IPL 2021: Virat Kohli pleased to see Ravindra Jadeja fire ahead of T20 World Cup, says it's a pleasure
RCB captain Kohli seemed delighted to see his India teammate Jadeja make an excellent return after a long injury layoff.
India vs New Zealand, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Ravindra Jadeja's all-round brilliance lights up India's grim semi-final exit
Jadeja dismissed opener Henry Nicholls and left a further imprint on the game with a direct hit from the deep to dismiss the dangerous Ross Taylor. He followed it with a tricky overhead catch to remove Tom Latham, before playing a knock to remember.
India vs Sri Lanka: Hosts nearing victory, but need to send back Dinesh Chandimal, Angelo Mathews early on Day 5
Jadeja and Ashwin can be relied upon to wheel away with unerring accuracy, and in all probability, India should end their home season with another win. Stranger things, however have happened on the cricket field, and India will be mindful of that.
India vs Sri Lanka: Familiarity breeds contest for Virat Kohli’s men as hosts look to continue winning run
India and Sri Lanka have met 91 times across formats since 2007, making it the most regular bilateral bust-up of the decade. That the win-loss record reads 31-8 in India’s favour since 2011 makes it one of the most one-sided one as well.
India vs Australia, 2nd Test: Hosts' fielders need to up the ante on Day 3 and restrict lead below 75
India need an early wrap-up followed with a solid opening partnership as it will be the key while batting and only then they could rely on the Ashwin-Jadeja spin show.
The Indian team showed tremendous perseverance on an unresponsive pitch to annihilate neighbours Bangladesh by 208 runs in the one-off Test and extend the team's unbeaten streak to 19 matches on Monday.
Former India captain Saurav Ganguly on Saturday said he wouldn't be surprised if India swept Aussies 4-0 in the upcoming Test match series, commencing on 23 February at Pune.
Young Australia opener Matthew Renshaw feels his team is preparing the best way possible for the upcoming tour of India by batting on turning and slow wickets here at the ICC Academy.
India vs Bangladesh: Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja turn rivals for top spot in ICC rankings
India's star spinner Ravichandran Ashwin would be feeling the heat from his team-mate Ravindra Jadeja as the two spinners take on Bangladesh in a one-off Test in Hyderabad
India's premier spin bowler Ravichandran Ashwin feels the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Uppal gives him a chance to be "more imaginative" with his deliveries.
Australia vs India, 2nd ODI talking points: Dhoni must realise Dhawan's lean patch has lasted long enough
From Dhoni’s point of view, it must be difficult to dissect and digest the second defeat in this five-match series between India and Australia as it was so eerily similar to the Perth ODI.
Australia might have made batting look the easiest thing in the world with two 300-plus chases against India but opener Aaron Finch on Friday complimented his inexperienced bowlers
Veteran cricket journalist Ayaz Memon, or Cricketwallah as he is known, analyses the Brisbane ODI between India and Australia in an exclusive chat with Firstpost.
Rohit Sharma's second successive century was once again overshadowed by Australia's collective batting might as the hosts continued their dominance over Indian bowlers to notch up a seven-wicket victory in the second cricket one-dayer and take a 2-0 series lead in Brisbane on Friday.
They were inseparable during their eight seasons for the Chennai Super Kings but Suresh Raina will now be plotting Mahendra Singh Dhoni's downfall when Team Rajkot will face Team Pune in the 9th edition of IPL.
The Intex Technologies Director Keshav Bansal on Tuesday said that the Rajkot franchise is already in talks with a couple of coaches as that will be their next step before gearing up for the big auction on 6 February.
Ravichandran Ashwin displayed his magic yet again to record a career-best figures of 7/66 as India clinched the four-match series against South Africa by taking an unassailable 2-0 lead with an emphatic 124-run win in the third cricket Test.
The battle for the third Test between India and South Africa at VCA stadium in Nagpur quickly turned into a Twitter battle over the "diabolical" pitch.
England were, at one stage, comfortably placed at 82 for no loss but were finally shot out for 227 runs at Trent Bridge, Saturday. They lost six wickets to spin as off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin took 3-39, while slow left-armer Ravindra Jadeja and part-timers Suresh Raina and Ambati Rayudu got a wicket apiece for India.
Lord's is normally a seamers' track, and India has won only once there (1986) in 16 tests, but both sides were also expecting an England-friendly pitch at Nottingham.