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An analysis of one-day internationals, breaking up the 3500 games played so far into five sets of 700 each
Without good-quality third and fourth bowlers, India will continue to struggle outside the subcontinent despite their talented batting line-up
The late "Kaka" was a terrific batsman, a shrewd captain, and a wonderful raconteur. But most of all he was a genuine friend
Mike Brearley managed to remain an outstanding captain despite his consistent failures with the bat. Is there a lesson in there for England's current skipper?
Australia's lead physio Alex Kountouris talks about injury management, and how there was really never any rotation policy
The boys discuss the throbbing excitement that is 200 days to go till the World Cup, spot the slow Bodyline in England, and attack the TV coverage's technology. The News or Ruse is riddled with possibilities, and the Cleckheaton Calling is short and sweet
Cook and his boys seem to have fallen out of touch with the relentlessness that took them to No. 1
A look at the best batting and bowling streaks in Tests
An Englishman discovers cricket fervour in India, and realises he can't quite win a game against Indians back home either
A fourth-innings chase can be brutally unforgiving; every wicket can lead to acute anxiety
Of late Rahane, Robson, Ballance and Stokes have all made hundreds in their first five Tests. Does that point to a larger trend?
A small pool of teams could be an important reason why only one team has lifted the trophy in front of its home crowd
Mahela Jayawardene embodies artistry and steel in his batting, and warmth and humanity off the field