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  • Disha Shetty

    Disha Shetty is Senior Staff Writer at Wisden India. She tweets @disha_shetty.
Yuvraj Singh – still good enough, and how!

Yuvraj Singh – still good enough, and how!

Virat has showed a lot of trust in me and it was important that people in the dressing room trust me, says the hero of read more

Yuvraj-Dhoni special seals series for India

After veteran duo’s 256-run stand, Morgan leads spectacular chase but Ashwin steps up as hosts read more

Yuvraj, Dhoni pulverise England

Middle-order maestros slam centuries, put on 256 as India recover from 25 for 3 to amass read more

Series on the line, England scramble for first win against confident India

Kohli’s men hope to iron out opening woes while visitors will look to seize their chances read more

It’s business as usual at the Barabati

Despite the en masse exit of ineligible office-bearers, the OCA seems to have all bases including prickly security covered

With focus on Kohli, Jadhav puts his tennis-ball lessons to good use

I always take every pressure and every hurdle as an opportunity to succeed and to get closer to my aim, says India’s Pune ODI hero

India seek to crack opening blues

With Dhawan struggling for consistency, Rohit out injured and Rahane not making the most of his chances, there is a definite vacuum at the top

Kohli dazzles, Jadhav sparkles as India hunt down 350

Home side ride on twin centuries to take a 1-0 lead in three-match series against England

Stokes blast takes England to mammoth 350/7

Allrounder builds on half-centuries from Roy, Root as visiting side post highest-ever ODI total against India

Yuvraj there to share Dhoni’s burden, says Kohli

New captain to depend entirely on his predecessor on DRS – “it's not left for any further debate”

Kohli era begins with test against English power-play

With the Champions Trophy around the corner, both teams have a lot of nagging issues to sort out, and that has to start from the first ODI

India and England seek to fill gaps ahead of bigger challenges

Midway through the four-year World Cup cycle, both teams have the Champions Trophy in their sights and fine-tuning to do

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