Let`s accept the team selectors have given us: Gavaskar

Former India cricket captain, Sunil Gavaskar on Wednesday said the selectors should not be afraid of dropping non-performing players but refused to criticize the selection of the side for the upcoming Asia Cup.

Gavaskar slams rotation of players, wants to field best team

Former captain Sunil Gavaskar on Tuesday slammed the proposed rotation of the top-order batsmen in the Indian team in the cricket tri-series in Australia, saying that it suggested that the players were unfit.

T20 cricket could crush everything: Jones

Twenty20 cricket is like a runaway train, which would crush Tests and One-dayers if it is not handled properly, warned former Australian cricketer Dean Jones.

Clarke says team-first attitude, sacrifice led to triumph

Australia whitewashed India 4-0 with just one Test going the full distance of five days.

Indian cricketers must take blame for drubbing in Tests: Chappell

Team India players should take the blame for their 4-0 drubbing in the Test series against Australia because they simply were not having a go, former Australian captain Ian Chappell has said.

3 or 4 players have played their last Test in Aus: Gavaskar

Former captain Sunil Gavaskar on Friday said that at least three senior cricketers may not be selected again for the national Test team after what has already turned out to be a disastrous tour for India.

Rahul`s fluency of footwork, Viru`s hunger on decline: Sourav

Former India captain Sourav Ganguly feels that Virender Sehwag`s "hunger to succeed" and veteran Rahul Dravid`s "fluency of footwork" is on the decline.

No need from kneejerk reaction, says Srinivasan

The Indian cricket team is being hammered by Australia but BCCI President N Srinivasan on Wednesday said there is no need for a "kneejerk" reaction and the players should not be put under pressure.

We won`t show any sympathy to Tendulkar: Clarke

In his quest for a 4-0 whitewash, Australian skipper Michael Clarke said his team would not show any sympathy to Sachin Tendulkar, who remains unbeaten at the end of day two of the fourth Test here and desperately seeks his 100th international century.

Don`t think that I have been unlucky, says Ishant

Ishant Sharma has been toiling hard for the past one month but does not have results to show for his on-field efforts during the tour of Australia.

India seek to avoid whitewash, Oz aim to complete rout

The series is lost and their reputation is in tatters but India will make a desperate bid to avoid a whitewash when they take on Australia in the fourth and final Test on Tuesday, hoping to redeem some of the lost pride.

Ojha should have been in the team: Ganguly

Former captain Sourav Ganguly says that he is at a loss why the star-studded Indian batting line-up failed to perform once again in the third Test against Australia at the WACA which, contrary to the view of other cricket experts, he said was the best batting-friendly pitch.

Give Dhoni another chance: Lara

West Indian batting great Brian Lara on Friday came in support of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, saying the under-fire Indian skipper "deserves another chance" despite the drubbings in England and the ongoing tour of Australia.

Getting Indian batsmen out is pretty rewarding: Hilfenhaus

The prized wicket of Sachin Tendulkar might have eluded him so far in the series, but Australian speedster Ben Hilfenhaus says "so long as somebody gets him" he is happy.

Harris the equal of any quick I`ve played with: Clarke

Australian skipper Michael Clarke has lavished praise on right-arm fast bowler Ryan Harris, saying that he is the equal of any quick that he has played with in the recent past.

Wood dismisses WACA pitch controversy

Dismissing the outrage in the Indian media after groundstaff were captured in camera sitting and drinking on the pitch, the WACA chief executive Graeme Wood clarified it was customary for the groundsmen to have a drink on eve of a Test match to celebrate their hard work.