Sachin Tendulkar leads Indian cricket fraternity in mourning death of Abdul Qadir
Tendulkar, who as a 16-year-old had played many attacking shots against Qadir during an exhibition match, described him as one of the best spinners of his times.
Jacques Kallis knows why Proteas floundering against Indian wrist spin magic
For someone, who faced Shane Warne and Anil Kumble at their prim...
India look to try more combinations to prepare for the T20 World Cup
It is an interesting time for Kohli to miss out. One, it allows him an i...
In a spin: Who is India’s No. 1 spinner in Tests
Jadeja, Ashwin or Kuldeep ?
Kuldeep and Chahal form an awe-inspiring pairing that has left opposition batsmen in a fix
At first, it might seem as mindless, haphazard experimentation. While India didn’t know (and to some degree still don’t) what they were looking for as concerns pacers, they knew very well as concerns the spin department.
Difference in conditions is the biggest challenge for any bowler in this World Cup: Trent Boult
“To some extent, the ball is swinging more this time around (as compared to the 2017 Champions Trophy). But there has to be some difference from T20 cricket where batsmen are hitting out all the time.”
ICC Rankings: Kohli, Bumrah remain on top of ODI table
In the overall team rankings, India with 121 points, remained second behind England with 126 points.
Indian players are used to playing under pressure: Sourav Ganguly
Former India captain Sourav Ganguly opens up on India's chances at the upcoming World Cup.
India look for fringe benefits against Australia in final series before World Cup
The team is slowly moving into the World Cup mode and even a 0-2 loss in the just-concluded T20 series won’t see any shift in plans.
Kuldeep Yadav - Yuzvendra Chahal combo passes overseas test but bigger challenges await
In the last six months, Chahal-Yadav combo has bamboozled West Indies, Sri Lanka (twice), Australia and New Zealand, picking up 43 wickets in 19 ODIs (between them).
India chase overseas success and Australia a new beginning
Speaking of India’s poor batting form on the tours of England and South Africa is an obvious choice. Or of their reliance on Virat Kohli. It’s simple, you want to tell him – back your bowlers and pray Kohli has a quiet tour.
Lord’s of Questions: India head to the mecca of cricket in search of answers
Two days before the game, there was healthy amount of grass on the Lord’s pitch. It is expected that the groundsmen will shave a few bits off before the first ball.
Kedar Jadhav, Shardul Thakur make comeback for ODI series in South Africa
While Virat Kohli comes back as the captain, paceman Mohammed Shami also figured in the ODI squad, in which most of the current limited overs regulars were automatic picks.
From refugee camp to Test arena: Afghanistan’s tough journey to cricket’s zenith
As much as it will be an end of Afghanistan’s tough journey to cricket’s zenith, Thursday will also be a start of new life as a Test playing nation.
Indore T20I: India aim to wrap up series to extend home dominance
India have their experienced players, including Virat kohli, rested in the series and are batting on young players like KL Rahul, Shreyas Iyer and others
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