Wickets like the one for the third Test might be a lottery, but as a batsman you're not quite doomed from the start | ...
A passive New Zealand batting performance irked coach Gary Stead at Wellington’s Sky Stadium, as his side let a 2-0 series ...
Spooked by events in the last two games, England self-destruct on a decent first-day pitch as India take control.
Kuldeep Yadav's lacklustre display and unique demands of pink-ball Tests may force him out of the playing XI again.
Thanks to a bit of grass, the pitch for the fourth and final Test is likely to hold up for a bit longer than the surfaces did in the preceding two Tests which had led to a lot of debate.
The first day's play in the fourth Test here showed that batting was a bit easier and puffs of dust did not emanate as much ...
India's victory over England in Ahmedabad took just 842 balls, making this the shortest completed Test match since 1934.
Ravichandran Ashwin (24 wickets) and Axar Patel (18) have dominated like nobody else, sharing 42 out of 60 England wickets in ...
Chasing just 157 it got ugly for the beige Black Caps, who were a distant second again in an alarming reversal after wins in ...
Former All Black Israel Dagg made the first break ... mistimed the shot and sent the ball back down the pitch at speed. Dagg made a rapid move to his left, making no mistake in hanging onto ...
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James Anderson struck in the first over to remove Shubman Gill for duck but Rohit Sharma and Cheteshwar Pujara ensured that ...
India v England, third Test. 2pts James Anderson top England first-innings bowler at 5/2 (General) 2pts Ajinkya Rahane to ...