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England frustrated with umpiring inconsistency in Ahmedabad Test

England frustrated with umpiring inconsistency in Ahmedabad Test

Close calls on a frantic opening day saw India gain the upper hand in a match likely to impact June’s World Test Championship final.

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India’s Rohit slams critics over Chennai pitch furore

India’s Rohit slams critics over Chennai pitch furore

Mark Waugh and former England captain Michael Vaughan were among those who criticised the wicket but Rohit said India could prepare a pitch to their liking.

  • by Rohith Nair
Why Kohli’s passion play can be saviour of Test game

Why Kohli’s passion play can be saviour of Test game

The Indian talisman exemplifies a belligerence more often associated with Australians, until Sandpapergate forced a softening of the edges on these shores.

  • by Oliver Brown
Leach, Anderson star as England crush India

Leach, Anderson star as England crush India

Leach took 4-76 while Anderson returned 3-17 as India were bowled out for 192 runs during the second session of the fifth day at Chennai.

  • by Staff reporter
Langer backed to handle dressing room ‘politics’

Langer backed to handle dressing room ‘politics’

While a summer which culminated in a series loss to India has turned the heat on coach Justin Langer, he has been endorsed to handle any player agitation.

  • by Jon Pierik
The Paine game: How selectors have searched for an heir apparent

The Paine game: How selectors have searched for an heir apparent

As Australia prepares for a return to South Africa, the fall-out from the ball-tampering saga continues, with no obvious choice to replace Tim Paine as captain.

  • by Jon Pierik
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After a white-knuckle summer, CA plans Ashes with a difference

After a white-knuckle summer, CA plans Ashes with a difference

Cricket Australia has taken enormous pride in ensuring this season’s key series went ahead but attention now turns to next summer’s home Ashes campaign.

  • by Jon Pierik
Ratings are in: The worst Test pitch in Australia this summer

Ratings are in: The worst Test pitch in Australia this summer

No pitch was safe this Australian summer, with all receiving downgraded ratings from ICC match referee David Boon. But the SCG fared the worst.

  • by Jon Pierik
India walk-off threat emerges as Cricket Australia clears men ejected from SCG

India walk-off threat emerges as Cricket Australia clears men ejected from SCG

In a report filed to the ICC, CA investigators say they believe Indian players were racially abused during the third Test in Sydney, but were unable to identify the culprits.

  • by Chris Barrett
‘India’s time has come’: Can a cricket team go in to bat for a troubled economy?

‘India’s time has come’: Can a cricket team go in to bat for a troubled economy?

They have been called ’the Unbreakables”. Rahane’s team may have had reached their zenith at the Gabba, but their rise has been propelled for years by rising Indian confidence.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw
History Test: Langer, coaches deserve share of blame for repeating mistakes

History Test: Langer, coaches deserve share of blame for repeating mistakes

Captain Tim Paine has carried the can for Australia’s loss, but questions are also being asked about coach Justin Langer and his backroom staff.

  • by Andrew Wu