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Combating difficult conditions tests a batsman's skill. Australia were exposed in Harare because their players failed to come to terms with a legitimate turning track
It has value when used against players who have transgressed - particularly if they have somehow offended the spirit of the game
Your first six? A last-ball victory? The legendary and the quiet moments of your favourite players?
Stats review of the England-India Test series, including a look at sequences by teams that were as bad as, or worse than, India's five-innings streak of sub-200 scores in the recently concluded Test series
The future of the women's game is tied in to whether all boards agree to adopt this system
In baseball, technology is used to help experts, not to second-guess them
He had phenomenal numbers before he sprouted luxuriant facial hair, but it seems Pakistanis have started to take him seriously only now
There are feelings and situations in cricket that all of us are familiar with but can't describe succinctly
The chaps put the boot into MSD's captaincy, and emails from around the world talk beards and Boots and early cricket memories. Plus, dreadful singing
There is one current cricketer who is as dominant and unstoppable as the legendary basketball player was
It's deeply satisfying to see a known potty mouth, especially one who has wound up your team, be defeated on the field - though it doesn't always work out that way
He makes buckets of runs but cannot hold his place in the Test side. What needs to work for him going forward?
How does an Indian fan react to this most evil of numbers?
Despite being part of a dysfunctional set-up, he has managed to get the best out of himself and players partnering him
Players should realise that their cricket skills speak louder than the abuse they sometimes dish out in the name of legitimate aggression