young Indian brigade will have to ensure they don’t take the hosts lightly as both the sides prepare for the first test at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on Wednesday. More
Sunday June 15
They may have sent a less than full strength side to tour neighbours Bangladesh for a three match ODI series, but India will go into the second fixture of the three in Dhaka on Tuesday, 1-0 ahead, after a comfortable victory in the first match. More
Friday June 13
India go into the three match ODI series against their neighbours Bangladesh, the first of which takes place on Sunday in Dhaka, without eight of their regular players in the 15 man squad. More
Friday June 6
The West Indies selectors have taken quite a gamble in naming a pair of fast bowlers in the squad for the first Test against the touring New Zealand team, Jerome Taylor and Kemar Roach, who have both had their battles with injuries in recent times. More
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