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Former Australia captain, now a cricket commentator and columnist
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Where's Australia's next captain coming from?

Feb 26, 2012: The two closest candidates are Watson and Warner, but neither has a realistic chance of landing the job

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Watson should remain at the top of the order

Feb 12, 2012: His batting skills are too good for him to be saddled with a frontline bowler's job too

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Who's the pick of the modern greats?

Jan 29, 2012: Ponting, Tendulkar or Lara - who among these modern batsmen was the most dominant?

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Warner's Twenty20 Test ininngs

Jan 15, 2012: The Australian opener has shown he isn't afraid to play his natural game, no matter what the format

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The quicks are back

Jan 1, 2012: Come Sydney, Australia's batsmen can be relaxed and bat better, knowing they don't need a mountain of runs to topple India. Their fast bowlers will do it

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Clarke should move up to No. 3

Dec 18, 2011: Ponting is on his way out and there is no one else experienced enough to bat at that position. The captain must lead from the front

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There are runs in Ricky still

Dec 4, 2011: On the evidence of his last two Tests, the Australian batsman looks to have found some of his old touch

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Forget the fans, Sachin

Nov 20, 2011: Tendulkar seems burdened by the expectations surrounding his latest milestone

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It's time cricket got tough with the crooks

Nov 6, 2011: Show zero tolerance and impose life bans on any cricketer or official who is involved in fixing matches

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Step forth, über-quicks

Oct 23, 2011: Pat Cummins' arrival has caused excitement among fans of the game. Cricket must do everything it can to preserve and nurture fast-bowling talent such as his

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Kohli and Warner prove T20's got class

Oct 9, 2011: The two have shown the format is no longer a hit-and-giggle fest. We can look forward to seeing them face each other in longer versions of the game

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The Champions League is split wide open

Sep 25, 2011: It's hard to pick a favourite for the tournament, because for the first time in a long time bowlers have been given a fair chance to attack in the Twenty20 format

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Michael Hussey, role model

Sep 11, 2011: He's got the shots, and he can grind when needed. Cricket needs more old-school batsmen like him, not the Suresh Rainas, bred on Twenty20

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The international game needs an overhaul

Aug 28, 2011: Australia's review has been window-dressing, and India are unlikely to have one at all, but international cricket as a whole needs thinking about, if it's not to be reduced to just Twenty20

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Have India lost the Australia series already?

Aug 14, 2011: India have problems in every department, and it doesn't look like they'll be able to fix them in time for their year-end tour

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How have India remained No. 1 this long?

Jul 31, 2011: The credit goes to MS Dhoni, who has shrewdly managed with a thin attack, but leaving England with their top billing intact is the team's biggest challenge

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Sehwag's absence will hurt India

Jul 17, 2011: Without him they will have to be cautious against England's swing bowlers. But even so the series, with its several mini-contests and the No. 1 ranking at stake, is expected to be a mouth-watering one

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Who's the ICC fooling?

Jul 3, 2011: It's laughable that cricket's global body asks its member boards to democratise when it is itself politically manipulated by the BCCI to make confusing compromises

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India's riches, Australia's need

Jun 19, 2011: One country lacks the young talent it needs to replenish its national side with, and the other has too many in the wings, waiting for the fading stars to leave

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Tendulkar, Ponting and the question of retirement

Jun 5, 2011: What are the signs that lead a player to decide on retirement? And are there any successors to these two greats?

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