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Kersi Meher-Homji

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About

Kersi is an author of 14 cricket books including The Waugh Twins, Crcket's Great All-rounders, Six Appeal and Nervous Nineties. He writes regularly for Inside Cricket and other publications. He is busy with his new book on From Bradman to Kohli -- Best of Australia - India Test cricket with Forewords by Allan Border and Sunil Gavaskar .

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Swinging series in Sri Lanka ignored in Australia

Swinging series in Sri Lanka ignored in Australia

21 hours ago

Although both The recent Ashes and India in Sri Lanka Test series were roller-coaster cricket, there was a big difference.

Smith and Root behind roller coaster Ashes

Smith and Root behind roller coaster Ashes

25 Aug 2015

What a paradoxical end to a roller coaster series! Did you notice the expressions on the faces of the rival teams at the award presentation on Sunday?

Arthur Morris was a master batsman with sense of humour

Arthur Morris was a master batsman with sense of humour

23 Aug 2015

I did not have the pleasure of seeing Arthur Morris bat, but met him a few times at the Australian Cricket Society meetings in late 1990s.

Equal the Don? Clarke’s chance for a record-breaking last Test

Equal the Don? Clarke's chance for a record-breaking last Test

18 Aug 2015

Only four batsmen in the history of Test cricket have scored centuries in their first and last Tests.

Simultaneous sayonaras to Pup and Sanga

Simultaneous sayonaras to Pup and Sanga

13 Aug 2015

On Thursday, August 20, Michael Clarke and Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara will farewell Test cricket; Clarke at The Oval, against England, and Sangakkara at Colombo, against India.

A sad swan song for Clarkey

A sad swan song for Clarkey

9 Aug 2015

Congratulations to England for regaining the Ashes so convincingly after thrashing Australia in the first Test in Cardiff, in the third Test in Birmingham and yesterday in the Ashes-losing fourth Test in Nottingham.

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