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1 Comparing Pujara to Dravid is blasphemous

Cheteshwar Pujara is talented, but he has a long way to go before he can approach the level of Rahul Dravid.

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2 A look at AB de Villiers' Test career

Famous for his ODI and T20 batting blitzes, AB de Villiers has been impressive in Test cricket as well.

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3 Milestones & records from the 2017-18 Ashes

Lesser known statistics and facts that you may have missed from the recently concluded Ashes.

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4 Are Indian batsmen flat track bullies?

Their record at home is great, but can Kohli's side perform even when the conditions are not in their favour?

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5 India in the 4th innings

Whether at home or away, India have shown a lack of killer instinct towards the end of a match.

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6 Analysis of Steve Smith’s Test career

Steve Smith has already done enough to be considered amongst the greatest Test batsmen of all-time.

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7 David Warner's numbers game

The Australian opener is almost unstoppable at home, but needs to improve his traveling game to be considered great.

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8 Rangana Herath: Getting better with age

Sri Lanka's second-best spinner of all time has proved his worth over a long and fruitful Test career.

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9 The stats history of India, Sri Lanka and Kolkata

Before the 1st Test between India and Sri Lanka at Eden Gardens in Kolkata, let's take a look at their past performances.

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10 Kohli is a T20I legend

Virat Kohli is on his way to being the best batsman of all international T20 matches.

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11 Rohit & Virat: Brothers in destruction

Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli have improved their ODI batting in the past two years to become one of the best partnerships around.

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12 Are India's openers not capitalizing in T20s?

Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan are good openers, but India would benefit if they scored faster.

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13 The Elite ODI Sixers Club

Only 6 batsmen have hit 200 sixes or more in ODI cricket.

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14 The ODI journey of Hashim Amla

In less than a decade, the opening batsman from South Africa has become one of the greats of ODI cricket.

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15 Kohli vs Sachin @ 200 ODIs

Comparing Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli shows that both have truly exceptional numbers and performances.

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16 India-New Zealand stats preview

New Zealand are a competitive side who have a chance of breaking India's winning streak at home.

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17 The opening conundrum in Test cricket

Teams like England, Australia, South Africa and many others have had trouble finding a solid pair of openers.

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18 A milestone in sight for Dhoni

Mahendra Singh Dhoni is within striking distance of 10,000 runs in ODIs, and he deserves to get there.

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19 Virat Kohli: 30 before 30

Having scored 30 ODI centuries before he has turned 30, Kohli should now set his sights on greater targets.

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20 300 at home for Jimmy

James Anderson has taken 300 wickets at home, becoming the first fast bowler to achieve this feat.

Ravi Venkat TwitCount
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