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Elton Chigumbura

'I'd like to become one of the world's best allrounders'

Jun 26, 2010: Zimbabwe's new captain, talks about the progress his team is making, his experiences as captain, and the possibility of a return to Test cricket

Interview by Liam Brickhill

Ten years after Cronje

In the eye of the storm

Jun 26, 2010: We look at the names who made the news in cricket's biggest scandal

Siddhartha Talya

Live from the Warne-Waugh affair

Jun 24, 2010: A look back at how the story of the involvement of two leading Australian players with bookmakers broke, 12 years ago

Malcolm Conn

Why bring up match-fixing now?

Jun 21, 2010: It's been 10 years since the Cronje scandal, but despite preventive measures the threat is very much alive

Osman Samiuddin

Never mind the heckling, we're cricketers

Jun 8, 2010: Players must smile even as they are abused, harassed and vilified. In India it's worse than elsewhere

Sidharth Monga

Bounce isn't India's only devil

May 22, 2010: While the focus has been on India's inability to play short bowling, their poor preparation and the issue of player fatigue have been brushed under the carpet

Sidharth Monga and Nagraj Gollapudi

Where are Australia's spin discards?

May 21, 2010: They hoped to fill the void left by Warne and MacGill, but Casson, McGain, Cullen and Krejza are out of the picture now, though they will take heart from Hauritz's comeback

Peter English

His Holiness meets Yuvraj

Apr 18, 2010: Cricket may not be top of the mind for Dharamsala's Tibetan exiles, but a certain player is much in demand

Nagraj Gollapudi

'If you hit in the air against SA, expect to be caught'

Apr 5, 2010: Every South African fielder has had a role model to look up to: Jonty Rhodes, Peter Kirsten and Sybrand Engelbrecht explain why the country has never lacked fielding talent

Telford Vice

Daniel Vettori: 100 Tests

'I had two cups of tea in my hands and they were shaking'

Mar 26, 2010: Daniel Vettori's parents remember his Test debut and the days before it

Brydon Coverdale

Katherine Brunt

'I want to be the No. 1 bowler in the world'

Mar 8, 2010: Katherine Brunt nearly gave up on cricket before deciding to persevere on. She may not be the fastest but who needs speed when you've got wickets to show?

Nishi Narayanan

An evening with Sir Garry

Mar 7, 2010: The debate about the game's greatest batsman may be all the rage today. But is there any doubt as to who is the most skilled cricketer of all time?

Ayaz Memon

Makhaya rides on inspiration

Feb 14, 2010: The out-of-favour former South African spearhead looks forward to cycling with Lance Armstrong, while still hoping to return to the side

Telford Vice

Amla bridges the gap

Feb 12, 2010: For long, Indians in South Africa have had reason to feel marginalised. Now one of their own has cemented a place at the highest level and is showing the way to a more inclusive future

Firdose Moonda

Morne makes his mark

Feb 3, 2010: The younger Morkel brother is now more confident of his role in the team and can't wait to team up with Dale Steyn against India

Firdose Moonda

A tale of two English icons

Jan 25, 2010: One is seen as a man of the people, the other as a man for himself. What is perception and what reality?

Andrew Miller

All grown up

Jan 15, 2010: As another Under-19 World Cup gets underway, we look at the boys of the 2008 edition who are now men with international responsibilities

George Binoy

Bangladesh cricket

A reality sweeter than dreams

Jan 11, 2010: From a harsh existence near the sewage-filled Buriganga river to becoming Bangladesh's most famous left-arm spinner, there have plenty of turns in Mohammad Rafique's life

Sriram Veera

South Africa in 2009

The harsh light of day

Jan 10, 2010: After their magical 2008, South Africa were brought rudely back down to earth last year

Telford Vice

New Zealand in 2009

Wins, losses, injuries, Vettori

Jan 9, 2010: In 2009, New Zealand had issues with their top order, found a middle-order core group, and lost Shane Bond. Through it all they had one constant

Sidharth Monga
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    Why a ten-team World Cup is right

Aakash Chopra: The sport's top event must be a high-quality affair. It's up to us to ensure that Associates get a fair chance

    'This is a batsman's World Cup'

Geoffrey Boycott looks at India's turnaround, and whether New Zealand have a weak link

    'Question marks over NZ's batting other than top order'

John Buchanan talks to Jarrod Kimber about the fielding restrictions, and the need for wicketkeeping analysis

The future of ODIs as seen through this World Cup

Jon Hotten: Stats and trends that are more than six months old are redundant. A revolution is coming

Let's talk about the ECB's strategy document

Nicholas Hogg: There has been all too much negativity in the wake of news that plans are afoot to overhaul English cricket

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Letter to de Villiers

South Africa's captain needs to single out his players for attention and get them firing individually and as a team

Pakistan's bad cover version of 1992

The events in Brisbane may not matter much in the big picture of this World Cup, but to Misbah-ul-Haq and his men, it may yet be the spring board to repeat what happened 23 years ago

The 'magic wand' behind India's turnaround

It has helped that India have a captain who has lasted as long as he has due to his approach of treating cricket for what it is: a game

Indian batting in need of the knockout punch

Following their dominant start to the World Cup, India have three relatively low-pressure games to fine-tune ahead of the knockouts, and they will want to get their death-overs batting right

15 overs, 222 runs

AB de Villiers returned to give West Indies another hammering, this time at the SCG

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