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Darren Tucker

'We need to take the game to schools'

Dec 10, 2008: The Hong Kong Cricket Association president talks about the health of the game in the territory

Jason Dasey

Matthew Hayden

'Winning is in the fabric of our culture'

Nov 27, 2008: Australia's long-serving opener reflects on the qualities that has made his team the force it is

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Sean Morris

Talking player power

Nov 26, 2008: Professional cricketers have never enjoyed the bargaining clout they do now. And thanks to the Twenty20 revolution there's plenty to add

Rob Steen

Brett Lee

The song remains the same

Nov 18, 2008: Australia's spearhead is sending them down as quick as he ever did; only now he's learned to do it without going full throttle

Peter English

Ripe young age

Nov 16, 2008: England's most promising new fast bowler may be just 22 but he's quite a seasoned campaigner already

Nagraj Gollapudi

Michael Bevan

'I've always felt comfortable in tight situations'

Nov 14, 2008: The master finisher talks about the art of pulling off impossible chases, and his less-than-stellar record in the long form

Interview by Sriram Veera

Shane Bond

That was quick!

Nov 4, 2008: For an all-too-brief while, Shane Bond was the world's finest fast bowler, shattering stumps and scaring batsmen. Now at ease with not gracing the main stage anymore, he looks back at his career

Sriram Veera

Andrew Flintoff and Ian Botham

The Fred and Beefy Show

Nov 2, 2008: Flintoff and Botham talk captaincy, heroes, Twenty20, and being among the finest allrounders of their respective eras

Interview by Edward Craig

Shaun Udal

Shaun of the Stanford

Oct 24, 2008: Back from the verge of oblivion, MIddlesex's 39-year-old captain has found redemption in the unlikely form of Twenty20

Will Luke

Paul Nixon

A lot of hard yak yak

Oct 17, 2008: He's got a mouth on him, Nico has. The sledge-a-minute former England wicketkeeper talks about the joys of getting up the opposition's nose

Sriram Veera

Matt Prior

Back where he belongs

Oct 15, 2008: The horrors of Sri Lanka behind him, the new, grown-up Matt Prior is back in contention for England

Andrew McGlashan

Mushtaq Ahmed

Home and away

Oct 14, 2008: County cricket's finest overseas signing talks of how he had to leave his country to get his due, and the change religion has made to his life and career

Sriram Veera

Kevin Pietersen

Simple man, simple plan

Oct 10, 2008: England's new captain may not be too experienced, but no one could be more up for the job

Will Luke

Zaheer Khan

'I'm here to lead by example'

Oct 9, 2008: Back after yet another hiatus, Zaheer Khan has taken up the mantle of the team's spearhead again

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Matthew Hayden and John Buchanan

'Aura lasts 20 minutes, then reality sets in'

Oct 4, 2008: Has Australia's image of invincibility been dented in recent months? We asked two men who helped build the machine

Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi

Glenn Turner

'Players are being drawn into management too much'

Oct 2, 2008: The New Zealand selector and A team manager talks about the tough times facing cricket in his country

Interview by Kanishkaa Balachandran

Derek Underwood

'We're riding the crest of a cricket revolution'

Oct 1, 2008: There is a significance to Derek Underwood's succession to MCC president that reflects the new niche that the world's oldest cricket club is carving for itself

Andrew Miller

Aakash Chopra

'You need to feel bad when you don't get picked'

Sep 24, 2008: The Delhi opener talks about making his peace with not being selected for India despite an exemplary last season

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Peter Siddle

Siddle in the middle

Sep 23, 2008: Big and blond, fast and fast-tracked: only 11 matches into his first-class career, Australia's latest quick-bowling prospect has his sights set on a possible Test debut

Brydon Coverdale

Kevin Pietersen

'I want to be remembered as an entertainer'

Sep 17, 2008: Two weeks before he became England's captain, Kevin Pietersen answered readers' questions, ranging from captaincy ambitions to Mark Ramprakash to his wife's music

Interview by Daniel Brigham
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    New Zealand have more self-belief now

Ricky Ponting: They've drawn from their captain's aggressive style, and their crowds will get in Australia's face. Clarke and Co. have their work cut out

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

Former allrounder Brian McMillan looks back at his career and talks about the country's current World Cup squad

    Shami's ODI success, and England's No. 3 problem

Numbers Game: Mohammed Shami has been in excellent ODI form over the last year, but the same can't be said for England's No. 3 batsmen

Playing in the park

The pros make a match of it at the SCG, but all-round entertainment is available elsewhere in Sydney

Throw open the gates to the Associates

Samir Chopra: Keeping them in the World Cup will inspire their countrymen to dream bigger and also prevent the game from being monopolised by a small club

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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

When the MCG was a sea of blue

This was Eden Gardens and another half of an Eden Gardens on top of it. This was Wankhede Stadium with another Wankhede Stadium on top of it

India get their groove back

The long winless Australian summer might just have given those watching the wrong impression

Highest WC score, fastest double-ton, record sixes

Stats highlights from Chris Gayle's record-breaking 215 against Zimbabwe in the Group B match in Canberra

'As soon as you set your fields, the batsman knows your plans'

Former Pakistan offspinner Saqlain Mushtaq on the 1999 World Cup, fighting with Mohammad Yousuf, and hiding his wife in a closet

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