Cricket News sort by Rahul Sharad Dravid

The England roar has grown louder with every passing day of the tour and only one Indian has stood unflustered outside the lion's den – Rahul Dravid, whose 35th Test hundred on Sunday took him past Sunil Gavaskar and placed him at No. 4 in the list of top Test centurions.

The 38-year-old former India captain made the announcement through a statement shortly before stumps on the final day of the two-day warm-up game between India and Northamptonshire at the county's ground.

Rahul Dravid, one of the few Indian batsmen who have succeeded in the ongoing series against England, has risen to 11th place in the latest International Cricket Council (ICC) Test rankings.

Dravid, in a masterclass of both concentration and stylish shot-making, made 117 against a powerful England attack to help propel India into a first-innings lead on the second day of the second Test at Trent Bridge on Saturday.

Team India's Mr Dependable, Rahul Dravid scored his second straight Test hundred in this series as he notched up his 34th Test hundred on day two of the second Test against England on Saturday.

Rahul Dravid on Saturday went past former Australian captain Ricky Ponting to take the second spot behind Sachin Tendulkar in the list of all-time run-scorers in Test cricket.

England came out firing after lunch and reduced the visitors to 193/5 at tea in their first innings on day three of the Lord's Test on Saturday.

Senior Indian cricketer Rahul Dravid has described the country's batting line-up as strong, but not yet the best in the world

The familiar figures of Rahul Dravid and Vangipurappu Laxman guided India to safety and toward a position to push for an unlikely victory in the second test against West Indies in Barbados on Friday.