India's coaching saga
Sep 21, 2007: India have a new captain for the seven-match home ODI series against Australia, but they are "extremely unlikely" to have a new coach by then
India's hunt for a coach
Aug 28, 2007: Officially, unofficially and even through unauthorised personnel the Indian board has received nine applications for the post of coach
Former SA captain contacted BCCI through a senior India player
Jul 11, 2007: Kepler Wessels, the former South Africa captain, is believed to have expressed his interest in the job of India coach
BCCI re-starts coach hunt
Jun 29, 2007: The Indian board has re-started its attempts to hunt for a coach for the team according to a report in The Times of India
Australians leading the race to replace Moody
Jun 10, 2007: Sri Lanka will not rush to appoint a successor to Tom Moody as coach
New South Wales and Queensland coaches approached
Jun 6, 2007: Trevor Bayliss will be interviewed by Sri Lanka next week as a potential replacement for Tom Moody as the country's head coach. Bayliss is competing with at least one other Australian, Terry Oliver, who is in charge of the Queensland team
Victoria v Queensland, Pura Cup, Melbourne
Nov 10, 2003: Few Australian first-class matches would test players' commitment to the new Spirit of Cricket code more than Victoria v Queensland.
Apr 15, 2003: Queensland Cricket today announced the re-appointment of XXXX QueenslandBulls coach Terry Oliver for a further two years.
Apr 10, 2002: Queensland assistant coach Terry Oliver was today named to take on the XXXX Bulls coaching job in place of Bennett King.
Apr 10, 2002: Queensland has continued the trend of appointing home-grown identities to its on and off field leadership positions by naming Terry Oliver as its new senior coach in Brisbane today.
After spending 15 years in the domestic circuit, Naman Ojha is expected to make his Test debut in the third match, for which, he says, he is not facing additional pressure because of the long wait
After a ten-month free-fall, Cheteshwar Pujara will turn out for India once again at the traditional batting paradise that is the SSC. Can he make it count?
For the fifth time in the last year and a half, India had their opponents five down for less than 100 only to let the lower order off the hook
There are more frequent tours, better technology, and easier pitches today than before. So why do teams struggle to win away from home more than they did in the past?
Eleven things the series has brought to light about Cook and Co
Every time the bowlers have earned Sri Lanka a slim advantage during this series, the batsmen have found ways to let them down, at the crease and in the field