India seeks for consolatory win, Protean eyes on whitewash

India would be aiming to make the right selections before the third test to avoid a humiliating whitewash against the hosts. The hosts have already sealed the series after winning two consecutive games in Cape Town and Centurion by 72 and 135 runs respectively. The third test will start on Wednesday at the Wanderers. Though India... Continue Reading →


Dream debut for Ngidi sealed the series for Proteas

The Proteas sealed the series and took an unassailable lead of 2-0 in the 3 match series by defeating the visitors by 135 runs. Ngidi turned out to be the nightmare for Indians who took a 6-fer in his debut match. The debutant also clinched MoM for his excellent spell which led India to a... Continue Reading →

5 reasons why India lost the Second Test vs SA

South Africa won the series after victory over the visitors. They defeated India by a whopping 135 runs margin. Indian team though looked strong at some junctures of the game but in the end, they fell significantly short of victory. Here are 5 reasons we feel were responsible for India’s defeat. Ngidi’s Dream Debut Lungisani... Continue Reading →

Afghanistan all set to make their test debut

Afghanistan is all set to make their historic test debut. Keeping in mind their exceptional growth in last few years ICC have given them and Ireland the much awaited test status making them permanent members of the board. Afghanistan will play their first ever test against India in the Chinnaswamy stadium in Bengaluru from June... Continue Reading →

Kohli penalized for misbehaviour

Indian skipper Virat Kohli has been penalized for misbehaving with the on-field umpire Michael Gough in the test that concluded today. The incident happened on the third day when the match resumed after the rain. In the 25th over Kohli continuously kept complaining about the damp ball due to the wet outfield.When his wish wasn't fulfilled, in... Continue Reading →

South Africa vs India First Test- As it happened

The first test between the top two ranked sides ended on the 4th day with 18 wickets falling in the batting graveyard of Capetown. The test match eventually lasted three days with the rain hampering the play on the third day. The host crushed the visitors by 72 runs with more than three and a half... Continue Reading →

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