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Kersi Meher-Homji

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Kersi is an author of 13 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 Cricket's Conflicts and Controversies with a Foreword by Greg Chappell.

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What can Australia do to reverse the loss in Dubai?

What can Australia do to reverse the loss in Dubai?

5 days ago

What a thrashing Australia received at the hands of Pakistan in the first Test at Dubai yesterday. Winning and losing is part of the game but to be smashed by 221 runs is embarrassing for a team ranked among the top two in Test cricket. Well, the thrashing was actually by eight wickets and 221 […]

Sachin and Steve made Bradman honourees, but where are Garry, Richie and Viv?

Sachin and Steve made Bradman honourees, but where are Garry, Richie and Viv?

9 Oct 2014

Both Sachin Tendulkar and Steve Waugh deserve congratulations for being made Bradman honourees. On and off the field they have been exemplary. They will be awarded the Bradman Honouree award on 29th October at the Sydney Cricket Ground, followed by a gala dinner. This annual award was inaugurated in 2006 and the first to receive […]

India continue their rollercoaster ride in England

India continue their rollercoaster ride in England

5 Sep 2014

The roller coaster ride for the Indian cricket team continues in England, from a bottomless pit in their final three Tests to a Himalayan peak in one-day internationals. What happened to turn disasters into triumphs for the mystifying Indians? It can be summed up in two words – Suresh Raina. Omitted from the Test squad, […]

Home and away Tests, more than just a TV soapie

Home and away Tests, more than just a TV soapie

21 Aug 2014

Home advantage has always played a big part in cricket, as it probably has in all international sports. But these days it makes a huge difference in Test cricket. As India will be touring Australia this summer, let us analyse the home-and-away series results since 1996-97 when the Border-Gavaskar Trophy was inaugurated. In Australia, Australia […]

England smash India to smithereens in three days

England smash India to smithereens in three days

11 Aug 2014

There is no disgrace in losing a Test, but to be thumped by an innings in three days – 14 hours and 15 minutes to be precise – is humiliating. India suffered such embarrassment in the Manchester Test on Saturday. This from a team boasting quality batsmen Murali Vijay, Virat Kohli, Cheteshwar Pujara and Gautam […]

England complete ten-day turnaround against India

England complete ten-day turnaround against India

1 Aug 2014

What a turnaround in 10 days! On July 21, Indian supporters were on the top of the world as the national side beat England in the second Test at Lords by 95 runs to lead 1-0 in the Pataudi Trophy. Ten days later they were in despair as England annihilated them in the third Test […]

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