With the likes of Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammad Shami, Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins, to name a few, up in their ranks, both India and Australia have formidable bowling attacks.
England vs Pakistan: James Anderson enters 600-wicket club as hosts win series despite drawing last Test
Anderson had been left just one wicket shy of 600 as a combination of poor catching, bad weather and determined Pakistan batting thwarted him on Monday.
Monty Panesar recounts his magical delivery to dismiss Sachin Tendulkar during England’s victorious 2012 tour of India
With Tendulkar batting on eight, the bowler delivered the ball right outside the leg and hit the top of Tendulkar's off-stump. Panesar managed to get him out in the second innings too.
The 34-year-old Broad, who was dropped from the opening Test in Southampton, reached the milestone when he dismissed Kraigg Brathwaite on the fifth day of the deciding third Test against the West Indies here on Tuesday.
Former Pakistan batsman Aamer Sohail says selection of Shahid Afridi in 1999 World Cup squad was a mistake
Aamer Sohail has revealed that he feels the team management made a mistake in including Shahid Afridi as an opener in the 1999 World Cup squad. Sohail claims that the all-rounder back then was neither able to bowl nor bat.
Umpire Daryl Harper says he still stands by decision to give Sachin Tendulkar lbw off Glenn McGrath in 1999
Tendulkar was dismissed for a duck after being struck on his shoulder while attempting to duck what he presumed was a bouncer from McGrath, with umpire Harper ultimately adjudging it lbw.
Modern-day bowlers are up against better batsmen, says former Sri Lanka cricketer Mahela Jayawardene
At the peak of Jayawardene's career, international cricket was flooded with world-class bowlers, something many feel is not the case now.
On this day: Australia and South Africa play out thrilling World Cup tie to produce one of the greatest ODIs
On this day, in 1999, Australia vs South Africa semi-final clash in 1999 Cricket World Cup finished in a heart-breaking tie for Proteas
India wicket-keeper batsman Parthiv Patel in a recent interview brought in a comparison between Indian pacer Javagal Srinath and Australian fast-medium pace bowler Glenn McGrath.
My Favourite Match: Ricky Ponting's rampaging Aussies flatten India in 2003 World Cup final, break a billion hearts
When the Indian team reached the ICC World Cup final for the first time in 20 years, it felt like a once-in-a-lifetime event for Indian fans, who weren’t sure of witnessing a repeat anytime in the near future.
Javagal Srinath spearheaded India's pace attack in the 90s with aplomb but former South African seamer Shaun Pollock believes the Indian never got the credit he deserved.
Sachin Tendulkar vs Glenn McGrath was a battle of attrition, says former Australia spinner Brad Hogg
Sachin v McGrath a war of attrition. McGrath trying to win the patience game, you are in for the long haul, said Hogg
In Kolkata’s Eden Gardens, India tasted forbidden fruit: How a batting partnership undid Australia's invincibility
In March 2001 at Kolkata's Eden Gardens, India was facing Australia — opponents who were laying claim to being the greatest Test team in the history of the sport. But VVS Laxman and Rahul Dravid's partnership destroyed the Aussies' will and ego, rendering a top class bowling attack completely helpless
Glenn McGrath voices against four-day Tests, says day-night matches the way to go to keep longest format alive
Australian pace legend Glenn McGrath is not in favour of tinkering with the five-day format, saying to bring in more fans to the game, day-night Test matches is the way forward.
Will be tougher for India to beat Australia later this year with Steve Smith and David Warner back, says Glenn McGrath
Pace great Glenn McGrath believes that with the explosive duo of David Warner and Steve Smith back in the Australian team, India are in for a tough time during their tour Down Under later this year.
India vs New Zealand: You don't lose form overnight, Indian attack still 'world class, says Australian pace great Glenn McGrath
Former Australian pacer Glenn McGrath on Wednesday reposed his faith on the Indian bowling unit, saying it remains a "world class" attack despite India's 10-wicket loss in the opening Test against New Zealand.
India vs New Zealand: Former Australian bowler Jason Gillespie 'happy to see Ishant Sharma do well' after difficult spell
Ishant, who arrived in New Zealand only 72 hours before the first Test after clearing fitness, picked up his 11th five-wicket haul to help India bowl out New Zealand for 348 in their first innings
Beware of the romantics of the game, cater Test cricket to fans' preferences: Sanjay Manjrekar on idea of four-day Tests
Sanjay Manjrekar did not clearly state which side he is on, on the debate, but said that the game need to be wary of the romantics of cricket.
Former England captain Andrew Strauss says Test cricket shouldn't be tampered with unless there are takers
Strauss' suggestion comes in the wake of widespread protests against the ICC's proposal to make Test matches a four-day affair from the 2023-2031 FTP cycle.
Four-day Tests debate: Virat Kohli, Sachin Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting and other cricketers divided about new ICC proposal
Virat Kohli, Ricky Ponting, Sachin Tendulkar and other leading names from the sport react on the new ICC proposal to cut down the five-day format to four days.