After his 168* on Day 2, Rahul was honest enough to term the Feroz Shah Kotla track a batting delight.
Responding to Central’s 276, South rode on Rahul’s 168* to end the day on 308/3, a lead of 32 runs.
Rohit (142) and Manish (111) floored Sri Lanka before the visitors finished 88 runs short of the target.
The reason for the left-arm spinner’s makeover was BCCI’s recent drive to weed out bowlers with suspect action.
Marvan Atapattu, the newly-appointed head coach must make his mark with the World Cup round the corner.
A good performance against the depleted Sri Lankan attack must not be hyped, feels Harsha Bhogle.
Pakistan can seal their first series win over Australia in 20 years, and also lift their Test ranking.
No.3 batsman toils for 79 off 153 but Central Zone slip to 237 for 7 against South Zone at stumps on day one.
Former Australian captain Steve Waugh was the other cricketer to enter the Bradman Hall of Fame.
Mathews feels his team cannot be complacent against India even when the hosts are without Dhoni.
A commentator even said that the stairway towards the commentary box was “stinking like hell.”
ICC said that a comprehensive analysis had revealed that all Senanayake deliveries exceeded 15 degrees.
Fans would also have a last look at Sangakkara and Jayawardene who are expected to retire after the 2015 World Cup.
Central Zone finish at 237/7 against South Zone on Day 1 of Duleep Trophy final; Bist scored a fluent 79.
Chinaman Kuldeep Yadav on how he got one of the biggest hitters in the game in his backyard.