Deep Dasgupta

Author: Deep Dasgupta



Stories By Deep Dasgupta

भारत की विश्व कप टीम लगभग तैयार, कुछ जगह भरना बाकी

भारत की विश्व कप टीम तैयार, बस सवाल है सिद्धार्थ कौल या उमेश यादव, रिषभ पंत या दिनेश कार्तिक।

India's World Cup jigsaw almost complete, barring two pieces

If India can get Rahul and Pant a couple of games against Australia, it will further add further shape.

Will selectors pick Vijay Shankar, KL Rahul and Jaydev Unadkat in India's World Cup squad?

There's no reason to change India's last ODI squad, but surprises could be in store.

Wonderful sight: Change of symbolic baton from master Dhoni to protege Pant

Watching Rishabh finish 2nd T20I in presence of Dhoni for me was like symbolic handing over the baton. It was a wonderful sight to behold.

India played the wrong XI in Wellington T20I

Why did India pack three wicketkeepers and three allrounders in their side?

India being bowled out for 92 was an aberration

But was handing Shubman Gill an ODI debut when he's unlikely for the World Cup the right move?

Eccentricity key for rare allrounders like Hardik Pandya

Hardik and his ilk need a little more hand holding and patience than other cricketers.

Mohammed Shami: Unsung hero of India's solid year

Shami has turned things around after a difficult phase and that is credit to him.

With World Cup looming large, India need Hardik Pandya back

Pandya fits the bill as the fifth bowler who can bat and fill in as the third seamer.

Eye on World Cup, India must build middle order around MS Dhoni 2.0

The team will look to capitalise his game reading and calmness to manage the innings.

India shine in shorter formats, but opportunities missed in Tests

With more contributions from the rest of their batting, the story could ve been different.

After MCG jubilation, spare a thought for how great 2018 could have been for Indian cricket

2018 was a year of missed opportunities where India could have won all three series had the batsmen save Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara towards the rear end contributed a bit more.

Deep Dasgupta backs Rohit Sharma to open with Mayank Agarwal at the MCG

Former India stumper Deep Dasgupta reckons if you have to throw someone in the deep end, might as well throw somebody with experience.

Bowlers have carried faltering batsmen through the season

Relentless Ishant Sharma, phenomenally talented Mohammed Shami and the menacing Jasprit Bumrah have set a template