SEPTEMBER 30, 2014

The work that is county cricket

Players toil all season, but fans don't really get a sense of the scale of effort involved

SEPTEMBER 29, 2014

Following Durham's fortunes from Upton Park

Tuning in to a cricket final while on Premier League duty

SEPTEMBER 29, 2014

Desperately googling ambidextrous bowlers

The boys discuss the wisdom of switching between right-arm and left-arm, Jeetan Patel making the County XI, and wonder if Mathew Sinclair will step out of retirement

SEPTEMBER 28, 2014

All hail the other West Indies

The women's side's understated rise to No. 1 could inspire young girls - and boys - and break barriers to gender equality in the region

SEPTEMBER 27, 2014

ODI streaks: 62 and 63 matches long

A look at the best ODI players and the most productive streaks in their careers

SEPTEMBER 26, 2014

What sort of batting partner do you like?

Should it be someone similar to yourself? Or do opposites attract?

SEPTEMBER 25, 2014

Don't blame the bowlers for India's sorry record overseas

Batting collapses, even in friendly conditions, have been the chief cause

SEPTEMBER 24, 2014

The curse of soft-tissue injuries

Michael Clarke and Shane Watson have had a history of such injuries and modern-day sports science is yet to come up with a solution

SEPTEMBER 23, 2014

Don't shed tears for chuckers

The ICC's decision to take a stricter view of throwing is an important step forward in eliminating the problem of illegal actions

SEPTEMBER 22, 2014

Four Pakistan women to watch in the Asian Games

As Pakistan look to defend their title in Incheon, we look at two bowlers and two batsmen who could be crucial to their campaign

SEPTEMBER 21, 2014

A method to rate the dominance of Test teams

Taking into account margin of victory and draws, while eliminating arbitrary decay in setting cut-off limits

SEPTEMBER 19, 2014

Johnson v McLaren: a tale of two blows

The South African allrounder had the misfortune of being in the line of fire twice this year

SEPTEMBER 17, 2014

The joy of staying not-out overnight

It is one not reserved for those at high levels of the game alone: the most exalted experiences can come in the most humble settings

SEPTEMBER 14, 2014

The Lahoris in the Champions League

They don't quite inspire the awe that their legendary predecessors did, but they will do well if they keep the cricketing traditions of the city alive