Pakistan should be eyeing a big win, but UAE must believe they have a chance against their below-par opponents
Flowing mane, left-arm over, ferocious on field and gentle off it, ...
Conspiracy theories have started, with talk of fixing, as always, ...
Absence of key players, the fall of the academy system, funds crunch ...
Afghanistan’s maiden World Cup win, Akhtar’s many thoughts and an electric clash of the co-hosts dominate print space
Biomechanics guru expounds on Murali, the 15-degree rule, ICC’s crackdown and the mechanics and remedies of chucking
In what was the most anticipated game of the 2003 World Cup, Sachin Tendulkar starred in a convincing Indian win
Javagal Srinath: As always, India v Pakistan is the game to look forward to at the World Cup
Pakistan’s specialist bowlers might have been international rookies, but they shut all escape routes for Australia
A hot topic of debate helps with the buzz but it often distracts from what a book is actually about
Pietersen, Akhtar and Keane might not strictly write autobiographies, but isn’t that what audiences want?
Allrounder pines for more opportunities with Pakistan but is happy with the path he has chosen for himself
Ajmal suspension drives PCB into proactive mode to avoid further international embarrassment
What Indian cricket – or, more speciﬁcally, Indian batting – now has is a fearlessness that was missing in the Before Tendulkar years
World Cup 2015 will be best remembered for: