NOVEMBER 27, 2014

Where on earth is the World Cup mascot?

James Marsh: There's less than three months to go to the tournament. Wake up, ICC
The world needs more bumbling cartoon characters come to life, if only because they serve as metaphors for cricket administrators © Getty Images
NOVEMBER 26, 2014

Coach-speak: a crime against humanity

Andrew Hughes: You can tolerate players' incoherent babbling but when coaches start giving explanations, it's time to run
NOVEMBER 25, 2014

England cricket participation in crisis

Alan Tyers: What's a country to do when its people fall out of love with the sport?
NOVEMBER 24, 2014

Sangakkara asked to delay retirement by 200 years

R Rajkumar: Also: the duckface plague, excerpts from a PCB letter to the ICC, and more
NOVEMBER 23, 2014

Calm Shakib

Satish Acharya
NOVEMBER 22, 2014

A post-mortem of England's 2015 World Cup campaign

Andrew Hughes: You've read enough previews and moaning, why not just skip right to the operational bits?
NOVEMBER 21, 2014

A day in the life of an elite umpire

James Marsh: Forgetting cricket is harder than it looks
NOVEMBER 20, 2014

'Watching Bopara tie a tie is laborious and painful'

Alex Bowden: Speaking of excruciating, this week's round-up has more Michael Vaughan than you can shake a stick at
NOVEMBER 19, 2014

England's World Cup chances

Andrew Hughes: Ask Miley Cyrus about them, why don't you?
NOVEMBER 18, 2014


Satish Acharya
NOVEMBER 18, 2014

Cricket and football team up to fight corruption

Alan Tyers: Introducing the BCCIFIFA
NOVEMBER 17, 2014

A Bangladesh fan's guide to newfound success

R Rajkumar: Reach for the tiger masks and roar
NOVEMBER 16, 2014

The closely fought series

Satish Acharya
NOVEMBER 15, 2014

A new, revolutionary selection method

Andrew Hughes: The Sanath will end all debates about faulty team-picking
NOVEMBER 14, 2014

The modern cricket family

James Marsh: Possessive dad ICC forbids offspring cricket from stepping out
NOVEMBER 13, 2014

The communications

Satish Acharya
NOVEMBER 13, 2014

How to pick the World Cup challengers

Alex Bowden: In a potentially eight-team contest, you don't exactly need space technology to pick the favourites
NOVEMBER 12, 2014

Why we need the lousy FTP

Andrew Hughes: The answer lies in why democracy is preferable to dictatorship
NOVEMBER 11, 2014

Sachin and the salad bar: a study of cricketing techniques

Alan Tyers: In which we analyse the buffet-table approach of a bunch of modern players
NOVEMBER 10, 2014

How to recover from an India v Sri Lanka ODI series

R Rajkumar: Help is at hand for the many afflicted, in the form of this handy guide