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The guardians of the Gabba

Nov 21, 2010: The Mitchells have kept the Brisbane pitch in the family for over 30 years

Peter English

The Lions are learning to roar again

Nov 18, 2010: With a three-year plan in place, a stable board, and renewed belief, the Lions have rebuilt from a shaky foundation to become one of the strongest sides on the South African domestic scene

Firdose Moonda

What makes sportsmen go corrupt?

Nov 14, 2010: Cricketers and other sports heroes build their careers on reputations. Why do many of them risk throwing it all away?

Sharda Ugra

Denmark eye the step up

Nov 6, 2010: Cricket in Denmark was at its strongest in the 1960s, but the national side, comprising journeymen, students and one pro, is hoping to spark a revival

Robert Forsaith

The day Pujara seized his chance

Oct 21, 2010: In the last innings of the Bangalore Test, a 22-year-old walked out instead of Rahul Dravid - and made sure he gave those watching plenty to talk about

Nagraj Gollapudi

A WAG's life

Sep 28, 2010: Being the partner of a player can be as lonely as it rewarding. Five cricketing better halves reveal all

Tanya Aldred

The return of Vicious

Sep 18, 2010: Six months after his back gave way, Peter Siddle has done the hard yards and is ready for action again

Sriram Veera

Rubbing shoulders with giants

Sep 9, 2010: All the game's greats started - or end up - at local clubs alongside local players. So what is it like sharing your home dressing room with a legend?

Josh Burrows

Coming back to life

Sep 6, 2010: Zaheer Khan talks injuries and comebacks, and frustration and patience involved between the two

Sidharth Monga

Under the shadow of the IPL

Sep 5, 2010: The Champions League already has better cricket to offer than its Indian sibling. And this year it hopes to replicate the audiences of the IPL as well

Tariq Engineer

No third man

Aug 17, 2010: Imran Khan and Javed Miandad started out as polar opposites but then settled into a marriage of convenience where each understood the other, perhaps better than others around them

Saad Shafqat

Where's South Africa's next major fast bowler?

Jul 31, 2010: For a country where allrounders seem to be a dime a dozen, the number of quick bowlers ready for national duty are surprisingly thin on the ground

Firdose Moonda

A whole (almost) new ball game

Jul 20, 2010: Rather than trimming a format slowly being reduced to un-coveted ashes, Cricket Australia is involved in a dramatic redesign of one-day cricket

Peter English

Where Malinga was made

Jul 17, 2010: Down Galle way lies a village where one of the world's leading fast bowlers delivered slingers with a softball on the beach and swam in the local lake

Sidharth Monga

The quick and the deadly

Jul 5, 2010: Their physical make-up and bowling actions might be different but when it comes to taking wickets and making batsmen quake, Steyn and Morkel seem identical

Telford Vice

Ten Years After Cronje

A decade's worth of scandal

Jul 3, 2010: A ten-year timeline: from the revelations of Cronje's involvement to the recent inquiry into Pakistan's series in Australia

Siddarth Ravindran

The Grinch who stole cricket

Jul 1, 2010: Just when his country had made it back into the fold after the years of apartheid came Cronje to end the innocence

Telford Vice

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
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Tony Cozier: West Indies' challenge will be to sustain the progress they made in the England Tests

That England, this England

Liam Cromar watches England take on New Zealand from the Edrich Upper Stand at Lord's 11 summers apart, and can't help drawing parallels

Large and in charge

The Cricket Monthly: Arjuna Ranatunga was a tough cookie on the field and an unwavering friend off it. By Martin Crowe
TCM May issue

A look at Test player troughs

Anantha Narayanan: The worst ten-Test periods for batsmen and bowlers

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'I made it clear that I was here to win the IPL'

Ricky Ponting talks about Mumbai Indians' amazing turnaround, his relationship with Harbhajan Singh, and being part of perhaps the most star studded coaching line-up in cricket

Most runs on day one, and the Gavaskar-Hannan Sarkar connection

Also: making 600 and not winning, and lopsided contributions in a team's innings

Knock, knock! Never got there

The most IPL matches without making it to the playoffs

'There's too much lip service about the sanctity of Test cricket'

Michael Holding on his regrets over West Indies' behaviour in New Zealand in 1980, why Mohammad Amir deserves a second chance, and how crazy workloads are killing cricket

Short format, long partnerships

The five pairs who have added the most runs in Twenty20s

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