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Women's Big Bash success opens doors and minds

Feb 11, 2016: The crowds, the TV ratings, the recognition and the young talent coming through all point to a future that's more inclusive

Will Macpherson

Arguing the toss

Jan 21, 2016: Will awarding the toss to the away team even up the playing field and deliver more away Test wins, or is this yet another case of received cricketing wisdom not stacking up with the facts?

Nathan Leamon

How safe are modern cricket helmets?

Jan 11, 2016: As gear manufacturers strive to provide the best protection for players, their challenge is to strike the right balance between safety and comfort

Sharda Ugra and Nagraj Gollapudi

The toughest finishing school in cricket

Jan 9, 2016: Many young England cricketers have honed their skills in the unforgiving world of Australian grade cricket. The latest generation is no exception

Rob Johnston

Serene Sarkar looks past the honeymoon

Jan 5, 2016: The young strokemaker has the temperament to become a top-order mainstay as Bangladesh look to improve on their success of last year

Mohammad Isam

Friedel de Wet finds peace in domesticity

Dec 25, 2015: Six years ago injury forced the fast bowler to give up his dreams after just two Tests. He now coaches schoolkids and is settled in his role as a family man

Firdose Moonda

One and Done

Australia's forgotten prodigy

Dec 23, 2015: Les Joslin was expected to become a premier Australian batsman along the lines of Neil Harvey. But he only played one Test

Brydon Coverdale

Under African skies

Dec 21, 2015: The country whose team sits atop the Test rankings continues its fight to establish its democratic credentials. Cricket is one of the canvases on which the struggle takes place

Telford Vice

England warm up to overseas T20 leagues

Dec 10, 2015: Players are being actively encouraged to play in the Big Bash and explore IPL options to expand their horizons - and eventually England's

Will Macpherson

When the four-man apocalypse hit Australia

Dec 8, 2015: Looking back at West Indies' first series win down under

Colin Benjamin

The toss debate: aiding spin v home advantage

Dec 2, 2015: County captains Rob Key and Andrew Gale speak for and against getting rid of the mandatory coin toss in the County Championship next season

Interviews by David Hopps and George Dobell

Mark Chapman: New Zealand star?

Dec 2, 2015: The batsman has made a name for himself with Hong Kong, but he knows that his best chance of making it big lies elsewhere

Tim Wigmore

The decline, fall and redemption of James Muirhead

Dec 2, 2015: A wrist injury put the Australian legspinner's career and life in a tailspin. But now he's slowly getting back on track

Tom Morris

'We're a serious cricket team'

Nov 28, 2015: Should Zimbabwe Women qualify for the World T20, it will be a sign of how the game has progressed in the country in recent years

Liam Brickhill

Twitter round-up

'Cardio tonight!'

Nov 27, 2015: The thrilling lives of the stars, laid bare for your delectation

Alex Bowden

In quest of a durable cricket ball

Nov 25, 2015: As the Dukes cherry gains popularity for its hardiness, its makers are looking to spread to markets outside of England

Scott Oliver

Disunity threatens Zimbabwe players' prospects of a better future

Nov 19, 2015: They lost the chance to bargain with the board on equal footing in the matter of World Cup earnings, but they cannot ignore the need for a proactive players association

Tristan Holme

The non-believer who came to believe

Nov 18, 2015: Mitchell Johnson was prematurely washed up, written off, a has-been. Then he turned it all around and rocked the world

Jarrod Kimber

Life in slow motion

Nov 14, 2015: How the slower delivery came to become an essential weapon in every seamer's armoury

Jo Harman

The beast from Pretoria

Nov 14, 2015: When AB de Villiers is in his element, he monsters time, space and the laws of physics to further a craft in which he is already far ahead of the rest of the world

Jarrod Kimber
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    'West Indies are stagnant. We are not going anywhere'

Darren Sammy talks about how the region's cricket is suffering for want of communication and decision-making

Australia in NZ? You don't say!

Dialogue from a one-way conversation that may or may not have happened. By Brydon Coverdale

    Why unorthodox actions are successful

Aakash Chopra: The novelty ensures that batsmen do not react as quickly as they do against bowlers with conventional actions

    Women's Big Bash success opens doors and minds

Will Macpherson: The crowds, the TV ratings, and the talent coming through all point to a future that's more inclusive

The Englishmen who spoke for voiceless South Africans

Remembering two Test cricketers who worked to undermine apartheid's evil effects. By Mohamed Aslam Khota

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The best XI of each IPL franchise

ESPNcricinfo picks its best XI for each franchise after the IPL 2016 auction in Bangalore on Saturday

The most expensive uncapped Indian players

A quick look at all the uncapped India players who fetched the top bids at the IPL 2016 auction

After quiet build-up, PSL gears for take-off

An absence of hype in Dubai has marked the lead-up to the inaugural Pakistan Super League but there is little doubt over its importance in Pakistan's cricket set-up

Kohli's and Rohit's divergent paths to batting glory

One has found great success in limited-overs formats, while the other is a master of all

Who will be the most expensive player at the IPL auction?

There are some big names going under the hammer on Saturday. Who will get the largest paycheck? Vote now

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