Former Australia captain Ian Chappell said he does not have faith in the DRS and that teams use it in a way that devalues the system.
Ian Chappell detailed his experiences where he saw racism against fellow cricketers.
Ian Chappell said that Hardik Pandya can be the extra bowling option for India and be the third seamer if they choose to play two spinners in any match.
Former Australian captain Ian Chappell said that according to him the chances of T20 World Cup going ahead as scheduled are very bleak.
Ian Chappell feels the top Australian cricketers are obliged to give priority to the country's domestic competitions over the cash-rich IPL.
Ian Chappell believes India captain Virat Kohli is unquestionably the best across the three formats.
Ian Chappell said that ball-tampering and LBW laws should be changed for ensuring better contest between bat and ball once the cricketing action resumes.
Ian Chappell said that people need to show patience, determination and "a bit of initiative" during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Ian Chappell argued that Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma have dominated an era where most teams lack quality fast bowlers whereas Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly played against some of the best fast-bowling combinations.
Ian Chappell believes Cricket Australia's plan of playing two Day/Night Tests against India in the 2020-21 tour Down Under "may backfire".
Steve Smith hit back at Ian Chappell after the former Australia captain accused him of undermining current skipper Tim Paine.
Former Australia captain Ian Chappell has accused Steve Smith of undermining current skipper Tim Paine.
Tim Paine used Australia's last review on a dubious lbw shout against No.11 Jack Leach, when the ball clearly pitched outside leg stump.
Chris Gayle was dismissive about Ian Chappell's stand that he should be banned after a controversial Big Bash League interview.
Smith and Warner were each hit with one-year bans by Cricket Australia for their roles in the ball-tampering scandal.
Even brother Ian Chappell had his doubts about Greg Chappell taking over as Team India coach in 2005, Sourav Ganguly has revealed in his book.
Ian Chappell heaped praise on Australia's off-spinner Nathan Lyon and said that the ability to extract "extra bounce" brought him the wickets against Indians in Dharamsala.
"The officials need to take a harder stance against on-field chatter. I also don't think the Australians are in any position to start throwing stones. They're no choirboys themselves," Chappell wrote.