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  • Dileep Premachandran
  • Dileep Premachandran

    Dileep Premachandran is Editor-in-chief at Wisden India. You can follow him on Twitter  @SpiceBoxofEarth
All set for fresh chapter in fascinating rivalry

All set for fresh chapter in fascinating rivalry

India’s landmark 21st century moments have been against Australia; for the visitors this has been a worthy Final Frontier read more

Hazlewood recalibrates radar for India Tests

Pacer doesn’t expect much help from surfaces, but has worked on adapting to conditions that are read more

Kumble pleased with India’s answers to all questions

Coach takes pride in how team has played across different conditions, but says slate will be wiped read more

Lyon hopes to rediscover roar in India

Better off for the 2013 experience, offspinner tries to draw lessons from watching Ashwin unfurl his bag read more

16 years on, Pandya and the embrace of greatness

In 2001, against Steve Waugh’s Australians in a warm-up game, it was VVS Laxman’s India A that set in motion the events of the decade that followed

Can Bangladesh be India’s ‘noisy’ neighbour?

The rivalry against Pakistan is too intermittent, that against Sri Lanka has never quickened the pulse – the Tigers are the best bet to fill the breach

Perth hundred lifted me, I started recognising myself: Tendulkar

Exactly 25 years to the day since that mesmeric 114, maestro skips down memory lane and relives the innings that changed his thinking

Don’t make players beasts of burden – keep cricket schedules sane

Administrators the world over need to standardise cricket schedules so that the lopsided seasons India and Australia have aren’t repeated

When Yuvraj is in flow, all’s right with the world

Under-19 champion to young achiever, party boy to World Cup winner, from cancer survivor to Redemption Man, it has been a life less ordinary

De Villiers has earned the right to choose his exits

With few peaks left to scale in Test cricket, and the World Cup a burning ambition, the South African stalwart’s focus on 2019 is not misplaced

Panesar, Sriram aren't wizards, but they have wisdom to offer

It may not change the scoreline in Australia's tour of India, but the duo can point out pitfalls to avoid and provide guidance

Kohli, Kane and fear as an illusion

For those at the peak of their athletic prowess, the world is limitless – as the Indian and New Zealand skippers showed within a 24-hour period

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