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Kersi Meher-Homji

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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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Don’t worry Virat, batting failures happen to the best (Part 2)

Don’t worry Virat, batting failures happen to the best (Part 2)

22 Mar 2017

In Part 1, I compared Virat Kohli’s lean batting trough in the current series against Australia with Greg Chappell in Tests and ODIs against Pakistan and the West Indies in 1981-82.

Don’t worry Virat, batting failures happen to the best (Part 1)

Don’t worry Virat, batting failures happen to the best (Part 1)

21 Mar 2017

India’s captain and master batsman, Virat Kohli with 4497 runs at 49.90 in 56 Tests, is passing through a rough patch against Australia.

Retiring Voges an unsung hero of Australian cricket

Retiring Voges an unsung hero of Australian cricket

16 Mar 2017

Adam Voges retired from international cricket on Wednesday as one of the most underrated men to play Test cricket.

Test series still in balance after the Bangalore roller coaster

Test series still in balance after the Bangalore roller coaster

8 Mar 2017

India won the second Test at Bangalore on the fourth day, beating Australia by 75 runs to level the series 1-all.

India buried in their own dustbowl as O’Keefe shines

India buried in their own dustbowl as O'Keefe shines

26 Feb 2017

There were talks of India winning the Border–Gavaskar Trophy 4-0 in India, triumphing in the first Test in Pune by a huge margin.

Warner should carry SCG turf to India

Warner should carry SCG turf to India

25 Jan 2017

On Monday night, David Warner won back-to-back Allan Border Medals and was named One Day International Player of the Year.