Cricket News sort by Graeme Peter Swann

India are in the driver’s seat of the Ahmedabad Test by the end of the second day’s play with England losing three quick wickets in their first innings already.

He was the lone man fighting amongst the English bowlers as Virender Sehwag and Cheteshwar Pujara kept on piling up the runs for India.

India managed to take the first day’s honours thanks to a solid partnership between Cheteshwar Pujara and Yuvraj Singh which defied England from clawing back into the contest.

India A pulled off an impressive show on Day 1 of their 3-day match against the visiting England team by piling up 369 for 9 in 90 overs.

The saga over Kevin Pietersen and his run-ins with England players and the board just don’t seem to end. The latest in the episode is that the South African-born controversial cricketer wants teammates James Anderson and Graeme Swann to be investigated.

England have decided to rest their premium spinner Graeme Swann for the remaining three ODIs against South Africa. Swann of late has been having a troubled elbow in his right arm which might need surgery sometime perhaps after the World Twenty20.

Although England were thoroughly outplayed at The Oval, it was their bowling performance that was a shocker. Prior to the start of the series, a lot was expected of this English bowling attack, which was even rated by some critics as the best ever in the country’s bowling history.

Match Report of Sri Lanka Vs England, Day 1, Second Test at P Sara Oval, Colombo