India's current pace quartet can dominate Test cricket for at least two more years, feels bowling coach Bharath Arun
India's highly successful pace quartet will be on top of its game in Tests for "at least two more years" even as coaches and selectors collectively zero in on the next batch of potent match-winners, feels national bowling coach Bharath Arun.
India vs West Indies: Ian Bishop says foundation of hosts' current fast-bowling unit was laid by likes of Kapil Dev
Former West Indies speedster Ian Bishop says the foundation of India's fast bowling unit was laid by the likes of legendary Kapil Dev and built on by current captain Virat Kohli, who believes in the attack.
India vs West Indies: Nothing wrong with KL Rahul's methods, the problem lies in his approach, says Sanjay Bangar
KL Rahul scored 4 off 25 balls before getting out. He looked like playing on a different pitch compared to young Prithvi Shaw at the other end.
India v West Indies, 2nd Test, stats preview: From KL Rahul, Ajinkya Rahane’s poor form to West Indies’ bowling woes in India
Before the second Test between India and West Indies begins on Friday, here's a look at some of the key stats
ICC U-19 World Cup 2018: BCCI announce Rs 50 lakh reward for Rahul Dravid; players to receive Rs 30 lakh each
Johri said, "In Rahul Dravid, we have a fantastic coach who is moulding the youngsters and also fine-tuning the boys at the India A level before they progress to the senior side,"
India coach Ravi Shastri likely to pitch for return of bowling coach Bharath Arun despite Zaheer Khan's appointment
It was on Shastri's recommendation that erstwhile President N Srinivasan gave a go-ahead to Arun's appointment with the senior team in 2014 when he was the bowling consultant at the NCA.
Former Team India Director Ravi Shastri along with his support staff which include Sanjay Bangar, Bharath Arun and R Sridhar are all set to re-apply after BCCI advertises national coaching positions in the next couple of days.
While Jadeja introspected about his game, Bharat Arun said that Bhuvneshwar Kumar "needs to swing the ball more" even though he is happy that he has added a couple of yards of pace.