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Jan 19, 2015

What West Indies can learn from New Zealand

The Cordon: The teams match up in terms of talent. The key area of difference, obviously, is player-board relations

Colin Benjamin

Sep 12, 2014

What the Indian calendar is doing to its bowlers

The Cordon: R Ashwin and Ishant Sharma's lack of first-class experience and consequent decline in skills speak volumes about the BCCI's skewed priorities

Kartikeya Date

Jun 1, 2014

Testing times for Sri Lanka

The Cordon: Given Sri Lanka's long struggle to attain Test status, the demotion of the five-day format to an inconvenient sideshow is particularly galling

Janaka Malwatta

May 13, 2014

Adopted-home advantage for CSK and Royals?

Cricinfo: A look at how Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings might be impacted by not having any games at their primary home venues

Bishen Jeswant

Apr 5, 2014

Rejigged county schedule to England's rescue?

Cricinfo: Mike Selvey, in the Guardian believes the change in structure of the English county season will help in preparing the national side for the summer ahead.

Feb 10, 2014

Double headers are the future, but they stink

The Cordon: Playing women's matches before men's is good in principle, but they end up reducing the women's game to a sideshow

Raf Nicholson

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

Jan 14, 2014

A golden age of cricketing travel sickness

Page 2: In which we explore the magical world of whitewashes and why teams seem to be so rubbish at touring these days

Andy Zaltzman

Dec 7, 2013

Why long Ashes tours are hurting Test cricket

The Cordon: England's and Australia's established schedules of a five-Test series every other year makes it hard for other teams to create rivalries

Kartikeya Date

Nov 20, 2013

Done in by darkness

Page 2: New Zealand search for light but all they get is rain

Andrew Hughes

Oct 5, 2013

Australia need to be Hussified

The Cordon: The Sheffield Shield needs to toughen up and national players must feature in it for at least two months before the Test season

Matt Cleary

Sep 23, 2013

Stop the treadmill, I want to get off

The Cordon: There's never any time to enjoy the triumphs because you need to look ahead to the next game

Jonathan Wilson

Sep 23, 2013

South Africa, India and a troubled tour

Cricinfo: Harsha Bhogle analyses the current predicament of the India-South Africa series and suggests that cricket boards around the world must create a financial system independent of India to ensure their economic stability

ESPNcricinfo staff

Sep 21, 2013

Fifty overs suck

The Cordon: Especially when they are offered up as an afterthought. Why not give the 25-over two-innings format a shot?

Matt Cleary

Sep 20, 2013

World Cup qualification could give ODIs context

The Cordon: Bilaterals tacked on to the end of a Test series, or hastily arranged triangulars, could gather meaning if teams had something bigger to fight for. But will cricket's major teams ever agree to such a proposition?

Samir Chopra

Sep 13, 2013

Is spin Australia's future?

The Cordon: Going by the number of spinners in a recent U-11 trial in Brisbane, it looks like Australia's attack might come to be dominated by slow bowlers in the future

Michael Jeh

Sep 9, 2013

England fans thinking of implementing supporter rotation

Page 2: A novel idea to get through a jam-packed tour without sustaining long-term psychological injury

Alex Bowden

Sep 8, 2013

'If it's a permeable surface, go whiz'

The Cordon: The boys from BYC get the last word in on pitch urination. They also discuss Ashes stats, Hadlee's solution for fixing, New Zealand's series against Bangladesh and India, and finally review a book (but it's not on cricket)

Beige Brigade

Sep 7, 2013

How Australia will prepare for the return Ashes

The Cordon: With lots and lots of limited-overs cricket. In India. Say what?

Matt Cleary

Sep 7, 2013

The new women's Ashes format? Genius

The Cordon: Seeing how this summer's contests between England and Australia have captivated the public's attention, it looks like a points-based system is the way to go

Raf Nicholson
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