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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?
Why do columnists look for conspiracy theories every time a visiting team collapses abjectly?
A look at Test teams across the years, measuring the peaks of each team, and the highest peak across teams
Despite being part of a dysfunctional set-up, he has managed to get the best out of himself and players partnering him
The boys discover that the NYPD actually has a cricket team, provide a lowdown on former New Zealand quick Michael Owens, and offer a musical tribute to Shahid Afridi
Deciding how much time to set aside to unwind is a dilemma in any profession. In sport, it's all down to the player, not the coach
Players should realise that their cricket skills speak louder than the abuse they sometimes dish out in the name of legitimate aggression
Time should be considered wasted only when a bowling side tries to slow the game down for its own benefit
The phrase means nothing in this day and age; only the laws and playing regulations are of any importance
Baseball may be cricket's closest relative, but it's boxing that actually offers most to the cricketer
An opening pair requires good form and a happy blend of personalities to succeed. Perhaps Cook needs a new partner in the Strauss mould
Under Misbah-ul-Haq, Pakistan have had a lot of success when they have batted for time and strangled teams with spin. But they may need a different tactic now
Since 2006, England women have risen to unbelievable heights on and off the field, while India have sunk into oblivion
The antithesis of the dour English batting stereotype, Compton wowed fans and peers with his ability to play all the shots in the textbook and several outside of it