Pink – the new colour of Test cricket

Pristine white flannels, glistening bats, bright yellow stumps and a pink ball -- after years of being 'boring', cricket went metro-sexual at Adelaide Oval. From today, pink is the new red. I switched on the TV set with a degree of non-approval. The purist in me didn't like the idea of tinkering with the Test... Continue Reading →


Storm in a dust bowl: Smack the pitch up

Hashim Amla and Dean Elgar started Day 2. Amla and Elgar ended Day 2. Not out. Only 20-wickets apart. It spun. It spun square. It bounced, it crawled. It stopped, it skidded. There are days that move a Test match forward. Day 2 at Nagpur threw the game into a tailspin. On a rank-turner, South... Continue Reading →

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