Cricket News sort by Mudhsuden Singh Panesar

Former England left-arm spinner Monty Panesar who was hired by Cricket Australia to work with the team’s

In an interesting move, Cricket Australia has hired former England spinner Monty Panesar as its spin-bowling consultant, as the Aussies prepare for the tough four-Test tour of India starting from next month

In a big blow to England left-arm spinner Monty Panesar, he has lost his contract with Surrey following the ugly urinating incident in a night clubsome days ago.

Indian origin left-arm spinner Monty Panesar has lost his contract with the Sussex Cricket Board on disciplinary basis. The 31-year-old Monty will be allowed to leave the club at the end of the 2013 season according to the Sussex Cricket Board.

England has made two changes to their squad for the Third Test at Manchester. Left-arm spinner Monty Panesar, who was the architect of England’s elusive Test Series win in India recently...

India have traditionally got the better of most opponents at home courtesy their spinners, who have used the helpful conditions at home to great advantage.

England have leveled the Test Series against India 1-1 with a clinical 10-wicket victory well inside Lunch on the fourth day of the Mumbai Test. It took England a little over an hour to wrap up the match as India surrendered its last three wickets meekly to leave a target of just 57.

India are on the brink of an embarrassing defeat in the Second Test at the Wankhede Stadium. The hosts’ eagerness to play on a square turning pitch to trouble the English batsmen has backfired completely and an inevitable defeat is looming large early on Day 4.

England have gained the upper hand over India in the Wankhede Test at Mumbai by finishing Day 2 at a strong position of 178 for 2 in 65 overs.