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Indian cricket team

Banking on Experience

Boria Majumdar

What India needs to do to lift the T20 World Cup in June

Form and Spirit

Not only will Rohit Sharma live the childhood dream of playing an ODI World Cup at home over the next couple of months, but he will do so as the captain of the number one team in the world

Ajit Agarkar: Team Builder

The new chief selector must guide Indian cricket through a smooth transition phase

Redemption Game

Can Rohit Sharma’s reinvigorated team undo a decade of hurt by winning the T20 World Cup?

Cricket in 2050

All matches are now played in a covered stadium, any batsman who hits the ceiling is given an eight. The old helicopter shot is passé, players are hitting perpendicular rockets into the air

Collateral Longevity

New India doesn’t have time for a five-day sport but Tests survive on the back of the game’s adaptability to shorter formats

Can Test Cricket Survive?

As India gets ready for the final of the first World Test Championship against New Zealand, the inevitable question pops up

Complications of the Position

Making middle-order batsmen into openers in Tests usually doesn’t end well for India

Selection Day and the Indian Coach

The coach’s role is more than just a psychological foil for the captain and there is very little public information about what Shastri’s approach is to coaching

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