MS Dhoni is still world's best ODI finisher: Ian Chappell

The jury is still out on whether Mahendra Singh Dhoni's much acclaimed finishing powers are on the wane or not but former Australia captain Ian Chappell still considers the World Cup winning former skipper as the "best finisher" in 50-over format.
Dhoni was recently awarded the Man of the series for his match-winning knocks which helped India win their maiden ODI series in Australia. Chappell saluted the former India skipper's nerve and longevity.

Imam, Hafeez steer Pakistan to win over South Africa

Imam-ul-Haq and Mohammad Hafeez set up a five-wicket win for Pakistan in the first one-day international against South Africa at St George's Park on Saturday. The left-handed Imam made a cultured 86 off 101 balls and Hafeez hit an unbeaten 71 off 63 deliveries as Pakistan chased down a target of 267 with five balls to spare.

Kohli is greatest ODI batsman to have played the game: Clarke

That Virat Kohli is destined to be among the pantheons of all-time greats is an oft-repeated assertion but for former Australia captain Michael Clarke, the India skipper is already the greatest ODI batsman to have ever played the game.
Kohli, the World No. 1 Test and ODI batsman, led India through a historic tour of Australia, during which the team won the Test and ODI rubbers and drew the T20I series.
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Ajinkya Rahane, Rishabh Pant to assist India 'A'

Wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant will play two one-dayers while Ajinkya Rahane will lead the India A side in the first three games against England Lions in a home series beginning January 23.
The BCCI senior selection committee on Saturday announced the India A squad for the five one-dayers against the Lions. Pant was dropped from the ODI team for the just-concluded three-match series in Australia but he remains in the reckoning for a World Cup spot following his stellar showing in the Test series.

CK Khanna: Let Hardik Pandya, KL Rahul play while inquiry is on

BCCI acting President C K Khanna Saturday urged the Committee of Administrators (CoA) to lift the suspension on Hardik Pandya and K L Rahul for their much-criticised sexist remarks and refused to convene a Special General Meeting on the matter.
Khanna said calling the SGM to appoint an ombudsman to investigate the two players' conduct, as demanded by Board officials, wouldn't be right as the Supreme Court is due to take up the issue next week.