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May 5, 2014

Australia's rise and the climb ahead

The Cordon: Under Michael Clarke, they have had a fantastic summer. But can they continue to keep the competition at bay in Tests, and win the World Cup?

Michael Jeh

Jan 6, 2014

The worst implosion ever?

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ESPNcricinfo staff

Nov 20, 2013

The Official Confectionery Stall Ashes Preview

Page 2: Andy Zaltzman provides the almost-definite preview of the Ashes series and why England should, could, or might not retain the urn

Andy Zaltzman

Nov 18, 2013

England a fading force

Cricinfo:

ESPNcricinfo staff

Feb 21, 2013

Where is No. 2 and No. 20?

The Cordon: A study to rank and analyse Test batsmen and bowlers across various performance parameters

Anantha Narayanan

Jan 5, 2013

Does the Hicks-Botham particle exist?

Page 2: Plenty of oddities in cricket point to the possibility of this god-only-knows how particle - like England being good at one-day cricket

Andrew Hughes

Sep 15, 2012

Test players: a look into their best decades

The Cordon: Performance analysis of Test batting and bowling careers of players by decade

Anantha Narayanan

Aug 22, 2012

Pakistan's unexpected fourth

The Cordon: South Africa's deserved rise to No.1 in Test cricket offered the world a lingering view of the new Test rankings. The top three were as expected, vanquished England sitting above Australia

Kamran Abbasi

Aug 1, 2012

Test players' career-to-date average analysis

The Cordon: A detailed analysis of Test batsmen and bowlers using career-to-date averages

Anantha Narayanan

Jan 22, 2012

India never cultivated aggression, even when they were No.1

The Cordon: Nothing has surprised me more than the defences mounted of Dhoni's tactics in Wellington and Dominica

Samir Chopra

Aug 7, 2011

'Let's not take the ICC rankings too seriously'

Cricinfo: Paul Newman may have played a part in getting the concept of rankings for Test cricket off the ground 18 years ago but he doesn't feel the current system gives an accurate reflection of where teams actually stand

Siddhartha Talya

Dec 26, 2009

No runaway best in Test cricket

Cricinfo: Shane Warne, writing in the Times , says there is little to choose between what he reckons are the top four teams at the Test level, and gone are the days when there was one team, like the West Indies in the eighties and Australia for much of the

Siddhartha Talya

Dec 1, 2009

The illusion of the top spot

Cricinfo: If it happens, the No

Judhajit

Nov 4, 2009

Grandmasters of cricket

The Stands: The ICC should commence an Honorary title system for the greatest players in the game

Cricinfo

Sep 3, 2009

Who will rule the world?

Cricinfo: Can any team dominate cricket the way West Indies and Australia have done

Nishi Narayanan

Aug 30, 2009

'Tough for any one team to hold sway'

Cricinfo: With Australia slipping from the top spot in the Test rankings, Anil Kumble believes it will be tough for one team to dominate from here on

Judhajit

Oct 16, 2008

Exciting to be among the elite

Other: It is an honour to be named in the top 20 of the batting rankings, while I am delighted that the progress of Alicia Smith and Ashlyn Kilowan has also been recognised in the bowling rankings

Cri-Zelda Brits

Sep 10, 2008

Another look at the best ODI batsmen

The Cordon: Stats analysis ranking the best ODI batsmen

Ric Finlay

Sep 7, 2008

World Cup day dreams

Other: Six months to go and we’re now really counting down to the start of the World Cup

Cri-Zelda Brits

Sep 3, 2008

Who will be No. 1?

Other: I am sure there will plenty of competition amongst players from different teams to improve their own ranking and I am sure it will occasionally get mentioned in the dressing room as well, but I think a bit of good-natured rivalry will be beneficial

Urooj Mumtaz
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