Sportskeeda has a distinguished panel of experts who analyse the game and point out intricacies that often go unnoticed in the wider context of the game. Here is the list of personalities who make up this panel:
A former wicketkeeper for India, Ajay Ratra will always be remembered for the gutsy century he made in West Indies when he was just 20 years old. Ratra represented India in 6 Tests and 14 ODIs, and followed that up with a coaching stint for the Punjab state team.
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Amol Muzumdar is the former captain of Mumbai and holds the world record for the highest score by a batsman on his first-class debut. He is also a commentator and is currently the batting coach of the Rajasthan Royals.
Anand Vasu is an award-winning freelance cricket writer covering the game for nearly two decades.
Ayaz Memon is an Indian sports writer, journalist, columnist, and an author. He is a lawyer by profession and it was his passion for cricket that influenced his decision not to follow in his father’s footsteps.
Chetan Sharma is a former Indian cricketer, who represented India in 23 Tests and 65 ODIs. He was the first bowler to take a hat-trick in ICC Cricket World Cup history.
Dennis is possibly the world's most loved / hated cricket writer and serial pest. He hosts the "Can't Bowl Can't Throw Cricket Show" podcast which you can find on iTunes. He was once described by Kevin Pietersen as the funniest man on Twitter, although KP now regrets that statement.
Hemang Badani is a former Indian cricketer who played 40 ODIs and four Tests for the national side during the early 2000s. He is widely remembered for the spectacular century he scored against Australia in 2000.
TV critic and @Sentinel writer, John Woodhouse penned the biggest selling cricket book of 2016 with @gfoxyfowler. He now works with Steve Harmison and BBC Radio.
Jonathan Wilson is the editor of the football quarterly the Blizzard and writes for The Guardian, the National, Sports Illustrated, World Soccer and Fox. He is the author of six books on football, including
Inverting the Pyramid, which was named Football Book of the Year in both the UK and Italy.
Mamatha Maben is a former captain of the Indian Women's Cricket team. She has been a journalist and has had successful stints as coach of the national women's teams of Bangladesh and China. She currently assists at the KSCA academy in Bangalore.
Manoj Tiwary is a Ranji trophy legend, having achieved spectacular success for Bengal in the domestic circuit. He has also represented India in 12 ODIs and 3 T20Is, with plenty of potential to add to those numbers. He currently plays for Kings XI Punjab in the IPL.
The Indian cricketer represented India for 13 Tests and 125 ODIs. He captained the Indian team to victory in the Under-19 World Cup. Kaif achieved cult status when he took India to a historic win over England in the final of the 2002 Natwest Series.
Monty Desai is the batting coach of the Afghanistan cricket team who helped them qualify for the ICC World Cup 2019. He was associated with the Indian Premier League for a long time, having been the head talent scout and performance coach of the Rajasthan Royals and Gujarat Lions. Monty has worked closely with big names such as Ajinkya Rahane, Ravindra Jadeja, and Suresh Raina over the course of his career.
Rohan Gavaskar is a former India international and captain of Bengal. In a first-class career spanning over 13 years and more than 100 matches, he distinguished himself as an attacking all-rounder. Rohan is now a popular television commentator and covers domestic cricket extensively.
R P is a renowned former Indian left-arm seamer who played international cricket in all three formats. A swing expert who could bowl the ball both ways, Singh was an asset to whichever team he played in. Notably, he won the purple cap for Deccan Chargers in the year 2009, helping his side to the IPL trophy in the process.
Sidvee has been a cricket writer, editor and blogger for the last 15 years. He has contributed to ESPNcricinfo, Wisden, The Nightwatchman, Guardian, Mumbai Mirror and a variety of other publications.
Vijay Bharadwaj is a former international cricketer who represented India in 3 Tests and 10 ODIs. After calling time on his playing career he has been active on the coaching circuit, and is also a successful television analyst and entrepreneur. He has previously held positions of Head Talent Scout at RCB and fielding coach of Oman.