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South Africans do weight training at the gym

How much should a cricketer train?

Shorter, higher-intensity workouts with adequate rest could hold the key to helping players (particularly bowlers) last the season without getting injured

Pat Cummins bowls

Cummins may need to go old-school

If the injury-prone fast bowler wants a long career he may need to learn endurance by bowling sustained spells in domestic cricket

Tillakaratne Dilshan might hope the ground opens up under him after dropping a catch

Sri Lankan cricket

Sri Lanka in a World Cup funk

For a Sri Lanka fan, the team's losing streak in the New Zealand ODIs is perhaps the equivalent of getting paralysed by poison. Your body is immobile giving the impression that you've died, but inside, you are still very much alive. Screaming.

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Technique

The need to simplify batting

In his column for the Hindu, Greg Chappell stresses on the need to introduce simplicity in teaching young cricketers the art of batting

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Fast bowling

Fast bowling in a time of tortoises

In a column for the Guardian's Spin, Andy Bull wonders whether fast bowling in Test cricket is becoming slower

England cricket

I fire myself up to get into the right zone - Anderson

Sam Sheringham of the BBC catalogues Anderson's interview with his colleague Mark Chapman, in which the he talks about the skill, physical and psychological requirements of bowling quick