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Way Back When

A lifelong affair with The Oval

Aug 24, 2013: From truant schoolboy to junior Surrey member to member of the press corps

Steven Lynch

From township to centre stage

Aug 22, 2013: For two decades Mamelodi Cricket Club has worked hard to bring sport and opportunities to its neighbourhood. Now it's getting to bask in the spotlight

Firdose Moonda

Ashes Classics: Part 5

Most memorable Ashes moments

Aug 21, 2013: Vote on our shortlist of classic Ashes moments that have taken place in England since 1981

It's no monkey's business

Aug 18, 2013: How is it that humans are so much better at throwing a ball than their chimpanzee cousins?

Liam Herringshaw

The Investec Ashes 2013

What next for England?

Aug 14, 2013: They're playing fine cricket, but they're a way off the 2011 pace, and as the expectations pile up, their goals have been shrinking

Rob Smyth

South Africa's next wave

Aug 12, 2013: The understudies to the No. 1 Test bowling attack are eager to carve their own paths

Firdose Moonda

Love letters

Aug 10, 2013: Of two Indian cricketers who found love on tour, romance by post, and left to make a home in countries far away

Rahul Bhattacharya

Ashes Classics: Part 4

Most memorable Ashes innings

Aug 5, 2013: Vote on our shortlist of classic Ashes moments that have taken place in England since 1981

Sussex's smiling keeper

Aug 4, 2013: You can't keep Jim Parks out of cricket. At 81, the former England wicketkeeper-batsman retains his love for the game that first struck him at the age of five

Brydon Coverdale

Ashes Classics: Part 3

Most memorable Ashes bowling performance

Jul 30, 2013: Vote on our shortlist of classic Ashes moments that have taken place in England since 1981

The Investec Ashes 2013

Is the leadership weighing heavy on Cook?

Jul 29, 2013: He has less than 100 runs in four Ashes innings - bringing to mind a number of England captains whose batting suffered when in charge

Rob Smyth

And that's tea

Jul 29, 2013: A peek at a tradition enshrined in the longer versions of the game

Steven Lynch

The last time I saw Ricky bat

Jul 27, 2013: Trying to catch one of his final innings in the game became a matter of urgency, of getting to say a proper goodbye

Daniel Brettig

Zimbabwe's play school

Jul 27, 2013: A hundred-year-old institution in Harare fosters love for sport and churns out international cricketers regularly

Firdose Moonda

A schoolboy curse?

Jul 26, 2013: From Donald Bradman to Michael Clarke, state school graduates have dominated the ranks of Australian Test teams. What are private schools doing wrong?

Steve Cannane

The Investec Ashes 2013

Australia's close-run history

Jul 18, 2013: Australia are a side who refuse to accept the logic of defeat. They sculpt classic Tests out of cussedness; and if they lose the majority, at least they got so close

Rob Smyth

Ashes Classics: Part 2

Most memorable Ashes catch

Jul 16, 2013: Vote on our shortlist of classic Ashes moments that have taken place in England since 1981

ESPNcricinfo staff

It takes a district

Jul 13, 2013: Anantapur in Andhra Pradesh, which hosts what is possibly the world's biggest district cricket tournament, offers a shining example of what sport can do to foster development in places that need it most

Nikita Bastian

Ashes Classics: Part 1

Most memorable Ashes Test

Jul 10, 2013: Vote on our shortlist of classic Ashes moments that have taken place in England since 1981

The summer everything changed

Jul 10, 2013: Revisiting the 2005 Ashes with those who lived through those thrilling moments

Phil Walker
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    We need to hear Kohli's side of the story

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Live analysis - India v Pakistan

Will a billion people watch the Champions Trophy final?

The India-Pakistan final could be the third-most watched game in cricket history

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

'Batsmen win you games, bowlers win you tournaments'

Bowling coach Azhar Mahmood talks about the transformation of Pakistan's pace attack, a key factor in their road to the Champions Trophy final

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

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