A catalogue of my work, arranged by genre.

Anustup Majumdar makes rescuing Bengal from trouble a habit

He expertly handled a fired-up Karnataka attack to ensure his team didn't fall behind in the semi-final

India Tests home season review

India finish a relatively smaller home season of five Tests with most things in place

The Saha masterclass on keeping against a swinging pink ball

In the first session, Saha probably had to contend with more swing than any batsman, but he aced that challenge

Commitment from BCCI, players has kept Test cricket on top in India – Kohli

The Indian captain pointed at the incentivised contracts for Test-only players, and how well they in turn had responded…

Will India take the No. 6 gamble with Jadeja abroad?

If India do so, it will give them an option to play a fifth bowler and make them a better rounded side

Ishant Sharma unveils a new weapon

Already a menace to left-handers from around the wicket, he now seems to have added a new dimension to that line of…

Bangladesh wilt in the face of Mayank Agarwal’s ruthless restraint

The opener has worked out a method to make his starts count, and it seems to be working at Test level too

Ashwin and Shami turn up Indore’s volume

Drift and deception soon after lunch. Reverse (or was it conventional?) swing in both directions just before tea. What…

KPL – Karnataka cricket’s problem child?

Put together in 2009, the KPL has time and again run into controversy. Here's a complete lowdown

Big match, high stakes? Better call Faf

Faf du Plessis brought his trademark patience and resilience to the fore against Delhi Capitals, underlining once again…

Delhi Capitals and the madness of youth

Shaw and Pant smashed Sunrisers' attack on a tough pitch and, after a wobble, an ice-cool Paul finished the job and…

Sunrisers’ vintage bowling attack takes them back to winning ways

After three successive losses, they relied on the depth in their attack, some solid bowling plans and a bit of fortune

RCB look strong as ever, but might struggle with team balance

With Shimron Hetmyer and Marcus Stoinis joining the pack, Virat Kohli's team has the firepower to change their recent…

Two overs of genius from Glenn Maxwell

The two T20Is turned into the Maxwell show as a brilliantly calculated hundred was able to overcome even Jasprit Bumrah

Bhuvneshwar or Shami – who will be India’s second seamer?

There's little to separate the two at the moment, making it a happy selection headache

Ambati Rayudu breaks India’s middle-order drought

He became the first batsman from outside the top three to score an ODI hundred for India since January 2017