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DECEMBER 30, 2013

Seize the period of unstable equilibrium, boys

A Test match generally trundles along at a sedate pace, but it is also besieged by moments of acute instability. The ones who take advantage of it win
Brad Haddin seized control of several turning points during the Ashes © Getty Images
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NOVEMBER 06, 2013

Spare a thought for Vinay Kumar

Having suffered against belligerent batsmen at the club level, the writer empathises with a bowler who conceded 102 runs in nine overs
OCTOBER 09, 2013

The no-commentary broadcast option

It's time to provide viewers with a choice, and perhaps force commentators to step up their game in the process
JULY 23, 2013

The fan who became a pressman

A lifelong fan crosses over to the neutral side and quite enjoys the experience (while stifling his cheers)
JULY 12, 2013

I heart Siddle

Here's a man every captain would want in his side, especially when he desperately seeks a breakthrough
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Subash Jayaraman
Subash's introduction to cricket began with enduring sledging from his brothers during their many backyard cricket sessions. His fascination with the game took hold in 1983, but mostly it was the cricket commentary over All India Radio, about the water-tight front-foot defence of Gavaskar that did it. @thecricketcouch

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