Following a hard-fought six-wicket win in the Boxing Day test, the Proteas move on to the second Test against Pakistan in Cape Town. ANITHA MADIKIZELA crunched the numbers to see what Newlands might have in store for players and fans.
Indian captain Virat Kohli navigated his way around the selection debate regarding the struggling Indian opening pair and how his side plans to balance the bowling attack for the upcoming Test matches.
Australian captain Tim Paine played down suggestions that the sledging that took place between the teams was inappropriate and heaped praise on his bowlers for securing a win against the top-ranked Test team.
Highlights of the final day of the second Test between Australia and India in Perth as the Aussies romped to an impressive 146-run victory to square up the four-match series 1-1.
Following a brilliant bowling display by Mohammad Shami in the second Test between Australia and India in Perth, Shami defended the sledging the two teams were engaged in as he believes it’s what the fans and pundits like to see.
Josh Hazlewood is confident that the Australian bowling attack will have enough in their arsenal to clean up the remaining five wickets of the Indian batting order and level the Test series 1-1 with a win in Perth.
Watch the highlights of a topsy-turvy day four of the second Test match between Australia and India in Perth, ending with the home team five wickets away from levelling the four-match series 1-1.
Pakistan stamped their dominance over Australia in Abu Dhabi in the second and final Test to secure a 1-0 series win over the Baggy Greens.
Pakistan tightened the screw on the Australians in the second Test as they set the visitors a 538-run target to win after just three days of play.
AB de Villiers rescued a series that was in danger of being spoiled by animosity and crass behaviour with a match-winning hundred at St George’s Park.
Paul Harris says he loves Ottis Gibson’s approach to play four seamers against India.
Lungi Ngidi is the perfect replacement for Dale Steyn in Ottis Gibson’s four-man pace attack.
England were in command early on day one, but Shaun Marsh and Peter Handscomb battled hard to revive Australia’s first innings in Adelaide.
This would have been a coin toss that Faf du Plessis was happy to lose, because he too would have taken the decision to bat first, writes GARY LEMKE.
We take a look at the stats that have made Trent Bridge a happy hunting ground for England in recent years.