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Jul 7, 2014

Vinoo beyond the Mankad

The Cordon: One of India's greatest allrounders is today unfortunately mostly remembered for a mode of dismissal that, though legitimate, is seen by many to be unfair

Stuart Wark

May 12, 2014

The all-round doubles

Cricinfo: A look back on the players who have scored 40+ runs and taken four wickets or more in the same game, in the IPL

Bishen Jeswant

Feb 1, 2014

Corey Anderson thrives on confidence

Cricinfo: Self-belief plays a big part of Corey Anderson stunning rise from backyard cricket to national hero, as he reveals in an interview with Alan Perrott for the New Zealand Herald

Jan 11, 2014

Would you pick Haddin over Gilchrist for an Ashes Test?

The Cordon: Haddin's record against England is better than his illustrious predecessor's, and he played for a far weaker team

Kartikeya Date

Jan 8, 2014

Stokes is the future, the rest is dark

The Cordon: There has been no shortage of punditry and vitriol directed at Andy Flower and Co in the wake of the Ashes loss. They have their work cut out for them

Jon Hotten

Jan 2, 2014

Can Kallis really be called an allrounder?

The Cordon: Jacques Kallis was among the greatest of batsmen who could bowl, but he doesn't belong to the pantheon of legendary allrounders like Sobers, Imran and Botham

Kartikeya Date

Nov 9, 2013

Could Tendulkar have turned into a great allrounder?

The Cordon: One can only wonder what might have been had he persisted with his bowling throughout his career

V Ramnarayan

Oct 25, 2013

Shane Watson and the art of self-analysis

The Cordon: The insularity of his approach might not necessarily mark him out as the most likeable cricketer but it makes him an endlessly interesting one

Russell Jackson

Oct 21, 2013

'I'm working on becoming a genuine allrounder'

The Cordon: Tamil Nadu and India U-19 player Baba Aparajith talks about the experience of winning the U-19 World Cup last year, making a double-hundred on his Duleep Trophy debut, and interacting with major international stars

Interview by Subash Jayaraman

Oct 2, 2013

The amazing Sobers' amazing series

The Cordon: In England in 1966, he glowed with the bat and toiled with the ball in a comprehensive win, but were his efforts better than Imran's against India in 1982-83?

Stuart Wark

Sep 30, 2013

'My biggest mistake was refusing the Pakistan captaincy'

The Cordon: Former Pakistan allrounder Azhar Mahmood talks about his brief Test career, touring the world as a T20 franchise cricketer, and passing on bowling tips to younger players

Interview by Subash Jayaraman

Sep 18, 2013

When Imran walked on water

The Cordon: Botham's 1981 Ashes has been enshrined in legend, but was it the greatest all-round performance in a single series?

Stuart Wark

Sep 13, 2013

Mitch? Dunno

The Cordon: Miserable or magnificent - who knows which Mitchell Johnson will turn up on any given day?

Matt Cleary

Sep 5, 2013

The unsung micro-Botham

Page 2: In this Ashes series, Tim Bresnan was statistically unspectacular but impactful

Andy Zaltzman

Jul 17, 2013

The Mercurial Mr Afridi

Cricinfo: Aditya Iyer of the Indian Express explores a worrying trend in Shahid Afridi's comebacks, where the Pakistan allrounder announces himself in style but later fizzles out

Apr 12, 2013

Jordan debut poses questions for Surrey

County: Six wickets on Chris Jordan's Sussex debut not only put the skids under Yorkshire it puts the spotlight on Surrey's decision to let him go

Josh Green

Mar 6, 2013

Million-dollar children of T20

Page 2: Learnings and suchlike from day four in Hyderabad

Andrew Hughes

Sep 14, 2011

Test-series performances: the top allrounders

The Cordon: A detailed stats analysis of the greatest Test-series performances by allrounders

Anantha Narayanan
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