Will Kohli end up the Bradman of ODI batting?
In him and MS Dhoni, India have two of the all-time greats of the format
Jadhav, Dhoni clinch series win in tight chase
They absorbed pressure and added an unbroken 121 after Chahal's 6 for 42 had limited Australia to 230
Brettig: Chahal's record haul ends with the victory it deserved
Agarkar also took six wickets at the MCG in January 2004, but India lost the game. Fifteen years later, they found themselves at the right end of the result
Happy to bat at any number - Dhoni
India captain Kohli, though, feels that he is "best suited" for the No. 5 spot in ODIs
Agarkar: Dhoni the best batsman of the series
Brad Hodge, meanwhile, was impressed by Jhye Richardson
No one can replace MS Dhoni - Ravi Shastri
The India coach also says his target is to try and build a team that can win consistently in overseas conditions
Kohli, Dhoni star as India force series into decider
After the captain set up the 299 chase with a hundred, Dhoni and Karthik calmly finished it with four balls to spare
'Tonight was an MS classic'
MS Dhoni came in with 139 needed off 118, took it to the last over and hit the six that all but sealed it for India. Virat Kohli was very appreciative of him
Virat Kohli lives in all our heads, rent-free
It's not only India fans who are obsessed with him
Vijay Shankar ready for ODI leap
The memory of the Nidahas Trophy final is in the past for Vijay Shankar. Since then, he has worked on his ability to finish an innings in 50-over cricket
Pant very much part of World Cup plans - chief selector
MSK Prasad said the wicketkeeper-batsman, a 'champion in the making', wasn't part of the Australia ODIs because he needed rest
Shubman Gill's meteoric rise through the India ranks
The 19-year old has built a record so good that he's about to become an international cricketer one year after making his first-class debut
Rohit thinks Dhoni at No. 4 is 'most ideal'
Brushing aside strike rates, he felt Dhoni's 96-ball 51 was imperative to arrest a top order meltdown
Richardson's 4 for 26 trumps Rohit ton
Handscomb propels Australia with vital half-century as they go 1-0 in three-match series
Vote: Where does Australia's latest kit rank among their greatest?
While Finch's men will hope their new retro kits bring with them renewed fortune, go ahead and vote for your favourite Australian ODI kit
Pandya and Rahul suspended pending inquiry
It is likely the pair will miss the remainder of the Australia tour and the upcoming limited-overs tour of New Zealand
'The record I want at the end of my career is to be happy'
Langer to Renshaw: Think about now, don't worry about selection
Australia's coach suggested the opener had previously become sidetracked by thoughts of a berth in the team before it had come to fruition
Eyes on the Ashes: Australia's Test squad talking points
The future of Shaun Marsh, the quest for an allrounder, Matthew Wade's chances and the fast-bowling back-up were all areas addressed by Trevor Hohns
Big Things, big sixes, and cricket in toilets
In Australia, the attractions come super-sized
Chopra: Why Bumrah is hard to face
A look at the factors that make him a challenge for batsmen
World Cup slots pretty much filled - Rohit
Rohit also feels the absence of Australia's mainstay fast bowlers in the ODI series will not make the contest any less challenging
'Careless whispers' about Maxwell leave Langer fuming
In a terse press conference, Australia's coach reiterated that Maxwell's Test omission had nothing to do with factors outside of cricket
Manjrekar: How Kohli has changed India's attitude
His passion and intensity convey themselves to his team-mates and inspire them
'One of India's greatest ever touring sides'
Sanjay Manjrekar and Ajit Agarkar analyse each of India's three big overseas tours in 2018
Bal: Celebrate the historic moment, but don't ignore history
To become the first Asian team to win a series in Australia is fantastic, but it's a win that has been two decades in the making
Brettig: Defeated Australia measure wages of impatience
The whole of the Australian game was in a hurry to try and find answers in a year of disarray and it left them no match for India's class
Bumrah rested; Siraj named replacement for Australia ODIs, NZ tour
Siddarth Kaul was also added to the T20I squad for the three matches in New Zealand next month
Australia win bigger than World Cup: Kohli, Shastri
India's captain and coach had different reasons but shared the sentiment, as they celebrated India's first-ever Test series win in Australia
India break into the 'Che-Che-Che'
With three centuries in the series, Cheteshwar Pujara finally earned the unquestioned confidence of the team management, but couldn't quite master the celebratory jig
Which is India's best away series win?
