Former Australia cricketer Matthew Hayden expects Bhuvaneshwar Kumar from Sunrisers Hyderabad and Mumbai Indians' Jasprit Bumrah to be two standout bowlers in IPL 2020.
India's three fast bowlers – Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami and Bhuvneshwar Kumar – at their prime and peaking at the right time must be viewed as the biggest gain of the past few months.
Prithvi Shaw, Mayank Agarwal not figuring in plans, Rohit Sharma making A+ grade, BCCI's player contracts reveal lack of logic
The clamour for getting into the contract system is that contracted players not only get better endorsements, but importantly get access to the best medical attention, wherever it is available, in case of injuries.
India vs Australia: Virat Kohli and Co surrendered initiative in first session of Perth Test and never recovered from it
India’s many mistakes, from choice of team, ultra aggressive field placings when bowlers looked innocuous, some poor fast bowling length, few bad choice of strokes and dropped catches, all contributed to the defeat.
India vs West Indies: Left-arm pacer Khaleel Ahmed brings much-needed variety to Virat Kohli's bowling attack
It would be no exaggeration to state that young Khaleel Ahmed seems to be the most exciting left-arm fast bowling prospect since Zaheer Khan.
Ajinkya Rahane, Murali Vijay set to play for India A against England Lions before announcement of Indian Test squad
The Indian Test squad for the England series is expected to be announced during or after the England Lions game as it will give them a clearer picture about the availability of certain players.
BCCI’s strategy to send India 'A' squad ahead of long England tour will provide invaluable insights in English conditions that could come handy when some of them get called to the main national team.
India vs Sri Lanka: Mohammed Shami's recurring hamstring woes is a worry for hosts ahead of overseas season
Mohammed Shami, though, continues to be a vital member of the Indian pace attack and would be sorely needed in South Africa and beyond. It is up to the Board and team management to ensure that he stays fit over the next year or so
India vs New Zealand: Host bowlers' ability to hunt in packs makes them country's most potent attack ever
Certainly there is a nice ring to India's current crop of bowlers. The fact that there are another three or four top class bowlers waiting in the wings marks this pack as the most potent in Indian history.
Virat Kohli embraced the five-bowler concept to increase his options. This saw him aggressively target rival batsmen unlike earlier captains who were forced to adopt a safety-first policy.
New Zealanders who embraced it so magnificently in Mumbai, found one of the heroes of that win, Tom Latham suffer a brain freeze at the most inopportune time in the series decider at Kanpur. And that momentary lapse cost the visitors the match.
Ashish Nehra might be bringing variety to the bowling attack but the selectors could so easily have groomed someone younger who could be of use on future tours.
India vs Australia: How hosts' current rise to No 1 rank in ODIs and Tests compares with 2011 side's achievements
There is a familiarity about the tune that has been building up over the last two years, you have heard it before. But come 2019, you might see Kohli’s India to write different words to the ending of the song.
India vs Australia: Hosts to name squad for limited-overs series today; KL Rahul, Kedar Jadhav likely to be retained
The spotlight will be on Kedar Jadhav and KL Rahul as the national selectors meet to pick the India squad for the limited overs series with Australia on Sunday.
For a nation once overrun with quality spinners, India’s transition to pace bowling has been a big leap of faith
India vs Pakistan Final 2017: Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin's defensive mindsets hurt the team badly
With two years to go for the 2019 World Cup, India has time to sort their bowling out. It is time they look past the big reputations of Ashwin and Jadeja and find themselves some spin bowlers, who can take regular wickets in one-day cricket.
ICC Champions Trophy 2017: R Ashwin not getting game time shows depth of Indian bowling, says Ajit Agarkar
India, without R Ashwin, suffered defeat at the hands of a gutsy Sri Lanka, who chased down a massive 321-run target.
Jaydev Unadkat’s unbelievable last over was certainly a candidate for Man of the Match, there were also other characters who scripted the Pune win.
There was a strong breeze blowing across the ground, but it did not touch Dhoni's reputation. Once again, like so many times before, he had conjured a chase that was nothing short of magic
India vs Australia, 4th Test: Dramatic Day 3 one of many reasons this series will be remembered for ages
India resumes on Tuesday with ten wickets in hand and 87 runs to get to wrest the Border-Gavaskar Trophy back from Australia. That the visitors still have a slim chance to pull this game out, that the series is still on the line heading into the fourth day of the final Test, is just one of the myriad reasons this Test series will go down as one for the ages.