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Jul 8, 2014

The Praveen Kumar guide to bowling in England

Cricinfo: Praveen Kumar explains to Sandeep Dwivedi of the Indian Express how India's seamers should concentrate on having specific plans and not bank on conditions always being bowler-friendly

Jun 19, 2014

Life outside the cricket stadium

The Cordon: Most fans are familiar with far-flung corners of the globe but often we don't know much about those places apart from the fact that they are cricketing venues

Samir Chopra

Jun 13, 2014

Teams cannot risk tours to Pakistan

The Cordon: The board must instead concentrate on developing offshore bases, strengthening domestic cricket, and getting other countries to host their A team

Kamran Abbasi

Mar 19, 2014

Lahore, five years on

The Cordon: The loss of international cricket in Pakistan since the terror attack on the Sri Lankan team bus has been cruel on the country's fans and the rest of the cricket world

Janaka Malwatta

Jan 29, 2014

Just how bad was England's ODI series loss?

The Cordon: England abroad are almost always outgunned. This defeat was more or less inevitable, and that makes it hard to take

Jon Hotten

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

Jan 10, 2014

England's tour from hell?

The Cordon: One has to go back to 1985-86, when they suffered a 5-0 hammering by West Indies, to think of a worse tour

Dave Hawksworth

Jan 6, 2014

The worst implosion ever?

Cricinfo:

ESPNcricinfo staff

Dec 19, 2013

Tours from hell

The Cordon: Think it's gone all pear-shaped for England in Australia? Other teams have had it worse when playing away from home

Nicholas Hogg

Oct 20, 2013

Waiting for the boys

The Cordon: You're never too grown up to be an autograph-hunting, hotel foyer-pacing fan

Saad Shafqat

Oct 17, 2013

How soon can India find a new No. 4?

The Cordon: It is important for the game that India remain competitive at Test cricket. Their ability to find a replacement for Tendulkar will go a long way to determine if they succeed

Dave Hawksworth

Sep 3, 2013

The experience of arriving in Zimbabwe again

Cricinfo: One of the excitements of touring Zimbabwe occurs long before one arrives in the country. Getting there is an experience on its own

Firdose Moonda

Jul 22, 2013

Australia on the verge of history

Cricinfo: After the Lord's debacle, Australia are 0-2 down in the Ashes and have very little to cheer. Malcolm Conn in Australia's Telegraph brings to light some foreboding statistics to add to the list of Australia's worries.

Apr 22, 2013

Stuart Carlisle's other sporting passion

Cricinfo: Stuart Carlisle, the former Zimbabwe batsman, on why he has established a sports shop in Harare

Firdose Moonda

Apr 20, 2013

Three shirts, eight sweat bands, and 4000 Twitter followers

Cricinfo: It's hot, it's noisy, and there's plenty of travel involved, but Chris Morris is having the coolest time ever at the IPL

Chris Morris

Apr 10, 2013

Settling in with Chennai's Super Kings

Cricinfo: Chris Morris gets his first taste of flying business-class, what it means to be a high-profile cricketer in India, and the IPL

Chris Morris

Mar 14, 2013

The debate over discipline versus winning at all costs

Cricinfo: Australia must walk the fine line between enforcing discipline while staying true to their 'win-at-all-costs' attitude

ESPNcricinfo staff

Mar 12, 2013

Shut out the Ashes talk

Cricinfo: n the Guardian, Mike Selvey analyses England's problems at the start of an overseas series

ESPNcricinfo staff

Mar 11, 2013

Reluctant but brave

The Cordon: Indian fans knew little about the internal issues dogging Australia on their 1979 tour but, although they were to succumb over the course of a long, draining series, the likes of Kim Hughes and Allan Border left their mark

Samir Chopra

Dec 11, 2012

Bradman on film, in Canada

Cricinfo: The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia has released previously unseen footage of "The Don" playing on a privately organised tour of Canada in 1932

Alan Gardner
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