May 30, 2012: Older, wiser, more sober, Marlon Mark 3 has traded in some of the flash and impetuosity of his younger self to good effect. Might the captaincy be next?
May 16, 2012: Given the circumstances, even baby steps by West Indies in England will amount to victory
Apr 18, 2012: Batsmen will be batsmen and bowlers bowlers, and never the two shall see eye to eye
Apr 4, 2012: South Africa's No. 3 has joined the likes of Laxman, Gower and Jayawardene among the most stylish of modern batsmen
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
Scouting players, researching numbers, and even practicising their buying skills - franchises leave nothing to chance
Ian Chappell: Who should open - Renshaw or Shaun Marsh? Should Glenn Maxwell be picked? And what about Matthew Wade?
Jarrod Kimber: Few have given as much to Associate cricket as Peter Borren, and his will to win means Netherlands will keep knocking on the door
Gideon Haigh recommends two cricket novels: Dudley Carew's The Son of Grief and Bruce Hamilton's Pro
The Cricket Monthly February 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
Stats highlights from India's record-breaking victory over Bangladesh in Hyderabad
R Ashwin reached 250 Test wickets on the fourth day of Hyderabad Test, becoming the quickest to the landmark
The dismantling of the Big Three regime offered the opportunity to forge a collaboration for a new global order in cricket, but that has gone to waste
Touring India can be tough and intimidating; Smith's team must get a number of things right