The Ashwin-Jadeja combine has performed excellently in the World Cup, even though new ODI rules don’t favour tweakers
Muralitharan says that while the batting has fired, the bowlers need to ...
Statistics don’t lie, but they only speak of the past, and England ...
The texture of the trans-Tasman rivalry with New Zealand has changed as ...
Struggling batsmen have left no room for Sarfraz, says captain as concerns mount, but hints at more changes
Mumbai’s innings of ignominy, the peaks hit by Uthappa and Thakur and a throwback to 1995-96
Pakistan captain sticks to formula, even though his men need to learn to convert starts and bat for the modern game
Sri Lanka completed a win against England, but several bowling and fielding holes need urgent plugging
Review: Osman Samiuddin’s ‘The Unquiet Ones’ is a clear, passionate ode to the uniqueness of the country’s cricket
More than two decades later, the image of Jonty Rhodes airborne to break the stumps still remains an indelible World
Doublespeak on the associates’ issue: The ICC must find a way to do what they say they want to do
Despite the high, one must remember that New Zealand have made heavy weather of small chases twice
India spinning adversity into opportunity
Never say die, the Australia way
Pakistan’s best XI eludes Misbah
An insider’s ‘jazba’ for Pakistan cricket
World Cup: Ten days in numbers
Who says one-day cricket is boring?
Onus on captains to outwit opponents
IPL 2015 player auction as it happened
Oh what a tangled web we weave
When India Conquered a Foreign Field
Another supreme rap for the BCCI
Sachin will always be the ‘Special One’