The highs and lows from India's last 12 months in Test cricket
How close was the England-India series?
A look at the winning chances for the teams in the fascinating five-Test series just past
A little grace and modesty please, India
Great teams make their name on dominating consistently, in all conditions, and don't rely on belittling their predecessors to do so
Negative bones, two-headed coins, feisty arguments: India's Test tour in their own words
India talked up a big game ahead of the Test series in England, and despite a 4-1 series loss, claimed to go back with a positive frame of mind. Here's a look back at a memorable Test series, in their own words
Cook's farewell showed the true Anderson - Vaughan
Former England captain Michael Vaughan says we got to see the real, emotional James Anderson at Alastair Cook's last Test
Did the 4-1 scoreline flatter England?
The England-India series was much closer than the margin suggests, but that's not to say that England were undeserving winners
Why England and India need to watch out against Australia
India's batting looks disappointing on current form, and England have issues with their opening batsmen and spin bowling
Graphic story - How England beat India
Their lower order and Moeen Ali were important factors in a 4-1 series win
Cookie, Jimmy, Rooty, Ravi: thanks for the stats, lads
What was The Oval Test all about? Numbers, of course
Where now for Shikhar Dhawan?
With an average of 25.80 from 15 Tests in South Africa, England, New Zealand and Australia, should he continue being one of India's first-choice openers?
'Last one to press the panic button when I see so many positives' - Ravi Shastri
In an exclusive interview with ESPNcricinfo, India coach Ravi Shastri takes stock of a draining tour of England
Have asked for warm-up games before the Australia Tests - Ravi Shastri
'Ideally we would want two three- or four-day games before a Test series,' India's head coach has told ESPNcricinfo. 'But do you have the time?'
Kohli, Ishant, Bumrah... and little else
Marks out of 10 for India's players - and their coach - after their 4-1 defeat to England
Keaton Jennings faces "nervous" wait ahead of Sri Lanka tour - Trevor Bayliss
James Vince, Rory Burns and Joe Denly feature prominently in England's thoughts ahead of selection meeting
Adil Rashid's strange series ends with a little bit of magic
In one Test he did nothing except walk around the outfield, in the others not much more, but in the final innings of the series Rashid produced the ball he was selected for
Anderson adds the edge in England's bits-and-pieces summer
From Curran's courage to Malan's misses, here's who made the grade for England this summer ... and who didn't
If India want to win overseas, they need to not care too much about winning at home
Why picking your teams based on the need to succeed abroad is the way to go
Strange selections and the Ashwin question - five mistakes that cost India
Virat Kohli said after the series defeat to England that his team is competitive enough to win overseas, but that they need to first rectify mistakes. What are they?
Curran's Kapil act; Kohli's one-man show
Some of the stand-out numbers from the five-match Test series came from the fast bowlers of both sides and India captain Virat Kohli
Don't rest me for winter tours, James Anderson tells selectors
Fast bowler believes eight-week break until Sri Lanka Tests will be ample time to recover from exertions in India series
James Anderson overtakes Glenn McGrath - The milestone moments
James Anderson has become the most prolific wicket-taking fast bowler in the game's history. We look back at the key milestones of his 15-year career
'I'm glad Cookie was on the field for that wicket' - Emotional James Anderson pays tribute to best mate Alastair Cook
As Anderson passed Glenn McGrath's record, the retiring Cook called him "England's greatest cricketer"
Anderson: Cook is an idol to me and the team
England bowler James Anderson discusses Alastair Cook's retirement from international cricket and how different it will be without him at future match
It was about giving Cook a good send off, not the record - Anderson
James Anderson wanted to make sure Alastair Cook had a winning send-off against India
When in doubt, give the ball to James Anderson
India still had a lot of runs to get, but a miracle chase was being talked about when Joe Root recalled his main man. Once again, he delivered