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Five-for

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

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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

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The art of the gully man

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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The master and the madman

Brendan de Caires on watching cricket at Bourda in Georgetown in the '70s
The Cricket Monthly June issue

    Yasir and Sarfraz: can we hear an ai hai hai?

The pairing of legspinner and keeper is unlike any other in cricket. By Osman Samiuddin

    'I want to score 10,000 runs in either format'

Tamim Iqbal talks about rediscovering his batting form through 2015, and Bangladesh's shortage of cricket this year

    'We'd like franchises in New York and Toronto'

CPL chief executive Damien O'Donohoe talks about the league's plans

Cricket equals pain

Your body hurts, your mind rebels, and your spirit can't handle the world changing around you. By Jonathan Wilson

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