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England in India flashback: 1972-73

Eight for nothing

When Chandra took the best figures of his career, only for India to lose the match to England

Cricinfo staff

MCC news

Crowe unveils plans to save Tests

The former New Zealand captain, who is also a member of the MCC's World Cricket Committee said the games would eventually become day-night Tests

Cricinfo staff

MCC World Cricket Committee

Dravid, Kumble and Pollock to get MCC memberships

The MCC has decided to award honorary life memberships to Rahul Dravid, Anil Kumble and Shaun Pollock when its World Cricket Committee meets in New Delhi over the weekend

Cricinfo staff

MCC World Cricket Committee

Pollock joins MCC committee

Shaun Pollock, the former South Africa captain, has joined the MCC's World Cricket Committee. He is currently playing in the Indian Premier League and accepted the invitation from Tony Lewis, the cricket committee chairman

Andrew Miller and Martin Williamson

Cricinfo XI

Standing in at the deep end

It's been a week to remember in the captaincy stakes, with Zimbabwe's Terrence Duffin plucked from obscurity, and England's Andrew Flintoff stepping into the breach for England

England in India, 2006-07

Greig's rant ... and Vishy is cradled

Ajit Wadekar, the former Indian captain, and Madhav Gothoskar, the former Indian umpire look back at some of their fond memories from India-England encounters

Pakistan v England Timeline

A tumultuous past

Encounters between Pakistan and England have rarely lacked for drama, controversy and incident. Cricinfo charts a troubled 51-year relationship, leaving out only two series - those in 1971 and 1996 - that went off without any trouble

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Marylebone Cricket Club

Lewis takes over from Dexter on MCC committee

One England captain is to replace another at Lord's, as Tony Lewis takes over from Ted Dexter as the chairman of MCC's cricket committee

Glamorgan CCC Media Release

Tony Lewis Media Statement

Following Lord MacLaurin's recent announcement that he is not seeking re-election as Chairman of the England and Wales Cricket Board and subsequent speculation in the media, Tony Lewis has confirmed that he does not intend to stand for the position