India vs Australia: Ian Chappell believes heightened sense of chaos in lead-up to series could favour visitors
The Australian great's opinion is partly influenced by a remark made by cricket pundit Harsha Bhogle in January 2008, following the Monkeygate drama.
India vs Australia: Cheteshwar Pujara, Hanuma Vihari, coaching staff set to join squad in UAE ahead of tour Down Under
India will be travelling to Australia with a jumbo squad comprising 30 playing members across formats considering that the series will be played in a bio-bubble amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pujara, who made his Test debut against Australia in Bengaluru, had an impressive first outing as he scored 72 in the second innings in India's successful 207-run chase.
Irfan Pathan feels the fast bowlers will take at least four to six weeks to get back into rhythm when they return to action after the coronavirus hiatus.
Pujara said he is thankful to Dravid for teaching him how to keep personal and professional lives separate.
Though coronavirus cases continue to rise rapidly in India and uncertainty remains around the resumption of professional cricket, Pujara said he hit the nets at just the right time.
Cheteshwar Pujara practices in nets with Saurashtra teammates three months after first Ranji Trophy win
Pujara has been training at his academy, located in the outskirts of Rajkot, alongside Unadkat, batsman Arpit Vasavada and medium pacer Prerak Mankad.
Rohit Sharma only needs to see out first half hour in Australia to be successful, feels Nasser Hussain
Former England captain Nasser Hussain has backed the supremely gifted Rohit Sharma to come good as a Test opener on India's tour of Australia later this year
India's Cheteshwar Pujara says facing pink ball in day-night Tests a different challenge for batsmen altogether
India's Test specialist Cheteshwar Pujara on Thursday admitted that playing day-night Tests is an altogether different challenge for the batsman as the pace and visibility of the pink ball is very different from traditional red ball.
Cheteshwar Pujara, Ravindra Jadeja and three other Indian cricketers issued notice by NADA for failure to disclose whereabouts
Speaking to PTI, NADA DG Navin Agarwal confirmed that BCCI has sent an official explanation for their five NRTP players' failure to submit whereabouts.
If BCCI decides to send multiple names in the men's category, senior opener Shikhar Dhawan could also be preferred as he missed out in 2018 despite the Board sending his nomination
Former Australia pacer Jason Gillespie lauds Ishant Sharma's 'thirst for knowledge' during stint in county cricket
Ishant, who has picked 297 wickets from 97 Tests, played for Sussex in 2018 with Gillespie as the coach
New Zealand pacer Matt Henry's county contract with Kent mutually withdrawn due to COVID-19 pandemic
New Zealand pacer Matt Henry's contract with Kent Cricket for the first seven matches of this season's County Championship has been mutually withdrawn due to the rapidly-spreading COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Cheteshwar Pujara's short-term deal to play for English county Gloucestershire called off
The 32-year-old Pujara, who has scored 5840 runs at an average of 48.66 in 77 Tests, was supposed to play six County Championship matches for the club at the start of the county's first season back in Division One
The legendary Sunil Gavaskar on Tuesday donated Rs 59 lakh, while Test regular Cheteshwar Pujara also made an unspecified contribution to the-CARES fund, joining the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic which has claimed over 100 lives in India.
Pujara was one of the elite Indian sportspersons who attended the video call held by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss ways to fight the coronavirus
Ranji Trophy: Saurashtra batsman Sheldon Jackson names Virat Kohli as fitness inspiration after title-winning season
The 33-year-old Jackson amassed 800 plus runs for the second year in a row to help Saurashtra win their maiden Ranji Trophy after three failed attempts.
Cheteshwar Pujara on his strike-rate debate: Captain and coach understand importance of my playing style
Cheteshwar Pujara finds the constant fuss over his strike rate a tad unfair and wants to clarify once and for all that he has got the full backing of the team management which understands the "importance" of his style of play.
Vihari said, "I was supposed to play four English county games this season. I would only be able to tell you the name when all the paperwork is complete. Right now, it's on hold due to the unavoidable situation (COVID-19)."
'I never play that kind of a shot. I still rue it, I wonder how it happened. Once I am set, I never give my wicket away', the mistimed pull in Christchurch still rankles Pujara.