When Stuart Refused to Walk in ‘Broad’ Daylight

Stuart Broad may have reached a milestone of 500 wickets in Test cricket, but he cannot escape being the culprit in a popular cricket story. He is remembered for being the “The Man Who Refused to Walk” at Trent Bridge in 2013. The first Test of Ashes 2013 was being played at Trent Bridge where England was halted at 215 on day one. Then, Jimmy … Continue reading When Stuart Refused to Walk in ‘Broad’ Daylight

Tim Paine’s journey as Australia’s captain

Tim Paine, the man who suffered pain and agony after getting his right index finger injured in 2010, thought that his career got over. And it got resurrected only in 2017 and it has been an upward journey for the current Test captain of Australia. Backdrop of the situation: On April 2011, in a charity match in Australia, Paine injured his finger while taking a … Continue reading Tim Paine’s journey as Australia’s captain

Cameron Bancroft: Career Post the Ball-Tampering Ban

The month of March in 2018 was an unforgettable day in the history of Australian cricket. The up and coming cricketer, Cameron Bancroft, was caught rubbing the ball with sandpaper. After further investigations, it was found that even the team’s captain and vice-captain, Steve Smith and David Warner were involved in this ball-tampering. Embed from Getty Images Both Smith and Warner were handed a one-year … Continue reading Cameron Bancroft: Career Post the Ball-Tampering Ban

Top 5 Indian Batting Performances Against Australia in Tests

While the clash between India and Australia doesn’t get the popularity of The Ashes or the Indo-Pak Series, this clash has often seen some brilliant individual performances from both sides. There have been some exceptional performances by the batsmen, as well as, bowlers from both India and Australia. Let us have a look at the top 5 Indian batting performances against Australia: 5. Cheteshwar Pujara: … Continue reading Top 5 Indian Batting Performances Against Australia in Tests

Border Gavaskar Trophy 2020-2021: The Key Battles

The Border Gavaskar Trophy is going to start from the 17th of December, and the Indian team will be playing a Test series after a long gap. Given the incredible history of Test cricket between India and Australia, this will be am interesting clash. Let’s have a look at some of the key battles which could decide the fate of the series largely: 1. Cheteshwar … Continue reading Border Gavaskar Trophy 2020-2021: The Key Battles

India vs Australia: Quiz 2

As the Indian cricket team try to take down the mighty Australians, here’s your chance to test how much you know about this Indo-Aus rivalry. Akhil KintaliI am a developer by profession, a passionate Cricket fan and have contributed with articles about this sport on various blogs and knowledge sharing platforms. I have been awarded the Top Writer Award on Quora for 2018 and have … Continue reading India vs Australia: Quiz 2

India vs Australia: The Key Battles

India vs Australia has been always an exciting contest, irrespective of what format they’re playing, and in which country they’re playing. The ODI series of India tour of Australia is underway now, and there are some interesting battles and competitions, which could attract the eyes of the viewers. 1) Virat Kohli VS Adam Zampa Virat, in recent times, has been dominated by his fellow RCB … Continue reading India vs Australia: The Key Battles

Iconic Run-Chases: India vs Australia 2nd ODI 2013

Run-chases, particularly chasing those huge totals are always a treat to watch. And back in 2013, India managed to chase a very high score so wonderfully that it could be termed as the greatest chase in the limited-overs format. Let’s revisit this famous match between India and Australia in Jaipur: Build-up:  India was down 1-0 to the Aussies before this match, losing the previous match … Continue reading Iconic Run-Chases: India vs Australia 2nd ODI 2013

Pace Bowling Attack Analysis: India vs Australia Test series

India defeated the Aussies in their own soil for the first time ever in their history in 2018. One of the main reasons why they were able to conquer the frontier was because of their exceptional bowling attack. They didn’t allow the Aussie batsmen to score more than 326 runs in an innings in the entire series. That’s phenomenal if you restrict Aussies at their … Continue reading Pace Bowling Attack Analysis: India vs Australia Test series

Reliving the India vs Australia 4th Test in 2004

A true cricket lover enjoys low-scoring matches, they are often very interesting and leave you on the edge of your seat. And this match between India and Australia played in 2004 was one of the greatest low scoring games we have ever seen. Build Up This match was set on the dust bowls of Mumbai. Australia had already won the series 2-0 against the Indians … Continue reading Reliving the India vs Australia 4th Test in 2004