What does the future hold for Indian youngster Rishabh Pant after Virat Kohli seemingly confirmed that KL Rahul will continue to be the side's wicketkeeper-batsman?
There have been 4 Indians who won the Man of the Tournaments in the history of U-19 World Cups so far. Where are they now?
Shikhar Dhawan may have the last chance to impress when India takes on Sri Lanka in the final T20I in Pune.
India's outgoing chief selector named four batsmen and six bowlers as back-up options for the Indian team in the longest format of the game.
The image of MS Dhoni's run-out from the WC semifinal against New Zealand - where the bat missed the crease by a whisker - is still shared by Indians on social media as a throwback to one of the most painful moments of the year.
As another decade comes to an end, we take a look at eleven players who stood out in the shortest format of the game. Here is our T20I XI of the decade
As the Mumbai Indians gear up for a crucial IPL auction, let’s take a look at three players the franchise could look at to bolster their squad.
As the Delhi Capitals gear up for a crucial IPL auction, let’s take a look at three players Delhi Capitals could look at to bolster their squad.
Bowlers generally don't go for hefty sums but with some teams needing reinforcements, this time, it could be different in the IPL 2020 Auctions.
The IPL auctions take place on December 19, and we take a look at five Indian players who can go for big money.
Some fresh arrivals, and the comeback of the old horse - Team India's batting order grows in strength ahead of a tough 2020 season in whites.
Rohit Sharma played with the same XI in the second T20I in Rajkot and also slammed a 43-ball 85 to help India win by 8 wickets.
A batting great and a pathbreaking leader; Indian captain Virat Kohli celebrates his 31st birthday today.
Ajinkya Rahane put out remarkable performances, and has once again proved to be a player to bank upon when the going gets tough.
Indian wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha produced a brilliant performance on the field, justifying the team management's faith on him.
Ravindra Jadeja understands his craft and realizes its limitation, and he used it to optimum effect on Day 5 against South Africa.
Notably, before this game, Rohit scored his last century for India in whites in 2017, but has reached the three-figure mark in both the innings of the ongoing Test.
In the absence of stalwarts like Hashim Amla and Dale Steyn, as well as AB De Villiers and Imran Tahir, who were the part of South Africa's last tour to India, Proteas' road ahead is tough, and the journey begins tomorrow.
Rohit Sharma will begin his 'second innings' tomorrow, as he readies himself to open in the longest format of the game.
India's young wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant is facing severe criticism for his batting of late. But how did MS Dhoni perform in the same games as Pant has played till now?
Virat Kohli's commanding performance against South Africa last night is a further example of why the Indian skipper stands apart from his contemporaries.
Rohit Sharma benefits from KL Rahul's loss, and both now find themselves at the opposite ends of the spectrum.
On the bench as well, India boast of players like Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Umesh Yadav who are consistently competing for a spot in the playing XI.
Ajinkya Rahane, who had been going through a rough patch for quite some time, finally stepped up as he steered the sinking ship of Indian innings after arriving at the crease in a tricky situation.
The Indian team was impressive in the tour game against West Indies A, and we take a look at the major positives for the side ahead of the beginning of its campaign in the World Test Championship.
Ravi Shastri has retained his position as the head coach of Team India, and we take a look at the key issues he faces as he prepares for his second stint with the Men in Blue.
Shreyas Iyer performed valiantly in the 2nd ODI against West Indies, and put forward a strong claim for a long-term role in the Indian middle-order.
The inaugural World Test Championship kickstarts next month with the Ashes series. But what is the tournament all about? Don't worry, we have your back.
The final of the 2019 World Cup between England and New Zealand was decided on the boundary countback rule, and it has sparked debates on social media.
Throughout the tournament, we saw the standards of catching reach a new high, with the players stunning the fans and experts alike with incredible athleticism.
It had been daunting, but we, with an acknowledgement of being unfair to some, pick the top-5 deliveries of the tournament.
The 2019 World Cup will see a new taker for the first time in 23 years, and both, England and New Zealand, will aim to get into the record books on July 14.
Starting the tournament with a bang to an undefeated streak, New Zealand's world was turned upside down and nearly were out of contention for the semis spot, but it was the NRR that saved them.
India brought their A-game in all the contests and secured 15 points to secure a semifinal qualification for the seventh time in their World Cup history.
Trent Boult may not have been among the best in the business, but give him the suitable conditions, and he can wreak havoc, whereas India boast of a HIT-MAN who is in prime form at the moment.
Mohammed Shami has taken 8 wickets in two World Cup games so far since coming into the side for an injured Bhuvneshwar Kumar.