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Calling all passengers for day-night Tests in England

Oct 7, 2016: In confirming their first day-night Test next summer, the ECB have taken another decisive step towards the city-based future that they believe will safeguard the sport

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Spot-fixing controversy

A cleansing process

Nov 3, 2011: In the short term the game will mourn the loss of yet another veneer of innocence but the overwhelming emotion ought to be one of relief

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England in India 2011-12

England's cup of shame runs over

Oct 28, 2011: This latest drubbing in India arguably represents a lower ebb than the ones before, and ought to give cause for concern for the future

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West Indies in England 2011

Five captains, but no sinking ship

Sep 14, 2011: Graeme Swann is as good a continuity candidate as England could have hoped to put forward

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India in England 2011

How good are this England side?

Aug 24, 2011: Andrew Strauss leads a ruthlessly competent outfit but it currently lacks the genius that underpinned the all-time great teams of the past

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India in England, 2011

From one-man bands to world-beating team

Aug 18, 2011: English cricket used to be about lone talents shining forth despite the chaos of the system. Now, though, it's all about the collective

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Spirit of cricket? Surrender of series ...

Aug 3, 2011: The current contest ought to have been the best and closest Test series in England since that epoch-defining summer. Instead England are dormie-two at the halfway point

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The end of innocence?

May 9, 2011: The ECB needs to trust its product if the very sanctity of cricket in the country is to be preserved against the ever-encroaching demands of international cricket

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England's three-way vote of confidence

May 6, 2011: Never mind one captain across all formats, England have now installed three. It raises many questions but promises a fascinating ride

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Fletcher's second coming his biggest test

Apr 28, 2011: The challenge of preserving India's supremacy is greater for their new coach than when he was in charge of reviving England's fortunes

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The best World Cup of all time

Apr 5, 2011: But the ICC's decision to chop out the Associates - especially Ireland, who were integral to the excitement - is both baffling and tragic

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World Cup 2011

England had nothing left to give

Mar 27, 2011: After living on the edge throughout the World Cup, England's campaign was ended by a thumping defeat as a worn out team finally imploded

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England v Ireland, World Cup 2011, Group B, Bangalore

England's destiny slipping through their grasp

Mar 3, 2011: Ireland's stunning victory has certainly enlivened the World Cup but has left England's game in an urgent need for revival

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World Cup 2011

Bresnan's brilliance marks return of England's fire

Feb 28, 2011: Tim Bresnan scalped Sehwag in his first over, claimed three wickets in four balls in his last, and was the only bowler on a night of extraordinary strokeplay who displayed the range of skills required

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World Cup 2011

Prior returns as the pragmatic pick

Jan 19, 2011: For the first time since 1992, England are heading to a World Cup with a side that believes it can take home the spoils

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Paul Collingwood's Test retirement

A man worth more than numbers

Jan 6, 2011: Paul Collingwood will be remembered as a cricketer who was greater than the sum of his parts

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Swann owes much to his wilderness years

Dec 15, 2010: Swann's time on the sidelines has played a huge role in his transformation and England's recent success story

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The Ashes 2010-11

The shark and the pilot fish

Nov 24, 2010: Pietersen's penchant for the big stage, and the fact that Bell is never happier than when slipstreaming a more prominent colleague bodes well for England

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Ten tough years in Test cricket

Nov 15, 2010: To dwell on Bangladesh's failings would be inappropriate on such a notable anniversary, especially at a time when they are awash with the sort of optimism not seen since those heady first moments

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A different kind of commentary

Oct 11, 2010: Tired of the clichés you get on television? Test Match Sofa offers an entertaining alternative

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The obscure cricketer imprinted on my mind

Sankaran Krishna remembers the exciting Tamil Nadu batsman R Prabhakar and his Buchi Babu exploits

    A cricket story run out by indifference

Review: Aravind Adiga's new novel is centred around the game but isn't really in love with it

Go pro

Simon Barnes on the word "professional": once used to describe a lower class of player, it now stands for a job reasonably done
The Cricket Monthly October issue

    American football's in UK. Where's cricket in USA?

NFL has taken a long-term approach to expanding its base. Cricket's globalisation plans are still to click

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

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Candid Clarke's revelations and reckonings

Talking points from Michael Clarke's new autobiography

An Ashwin nightmare awaits Australia

They have traditionally struggled against good offspin bowling, and the Indian spinner can now be included among the best of his kind

India's chance to formulate game plan before Champions Trophy

With the Champions Trophy only eight months away, India's ODI selections from here on will have to be geared towards the larger picture

How three small words unravelled the Hughes inquest

A difficult week was made worse by how the players involved in the match in which Phillip Hughes was struck had their tactics and "nature of play" questioned

Asif marks first-class comeback with victory

ESPNcricinfo looks at the major talking points from the latest round of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2016-17

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