The Indian think tank must select a playing XI which will help the team achieve a result in Dharamsala. Against Australia in Ranchi, India played to a template which had brought […]Read more
Australia tour India for a four-Test series in 2017, which begins on February 23rd and concludes on 29th March, with the venues being Pune, Bangalore, Ranchi, and Dharamsala.
The last time Australia toured India, in 2013, they were whitewashed 4-0 by the Indians, who were then led by MS Dhoni.
The third India vs Australia Test was one for the purists. In Ranchi, the bat didn’t dominate the ball and unlike in Bangalore, the ball wasn’t a grenade which merely […]Read more
Astonishingly, Virat Kohli has never fielded the same playing XI in back-to-back Tests in his tenure as Indian captain so far, comprising 25 Tests. And so, we cannot say for certain […]Read more
February 25th wasn’t long back and on that evening, Australia were on top of the world, following their 333-run win in the first Test against India. They had become the first […]Read more
Only one change has been made to the India squad for the final two Tests against Australia, to be played at the JSCA Stadium in Ranchi and HPCA Stadium in […]Read more
Australia had made a mockery of people’s opinions ahead of the India vs Australia Test series, and more importantly, dented the previously high-flying India’s confidence with a massive 333-run win […]Read more
Only once before had Virat Kohli lost the first Test of a series since being made the official Test captain of India in June 2015. That defeat came on August 15th, […]Read more
An unintimidating, docile and uncharacteristic Australian side led by Steve Smith, had come to India for a four-Test series, which the No. 1-ranked India were overwhelming favourites to win. As […]Read more
Right, the focus now shifts to Test cricket and the 13th Border-Gavaskar Trophy, which will be competed for by India and Australia from 23rd February. The excitement for IPL auction […]Read more
The touring Australia are win-less in 11 Tests on Indian soil, with their last Test win in India coming way back in October 2004. They toured India in 2008 (four-Test […]Read more