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.
IPL 2020: League will provide Indian and Australian players some challenge before December showdown, says Ian Chappell
Chappell feels the high-profile T20 event might just be a blessing in disguise for the Indians and the Australians, with just a few series possible since mid-March because of the pandemic.
Ian Chappell calls for DRS overhaul, says 'manipulative' review system encourages dissent from cricketers
Chappell said the system should never have allowed players to be a part of decision-making.
'What is implied often cuts deepest': Former Australia skipper Ian Chappell recalls his brush with racism
Former Australian skipper Ian Chappell has recalled his brush with racism as he offered his views on the raging issue, talking about a time when he saw fellow players being abused and discriminated against but not without a note of protest from him.
Ian Chappell feels India should pick Hardik Pandya in the Test side when they make the trip Down Under later this year as the temperamental all-rounder would be crucial to handling the challenge posed by a strong home batting line-up.
Former skipper Ian Chappell feels the top Australian cricketers are obliged to give priority to the country's domestic competitions over the cash-rich IPL as their financial needs are well taken care of by Cricket Australia.
Virat Kohli is the best batsman among current generation of players, feels former Australia captain Ian Chappell
Asked to pick among Australia’s Steve Smith, New Zealand’s Kane Williamson, England’s Joe Root and Virat Kohli, Chappell picked the Indian skipper among the lot, citing his ‘unbelievable record' across the three formats.
All bowlers are capable of bowling down the leg side but very few batsmen can survive if constantly attacked from outside the leg stump.
Chappell wrote, 'Any delivery that strikes the pad without first hitting the bat and, in the umpire's opinion, would go on to hit the stumps is out regardless of whether or not a shot is attempted,' in a column for ESPNcricinfo.
India vs Australia: Virat Kohli and Co must dismiss Steve Smith, David Warner early on to win series, says Ian Chappell
Should the much-anticipated series goes ahead as scheduled, Smith and Warner's presence will put the hosts at an advantage, according to the former Australian captain
Ian Chappell cites Sachin Tendulkar's 1998 Chennai innings as example to motivate people in fight against COVID-19
To support his point, Chappell cited the example of two "influential innings" of Sachin Tendulkar and fellow Australian opener Ian Redpat, which according to him displayed all the three qualities needed to to bail out of the current situation.
Coronavirus pandemic: Athletes 'don't necessarily need a crowd' to be spurred on, says cricketing great Ian Chappell
Ian Chappell also spoke about the positive side of watching a cricket match without cheering fans
India vs New Zealand: Ian Chappell says Indian batsmen must learn to temper caution and aggression to succeed against Kiwis
Chappell's opinion was in contrast to the view shared by Virat Kohli, who had said that being too cautious or wary wouldn't help the Indian batsmen
India vs New Zealand: Ian Chappell lauds 'versatile' Virat Kohli's captaincy, says he has ensured his emotions work for him and not against team
Australian great Ian Chappell has lauded India captain Virat Kohli for being able to channelise his "highly emotional temperament" towards building a versatile team that has tasted plenty of overseas success.
Sachin Tendulkar-Sourav Ganguly pair faced tougher bowlers than Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, says former cricketer Ian Chappell
Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma has stacked up astonishing numbers while batting as a pair but when it comes to facing quality fast bowlers, the celebrated opening pair of Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly had a far tougher job.
Australia vs Pakistan: Ian Chappell says he 'hates to see' Steve Smith moving fielders in presence of captain Tim Paine
Smith captained the team before losing the position in the aftermath of the ball-tampering scandal last year. Chappell said the batting mainstay should not be as involved in field placements as he seemed to be on Monday when Australia wrapped the 2-0 series triumph.
Ian Chappell says Cricket Australia needs to figure out root cause of cricketers' mental health problems
Young Victorian batsman Will Pucovski has become the third Australia cricketer to report mental health problems to the team management two weeks after Glenn Maxwell took an indefinite break from the game
Climate change, rising popularity of T20s threaten Test cricket, says former Australia skipper Ian Chappell
Former Australia skipper Ian Chappell believes Test cricket is threatened not just by the rising popularity of T20s but also climate change, something that the boards around the globe need to pay serious attention.
Ex-Australia captain Michael Clarke reveals he underwent surgery to have skin cancer removed from his face
Former Australian captain Michael Clarke has revealed that he recently had a cancer removed from his face — third such operation since his battle started with the disease in 2006.
Ian Chappell says if Super Over doesn't provide outright winner, position of teams on table should be considered to decide result
England were adjudged the winners of the 2019 World Cup on the basis of their superior boundary count 22 fours and two sixes to New Zealand's 17 after the epic final