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August 28, 2009 : The jury's XI seems a comment on the reduced role of skill in the modern game
August 28, 2009 : England's all-time side has just two players from the last 30-odd years
July 28, 2009 : Few tasks in cricket are tougher than opening the batting in England, and picking openers for an England dream team is hardly easy either
August 3, 2009 : Barring an alpha male, England's middle order has everything: dashers, artists, stonewallers, and all of them graceful
August 7, 2009 : No dressing room can be big enough for more than one of these three allrounders - Tony Greig, Ian Botham, Andrew Flintoff - all flash, all action
August 11, 2009 : Is competence sufficient, or should only the very best wicketkeeper make the grade?
August 17, 2009 : Nine contenders for the fast-bowling slots on England's all-time XI. Which of these greats will make it to the team?
August 21, 2009 : Only four to pick from for the slow bowler's slot, but that doesn't make the task any easier
Christian Ryan: Why it's natural that cricket's obsessives should relish their play in this World Cup
Mark Nicholas: Cricket's governing body needs to resolve some problems pronto to make for a better World Cup for all
Numbers Game: Spinners have averaged 43.68 runs per wicket so far, the worst in any World Cup since 1979
Not really. Contrary to the ICC's claim that it will provide more money for development. By Russell Degnan
The Beige Brigade gasp at the home support, discuss the Eden Park collapse and technically ugly players
AB de Villiers returned to give West Indies another hammering, this time at the SCG
Our sport can never hope to compete with football unless it takes an expansionist view