• Dileep Premachandran
  • Dileep Premachandran

    Dileep Premachandran is Editor-in-chief at Wisden India. You can follow him on Twitter  @SpiceBoxofEarth
Vijay owes 'special' knock to lengthy break, clearer mindset

Vijay owes 'special' knock to lengthy break, clearer mindset

The top four understand each other's game very well, says India opener after century stands with Pujara and Kohli read more

Kohli masterclass, Vijay ton hand India lead

Home captain pairs up with lower order to frustrate tiring England and get to 451/7 and read more

For Buttler, familiarity doesn’t breed contempt

Benefitting from exposure to the noise and the chaos of the IPL, England batsman rides on belief read more

Our bowling far better than England's, asserts Parthiv

We don't rely only on pitch, and our batsmen don't have to play over the read more

Vijay, Pujara steady in India’s reply to 400

Kohli’s men finish second day on 146 for 1, after Buttler fifty rallies England lower order and Ashwin takes 23rd five-for

Jet Junior savours surreal, incredible day

Keaton Jennings announces arrival with classy ton on debut, calms dad Ray’s shot nerves

India claw back after Jennings debut ton

Opener joins elite club with assured 112; Ashwin then turns it on to leave England on 288 for 5 at close on day one

Sorry MCC, four-day Tests are not the answer

The game’s longest format just needs better marketing and more equitable distribution in an age when there are fewer draws than ever

Reiffel hit by Bhuvneshwar throw in fourth Test

On-field umpire goes off after being struck on the back of the head by a throw from the boundary; Erasmus takes the field as replacement

We too could do with breaks on tour: Kohli

India skipper wants schedule of this tour to be replicated when his team visits England next – including a 25-day gap between formats

Injuries force late scramble for balance

Rahane ruled out and Shami doubtful as hosts look to seal series; England sweat over Broad’s availability

Keaton Jennings: Embracing England and opportunity

From lessons with father Ray, to moving from South Africa to being on the verge of a Test debut, life has taken Jennings Junior places

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