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Sep 4, 2007

A matter of formats

Other: Ian Chappell

ESPNcricinfo staff

Jul 28, 2007

He's given 'im

Other: Sambit Bal

Kanishkaa Balachandran

Jan 24, 2007

Who has the world's best attack?

Other: Tim de Lisle

Kanishkaa Balachandran

Dec 24, 2006

Retirements expose missing link

Other: Peter English

Kanishkaa Balachandran

Dec 18, 2006

A touch too old but much too good

The Buzz: Australia have won the Ashes, at speed, in style, and quite deservedly

Tim de Lisle

Dec 13, 2006

A tale of two puppies

The Buzz: Clarke and Bell are blondish right-handers who know what it is to be the great white hope of their country’s batting

Tim de Lisle

Nov 30, 2006

Anything but another anticlimax

The Buzz: The first Test took England supporters back to the dark days of the 1990s

Tim de Lisle

Nov 29, 2006

The Aussies have fixed two holes

The Buzz: Australia had two glaring weaknesses in the last Ashes series: their third seamers and middle-order batsmen

Tim de Lisle

Nov 21, 2006

Too old - but also too good

The Buzz: This is it

Tim de Lisle

Nov 6, 2006

On this form, Australia will win the Ashes

The Buzz:

Tim de Lisle

Oct 26, 2006

More power, not less

Other: Peter Moores, England's academy director and one of the favourites to succeed Duncan Fletcher, believes a coach has two choices: change the team or change himself

Kanishkaa Balachandran

Oct 20, 2006

XI wishes for the Jaipur Ashes

The Buzz: The Diwali meeting between the two sides in Jaipur is the Ashes in miniature

Tim de Lisle

Oct 18, 2006

Does Australia's flop matter?

The Buzz: The Champions Trophy hasn’t had many runs, but it has had something more precious: upsets

Tim de Lisle

Oct 17, 2006

A tale of two captains

Other: Anand Vasu details the history that Stephen Fleming and Graeme Smith share

Nishi Narayanan

Oct 16, 2006

Packing a six-shooter

Other: There is no doubt that to do well a team needs to have more than just eleven good players to choose from but it also pays to understand that it's a nucleus of about six who either win or lose the big tournaments.

ESPNcricinfo staff

Oct 15, 2006

Does England's flop matter?

The Buzz: There are two immediate consequences of England's opening defeat in the Champions Trophy

Tim de Lisle

Oct 11, 2006

Six left-handed openers

The Buzz:

Tim de Lisle
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