• Sidhanta Patnaik

    Sidhanta Patnaik is Senior Staff Writer at Wisden India. He tweets @sidhpat.
More buck, more bang for Satterthwaite

More buck, more bang for Satterthwaite

An average of 217 in her last seven ODIs isn't a fluke - financial security from New Zealand Cricket has unlocked her mentally read more

New Zealand, South Africa share points after washout

Match abandoned without a ball bowled due to incessant rain in Derby read more

Level-headed Sciver benefits from varied early experiences

Born in Tokyo and having spent time in Poland and Holland, the Ben Stokes of England Women read more

Sciver, Knight centuries script huge win

Pakistan lose the plot with the ball to concede 377/7 and then get to 107/3 read more

New Zealand primed to continue winning run in Bates’s landmark match

South Africa’s recent wins against an opponent they haven’t had the better of historically will give them confidence

Milestones don’t matter as long as we win: Priest

New Zealand Women wicketkeeper-batter throws light on tango with Bates, on her aggressive approach, and the team’s attacking brand of cricket

England look to switch on after India reversal

Pakistan gave a better account of themselves than expected against South Africa and could be a handful if their batting gets going

South Africa prise open spin stranglehold

Pakistan trigger mid-innings panic but the calm of Ismail denies them a dramatic victory

Ismail, Luus lift South Africa to thrilling win

Pakistan put up 206/8 and reduce the opposition to 177/7 before letting the game get away from them

Women's cricket finds space under DRS umbrella

Available for the ten televisied World Cup games, it may have made the difference for India, and it's a step in the right direction

One match-winning knock won't satisfy Mandhana's craving for runs

Laid low by injury for past five and half months, opener is eager to make a difference in India's World Cup campaign

Mandhana the star, as all-round India begin with stirring win

England Women make a game effort in steep chase, but are eventually bowled out for 246 to fall 35 runs short

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