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Sep 10, 2014

What will cricket be like 50 or 100 years from now?

The Cordon: It's a daunting thought because it feels like the game has already completed its evolution, leaving little wriggle room

Jon Hotten

Jun 27, 2014

Cricket makes 'a fool of itself'

Cricinfo: hloe Saltau, writing in the Sydney Morning Herald, says the support Srinivasan has received from other ICC members does not improve the game's image when it comes to fighting corruption.

ESPNcricinfo staff

Jun 11, 2014

What's more important: participating or getting better?

The Cordon: If clubs in junior cricket focus solely on retaining players year after year, there is bound to be a dilution in talent and the level of competition

Michael Jeh

May 14, 2014

England and the IPL: a thaw will come

The Cordon: It's clear now that T20 cricket will not exist in isolation from the rest of the game, and the sooner the ECB realises it, the better

Jon Hotten

May 7, 2014

Caribbean national sides, anyone?

The Stands: Why dissolving West Indies might be the best option for West Indies cricket

Martin Jones

Apr 18, 2014

Why India are not cricket's Brazil yet

The Cordon: The numbers might be in their favour, but they can neither boast sustained excellence or a distinctive playing style

Samir Chopra

Apr 15, 2014

You can't control talent, only channel it

The Cordon: Cricket runs the risk of going down the route of over-coaching, like in some other sports - which is not ideal in a game that is as much about art as about science

Jon Hotten

Apr 8, 2014

Why T20 is about cricket's natural evolution

The Cordon: The shortest format is but a logical extension of cricket's bias towards batsmen, and our changing ideas about time

Ahmer Naqvi

Apr 8, 2014

Chasing the men down

Cricinfo: Greg Baum, in the Age, believes Australia Women's efficient defence of their World T20 title was another advertisement of their catching up with the men's game

Mar 27, 2014

Things baseball teaches us

Page 2: American sport at the SCG - blasphemy or opportunity to learn?

Matt Cleary

Mar 14, 2014

Thinking pink

The Cordon: The jury's still out on the pros and cons of lighter-coloured balls and how they may or may not work in day-night Test cricket

Russell Jackson

Mar 12, 2014

Test cricket's dodo problem

Page 2: Fans of the five-day stuff think it will last forever, even if nobody is watching

Andrew Hughes

Feb 25, 2014

Bigger, better? Sorry, no

The Cordon: Why does cricket have to succumb to the marketers' eternal need for everything to be bigger, flashier, and more in tune with youth - whatever that means?

Jonathan Wilson

Feb 12, 2014

IPL clean-up needs hard evidence

Cricinfo: Writing in the Hindustan Times, Kadambari Murali Wade, the former editor of Sports Illustrated India shares her experience of meeting with the Mudgal Committee that was probing the spot-fixing and corruption charges in IPL 2013

ESPNcricinfo staff

Jan 31, 2014

Cricket always needs an underclass

The Cordon: History shows us that those who rule the game seem to occupy a centre they cannot bear to share with those at the margins

Samir Chopra

Jan 19, 2014

Time to regionalise county cricket?

The Cordon: A six-team tournament above the Championship might strengthen the supply line for the England team

Scott Oliver

Dec 25, 2013

Test cricket and the bitter truth

Page 2: We should be trying to make Test cricket as entertaining as possible and spreading the word to every corner of the globe. But we aren't

Andrew Hughes

Nov 25, 2013

'National boards are competitors when they should be siblings'

: Mike Jakeman, the author of Saving The Test, a book about the future of the five-day game, talks about how cricket administrators can unite to make the game more viable

Interview by Subash Jayaraman

Nov 12, 2013

What football rights have to do with the future of cricket

The Cordon: BT has paid a stratospheric amount for the rights to the Champions League. Cricket will probably feel the knock-on effects in time

Jon Hotten

Nov 7, 2013

Train umpires instead of investing in DRS

Cricinfo: n an academic paper, excerpted at Phys.Org and soon to be published in the Journal of Sports Economics, Vani Borooah tries to identify the exact value that DRS brings to cricket.

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