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Jeremy Coney

'My batting drove people away'

Feb 28, 2010: Jeremy Coney didn't put bums on seats, but he was New Zealand's most influential captain, and a bit of a renaissance man off the field

Interview by Edward Craig

Viv Richards

'I felt I was an artist'

Feb 22, 2010: Viv Richards, the only captain under whom West Indies never lost a series, speaks about the sense of confrontation he brought to his cricket, his first Test in Antigua and his success against England

Interview by Benj Moorehead

Muttiah Muralitharan

'I don't want to be selfish about staying on'

Jan 2, 2010: Muttiah Muralitharan talks about his future, Sri Lanka's World Cup chances, Kumar Sangakkara's captaincy, and more

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

'I'm hoping we've hit rock bottom'

Dec 15, 2009: Garry Sobers, Wes Hall, Viv Richards and Richie Richardson discuss the plight of West Indies cricket, Stanford's legacy, hosting the World Twenty20, and more

Interview by George Dobell

'I never expected to play Test cricket'

Nov 23, 2009: In a little over three years, Brendan Nash has gone from being an Australia substitute fielder to playing a Test against them. He speaks about switching sides, and how much things have changed for him

Interview by Peter English

'Greed is killing the game'

Nov 23, 2009: Ian Botham hits out at the proliferation of Twenty20, the idiots who booed Ponting, and all the talk of pressure

Interview by Sam Pilger

'Awesome feeling to get that Chennai hundred'

Nov 15, 2009: Sachin Tendulkar on the highest points in his extraordinary career

Interview by Clayton Murzello

Prasanna Jayawardene

'Wicketkeeping is about being late and fast'

Nov 12, 2009: The man widely acknowledged as the best pure wicketkeeper in the world talks about his struggles, his skills and his influences

Interview by Jamie Alter

Dav Whatmore

'The situation in Kolkata is one I'm used to'

Nov 6, 2009: Ganguly's wealth of knowledge, Akram's game-reading skills and Shah Rukh Khan's passion are the factors Kolkata's new coach will bank on to turn the side around

Ajay S Shankar

VVS Laxman

'I've saved my best for the best'

Nov 3, 2009: One of the stalwarts of India's batting talks about playing Australia, being a match-winner, and rediscovering the middle order

Interview by Greg Lansdowne

'I've walked a fine line between being competitive and it boiling over'

Oct 31, 2009: Mark Ramprakash has ruled the shires for five years but is now reaching the end of his long playing career. He talks about the past, present and future

Interview by Sam Pilger

Dean Kino

'The Champions League will strengthen domestic and international cricket'

Oct 23, 2009: One of the main men behind the tournament talks about why it is not going to inspire players to go freelance, as has been claimed

Interview by Ajay S Shankar

'I hated Miandad's guts'

Oct 19, 2009: Ravi Shastri, India's glamour boy of the eighties, talks about making it big early, the kind of captain he might have been, and his reputation for stodgy batting

Interview by Sam Collins

Gautam Gambhir

'I can't help being insecure'

Sep 28, 2009: He fought himself every day he spent out of the team, now he walks down to the fastest bowlers. The reborn India opener opens up

Interview by Sidharth Monga

Jonathan Trott

England's forgotten Ashes hero

Sep 25, 2009: Not many discussed him before his century on debut to secure the Ashes, not many seem to be discussing him after that performance

Andrew Miller

Younis Khan

'I think we will beat India or Australia'

Sep 24, 2009: In the second part of the interview, Pakistan's captain talks about the side's prospects in the Champions Trophy, the legacy he wants to leave behind, winning the World Twenty20, and cricket's formats

Interview by Osman Samiuddin

Younis Khan

'I've had to stop smiling'

Sep 23, 2009: Pakistan's captain talks about the pressures and the joys and pains the job brings, in the first of a two-part interview

Interview by Osman Samiuddin

Tom Moody

'The India coaching job is not out of the picture'

Sep 14, 2009: On a pre-season tour of Malaysia, Western Australia coach Tom Moody talks about winning and losing World Cups, Brett Lee's musical skills, and the possibility of one day taking charge of India

Interview by Jason Dasey

Chilling with Sachin

Sep 9, 2009: In London, away from the maddening attention, the maestro talks Twenty20, retirement, being in disguise, and the man who reminds him of himself

Sam Pilger

Simon Taufel

'Umpires should be helped to get better'

Sep 7, 2009: The five-time ICC umpire of the year speaks about the future of TV technology, his frightening experience in Lahore, and his days as a star schoolboy cricketer alongside Adam Gilchrist

Interview by Jason Dasey
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Why the Ashes is watchable and Indian cricket isn't

There is nothing stimulating in watching a television broadcast in which the players and commentators allow themselves to be remote-controlled by the BCCI

4391 runs after 35, and 2354 outside top five

On Sunday, Tillakaratne Dilshan became the 11th batsman to score 10,000-plus ODI runs. Here are the key numbers from his ODI career

'I always wanted to bowl the last over of an ODI'

Former Australia fast bowler Damien Fleming on bowling in thrilling World Cup semi-finals, mastering the subcontinent, and taking on Tendulkar

Fringe players looking to use A tour as springboard

The two four-day games against Australia A is a huge opportunity for the likes of Cheteshwar Pujara, Amit Mishra and Pragyan Ojha to get their careers back on track

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