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The Week That Was ... October 24 to 30, 2005

Christmas Waugh tale, Boycs and Shoaib (again)

Oct 30, 2005: We take a look at the week that was ... Steve Waugh's publishing problems, Mark Nicholas's reprieve, Tino Best and Shoaib Akhtar's professionalism, and a pitch with too big a slope

Martin Williamson

The Week That Was

Ganguly, Shoaib and a Waugh salvo

Oct 23, 2005: We take a look at the week that was, highlighting the star performers, the flops, and the stories that sent headline writers into a tizzy

Dileep Premachandran

The Week That Was ... October 10 to 16, 2005

Dunking with the Don

Oct 16, 2005: We take a look at the week that was ... the ICC Awards, Sachin's return, Ganguly's removal, pitch invasions and taking a bite out of Bradman

Martin Williamson
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Batting 3.0

A deep dive into the whys, hows and whoas of modern batsmanship. By Ed Smith
The Cricket Monthly July issue

    'I've had a lot more good days with bat recently than ball'

Scott Borthwick's main chance appears to be of making the Test squad as a top-order batsman, but his value as a spinner is still high

    England discover their ODI batting mojo

Numbers Game: In the last year, England's batsmen have scored faster, made more hundreds, and hit more fours and sixes

The master and the madman

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

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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Chance for West Indies' Under-19 stars to make a splash

As the CPL's fourth season gets underway, ESPNcricinfo presents a handy primer on the teams involved and the players to watch out for

Pakistan, Arthur unite in quest for redemption

Three years on from his sacking as Australia's coach, Mickey Arthur believes the same adherence to discipline will help Pakistan achieve redemption in England

Fourth-innings rearguards, and all-round heroics on ODI debut

Also: the highest by a No. 8 in ODIs, and the highest totals in ten-wicket wins

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

The pairing of legspinner and keeper is unlike any other in cricket, and full of rich and complex dynamics

'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

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