BCCI Make Move For Rahul Dravid As Mentor

Reports suggest the Indian cricket board (BCCI) is trying to persuade cricket legend Rahul Dravid to take up a permanent position as mentor for the Indian cricket team.
23 August 2014

Indians Too Strong For Middlesex

India renewed their love affair with Lord's by hammering Middlesex by 95 runs - the same margin by which they won the Test there earlier this summer - in a one-day tour game.
22 August 2014

Edwards, Knight Help England Win Opener

A dynamic 110-run opening partnership between Charlotte Edwards and Heather Knight put England Women on course for a 42-run win over India Women in the first One-Day International in Scarborough.
21 August 2014

Farokh Engineer On Coaching - Then And Now - Cricket World TV

In the week that India reacted to their Test series defeat to England by shaking up their coaching staff, Lycamobile ambassador Farokh Engineer remembers a time when there were 'no recognised coaches'.
21 August 2014

Comment - Superficial Changes Will Not Resolve Indian Cricket's Troubles

Following India's appalling series defeat the BCCI has taken a small number of measures. These changes are purely delusional and lack the competence to avoid similar humiliations in the future, writes Darshan Walawalkar.
20 August 2014

Pujara Gets BCCI Nod To Play County Cricket

Cheteshwar Pujara has been granted permission by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to play county cricket.
20 August 2014

Analysis - What Went Wrong For India

Bimal Mirwani gives his detailed analysis on what went wrong for India during their 3-1 Test series defeat to England, which culminated in a three-day hammering at The Kia Oval.
19 August 2014

India's Young Pretenders Found Out By England

India’s batsmen have not turned into the world’s worst batsmen overnight - there aren't many batsmen who would be able to live with James Anderson and Stuart Broad in this form, argues Ayyaz Malik.
19 August 2014

Around The Grounds: The Sun Shines As India Collapse

After last week's edition of Around The Grounds featured clubs and teams battling the weather, this week was a much more sunny affair.
19 August 2014

India Shake Up Coaching Team

The Indian cricket board (BCCI) have responded to their 3-1 Test series defeat to England by adding Ravi Shastri, Sanjay Bangar, Bharat Aran and R Sridhar to their coaching team for the limited overs series.
19 August 2014

Comment - Now Is The Time To Restructure Indian Cricket

Team India has lost another Test series overseas. They looked terrible in all departments of the game throughout the series. Anurag Sinha argues that now, major changes are required.
18 August 2014

India Fined For Slow Over-Rate

After collapsing to an innings defeat to England in the fifth and final Test at The Kia Oval, India have been fined heavily for maintaining a slow over-rate during England's innings of 486.
18 August 2014

Farokh Engineer: A Diabolical Performance

What can I say after another dreadful day for India? They've thrown in the towel, they've embarrassed themselves and they have been absolutely pathetic by losing in three days - twice. It's diabolical.
17 August 2014

England Complete Three-Day Victory

England sealed a 3-1 series win over India with a crushing innings-and-244-run victory in the fifth and final Test at the Kia Oval.
17 August 2014

Farokh Engineer: So Disappointed In India's Performance

I am very disappointed with how India have performed because I was expecting them to put up a far better fight and show England what Indian cricket is all about but unfortunately it just hasn't materialised.
16 August 2014

England Storm Clear On Day Two

England ended day two of the fifth and final Test against India at the Kia Oval 237 runs ahead after closing on 385 for seven in their first innings.
16 August 2014

Mithali Raj Guides India To Victory

Mithali Raj scored an unbeaten half-century before Shikha Pandey hit the winning runs as India Women beat England Women by six wickets in their one-off Test at Wormsley.
16 August 2014

Farokh Engineer: India Did Everything Wrong

We seem to be saying it a lot this summer, but this was another disappointing day for India after being bowled out for just 148. They just lack the technique to bat in England and they lack the application as well.
15 August 2014

Late Strikes Leave Test In The Balance

England Women took three late wickets to keep their Test match against India Women at Wormsley in the balance going into the final day.
15 August 2014

England Dominate Once Again

England bowled India out for 148 on the opening day of the fifth and final Test at the Kia Oval before closing on 62 without loss, trailing by 88 runs.
15 August 2014