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India captain Virat Kohli has hot out at critics of his chop and change policy saying that the hypothesis is quite bizarre and that it does not affect his players.

West Indian pace legend Michael Holding feels that Hardik Pandya is not yet the Test-quality all-rounder India are looking at. Pandya has struggled with the ball in England, and has only played cameos with the bat.

At a press conference ahead of the must-win Trent Bridge Test, India coach Ravi Shastri spoke about poor form of Ajinkya Rahane, fitness of Virat Kohli and also paid

Virat Kohli, the Indian captain, admitted that India had nowhere to hide after the drubbing at Lord’s at the hands of England by an innings. He also stated that perhaps they got their combination wrong for the game.

Three former India captains Sourav Ganguly, Bishen Singh Bedi and Virender Sehwag have criticised the Indian team after their horrible surrender at Lord’s. Read what they said

England pacer James Anderson was extremely pleased with the manner in which he bowled to claim another five-wicket haul at the hallowed Lord’s as India

Virat Kohli has earned praise from none other than former Aussie skipper Steve Waugh after his brilliant knock of 149 at Edgbaston.

Playing an extra batsman in the second Test against England at Lord’s will be a conservative move as the Lord's surface seems more bowler-friendly than Edgbaston, opined India bowling coach Bharat Arun.

Australian former pacer Glenn McGrath praised Ishant Sharma but feels he needs to have his role in the team defined. Ishant had a good first Test