Indian bowlers might have come under severe criticism for their below-par show in the recent Test series in Australia but head coach Duncan Fletcher has defended them, saying that the thrashing they got from the home side batsmen was due to inexperience of some of them
Coming down heavily on the Indian bowling attack, Sunil Gavaskar on Saturday said that it's time "we (India) look for a fresh set of bowlers" in the Test ranks to ensure better showing in overseas conditions
In the past 13 Tests, Ajinkya Rahane has established his reputation around the world as a free-flowing strokemaker. On Day Five of the Sydney Test, Rahane showcased the grit, compactness and mental toughness needed to elevate him into the next level of batting
As Australia go into the final day's play with a 348-run lead and four wickets in hand, the least India's batsmen can now do is draw the Sydney Test. Here's a list of the five men on whose shoulders rest a billion hopes...
India batsman Rohit Sharma wasted a good opportunity to get his first overseas Test century when he decided to sweep Australia's Nathan Lyon on Day Three of the fourth and final Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground yesterday
Australian coach Darren Lehmann said he is disappointed with the fielding efforts put in by his team in the last two matches after skipper Steve Smith yesterday dropped two crucial catches to let India off the hook on the third day of the final cricket Test here
Youngster Lokesh Rahul became the talk of the town after he scored his maiden century, playing only his second Test, on day three of the fourth Test against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) here Thursday
India's new Test skipper Virat Kohli's captaincy came under the scanner with former Australian captain Ian Chappell and injured regular skipper Michael Clarke criticising his decisions during the second day of the fourth Test at Sydney on Wednesday