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'I like getting in people's faces'

May 24, 2015: Mitchell McClenaghan talks about how being aggressive makes him stand out, why being a team man is important, and his World Cup and IPL journeys

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'Having female commentators is a boost for the women's game'

May 22, 2015: Lisa Sthalekar and Anjum Chopra talk about breaking into the boys club of the commentary box during the IPL

Interview by Gaurav Kalra

'West Indies could be up there in five years'

May 22, 2015: Jason Holder on his captaincy, the CPL, and why he backs the proposed changes to the ODI rules

Interview by Jonhenry Wilson

'I've never believed in the switch hit'

May 19, 2015: Garry Sobers talks about batting innovations and what T20 does to young players

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'I've always enjoyed the shorter format the most'

May 16, 2015: International T20 freelancer Johan Botha talks about the IPL, the Sheffield Shield, and having lost interest in playing in South Africa

Interview by Jonhenry Wilson

'We should decentralise Sri Lanka's cricket'

May 15, 2015: Sidath Wettimuny outlines his plans to restructure the domestic game, and talks of how the board can cut costs and boost player salaries

Interview by Andrew Fidel Fernando

'A good T20 bowler consistently makes batsmen take risks'

May 4, 2015: Shane Bond on how fast bowlers can outsmart batsmen in T20s if they trust their variations and take their time plotting their moves

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'The landscape has changed for the better for cricket'

May 3, 2015: In 2003, Brett Jones chose an AFL career despite holding a Western Australia rookie contract. Since retiring he has returned to cricket and is now Queensland's high performance manager. Here, he speaks about how cricket can keep its best athletes

Interview by Brydon Coverdale

'If you dominate, you go to the next level'

May 1, 2015: Ajinkya Rahane on his aggressive mindset, talking cricket with Sachin Tendulkar, and how karate helped him develop a competitive streak

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi and Sharda Ugra

'States need to look after their bowlers better'

Apr 29, 2015: Joe Dawes, the former India bowling coach, on managing workloads, the Ishant conundrum, and his top five current Indian bowlers

Interview by Sidharth Monga

'No doubt in my mind that Steve will be the next captain'

Apr 29, 2015: Shane Watson and Steven Smith talk about winning the World Cup at the MCG, what lies ahead for Australia, and Rajasthan Royals' chances in the IPL this season

Interview by Gaurav Kalra

'I've never seen myself as anybody famous'

Apr 22, 2015: Dale Steyn on relationships, his beard, how growing up in the bush shaped him, and what attracted him to fast bowling

Interview by Arun Venugopal

'I still have to contribute to keep my place in the ODI side'

Apr 16, 2015: Azhar Ali looks ahead to his new role as Pakistan's ODI captain, talks about his leadership style and adjusting to the format

Interview by Umar Farooq

'A lot has gone out of the game with two new balls'

Mar 26, 2015: Kumar Sangakkara, this World Cup's leading run scorer, talks about one-day batting: technique, mindset, risk calculation, touch v power, and innovation

Interview by Andrew Fidel Fernando

'I've surprised myself'

Mar 17, 2015: Older and wiser, Ryan Harris looks back at his career, the injuries he overcame along the way, and the art of swinging it

Interview by Daniel Brettig

'Where are the allrounders South Africa should be producing?'

Feb 27, 2015: Former South Africa allrounder Brian McMillan looks back at his career and talks about the team's current World Cup squad

Interview by Jonhenry Wilson

'No one gives us any chance in any tournament'

Feb 21, 2015: Mahela Jayawardene talks about Sri Lanka's struggles so far in the World Cup, and why their batsmen take as long to bloom as they do

Interview by Andrew Fidel Fernando

James Taylor wants to suit England's needs

Nov 23, 2014: The batsman talks about his long wait for a full England tour, where he gets his power from, and his days on a horse (just don't tell Kevin)

Alan Gardner and Alison Mitchell

'I'm a bit disappointed not to get that Test average up to 50'

Nov 19, 2014: Mahela Jayawardene reflects on his Test career, and the need to bridge the gap between international and club cricket in Sri Lanka

Interview by Gaurav Kalra

'It makes no sense to not let your best performer play'

Oct 18, 2014: Former Bangladesh batsman and current national selector Minhajul Abedin talks about the hurt of not getting to play Test cricket, and the high-pressure Dhaka league games of his day

Interview by Mohammad Isam
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    Cheers to England's leftist leaning

Rob Steen: Their distrust of left-hand batsmen goes back centuries, but the current Test squad belies that bias entirely

Faces of transformation

The Cricket Monthly: Tristan Holme and Luke Alfred find that stories, more than arguments, illuminate the complexities of South Africa's racial quotas
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    Keith and Marjorie

Tales of a dashing airman-cricketer in wartime, from a lady who knew him then. By Alan Butcher

    Most consecutive Tests, and vowel-less surnames

Ask Steven: Plus, the shortest turnaround times between Test series, and the nervous and not-so-nervous 90s

Playing alongside Adam Sanford

Eleven Tests and 30 wickets for West Indies, and a stand at Windsor Park named after him. And he now plays club cricket in the USA. By Scott Oliver

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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

'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

MI thrill with typical bouncebackability

In the second half of the tournament, at every training huddle, players were told treat each match as a final. That resonated with Mumbai's talismans who lifted their games admirably

Short format, long partnerships

The five pairs who have added the most runs in Twenty20s

'I have moved on and I am not afraid' - Ahsan Raza

Pakistan umpire Ahsan Raza suffered severe injuries during the attack on the Sri Lankan team bus in Lahore. Six years later, he is eager to officiate his first international game at home

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