• Dileep Premachandran
  • Dileep Premachandran

    Dileep Premachandran is Editor-in-chief at Wisden India. You can follow him on Twitter  @SpiceBoxofEarth
When Yuvraj is in flow, all’s right with the world

When Yuvraj is in flow, all’s right with the world

Under-19 champion to young achiever, party boy to World Cup winner, from cancer survivor to Redemption Man, it has been a life less ordinary read more

De Villiers has earned the right to choose his exits

With few peaks left to scale in Test cricket, and the World Cup a burning ambition, the read more

Panesar, Sriram aren't wizards, but they have wisdom to offer

It may not change the scoreline in Australia's tour of India, but the duo can point read more

Kohli, Kane and fear as an illusion

For those at the peak of their athletic prowess, the world is limitless – as the Indian and read more

Australia's not-so-sweet 16 leaves India licking their lips

Maxwell, Marsh and Agar's selections more Hail Mary pass than inspired, with too much depending on Smith, Warner, Starc to fire

Amla, full of grace – in life and at play

His focus and serenity make the champion batsman a role model for a generation of cricketers, and not just South African

Awayitis isn’t only Pakistan’s problem – but poor fitness is on them

When Australia were thrashed in Sri Lanka and England undone in India, the gulf between home and away sides was just as stark

Dhoni's captaincy stamp, in sun and shadow

The sense of calm in India’s most successful skipper was both his greatest strength and a cross to bear

Foolhardy actions come back to bite BCCI

The sacking of Thakur and Shirke has stemmed from the Indian board's indifference to the Supreme Court’s diktats

2016 in Review: Cricket at the cusp of another golden age

With 40 out of 47 Tests producing outright results in 2016, the longest format remains healthy; the likes of Ashwin, Kohli, Root, Smith, de Kock can take credit for that

Cook defers captaincy question

Moeen and Rashid not as good as Ashwin and Jadeja, concedes England skipper while reflecting on ‘blood, sweat and tears’ of India tour

Jadeja a bad-wicket bowler? Far from it, says Kohli

He was relentless and I wasn’t able to cope with it, accepts Cook after being dismissed for the sixth time in the series by the left-arm spinner

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