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England are on the back foot

Dec 17, 2007: Sri Lanka have dictated terms in the series so far, but England will come hard at Galle

Practice makes perfect

Dec 7, 2007: The secret of a purple patch: practice, and keeping things simple

A challenge, not a relief

Nov 29, 2007: Sri Lanka need to look at the England series as an opportunity to develop as a team

Australia do the basics best

Nov 22, 2007: Sri Lanka may have lost the series, but they've gained a lot else

Batsmen need to stand up

We need to handle pressure better

Nov 14, 2007: The Brisbane Test was a sobering experience, and there were plenty of lessons learned from it

It's a myth we can't play bounce

Nov 6, 2007: The key to batting in Australia is being positive both about hitting the ball and leaving it

We're here to win

Oct 31, 2007: Things are shaping up nicely for Sri Lanka after their first tour game

We need to annoy the opposition

Oct 24, 2007: What it'll take for Sri Lanka on their tour of Australia

We did not perform anywhere near potential

Oct 11, 2007: The below-par performance against England has hurt

Fast bowlers could be the key

Oct 1, 2007: Why the spinners may not be the main threats for England on their tour of Sri Lanka

You need self-belief and attitude

Apr 8, 2007: A big thank you to Jayasuriya and Muralitharan

I feel sorry for India's cricketers

Mar 28, 2007: The World Cup feels a little empty without India

Our youngsters are ready to make their mark

Mar 14, 2007: Not too much to worry about from Sri Lanka's defeat to New Zealand in the warm-up match

Full throttle

Feb 5, 2007: Sri Lanka are looking to hit their straps ahead of the World Cup

Starting to make winning a habit

Jan 17, 2007: A look back at Sri Lanka's tour of New Zealand, and ahead to the tour of India and the World Cup

Off-field incidents did not distract us

Dec 22, 2006: Sri Lanka deserved to win in New Zealand because they played better cricket

Being positive isn't always about hitting everything

Dec 13, 2006: The need to find a better balance between strokemaking and leaving

The Ponting formula

Nov 9, 2006: Australia's captain has served as an inspiration to all modern-day batsmen with his consistency

Pushing the envelope

Oct 19, 2006: There has been a marked change in attitude and a new hunger for success in the Sri Lankan team

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    The talented Mr Trumper

A hundred years after his death, Ashley Mallett on the life of Victor Trumper: the batsman who was possibly better than the Don on pitches ravaged by the elements

The art of the inevitable

The Cricket Monthly: There is a tide in the affairs of games when an improbability becomes a certainty. Simon Barnes
TCM June issue

The anomaly that is Yasir Shah

Hassan Cheema: His success does not reflect the bigger picture of legspin in Pakistan, but the team will be hoping he remains the exception for a long time

    New Mishra swaps pressure for enjoyment

The Indian legspinner now understands his craft better and isn't bogged down by rejection. By Sidharth Monga

Ken Grieves, lost hero

An Australian cricketer and footballer who played the Ashes - against the country of his birth. By Russell Jackson

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A squad without pace, keepers, or future planning

Five questions for the selectors who picked the second-string squad for the tour of Zimbabwe

Highest totals without a century, and dream ODI debuts

Also: the most team changes made by a country in successive one-day internationals, and highest individual Test scores in the second innings

Most fourth-innings tons, best average in Pak history

Statistics and records to celebrate Younis Khan's incredible journey as a Test cricketer. His next Test will be the 100th of his career

Johnson back to intimidate with word and deed

At the age of 33, Johnson does not expect to be back for another Ashes campaign and, since being forced to miss last year's World Twenty20 with a toe injury, he has played every game as if it is his last

Will finisher Raina find lasting success?

Notwithstanding Suresh Raina's utility in ODIs, he has never quite been a full-fledged match-winner. MS Dhoni will hope Raina can change that in his new role at No 6

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