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'I never stole anybody's money, yet I was given five years'

Oct 24, 2014: Half a decade since his ban ended, Maurice Odumbe continues to live with the stigma of corruption

Tim Wigmore

The man who pulled New Zealand from the precipice

Oct 20, 2014: Brendon McCullum's runs, leadership and self-belief have been instrumental in rescuing New Zealand cricket from its lowest ebb

Andrew Alderson

Customs wrangles

Oct 16, 2014: In an increasingly globalised game, cricketers are au fait with the jet-setting lifestyle. That's not to say it isn't without its complications though

Crispin Andrews

Cricket beyond the limits

Oct 10, 2014: For most people, trekking above 5000 metres would be a challenge. But for one intrepid group it was an opportunity to play a game at the highest level - literally

Phil Walker

The psychology of bat-making

Oct 8, 2014: It's not the size of the bat that matters, it's the weight. And it's not in your hands, it's in your mind

Jon Hotten

Can cricket produce a great novel?

Oct 6, 2014: Or do the sporting daydreams of childhood seep into attempts at rendering the game in fiction and trivialise it?

Nicholas Hogg

Ireland's plateau

Sep 24, 2014: Without more fixtures with Full Members, they can't get more funds. Without funds, they can't keep their players

Tim Wigmore

Yorkshire's lucky 13

Sep 23, 2014: The heroes of 2001 recount how they overrode the burden of history. The similarities to 2014 are striking

Alan Gardner

Trading places

Sep 20, 2014: In a world where £50m can be staked on a single IPL game, whole armies of professional cricket traders work the betting markets for profit. But who are these people?

Vithushan Ehantharajah

Illy the groundsman

Sep 5, 2014: Former England captain Ray Illingworth tended the square at Farsley Cricket Club till his health gave way. He still helps out there most days

Sidharth Monga

Why baseball trumps cricket at the movies

Aug 27, 2014: Baseball movies are more ambitious and unabashedly American - always a draw at the box office

Rob Steen

Bowlers and pitchers: divided by a common cause

Aug 27, 2014: Baseball and cricket - throwing and bowling. We sort out the differences

Rob Steen

The sisterhood of the England captains

Aug 24, 2014: Charlotte Edwards and Clare Connor talk about captaining England, rooming together, and how they used a 15-year-old to plot the downfall of Australia

Interview by Izzy Westbury

The two faces of James Anderson

Aug 19, 2014: Why does the man who is possibly England's greatest fast bowler occasionally turn into Mr Hyde on the field?

Sidharth Monga

India's Wormsley fairy tale

Aug 18, 2014: Eight of the India's victorious women's team in Wormsley had never experienced Test cricket before. For the senior players, it was the end of an eight-year drought

Nagraj Gollapudi

A shy Stephen Fry, an irate Elton John

Aug 16, 2014: Actors, pop stars, business tycoons and politicians have been attracted to cricket over the years

Ashley Mallett

Fazal swings it Pakistan's way

Aug 13, 2014: Sixty years ago, Fazal Mahmood inspired Pakistan to an incredible triumph against England

Osman Samiuddin

Sunny's little gem

Aug 5, 2014: Remembering Gavaskar's battling 57 at Old Trafford in 1971, an innings the man himself rates as his most satisfying

Nagraj Gollapudi

Increased squad depth crucial for Associates' success

Jul 27, 2014: Afghanistan have shown they can win even without their stars. Now Netherlands, Ireland and Nepal need to emulate them

Peter Della Penna

'I wouldn't mind dying on the cricket field'

Jul 17, 2014: Putting behind a chequered past - which included ghastly blows to the head, and arrest for arson - Zimbabwe's 35-year-old Mark Vermeulen hopes to play Test cricket again

Firdose Moonda
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    'I never stole money, yet I was given five years'

Half a decade since his ban ended, Maurice Odumbe continues to live with the stigma of corruption. By Tim Wigmore

    Younis Khan and the art of scoring hundreds

Numbers Game: Only five Pakistanis have scored 15-plus hundreds, but his appetite for tons matches that of the best

From oranje to green and gold

Netherlands' batting mainstay Tom Cooper dreams of playing for Australia, his country of birth. By Peter Miller

'Gilchrist always looked to take on the spinners'

Modern Masters: Rahul Dravid and Sanjay Manjrekar discuss Adam Gilchrist's adaptability

The bias of umpires

Scott Oliver: Understanding the historical trends in decision-making might help you deal with your own iffy calls. Or maybe not

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How India weeds out its suspect actions

The BCCI set up a three-man committee to tackle the problem of chucking at age-group and domestic cricket, and it has produced significant results in five years

A rock, a hard place and the WICB

The board's latest standoff with its players has had embarrassing consequences internationally, so any resolution now needs to be approached thoughtfully

Twin Asian challenges await Australia

What Australia have not done since returning a fractured unit from India is head back to Asia to play an Asian team. Two of their major weaknesses - handling spin and reverse swing - will be tested in the UAE by Pakistan

Kohli back to old habits

Stats highlights from the fourth ODI between India and West Indies in Dharamsala

WICB must tread on eggshells with care

The WICB statement should cool down emotions and allow all parties involved to take the next step forward

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