On the face of it, nothing seems to have changed at the MRF Pace Academy - one Aussie great has replaced another as the head coach. Siddhartha Sharma discovers how ‘art of taking wickets’ has been added to the ever-reliable old syllabus.
The idea was to help seamers pick Sachin Tendulkar's brain on how to crack into a batsman's mind.
Karnataka batsman Karun Nair has been appointed Unmukt's deputy as the All-India Senior Selection Committee picked a 15-member squad.
Mustafizur is gifted with a strong wrist, which enables him to make the ball jump as well as break off the wicket.
Pawan Negi speaks to The Indian Express about his experience of playing as a bowling all-rounder in the IPL.
Another facet of this aggressive spinner is his pace variation.
Saurabh Tiwary no longer possessed the fear factor that he did in his early days.
Comeback man Zaheer stuns KXIP and despite Miller's effort, Delhi's opening stand ensures a smooth victory.
Looks like this IPL is not going good for Punjab spinners. Axar Patel explains what's wrong with KXIP.
Praveen Amre has been the go-to man for many young Indian batsman who want to resurrect their technique.
Gambhir was spot on in introducing Chawla who bowled three dot balls to McCullum before getting him with a wrong 'un.
RCB's fiery pacemen force the Delhi batsmen to tumble like pack of cards and trigger a soft dismissal for JP before Kohli-Gayle romp home.
Leggie takes 3 to skittle MI out after opening batsman cracks 83 to hand Delhi first win at home in 10 games.
Jiyas was clueless about his abilities as chinaman bowler and his coach was also surprised.
Domnic not only push batsmen on the backfoot with his pace but can also produce perfect yorkers at will.
Chasing 185 for a win, Royals rode on Hooda’s 25-ball 54 to achieve the target on the last ball of the innings.
Manan Sharma returned a five-wicket haul as Delhi pulled off a dramatic 90-run win.
Across streets and mohallas, WC conversations are in full swing. Everyday we lend our ears to those voices.
With two days remaining to be played in Patiala, a result is now a possibility.
Manan Sharma's gutsy unbeaten 77 was the lone bright spot in an otherwise poor batting show by Delhi.
Harbhajan is back in the side after missing three matches and it would fall on him to spin his side to glory.
Manan Sharma takes 8 of 19 Odisha wickets to fall on Day 3; Delhi win by innings & 150 runs.
This was Mohanty's fourth match this season and his five-wicket haul against Delhi has taken his season’s tally to 16.
Opener scores patient century, his third of the season, and sets up a platform for Delhi.
Despite no standout individual performances, Gambhir’s side lead Group B with 23 points.
Delhi have managed to collect 20 points so far and are placed at the top of the Group B table.
Delhi close in on bonus point after left-arm orthodox captures nine of the 16 wickets to fall on Day Three.
Virender Sehwag scores his first century of the season to help Delhi declare on 425 for 6.
If Unmukt was comfortable against Gujarat’s pacers, he was merciless against the spin.
In left-arm spinner Axar Patel’s absence, young Gujarat will have task cut out against Delhi.
Delhi who looked like they were running out of ideas. But the end eventually came for Rajasthan.
Responding to Rajasthan's first-innings score of 141, the Gambhir-led side declared their innings on 380 for six.
Mainly due to Sehwag (64) and Unmukt Chand (87*), Delhi take 60-run lead on a difficult Kotla pitch.
After Rajasthan's 141/10, hosts Delhi were 10/1 at stumps with Varun Sood and Unmukt Chand battling on.
A class-heavy Delhi face a in-transition Rajasthan in their third Ranji Trophy match on Sunday.
Steve Smith has played just 23 Tests for Australia so far in his brief Test career.
A chronicle of imperial rule in 19th century India, largely through the life and times of a clan of redoubtable Lowland Scots.