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Following India’s appalling series defeat the BCCI has taken a small number of measures. These changes are purely delusional and lack the competence to avoid similar humiliations in the future, writes Darshan Walawalkar.
Glenn McGrath has suggested has suggested that India are likely to cop another 4-0 Test series loss in Australia unless they improve on all aspects of their cricket
What are India likely to do to rectify their batting horrors? Frown, and let it pass
Essex all-rounder admits he expected a positive call 29-year-old still hopes for World Cup place this winterRavi Bopara said he was in shock …
Bimal Mirwani gives his detailed analysis on what went wrong for India during their 3-1 Test series defeat to England, which culminated in a three-day hammering at The Kia Oval.
India’s batsmen have not turned into the world’s worst batsmen overnight – there aren’t many batsmen who would be able to live with James Anderson and Stuart Broad in this form, argues Ayyaz Malik.
The first two Investec Tests were even, but India were swept aside in the last three so thoroughly that the overall series stats look pretty lopsided
Englands captain must be emotionally exhausted after a trying summer but he is unlikely to get a break before the World CupSeven days to plan …
After last week’s edition of Around The Grounds featured clubs and teams battling the weather, this week was a much more sunny affair.
Duncan Fletcher appears sidelined after shake-up Captain facing criticism from former playersIndia have appointed former captain Ravi Shastri as director of cricket for the …
The Indian cricket board (BCCI) have responded to their 3-1 Test series defeat to England by adding Ravi Shastri, Sanjay Bangar, Bharat Aran and R Sridhar to their coaching team for the limited overs series.
The biggest setbacks of India’s debacle in England will be the team’s reluctance to play more five-Test series in the future, and the self-doubt creeping into the minds of the younger players, writes Sriram Veera for the Mumbai Mirror
Following India’s defeat in England, BCCI joint-secretary Anurag Thakur has voiced concern over the performance of the team’s support staff. He said he felt “some introspection” is needed
Nottinghamshire opener in contention to partner Alastair Cook Jimmy Anderson also included in 15-man squadAlex Hales appears set to become captain Alastair Cooks new opening …
Scyld Berry: Bhuvneshwar Kumar leads the way during the 3-1 series defeat in England, but who merits only 2 out of 10?
Team India has lost another Test series overseas. They looked terrible in all departments of the game throughout the series.
India three overs short of target against England Captain fined 60 per cent of match feeIndia have been fined for a slow over-rate during their …
India suffered their third heaviest defeat in Test history losing by 244 runs to England in the 5th and final Investec Test match. Joe Root was adjudged the Man of the Match for his match-winning 149* as India conceded the Test series 3-1 to England.Having weathered a controversial spat with India’s Ravindra Jadeja to take a series haul of 25 wickets at a phenomenal average of 20.60, England’s premier pacer James Anderson was named Man of the Series by coach Duncan Fletcher.
Alastair Cooks fortunes were mixed this summer while Gary Ballance came of age and Ben Stokes fell into the shadows Continue reading… …
Alastair Cook (298 runs at 50; 1 wicket at 6) – The captain-batsman who won the Ashes and the Pataudi Trophy before turning thirty finally turned up to silence the doubters and cement his place in both roles for the foreseeable future. Or did he?
Scyld Berry: England recovered after losing the first Test to win the series impressively 3-1 – but who were the players that performed best