Brad Haddin helps Peter Nevill with his wicketkeeping drills

Two sides to the Haddin case

For all the emotion tied to his family situation and the depth of his contribution to the Test side, he was seriously out of form with the bat

Mitchell Johnson bounces Wriddhiman Saha

A Test match for the ages

The Adelaide Test was pulsating, dramatic and poignant, and threw up questions about India's captaincy, and the absence of the DRS

India in England 2014

'Ravindra played like a Jadeja'

Osman Samiuddin, in his column for the National, sympathises with Prior and says that his lack of wicketkeeping form could be eating into his confidence as a batsman

Brad Haddin was quickly back into form

The comfort Haddin brings

A year ago if he had announced his retirement, it would have raised few eyebrows; had he done so after the latest Ashes, it would have been wrenching

County cricket 2013

Is Bates v Wheater really worth the grumbles?

Hampshire's batting started well this season, but the double collapse Essex raised old concerns and showed why the signing of Adam Wheater is not the damning offence it has been out to be

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The era of batsmen-wicketkeepers

S Ram Mahesh, writing in the Sportstar, explores the phenomenon whereby the preference is for wicketkeepers who can contribute with the bat