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India v Australia, 4th Test, Mumbai, 2nd day

Dancing the day away

Nov 4, 2004: Roving Reporter by Rahul Bhatia at Mumbai

Roving Reporter by Rahul Bhatia at Mumbai

India v Australia, 4th Test, Mumbai, 1st day

The ABC of cricket

Nov 4, 2004: Rahul Bhatia watches the rain, and the elections in the United States, at the ABC commentary box

Roving Reporter by Rahul Bhatia

India v Australia, 4th Test, Mumbai

An active green

Nov 2, 2004: Roving Reporter from Rahul Bhatia in Mumbai

Roving Reporter from Rahul Bhatia in Mumbai

India v Australia, 3rd Test, Nagpur, 3rd day

Anyone for cricket?

Oct 29, 2004: It might well be worth spending a moment on the quality of the Indian fans

Roving Reporter by Anand Vasu at Nagpur

India v Australia, 3rd Test, Nagpur, 3rd day

Dealing with distraction

Oct 28, 2004: The Roving Reporter outlines the complaints of the media

Roving Reporter by Nagraj Gollapudi at Nagpur

India v Australia, 3rd Test, Nagpur, 2nd day

The Fanatics are here

Oct 27, 2004: The Roving Reporter meets a group of Australian supporters known as The Fanatics

Roving Reporter by Nagraj Gollapudi in Nagpur

England in Bangladesh 2003-04

Bangabandhu: more than just a stadium

Oct 20, 2003: Andrew Miller makes a pilgrimage to the house of Bangladesh's late founder, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman

Roving Reporter by Andrew Miller in Dhaka

Australia v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Sydney, 3rd day

The best thing since sliced bread

Oct 19, 2003: In October 1999, when a lanky ex-schoolteacher took over as coach of the Australian team, there were more than a few raised eyebrows

Roving Reporter by Christine Davey

India v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Mohali, 3rd day

Sheep were jumping fences

Oct 18, 2003: Three days, seven wickets

Roving Reporter by Rahul Bhattacharya in Mohali

Australia v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Sydney, 1st day

Golden balls and coat-hangers

Oct 17, 2003: Christine Davey samples the atmosphere - or lack of it - at the SCG for the first day of Australia's second Test against Zimbabwe

Roving Reporter - Christine Davey in Sydney

India v New Zealand, 2nd test, Mohali, 1st day

Little jewel with a beat of Bhangra

Oct 16, 2003: There was scent of tandoori in the air, and the bhangra played during intervals

Rahul Bhattacharya

Roving Reporter in Dhaka

Dhaka in darkness

Oct 15, 2003: The inside of Dhaka's Bangabandhu Stadium is something of a maze - as our man found out when he got locked in it

Andrew Miller

India v New Zealand, 1st Test, Ahmedabad, 4th day

Not much work for the speed gun at Motera

Oct 11, 2003: Since the ICC has no policy regulating speed guns, any technology used to measure the velocity of the ball is currently acceptable

Samanth Subramanian

Australia v Zimbabwe, 1st Test, Perth, 2nd day

Some have history thrust upon them

Oct 10, 2003: Sporting history creeps up on the unsuspecting

Roving Reporter by Christine Davey

England in Bangladesh 2003-04

Space invaders

Oct 10, 2003: Andrew Miller pays a visit to the Bangabandhu Stadium, Dhaka's Test venue, and discovers a soggy oasis of green nestling amid a mass of humanity

Roving Reporter by Andrew Miller
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    'This is a batsman's World Cup'

Geoffrey Boycott looks at India's turnaround, and whether New Zealand have a weak link

    'Question marks over NZ's batting other than top order'

Jarrod Kimber: John Buchanan on the fielding restrictions, and the need for wicketkeeping analysis

The future of ODIs as seen through this World Cup

Jon Hotten: Stats and trends that are more than six months old are redundant. A revolution is coming

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Jon Hotten: Stats and trends that are older than six months ago are redundant. And a revolution is coming

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Letter to de Villiers

South Africa's captain needs to single out his players for attention and get them firing individually and as a team

Pakistan's bad cover version of 1992

The events in Brisbane may not matter much in the big picture of this World Cup, but to Misbah-ul-Haq and his men, it may yet be the spring board to repeat what happened 23 years ago

The 'magic wand' behind India's turnaround

It has helped that India have a captain who has lasted as long as he has due to his approach of treating cricket for what it is: a game

Indian batting in need of the knockout punch

Following their dominant start to the World Cup, India have three relatively low-pressure games to fine-tune ahead of the knockouts, and they will want to get their death-overs batting right

15 overs, 222 runs

AB de Villiers returned to give West Indies another hammering, this time at the SCG

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