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'When Australia play, there is very good cricket'

Sep 27, 2010: The Australian captain gives India their due as No. 1, warns of a bouncer barrage for Sehwag, and is optimistic about catching up with Tendulkar's centuries

Interview by Nishant Arora

'I fear for India's younger generation'

Sep 22, 2010: Yuvraj talks about how the Kohlis and Sharmas are repeating the mistakes he made, the one person who totally understands him, and switching between formats of the game

Interview by Sharda Ugra

'I can't control my emotions all the time'

Sep 21, 2010: Yuvraj Singh looks back at a troubled year, marked by injury, controversy and the loss of form

Interview by Sharda Ugra

Haydos the suit

Sep 16, 2010: The former opener is just as much at ease with his new surroundings as he was facing up to Test new-ball bowlers. Developing the game while keeping the fans in mind is what occupies his time now

Peter English

'There's nothing better than being a legspinner'

Sep 14, 2010: A year and a half on from what he has realised will probably be his only Test, Bryce McGain is still in the game, playing for the joy of it, and for the elusive moments when it all falls into place

Sriram Veera

Robin Smith

'Playing in the West Indies was always the best'

Sep 13, 2010: The South African-born England batsman, 47 today, remembers being pelted by the fastest bowlers in the world, being reduced to tears by the management, and more

Interview by Richard Edwards

Robin Uthappa

'I thought I could get away with murder'

Sep 4, 2010: Unfit? Check. Arrogant? Check. Unfocussed? Check. Robin Uthappa has learnt life's lessons, and is ready to do anything for what he once took for granted - big-time cricket

Sriram Veera

From hunted to hunter

Aug 26, 2010: Long slagged off as a no-hoper, Nathan Hauritz has turned things around and now is Australia's main spin weapon for their busy season ahead

Peter English

'I was never too scared to apologise'

Aug 3, 2010: The recently retired South African umpire on owning up to errors, his favourite people on the field, his past life and his future

Interview by Brydon Coverdale

Imran Khan

'The more the pressure, the stronger I got'

Jul 30, 2010: The charismatic former Pakistan captain on wanting to be fast, teaching Wasim and Waqar to bowl, the allrounder wars of the 1980s, ball-tampering, and more

Interview by Sam Collins

Ten Years After Cronje

How cricket matches are scripted

Jul 24, 2010: Everything is up for betting, from how many runs will be scored in a session to how many players will wear floppy hats

Rashid Latif

Muttiah Muralitharan

'I can't please everyone'

Jul 17, 2010: The Sri Lankan spinner reflects on a glorious career, the changing art of offspin, dealing with doubters, what lies ahead, and more

Interview by Sidharth Monga

Ten Years After Cronje

Cricket and the lure of betting

Jul 15, 2010: Each IPL game fetches upwards of £10 million in legal bets. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Will legalising betting in India end the fixing menace once and for all?

Ashok Malik

Shahid Afridi

'There was no other choice but me'

Jul 12, 2010: Pakistan's explosive and controversial allrounder talks about the challenges of leading the side

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Ten Years After Cronje

Forever the shadow

Jul 9, 2010: For Pakistan, the cloud of match-fixing never really went away. The perception of it has woven itself into the very fabric of society at large

Osman Samiuddin

Paul Condon

'You'll never entirely eradicate fixing'

Jul 7, 2010: The out-going chief of the ICC's Anti-Corruption Unit talks about the state of the game today, spot-fixing, and why Twenty20 threatens cricket's integrity

Interview by Andrew Miller

Harbhajan Singh

'Criticism should be about the game, not personal'

Jul 3, 2010: At 30, the Indian offspinner introspects on being a senior player in the side, dealing with brickbats, his batting skills, the World Cup, marriage and more

Interview by Nishant Jeet Arora

Craig Kieswetter

'Our orders were to go down blazing'

May 19, 2010: At the age of 22, and in barely three months as an England-qualified international, Craig Kieswetter has achieved a feat that eludes most cricketers in a lifetime

Andrew Miller

Arthur Morris

'Even today, if somebody throws a ball, I want to chase it'

May 17, 2010: Arthur Morris was one of Bradman's Invincibles. Here he looks back to the pre-deodorant days: meeting the Don, getting bounced by Keith Miller, the baggy green, and more

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Mahela Jayawardene

'I can express myself better opening'

May 9, 2010: After his success at the top of the order in the West Indies, Mahela Jayawardene talks of the prospect of playing in that position in the 2011 World Cup

Sa'adi Thawfeeq
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To Bangladesh with love (and tight security)

Shot Selection: Is it worth taking a 19-hour plane journey to cover Test cricket in Chittagong and Dhaka? Duh

    The importance of being Sabbir Rahman

The young Bangladesh batsman's ability to extend his T20 approach to other forms is setting a template for his peers to follow

    Here's to Test cricket conferences, not tiers

Rob Steen: Why a conference-based Test championship might be a viable way forward

What makes a good ghost?

Jon Hotten reveals the behind-the-scenes work that goes into producing a cricket autobiography
The Cricket Monthly December issue

The hinterland of 40

Jon Hotten: At Lord's we saw three in-between scores of the sort that are as likely to annoy the selectors as excite them

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India stay alive in the dying moments

The hosts' little victories in the last half-hour have proven to be a big deal in the Test series against England

The Mumbai hand behind Hameed's rise

Vidyadhar Paradkar knew Haseeb Hameed would go far when he first met him. He has, and it's due in no small part to Paradkar

Batman Kohli has all the gadgets

India have had a good two years in Test cricket. A lot of that comes down to having a squad that offers options, and a captain who knows how to maximise his players' threat

An all-time Barbados XI

Barbados is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its independence. Is this selection of Bajan players from over the years better than most Test teams?

Jennings ready to step up for adopted country

Keaton Jennings is set to follow a well-trodden path this week when he becomes the latest South Africa-born cricketer to play for England

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