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Cricket and football give lesser teams and players a chance to hold out and sometimes even show up stronger opposition
What incentive do other players have of confessing their involvement in fixing if a lifetime ban is all that they can expect?
A look at some of the most thrilling victorious fightbacks in Tests
The boys wade into loads of emails, meet the Buffalo, roll out an old hit about Monty P and his black patka, discuss Pakistan v NZ. And Cricket Violence Corner stars Brett Lee
Are some people just made to lead and the rest to follow? Let's examine the case of the two Captains Cook
Andrew Strauss will recover from the indiscreet remark he made about Kevin Pietersen, but his image won't be entirely as it was
Occasionally these days, at the lower levels, we're brought face to face with the kind of cricket conditions our ancestors lived with
Curtly Ambrose talks about the interest generated by the Caribbean Premier League, his love for basketball, and bowling with Walsh
One of India's greatest allrounders is today unfortunately mostly remembered for a mode of dismissal that, though legitimate, is seen by many to be unfair
If umpires are allowed to judge every delivery on its merits, the problem of throwing can be solved
Channel Nine should work to maintain the standards that its best broadcasters - Benaud and Chappell - have set, rather than encourage a frat-house environment
India's five-Test tour of England feels like a throwback to the 1950s, down to the weak touring squad
They won in England by playing tough, bloody-minded cricket, refusing to take a backward step, on or off the pitch
England have become a reactive batting side, content to respond to given field settings than to manipulate them
The ticket prices were reduced and there was the chance to watch home-grown players in the Test side. What more can Yorkshire do to woo spectators for five-day cricket?