Dec 20, 2005:
Careers that took off after slow starts
Dec 20, 2005: Last week, The List looked at players who became cricketing giants after ploughing through relatively mediocre starts to their careers. This week we look at the one-day equivalent
Good and bad starts to careers
Dec 13, 2005: The List looks at players who had relatively poor starts to their careers but eventually turned out great and vice versa
Performers in one form of the game
Dec 6, 2005: During the 1990s, cricket witnessed an increasing trend of players who featured prominently in one form of the game
Successive world-record holders
Nov 29, 2005: A list of world-record holders for most runs and wickets in Tests
Successive world-record holders
Nov 29, 2005: At Adelaide, Brian Lara broke another elite run-scoring record by going past Allan Border's total of 11,174 Test runs
The best and worst in the fourth innings
Nov 22, 2005: This week The List looks at players who have under- and over-achieved in the fourth innings of a Test
Bowlers and their bunnies
Nov 16, 2005: In 44 Tests - 17 against Australia with McGrath and 27 against West Indies Atherton fell to either McGrath, Walsh or Ambrose a staggering 53 times
Players most involved in run-outs
Nov 9, 2005: If you had to choose someone to bat for your life, you'd do well by picking Steve Waugh. But while doing that he may just run out a few of your mates in the process
Blistering 183 breaks a brace of records
Nov 1, 2005: As he strode past 153, Dhoni broke Brian Lara's record for the highest individual score in the second innings of an ODI
Test cricket's winningest players
Oct 25, 2005: Waugh, who also features among players involved in the most Test losses, has played in a massive 86 Test wins, 11 wins clear of Shane Warne
Oct 25, 2005: Players with best records in Test wins
Players involved in the most Test defeats
Oct 19, 2005: With the loss of the Super Test under his belt, Brian Lara became the cricketer to have played in the most Test losses
Oct 18, 2005: most test losses
Oct 14, 2005: The Super Test is around the corner and it seemed an opportune moment for The List to look at the best visiting players in Australia
Waqar? Steyn? Lillee? Dinda? Vote for your favourite headbanded bowler
Simon Barnes: How much truth is there in the notion that it rests with the team fresh off a victory?
Ahmer Naqvi: Do you have to be obsessive in your love for the game to qualify as a true fan?
Jarrod Kimber: Australia are facing some familiar foes as they attempt to recover from their Edgbaston thrashing
Jon Hotten: Why not let captains decide what batting or bowling first is worth and use runs to buy the advantage?
Papua New Guinea's attractive team kit at the World T20 Qualifier, cool cap included, caught our attention. What's your favourite of them all?
On Sunday, Tillakaratne Dilshan became the 11th batsman to score 10,000-plus ODI runs. Here are the key numbers from his ODI career
Why was it that Australia put in such a hazy performance in a match that mattered so much? Of the two teams they are the more experienced, the more used to winning and entering this week the more confident
England's selectors can reflect proudly on their decisions for the Edgbaston Test, but they will really earn their money in deciding who replaces James Anderson and what to do about an opener
Australia's selectors and management have been accused of being too harsh on Brad Haddin but the team's horrible display at Edgbaston suggests that they may actually have been too lenient, and not just on him
What makes this innocuous-seeming bowler so difficult to handle?
Death of a Gentleman exposes how neo-liberal economics threatens the game, while also hinting at worse lying beneath the surface, leaving you feeling disillusioned and angry