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Former captain of Somerset; author of It Never Rains, Sometimes I Forgot to Laugh and other books
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Did you break the code?

Jan 16, 2008: Cricket, unlike other sports, lacks a code that - although not mentioned in any rule book - is universally accepted and lends the sport a commonness of purpose

Raise your sights, India

Jan 2, 2008: The world's most fanatical cricket nation must get serious about long-term success in the game and doing whatever that takes

The Aussie way

Dec 18, 2007: Australian cricket is fierce, attacking and spirited. In many ways it reflects the country's origins and history

Decline and fall

Dec 4, 2007: Self-indulgence and self-interest are to blame for West Indies' present condition.

Learning by degrees

Nov 22, 2007: Over the years cricket has not handled throwing well. Thankfully that seems to be changing, if slowly

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Accommodating the IPL

How do hotels cater to the players' needs and wants over a two-month season? Vishal Dikshit finds out

Who are the IPL's fans?

Srinath Sripath spends the evening of the tournament final in a Mumbai pub and comes away enlightened

The heart-stoppers

Which are the most thrilling T20 internationals ever played? Anantha Narayanan looks at the stats
The Cricket Monthly, May issue

    I won't be your hat-trick victim

Ask Steven: What became of the only two bowlers to have taken 16 wickets on Test debut?

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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AB de Villiers misses out on ESPNcricinfo's all-time IPL XI

Chris Gayle, Dwayne Bravo, Sunil Narine and Lasith Malinga make up the overseas roster, while MS Dhoni captains the side

Smith, Dhoni central to Pune's turnaround

There were rumours about Rising Pune being a bickering and uninterested unit because of off-field decisions, but amid the noise, the think-tank addressed the underlying issue of how to win games

Dhoni destroys and delights Mumbai

MS Dhoni was far from his best leading into and in this game. But when the ball was put in his half, that hardly mattered - much to the delight of even staunch Mumbai Indians fans

Washington Sundar thinks his way to success

For someone so young, with no big variations, the Pune offspinner has done remarkably well thanks to his clarity of thought

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

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