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ZImbabwe cricket in crisis

Just when you think it can't get worse

Nov 2, 2005: Martin Williamson on Zimbabwe cricket's continuing slide towards chaos

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Why the ICC should not decide what is official

Time to rewrite the record books

Oct 18, 2005: Few outside Australia will mourn the end of this Sorry Series

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Why the WICB CEO should go

Time's up for Brathwaite

Aug 11, 2005: A report has suggested that Roger Brathwaite, the CEO of the West Indies board, has offered his resignation

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Sachin's sledge, Smith's cramps, and the birth of DRS

The Champions Trophy has produced some captivating moments and storylines over the years. Andrew McGlashan goes down memory lane

South Africa and England the teams to beat

S Rajesh looks at win-loss ratios, run rates, and pace v spin in his Champions Trophy stats preview

What we'll miss about West Indies

The sixes, the dancing, the press conferences, and Salt Bae - we won't get to see those this Champions Trophy

    Likely to be India, England, Australia and SA in the semis

Ian Chappell: The Champions Trophy is set to be an exciting and competitive 50-over tournament

The hinterland of 40

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

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A history of the Champions Trophy in seven matches

A look at some of the games that summed up the themes the tournament has come to embody over the years

Accommodating the IPL

How a hotel takes care of players and teams for the two-month season

Mumbai's bench strength bosses the IPL

They had a whole host of World Cup and World T20 winners and finalists on their roster. Is it any wonder they won the IPL?

Young Indian players carve new Pune identity

While Ben Stokes provided the X factor for Rising Pune Supergiant, it was the consistency shown by the likes of Rahul Tripathi and Washington Sundar that lifted them from the lows of 2016

I won't be your hat-trick victim

Also, what is the record for number of stumpings in Test and first-class innings?

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