Alastair Cook won the toss and chose to bat

Is it time to rethink the toss?

Why not let captains decide what batting or bowling first is worth and use runs to buy the advantage?

Morne Morkel had a couple of decisions reversed in his favour on review

The theatre of the DRS

The relief at the howler overturned; the vindication of the accurate umpire - the dramas of the review system are many, and many of them are entertaining

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Investigating ODI myths

Jonathan Liew - writing in the Telegraph - looks at a few preconceptions surrounding the ODI format - like the assumptions of what a safe score is and the importance of the first 10 overs - and examines their relevance in the modern context.

Misbah-ul-Haq and Azhar Ali walk off after scoring tons

Does the follow-on work in its current form?

A team with a lead of any size should have the option of enforcing the follow-on in the third innings of a Test, boosting their chance of taking 20 wickets

Ottis Gibson speaks to Shane Shillingford

Time to enforce Law 24

If umpires are allowed to judge every delivery on its merits, the problem of throwing can be solved