India's No.4 has to banish self-doubt from his game and remind himself that if he can do it against Steyn, he can get runs in England too
The only West Indian to win Test caps for two nations, Guillen also represented New Zealand and was ...
From the royal slight in 1936 to the great jelly beans pitch invasion of 2011, India’s England ...
Guidance from Pravin Amre, pep talks from VVS Laxman and a clutter-free ...
Kallis had the rare ability to ask himself questions dispassionately, mostly of the risk- versus-reward variety
Defeat in Southampton was the 10th time India had lost an overseas Test immediately after registering victory
Man of the match Anderson brings up a rare bowling century
In the past, the side has often batted long in the fourth innings to win or come away with a draw, as their ten lengthiest chases show
India will need to take remedial measures ahead of the match at Old Trafford regardless of the final result in the third Test against England
With 11 wickets in the series going into the final day of the third Test, the offspinner has more than held his own against some of the best players of spin
Sachin Tendulkar’s brand value has only grown ever since he made his debut in 1989 – a growth that retirement hasn’t impeded
English duo becomes fifth most successful pace bowling combine in Test history
Kohli must play like the cock of the walk
Ashwin’s non-selection is inexplicable
Protest pitch: where do you draw the line?
Nipping the controversy in the bud
A tradition of wrong ’uns
England threw away Test on first day
Lowdown on India’s away Test wins
England beaten at their own game
When India Conquered a Foreign Field
Kartik: The man who didn’t realise how special he was
Another supreme rap for the BCCI
Sachin will always be the ‘Special One’