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

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 read more

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; read more

Shakib, greatness and the Bangladesh cross

He’s indisputably his country’s greatest ever, but the allrounder’s feats aren’t always lauded read more

The chink in Mumbai's Ranji armour, and why it doesn't matter

Spin isn't their strongest suit nor was it for the all-conquering West Indies teams of read more

Awayitis isn’t only Pakistan’s problem – but poor fitness is on them

When Australia were thrashed in Sri Lanka and England undone in India, the gulf between home and away sides was just as stark

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 cricket fan get any sort of closure

Yuvraj or Misbah, the one number that shouldn’t count

In a young man’s game, the veterans have less room to fail, but it would be unwise and unfair to write them off

Kumble to Dhoni to Kohli: Using thorns as stepping stones

The legendary legspinner led the Indian team for less than a year, but it was a period of consolidation, with an eye on the long-term gains

Dhoni's captaincy stamp, in sun and shadow

The sense of calm in India’s most successful skipper was both his greatest strength and a cross to bear

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

Riding the roller-coaster with Bangladesh, Pakistan

As frustrating as they are fascinating, these two Asian nations ensure that there is never a dull moment on the cricket field

Three cheers for King Kohli, triple-ton for Commoner Karun

One of the strongest indicators of how well India did in 2016 was how little murmur there was about Dhoni, the Test player

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