• Saurabh Somani
  • Saurabh Somani

    Saurabh Somani is Assistant Editor at Wisden India. You can follow him on twitter @saurabh_42
Stokes the star as Pune snap Mumbai’s winning streak

Stokes the star as Pune snap Mumbai’s winning streak

Rohit fifty keeps 161-run target in sight before canny death bowling scripts narrow three-run win for Smith’s side. read more

Even wicketkeeper Ojha finds Rashid hard to read

A full-timer behind the stumps will hold onto the tough chances and make all the difference read more

How about a little Dhoni respect, Mr Goenka?

Kicking anyone when he is down is tasteless; to do so to one of the legends of read more

Uthappa, spinners script 17-run win for Kolkata

All-round bowling performance, led by spin trio of Narine, Kuldeep and Pathan, stifles Hyderabad after home read more

Be it Dhoni or Manjrekar, let’s have permission to dissent

Sport will only grow from healthy debate, an opposing voice doesn’t immediately deserve a mighty backlash

De Villiers special can’t deny all-round Punjab

Axar-led attack restricts Bangalore to 148 for 4, which Amla, Maxwell chase down for eight-wicket win

10,000 Test runs don’t matter to de Villiers, a major trophy does

He might never play the longest format again, and he’s definitely not going to be keeping wickets – “My back won't allow that,” says the South African champion

Doubter de Villiers bowled over by Kohli’s transformation

I doubted he had leadership qualities, but he has found a way to deal with his emotions, says admiring South African

Smart buys could rid Punjab of wooden spoon

Handing the captaincy to Maxwell could prove to be a masterstroke as Sehwag plots rise of the Phoenix

IPL 10: Missing in Action XI trumps all contenders

What are the best combinations for the eight teams, and what would it have looked like if all the injured (and banned) players had been around?

A scandal in Bangalore and the men with the twisted lip

Even the greatest detective and his loyal companion would agree: some mysteries of India v Australia are best left unsolved

March 14, 2001: Laxman, Dravid, and the improbability of immortality

One day’s play, 90 overs, 335 runs; two men, and only two, batting – we’ll never see the like again

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