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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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Australia leads England 11-4 at the Gabba

Australia leads England 11-4 at the Gabba

2 days ago

As the Test at the Gabba, Brisbane, starts on Thursday, let’s do some sums. Of the 20 Ashes matches played at the Gabba, Australia has won 11, lost four, with five drawn.

2017-18 Ashes set to break 32-all historical deadlock

2017-18 Ashes set to break 32-all historical deadlock

16 Oct 2017

Much has been written on the Ashes, with the next instalment coming up in the Australian summer. But did you know that the Ashes wins are currently tied 32-all?

Behrendorff goes off in India

Behrendorff goes off in India

12 Oct 2017

Australia’s current tour of India looked a nightmare for Australian supporters until Tuesday morning. After losing the ODIs 1-4, Australia was 0-1 in T20 when the second T20 international commenced in Guwahati.

Australia’s ODI ranking plummets on the verge of series whitewash

Australia's ODI ranking plummets on the verge of series whitewash

26 Sep 2017

Despite Aaron Finch’s brilliant century in the third One Day International at Indore on Sunday, India won by five wickets to clinch the series 3-0.

With no Lyon in India, Australia might struggle

With no Lyon in India, Australia might struggle

12 Sep 2017

I still can’t believe it. What, no Nathan Lyon in the squad for India? Sounds like “no, no, Nanette” to me.

Handscomb’s gritty innings reminiscent of Deano’s tied Test heroics

Handscomb’s gritty innings reminiscent of Deano's tied Test heroics

7 Sep 2017

Watching Peter Handscomb’s heroic innings in the Chittagong Test against Bangladesh on Tuesday reminded me of Dean Jones’ never-say-die double century in the Chennai tied Test in September 1986.