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MARCH 17, 2014

Takes a licking, keeps on ticking

A look at some brave efforts from injured batsmen who managed to return to the field to resume the fight
Bert Sutcliffe smashes a six during his unforgettable 80 not out in 1953 © ESPNcricinfo Ltd
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NOVEMBER 22, 2013

The best player not to play a Test

From the mid 1890s until the First World War, the Philadelphia Gentlemen could match the world's best sides. All thanks to Bart King
AUGUST 25, 2013

The original Little Master

Hanif Mohammad almost single-handedly carried Pakistan's batting in their early days as a Test nation
JUNE 05, 2013

One-day cricket turns fifty? Not quite

Michael Turner, the Midlands Knockout Competition, and the origin of the limited-overs format
APRIL 14, 2013

So you're not a keeper?

Today any failed selection is called a blunder. But back in 1890, in a case of mistaken identity, Australia picked a batsman as their reserve gloveman for the tour of England
MARCH 23, 2013

The greatest Zimbabweans?

Which is the best-ever team from Zimbabwe? The obvious answer would be the 1998 side that won a series in Pakistan but, pre-independence, Rhodesia were a powerful force in South African domestic cricket
FEBRUARY 27, 2013

Remembering Australia's first tour of India

The Australian cricketers of 1956-57 were not so keen to tour India as they are today but that first encounter was memorable for a number of reasons
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