Where does India's first win in Australia rank among other great away series wins? Have your say by voting.
No differences over bowling tactics - Paine
Tim Paine insisted there had been no falling-out in the team, after interviews by Nathan Lyon and bowling coach David Saker suggested tensions had emerged
The puzzle of Mitchell's stark struggles
The Australia quick's recent dip may well be an issue of form or confidence, not helped by the team's ball-management policy and the batting
Australia's selection policies under the microscope
CEO Kevin Roberts says an important question to ask is whether there is enough emphasis placed on performance over potential
What lies ahead for Aaron Finch and Mitchell Marsh in Tests?
With the return of Steven Smith and David Warner looming, and no mid-season first-class cricket in the offing, both Aaron Finch and Mitchell Marsh appear to be a long shot for the Ashes
Labuschagne, Australia's unlikely No. 3, learns from Pujara
A surprise choice for first drop, Marnus Labuschagne spent the opening day at Sydney watching and learning from his Indian counterpart, Cheteshwar Pujara
Monga: Bumrah, a wise, autonomous freak
Armed with an unorthodox action and a sharp bowling brain, Jasprit Bumrah has staked legit claims to being the best bowler in the world across formats
Stump-mic talk comes true as Pant turns Paine's babysitter
A photo shared by Paine's wife on social media showed the Indian wicketkeeper interacting with Paine's children
Cummins and Australia puzzle over lack of old-ball help
From the wrong choice of balls to pitches not being abrasive enough, Australia haven't had the best luck producing reverse swing against India
Australia's selection headaches before Sydney
The home side will have to resolve issues around the batting order, while balancing the bowlers' workload
MCG pitch rated 'average' by ICC
The rating eased some pressure off the ground management and staff, following last year's "poor" rating
#AskChappelli: Whom should Australia play in Sydney?
Ian Chappell answers your questions after India's win over Australia in the Boxing Day Test at the MCG
Monga: Kohli sits back and listens as bowlers rule
Overseas wins used to seem like miracles to Indian fans not too long ago. With the attack the team has now, they no longer should
India go 2-1 up to retain Border-Gavaskar Trophy
Rain washed out the first session on the final day, but India took less than five overs to dismiss Australia and win by 137 runs
'Don't want to be facing Bumrah' - Kohli
India's captain singled out the quick for special praise after they secured a 2-1 series lead over Australia and retained the Border-Gavaskar Trophy
Paine's Australia in dire need of Smith and Warner's return
After the Melbourne defeat, the Australia captain bluntly admitted that the team has been unable to fill the hole left by the duo
Australia call up Labuschagne as Mitchell Marsh slumps
The allrounder is averaging 28 with the bat and 59 with the ball this season but could feature in Sydney as Australia attempt to level the series
O'Keeffe 'devastated' by Indian reaction to on-air comments
'I am coming to terms with how negatively those words have been interpreted. That interpretation is not who I am. It is not what I represent'
Brettig: MCG meltdown the best PR for Smith and Warner
At a time when their faces fill your TV screens and newspapers, their names are glaringly absent from Australia's scorecard
Exhausted Pat Cummins gets belated reward
Having taken four quick wickets late on day three, the fast bowler said Australia could still 'dare to dream' on a pitch he felt was still 'pretty good' to bat on
MCG spectators evicted over racist taunts
Chants of 'show us your visa' were a regular feature of the first two days, leading to a formal warning from CA to spectators in the bottom tier of the Great Southern Stand
He is un-sexy, he talks gobbledygook, he is Justin Langer, he is me
Inside the MCG's pitch reboot
Matt Page, the MCG curator, on the process and planning behind the changes to the pitch, after last year's "poor" rating
Monga: Will we see more sweeps from India at MCG?
