— Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) January 2, 2019
Confusion reigns at the SCG regarding India’s team selection.
Throw the names up in the air, let them land how they will and pick your teams from that. Some ducks and drakes and plenty of guesswork at training today. We'll learn who is playing at the toss. #AUSvIND
— Melinda Farrell (@melindafarrell) January 2, 2019
We expect greater things in 2019 from Windies’ sole reminder of their dominant era.\
2018 has been an absolute blessing. Despite all that has gone on I have still managed to keep my that smile on my face and my head up. Truly blessed and all I want is to bring on this year… https://t.co/54RgU4TdE2
— Jason Holder (@Jaseholder98) January 1, 2019
Virat Kohli’s side was the best advertisement for Test cricket in a long time.
#2018InReview #1 Golden year for Test cricket. The most result-oriented in history, with 43/48 ratio, and with average run differential of 13.94 between the winners and losers, the margins closest in 15 years. And India were the best thing for Test cricket all through
— Sambit Bal (@sambitbal) January 2, 2019
It is all on the line at Sydney.
Compared to 2018, India's 2019 Test schedule is easy post Sydney.
WI- Away- 2
SA- Home- 3
They should win almost everything and dominate.However tomorrow’s game is the most important Test this year and the only one fans are likely to remember.
— Gaurav Sundararaman (@gaurav_sundar) January 2, 2019
2018 was Sandeep Lamichhane’s year.
Going back through 2018 photo files during the last week and found one of my favorite sequences that went unpublished from WCL2's Miracle at Windhoek: @IamSandeep25's extremely theatrical (& successful) lbw appeal to remove Dhanuka Pathirana of Canada in the first innings. Enjoy! pic.twitter.com/PpiMCxPnyX
— Peter Della Penna (@PeterDellaPenna) January 2, 2019
Both the Marsh brothers have gone more Tests than him without a ton.
I hope Glenn Maxwell has a GTA V save with a bunch of cheats loaded up and loads it up and goes on a 20 minute rampage every time a Test squad is announced.
— Rudi (@RudiEdsall) January 2, 2019
Now he is just showing off!
— KFC Big Bash League (@BBL) January 2, 2019
Cricket’s most iconic teacher is with us no more.
Sad to hear about the passing of Achrekar Sir. Man who instilled grit & discipline in Mumbai cricket 🏏
— Rohit Sharma (@ImRo45) January 2, 2019
Tribute to the man who transformed Indian cricket.
The person who gave birth to my cricketing career is You Ramakant Achrekar Sir, You will be missed. Rest in Peace. My Sincere condolences to the Achrekar family pic.twitter.com/8ML7jN0B8Z
— VINOD KAMBLI (@vinodkambli349) January 2, 2019