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Meet the all-round prodigy with the 'boy-cut' hairdo

Jun 24, 2017: India's Deepti Sharma has broken batting records, bowling records, partnership records - all while still being a teenager

Annesha Ghosh

Book extract: The Unquiet Ones: A History of Pakistan Cricket

Javed Miandad and Pakistan's quest for izzat

Jun 12, 2017: Pakistan's greatest batsman turns 60 today. This book extract examines his need to be respected but also to always be the victim

Osman Samiuddin

The original premier league

Jun 9, 2017: The story of Dhaka's oldest, and dearest, cricket tournament

Mohammad Isam

'Since the women became full-time, they have become stronger cricketers'

Jun 5, 2017: Hilton Moreeng, South Africa women's coach, on his quest to take the team to the top

Firdose Moonda

How England went from being jokes to jocks

Jun 1, 2017: After over two decades of being clueless about one-day cricket, England are finally owning the format

Jarrod Kimber

From pork pies and beer to quinoa and cherry juice

May 31, 2017: First, cricketers had plain nosh. Now they have nutritionists

Crispin Andrews

The briefing

Sachin's shocking reveal, and Bangladesh's unshocking win

May 30, 2017: A quick recap of the month of May in cricket - in which we don't make fun of South Africa's chances at the Champions Trophy

Andrew Fidel Fernando

Champions Trophy

Hard, flat and true

May 26, 2017: England's one-day pitches have become distinctly more batsman-friendly over the past few seasons, and that has played a vital part in the national team's new approach

George Dobell

The man behind New Zealand's world title

May 24, 2017: In 2000, New Zealand won the ICC Knockout in Nairobi, but the coach behind that achievement, David Trist, is largely forgotten

Brydon Coverdale

All Out Cricket

Jason Roy, the natural

May 22, 2017: Having found the consistency to match his obvious talent, he will be pivotal if England are to fulfil their potential this summer

Jo Harman

The millionaire family that built cricket in Oman

May 20, 2017: For over four decades, the Khimjis have contributed to the game as employers, administrators, cheerleaders and mentors

Peter Della Penna

How do you explain cricket in Japanese?

May 20, 2017: A commentator recounts his experience of describing the game (and carrying water to the toilets) during the ICC Women's T20 Qualifier in Sano, Japan

Amod Sugiyama

What Narine tells us about T20 hitting

May 17, 2017: In a format where batting resources are often underutilised, more bowlers might try to increase their worth to teams by developing their hitting skills

Tim Wigmore

How Tripathi became a Supergiant

May 14, 2017: Rahul Tripathi had to give up cricket when his army-man father was posted in Kashmir, but a move to Pune gave renewed impetus to his childhood dream

Sidharth Monga

How the world discovered World Series Cricket

May 10, 2017: A look back to the time two Australian journalists touring England broke the news of one of cricket's most seismic events

Daniel Brettig

The Associate coach who changes fortunes

May 8, 2017: Pubudu Dassanayake has made a difference to every team he has led: Canada, Nepal and now the challenging and divisive USA

Peter Della Penna

The briefing

The Younis files, the Bravo elegy, the Manohar manoeuvre

May 2, 2017: Not up to scratch on what happened in cricket in April? No fear - here's the lowdown

Andrew Fidel Fernando

Nurul and Liton breathe down Mushfiqur's neck

May 2, 2017: There's an interesting fight going for the wicketkeeper's slot in the Bangladesh team

Mohammad Isam

Twitter round-up

'Misbah was like a violinist in a crashing stock market'

Apr 14, 2017: Bizarre analogies, pithy one-liners and slick selfies abound in our Twitter round-up

Alex Bowden

'I think we can be in the top four this season'

Apr 13, 2017: Kim Barnett, Derbyshire's new director of cricket, has big ambitions for the county, and he wants to create an environment where players take more responsibility

David Hopps
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    The league of global T20 brands

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How wide is too wide?

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The Cricket Monthly June issue

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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Ringside at the miracle of Pakistan

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Fly, Pakistan, fly

This was one of the greatest comebacks in the history of cricket - against the best the world had, in four straight knockout games

Champions Trophy XI: Captain Sarfraz pips Kohli, Tamim in at No. 3

India and Pakistan's best performers occupy seven of the eleven slots, while Kane Williamson is the only one from outside the semi-finalists

Pakistan, the Improbables

In today's age when analytics and reason underpin most aspects of life, all the data indicated that Pakistan did not have a chance. How then did their Champions Trophy win happen?

Kohli loses duel with red-hot Amir

For India to stand a chance, Virat Kohli had to win his battle with Pakistan's seamers, but Mohammad Amir used his angle and intellect to take out India's best

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