Jun 6, 2010: What are the motivations behind two contrasting proposals by Cricket Australia and the BCCI?
May 23, 2010: If the game is ever to take off in America, Twenty20 is most likely the way to go
May 9, 2010: You will need: an opener with timing; wicket-taking quicks; attacking, economical spinners; and a prodigious late-order hitter
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
Apr 11, 2010: Playing with international stars, and triumphing against them, will help cricketers like Rohit Sharma and David Warner make strong cases for being given runs in their national sides
Mar 28, 2010: The international schedule is under pressure from the shortest format. The way forward is a dedicated season for Twenty20, which should use a franchise model to grow the game across the world
Mar 14, 2010: ... is a stable administration and a supportive family. Michael Clarke, the Australian selectors and the Pakistan board would do well to note that
Feb 28, 2010: Lee has quit Tests at 33, while Tendulkar, nearing 37, has a renewed urge to dominate bowlers. What message does this send to youngsters taking up the game?
Feb 14, 2010: Even the best batsmen are troubled by late swing. Why waste time finding ways to reverse the old ball when the new one can be just as damaging?
Jan 31, 2010: The IPL commissioner has moments of brilliance interspersed with occasional lapses, like the batsman's attacking strokeplay. What he needs is a steady partner at the other end
Jan 17, 2010: The ICC needs to take full responsibility for the running of the review system, and Pakistan need to own up to their poor out cricket and questionable tactics
Jan 3, 2010: Like the Don, Sehwag bats with an uncluttered mind, has made over 290 three times in Tests, and has the best strike rate among high scorers of his generation
Dec 20, 2009: The race for the No. 1 spot in Tests has never had so many contenders. The year ahead is full of exciting possibilities for the format
Dec 6, 2009: Find a ball that will allow day-night matches, make a few compromises, and we could have Tests over three seven-hour days
Nov 22, 2009: Spreading the reach of cricket can best be achieved by expanding the Champions League, cutting Tests down to three days each, and using the franchise model effectively
Nov 8, 2009: More than a decade after his exploits in Sharjah, Tendulkar has proved he still has the spirit of old
Oct 25, 2009: The West Indian side's flair and skill has been the biggest selling point of the Champions League - and there's been plenty more
Oct 11, 2009: The young South African has shown he has the right stuff to take over from Ponting when the time comes
Sep 27, 2009: A couple of upsets, some juicy pitches, and plenty of uncertainty about the semi-final line-up - now that's what a world tournament needs
Sep 13, 2009: To be meaningful, ODIs need to stop being predictable - by cutting down on the regulations, and encouraging a close contest between bat and ball
Tim Wigmore: Shorter matches spell good news for spectators and broadcasters. Cricket has a little to lose and a whole lot to gain by truncating its premier format
If the New Zealander can carry forward the high standards he has set as a batsman into his leadership, he could finish as the country's finest cricketer
Ask Steven: Which current international cricketer resembles Eddie Redmayne?
Nepal captain Paras Khadka talks about the road ahead for the game in his country
Jon Hotten: At Lord's we saw three in-between scores of the sort that are as likely to annoy the selectors as excite them
Stats highlights from the fourth day's play in Antigua where Ashwin's maiden five-wicket haul outside Asia bowled India to an innings victory
Stats highlights from the first day of the Antigua Test, where Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan stole the show from the hosts
Against India in 2002, Hooper, Dillon, Chanderpaul and Co. gave their fans something to cheer about
A crushing victory over Pakistan gave England plenty to be pleased about but familiar concerns remain over the make-up of the side
Sri Lanka's lead spinner must feel like a bus driver in charge of a spluttering vehicle as the hosts strive to challenge a strong Australian side
There was enough logic in Alastair Cook's decision not to enforce the follow-on to make it understandable at worst and reasonable at best