• Dileep Premachandran
  • Dileep Premachandran

    Dileep Premachandran is Editor-in-chief at Wisden India. You can follow him on Twitter  @SpiceBoxofEarth
I know what it’s like to bowl spin in India – and fail: Sriram

I know what it’s like to bowl spin in India – and fail: Sriram

Australia spin consultant excited about the exchange of knowledge that comes from cross-border coaching stints read more

Set aside the chopping block – Kohli is right, it’s no big deal

If criticism is based on one game, rather than the 19 that went before, it says more read more

“It’s been 4502 days” – Smith savours Test triumph

Australian captain says the lengths his spinners bowled kept dismissals in play throughout against home team’s read more

‘Sock’ leaves Smith proud after 12 for 70

O’Keefe says his main emotion after huge win in first Test is relief, credits partnership with read more

O'Keefe 12 condemns India to 333-run defeat

Australia left-arm spinner grabs 6 for 35, 12 for 70 overall, to bowl hosts out for 107 after Smith ton sets 441-run target

Five more for O’Keefe as India slide towards big defeat

Home side goes to tea on Day 3 at 99/6 in mammoth chase of 441

Amazing what can happen when captain believes in you: O’Keefe

Australian spinner credits inputs of S Sriram for turnaround where he picked up six wickets after ordinary first spell

O’Keefe revels in making his own luck

Left-arm spinner says Australia expecting India to fight back and prepared to work hard still to win the first Test

Rahul's shot injured him and the team, says Kumble

Coach defends team’s showing, says plenty of cricket still left in the first Test despite India’s poor position

O'Keefe, Smith leave India down for the count

Left-arm spinner’s career-best 6-35 helps shut hosts out for 105 before Steven Smith takes visitors 298 runs ahead by end of Day 2

The reverse route to success for ‘skiddy gas’ Umesh

Improved balance, shorter stride, better wrist position – Sanjay Bangar explains the Indian fast man’s rise up the charts

Never seen a pitch like that, says Renshaw after a “great day”

Expected them to be bowled out for around 230, admits Sanjay Bangar while praising Mitchell Starc’s counter-attacking innings

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