Mar 21, 2012: As the game's governing body, how can the ICC choose not to send its own match officials to the country but be okay with Bangladesh's players playing there?
Mar 7, 2012: Lara, Tendulkar and Ponting may all stake their claims, but when picking your top batsman of this century, you overlook South Africa's finest at your peril
Feb 22, 2012: Television has benefited cricket, but it is a relationship that can get far too cosy for the game's good
Feb 8, 2012: What cricket can learn from baseball when it comes to rooting out corruption
Jan 25, 2012: What if spinners were allowed to flex their arms 20 degrees while bowling?
Jan 12, 2012: Rivalries become interesting when there's spice in them. Let's hope England and Pakistan won't disappoint like India and Australia have this season
Dec 14, 2011: Time to salute the players who made 2011 in cricket the year it was
Nov 30, 2011: Ricky Ponting is intensely competitive but also unlikely to stay on if he thinks he can no longer contribute to the team cause
Nov 16, 2011: The two teams have been eyeballing each other since South Africa returned to international cricket. Theirs is the best rivalry today because it is a battle of wills
Nov 3, 2011: Swann's criticism of Pietersen in his autobiography is another in a long list of players antagonising others in print - never been a wise thing to do
Oct 20, 2011: Two promising new fast bowlers have given cricket watchers everywhere cause for cheer
Oct 5, 2011: The shortest format is cricket at its most elemental and daring, and we need more of it - but only those games where people can be bothered to care about who wins
Sep 21, 2011: First-class cricket in England has been bright-eyed and rosy-cheeked for the last few seasons. And the one just concluded was truly special
Sep 7, 2011: Why is a pitch that does a little too much deemed so much worse than one that's dead from day one?
Aug 24, 2011: There are more worthy goals ahead of England's captain still, but will he have the appetite for them, or the fortitude to keep self-doubt at bay?
Aug 10, 2011: The seemingly outdated concept actually makes perfect sense in deciding the Test championship
Jul 27, 2011: Why is cricket so resistant to permitting like-for-like replacements for players who are under-par and underperforming?
Jul 13, 2011: Context, quality, balance and drama make a Test memorable. Is there any one game that ticks all boxes?
Jun 29, 2011: The proposed FTP may seem unjust to some teams but the likes of Bangladesh won't have it worse than they already do; and maybe a two-tier structure is closer than we think
Jun 15, 2011: Players across sports have taken legal action for wrongful dismissal. The Australian opener could do the same, but financial compensation will hardly also bring a recall
Numbers Game: Only two England players have won more Man-of-the-Match awards than Stuart Broad, whose next Test will be his 100th
Jon Hotten: Warne and Murali's big turn has given way to something more subtle
This son of an apartheid-era wicketkeeper is the sort of spinner South Africa have been looking for for a long time
Who is the only player to have been given out both handled the ball and obstructing the field in ODIs?
The Cricket Monthly October issue
Jon Hotten: At Lord's we saw three in-between scores of the sort that are as likely to annoy the selectors as excite them
Almost two-thirds of Dhoni's 9000 ODI runs have come as captain and all of them with the extra responsibility of keeping
Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni dominate the stats highlights from the Mohali ODI
India's limited-overs captain has wanted to bat up 'for a long time'; when he got the chance in Mohali, he played the big shots unhindered by the pressures of finishing a chase
A thoughtless remark nearly derailed the South African batsman's career before it began. And then he got five ducks
Recent middle-order mainstays make it to Pakistan's all-time XI selected on the occasion of the country's 400th Test
Australia's clash of Twenty20 and Test fixtures, with players forced to choose between them, will come to be seen as a tipping point for the international game
Higher frame rates for cameras and a safeguard to prevent operator error were the key improvements in technology that led to the BCCI agreeing to trial the system
Taking 20 wickets against England was a significant step forward for Bangladesh - but work is required, particularly on pace bowling, to maintain their progress
Talking points from Mitchell Johnson's new autobiography