Former English spinner, Monty Panesar has opened up on the Indian wicketkeeping conundrum. The former spinner has cleared as to who would be his wicketkeeper if he were to lead team India in Australia. Rishabh Pant and Wriddhiman Saha are the two
Former Indian opening batsman Aakash Chopra has questioned the Indian team, who is likely to make a host of changes ahead of the Boxing Day Test against Australia. The second Test in Melbourne remains as good as a must-win game for India
As the talks of Rishabh Pant being slotted in the playing eleven for the Boxing Day Test increases, however, former Australia batsman, Michael Hussey opines that Wriddhiman Saha should be preferred over the left-hander as Saha is a better keeper than Pant.
Former chairman of the Indian selection MSK Prasad has raised eyebrows over India’s management’s decision of not playing Rishabh Pant in the first Test against Australia in Adelaide. India decided to play a pure wicketkeeper in Wriddhiman Saha, who they thought is
Former Indian chairman of selectors MSK Prasad has weighed in on the debate surrounding the selection of the first-choice wicketkeeper in the Indian Test team between Rishabh Pant and Wriddhiman Saha. Ever since Rishabh Pant has made his Test debut, he has
Former chief selector of the Indian national cricket team, MSK Prasad has revealed that during his tenure it was decided that Rishabh Pant would play ahead of Wriddhiman Saha in Tests outside Asia, while Saha will don the gloves in Asian conditions
Former India spinner, Pragyan Ojha opines that India should back Wriddhiman Saha instead of replacing him with Rishabh Pant after just one match for the Melbourne Test. The axe is hanging on Saha’s head after the wicket-keeper not only didn’t score any
In the wake of Prithvi Shaw’s disastrous batting display in the just-concluded Adelaide Test, former India off-spinner Pragyan Ojha has advised the youngster to focus on domestic cricket. Prithvi Shaw’s technique was completely exposed as he was bowled in both the innings.
The Indian team did not have a dream start to their defence of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy as they went down to Australia by eight wickets. The first Test, which finished three days, was in India’s control for the best part of it;
Former Australia spinner, Brad Hogg comes in defence of India’s fielding coach, Ramakrishnan Sridhar, who has been at the receiving end of severe criticism after the Indian fielders’ horrendous display in the field- not just in the Adelaide Test but throughout the Australia