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Afridi, Gul learnt their Twenty20 trade in Karachi tournaments

How Pakistan got into the groove

Sep 24, 2007: The credit for Pakistan's success in the World Twenty20 should go to the local short-format tournaments that most players have playing for years

Rashid Latif

Australia v India, 2nd semi-final, Durban

Beating the Australians at their own game

Sep 22, 2007: India's fairytale story continues. In a tournament in which few gave them any chance, they have now played three successive high-quality games, each performance a little better from the previous one

S Rajesh in Durban

India v South Africa, Group E, Durban

The passion of youth

Sep 20, 2007: If yesterday's win against England was built around an awesome batting display, today's was a result of significant performances in all aspects

S Rajesh in Durban

Australia v Sri Lanka, Group F, Cape Town

Clark takes the quiet route to Twenty20 success

Sep 20, 2007: Stuart Clark doesn't have a searing yorker or mischievous changes of pace. Yet he has been outstanding in the ICC World Twenty20

Andrew McGlashan at Newlands

England v India, Group E, Durban

Luminous India set-up South Africa game

Sep 19, 2007: With their future in the tournament on the line, India came out and produced a display of dazzling luminosity

S Rajesh in Durban

Fleming to Vettori

Large boots to fill

Sep 19, 2007: Don Cameron on what the end of Stephen Fleming's tenure as captain means for New Zealand cricket - and for his successor

Don Cameron

Confusion over progress towards a new constitution

The deafening silence worries US stakeholders

Sep 18, 2007: It has been three months since a breakthrough in the row which led to the USA's suspension from international cricket was announced, and yet nobody is aware what - if any - progress has been made

Cricinfo staff

Bangladesh v Sri Lanka, Group F, Johannesburg

Shot selection bordering on the bizarre

Sep 18, 2007: Bangladesh offered a lesson in how not to plan a run-chase

S Rajesh in Johannesburg

Dhoni hasn't lost his poise

The hurricane with calm in his eye

Sep 18, 2007: Mahendra Singh Dhoni's rapid rise to the top of the one-day game hasn't come at the expense of his balance or straight thinking

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

England v New Zealand, Group E, Durban

Collingwood's errors come home to roost

Sep 18, 2007: This was a day when Paul Collingwood's mistakes caught up with him. Despite the brave face he put on the situation at the post-match press conference, there will be many questions asked about his judgment

Hugh Chevallier at Kingsmead

Old-timers top the charts

Who needs specialists?

Sep 17, 2007: Regardless of the format, the best players will be the best - as the composition of the teams at the World Twenty20 has shown. By Andrew McGlashan

Andrew McGlashan

India v Pakistan, Group D, ICC World Twenty20

The game could do without such gimmicks

Sep 14, 2007: An unneeded bowl-out was not the way an otherwise thrilling match should have concluded, says S Rajesh

S Rajesh in Durban

Right or wrong, Dravid quit while he was ahead

A legacy that lost its way

Sep 14, 2007: Rahul Dravid's decision to resign may have been right or wrong but he risks being seen as walking away when he was needed by the team

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

The Champions League - the financial implications

The cash factor

Sep 14, 2007: Andrew McGlashan looks at the impact the influx of money via the Champions League could have on domestic competitions

Andrew McGlashan

England v Australia, Group B, ICC World Twenty20

Australia show that class is permanent

Sep 14, 2007: A wounded Australia is the most dangerous kind

Andrew McGlashan at Newlands

England v Zimbabwe, Group B, Cape Town

England make their experience count

Sep 13, 2007: "It is totally wrong to label us minnows," says Mohammad Ashraful Bangladesh's wonderful victory that sent West Indies packing

Andrew McGlashan at Newlands

Bangladesh v West Indies, Group A, Johannesburg

More to come from erstwhile minnows

Sep 13, 2007: "It is totally wrong to label us minnows," says Mohammad Ashraful Bangladesh's wonderful victory that sent West Indies packing

Edward Craig in Johannesburg

Australia v Zimbabwe, Group B, ICC World Twenty20

No more fun for 'diabolical' Australia

Sep 12, 2007: No-one expected a challenge to Australia's hegemony, least of all from Zimbabwe. But on a crazy night at Newlands, all that changed

Andrew McGlashan at Newlands

India A v South Africa A, Delhi

Calm Raina waits on results

Sep 12, 2007:

Jamie Alter in Delhi

Durban pitch offers hope to bowlers

The bowlers come to the party

Sep 12, 2007:

S Rajesh in Durban
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Five of six

Here's a handful of the biggest sixes you've ever seen. By Rob Smyth
The Cricket Monthly August issue

    Starc's 100, and Alzarri's spectacles

Ask Steven: Have South Africa ever staged Test matches in August before?

Proud history, bright future, uncertain present

Ireland have made large strides over recent years, but there is a sense that greater opportunities have arrived at a time when the team is in decline

Misbah's band of pragmatic dreamers

Pakistan's rise to No. 1 is a story of triumph in the face of adversities that no other team has had to face over an extended period of time

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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Starc zooms to 100 wickets in record time

Stats highlights of Mitchell Starc's record-breaking ODI career

Versatile Rahane quietly shows his worth

Ajinkya Rahane has shown himself to be a batsman adept at dealing with a variety of situations and tailoring his game to the team's cause

Herath's masterclass, Mendis' surge, de Silva's promise

Sri Lanka's marks out of ten after they bounced back from a winless tour of England to trample Australia 3-0 at home

Is India's need for speed too costly?

Under Virat Kohli, India have tended to go for quick-scoring batsmen at the expense of solid players. Is it an error in judgement or a larger sign of flexible thinking and practices?

Similar failings mar Tests at historical venues

The lack of play in Port-of-Spain and Durban over the last four days points to a disregard for common-sense scheduling and a failure to equip grounds to deal with bad weather

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