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Dec 19, 2014: Cook lacks certain qualities the ex-England captain listed as those necessary for an ideal leader, in particular, charisma
Dec 6, 2014: It's not just about wanting your side to win; there's also the matter of which players you want to do well
Nov 21, 2014: It's one way to keep in touch with the game in the long, dark English winters
Nov 4, 2014: An letter from a fan who grew up idolising the great Caribbean sides of the '80s
Oct 16, 2014: Standing up to an intimidating opposition rather than complaining about them might be an old-school attitude, but it's still relevant
Oct 6, 2014: Or do the sporting daydreams of childhood seep into attempts at rendering the game in fiction and trivialise it?
Sep 26, 2014: Should it be someone similar to yourself? Or do opposites attract?
Sep 11, 2014: For several retired pros, life after cricket has meant more cricket. Permanently shutting out the game is harder than it looks
Aug 31, 2014: Your first six? A last-ball victory? The legendary and the quiet moments of your favourite players?
Aug 14, 2014: Baseball may be cricket's closest relative, but it's boxing that actually offers most to the cricketer
Jul 25, 2014: An Englishman discovers cricket fervour in India, and realises he can't quite win a game against Indians back home either
Jul 11, 2014: Are some people just made to lead and the rest to follow? Let's examine the case of the two Captains Cook
Jul 2, 2014: Can those hurried scrawls reveal the private workings of a professional player's mind?
Jun 21, 2014: No matter how elegant your strokeplay, the clumsy dive into the crease that fails to save your bacon is forever graceless
Jun 5, 2014: The pros have to deal with the pressure of high stakes and being shown up by technology, but the village ump's job isn't any easier
May 21, 2014: Can any modern player fill the gargantuan boots of Botham, Viv Richards or Harold Larwood? Glenn Maxwell is making a mighty fist of it
May 2, 2014: Why a ton of history, dating back to childhood games in the backyard, is necessarily tied up with thoughts about the beginning of the cricket season
Apr 20, 2014: Bat-making as a craft has undergone revolutionary changes and then some since the days of Hambledon
Apr 3, 2014: It's that time of year when you dust your kit and conveniently forget how the last season went
Mar 22, 2014: Ben Stokes may have broken his wrist by punching a locker door in anger, but that's much the same emotion he needs to channel at the top of his run-up
Josh Hazlewood has been on Australian cricket's radar since he was a teenager. The player that made a Test debut at the Gabba was a much-improved version of the tearaway from 2010
Stats highlights from the first day of the second Test between Australia and India in Brisbane
Brisbane was hot and humid and the insides of the Gabba even more so. M Vijay battled the hostile conditions and a testing attack to make a memorable hundred
When Wasim Akram swung Pakistan to their first global title
A look at some of cricket's most memorable strokes - and their makers
It's just to say that while India don't stand a chance on normal bouncy pitches, the seaming tracks give their bowlers a chance to take 20 wickets
Stats preview of the second Test between India and Australia at the Gabba
He served the purpose of being the hero to Pietersen's antihero, but given his appalling one-day form, is it time to be disloyal and get rid of him?