May 4, 2009: If a stump falls and no one is around to write about it, does it mean Australia must be playing Pakistan
Mar 26, 2009: Bryce McGain should be given all the help he needs to make sure his first Test is not his last
Mar 12, 2009: Australia have had to strain every sinew for the win against South Africa. It makes for a nice change
Feb 26, 2009: Australia's dressing-room celebrations used to be about spontaneity and mateship. Not anymore, it would seem
Jan 15, 2009: The Australian selectors' fixation on creating allrounders out of players who aren't has affected more than a few careers
Dec 25, 2008: Matthew Hayden has played the muscular biffer, pillaging mostly average attacks with great success. Is he among the greatest openers, as his figures seem to indicate?
Nov 13, 2008: The cricket in the Nagpur Test was variously decried as being defensive and unimaginative. But who said Test matches are about attacking all the time?
Oct 17, 2008: Ponting's team clearly isn't the force Waugh's or Taylor's were. They don't bat, bowl or field as competently
Oct 3, 2008: Why legspinners are more proficient when they're older and wiser
Aug 18, 2008: All too few top-level players have the writing skills to match. So why are they increasingly making inroads into the cricket media?
Sri Lanka in Australia 2004
Jun 16, 2004: John Howard's one and only contribution has been to put paid to any hope of Muttiah Muralitharan touring Australia
Mahela Jayawardene talks about reforming Sri Lankan cricket, and the challenges of handling big-name players
The venue has a chance this weekend to show that the facility built for cricket has not been entirely lost to soccer
Peter Oborne recalls England-Pakistan series from the past
The Cricket Monthly July issue
Numbers Game: Since 2012, the average opening stand in Tests in Sri Lanka is 25.82, the lowest among the top countries
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
Also: the fastest Indian to 50 wickets, and Yasir Shah's unwanted "double-hundred"