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Haddin the heel

Sep 16, 2015: The former Australia wicketkeeper was happy to play the villain to get the best out of himself and his team

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Why Chandimal's innings was rare and freakish

Sep 11, 2015: When a team has nothing left to lose, batsmen can take undue risks. Some get lucky, some for longer than others

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Dhoni and Kohli: a clash of ideologies?

Jul 2, 2015: The personalities and philosophies of India's two captains could not be more different. That makes for a tricky situation, which India's cricket administration must handle well

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India in England 2014

Over to the ICC

Aug 3, 2014: The implications of the Anderson-Jadeja verdict go beyond its narrow legal parameters; it's time the ICC stepped in and acted for the good of the game

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Where's the room for struggle?

Apr 8, 2014: T20 is a cruel format that doesn't give too many players a shot at redemption. Here it's easy to identify a villain and bury him

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Our Tom

Jul 11, 2013: How could you not love Chris Martin? Not least, he gave ball-by-ball commentators plenty to talk about in the wee hours

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World Twenty20 2012

Mini crisis presents major opportunity for India

Oct 6, 2012: India were underwhelming in the World Twenty20 again, and the team is in flux, but a new selection panel gives Dhoni a chance for a makeover

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Not right as rain

Sep 25, 2012: T20 is far removed from traditional cricket; it's time it got a specialised rain rule

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Why pay lip service to Test cricket?

Jun 11, 2012: Everyone who says the five-day game can co-exist with the current overdose of T20 is living in a fool's paradise

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IPL 2012

Cricketainment is back; will it win again?

Apr 4, 2012: Over the last four years, in terms of number of eyeballs, the mix of cricket and entertainment has won, but it is not getting easier

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A time for Sehwag to reflect and plan

Mar 1, 2012: The break from the Asia Cup is a chance for Virender Sehwag to look back at his game, reassess his targets and prepare for the challenges ahead

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India must keep the hurt alive

Jan 17, 2012: All too conveniently, humiliations overseas are allowed to fade. The BCCI needs to make sure that doesn't happen this time

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How can India's selectors be trusted?

Sep 28, 2011: How do we begin to evaluate their judgement in taking punts on players if we are forever confronted with the elementary errors they persist in making?

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Dravid's ODI career

The misfit who thrived

Sep 16, 2011: Rahul Dravid wasn't made to play ODIs, but he made himself do it

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India in England 2011

Hiding behind the wall

Aug 6, 2011: Well past his 38th birthday, Rahul Dravid will hope his recall is not a repeat act of the 2009 call-up

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Decision Review System

Let's talk about the DRS

Jun 26, 2011: Is the DRS implementable in its current form and has it moved too far away from its initial purpose of eliminating howlers?

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A tricky job for an uncluttered brain

Apr 19, 2011: Dilshan's captaincy will surely mark a new era in Sri Lankan cricket. A mistake could set them back by years, but success will put him among the all-time Sri Lankan greats.

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Highest T20 score in Australia, and Kohli's run of form

Stats highlights from the final T20I between Australia and India in Sydney, which the visitors won to complete a series sweep

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There are some big names going under the hammer on Saturday. Who will get the largest paycheck? Vote now

The evolution of Virat Kohli into a complete batsman

He worked to improve as a batsman, mastering his weakness against the short ball, and learning new strokes even though he was successful without them

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