India-England : And it goes the same way around

India-England : And it goes the same way around

11 Aug 2011 by Vishal Chandan in England Vs India 2011

A series totally dominated by England, India haven’t even bee able to properly dominate a session in here. Injuries, fatigues and everything takes a toll. On the verge of losing the 3rd match too, India look down and out.

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India’s uno numero status in danger

India’s uno numero status in danger

26 Jul 2011 by Vishal Chandan in Indian Cricket Team

What looked like a stiff competition was completely dominated by the English team. No#1 status in danger, India need to lift their game up to win this series.

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First test and the jinx

First test and the jinx

24 Jul 2011 by Vishal Chandan in Indian Cricket Team

A high profile series and an important match to start with. Records, excitement all unfolds together!

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India and its fascination with foreign coaches

India and its fascination with foreign coaches

24 Jun 2011 by Vishal Chandan in Indian Cricket Team

India during the 1990s weren’t that much of a force in foreign pitches. Needing a new outlook to the cricket, they needed to adopt foreign techniques. A resurgence with the arrival of John Wright and here we are standing with the trophy.

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India-England: No.1 Ranking in danger

India-England: No.1 Ranking in danger

07 Jun 2011 by Vishal Chandan in Indian Cricket Team

England has always been tough to play against. And with these players in form of their life, its going to be tough to beat them in their own den.

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An India-Australia Test, brings out the best

05 Oct 2010 by Mahendra Prasad in India Vs Australia Test Series 2010

Whenever there is talk of Test cricket dying, India and Australia must face each other in a Test series.

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Relax man, VVS is there!

05 Oct 2010 by Mahendra Prasad in VVS Laxman

Sachin Tendulkar may be the greatest and Rahul Dravid maybe the stalwart. But, when it comes to guiding the team through to victory under the toughest of circumstances, one cannot look beyond Vangipurappu Venkata Sai aka VVS Laxman in the Indian Test team.

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Sachin, Dhoni the key on Day 5

Sachin, Dhoni the key on Day 5

05 Oct 2010 by Mahendra Prasad in India Vs Australia Test Series 2010

Australia will hold most of the aces going into the final day’s play at Mohali. Having claimed four of the top Indian wickets cheaply late of the fourth day, after themselves being dismissed for a disappointing 192, the visitors would feel elated.

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