Australia vs India: Pat Cummins, who was Australia vice-captain for the four-match Test series, said Cheteshwar Pujara turned out to be the deciding factor with his rock solid performances with the bat.
Shubman Gill, 21, announced his arrival on the big stage with a classic knock of 91, which set the tone for India's incredible victory on the final day of the series-deciding fourth Test against Australia recently.
Australia v India, 4th Test: The target is a tricky one and the Indian batsmen would get a fair idea whether to go for it by lunch on the final day, which is Tuesday. This was after Siraj and Thakur combined to share nine wic
Australia v India, 4th Test: After 87 overs, the two Tamil Nadu rookies Natarajan (20-2-63-2) and Washington Sundar (2-4-63-1) could hold their heads high for a lion-hearted effort on a good batting pitch in the absence of th
Australia v India, 4th Test: Jasprit Bumrah played with an abdominal strain and didn't want to come out even though the experience was painful and Ravindra Jadeja with a broken thumb was ready to do what Malcolm Marshall did
Australia v India, 4th Test: "Jasprit Bumrah suffered an abdominal strain while fielding in Sydney. He is going to sit out of the Brisbane Test but is expected to be available against England," a BCCI source told PTI.
Australia v India, 3rd Test: Hanuma Vihari (23 not out off 161) and Ravichandran Ashwin (39 not out off 128), who got together in the 89th over of India's second innings, wore down Australia by batting for more than 42 overs.
Australia v India, 3rd Test: The first two sessions could be ideally described as fascinating with Australia getting 172 runs in just under 51 overs, largely due to some positive batting by Steve Smith, Marnus Labuschagne and
Rishabh Pant, on the first day at the SCG, dropped Will Pucovski on 26 and 32 respectively as the debutant opener went on to score 62. The two unlucky bowlers were Ravichandran Ashwin and Mohammed Siraj.
Australia v India, 3rd Test: Breaking his run of poor scores, Steve Smith played some attacking shots and marched to an unbeaten 31 by the close of play on the opening day of the third Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
Australia v India, 3rd Test: At stumps, Marnus Labuschagne was unbeaten on 67 and Steve Smith, after his uncharacteristic run of low scores so far, seemed out of the woods with 31 confident runs, which included five authorita
Australia v India, Sydney Test: While Ashwin is currently leading the wicket-takers' chart with 10 scalps, Jadeja's half-century and the hundred plus stand with skipper Rahane in the second Test formed the cornerstone of Indi
Aus vs Ind, 3rd Test: The Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), despite being witness to some extraordinary batting performances from the touring Indian sides over the years, has not exactly been a happy hunting ground with six defeat
Australia vs India 3rd Test: The Indian team had a net session at the overcast Sydney Cricket Ground on the day and all eyes were on Rohit Sharma, who looked pretty comfortable against both pace and spin.
Australia vs India, Sydney Test: With Shubman Gill showing calmness and maturity beyond his age in his debut Test, the team is likely to fit in Rohit Sharma either at the expense of Mayank Agarwal at the top or Hanuma Vihari
Aus vs Ind, Melbourne Test: Ajinkya Rahane's men can take hope from the fact that the last time India and Australia met in a Boxing Day Test match at the MCG — in 2018 — India came up trumps thanks to a trademark gritty C
Aus vs Ind: Virat Kohli was looking solid before the suicidal run out for 74 on the opening day at Adelaide Oval. Upon realising that there was no run in it, Ajinkya Rahane decided to send back Kohli but it was too late by th
India vs Australia, Boxing Day Test: Australia had bundled out India for their lowest-ever Test score of 36 in the opening Test which the hosts won by eight wickets. The next game is due to start on Saturday and India will be