• Saurabh Somani
  • Saurabh Somani

    Saurabh Somani is Assistant Editor at Wisden India. You can follow him on twitter @saurabh_42
Kohli is full of masterclasses, on and off the park

Kohli is full of masterclasses, on and off the park

With punishing bat and articulate tongue, India’s captain is going where few men have gone before; where he will end up is anybody’s read more

Shakib, Mushfiqur shatter Bangladesh records

Allrounder hits highest individual score for country, while the partnership of 359 is also the best ever read more

Does Dhoni owe an explanation? Yes and no

It’s his call, but the vanishing act – again! – from the former captain hardly helps the Indian read more

India A v England XI warm-ups: Five things to watch out for

Dhoni as skipper for one last time, the return of Yuvraj and Nehra, and India’s next read more

The magic of 11 – the Gujarat Ranji story

Driven to the final by friendship, self-belief and a plan to bat big, Partiv’s men are backing themselves to bury their Mumbai bogey

Jaggi-Kishan: Jharkhand's trusted jugalbandi

They've forged significant partnerships this Ranji season, but their bond off the field is possibly even more entertaining

Keeping diaries, hoarding books, and topping Ranji run charts: All in a season's work for Panchal

The Gujarat opener who once had trouble stringing sentences together is stringing centuries and making everyone take note

A typical Dhoni bombshell between FIFA and free hits

India’s white-ball captain’s decision to leave the role takes his Jharkhand teammates by surprise as well

Bumrah, RP Singh wreck Jharkhand, take Gujarat to Ranji final

They scalp nine wickets between them to set up 123-run win over Jharkhand, who collapse in chase of 235

Learning from Dhoni, competing with Tiwary, Jaggi keeps the Jharkhand dream alive

Second best knock after the century in the 2012-13 Duleep Trophy final, says batsman after his 129 helped his team take lead over Gujarat

Jharkhand hold aces after Jaggi-Nadeem show

First-time semifinalists end first-innings exchanges 18 runs ahead before left-arm spinner picks up three to leave Gujarat at 100/4

The cozy comforts of a domestic game

Other events might have relegated the Ishans and the Ishanks to the background, but nothing can take away the intimacy of a first-class fixture

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