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ESPNcricinfo's South Africa correspondent Firdose Moonda reflects on Gary Kirsten's decision to resign as coach for the South African national team
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Kieron Pollard, the West Indies allrounder, responds to questions raised over his commitment | Oct 25, 2016
Mark Butcher, George Dobell, Mohammad Isam and Alan Gardner join Andrew McGlashan to look back on a narrow opening Test victory for England against Bangladesh. | Oct 25, 2016
Starving the opposition of runs has been a highly successful tactic for Pakistan in the UAE, says former Test batsman Bazid Khan | Oct 25, 2016
The Reverse Sweep takes a look at who's been doing and saying what in the cricket world during the last 24 hours | Oct 25, 2016
Mohammad Asif continued his impressive return to cricket with four wickets for WAPDA against Peshawar in Pakistan's premier first-class tournament | Oct 25, 2016
Mark Butcher discusses the permutations England could go with for the second Test against Bangladesh | Oct 25, 2016
South Africa captain Faf du Plessis and Man of the Series Rilee Rossouw share their thoughts on the side's 5-0 sweep in the ODIs against Australlia | Oct 25, 2016
Sri Lanka's injured captain Angelo Mathews believes Rangana Herath is the right choice to replace him as he sits out the Zimbabwe tour with an injury | Oct 25, 2016
Relive all the top cricket news in the world from the past seven days including England beating Bangladesh in a thriller and India going 2-1 up in Mohali | Oct 24, 2016
Kieron Pollard, the West Indies allrounder, responds to questions raised over his commitment
Starving the opposition of runs has been a highly successful tactic for Pakistan in the UAE, says former Test batsman Bazid Khan
Mark Butcher discusses the permutations England could go with for the second Test against Bangladesh
Mohammad Isam and George Dobell take a look back on the first Test between Bangladesh and England and analyse all the main talking points.
Mohammad Isam and George Dobell explain why there are plenty of positives for Bangladesh, despite losing the first Test to England.
Mark Butcher analyses why there are plenty of reason for optimism for the Bangladesh side which narrowly lost to England
Mark Butcher says that Ben Stokes' performance in the first Test has put him well on course to be the best allrounder in the world
Mohammad Isam discusses how Shakib Al Hasan's shot on the third morning in Chittagong changed the game
George Dobell says that DRS proved its worth in this match, as 26 on-field decisions were reviewed.