Australian cricket is fortunate to have in its stand-in captain a man who forever puts team before self
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Another double delight for Jaggi, Balangir becomes a Ranji Trophy venue, and Aaron makes a comeback in round seven
Courtney Walsh: I have several accolades, but the regret of not wearing a World Cup winner’s medal runs deep
After a fruitless tour so far, practice sessions should be about quality above quantity so the players stay fresh
The 2005 Ashes promised to be different, but a divorce meant Daniel Harris was missing the finale
Inzamam-ul-Haq: People need to realise it’s difficult for players too to swallow losses like 1999 World Cup final
Players won’t see the error of their ways when the system disciplining them is so obviously wonky
When the opposition is coming at you and there is a lot of noise, that’s the easier part,” says star opening batsman
The Indian opener is sorely missing big scores and time in the middle; the team must take a call on him soon
Bailey and selection: “A really basic equation”
A 25-ball ton? Just around the corner
Dress rehearsal for the World Cup
Fatigue a concern for tri-series teams
Send-offs haven’t quite left the building
Dhoni – a battler, an enigma
A tragedy, scandals galore, and sizzling action
Oh what a tangled web we weave
Cricket should pay homage to gallant Hughes
When India Conquered a Foreign Field
Another supreme rap for the BCCI
Sachin will always be the ‘Special One’