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'Every time I enter the field, it's like: Smriti, you have to score'

Feb 3, 2018: India opener Smriti Mandhana talks about changing her batting technique, and what she expects from herself in South Africa

Annesha Ghosh

The briefing

What the hell is going on with India?

Feb 1, 2018: Disturbing behaviour was exhibited by many in cricket in January. Except Pakistan, who were just their usual weird selves

Andrew Fidel Fernando

Immy's crowd

Jan 5, 2018: Sanjay Manjrekar looks back at his encounters with Imran Khan and the side he led, and the Sharjah matches of the '90s

Sanjay Manjrekar

'Game probably 36 hours too soon for the pitch'

Dec 26, 2017: Greg Chappell recalls the events of the Centenary Test, played 40 years ago at the MCG

Daniel Brettig

Will Meghalaya make it back into Indian cricket's mainstream?

Dec 25, 2017: Football reigns supreme in the north-east, but cricket is slowly returning to the main stage

Sharda Ugra

'Want to make the BBL the No. 1 sports league in Australia'

Dec 17, 2017: Kim McConnie, the new head of the Big Bash, talks about how the league has its eyes on becoming the biggest game in town

Tim Wigmore

How the yo-yo test became a selection standard

Dec 5, 2017: Running between two cones: how hard can it be?

Nagraj Gollapudi

The briefing

The saviour, the protecter, the butthead and the bully

Dec 2, 2017: The month of November was all about the stars of yet another glorious Ashes series

Andrew Fidel Fernando

It's going to be Steve and Joe's excellent adventure

Nov 22, 2017: The Ashes captains' journeys have been similar: each having spent some of his formative years in the other's country

Daniel Brettig

Book extract

The day my surrogate son made me proud (sort of)

Nov 4, 2017: What is the appropriate emotion to feel when your boy is hitting you for runs in a fathers v sons game?

The Grade Cricketer

The briefing

Gayle's fear of females, and KP's concern for youngsters

Nov 2, 2017: It has been an odd month in cricket

Andrew Fidel Fernando

Book extract

MS Dhoni: Indian cricket's first mega-brand

Oct 25, 2017: Rajdeep Sardesai's new book looks at, among other things, the man who ushered in the era of the all-powerful player agent

Rajdeep Sardesai

Read's artistry leaves a lasting impression

Oct 11, 2017: Chris Read played only 15 Tests for England but the game has lost a little of its grace now that he has entered retirement

Tim Wigmore

'Cricket should not shy away from technological change throwing up new challenges'

Oct 10, 2017: Microsoft CEO and cricket fan Satya Nadella talks about growing up with cricket in his life, and the future of the game

Andrew Miller

The briefing

Beatings, swipes, barbs and jabs

Oct 2, 2017: It has been a rather violent month in cricket

Andrew Fidel Fernando

The briefing

Double deaths, long-sought-for comebacks, and the imperturbable sleeper

Sep 2, 2017: It's that time of month again when we cast our eyes back at the four-odd weeks just past

Andrew Fidel Fernando

Ready, headset, go!

Aug 21, 2017: Facing virtual deliveries could soon become part of players' training and acclimatisation routines

Richard Asher

All Out Cricket

The ten worst shots

Aug 13, 2017: All bad shots are bad, but some bad shots are badder than other bad shots

Phil Walker

The briefing

The Mithali betrayal and other stories

Jul 31, 2017: It's been a month in which Kohli gained an elder buddy, Mithali's reading matter flattered to deceive, and England declared a new era (again)

Andrew Fidel Fernando

'This team - it doesn't feel like we ever panic'

Jul 24, 2017: Heather Knight, Jenny Gunn, Tammy Beaumont, Nat Sciver, Anya Shrubsole, Fran Wilson, and coach Mark Robinson tell the story of England's World Cup journey

Interviews by Jarrod Kimber
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