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From an 'unselectable' bowler to the hero of third Test, Finn has turned a corner and things are finally falling in place for the lanky seamer.
After conceding a 145-run lead, Australia, riding high on the brisk David Warner, are keeping England on their toes at Edgbaston.
With series wins over India, Pakistan and South Africa, Bangladesh cricket is on the rise.
Chris Rogers scored 95 and steered Australia in the second session before England came back in the game with 3 wickets.
Australia had some frustration in store in the opening session of Day 2 as they fail to wrap up home team quickly.
Against England, and in England, Steve Smith would like to improve his record.
Ravindra Jadeja, Dhoni's Man Friday for years, is fading away with poor performances with both bat and ball.
In a chat with The Indian Express, James Faulkner explains why he is the captain's go-to man, on death bowling and yorkers.
Bailey talks about the frequent shuffles in the playing XI, the road ahead and the 'hard decision' of leaving players out.
KXIP's Miller reveals what he likes the most about Virender Sehwag's game and more.
A man of very little words, Gurcharan was the second coach in the country to win the prestigious Dronacharya.
Was Saif's act the worst ever on live television? 'Bade Aaram Se.' Well, the pun is intended.
Johnson's 9-ball 27, fiery 2/50 spell with the ball clearly made the difference.
Here's a look at the moments where the South Africans 'choked' against New Zealand.
There was much more to the game than Martin Guptill's double. Here are some of them.
Costly drops and inability of batsmen to convert starts Pakistan a ticket back home.
Here's a look at the five talking points from a rather one-sided quarter-final.
India will not take the Tigers lightly knowing what they did to them in 2007.
Playing his last game for Sri Lanka in the coloured clothing, Mahela didn't quite have a fairytale end.
With the quarter-finals of the World Cup kicking off on Wednesday, the indianexpress.com takes a calculated risk.
Kohli was out there for testing 60 deliveries, scored 46 runs and hit only three, yes three, boundaries.
Different team, stiff challenge but the same old questions for Team India to answer.
Dhoni was in a similar zone during the 2011 edition, but came out all guns blazing when it mattered.
Kohli's ton was the highlight of Sunday's match, but Indian bowling too made things difficult for Pakistan.
India meekly surrendered against Australia but the defending champions have a couple of reasons to cheer about.
With fitness issues left too late to address, India are racing against time to field a fit XI for the World Cup.
The competition was put on hold after members alleged that the ground rentals have gone up.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s retirement from Test cricket is a blessing in disguise for Team India.
The Indian vice-captain reached three-figure mark, punched in the air, acknowledged the crowd and took Johnson on.
While the scoreline makes it India's day, Steve Smith - unbeaten on 72 - ensured the honours were evenly shared.
India again found it difficult to get rid of the tail quickly and allowed the Aussies to get a handsome lead of 97.
Umesh's fiery bowling, Warner's innings, Rogers gritty innings and more talking points from Day 2's play.
Australia got the second day off to a good start, but India pulled things back before Tea.
Skipper Smith tried everything but wasn't able to get the kind of results one expected from the hosts.
The afternoon session was just the period of play Australia were looking for.
Only one wicket, a good 89 runs on the board and the first session well and truly went India's way.
Through two broad chapters on the investigation and the trial, Avirook Sen presents how the Talwars were hit with a double whammy: a shoddy and insensitive investigation by the UP Police and the CBI and what Sen believed was a premeditated judgment.