'Get rid of the free hit'

MADE IN 1993

Megan Schutt talks about rules she'd change, what she watches on Youtube, and her favourite cricketer

'If you can keep wicket in Sri Lanka, you can keep anywhere'

MADE IN 1993

Niroshan Dickwella on the challenge of being a gloveman in Sri Lanka, and the shot he'd play against Rangana Herath

'I went from working in a bakery to international cricket'

MADE IN 1993

Alex Hartley talks about what has changed for her in the last five years, and what goes through her mind when she's hit for a six

'Free hits for free'

MADE IN 1993

Travis Head talks about what he'd do to bring in the crowds, the best thing about playing cricket, and the worst headlines punning on his name

'I'd pay to play cricket every day'

MADE IN 1993

Hardik Pandya chooses between double-tons and ten-fors, hitting sixes and uprooting stumps

'Really big six? Give 'em 12 runs'

MADE IN 1993

Ashton Agar is a spinner, but he's leaning in for the batsmen, in our series of interviews with players who turn 25 this year

'Free tickets, or more India-Pakistan matches'

MADE IN 1993

Twenty-five-year-old Ehsan Adil on how to bring more fans to the game. He also tells us about his favourite cricketer, and memories of the game from the '90s

'Free food for the spectators'

MADE IN 1993

Jasprit Bumrah on how to get more people to watch T20, how he bowls the yorker, and his favourite Test from the past

'Bringing joy to the nation is the best thing about playing cricket'

MADE IN 1993

Twenty-five-year-old Najibullah Zadran on the record he'd like to break, and the best and worst dancers in the team

'All-time favourite cricketer? Ponting'

MADE IN 1993

Pat Cummins talks about the 1990s, the cricket record he'd like to own, and his all-time favourite cricketer

'I want to break Brian Lara's 400'

MADE IN 1993

In our series of interviews with players who turn 25 with us, first up is Shai Hope, who loves Lara and digs the webby skills of Spiderman

Who was the leading Test run scorer when ESPNcricinfo was launched?


Twenty-five questions about the last 25 years of cricket. By Brydon Coverdale

Twenty-five stats about the number 25


To, you know, mark 25 years of this site

At the front line of online


Sambit Bal on 25 years of being on the internet and in your hearts