Sourav Ganguly


Michael Clarke on 'verge' of IPL deal, says Sourav Ganguly

Dominic Bossi Australian Test captain Michael Clarke is in negotiations with Indian Premier League franchise Pune Warriors, according to club captain Sourav Ganguly.


Jimmy Neesham century gives New Zealand control of first Test

Jimmy Neesham celebrates his century.

Kingston, Jamaica All-rounder Jimmy Neesham became the first New Zealander to score centuries in his first two Tests as the tourists end the second day against West Indies with a huge first innings lead.


Why I prefer longer form of short game

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Dean Jones What would you rather watch, a Twenty20 international or a one-day international match? Do you have more fun playing T20 cricket compared to a 50-over match? I asked many players around the country...

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Sachin Tendulkar and Shane Warne to lead Lord's teams

Sachin Tendulkar

English cricket fans are set to get one more chance to see Sachin Tendulkar and Shane Warne in action at Lord's after the pair were confirmed as captains for a match marking the ground's 200th...


Chappell rails against India's media muzzling

Ian Chappell.

Chloe Saltau Indian board muzzles commentators on the Decision Review System.

In awe of an Indian masterclass

Peter Roebuck INDIA'S accomplished batsmen continued their destruction of Australian bowling on a sunblessed second day in Sydney.

Success goes to the single-minded

Peter Roebuck AMONG modern batsmen, Sachin Tendulkar is the master of the single. In some respects, it is not much of a claim. It's a bit like saying Roger Federer has the best ball toss around.


Sachin Tendulkar departs as a deity of cricket

Sachin Tendulkar.

Chloe Saltau Sachin Tendulkar's potential to be one of the greats of the game was obvious on his first tour of Australia more than 20 years ago.

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Cook must plug leak quickly or all will be lost

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Dean Jones This England cricket team is under attack, and it’s the visitors’ fault. England is bleeding and spiralling out of control on and off the ground.

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Tendulkar quits one-day game

Sachin Tendulkar (second left) celebrates with teammates after India won the World Cup in 2011.

New Delhi Indian batting great announces his retirement from one-day cricket on eve of series against Pakistan.

Decline and fall: aged India ripe for picking

Geoff Lawson

Geoff Lawson Forthcoming Indo-Aussie Test series presents major challenges for both teams.

Geoff Lawson

Who's going to tap Sachin on the shoulder? Nobody in India


Geoff Lawson The forthcoming Indo-Aussie Test series presents major challenges for both teams. India have recently lost 2-1 to England on home soil after winning the opening Test.

Dhoni dynasty may be greatest ever for India

Dean Jones

Dean Jones IF I ask you who are the top three Indian cricketers of all time, will you have M.S. Dhoni among them? Well, if you don't, you will by the time he retires.

Dean Jones

Dhoni to join the ranks of greatest Indian cricketers

Dean Jones.

Dean Jones If I asked you who were the top three Indian cricketers of all time, would you have M.S. Dhoni among them? Well, if you don't, you will by the time he retires.


Plenty to fear from the Little Master

Sachin Tendulkar

Will Brodie It is a measure of Sachin Tendulkar’s greatness that he produces his best performances when pitted against the best opposition. Tendulkar makes more runs per innings (60.

Bowlers reap rewards from past star's role

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Sourav Ganguly The Indian batsmen have struggled against a consistent pace attack.

Sourav Ganguly

India must win away

Sourav Ganguly The losses in England and Australia have been big ones and we need a solution.

Sourav Ganguly

Wade keeping India on its spikes

Sourav Ganguly Genuine all-rounders are a huge boost to a team and Matthew Wade fits into that category.

Little Master poser

After Sachin Tendulkar's poor showing in the one-day series, there have been calls for him to be dropped.

Chloe Saltau After Ricky Ponting, the knives are out for Indian great, Sachin Tendulkar.

Tendulkar's time is up

Sanjay Bhosale When is it the 'right' time for an elite sportsman to quit? The common answer is that one should quit at the top. Which is not as simple a proposition as it sounds.