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'I play every match like it's my last'

Jul 22, 2016: Pakistan legspinner Yasir Shah relives his success at Lord's and talks about what it's like to be acclaimed as the world's best spinner

Interview by Kamran Abbasi

'Have we got more potential? Absolutely'

Jul 19, 2016: David White, New Zealand Cricket's chief executive, is optimistic about the future. He talks about the two-division Test cricket, diversity, and why being a small country is an advantage

Interview by Tim Wigmore

Bavuma's giant leap

Jul 4, 2016: The South African batsman talks us through his landmark hundred at Newlands against England, an inspiration to an emerging generation of South African players

Luke Alfred

'I want to score 10,000 runs in either format'

Jun 30, 2016: Tamim Iqbal talks about rediscovering his batting form through 2015, and Bangladesh's shortage of cricket this year

Interview by Mohammad Isam

'We'd like franchises in New York and Toronto'

Jun 29, 2016: CPL chief executive Damien O'Donohoe talks about the league's plans to head north to the US and Canada

Interview by Tim Wigmore

'I make it tough on myself at practice so I'm comfortable during the game'

Jun 25, 2016: Ajinkya Rahane talks training, temperament, learning, captaincy and more

Interview by Arun Venugopal

'I don't mind losing a few on the way to a win'

Jun 23, 2016: Angelo Mathews talks about the challenges of leading an inexperienced team, and the possibility of giving up the T20 captaincy

Tim Wigmore

'The dream is to come back and play for three to four years'

Jun 20, 2016: Mohammad Asif is playing club cricket in Scandinavia as he strives for a Pakistan comeback and to rebuild his career in the wake of the spot-fixing scandal

Tim Wigmore

'The captaincy came a couple of years before I was ready'

Jun 15, 2016: Ross Taylor recalls his turbulent stint in charge of New Zealand, and talks of how he has changed as a player and person since

Jack Wilson

'Getting Sri Lanka back on track is a long, slow process'

Jun 7, 2016: Graham Ford, the team's coach, wants the island's special brand of cricket firing through his young team again

Interview by Andrew Fidel Fernando

'We are big on culture, big on values'

Jun 3, 2016: Leicestershire coach Andrew McDonald talks about taking charge of a struggling side, his coaching philosophy, and his short Test career

Interview by Adam Collins

'I surprised myself by adapting to T20s'

May 22, 2016: Zimbabwe captain Hamilton Masakadza talks about the changes he has made to his batting style, and where his country's cricket stands

Interview by Mohammad Isam

'IPL creates cricket you'd never see anywhere else'

May 21, 2016: Jos Buttler talks about the benefits of playing a full season in India, his performances with Mumbai Indians, and his Test ambitions

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'I'm still hungry to represent India'

May 19, 2016: Kolkata Knight Riders opener Robin Uthappa is aiming for a maiden T20 hundred and an international comeback

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'I'm a big believer in not having too many tricks'

May 19, 2016: Rookie South Africa chinaman bowler Tabraiz Shamsi talks about his variations, his "bus driver" celebration, and debut IPL season

Jonhenry Wilson

'I preferred winning four-day games to T20'

May 17, 2016: Justin Kemp, who called time on a two-decade-long career at the end of the last season, looks back at his playing days

Interview by Firdose Moonda

'Afghanistan needs to organise international cricket at home'

May 16, 2016: Inzamam-ul-Haq talks about his short and successful stint as the team's coach, and what they need to do to match the best sides in the world

Danyal Rasool

'I'm not sure Pakistan's players train as hard as the other best players in the world'

Apr 22, 2016: Batting coach Grant Flower talks about the changes in attitude and routines his players need

Interview by Umar Farooq

'If you don't have the right culture, it's hard to be a high-performance team'

Apr 21, 2016: Former South Africa rugby captain Francois Pienaar talks about his role on Cricket South Africa's review panel

Interview by Firdose Moonda

'Nobody in domestic cricket right now can replace Amla and de Villiers'

Apr 21, 2016: Former South Africa captain Kepler Wessels talks about the talent coming through in South Africa, the impact of T20 cricket, and playing with and against Allan Border

Interview by Crispin Andrews
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Pakistan's thrilling triumph at Lord's was underscored by their captain's serenity

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