Ashley Mallett
Ashley Mallett Ashley MallettRSS FeedFeeds  | Archives
Former Australia offspinner
Showing 21-34 of 34 First pageFirst Previous pagePrevious Next Next page Last Last page

Rotate against spin

Jan 18, 2013: In India, Australia's batsmen must counter slow bowling by trying to get to the non-striker's end every other ball

Ashley Mallett

Spin 'em hard, Herath

Dec 13, 2012: On Australian wickets, Sri Lanka's spinners will need to vary their pace and put their backs and fingers into it

Ashley Mallett

Another like Victor and the Don

Nov 22, 2012: Watching Michael Clarke's innings in Adelaide was like rewinding the clock to two other remarkable innings at the venue

Ashley Mallett

What's the matter with South Australia?

Oct 20, 2012: Though they've done well in limited-overs competition, they've floundered in first-class cricket for a number of seasons

Ashley Mallett

Five to do it all

Jul 10, 2012: Allrounders who could bat, bowl and sometimes field their sides to victory

Ashley Mallett

Quick picks

Jun 10, 2012: Five all-time great fast bowlers who had pace as well as every trick in the book

Ashley Mallett

Five-for

May 10, 2012: Modern spinners who could take any batsman on in any conditions and win

Ashley Mallett

The best batsmen I've seen

May 1, 2012: In the post-Bradman era, these players delighted spectators and deflated the opposition with their ability to dominate the most fearsome attacks

Ashley Mallett

The art of the gully man

Apr 16, 2012: Fielding at gully calls for its own set of skills

Ashley Mallett

Williamson's a star in the making

Apr 1, 2012: His second century drew praise from the likes of Neil Harvey and Barry Richards. New Zealand will be served well if he keeps it going

Ashley Mallett

Why Clarke must give up the ODI captaincy

Mar 14, 2012: His injuries and absences are unsettling Australia's young side. The selectors must save him for Tests and hand the one-day reins to a deserving candidate

Ashley Mallett

Clarke treads in the footsteps of the greats

Feb 13, 2012: Australia's three great modern captains have been Richie Benaud, Ian Chappell and Mark Taylor. And their latest leader may soon be counted among them

Ashley Mallett

Warner's Achilles heel

Jan 28, 2012: The Australia opener has been found out by spin. How he copes against slow bowling will be crucial to his future

Ashley Mallett

The problems with Lyon and Ashwin

Jan 12, 2012: The lead spinners on both sides have been under par during the first two Australia-India Tests

Ashley Mallett
Showing 21-34 of 34 First pageFirst Previous pagePrevious Next Next page Last Last page

Top

'I enjoyed people expecting things from me'

Sharda Ugra talks to Sachin Tendulkar and then watches Sachin: A Billion Dreams
Eight things we learned from the movie

    A guide to the Cricket Australia-players dispute

What are they fighting about? Here's a quick explainer

The colourful life of Umar Akmal

Brawls and bans feature in a big way in our list of highs and lows of the Pakistan batsman's career

    Will we see 400-plus totals this Champions Trophy?

George Dobell: England's one-day pitches have become more batsman-friendly over the past few seasons, so expect some very big scores

The hinterland of 40

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

News | Features Last 7 days

AB de Villiers misses out on ESPNcricinfo's all-time IPL XI

Chris Gayle, Dwayne Bravo, Sunil Narine and Lasith Malinga make up the overseas roster, while MS Dhoni captains the side

Smith, Dhoni central to Pune's turnaround

There were rumours about Rising Pune being a bickering and uninterested unit because of off-field decisions, but amid the noise, the think-tank addressed the underlying issue of how to win games

A history of the Champions Trophy in seven matches

A look at some of the games that summed up the themes the tournament has come to embody over the years

Accommodating the IPL

How a hotel takes care of players and teams for the two-month season

KKR strong until batting shuffle causes issues

Among the most formidable outfits in recent seasons, Kolkata Knight Riders were a strong team for most parts of the 2017 season, until their batting began to come apart

News | Features Last 7 days