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Former Australia captain, now a cricket commentator and columnist
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Why shouldn't the captain get the coach of his choice?

Jul 23, 2017: If you have the right person to lead the team on the field, the rest will follow

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Why does Cricket Australia think first-class players are overpaid?

Jul 9, 2017: After all, the elite players, who finance the game and the administration, come from the first-class system

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What the Kohli-Kumble saga tells us

Jun 25, 2017: Captains are best off being advised by senior team-mates on the field, and assisted by managers off it

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Bowlers are getting eaten alive in ODIs

Jun 11, 2017: Bat v ball is no longer a contest when chasing 300 in rainy England becomes an easy task

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Likely to be India, England, Australia and South Africa in the semis

May 28, 2017: The Champions Trophy is set to be an exciting and competitive 50-over tournament

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Will the BCCI seek refuge in T20?

May 14, 2017: The Indian board is not likely to take being rebuffed by the ICC lightly. A possible consequence could be an expansion of the IPL

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Cricket faces a '70s-style moment of reckoning

Apr 30, 2017: The ongoing pay dispute between CA and the players shows how the greed of boards and the lure of T20 leagues could spell tricky times ahead

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How India became a cricketing heavyweight

Apr 16, 2017: The team's evolution over the decades has led to today's formidable and combative unit that has reached the upper echelons of the sport

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Fabulous series, but can we deal with the DRS and on-field chatter?

Apr 2, 2017: India and Australia showed what good pitches and good leaders can offer to a contest. But the misuse of the referral system grated on the nerves

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Australia are mirroring their captain's defiance

Mar 19, 2017: Steven Smith defied those who didn't give him a chance as a batsman. Now his team is doing the same on a tour no one thought they could compete in

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India's hunger under test

Mar 4, 2017: As Kohli's side look to rebound from the Pune debacle, they will have to improve their technique against spin and their close-in catching

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Australia face three selection questions

Feb 19, 2017: Who should open - Renshaw or Shaun Marsh? Should Glenn Maxwell be picked? And what about Matthew Wade?

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Will Australia be bringing out their dead in India?

Feb 5, 2017: Playing spin well requires decisive footwork and must be learnt young; Australia's intensive last-minute preparation may be of limited use

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Australia's versatile squad throws up plenty of choices

Jan 22, 2017: On the forthcoming tour of India, selectors will have to solve the No. 6 riddle, get the batting order right, and strike a good balance between pace and spin

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Hundred before lunch? Nothing modern about it

Jan 8, 2017: David Warner joins an illustrious list that stretches back all the way to the start of the 20th century

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Time for Cook to step down

Dec 25, 2016: The battle-scarred England captain is not making the best use of his resources. Meanwhile, Australia look resurgent, but still lack a world-class allrounder

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Why Kohli is a better leader than Smith

Dec 11, 2016: Both have been successful batsman-captains, but where they differ is in the handling of their spinners

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Allow players to use one method to aid swing

Nov 27, 2016: It will be easier to police tampering if bowlers are given an incentive to obey the law

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Australia's system is broken

Nov 13, 2016: Injured fast bowlers, a dearth of good young batsmen, and a captain impeded by the management - all this while the team faces three big series

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When will we see uniform application of the DRS everywhere?

Oct 30, 2016: Administrators have their work cut out in ensuring a level playing field when it comes to technology, and also in streamlining the fixtures calendar

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