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'If you hit anything square, mum wouldn't be happy'

Feb 24, 2017: Meg and Anna Lanning talk about backyard cricket, their idols growing up, and how the women's game has grown

Brittany Mitchell

You betcha!

Feb 20, 2017: Ten instances of gambling in cricket

Ben Gardner and Phil Walker

How teams prepare for the IPL auction

Feb 19, 2017: Scouting players, researching numbers, and even practicising their buying skills - franchises leave nothing to chance

Arun Venugopal and Gaurav Sundararaman

A leggie with nerve and verve

Feb 18, 2017: Mason Crane has already prompted much excited chatter, but the young Hampshire legspinner is putting in the hard yards to take the next step up

Will Macpherson

Twitter round-up

'Time for smart humans instead of smart phones'

Feb 17, 2017: Our Twitter round-up is only populated with one of these

Alex Bowden

Reminiscing with Gower and Cowdrey

Feb 13, 2017: The two former England batsmen talk about the captains they admired, and looking at the past through rose-tinted glasses

Nicholas Hogg

'To me, state cricket is all about winning'

Feb 9, 2017: Queensland wicketkeeper Chris Hartley on his record dismissals, the frustration of remaining on the sidelines, and the dangers of fast-tracking young players too soon

Brydon Coverdale

Twitter round-up

'I've never had a better coffee'

Feb 3, 2017: In-flight selfies, hot sauce, dessert shenanigans, and video games galore: it's all going down in our Twitter round-up

Alex Bowden

When Sri Lanka went to cuckoo land

Feb 2, 2017: Tony Opatha led a rebel side to South Africa in 1982 - a tour on which a certain ill-suppressed madness lurked around the edges

Luke Alfred

England Lions in Sri Lanka 2016-17

Jennings takes military lessons into the middle

Jan 27, 2017: Keaton Jennings talks about how military training has helped his cricket, the influence of Alastair Cook, and leading the Lions side to Sri Lanka

David Hopps

'We were ahead of our time'

Jan 26, 2017: Gordon Greenidge and Desmond Haynes, cricket's most iconic opening partnership, on the good times and the bad

Ed Kemp

The Christmas Day Test everyone forgot

Jan 24, 2017: For decades, Adelaide had a tradition of cricket matches on Christmas Day, including a Test in 1967 that many of the participants appear to have no memory of

Brydon Coverdale

When Schultz slung 'em in

Jan 21, 2017: All pace and fire, Brett Schultz was a sight to behold, and South Africa's fiercest fast man - for all-too-short a while

Luke Alfred

Twitter round-up

'Brendon McCullum must bat with an eye patch'

Jan 20, 2017: Is Baz the victim of cyber-bullying by fellow cricketers? Find out in our Twitter round-up

Alex Bowden

Peter Roebuck's Somerset agony

Jan 19, 2017: Previously unpublished material reveals the anguish he felt about being made the man to blame for the decision to let the club's long-serving West Indian stars go

David Hopps

Where does the ODI go next?

Jan 18, 2017: As batting and bowling in ODIs takes on more of the attacking virtues of T20 cricket, where does the format stand as a product of its own?

Tim Wigmore

Ngumbela's bridge

Jan 9, 2017: Cricket is building links across the racial divide in rural South Africa

Luke Alfred

'My objective is to make sure Zimbabwe cricket resurrects'

Jan 9, 2017: Former captain and now chief selector, Tatenda Taibu plans to bring young Zimbabwe cricketers to England for a fresh perspective

Alan Gardner

Twitter round-up

'Smile while you still have teeth'

Jan 6, 2017: Never let it be said that our Twitter round-up is short on life-changing advice

Alex Bowden

The man behind Sydney's cricket-gear wonderland

Jan 4, 2017: Harry Solomons has created a south-Sydney institution that serves as a cultural icon to Australian cricket fans

Sam Perry
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'If you hit anything square, mum wouldn't be happy'

Meg and Anna Lanning talk about backyard cricket, their idols growing up, and how the women's game has grown

A Pom, but lovable

For an Aussie kid growing up in the 1990s, hating England came easy. Except when Darren Gough ran in to bowl. By Brett Geeves
The Cricket Monthly February issue

    What do Marsh and Rahul have in common?

Numbers Game: There is no doubting their batting talent, but both have been plagued by inconsistency in their Test careers so far

Why we need needle

Scott Oliver: We all enjoy watching a little pettiness, bad blood and low-grade squabbling between players, let's admit it

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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How the teams fared at the auction

A round-up of the work done by the eight IPL franchises at the auction in 2017

IPL player auction - What to expect in 2017?

ESPNcricinfo looks at how the teams stand and whom they might buy at the tenth IPL player auction, in Bangalore on February 20

Australian cricket's two Indias

For long, Australians expected hardship on a tour to India. These days the living conditions are far more friendly, and the difficulties are mostly out the middle

IPL player auction - New faces and where they could end up

ESPNcricinfo takes a closer look at the skillsets of some of the first-timers at the IPL player auction

The Ashwin blueprint for Lyon's success

Nathan Lyon will have to adopt some of his Indian counterpart's methods if he is to set his record in Asia right; and he has been working on doing just that

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