• Dileep Premachandran
  • Dileep Premachandran

    Dileep Premachandran is Editor-in-chief at Wisden India. You can follow him on Twitter  @SpiceBoxofEarth
Inchmore’s loins, King Viv and Kohli

Inchmore’s loins, King Viv and Kohli

More than three decades on from the start of the Blackwash, Kohli’s batting is reminiscent of the master intimidator read more

Tony Cozier: The consummate allrounder

He was the custodian of a unique cricketing culture, not just the voice of Caribbean cricket read more

Zaheer and Dravid – a long way from that Delhi dressing down

Daredevils' captain this season has put in the hard yards and grown in maturity from the struggling, read more

Sex, lies and no spirit

Tino Best’s autobiography, with its emphasis on off-field numbers, is testament to the decline of read more

BCCI’s image in the western world is absolutely wrong: Shastri

No need for a players’ association; a three-man committee to interact between board and players is enough, says former Team Director

“When the moment is important, Ravi Shastri is the last one to back away”

Even as the BCCI search for a new coach, the former Team Director says his hat is very much in the ring

Kohli has the same mindset Richards did – Ravi Shastri

It was all very individual – not a team-first attitude, says the former Indian Team Director about the squad he took charge of

The summer of Dilip Vengsarkar

Indian cricket’s Colonel, who always disliked that description, turns 60 today

Taylor wants triumph to be stepping stone to greater things

Both Hayley Matthews and her captain credit WBBL for helping their growth as players

Taylor, Matthews script history as West Indies Women lift maiden title

Lanning, Villani fifties take Australia to 148 for 5, but Caribbean side chase it down with eight wickets to spare

Australia Women hungry for fourth straight title 

Their star allrounders and flexibility hold West Indies Women in good stead as they aim to keep nerves of first final in check

Kohli's run-monument surrounded by mediocrity

India’s superior rotation of strike meant little on Thursday night because West Indies released pressure almost at will with big hits

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