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Three misfits

Apr 13, 2008: Long before Shoaib Akhtar, cricket had its share of rebels who didn't fit the social mould

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The loony leagues

Mar 23, 2008: Of cricket at the lower levels, where you're only a true lover of the game when you're a legend in your own mind

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Vintage Arlott

Mar 9, 2008: The master's writings on wine tell us more about him than his autobiography did

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The loneliness of the long-distance cricketer

Feb 24, 2008: Do cricketers face greater stress and pressure than other sportsmen? Nearly two decades ago, David Frith produced a masterpiece on the subject

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The man who became a cause

Feb 10, 2008: The D'Oliveira affair, superbly chronicled by Peter Oborne, is a reminder that cricket can be about so much more than just sport

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The art of anthology

Nov 12, 2007: Something old, something new, something quirky, something rare. Oh, and don't forget the Cardus

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In the dock

Sep 11, 2007: Cricketers used to love lawsuits. Times have changed, alas

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    Busy keepers, and Waqar's bowleds

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    When Lillee bowled offspin

Dickie Bird on what happened when he declined a request for a change of ball once

'The man who had a winning impact'

Modern Masters: Rahul Dravid and Sanjay Manjrekar discuss VVS Laxman's match-winning skills

The underutilised, and the ergonomically unpleasing

Beige Brigade: Odd bowling actions, the Onehunga Cricket Association, commentary doyens, and Mystery Morrison's Test wickets

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Youngest double-centurions, and the oldest living Test players

Also, the closest ODI team match-ups, most catches in a T20, and expensive Test debut five-fors

From Constantine to Chanderpaul

As West Indies play their 500th Test, here's an interactive journey through their Test history

Soaring in the 1980s, slumping in the 2000s

In their pomp, West Indies had a 53-13 win-loss record; in their last 99, it is 16-53. That, in a nutshell, shows how steep the decline has been

The contenders to replace Ajmal

Following the bowling ban on Saeed Ajmal, ESPNcricinfo picks five bowlers Pakistan may replace him with for the time being

I got more than I expected - Shastri

ESPNcricinfo spoke to Ravi Shastri, India's new team director, after the conclusion of the tour of England, where MS Dhoni's team lost the Tests, won the ODIs and then lost the only Twenty20 international

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