We are at the business end of the tournament and it is worth reflecting on the journey that has brought us at Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings, Rajasthan Royals and Sunrisers Hyderabad to this stage. Anil Kumble
Young players should learn from the raging spot-fixing controversy. Javagal Srinath
To say the least, I am shocked to learn that Sreesanth, my India teammate, is allegedly involved in the most heinous act that a sportsman can commit. Gautam Gambhir writes.
There was a time when cricket looked upon T20 as a saviour. However, following revelations of another major corruption scandal in the lavish spending Indian T20 league, officials must now be wondering about the wisdom of opening up more fixing avenues to the crooks. Ian Chappell
The disgust and outrage over spot-fixing is justified because corruption destroys the foundation of sport and fair play. The outrage and anger in part is because cricket is so precious to us. And in a country as diverse as ours, cricket is fantastic glue.
It's been a gloomy couple of days in the league due to the sad news about the spot-fixing scandal. A lot's already been said about what's happened, so I'm not going to add fuel to fire. Chris Gayle
We’ve made life a little difficult for ourselves after that defeat to Kolkata and that means today’s clash against the Kings XI and our final game against Chennai Super Kings are must-win encounters. Chris Gayle
After last year’s high we’ve been left to worry about other results as much as our own. We need to win our remaining two games and some of the other results also need to go in our favour. Gautam Gambhir
I love the spectacle of dancing down the crease, one, two and three….bang the ball sailing over the head for a six. The romance of the bat chasing the ball is so enchanting. I compare this stroke for my love for the black Yamaha RX 100.Gautam Gambhir
It's never fun to get a taste of your own medicine. That's what I realised in the match against the Kings XI Punjab when David Miller capped off an amazing knock by dispatching me for a six to win the game for his team. Chris Gayle
Mitchell Johnson and Lasith Malinga are completely different bowlers who rely on totally different skill-sets, writes Anil Kumble
Despite the rich skills of foreign players that light up the T20 league, it is a domestic tournament the BCCI floated six seasons ago with the noble intent of promoting young Indian talent, writes Amrit Mathur.
It has been a wonderful last few days for us at Mumbai Indians, with comprehensive wins at home against the Chennai Super Kings and Kolkata Knight Riders, writes Anil Kumble.
I saw the light at the end of the tunnel. But sadly it was not the proverbial tunnel rather the end of the five or six tunnels we crossed on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway today, writes Gautam Gambhir.
Ever since the 26/11 terrorist attacks on Mumbai, returning to the city brings a strange feeling. Even amidst the disappointment of being dropped from the one-day side and knowing that we are under the pump this season, the thought of that fateful night was very much with me, writes Gautan Gambhir.