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'To succeed in India, you've got to forget what you do in Australia'

Jan 24, 2017: Steven Smith talks about the challenges that an India tour presents, lessons from Sri Lanka, and how the side's senior players need to step up

Interview by Daniel Brettig

'My father's contribution to the game has been extraordinary'

Jan 20, 2017: Richard Hadlee talks about the lessons he learnt from Walter, and the competition he enjoyed with brother Dayle

Interview by Mohammad Isam

The coach who plays guitar

Dec 22, 2016: John Wright talks about his other life, as a musician and songwriter, and his first album

Vishal Dikshit

'We want players to have very good international careers, which we missed out on'

Dec 20, 2016: MSK Prasad, India's chairman of selectors, talks about keeping track of upcoming talent, and being clear with players about what's expected from them

Interview by Arun Venugopal

'There are a lot more tough days than successful days in a fast-bowling career'

Dec 19, 2016: Former South Africa bowling coach Vincent Barnes talks about developing fast bowlers, injury prevention, and the extreme pace of Dale Steyn

Interview by Crispin Andrews

'We loved what we did and the people loved what we did'

Dec 16, 2016: Former West Indies captain Clive Lloyd made his Test debut 50 years ago this week. He looks back at his time in international cricket

Interview by Simon Lister

'Australians said I was a spin bowler with the attitude of a fast bowler'

Dec 11, 2016: Abdul Qadir talks about the art of legspin, his one frustrating tour of Australia, and how he thrived as a spinner in an era of fast bowlers

Interview by Umar Farooq

'If I could change my game, I'd take away the hook'

Nov 25, 2016: Former West Indies batsman Ramnaresh Sarwan talks about chasing 418, learning from Lara, and getting bogged down in the last few years of his career

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'In my job as a referee, I watch the match as a player'

Nov 7, 2016: Ranjan Madugalle looks back on his playing days in Sri Lanka, and his years as an ICC official

Interview by Mohammad Isam

'I haven't been as open as I could have been'

Nov 3, 2016: Michael Clarke opens up about keeping it all in, living in the public eye, and making tough calls that lost him friends

Interview by Daniel Brettig

'T20s come naturally to us'

Oct 29, 2016: Kieron Pollard talks about his franchise career, data in the game, and the prospect of the death of West Indies cricket

Interview by Tim Wigmore

'I thought of myself as someone who was going to take the fight to the bowler'

Oct 26, 2016: Gordon Greenidge talks about batting, opening the batting, playing in the West Indies, and limping between the wickets

Interview by Crispin Andrews

'If there were no rules on ball-tampering, Test cricket would be more interesting'

Sep 23, 2016: Jimmy Neesham talks Twitter, rating himself as an allrounder, and the most annoying thing about Brendon McCullum

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'I am not going to tolerate players turning up unfit'

Sep 14, 2016: In part two of the interview, Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur talks about the attacking brand of cricket he wants his team to embrace

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'IPL 2016 made me realise I could play all formats'

Sep 13, 2016: India opener KL Rahul on his coming of age as a batsman, the methods that have brought him success, and learning from Virat Kohli

Interview by Gaurav Kalra

'I've been the toughest I've ever been in my coaching career with Pakistan'

Sep 13, 2016: In part one of a two-part interview, Mickey Arthur talks about the success stories in the Test series in England, and dealing with unfit players

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'It will take some time for the players to put an arm on my shoulder'

Sep 10, 2016: Anil Kumble talks about his first series as India's coach, and not letting his stature affect the way players approach him

Interview by Gaurav Kalra

'I don't think the selectors handled my exit properly'

Aug 27, 2016: Shivnarine Chanderpaul, now preparing for a second career in coaching, on not getting the farewell he thought he deserved

Peter Della Penna

Intikhab Alam, 57 not out

Aug 26, 2016: For close to six decades, in various roles, he has been around for some of Pakistan cricket's most iconic moments

Tim Wigmore

'At times I probably went too hard for change'

Aug 24, 2016: Pat Howard, Australia's team performance manager, talks about the challenges of shaking things up over five years of mixed results for the national side

Daniel Brettig
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The Cricket Monthly January issue

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Thirty years on, Tom Moody reflects on Australia's World Cup triumph of 1987 - the tournament no one expected them to win

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In the past week, we have seen two shots that left us awestruck: Virat Kohli's jab that sailed over midwicket and Najibullah Zadran's six over the extra-cover boundary despite slipping in the process. Will either of the two top this compilation?

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Some of the reactions on Twitter to Virat Kohli's record-equalling hundred during India's chase in Pune

Yuvraj and Dhoni produce a sequel for the ages

Some of India's finest wins have come with Yuvraj Singh and MS Dhoni in harness at the crease. At Cuttack they rolled back the years to extraordinary effect

'Yuvraj is making us believe in fairytales'

The Twitter world rose up to applaud Yuvraj Singh's hundred, in his second game since being recalled to India's ODI squad

The agony and ecstasy of Kedar Jadhav

Kedar Jadhav battled physical exertion and pain as he played the innings of his life, but there could not have been a better balm to soothe those pains than watching his team go the distance

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