A detailed Post-Mortem of Ashes 2015

An eventual score line of 3-2 in a five test series often points to a closely fought series. And when associated with The Ashes, the scoreline would romanticize any cricket enthusiast’s vision with memories of Bradman led Australia’s miraculous coming from behind

Road to 2015 World Cup: One Goal, Different Paths

Thanks to the World T20, which hits our television screens every second year now, cricket lovers these days are never short of World Cup excitement. However, when one talks of World Cup, the only World Cup that comes to mind is the

Dhoni’s Cup of Woes full ahead of the World Cup

With the World Cup just around the corner, the Men in Blue hardly look the unit that can capture the coveted trophy. Already written off by ex-players Dean Jones and Stephen Fleming, this team wears an unsettled look from top to bottom,

Chris Rogers – Cricket’s very own Cinderella Man

Three decades down the line, when an amateur cricket lover would sift through the list of cricketers who represented Australia in Test Cricket, the name of a certain CJL Rogers is most likely to be overlooked. Some 20 odd Tests, a handful

Doomsday clock ticking for Shikhar Dhawan

Come 6th January and the pressure on three Delhi men in Sydney will be immense. While Virat Kohli takes over the reins of a young Indian team under the most dramatic circumstances, Ishant Sharma will have to come to terms with the

MS Dhoni – Nine years of dignified silence…and smile

2005 Experts: Can he survive Test Cricket with unorthodox technique? MSD: Scores 148 against Pakistan in his 5th Test. Silence and smile. 2007 Experts: Can he curb his aggressive instincts when the team requires him to? MSD: Scores 76* at Lords to