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DECEMBER 15, 2014

A Test match for the ages

The Adelaide Test was pulsating, dramatic and poignant, and threw up questions about India's captaincy, and the absence of the DRS
In a tense chase, India missed Dhoni's nerveless batting, if not his keeping or captaincy © Getty Images
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MAY 05, 2014

Australia's rise and the climb ahead

Under Michael Clarke, they have had a fantastic summer. But can they continue to keep the competition at bay in Tests, and win the World Cup?
NOVEMBER 13, 2013

Warne, Watson, and the importance of emotional intelligence

A certain famous legspinner has shown he does not quite get leadership - in contrast to the two captains in the upcoming Ashes series
AUGUST 20, 2013

Do nasty guys finish first?

Snarls and frowns can never guarantee success. Only the right combination of players can. So why criticise a captain for being gracious?
DECEMBER 19, 2012

Clarke sets the benchmark high

Since taking over from Ricky Ponting Clarke has seemingly created a culture that is refreshingly open, honest and upbeat, even in adversity
AUGUST 29, 2012

Strauss - A very English captain

It is with some sadness, even from the other side of the world, that I digest the news of Andrew Strauss retiring from all forms of cricket
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