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Former Australia captain, now a cricket commentator and columnist
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Why Aussie fans are cheering for England

Jan 16, 2011: Because the olde enemy could help their side make it to the World Test Championship

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Ponting's captaincy is over, Australia's turmoil isn't

Jan 2, 2011: Ricky Ponting was often a good captain, sometimes one who tried too hard. He can still play on as a batsman, though

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Ponting's captaincy is hurting Australia

Dec 19, 2010: He's trying too hard to prove he's worthy. When he quits, Haddin might be Australia's best option as a stop-gap leader

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North's form has gone south

Dec 5, 2010: As has Clarke's. But there's still hope for Australia, thanks to Haddin, Hussey and Watson. If only their bowling attack had a leader

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A predictor's nightmare

Nov 21, 2010: England's iffy batting, Johnson's dodgy bowling, the damp start to the season, and Australia's injury concerns all make the expert's job harder ahead of the Ashes

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The Pujara and Johnson conundrums

Nov 7, 2010: India have a dilemma about their No. 3 spot and Australia on how best to use their strike bowler

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When in India, don't just rely on spin

Oct 24, 2010: If you're a visiting captain, pick a variety of quality bowlers - fast and slow. And if you're a batsman up against slow bowlers, watch the ball closely and use your feet

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The magic of VVS

Oct 10, 2010: Laxman has hand-eye coordination that is the envy of surgeons, a competitive drive that his opposition dreads, and the kind of nous good captains need

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Uncertainty keeps the rivalry thriving

Sep 26, 2010: Sehwag holds the key to India's chances against Australia. Much will also depend on Zaheer and Johnson

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Save the game or lose it

Sep 12, 2010: If the powers that be don't take steps to eradicate fixing, we won't have a game to protect

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Captaincy must-haves: imagination and premonition

Aug 29, 2010: Australia's series against India and England could reveal which of Strauss, Dhoni and Ponting is best

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The three S's of Sehwag

Aug 15, 2010: The Indian opener is up there with Bradman in his ability to score quickly for prolonged periods of time

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Many challengers, no leader

Aug 1, 2010: Having a situation where the top teams are evenly matched is mouth-watering but not if it's only because each of them is inconsistent

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UDRS: Use it or lose it

Jul 18, 2010: The ICC needs to find a way to use reviews in all matches, and if that's not possible, the system needs to be junked

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Ponting's Ashes kryptonite

Jul 4, 2010: It might seem a wild suggestion, but just like Jardine used Larwood against Bradman, Strauss could consider bringing back Flintoff for a couple of Ashes Tests

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Don't change the rules, play better

Jun 20, 2010: A two-innings format is not going to make one-day cricket more attractive. What it needs is more imaginative captaincy and less gimmicks

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Why make players choose between formats?

Jun 6, 2010: What are the motivations behind two contrasting proposals by Cricket Australia and the BCCI?

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Keep it short for the Yanks

May 23, 2010: If the game is ever to take off in America, Twenty20 is most likely the way to go

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What makes an ideal Twenty20 team?

May 9, 2010: You will need: an opener with timing; wicket-taking quicks; attacking, economical spinners; and a prodigious late-order hitter

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Beware the backlash

Apr 25, 2010: The IPL is a possible guide's to cricket's future but greed will ruin it and result in the public losing faith in it. The BCCI must ensure its future is fiscally responsible

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