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'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

'If you push 11-year-olds into T20, they will never learn to bowl spin'

Oct 3, 2014: Why has the quality of spinners in India declined? Ranji pitches? Overcoaching? The IPL? A defensive mindset? Five experts share their thoughts

Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi

'Kenya cricket is dead and buried'

Sep 30, 2014: The veteran spinner's dream spell against Australia in 2003 symbolised a brief golden period for Kenya, but since his retirement, the country's cricket has nose-dived

Tim Wigmore

'A coach earns respect by working as hard as the players'

Sep 18, 2014: Sanjay Bangar talks about his quick transition from player to coach, his philosophy and the reasons behind Kings XI Punjab's turnaround

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

The man who gave Afghanistan their mojo

Aug 22, 2014: Afghanistan's former coach may have quit cricket to pursue religion, but he remains with the side in spirit

Tim Wigmore

Mahela Jayawardene retires from Test cricket

'We watched cricket, we talked cricket'

Aug 12, 2014: On the eve of Mahela Jayawardene's final Test, his team-mate, best friend and fellow batting superstar Kumar Sangakkara speaks about what made him, and them, tick

Andrew Fidel Fernando

Aaron driven by need for speed

Aug 12, 2014: Varun Aaron is not about to sacrifice his pace, fear of injury be damned

Nagraj Gollapudi

'We know we are capable of performing anywhere'

Jul 7, 2014: Cheteshwar Pujara talks about his preparation for the England tour, lessons learnt from T20, and Duncan Fletcher's contribution

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'This group can win a lot in the coming years'

Jul 3, 2014: Kane Williamson talks about his journey so far, his approach to spin, and his thoughts on captaincy

Interview by Subash Jayaraman

'Pace alone cannot get you wickets'

Jul 1, 2014: Zaheer Khan talks about the frustrations of missing the England tour, rehab, and his performances in South Africa and New Zealand

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'India performing on the big stage will be good for women's cricket'

Jun 24, 2014: Former England bowler Isa Guha talks about the support women's cricket needs from national boards, being a role model to Asians in the UK, and the tough decision she made to quit the game early

Interview by Vishal Dikshit

'My confidence goes up when Dhoni throws me the ball in tough situations'

Jun 19, 2014: Mohit Sharma, whose impressive performances in the IPL earned him an India call-up, talks about earning his captain's trust, and bowling variations

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'If you allow yourself to relax, you'll be swept away'

May 30, 2014: Pakistan offspinner Saeed Ajmal talks about how he learnt to bowl to the doosra, being robbed of Tendulkar's wicket in Mohali, and his career highs and lows

Interview by Umar Farooq

'You want to look into the batsman's eyes and see he doesn't want to be there'

May 5, 2014: Ian Bishop compares modern fast bowling to that of his day, and picks the best among Johnson, Steyn and Morkel

Interview by Subash Jayaraman

'Sri Lankan fans embrace the team, not just icon players'

Apr 21, 2014: Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara go over their World T20 win, and feel grateful to have fans whose support remains unwavering in victory and defeat

Interview by Andrew Fidel Fernando

Chapple goes once more into the breach

Apr 8, 2014: Two decades and then some into his Lancashire career, Glen Chapple is on top of his game, skilled and motivated, and with the knowledge that only years on the job can bring

Tanya Aldred
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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

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

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

15 overs, 222 runs

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

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

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