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Editor of Intelligent Life magazine and a former editor of Wisden
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The unpredictable charm of cricket

Predict and perish

Aug 8, 2006: Tim de Lisle warns against the Ashes fever gripping England way ahead of schedule and looks ahead to a trying contest against Pakistan

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Why bring in a batsman for a bowler?

The irreplaceable Mr. Flintoff

Jul 25, 2006: Tim de Lisle argues that England should have replaced Andrew Flintoff with a bowler, to bolster a depleted attack, and not Ian Bell in the first Test against Pakistan at Lord's if they wanted to force a victory

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Have England been getting ahead of themselves?

Tackle Pakistan first, the Ashes later

Jul 11, 2006: Tim de Lisle warns against the Ashes fever gripping England way ahead of schedule and looks ahead to a trying contest against Pakistan

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Why cricket is like strawberries

Give us back our seasons

May 2, 2006: Greetings from London, where it is cold and wet and hardly feels as if spring has arrived, let alone summer - and yet, next week, we have a Test series

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    England's swinging shooting star

Mark Nicholas: The boy from Burnley with magic in his wrist has surpassed all before him - we may be able to enjoy his skills for a few more years

ICC probe a challenge for SLC's clean-up act

Andrew Fidel Fernando: The decision to look into government interference in the board may have come at a time when there are signs of positive change

    'I still have to contribute to keep my ODI spot'

Azhar Ali looks ahead to his new role as Pakistan's ODI captain and talks about his leadership style. By Umar Farooq

    The McCullum mystery in the IPL

Numbers Game: The batsman's numbers in the previous seven seasons aren't consistent with his obvious attacking skills

The wrecking ball and the subtle knife

Jon Hotten: Ian Botham and James Anderson, England's leading wicket-takers, couldn't be more different from each other

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The day Richie died

Sharing a commentary box with Richie Benaud was an enriching, inspiring, and sometimes overwhelming experience

Dhoni the finisher put on ice

MS Dhoni's batting has shown signs of decline. The big hits have grown less frequent and there is a definite sense that we are seeing a most singular career winding down

Most maidens in a Test, and Australia's oldest players

Plus, MS Dhoni in chases, and most Test runs against England

'I still have to contribute to keep my place in the ODI side'

Azhar Ali looks ahead to his new role as Pakistan's ODI captain, talks about his leadership style and adjusting to the format

Mumbai lose Rohit in translation

The modern tactic is to hold the big hitter back in T20s, but Rohit Sharma is much more than that and using him at No. 4 means he has to play a game he is no longer used to

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