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Former South Africa all-rounder Lance Klusener feels all-rounder Hardik Pandya will be vital for India’s chances if they want to do well in the Test series.

September 4 is significant in the history of cricket for a couple of important occurrences. Here’s a look

As South Africa prepare to take in India in the four-Test series to begin soon, we look back at the previous tours of the Proteas to India. We begin with their first-full tour, in 1996-97

With Jacques Kallis retiring from one-day cricket, and thus ending his international career, we do a comparative study of Kallis and other prominent all-rounders who played in his era.

South African pace bowler Kyle Abbott made a sensational Test debut, picking up 7 for 29 on day two of the Centurion Test. The figures are the second best by the South African in his debut Test, and best ever by a Proteas bowler in his first Test innings. Thanks to Abbott’s brilliant debut, Pakistan were cleaned up for 156, and were asked to follow-on.

Pakistan's Javed Miandad was the first batsman to do so, when he hit Chetan Sharma for a six to give Pakistan a thrilling one-wicket win in the Australasia Cup final at Sharjah in April 1986.

It’s pretty much T20 season in cricket, with World T20 being followed almost immediately by the Champions League T20.