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DaimlerChrysler confirms cricket ties

Apr 15, 2001: Vehicle manufacturer DaimlerChrysler confirmed their sponsorship of cricket on the Border for a further three years to March, 2004, at a glittering ceremony at Buffalo Park, headquarters of Border cricket, here last night.

Peter Martin

Wisden Cricket Monthly, January 2000

Bowled, Shane

Jan 2000: Few players enjoyed a closer view of a master bowler at work than Ian Healy

Ian Healy

Edgbaston ... 40 years on

May memories conjured up by Edgbaston

Jun 4, 1997: Tim Rice looks backs ...Edgbaston 1997 - exactly 40 years since Test matches resumed at Warwickshire`s headquarters

Tim Rice

Wisden Asia Cricket: April 2002

'Too much talk about talent and ability' - Wright

John Wright, the former Indian coach, has recommended that people read his recently-released book - John Wright's Indian Summers - before forming any sort of judgement on it

Sambit Bal

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Ashes Features

A collection of Ashes-related features from Cricinfo

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Pietersen has won Tests on his own in India, SL

Modern Masters: Dravid and Manjrekar on KP's ability to change the course of a game in two or three hours

    The mighty Mr Pollock

Mark Nicholas on Graeme Pollock, a man who has been among the finest players from his country, and on the world stage

    'Ballance had a bigger impact than Root against India'

Bowl at Boycs: Geoffrey Boycott explains how Indian batsmen are hurting because of excessive limited-overs matches, and more

    'Gupte could bowl any line and length at will'

My XI: Erapalli Prasanna on his favourite spin bowlers. First up: Subhash Gupte

What cricket can learn from baseball's review system

Kartikeya Date: In baseball, technology is used to help experts, not to second-guess them

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India disgraced themselves by not competing

MS Dhoni and the BCCI are to blame for a touring party that became too comfortable and compliant

'I couldn't bring myself to set a batsman up by giving him runs'

Glenn McGrath talks about the method behind his metronomic consistency, visualisation, and why aggression isn't about sledging

Errant elbows, and Priyanjan's shuffle

Plays of the day from the first ODI between Sri Lanka and Pakistan

Dhoni doesn't heed his own warning

Plays of the Day from the second ODI between England and India, in Cardiff

Don't lap sweep when Sangakkara keeps

Plays of the day from the second ODI between Sri Lanka and Pakistan, in Hambantota

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