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Former New Zealand opener; now a television commentator and cricket columnist
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Bring Rixon back

Oct 29, 2009: Why New Zealand could do worse than adopt a back-to-the-future approach when it comes to picking their next coach

Leather hunt ahoy

Mar 17, 2009: New Zealand's bowling lacks penetration, and preparing seaming wickets won't be the ticket either

Keeping the boss happy

Feb 24, 2009: New Zealand Cricket knows on which side their bread is buttered. Ergo, expect more favourable conditions for the Indian batsmen this time round

A few alarms but no surprises

Jul 4, 2008: New Zealand's showing in the ODIs against England was about par for the course for them

Goodbye to the general

Mar 22, 2008: He has the most Test runs of any New Zealander, but it is Stephen Fleming's contributions as a master strategist that he will be remembered for

The big squeeze

Feb 12, 2008: In the battle between the ICL and the ICC-BCCI, New Zealand cricket is becoming a helpless casualty, and the loss of Shane Bond is a prime example

A shortage of talent

Where have all the fast men gone?

Nov 21, 2007: The chief reason for New Zealand's plight in Test cricket is the lack of top-quality fast bowlers

The likeable librarian

Oct 29, 2007: Daniel Vettori will bring a wealth of experience and cricket sense to the New Zealand captaincy

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A captain a minute

Or that's what it felt like in India at the tail end of the 1950s. By V Ramnarayan

    Dhoni and Kohli: a clash of ideologies?

Sidharth Monga: The philosophies of India's two captains could not be more different. That makes for a tricky situation, which the administrators must handle well

    The talented Mr Trumper

A century after his death, remembering Victor Trumper: the batsman who was possibly better than the Don on pitches scarred by the elements. By Ashley Mallett

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

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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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