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Workload management key to success for Indian pacers: Bharath Arun

Bharath Arun, the bowling coach of the Indian Cricket team, recently elaborated on how proper management of workload from the Indian fast bowlers have been the reason...

Sri Lankan bowlers said sweat made the ball heavier than saliva did: Mickey Arthur

Source: ESPNCricinfo The Sri Lankan fast bowlers, after practicing for the first time after the lockdown in the country ended, told their coach Mickey Arthur that sweat...

Ricky Ponting was like a father figure to me: Hardik Pandya

In an interview to Cricbuzz, Hardik Pandya talked to Harsha Bhogle about the major influence that former Australian captain and Mumbai Indians coach Ricky Ponting has...

There needs to be some alternative for the bowlers to maintain the Cricket ball: Jasprit Bumrah on saliva ban

Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah had a lengthy conversation with former quicks Ian Bishop and Shaun Pollock in ICC’s new video series, Inside Out. In the...

I do not think I am in contention for a spot in the Indian team for the T20 World Cup: Umesh Yadav

Indian speedster Umesh Yadav feels that it is improbable that he might make it into the team for the T20 World Cup which is scheduled to be held later this year in...

Many thought I would be last person to play for India: Jasprit Bumrah

Jasprit Bumrah has risen rapidly to become one of the leading fast bowlers in the world but he says many thought that he would be the “last person to play for...

5 bowlers capable of stopping Andre Russell in IPL 2020

If there is one player you want to have in a T20 side, it’ll definitely be Andre Russell. The West Indian all-rounder has been around for almost a decade now but the...

India v New Zealand

NZ vs IND, 2nd Test: How New Zealand toppled the number one ranked team

It was a familiar template for the Indian fans, as they were used to waking up early and watch their team crumble in New Zealand and Australia over the years. Déjà vu...

NZ v IND, 1st Test, Day 3: India’s overseas tail tales repeat

From 225/7 to 348 all out. India’s overseas troubles against the lower order continued to grow in the first Test at the Basin Reserve in Wellington. The New Zealand...

Is Jasprit Bumrah a victim of his own excellence or is his form an early sign of his decline?

The last ball of the 47th over of the final ODI between New Zealand and India was a short of length delivery slapped by Colin De Grandhomme towards backward point only...