|First-class span||1936/37 - 1936/37|
Like his uncle, Antony Turner's only experience of first-class cricket was in India - where he was born - when he played once for the Europeans, top scoring with 42 in the first innings of the Madras Presidency match in 1936-37. His father also played for Europeans while on military service at the time Antony was born.
Cricket stats need to take into account various contextual factors relating to players' and teams' performances if they are to be meaningful
He understands the Indian mentality better and doesn't have to deal with star players on the wane
Mohammad Asif is playing club cricket in Scandinavia as he strives for a Pakistan comeback and to rebuild his career in the wake of the spot-fixing scandal
As South Africa's slump gets deeper after the triangular series exit, ESPNcricinfo looks at three areas that need special focus and could possibly salvage them
Visibility is good, so is durability, and while it does swing a fair amount, it ought to spin as well