India vs England: Virat Kohli's strong will to succeed makes him different from the rest, says Greg Chappell
Former Indian cricket team coach Greg Chappel heaped praise on Virat Kohli for his "exceptional" display of batting in the ongoing Test series between India and England. The Indian captain has scored 544 runs in the first four Tests of the five-match series at a staggering average of 68 that includes 2 hundreds and three fifties.
Australia coach Justin Langer to have more say in selection process following Mark Waugh's resignation
Langer will chair the Twenty20 panel, while Hohns will head the Test and one-day process in consultation with Langer and Chappell.
CoA chief Vinod Rai plays down recent trend of senior players influencing future of head coaches in Indian cricket
Committee of Administrators (CoA) chief Vinod Rai on Tuesday played down the recent trend of senior players influencing the future of coaches in Indian cricket, saying "there was nothing new in it."
Australian cricket great Mark Waugh Tuesday quit as a national selector to take up a television commentary role as broadcasters jockey for top talent after a new rights deal was agreed.
Australia's Matt Renshaw continues dream county run with second century for Somerset against Yorkshire
Australia opener Matt Renshaw's superb start in county cricket continued on Saturday when he scored a hundred before lunch for Somerset against Yorkshire – his second century in as many matches
Australia national selector Mark Waugh bats for bringing back banned trio after serving their suspension
"We've still got a lot of fine players in Australia but to lose these three guys, particularly Smith and Warner, it's going to leave a huge hole in your squad," said Mark Waugh
'Embarrassed' Australia awaits disgraced Steve Smith, David Warner's return following ball-tampering scandal
Australia's embarrassment over the ball-tampering scandal showed little sign of easing even as Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft headed home in disgrace.
Australia ball-tampering scandal will haunt Steve Smith, Cameron Bancroft for rest of their lives, says Trevor Chappell
Trevor Chappell said Steve Smith and Cameron Bancroft will long be haunted by what they did.
Australia ball-tampering scandal: Steve Smith's actions prove he is a weak captain incapable of leading with integrity
Very few would argue Steve Smith isn’t one of, if not the best Test batsman in the world. After the events of the Cape Town Test, very few would argue he is a great captain and leader.
This rushed hodgepodge of an autobiography doesn't do justice to a man who transformed a team dubbed "Sachin and Ten Dull Curs" by an Amul advertisement many years ago, turning it into one of the country's greatest ever sides.
Sourav Ganguly interview: Dada opens up on Sachin Tendulkar, Greg Chappell, Lord's...and Collins Obuya
In an interview with Firstpost, Sourav Ganguly opens up on the 1991-92 tour of Australia, the 2003 World Cup, the current Indian team led by the dynamic Virat Kohli among other topics.
On Greg's appointment, Ganguly says that when there was discussion in 2004 on who could succeed John Wright as the coach, Chappell's name flashed in his mind first.
Their differences, Ganguly revealed, started with a side game in Zimbabwe against the 'A' team when the skipper was hurting from a tennis elbow and the left-hander "retired hurt" to nurse the injury
Shaun and Mitchell Marsh became the third set of brothers to score centuries in the same innings for Australia after Greg & Ian Chappell and Steve & Mark Waugh.
Virat Kohli, best across formats, but 'Steve Smith is the man' in Tests, says spin legend Shane Warne
Shane Warne has high regards for Kohli's batsmanship but feels the only blip in the Indian captain's glorious career so far is his failure to score big in English conditions.
Ashes 2017: Australia coach Darren Lehmann says no curfews for team, trusts 'adults' to do the right thing
On the contrary England opted to ban their team being out after midnight. ECB chief Andrew Strauss said, "...at times they are not using that intelligence in the right way."
Former India captain Sourav Ganguly said that he was "desperate" to become the national coach but ended up being an administrator.
India vs Australia: Batsmen lick their lips, bowlers on tenterhooks as ODI powerhouses renew storied rivalry
Australia and India's ODI history is a heady mix of edge-of-your-seat drama, sporadic sportsmanship, questionable umpiring, traumatic bowling and a whole lot of ball-whacking.
The moot question is: does Ambati Rayudu acknowledge his short fuse and the need to express his passion in a more socially acceptable manner?
The present Indian selection committee, given its position on Yuvraj and Dhoni, looks to have embraced Chappell’s philosophy by refusing to be swayed by star culture.