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1 When cleaning up the tail, there's no substitute for pace

As India learned in the first Test against South Africa, the faster you bowl, the easier it is to go through the lower order.

Daniel Gallan TwitCount
2 Rahane is the key to success in South Africa

To break their jinx in South Africa, India need their own "Jinx" in the next Test.

Sakshi Gupta TwitCount
3 An interview with RCB star Sarfaraz Khan

Sarfaraz Khan, of Royal Challengers Bangalore fame, talks about injury, RCB and the Under 19 World Cup.

Umaima Saeed TwitCount
4 Reflections on India's 1st Test

Taking some Good Hope from the Cape, before moving northwards to face South Africa at Centurion.

Venkatesh Govindarajan TwitCount
5 Steve Smith and his pace attack

Unlocking the keys to Australia's comprehensive victory over England in the 2017/18 Ashes.

James Roy TwitCount
6 The story of Avesh Khan

From Indore to India, Avesh Khan has gone from teenage star fast bowler to possibly the future of Indian pace bowling.

Amey Oke TwitCount
7 Where Joe Root falls behind Smith & Kohli

England captain Joe Root is an excellent batsman, but he has not been converting his good starts into good scores.

Akash Fotedar TwitCount
8 India squander golden opportunity

India had a rare chance to create history against South Africa, but were undone by poor selection and their 1st innings performance.

Akash Fotedar TwitCount
9 Can Pakistan remain consistent for once?

After a year of almost unprecedented success in limited overs cricket, can Pakistan overcome their own demons to fight back against New Zealand?

Sakshi Gupta TwitCount
10 Rohit Sharma: Needed in all 3 formats

With a number of strong recent performances, Rohit makes his case for fulfilling his potential in all formats of the game.

Venkatesh Govindarajan TwitCount
11 South Africa need to be careful in search of revenge

The Proteas' plan of preparing seam-friendly pitches could backfire, as it has in the past.

Daniel Gallan TwitCount
12 5 things India need to do to win against South Africa

The Proteas are formidable at home, but this Indian side is on a roll and has the potential to beat the hosts.

Ravi Venkat TwitCount
13 India's best chance in South Africa

Virat Kohli's team has the options to offer the best chance of finally defeating the Proteas at home.

Sandipan Banerjee TwitCount
14 2017 Best Test XI

In a year of exciting Test cricket, here are the eleven best players in a world-beating team.

Bhavesh Bhimani TwitCount
15 6 most underrated performances of 2017

There have been many celebrated innings across all formats, but some gems have been overlooked.

Bhavesh Bhimani TwitCount
16 One small step for Vidarbha

In their first Ranji Trophy final, Vidarbha need to win it for Nagpur and all the other smaller Ranji sides.

Sakshi Gupta TwitCount
17 England's bowling woes worsen

Out-paced, out-thought and out-played, England have still not been bowling to their strengths in Australia.

Akash Fotedar TwitCount
18 Four day Tests

In the long run, shortening the longest format may be vital to preserving it from extinction.

Bhavesh Bhimani TwitCount
19 Ranji Trophy special: An Interview with Himmat Singh

The 21 year old batsman from Delhi, who has made his Ranji debut this season, talks about his goals and history.

Amey Oke TwitCount
20 Why England are 0-2 down in the Ashes

Australia have taken every chance, outscored and outbowled England, and have shown more initiative.

Ravi Venkat TwitCount