Wednesday, Dec 01, 2021

Allan Border

'Aussies Up Against Strongest Batting Opposition'

Jan 19, 2004 Allan Border

'These batsmen are backing themselves to take Lee on, there have been dropped catches and missed shies at the stumps and somehow the bowlers are left holding their heads in their hands'

'India Are No Longer Poor Travellers'

Jan 16, 2004 Allan Border

'The hard-nosed, terrier-like approach have been the attributes of the team which has not taken a backward step in the series'

India Need To Carry The Hard Edge

The tail completely lost the plot. John Wright needs to sit down with the guys and tell them of their responsibility

'One-Dayers Will Be Bumper Draw'

Jan 08, 2004 Allan Border

'Australia would be looking to make a point. The likes of Adam Gilchrist who failed in the Tests would play as if to prove a point. It is amazing how people who have lost form suddenly get it back via one-day cricket'

'Chasing A Dream, One Needs To Be Bold'

'The debate whether India should have asked Australia to follow-on will linger. There are no easy answers'

31 December, 2003

Sachin Still The Best

Allan Border

Tendulkar is a bit down in the dumps, but he is good enough, is not an old man and has not lost his ability.

24 December, 2003

'Lee Can Ruffle Indian Feathers'

Allan Border

'Brett offers pace, bounce and aggression. The Australians are hoping he must be holding himself back for a special Test match return at the MCG'

17 December, 2003

'Good Guys Do Not Always End Up Losers'

Allan Border

'Dravid had been solid but an unsung hero. He is now coming onto his own. Quite a contrast to the fate he had suffered the last time around'

10 December, 2003

'India May Need Kumble's Skill'

Allan Border

'Harbhajan doesn't appear the same bowler to me. He wasn't able to get his drift, curve and spin which has been his hallmark. India can't let bowling be their weak link.'

02 December, 2003

'India Need To Play Their Cards Well'

Allan Border

'I think the Indians should look to take their four best bowlers. If two of their best four are spinners, then so be it. They could also show themselves positive and aggressive by having five bowlers'

Photo Gallery

India's Pusarla V. Sindhu competes against Denmark's Line Christophersen during their women's singles Group A badminton match at the BWF World Tour Finals in Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia.

AP Photo/Dita Alangkara

Doctors and others from the medical fraternity participate in a cycle rally to raise awareness on HIV and AIDS on World AIDS Day, in Prayagraj.

AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh

Congress MP Gaurav Gogoi speaks in the Lok Sabha during ongoing Winter Session of Parliament, in New Delhi.


JKNC MP Hasnain Masoodi speaks in the Lok Sabha during ongoing Winter Session of Parliament, in New Delhi.


India's Srikanth Kidambi competes against France' Toma Junior Popov during their men's doubles Group B badminton match at the BWF World Tour Finals in Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia.


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