Mitchell Johnson, Josh Hazlewood may miss Bangladesh Tests
Mitchell Johnson, Josh Hazlewood may miss Bangladesh Tests

Australian pace bowlers Mitchell Johnson and Josh Hazlewood could miss next month`s Test series in Bangladesh so they can rest ahead of a busy summer schedule.

India vs Sri Lanka, 3rd Test: Three things we learned
India vs Sri Lanka, 3rd Test: Three things we learned

India emerged victorious in the three-match Test series under skipper Virat Kohli, ending a 22-year-old barren run on Lankan soil. India won the series 2-1 and was led by an impressive performance by the bowlers to get them home despite a fight from the hosts.

Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson​ Mandela have future test series named after them
Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson​ Mandela have future test series named after them

Australia and England might have the Ashes but India and South Africa have evoked the memory of two iconic historical figures to name future cricket series between the two countries.

India vs Sri Lanka: Classy Cheteshwar Pujara stakes claim of regular spot in Test team
India vs Sri Lanka: Classy Cheteshwar Pujara stakes claim of regular spot in Test team

India's Cheteshwar Pujara has claimed a stake in the Test team to play on a regular basis after striking a ton in his comeback match. The Saurashtra batsman who has been looked over recently has been warming the bench off late.

I don't see very bright future for Test cricket: Arjuna Ranatunga
I don't see very bright future for Test cricket: Arjuna Ranatunga

In wake of the poor attendance in the ongoing Test series between Sri Lanka and India, former Sri Lanka captain and current member of parliament Arjuna Ranatunga believes the International Cricket Council (ICC) is to be blamed for the dwindling interest in the longer format of the sport.

3rd Test: India vs Sri Lanka 2015 - Preview
3rd Test: India vs Sri Lanka 2015 - Preview

 Virat Kohli`s buoyant India will chase their first series win in Sri Lanka in 22 years when the third and decisive final Test starts in Colombo on Friday.

Veteran Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh to marry girlfriend Geeta Basra in October: Report
Veteran Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh to marry girlfriend Geeta Basra in October: Report

Veteran Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh is set to marry his long-time girlfriend Geeta Basra in October. The marriage ceremony will take place in Phagwara, about 20 km from Jalandhar, in Punjab on October 29, according to a report in the Hindustan Times.

2nd Test, Day 3: India vs Sri Lanka - As it happened...

After a fine ton by Sri Lankan skipper Angelo Mathews, Indian bowlers fought back to put India ahead in the 2nd Test.

Michael Clarke sees fifth Ashes Test over in three days
Michael Clarke sees fifth Ashes Test over in three days

Retiring Australia captain Michael Clarke Thursday said the fifth and final Ashes Test against England could be over in three days, and admitted the odds were stacked against his team.

Opening woes for skipper Virat Kohli ahead of 2nd Test against Sri Lanka
Opening woes for skipper Virat Kohli ahead of 2nd Test against Sri Lanka

In-form opener Shikhar Dhawan's injury in the ongoing Sri Lankan tour has raised a matter of concern for inexperienced skipper Virat Kohli.

Brilliant team effort resulted in great turnaround: Angelo Mathews
Brilliant team effort resulted in great turnaround: Angelo Mathews

 Sri Lanka skipper Angelo Mathews called his side's 63-run win in the first Test against India a "great turnaround", saying that a "brilliant team effort" saved the day for the hosts after they were in the dumps for the major part of the match.

Post-Galle defeat, Indian skipper Virat Kohli reignites contentious DRS debate
Post-Galle defeat, Indian skipper Virat Kohli reignites contentious DRS debate

Indian Test captain Virat Kohli today made it clear that the issue regarding the use of the controversial Decision Review System (DRS) needs to be deliberated after the end of the ongoing three-Test series against Sri Lanka.

We got no one to blame but ourselves: Virat Kohli
We got no one to blame but ourselves: Virat Kohli

 Left to rue India's failure to finish the first cricket Test against Sri Lanka inside three days, captain Virat Kohli today made no bones about his side's embarrassing capitulation, saying "we got no one to blame but ourselves".

Rangana Herath dazzles as India sink to shocking defeat in first Test against Sri Lanka
Rangana Herath dazzles as India sink to shocking defeat in first Test against Sri Lanka

In an extraordinary twist to the game, India capitulated to an embarassing 63-run defeat in the first cricket Test against Sri Lanka, who scripted one of the most remarkable turnarounds in recent Test history.

Ajinkya Rahane sets world record for most catches by non-keeper in single Test
Ajinkya Rahane sets world record for most catches by non-keeper in single Test

India's Ajinkya Rahane broke the world record on Friday after taking eight catches in a single Test match by a non-wicketkeeper in the history of the game. He achieved the feat in the first Test match against Sri Lanka in Galle.

India vs Sri Lanka: Ajinkya Rahane stands up as responsible slip fielder
India vs Sri Lanka: Ajinkya Rahane stands up as responsible slip fielder

India's slip fielding has found a suitable candidate in Ajinkya Rahane who looks to be a safe bet in the position after impressing against Sri Lanka in the first Test match at Galle.

India vs Sri Lanka, Day 1: R Ashwin's six-for puts India on commanding position
India vs Sri Lanka, Day 1: R Ashwin's six-for puts India on commanding position

 Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin spun a web around Sri Lankan batsmen with a six-wicket haul as India dismissed the hosts for a paltry 183 in the first innings to gain the upperhand on the opening day of the first cricket Test here.

India vs Sri Lanka: R Ashwin's maturity paying dividends for visitors
India vs Sri Lanka: R Ashwin's maturity paying dividends for visitors

Ravichandran Ashwin spun Sri Lanka to a low score of 183 in the first innings of the Galle Test match on Wednesday. Ashwin stood out amongst India's four other lead bowlers and made a big contribution for the team to give them impetus in the first Test match.

Being relieved of keeping was the best thing: Kumar Sangakkara
Being relieved of keeping was the best thing: Kumar Sangakkara

 Veteran Sri Lankan batsman Kumar Sangakkara on Tuesday said being relieved of the gloves behind the stumps in Tests was the "best thing" that happened to his career.

I haven't seen Donald Bradman but have watched Kumar Sangakkara, says Angelo Mathews
I haven't seen Donald Bradman but have watched Kumar Sangakkara, says Angelo Mathews

 In a fitting tribute to Kumar Sangakkara, Sri Lanka skipper Angelo Mathews spoke of Don Bradman and the retiring great in the same breath, calling him the most "consistent batsman he has ever seen".