After contentious decisions in this first Ashes test Amit Acharya looks at India's stance on the decision review system.
For England the wait goes on: a five-run defeat by an energetic – and energetically supported – India in a rain-ravaged Champions Trophy final deprived Alastair Cook of the chance to become the first England captain to lift an ICC 50-over trophy.
Ian Bell ensured England's Indian winter ended on a high – and not only because they were playing in this spectacular Himalayan setting.
There could be no wild Friday night celebrations for England in the dry state of Gujarat after the nine-run victory over India in the first ODI, although the Saurashtra Cricket Association did lay on a spectacular display of fireworks and lights to mark the first international at this spacious new stadium.
Meet the new boss: only slightly different from the old boss.