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Border-Gavaskar Trophy


About Border-Gavaskar Trophy

Border-Gavaskar Trophy is a cricket tournament between the Indian and Australian cricket teams.

Border-Gavaskar Trophy Schedule

The first test begins in Bangalore on October 9, followed by matches in Mohali (October 17-21), Delhi (October 29-November 2) and in Nagpur (November 5-9).

Ricky Ponting: Captain of the Australian cricket team

Anil Kumble: Captain of the Indian cricket team

Commenting on the tournament, Former Aussie fast bowler Geoff Lawson, who is currently the Pakistan cricket coach, has said that pace, more than spin bowling would decide the winner trophy. He said Aussie captain Ricky Ponting will be right to concentrate on attacking the Indians with their battery of seamers in the Test series beginning next month.

Border-Gavaskar Trophy in recent news

Border-Gavaskar Trophy in News

BCCI disappointed over India's performance Down Under
Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Vice President Rajiv Shukla expressed his discontent over the performance of the Indian team in the third test match against Australia at Perth.

Ponting warns India that he is close to regaining best form
Australia batting veteran Ricky Ponting has warned India that he is close to regaining his best form.

Australia in driver's seat to reclaim Border-Gavaskar Trophy
Tremendous batting display from the Australians has put the team in the driver's seat to reclaim the Border-Gavaskar Trophy and killing India's hopes of a landmark series win away from home.

Clarke ready to 'train his backside off' in quest to find form
Stand-in Australian captain Michael Clarke has said that he is confident of bouncing back to his best ahead of the upcoming World Cup.

Botham warns critics 'quality player' Clarke will soon be over his 'rough patch'
Former England all-rounder Ian Botham reckons that the current spate of criticism of stand-in Australian captain Michael Clarke is unfair.

Clarke has till end of World Cup to regain form: Greg Chappell
Australia's full-time selector Greg Chappell has guaranteed vice-captain Michael Clarke's spot in the national squad until after the World Cup that is being played in the Indian subcontinent, despite the latter struggling both on and off the field.

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