THIS YEAR'S VALENTINE'S DAY IS NOT FOR THE ROMANTICS.

On February 14th, Impact Index released its first book written with Aakash Chopra and published by HarperCollins at India International Centre in New Delhi. The book is available in bookstores and online, and on Kindle too. Except for obstinately romantic followers of cricket, it should have value for anyone interested in cricket.

THE UNDERRATED CONTRIBUTION

Quiz people about noteworthy Indian batting performances in the 1983 World Cup and the most likely responses will be Kapil Dev's 175 not out (that it came in an inconsequential match is lost on people), or Mohinder Amarnath's performances in the semifinal and final, or even K Srikkanth's innings in the final. India’s highest impact batsman in that tournament, however, was someone else. Find out more here.

DE KOCK, MORRIS SHINE IN NARROW WIN

New Zealand

vs

South Africa (1st ODI)

MARK STEKETEE

Country:
Australia

Role: 
Right-arm fast-medium bowler
Strengths
:
Wickets Tally Impact, Economy Impact, Consistency