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Akalanka sizzles, Deano tees off

Jan 26, 2009: A Sri Lankan bowler goes the Gough way, New Zealand's selectors discover the joys of "pooching", and Aamir Khan takes to cricket again

Kanishkaa Balachandran

Crash bang wallop

Jan 19, 2009: Big hitters, helmet alerts in the stands, and a mother's 7000-mile journey

Jamie Alter

Birds, briefs and Brian May

Jan 12, 2009: The winning underpants, Ganguly's new job and a flock of spreadeagled pigeons

Brydon Coverdale

No bias, no entry, no degree

Dec 22, 2008: Supersport takes on Channel Nine, Langer gets pulled up, aid for schoolgirls, and an umpire yet to graduate

Nishi Narayanan

Warne's worries, and cat litter on a cricket field

Dec 14, 2008: Jane McGrath day, 60 hours of continuous cricket for almost no gain, and a commentator with a difference

George Binoy

Ten no-balls and Ten10

Dec 8, 2008: A Pakistani bowler has a nightmare, Dhoni struggles to fit in his exams, and Derbyshire's players get some beauty tips

Andrew McGlashan

Bringing back the mo

Nov 24, 2008: The mush, the strip, the film, the burger

Cricinfo staff

You don't mess with Dhoni's fans

Nov 17, 2008: Trigger-happy Dhoni fans, eight-ball cricket, monster hits and Yuvraj in a corset

Siddarth Ravindran

Dhoni drives, Sachin campaigns, Freddie keeps his shirt on

Nov 10, 2008: Cricket gets on the MVP bandwagon, Mahi takes the wheel, and Sachin hits the election trail

Mathew Varghese

Dollars net fan

Nov 3, 2008: Stanford, Warne, Stanford, Jones and more Stanford

Will Luke

A Fanatical offence, Benaud's cap, and a missing coach

Oct 27, 2008: T-shirt slogans, Warnie's recall, and a Gibbs double feature

Kanishkaa Balachandran

Batsmen in bikinis, grounded cups, googlied Germans

Oct 20, 2008: A trophy without a license to fly, a batsman in a two-piece, and a merry band of German cricketers

Jamie Alter

Wild ducks, fried chicken, and Bengali No. 1

Oct 13, 2008: Harbhajan outrages Sikhs, Cricket Australia "promotes" obesity, and a team loses its balls

Nishi Narayanan

Baseball, golf and a little bit of cricket

Oct 7, 2008: Baseball comes to Somerset, Vaughan picks up his clubs, and Warne names his top 100

Andrew McGlashan

Old boys volunteer, new guns wanted

Sep 29, 2008: Fifty-nine hours of cricket, home cheerleaders for the ICL, and Bradman's bat breaks a record

Mathew Varghese

Stolen goods, missing ladies and a flying roof

Sep 22, 2008: A prize catch, a coin-toss gone wrong, and a statesman spinner

Mathew Varghese

A botched burglary, and Bouch's beef

Sep 15, 2008: The Honourable Shivnarine Chanderpaul OCC, Darren "Human Tetris" Gough, and Suzie Bates' handy Plan B

Siddarth Ravindran

Metal Bruce, fishy Roy

Sep 8, 2008: Pop stars, heavy rockers, and the new Sobers

Will Luke

Bradmania, cards for cads, and the missing ball

Sep 1, 2008: Celebrating The Don's centenary, comparing Symonds to Bolt, excluding KP from England's best, and red-carding foul-mouths

George Binoy

Lee's jocks, Bolt shocks

Aug 25, 2008: An Australian batsman's high-profile fan, the world's highest cricket venue, and Bradman's pet-shop connection

Brydon Coverdale
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A sleepless night in Chittagong

George Dobell: Whether Bangladesh win or England, this Test will be one for the ages

The greatest cricketer who never lived

In our new series, we look at cricket in fiction. First up, Shehan Karunatilaka's Chinaman
The Cricket Monthly October issue

Test or T20?

Daniel Brettig: Two Australian teams will play a T20 and a Test each in two separate continents within a day next February. Is this how itineraries will be drawn up in the future?

'You can't control how the ball bounces, but you can control athleticism'

Chris Donaldson, New Zealand's strength and conditioning coach, talks about his Olympic career and working in cricket

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

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

Azhar's 302 and 2, and the cheapest eight-for

Also: most wickets in a bowler's last Test, and Australia's whitewashes

The Faf advantage

Why du Plessis is better placed to captain South Africa than AB de Villiers

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