India v Pakistan, 3rd ODI, Delhi
India captain MS Dhoni talks to the media after India beat Pakistan by a narrow margin in New Delhi on Sunday
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Ajit Agarkar and Stuart MacGill on the five talking points from the second day at the Gabba | Dec 18, 2014
Sturat MacGill believes that R Ashwin is one of India's genuine match-winners | Dec 18, 2014
Ajit Agarkar and Stuart MacGill reflect on Ajinkya Rahane's dropped catch off Mitchell Marsh on the second day at the Gabba | Dec 18, 2014
Melinda Farrell goes around the Gabba asking fans if they think India can fight till the very end of this series | Dec 18, 2014
Stuart MacGill analyses Chris Rogers' half-century on the second day of the Gabba Test against India | Dec 18, 2014
After repeated failures, does Watson still merit a place in the Australian Test team? | Dec 18, 2014
Stuart MacGill and Ajit Agarkar analyse Mitchell Starc's performance in the first innings against India at the Gabba | Dec 18, 2014
Debutant Josh Hazlewood took 5 for 68 in the first innings of the second Test against India in Brisbane | Dec 18, 2014
Ajit Agarkar and Stuart MacGill discuss the injured Michael Clarke's future in ODIs and whether Australia need him for the upcoming World Cup | Dec 18, 2014
Australia physiotherapist Alex Kountouris speaks to the media regarding Michael Clarke's hamstring surgery.
M Vijay says that the hot conditions were more familiar for India, compared to Australia, and he didn't even realise while batting when h...
Darren Lehmann reflects on a disappointing first day for Australia at the Gabba
England captain Alastair Cook says that if he gets dropped from the ODI team, he can't blame the selectors because his performances haven...
India captain MS Dhoni says R Ashwin will bring more depth to the team for the Gabba Test, and that his bowlers will be more effective on...
Steven Smith talks about his batting position and the squad ahead of the Gabba Test, his first as stand-in Australia captain
Alan Gardner and Andrew Fernando look ahead to Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene's last ODIs in Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka batsman Mahela Jayawardene says he's not looking to do anything big in his final ODI on home soil.
England are still looking for the 'complete performance', as they head into the final match of the series.