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Sarang Bhalerao
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India vs England 2014: Are Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara Bulwarks Of Indian Batting Anymore?

Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara - the talented duo has managed to score just one half-century between them in 14 innings so far in England.

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India vs England 2014: Four or Five Specialist Bowlers - A Baffling Conundrum Ahead of Team India

What is the ideal number of specialist bowlers India should field in their playing XI in the Old Trafford Test match? The decision to play four specialist bowlers backfired in Southampton as Indian attack didn't look menacing at all.

The conundrum that baffles India post Southampton defeat will be the composition of the side. In the first two Test matches, MS Dhoni went in with five bowlers with Stuart Binny being the fifth option — a batting all-rounder who was backed to be a decent bowling option in the English conditions. That move failed to click with Dhoni not trusting Binny as a bowler.

What will be India's bowling line-up for the 4th Test?

Will they field two spinners hoping the wicket cracks up on the fourth and fifth day?

Will Pankaj get another opportunity or will India go for an out and out pace option - Varun Aaron?

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Six Chief Architects Of Lord's Triumph

It took India three years to register an away win. The win was special considering none of the top five batsmen had ever batted at the Mecca of Cricket, neither did their opening bowlers. Sent out to bat on a green top, the Indian team showed gumption for fight and registered only their second ever win in 17 attempts at Lord’s.

Here are the six chief architects of Lord’s triumph.

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Ravindra Jadeja: Can Sir Metamorphose To Lord?

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Yusuf's breathtaking knock takes KKR to 2nd position. 

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Robin Uthappa: Man On A Mission

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In 2008, Kings XI Punjab lost in the semifinal but had a very good campaign. Till 2013 the inaugural season’s semifinal appearance is their best performance in the Indian Premier League (IPL) history. There were a lot of frailties in the team composition – the batting unit failed to click consistently and bowling let them down on many occasions. In 2014, Punjab management impressed one and all in the auction, utilizing their purse wisely thus acquiring match-winners in the process. The team is now replete with game-changers. The Punjab roster now has hard-hitting batsmen, two of the world’s best all-rounders, one of the best fast bowlers in contemporary cricket and world-class Indian players. Will Punjab’s fortunes change in 2014? Will they finally be able to win the coveted silverware? Indiatimes analyses Kings XI Punjab squad.
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