Abhinav's silly-point stunners erase opening-day blues

Opener missed out with the bat, but showed tremendous character on the field to fashion two wickets out of nowhere

Giant leap for womankind

The World Cup had its share of glitches, but the tournament has brought to light what these talented cricketers are truly capable of

No subtitles, please: Pradeep's delight and Inzamam's quips are lost in translation

A majority of Asian players are less at home in English and more in their mother tongues, but therein lies the charm

If genetics is king, where's Saif Ali Khan the cricketer?

The blatant nepotism in the case of Jaydev Shah shows that variety is the spice of cricket, not genes

Can’t be in a state of transition forever, says Jayasuriya

Former captain explains rationale behind choosing a successor for Angelo Mathews, offers views on where Sri Lanka cricket stands today

Women's cricket is improving exponentially: Blackwell

There's no fun being part of an exceptionally strong team that dominates if the competition doesn't rise, says Australia vice-captain

India romp to 304-run win
India romp to 304-run win

Sri Lanka, batting with only nine men and chasing 550 for victory, collapse for 245 in their second innings

I had a decent day: Abhinav
I had a decent day: Abhinav

Dilruwan Perera: Every day, I try to improve my bating because the team needs runs from me

Obituary: Hanif Mohammed

The legend's death sparked an inevitable discussion about whether he ranked above Miandad, Inzamam and Younis as Pakistan’s greatest batsman.

Twenty-five years of Durham – Tales from the Riverside

Durham's 25th anniversary should be a time to celebrate glorious deeds, but it will also be marked by gloom and a sense of injustice