India’s upcoming World Test Championship final against New Zealand will be their biggest-ever game, coach Ravi Shastri said on Wednesday as the team set off for an extended England tour.
The Indian Premier League organisers will forever be remembered for putting profits ahead of people, while the players who stayed and played while thousands died and hundreds of thousands were infected daily will be judged by history, writes RYAN VREDE.
As the humanitarian crisis in India deepens, so does the desperation of the organisers and franchise owners to plaster over their moral bankruptcy. This while the spineless ICC says nothing, writes RYAN VREDE.
India wrapped up another series win over England on Sunday with a nail-biting seven-run victory in the third and final ODI in Pune.
Jonny Bairstow smashed a brilliant 124 and Ben Stokes made 99 as England beat India by six wickets in the second ODI in Pune on Friday.
Follow the live action from Pune where India take on England in the second ODI.
Debutant Krunal Pandya and English bowler Tom Curran were seen having a go at each other in Tuesday’s first ODI with the Indian all-rounder clearly upset. Watch the incident here.
Krunal Pandya and Prasidh Krishna delivered stellar debut performances as India beat England by 66 runs in the first ODI in Pune on Tuesday.
Follow the live action from Pune where India take on England in the first of three ODIs.
Virat Kohli highlighted one of cricket’s greatest threats when he called for players to be consulted on scheduling during the pandemic. Bubble life has the potential to break cricketers and end careers, writes RYAN VREDE.
The England trio of Jofra Archer, Joe Root and Chris Woakes will be unavailable for the upcoming ODI series against India, starting on Tuesday.
Suryakumar Yadav hit 57 and Shardul Thakur took three wickets as India secured an eight-run win over England on Thursday, levelling the series at 2-2.
Match-fixing had disappeared from cricket’s consciousness until a UAE duo were pinned for it this week. It’s a reminder that this scourge continues to be one of the game’s greatest threats.
Mark Wood took three wickets and Jos Buttler struck an unbeaten 83 as England claimed a commanding eight-wicket victory over India in the third T20I on Tuesday.
In the wake of the two-day Test pitch in Ahmedabad being deemed ‘average’ by the International Cricket Council, one has to examine why England and their friends in the media can’t let go of a game and a series in which they simply failed to match India.