In this edition of the cricket podcast, we discuss the first three matches of the WT20 -- India's shocking loss to the Kiwis in the opener at Nagpur, Pakistan's return to form, and, of course, the Gayle shower of sixes which wiped away a decent effort from England.
We look at the past week's matches in I-League and AFC Cup, the unique mask protest staged by Mohun Bagan fans, discuss the upcoming national team camp and hear coach Stephen Constantine's own thoughts about what he looks for in players and his vision for Team India's immediate future.
THIS EDITION of the TFG Cricket Podcast gets into a detailed analysis of the ICC World T20 Championship in India.
In this edition of the TFG Football Podcast we talk about a week of upsets and disruptions in the I-League. The big story focuses on the controversy surrounding AIFF banning Mohun Bagan coach Sanjay Sen for 8 matches. Punishment for FC Goa related to the ISL final fiasco, and reactions from the clubs and fans forms part of this story. Plus what will happen over the coming week in the AFC Cup and I-League.
IN THE FIRST EDITION of the TFG Cricket Podcast, we discuss the surprisingly seamer-friendly wickets that have been seen in the ongoing Asia Cup T20 and much more
NEWS EMERGING about the proposed merger of the ISL and I-league takes centre stage in this week's episode of TFG Football Podcast.
In this edition of the podcast we discuss the I-League -- poised interestingly in the midway stage -- along with upcoming fixtures in the league as well as the AFC Cup.
THE PINK TEST is in the books. We conclude our special coverage from Adelaide with Ayaz talking about the future of Day/Night Test matches. We also discuss the India-South Africa Test series, and Ayaz's trip to the iconic Don Bradman museum. Â
Ayaz talks about the controversial Nathan Lyon decision, the countries that could soon adopt the Day Night Test culture with a pink ball, and the way Test matches are playing out as batsmen struggle to stay at the wicket. Also about his conversation with Ravi Shastri on the Indian batsmen.