Chappell feels Test cricket will continue to survive but going forward it will remain restricted among traditional cricketing nations.
The substantial depth in the Indian cricket team has made them a formidable outfit, feels the former Australian skipper
Chappell praised Kohli for backing Test cricket, and said that players need to seriously think about the future of red-ball format
India and England will go head-to-head in a five-match Test series, starting August 4 in Nottingham
Besides Ravichandran Ashwin, Ian Chappell picked Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami and Kagiso Rabada among the top-five best bowlers right now, while keeping Pat Cummins at the top
Ian Chappell's views are in contrast to incumbent Tim Paine, who recently said he will have no qualms about the former skipper, Steve Smith, returning to the job
India, which is grappling with a devastating second wave of coronavirus pandemic with cases rising by over 4 lakh everyday, is scheduled to host the T20 World Cup in October-November
Former Australian captain Ian Chappell's belief stems from India's incredible depth of talent and their recent success ratio
Rishabh Pant scored 97 and 89 not out against Australia in Sydney and Brisbane, then topped it up with a ton against England in Ahmedabad
Axar Patel and Ravichandran Ashwin claimed 11 and 7 wickets respectively to help India beat England by 10 wickets in the third Test
Ian Chappell lauded Joe Root for improvements in captaincy and consistency with the bat, but said England skipper can still learn the 'art of perception and psychology'
Under Rahane, India made a remarkable comeback in Melbourne after their humiliating loss in the first Test in Adelaide
Chappell rejected banning bouncers but talked about strengthening laws regarding the protection of lower-order batsmen
The run-up to the Test series between India and Australia was marked by a series of blows to the head and concussion-related substitutes, reviving the debate around the use of bouncers by fast bowlers
India captain Virat Kohli will be on a paternity break after the first Test and the onus will be on Ajinkya Rahane to steer the ship in the remaining three games of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy
Former Australian skipper Ian Chappell had suggested the ICC to ban switch-hitting saying the shot is "blatantly unfair" to the bowlers and the fielding team
Glenn Maxwell plays the switch-hit effectively and has hit quite a few in the just-concluded three-match ODI series, something which Ian Chappell termed "illegal"
The legendary player says that the series 'fate lies on selection choices'
A health worker checks body temperature of a passenger as a precaution against the coronavirus, at Dadar Railway Station in Mumbai.PTI Photo/Kunal Patil
A health worker checks body temperature of passengers as a precaution against the coronavirus, at Dadar Railway Station in Mumbai.PTI Photo/Kunal Patil
A man receives a dose of COVID-19 vaccine during a door-to-door vaccination campaign in Morigaon district of Assam.PTI Photo
Newly appointed Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral R Hari Kumar lays wreath at National War Memorial, in New Delhi.PTI Photo
Newly appointed Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral R Hari Kumar pays tribute to martyrs at National War Memorial, in New Delhi.PTI Photo
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