India v England, 4th Test, Nagpur, 2nd day
India's weaknesses in batting and bowling have been seized on by England by this series, says Geoffrey Boycott
Interviewer: Siddhartha Talya
Melinda Farrell caught up with a few New Zealand players to pick their best match against Australia. The choice was unanimous | Nov 28, 2015
Andrew McGlashan reviews the second T20 match between Pakistan and England, where England overcame their opponents to win the series. | Nov 27, 2015
Mike Brearley discusses comments by Shashank Manohar, BCCI president and ICC chairman, regarding the power structure of the ICC | Nov 27, 2015
Australia fast bowler Peter Siddle on the pink ball, taking his 200th Test wicket, and the spectacle of a day-night Test | Nov 27, 2015
Kumar Sangakkara struck 75, taking Dhaka Dynamites to a 34-run win against Sylhet Superstars in the 12th match of the Bangladesh Premier League | Nov 27, 2015
New Zealand spearhead Trent Boult on playing Test cricket in front of 50,000 spectators, and the difficulties of the pink ball | Nov 27, 2015
Sylhet have been skitled for 132. They slump to their fourth loss in four matches. Back of a length and on off, top-edged into the lap of short third man | Nov 27, 2015
Mustafiz cleans another batsman up. This was speared full, near yorker. Nasum can't keep that out either. The leg stump is rattled. So, Mustafiz ends with a twin-strike in his last over | Nov 27, 2015
Mustafiz tilts the middle stump back. Shahid is gone. Full and straight, Shahid makes room, swings wildly and only meets with thin air. Sylhet are in danger of being rolled over | Nov 27, 2015
Andrew McGlashan reviews the second T20 match between Pakistan and England, where England overcame their opponents to win the series.
Mark Nicholas analyses the first day of the pink ball Test between Australia and New Zealand in Adelaide
Sanjay Manjrekar believes that while India might want another turner, they shouldn't be surprised if Kotla turns out to be the best batti...
R Ashwin is no longer a bowler dependent on pitch assistance as he constantly tries to deceive batsmen, irrespective of where he bowls
While Manjrekar feels Kohli can work on his bowling changes more, he is impressed with the India captain's plans for different batsmen
De Villiers failed to pick Ashwin's carrom ball as his desire to play unorthodox cricket led to his undoing
Sanjay Manjrekar was impressed by the grit shown by Faf du Plessis and Hashim Amla at the crease, as they resisted the Indian spinners fo...
AB de Villiers is the one batsman who should keep looking for runs, and perhaps try things to rattle the spinners, Sanjay Manjrekar thinks
R Ashwin is slower in the air than Ravindra Jadeja, and South Africa's batsmen should hang back and play him off the back foot, Sanjay Ma...