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India's need for change cannot be ignored

Sep 10, 2007: India's rebuilding process will entail a few defeats along the way but it's the only way that the batch of 2011 are going to compete against the rest

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

The art of Ramesh Powar

Slow burner

Sep 7, 2007: In an age obsessed with speed, Ramesh Powar is charmingly headed the other way. Siddhartha Vaidyanathan met him

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

The Friday Column

How important is the No. 7 batsman?

Sep 7, 2007: The sixth ODI between England and India at The Oval underscored the value of the No. 7 batsman. The Numbers Game looks at the best in the trade

S Rajesh

Top Performer - Yuvraj Singh

Happy return

Sep 4, 2007: After a not-quite-purple patch, Yuvraj Singh is back, and how. By Jamie Alter

Jamie Alter

India in England, 2007

Walking wounded still have scope to run

Sep 3, 2007: Siddhartha Vaidyanathan chalks out some patterns to India's performance in the ODI series against England so far

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan at Headingley

The Friday Column

England's problems against spin bowling

Aug 31, 2007: Playing reasonably good spin bowlers against England is always an advantage. The Numbers Game explains why

S Rajesh

England v India, NatWest series

If it ain't fixed, go for broke

Aug 28, 2007: Siddhartha Vaidyanathan believes it's time for India to think out of the box in their batting to keep alive the ODI series against England

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

England v India, 3rd ODI, Edgbaston

Can't catch, can't field

Aug 27, 2007: India's fielding fell to pieces at the Rose Bowl, splintered to bits at Bristol before grinding to powder here at Edgbaston

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan at Edgbaston

Meeting Ganguly

Coffee with Maharaj

Aug 24, 2007: From black sheep to main man, Sourav Ganguly has come a fair distance over a year. Siddhartha Vaidyanathan met him in Bristol

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

The Friday Column

Bell blossoms, and India's no-ball worries

Aug 24, 2007: Ian Bell's outstanding innings at Southampton against India suggests England might have found a stable No. 3batsman in ODIs

S Rajesh

England v India, 1st ODI, Southampton

Cricket needs its characters

Aug 21, 2007: Nagraj Gollapudi chats up with Phil Tufnell

Nagraj Gollapudi at the Rose Bowl

Two triumphs and a royal assault

Aug 20, 2007: Looking back to two legendary Indian ODI wins in England, and a 1984 classic

Dileep Premachandran

To coach or not to coach

Room at the top

Aug 20, 2007: Their recent run of success shouldn't obscure the fact that India require a head coach - and soon, writes Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

England v India, NatWest Series

Broad focuses on all-round role

Aug 20, 2007: When Stuart Broad was left out of the England team for the final Test at The Oval he had little time to ponder the disappointment

Andrew McGlashan

Good teams, good pitches, good cricket

Aug 18, 2007: Swing bowlers and wrist spinners are two of the most important attacking weapons in the game of cricket and both need to be encouraged

Ian Chappell

The Friday Column

Left-armers on the rise, and England's best batting pair

Aug 17, 2007: The increasing success of left-arm pace bowlers, and England's best batting partnership

S Rajesh

Scotland v India, One-off ODI, Glasgow

Babies' day out

Aug 16, 2007: India did well to overcome the tough conditions to finish with a crushing win. It was Dravid who struck the winning runs but the youngsters around him can take heart from a satisfying day out

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan in Glasgow

Bob Taylor on wicketkeeping

'Teams are investing too much in batsman-keepers'

Aug 16, 2007: Former England keeper Bob Taylor talks about just where the likes of Matt Prior are going wrong, and the art of wicketkeeping in general

Nagraj Gollapudi

Matt Prior isn't as bad as he is made out to be

Sympathy for the devil

Aug 15, 2007: Aakash Chopra on the difficulty of making adjustments to your game during a series. Case in point: Matt Prior

Aakash Chopra

Series review: England v India, 2007

Away advantage

Aug 14, 2007: India made better use of the English conditions than England, and their victory was richly deserved. Sambit Bal celebrates a fine Test series

Sambit Bal
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Tour Results
England v India at Lord's - Sep 8, 2007
England won by 7 wickets (with 82 balls remaining)
England v India at The Oval - Sep 5, 2007
India won by 2 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)
England v India at Leeds - Sep 2, 2007
India won by 38 runs (D/L method)
England v India at Manchester - Aug 30, 2007
England won by 3 wickets (with 12 balls remaining)
England v India at Birmingham - Aug 27, 2007
England won by 42 runs
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