Lyon has become a major threat, taking nine of his 16 wickets off defensive shots. Sweep could be a lower-risk option to put the pressure back
Jadeja was fit when picked for Australia tour - MSK Prasad
MSK Prasad said that in a fitness report presented at the time of selection, Ravindra Jadeja was found to be "absolutely fit" and was hence picked for the Australia tour
MS Dhoni back in India's T20I squad, Umesh dropped
Rishabh Pant is out of India's ODI squads for the Australia and New Zealand tours, while Manish Pandey has been dropped
'Important for Dhoni to play more international matches' - Dasgupta
Deep Dasgupta gives his verdict on India's ODI and T20I squads for the tours of Australia and New Zealand
Ravindra Jadeja carried injury to Australia tour
India's injury management is in the spotlight after Ravi Shastri revealed that Jadeja was nursing a shoulder injury even before landing in Australia
We'll take a call on Agarwal on Monday - Shastri
The India coach also shot back at critics who 'shoot blanks from a million miles away'
Mitchell Marsh likely to replace Handscomb at MCG
Australia coach Justin Langer has called the allrounder an "attractive commodity" on account of his bowling ability
Finch's finger 'felt like it was going to explode'
The opener remains unsure how comfortable fielding will be but has no concerns about his place in the Boxing Day Test
Can the Test series hold its own against the BBL?
The two matches so far have been a great advertisement for the format, but is there too much cricket competing for people's attention?
What they said about Kohli's aggression in Perth
A host of former cricketers have offered their takes on his on-field antics; where do you stand?
Aakash Chopra: Is KL Rahul's problem technical or mental?
He has given the impression of having a solid game for all formats. What has gone wrong in Australia?
Australia blow away lower order to level series
Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins terrorised India's tailenders as Australia wrapped up a 146-run win, Tim Paine's first as captain
Kohli defends no-spin attack, and Umesh over Bhuvneshwar
India's captain said he might have played four quicks in the Perth Test even if R Ashwin had been fit
Ishant-Jadeja spat throws spotlight on use of stump mics
Plenty of exchanges have been picked up during the first two Tests as the role of the host broadcaster becomes increasingly dominant
'As long as there is no swearing, the line doesn't get crossed'
The two captains seem to have come to an understanding over what exactly the 'line' is in this Australia-India series
By performance and behaviour, Paine's men draw their line
Leadership has not broken the new captain, instead it has strengthened his authority and skill
Mitchell Marsh pushes Handscomb in unchanged Australia squad
Handscomb has had his technique picked apart by India, but Australia may want a fifth-bowling option for Melbourne anyway
Monga: Kohli's method and Rahane's madness
The India captain took no risks on a pitch with pace and bounce but the vice-captain was more than happy for the ball to come onto his bat and then fly away to the boundary
Breaking down a Virat Kohli masterclass
Social Story - Rahul's weak zone
All the action from Day 2 in Perth, as chronicled by Twitter
Brettig: Harris steps up to give Australia a foothold
Marcus Harris took guard first up in Perth, for the first time in first-class cricket. Selflessness and teamwork on display, and it did the trick for his side
Ponting's history with Ishant steels Finch
Ponting's lessons from a decade ago helped Finch make headway in his battle to prove himself as a Test opener in home conditions
Usman Khawaja: 205 balls, one boundary
If crease occupation turns itself into a substantial innings, Khawaja's method is not a problem, but, so far this series, the tactic hasn't translated into runs
Unchanged Australia call in Ponting for test of fundamentals
Ponting's advice followed time-honoured lines of Perth - leaving the ball on length, being selective on balls to drive and cashing in on the cut and the pull
Under-scanner Ishant works hard to rectify no-ball problem
Ishant had missed out on two wickets in Adelaide because of overstepping, but the no-balls not called on the field have also attracted scrutiny
Monga: In praise of cranky old WACA
It may not always have been the most pleasant viewing experience, but it is difficult to not be sentimental about the most singular cricket ground in the world
Marcus Harris in Perth: the return of the prodigal son
The key for the opener will be to ensure he builds on the dual scores of 26 with innings of greater heft to match his obvious skill
Best group of quicks India have had - Bowling coach Arun
India's bowling coach said that consistency was a big issue on previous tours, and the bowling group has responded extremely well to correct that
WATCH: Bangar keeps an eye on Vijay, Rahane
Virat Kohli gets some practice at the slips and Parthiv Patel imparts some knowledge onto Rishabh Pant
Monga: Kohli takes conservative route to victory
The India captain prized 'control' the most on the final day in Adelaide, and his bowlers delivered that for him
Kohli reveals how the no-balls 'pissed off' Ishant
While most of the Indian team joyfully celebrated their victory over Australia, Ishant Sharma was visibly upset with the five no-balls he bowled