India wobble before rain washes out second day
Cheteshwar Pujara was unbeaten on 47, but the rest of the line-up did not fare as well in bowler-friendly conditions
Krishnaswamy: Pujara's narrow 'V' brings him success
India's No. 3 painstakingly got the better of Sri Lanka in very testing conditions by carefully choosing which balls to hit and playing straight
How India's internationals have fared since their last Test.
Rahane keen to 'evolve' with more shots
The middle-order batsman was seen trying a few reverse-sweeps and reverse-laps against spinners ahead of the first Test in Kolkata
Important to play five bowlers against good sides - Chandimal
He said that using five bowlers - to aid in taking 20 wickets in the match - and staying energetic in the field was important against Pakistan and will remain so in India
Runorder: Will Sri Lanka put up a better performance this time around in India?
Ashish Nehra, Ajit Agarkar, Cyrus Broacha and the team at ESPNcricinfo discuss if Sri Lanka can turn things around against India this time
Time for Mathews to put troubles behind him
The former Sri Lanka captain has not been the batting rock he could be for a while now. Can he do the job in India?
'I asked for the rest' - Hardik Pandya
The India allrounder felt he needed time off to manage a few niggles and get "super fit" for the South Africa tour in January 2018
India face tricky call in Pandya's absence
Could the green Eden Gardens surface make the team management choose between Ashwin and Jadeja even before they reach South Africa?
Samson's brisk hundred makes SL bowlers toil
Sanju Samson struck 128 off 143 balls on the second day of the warm-up game
'Will look to continue playing with five bowlers' - Chandimal.
Pothas warns SL against 'infatuation' with India
The Sri Lanka coach says his side learnt lessons from the drubbing it got from India at home earlier this year, and comes to visit its in-form neighbour with a refreshed team culture
Want to protect Mendis' form, confidence - Labrooy
Explaining Kusal Mendis' omission for the India tour, Graeme Labrooy, Sri Lanka's chief selector, said the panel "didn't want to throw him to the deep end or take him and leave him on the bench"
Break for Mendis might be best way forward - Arnold.
Russel Arnold believes Kusal Mendis' can benefit by working on his game back home and regaining confidence after a string of low scores
Angelo Mathews declared fit for India tour
Kusal Perera and Asela Gunaratne are also expected to return to the national set-up when Sri Lanka fly to India
Sri Lanka set for packed India tour
The visitors will play three Tests, three ODIs and three T20Is over 37 days in November and December