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South Africa vs India 2018

South Africa vs India 2018 is a bilateral series consisting of three Tests, six ODIs and three T20Is beginning on January 5 2018

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Kuldeep Yadav has credited MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli for his rise. Image Courtesy: Twitter
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Kuldeep Yadav Credits Kohli, Dhoni for his Rise in International Cricket

India enjoyed their most successful tour to South Africa, as they won both the limited-overs series convincingly. India won the ODI and T20I series after losing the Test series. The Men in Blue showed great courage to fight back after a tough Test series and bounced back in the limited-overs format. However, much of the

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India clinched the T20I series beating South Africa 2-1. Credit: BCCI
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South Africa vs India: Combined XI from the T20I Series

The men in blue played some brilliant cricket to beat South Africa in the colored jersey following their 2-1 loss in the Test series. India came back stronger to script history as they won two back-to-back series in the Rainbow Nation. India continued their good run from the ODIs as they beat South Africa in the first

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JP Duminy (Credits - Getty)
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SA v India 2018: Four Records That Are At Stake In 3rd T20I in Cape Town

In what came as a pleasant surprise for the Proteas fans, the hosts kept their hopes alive in the 3-match T20I series after registering a comfortable six wickets victory over India at the SuperSport Park in Centurion. The victory was largely built on wonderful innings from the blade of Heinrich Klassen. In the end, it

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India's Suresh Raina (R) celebrates with teammate Bhuvneshwar Kumar (L) after taking a catch to dismiss unseen South African batsman Chris Morris during the first T20I cricket match between South Africa and India at The Wanderers Cricket Stadium in Johannesburg on February 18, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Christiaan Kotze (Photo credit should read CHRISTIAAN KOTZE/AFP/Getty Images)
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SA vs IND,2018 2nd, T20I: Records in line to be broken in the 2nd T20I

India continued their form from the ODI series as they beat South Africa in the 1st T20I by 28 runs. The Men in Blue banked on Shikhar Dhawan’s blistering 72 off just 39 balls followed by Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s magical spell to outclass the host. How did the 1st T20I go: Meanwhile, India lost two early

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India won the fifth game by 73 runs (Credits: BCCI)
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SA vs IND 2018: What Went Wrong For South Africa In ODIs After Test Series Win?

India won their first ever ODI series against South Africa in South Africa after they won the fifth ODI at the St. Georges Park in Port Elizabeth by 73 runs. India have been formidable in the limited overs format in the last 12 to 18 months and have faced minimal competition from any team they

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Tendulkar and Kohli (Credits: Getty)
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A Look at How Virat Kohli and Sachin Tendulkar Fared in South Africa

It would not be vaguely wrong to call India’s ongoing series against South Africa, a Virat Kohli’s series. On a tour where the batsmen from both the sides had struggled to get going, the India skipper has looked a class apart. The 29-year old had scored a staggering 679 out of India’s 2217 runs on the tour, so

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Team India (Credits: Getty)
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SA vs IND 2018: Records Team India and Its Players Could Break in Fifth ODI

South Africa finally managed to beat India in the ongoing One-Day International series. After three consecutive defeats, the Proteas beat the visitors by five wickets (DLS method) in a rain-curtailed fourth ODI to keep the series alive. Given a revised total of 202 in 28 overs, the hosts reached the target with 15 balls remaining. The

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Bharat Arun, 2019 World Cup, Ravichandran Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, South Africa vs India 2018
Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja (Credits: BCCI)
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SA vs IND, 2018: Bharat Arun opens up on Ashwin-Jadeja 2019 World Cup chances

India bowling coach Bharat Arun has insisted Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja are not yet out of a race for the 2019 World Cup which is scheduled to be held in England and Wales. Ashwin’s last One-day International came in June 2017 while Jadeja previously played an ODI in July same year. This was during the

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