A thumping finish: India v England, 4th Test review

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A thumping finish: India v England, 4th Test review

We discuss the fourth Test between India and England in Ahmedabad.

Talking Points:

  • India’s terrific achievement across eight Tests
  • A triumph of depth for the Indian team
  • Axar’s 27 wickets and his perfect debut series
  • Why Ashwin’s value to the side is double that of their best batsman
  • Mohammad Siraj – the classic Indian fast bowler
  • Rahane, Pujara and the problems of mortality
  • Rohit Sharma’s ability to tune his game as per the conditions and situation
  • Rishabh Pant, Washington Sundar and the value of time against pace
  • Washington’s possible future as a top-order batsman
  • Looking ahead to the World Test Championship final

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Kartikeya Date (@cricketingview)

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan (@sidvee)

Ashoka (@ABVan)

Mahesh Sethuraman (@cornerd)


A two-day shootout: India v England, 4th Test review – 81allout podcast

A tale of two series – Kartikeya Date

The full range of Rohit Sharma – Karthik Krishnaswamy – ESPNcricinfo

Munaf Patel: A fast bowler and the slow life – Sriram Veera – Indian Express

Ravi Shastri sees glimpses of himself in Washington Sundar – Outlook India

What Rishabh Pant did in the last two months, no one would do that in a lifetime: Ravi Shastri – NDTV.com


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