Akram: Future of Indian bowling bleak

Former Pakistan speedster says it’s futile to blame the wickets, England bowlers were simply better than the Indians. India’s inability to pick 20 wickets in a Test match was exposed as the visiting England side won a series in India after 28 years. In an exclusive chat with espnstar.com from Karachi on Wednesday, former Pakistan […]

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MS Dhoni has to trust Virender Sehwag’s abilities: Wasim Akram

COLOMBO: Former Pakistan skipper Wasim Akram has thrown his weight behind off-colour Virender Sehwag, saying skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni must trust the India opener’s abilities. “Sehwag’s position in the batting line-up is a no brainer. Dhoni has to trust Sehwag’s abilities,” Akram said on the eve of India’s World Twenty20 match against Australia. The former […]

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Akram: Tendulkar should quit ODIs

Ex-Pakistan skipper slams lack of application by Indian batsmen and says Dhoni must not blame the toss. With India’s dreams of clinching a finals’ berth in the CB series only a mathematical possibility, Wasim Akram wants Indian selectors to emerge wiser from the Australian experience. The squad for the Asia Cup in Bangladesh will be […]

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Wasim Akram bats for turning tracks in India’s home contests

Sultan of swing Wasim Akram advised the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to dish out turning tracks when teams like England and Australia tour the sub-continent. It may be recalled that under-fire India opener Gautam Gambhir was of the similar opinion during a press conference a few a days ago. “I always […]

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Akram wants Sehwag to change attitude, motivate the team

Former Pakistan skipper Wasim Akram feels stand-in captain Virender Sehwag has looked “nonchalant” so far and needs to change his attitude to motivate the demoralised Indian Team in the fourth and final Test against Australian starting on Tuesday. With Mahendra Singh Dhoni banned for a match, the captaincy baton has been handed over to Sehwag […]

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India in do-or-die battle in Perth: Akram

Perth, Jan 12: Former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram said he would chose experience over youth in the do-or-die third Test for India, starting on Friday as he feels youngsters would not be able to make huge difference in the performance of the team straight away. “Batting well will remain crucial and the Indians know what […]

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Akram fears Test sweep for India ‘Down Under’

NEW DELHI, India (AFP) — India have looked so “seriously out of sorts” in Australia that Pakistan great Wasim Akram fears a 4-0 hiding for Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s men. India trail 2-0 in the four-match series, having lost the first Test in Melbourne by 122 runs and the second in Sydney by an innings and […]

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“Ashwin must not go the Mendis way”

Wasim Akram feels Kotla-hero Ashwin has done enough to seal a berth for the Australia tour, but warns him against complacency. Off-spinner R Ashwin made a sensational debut against the West Indies at the Ferozshah Kotla, picking up nine wickets and the Man-of-the-Match award. His guile and variations, besides helping India take a 1-0 lead […]

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Tough to choose between Jadeja and Yusuf: Akram

New Delhi: Ravindra Jadeja may have shone in the ongoing ODI series against England but former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram believes it is too early to say whether India have actually found the elusive all-rounder to complete the side. Although Jadeja has done well with both the bat and ball in the ongoing series which […]

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