India vs England 2014: 3rd Test, Day 4 - As it happened...

Live updates of the 4th Day of third Test match between India and England at Southampton.

India vs England 2014: 3rd Test, Day 3 - As it happened...

Live update of the 3rd Day, third Test match between India and England at Southampton.

India vs England 2014: 3rd Test, Day 2 - As it happened...

Live update of the third Test match between India and England at Southampton.

India vs England 2014: 3rd Test, Day 1 - As it happened...

After India`s historic win at Lord`s, England`s cricket team plunged into crisis mode. As both teams prepare to battle it out in the 3rd Test, the pressure is clearly on the hosts.

India vs England 2014: 1st Test, Day 5 - As it happened...

As a result of a record last-wicket partnership between Joe Root and James Anderson, England made a spectacular comeback in the first Test against India. At stumps on Day 3, India were leading by 128 runs with seven wickets remaining.

`Outsider` Karthik hopes to lift team spirit in Asia Cup

Pressed into service after injury to Mahendra Singh Dhoni, wicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik today said being an "outsider", he can add a bit of freshness to India`s Asia Cup campaign after the battering in recent international engagements.

Asia Cup: Virat Kohli excited about captaincy challenge

Far from being bogged down by captaincy, Virat Kohli said he is looking forward to leading an under-fire Indian cricket team in the Asia Cup starting tomorrow even though it is a tough position to be in.

Asia Cup: Captaincy a big challenge for Virat Kohli

As a skipper, it would be the biggest challenge for Virat Kohli. Though the Delhi batsman had led the ODI team quite successfully in Zimbabwe last year, Asia Cup would be a real test of his captaincy skills.

Testing times for India in SA but unfair to judge so early: Bishan Singh Bedi

Former skipper Bishan Singh Bedi believes it will be "testing times" for the India cricket team in South Africa but said it would be "unfair" to judge the young outfit so early.

Jadeja fancies Aussie skippers as targets

Left-arm orthodox bowler Ravindra Jadeja seems to have taken more than a liking for Australian captains, having clinched their wickets six out of seven times in the ongoing Border-Gavaskar Trophy series against Australia.

India are on the wane and vulnerable: Lawson

The retirement of some batting greats and the recent failure to dominate England with spinners on home soil make India a "vulnerable" side in the upcoming Test against Australia, former cricketer Jeoff Lawson has commented.

Scoring 1st ODI century still remains my best moment: Tiwary

Manoj Tiwary feels that his maiden ODI hundred against West Indies at the Chepauk last year was the best moment of his career.

Duncan told me that planning an innings is key: Wriddhiman

Wriddhiman Saha has been scoring runs with monotonic consistency after coming back from the tour of Australia.

India will miss Dravid, particularly overseas: Sehwag

Virender Sehwag on Saturday paid rich tributes to Rahul Dravid, who has announced his retirement from international and domestic cricket.