• WV Raman

    WV Raman played 11 Tests and 27 ODIs for India between 1988 and 1997. He is now a coach and columnist. You can follow him on @wvraman
Do away with bowling restrictions in T20 cricket

Do away with bowling restrictions in T20 cricket

Four overs is too short a period, it’s time quality bowlers are accorded special privileges read more

Bumrah’s attitude, Pandey’s chutzpah stand out

The intelligent paceman and the mercurial Karnataka batsman were the biggest gains for India from the ODI read more

The Parthiv hand in Gujarat’s resurgence

The captain has led from the front, but having courted success, the team’s biggest challenges lie read more

The triumph of spirit and will

Struck down by the fury of nature, Tamil Nadu unearth several heroes with Ashwin’s boys in read more

The rise and rise of the amazing Ashwin

The offspinner’s evolution into a teasing, taunting, probing bowler has been fascinating to watch

South Africa need to put on a show for de Villiers

Batsmen must get rid of the demons in the mind and focus on technical adjustments going into the 100th Test of Bangal

The Shastri-Naik spat, and its ramifications

India must make home advantage count, but too many cooks don’t help the cause of a curator

Rabada’s control and maturity have been exemplary

With Dhoni delivering the goods up the order, it is time Raina stepped in to the role of the finisher

Exciting South Africa will be a treat to watch

Three different captains for the three formats should make for interesting viewing

Dravid’s India A team, the supply line

The temptation to dilute the‘A’ team concept must be avoided if it is to deliver the desired results

Sangakkara’s adaptability as rare as it was legendary

Very few batsmen succeed in all formats as the recently retired Sri Lankan

Batsmen need to take responsibility in five-bowler set up

The pursuit of 20 wickets is good, but Kohli will have to be patient as the team makes necessary adjustments

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