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Have the new rules made ODIs an unequal contest?
The India-Australia ODI series was a relentless run-fest, but the overall run rates haven't changed much since the new rules came along
What if Sachin pulls a hamstring in Kolkata?
The Confectionery Stall's advanced-level cricket examination goes boldly where no cricket quiz has done
- Have the new rules made ODIs an unequal contest?
- What if Sachin pulls a hamstring in Kolkata?
- Acts of callousness degrade India-Australia series
- 107 sixes, 345 fours, nine hundreds
Acts of callousness degrade India-Australia series
107 sixes, 345 fours, nine hundreds
Stats highlights from a relentless run-fest between India and Australia
Jadeja fined for Watson send-off
India allrounder Ravindra Jadeja has been fined 10% of his match fee for using offensive language against Shane Watson, after the Australia batsman was dismissed during the final ODI in Bangalore
A run glut like never before
With 3596 runs scored in 11 innings over six India-Australia ODIs, the time has come to revisit the imbalance between bat and ball
Rohit Sharma's 209-run blitz helps India beat Australia, take series
Rohit Sharma's plundered a mammoth 209 runs from158 balls to help India beat Australia by 57 runs to take the ODI series 3-2 in Bangalore on Saturday.
India v Australia - turning points
Turning points from the seventh ODI between India and Australia played in Bangalore on Saturday.
Is George Bailey a Test No. 6?
He has had a fine run in India, but swatting full tosses out of Nagpur is no indication of a batsman's ability to see off James Anderson's outswingers in Brisbane
'Probably the best I have played' - Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma has said his double-century in Bangalore is "probably" the best he has played
Rohit takes strides towards consistency
Since moving to the top of the order, Rohit Sharma has become a more reliable cog in India's one-day set up, and that was on show in this series
Dhawan mocks injured Watson
Plays of the day from the seventh ODI between India and Australia in Bangalore
Is any total safe anymore?
Scoring at more than six runs per over no longer comes fraught with huge risk and considerable damage
Thirty-six balls, 115 runs
Stats highlights from an incredible one-day international in Bangalore
Injury scare for Shane Watson
Shane Watson has sent a major scare through Australia's Ashes planners only 19 days away from the first Test in Brisbane by pulling up with a hamstring injury during the final ODI against India in Bangalore
Kohli says proper technique behind his quickfire tons
Virat Kohli has said his two manic centuries within 13 days of each other - off 52 and 61 balls - were a result not of brute force but his solid technique
Gavaskar expects Kohli to surpass Tendulkar in ODIs
At the rate Virat Kohli is scoring ODI centuries, he is likely to go past Sachin Tendulkar's record 49 hundreds, believes Sunil Gavaskar
Bailey v Swann?
It just might be one of the contests to watch in the Australian summer
India edge sixathon with Rohit Sharma's 209
It is an indictment of how skewed the contest between bat and ball has become that for 2961 ODIs, no batsman broke the 200-run barrier and now three have done it in the last 467 matches
Johnson released from India tour for Ashes prep
Mitchell Johnson, the Australia fast bowler, has been released from the limited-overs tour of India and will return home to prepare for the Ashes, which starts on November 21.
Kohli smashes 61-ball ton to help India win sixth ODI
Virat Kohli's 61-ball century helped India convincingly beat Australia, by six wickets, despite the tourists setting a mammoth 351-run target in the sixth ODI played in Nagpur on Wednesday
India v Australia - turning points
Turning points from the sixth ODI between India and Australia played in Nagpur on Wednesday.
The champion of the chase
Virat Kohli's phenomenal success in ODI chases is largely due to his ability to play percentage cricket at a frenetic pace. He hit only one six in his 115 off 66 balls in Nagpur
Jadeja's no-balls, and Finch's hoick
ESPNcricinfo presents the Plays of the Day from the sixth ODI between India and Australia
Better off using bowling machines - Dhoni
While India's chase of 351 against Australia in Nagpur on Wednesday helped them draw level in the series with one to play, it left captain MS Dhoni questioning the new ODI rules once again