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1 England need to learn from their mistakes

England wasted many chances in Mohali, more of which they cannot afford if they want to tie the series.

Jay Dansinghani TwitCount
2 South Africa have a proper Test captain again

In Faf du Plessis, the Proteas have finally found a worthy successor to Graeme Smith.

Ben Karpinski TwitCount
3 Virat Kohli's enormous influence on the Indian team

The new Team India is a reflection of Captain Kohli's mindset.

Prasenjit Dey TwitCount
4 Is Gautam Gambhir's time up?

Once a regular of the Indian team, the clock seems to have caught up with Gauti's international career.

Dev Tyagi TwitCount
5 Pakistan: down but not out

Expect a jaded Pakistan to fare better against an underperforming New Zealand in Hamilton.

Jay Dansinghani TwitCount
6 A very English improvement

Advantage and momentum are both in England's favour going into the 2nd Test.

Prasenjit Dey TwitCount
7 A fascinating start

England outplayed India at every point in their first Test, showing great promise.

Jake Perry TwitCount
8 Team India needs to reflect Kohli's attitude

Until the rest of the team adopts Virat Kohli's urge to win, they won't be a world class side.

Talha Ahmad TwitCount
9 Round 1 at Rajkot

England made the moves and India responded: an engrossing start with more interesting battles to come.

Vishwas K TwitCount
10 Root of the English tree

Joe Root is the future of English cricket, and may become one of England's all-time best batsmen.

Venkatesh Govindarajan TwitCount
11 The decline of Australia

Giving those hapless Aussies a good ol'fashioned Aussie sledging before their next defeat.

Jay Dansinghani TwitCount
12 Victorious in Perth

South Africa's 3rd consecutive win at the WACA, and a few other victories against Australia.

Venkatesh Govindarajan TwitCount
13 The perennial search for the Indian all-rounder

Ever since Kapil Dev and Jacques Kallis, India have been searching for a pace-bowling all-rounder.

Rohit Shah TwitCount
14 Cook and Rashid key to England’s chances in India

While Cook's presence is reassuring, Adil Rashid needs to perform for England to have a shot.

Jake Perry TwitCount
15 Can England finally solve their opening batsman conundrum?

Despite the renaissance English cricket has undergone since 2015, one problem still remains for them.

Jake Perry TwitCount
16 India: 5 - England: 0

An inexperienced English squad lacking quality spin will crumble against an in-form India.

Aditya @forwardshortleg TwitCount
17 A moment in the sun for West Indies

The Windies find inspiration in the desert, and with it a rare joy.

Dev Tyagi TwitCount
18 Bangladesh's victory over England shows what's possible

Bangladesh's first Test victory over one of the bigger Test teams shows they deserve more chances.

Jake Perry TwitCount
19 England in a spin

England need to gear up for the spin test in their upcoming tour of India.

Prasenjit Dey TwitCount
20 Aus vs SA Test Series preview

Here’s our preview and SWOT analysis (well, SW anyway) of the upcoming Test series between Australia & South Africa.

Ben Karpinski TwitCount