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The Friday Column

The bowlers to fear with the new ball

Mar 2, 2007: A look at the fast bowlers who have been the most effective with the new ball in ODIs since 2006

S Rajesh

Monty Panesar's exclusive diary

'We've got a really good chance'

Feb 27, 2007: Monty Panesar, in his exclusive diary, reflects on the Australian tour and looks ahead to the World Cup

March 2007

Never beaten? You better self-believe it

Feb 23, 2007: Kevin Mitchell on an unusually sloppy Australia

Kevin Mitchell

The Friday Column

The best ODI bowler at the death

Feb 23, 2007: Toothless bowling during the slog overs has been one of Australia's big weakness in the last month. The Numbers Game looks at the bowlers who have been at their most potent during the slog

S Rajesh

The Friday Column

Pollock's resurgence, and Dhoni the matchwinner

Feb 16, 2007: Shaun Pollock's stunning season as an ODI bowler, and Mahendra Singh Dhoni's ability to play innings which win the game for India

S Rajesh

Top Performer - Paul Collingwood

The journeyman arrives

Feb 14, 2007: Paul Collingwood has just completed the journey of his life in Australia

Andrew Miller

Pride and prejudice

Feb 13, 2007: Australia's greatest danger at the World Cup is not their revived nemesis England

Peter English

The Friday Column

Naved loses his ODI nous

Feb 9, 2007: The last one year has been a torrid one for Rana Naved-ul-Hasan, who is fast climbing up the chart of the most expensive ODI bowlers ever

S Rajesh

Top Performer - Brad Hodge

Grabbing your final chance

Feb 7, 2007: The past week has been an important one for Brad Hodge

Peter English

Top Performer - Jacob Oram

Nobody's substitute

Jan 31, 2007: Brydon Coverdale on New Zealand's man of the moment, Jacob Oram

Brydon Coverdale

Nathan Astle retires from international cricket

One of New Zealand's finest

Jan 26, 2007: Nathan Astle's career in numbers

S Rajesh

England v New Zealand, CB Series, Adelaide

England generate yet more bull

Jan 23, 2007: Anyone who claims that cricket journalism is an easy lark has obviously never had to sit and watch England make perpetual fools of themselves in the one-day arena. It really is the most soul-destroying of occupations

Andrew Miller

The Friday Column

Prince in command, and Vettori's challenger

Jan 19, 2007: With three centuries and 764 runs in his last eight Tests, Ashwell Prince has been the giant among all South African batsmen over the last eight months, while Jeetan Patel has proved there is more to New Zealand spin than Daniel Vettori

S Rajesh

England's decision to reinstate Michael Vaughan

The day of the specialist captain

Jan 9, 2007: For the umpteenth time this winter, England are taking a risk on a half-fit player as Michael Vaughan returns to captain

Tim de Lisle

Monty Panesar's exclusive diary

Defensive fields can be an attacking option

Jan 7, 2007: In Monty Panesar's exclusive diary for Cricinfo, he writes how at times defensive fields can be a better option for if you have paleyrs at the ropes, you can afford to give the ball more air

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Tournament Results
Australia v England at Sydney - Feb 11, 2007
England won by 34 runs (D/L method)
Australia v England at Melbourne - Feb 9, 2007
England won by 4 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)
England v New Zealand at Brisbane - Feb 6, 2007
England won by 14 runs
Australia v New Zealand at Melbourne - Feb 4, 2007
Australia won by 5 wickets (with 10 balls remaining)
Australia v England at Sydney - Feb 2, 2007
England won by 92 runs
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