At the beginning of the series, it was clearly stated that Australia would be favourites to win the series, but also that things could change quickly if Rangana Herath gets his act right. For the third time in the series, at Colombo
When the fourth day of the Colombo Test began on Tuesday, the match was well-balanced. Rangana Herath's six-for the previous day meant that Australia's lead was restricted to a negotiable 24 despite fascinating hundreds from skipper Steven Smith and Shaun Marsh.
If Pakistan were told at the beginning of the Test series in England that the end result would be a 2-2 draw, they would have taken it without much complaints. After all, they did not arrive in England with a team of high pedigree.
When a team finds itself at 126 for 5 in the first innings of a Test, it is very difficult for that side to make a comeback. But, India did exactly that, thanks to some special efforts from both their batsmen and their bowlers
Pakistan continued their great run in The Oval Test for the second consecutive day to clinch the match by an impressive margin of 10 wickets, and in the process draw the series 2-2. After Younis Khan took the game away from England on the previous day,
Australia went into the Test series against Sri Lanka as favourites, and performed very much to expectations on the opening day of the first Test at Pallekele. Winning the toss was about the only thing that Angelo Mathews did right on a tough Tuesday
After all the build up, India will finally begin serious business when they take on West Indies in the first of the four Tests beginning on Thursday. Although West Indies is not among the strongest opponent in Test cricket
As England take on Pakistan in the first match of the Test series at Lord's, all eyes will be on Pak pacer Mohammad Amir. Life will come a full circle for the pace bowler when he steps on to the hallowed turf.