Mumbai Indians are three-time IPL champions but had a poor 2018.
Royal Challengers Bangalore have never won the IPL title.
Rajasthan Royals will be looking forward to the return of Steve Smith.
IPL 2019 may open the doors for India colours for quite a few uncapped players.
Kolkata Knight Riders will aim for a third title in IPL 2019.
Kings XI Punjab have a decent mix of premier Indian and overseas players for IPL 2019.
Delhi Capitals is the new avatar of the erstwhile Delhi Daredevils.
Defending champions Chennai Super Kings will be hard pressed to find replacements for their ageing stars.
Like every edition, IPL 2019 will also showcase some new faces who have the potential to become superstars.
Virat Kohli led India to a 2-1 series lead vs Australia while Smriti Mandhana was named ICC Cricketer of the Year.
Few Indian bowlers have managed to deliver at the daunting pitch at Perth.
While Indian batsmen have struggled against the pace and bounce of the pitch in Perth, some of them have shown fine returns.
India start the Australian tour with the first Test at the Adelaide Oval on December 6.
While the focus seems to be exclusively on Virat Kohli, there are other batsmen who may do some serious damage to Australia.
Test matches can only be won by claiming 20 opposition wickets and the Indian bowlers have the skills to do just that.
India will take on Australia in a four-match Test series, starting with the Adelaide Test on Thursday.
India and Pakistan last met during the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 final, in which Pakistan defeated India by 180 runs.
As the Asia Cup 2018 gets underway, we take stock of how India have fared vs Pakistan in limited-overs matches.