Regulars

Younis Khan signals his 150

Younis Khan and the art of scoring hundreds

Numbers Game: Only five Pakistanis have scored 15-plus hundreds, but his appetite for tons matches that of the best

Graham Gooch batting against India in the World Cup semi-final

Last ball, last wicket, and Northants' parched spell

Ask Steven: Also, Vijay Manjrekar's nickname, Abid Ali's no-ball, oldest double-centurions, and this decade's leading players

Michael Clarke watches the rain fall

Spin challenge for Australia

Numbers Game: The series against Pakistan is an opportunity to prove they've learnt from their bad experiences in India

Sean Abbott celebrates a wicket

Highest ODI averages, and Leap Year babies

Ask Steven: Also, fewest boundaries in a T20 innings, most runs in a Test, and a pest named Fruitfly

Fazal Mahmood takes a cigarette break during a match

On This Day

Pakistan announce themselves

October 26: Pakistan's maiden Test win

Review

Cover image of Geoffrey Boycott's <i>The Corridor of Uncertainty</i>

A work of introspection, Boycott style

Review: Geoff Boycott's latest autobiography is nuanced and rounded, and acknowledges errors, failings and regrets

Highlights

'My dream is to win the World Cup for New Zealand'

Neil Wagner on being 12th man for South Africa, his baseball namesake, and who he'd least like to be stuck in a lift with

The Singhs of Inverhaugh

The journey of Bart and Jan Singh's labour of love in rural Canada - the alluring Inverhaugh Cricket Club - which they built from scratch. By Justin Robertson

'I never stole money, yet I was given five years'

Half a decade since his ban ended, Maurice Odumbe continues to live with the stigma of corruption. By Tim Wigmore

Opinion

The West Indies bowlers stifled India at the death

Has international cricket begun to break up?

Simon Barnes: The disenchantment among the weaker teams is forcing a devaluation of Test cricket

Dave Cameron and Wavell Hinds at the agreement-signing ceremony

No time for India and West Indies to squabble

Mark Nicholas: Why the BCCI should use a carrot, not a stick, in its approach to the WICB

Dwayne Bravo, West Indies' new one-day captain, speaks to the media

A rock, a hard place and the WICB

Tony Cozier: The board must deal with the striking players practically if it wants any resolution to the embarrassing crisis

Mahendra Singh Dhoni examines the pitch during a training session

The pitch belongs to the curator

Ian Chappell: Players demanding that home pitches should favour them don't realise it's a retaliatory business