Strengthening grassroots programs will take time, but a WIPL could possibly lead to accelerated development of Indian domestic players.
England’s one-run win over India in the final Twenty20 International brought the curtains down on what was a scintillating series. The three One-Day Internationals and three T20Is offered a lot of positives for both the teams. England would have liked to do better in the ODIs and India would have wanted the same in the
The tables have turned quickly. Less than a fortnight ago, England were staring at a 0-3 whitewash against India in the One-Day International series. They had lost the first two matches to concede the series, but stormed back in the third ODI and carried the momentum to win the first two Twenty20 Internationals. Now India
India’s woes in Twenty20 cricket continues as they were restricted to 111 for 8 in the second game against England in Guwahati. They had made only 119 in their chase of 161 in the first match few days back. Harleen Deol started the innings with a glorious cover drive to the fence and then Smriti
Smriti Mandhana became India’s fifth captain in Twenty20 Internationals on Monday (March 4), but she would like to forget her debut after England prevailed by 41 runs in an one-sided contest in Guwahati. India’s batting and bowling were both poor, leading to many questions. Firstly, I should say well done to BCCI for deciding to
The pitch at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai has more often than not assisted seamers in early morning conditions, but it seemed to have turned into a paradise for them during the One-Day International series between India and England. While Jhulan Goswami and Shikha Pandey exploited the conditions in the first two games that India