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Australia v India

1st Test, Adelaide

Australia's tail makes India sweat for famous win

Australia's lower order conjured up thoughts of a remarkable victory but Jasprit Bumrah steered India into the series lead

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Monga: Kohli takes conservative route to victory

The India captain prized 'control' the most on the final day in Adelaide, and his bowlers delivered that for him

Kohli reveals how the no-balls 'pissed off' Ishant

While most of the Indian team joyfully celebrated their victory over Australia, Ishant Sharma was visibly upset with the five no-balls he bowled

Key moments: Pujara's Starc lesson, Australia's first-innings fail

The Match Day experts on what defined the Adelaide Test

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Laxman: Both bowling units fantastic, the batting will decide series

VVS Laxman feels that both teams have a comparable bowling attack, so it will be the batting that sets the sides apart

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A bush lunch in Kangaroo Island

A lunch like no other, and spectacular naturals wonders to go with it

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'We've got a lot of faith in our lower order' - Paine

Australia captain is confident that they can make a comeback in Perth

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'Our bowlers are fitter and faster' - Virat Kohli

India captain Virat Kohli lauds his team after their victory in the opening Test against Australia, and says they won't let up the intensity going forward

2:42

VVS Laxman: 'Pujara would have inspired his team-mates'

VVS Laxman feels that Cheteshwar Pujara's outstanding batting in both innings helped lift India's overall spirits

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Laxman: India's wicket-taking fast bowlers making a difference

VVS Laxman believes that India's current pace attack is potent because of the work put into strength and conditioning

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'Pujara showed a lot of resilience' - Bangar

Sanjay Bangar talks about India's lower-order slump, Pujara's milestones and what Murali Vijay brings to the team

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Finch pairs and Marsh jokes

The best of social-media chatter from day 4 of the Adelaide Test

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Fab Four: Players to watch out for on day five

Who will define how the Adelaide Test pans out on day five? Our Match Day experts make their picks

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Gautam Gambhir

Exclusive interview

'I could not smile more because nothing came easy to me'

Gautam Gambhir speaks to ESPNcricinfo about his 'two faces', his on-field confrontations, and the pressure of an IPL price tag, among other things

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'Azhar's name clearly mentioned in anti-corruption meetings'

Gautam Gambhir also speaks about the contentious opener-rotation policy during the 2011-12 ODI tri-series in Australia

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Australia v India

1st Test, Adelaide

Brettig: A genuine fight, but more pain for Australia

Australia batted more balls in this Test than India, a simple but clear indicator that they really did try their very hardest in the face of big challenges

Paine adamant about finger, less sure on DRS

The Australia captain insisted there was no damage after he took a blow while batting and also offered support to Mitchell Starc ahead of the Perth Test

'We've got a lot of faith in our lower order' - Paine

Australia captain is confident that they can make a comeback in Perth

1:43

'Our bowlers are fitter and faster' - Virat Kohli

India captain Virat Kohli lauds his team after their victory in the opening Test against Australia, and says they won't let up the intensity going forward

2:42

VVS Laxman: 'Pujara would have inspired his team-mates'

VVS Laxman feels that Cheteshwar Pujara's outstanding batting in both innings helped lift India's overall spirits

3:06

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Australia v India

Test series

Mitchell Marsh admits omission brings vice-captain uncertainty

The allrounder made 21 and 11 after returning to the Sheffield Shield and appears unlikely to play the second Test against India

Coin toss becomes bat flip

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No more 'heads or tails'...welcome to 'hills' or 'flats' in the Big Bash

The coin toss has been replaced by the bat flip, with the winner of the call begin decided by which side up the cricket bat lands

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2nd ODI, Mirpur

Bangladesh's famous five set to complete a special century

Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, Tamim Iqbal, Mashrafe Mortaza and Mahmudullah are on the brink of playing their 100th international match as a quintet

Bangladesh eye finishing blow over collapsible WI

The home side will be hopeful of securing a series win with one ODI to spare in Dhaka on Tuesday

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