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N Srinivasan

'The new ICC structure is more inclusive'

Feb 6, 2014: The BCCI president responds to criticism of the proposals for the revamp of cricket's governing body

Interview by Sambit Bal

'TV does not always tell you the real story'

Feb 2, 2014: Pakistan's fielding coach, Julien Fountain, chats about the improvement under his watch and the challenges of training players to field under pressure

Interview by Umar Farooq

'My only way of playing Tests is by performing in ODIs'

Jan 22, 2014: People may typecast him as a T20 specialist, but Kieron Pollard's ambition is to play five-day cricket. He talks about his plans, his early struggles, and his success in the IPL

Interview by Jack Wilson

Angelo Mathews

'As a captain you need to listen to people'

Jan 19, 2014: Sri Lanka's Test captain Angelo Mathews talks about his evolution as a batsman, the lessons he has learnt as a leader, and his goals for his team

Interview by Andrew Fidel Fernando

'As a nation, we're not comfortable with winning'

Jan 8, 2014: Shortly before he left for the tour to Australia, Graeme Swann talked about playing for England, the Ashes rivalry, and retirement

Interview by Felix White

It takes two to tango

Nov 29, 2013: Two greats look back on 20 years of friendship that has included World Cup heartbreak, a world-record stand, and missing a wedding

Interview by Jo Harman

'A coach in the Caribbean must understand all facets of the game'

Nov 22, 2013: West Indies A coach Junior Bennett talks about mentoring a young Chris Gayle, and the challenges of training Caribbean cricketers at the grassroots level

Interview by Sidharth Monga

'I want to play ODIs through to the World Cup, and then Tests'

Nov 21, 2013: Going into his 100th Test, Kevin Pietersen answers readers' questions on his plans for the future, the best bowling he has faced, and more

'I never want to average 20 in a series again'

Oct 27, 2013: As England seek to defend the Ashes two months after retaining it, they will hope Matt Prior, who knows a thing or two about endurance and dealing with failure, returns to form

Andrew McGlashan

'I'm honest, and I stand up for what I believe is right'

Oct 16, 2013: BCCI president N Srinivasan, currently in the eye of more than one storm, speaks about India's South Africa tour, the board producing TV telecasts, and the health of the game in the country

Interview by Sambit Bal

'Feet are the most important thing in batsmanship'

Sep 25, 2013: Arthur Morris, Australia's oldest living Test cricketer, talks about batting, coaching, self-doubt, the Don, and being mates with Lindsay Hassett

Interview by Steve Cannane

England cricket

'England must beat SA to be considered the best'

Sep 18, 2013: Stuart Broad reflects on a summer where he has helped win the Ashes again and looks forward to trying to do it again very soon. But he knows England still have more to do to climb back up the rankings

Alan Gardner

'This is the best result in history for a UAE team'

Aug 31, 2013: UAE batsman Shaiman Anwar looks back at the successful tour of Canada and talks about the game in his country

Interview by Faraz Sarwat

Richard Hadlee

'I wasted the first four years of my career'

Aug 19, 2013: The New Zealand great recalls his tours to India, his battle with depression, and speaks of the challenges facing modern-day allrounders

Siddarth Ravindran

''Hitting sixes is never a problem for me'

Aug 17, 2013: Canada captain Rizwan Cheema talks about his side's recent performances, his role in the team, and plans for the near future

Interview by Faraz Sarwat

'I don't coach batting, I coach run-making'

Aug 13, 2013: Graham Gooch on batting, Boycott, Barrington, "daddy-hundreds", and mentoring the current crop of record-breakers

Interview by Jo Harman

'It's time our batting started winning matches for the team'

Jul 25, 2013: Dinesh Chandimal and Lahiru Thirimanne talk about what it means to be given leadership roles in the one-day side, and what they can learn from Sangakkara and Jayawardene

Interview by Andrew Fidel Fernando

'Aggression is all about imposing yourself on the batsman'

Jul 7, 2013: Steve Harmison on memorable Ashes contests, sharing a gym with the Magpies, and consoling Brett Lee after the Edgbaston win

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'I enjoy being the centre of attention'

Jul 7, 2013: Graeme Swann, expected to bowl England to Ashes glory, can't wait for the battle to commence

Andrew McGlashan

'No point puffing your chest out and not playing good cricket'

Jun 25, 2013: James Faulkner talks about adding swing to his repertoire, and striking a balance between tough talk and tough cricket

Interview by Daniel Brettig
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My Favourite Cricketer: Jack Russell brought a neatness to the keeper's art that was matched by his meticulous scruffiness in other regards. By Scott Oliver

    Rewarding times for Hashim Amla

Numbers Game: The rate at which he has accumulated ODI hundreds and MoM awards is among the fastest in history

'Ponting was an instinctive, aggressive player'

Modern Masters: Rahul Dravid and Sanjay Manjrekar discuss Ricky Ponting's technique

    MacLeod spells hope for Scotland

Allrounder Calum MacLeod's return from a faulty action is key to Scotland's World Cup hopes. By Tim Wigmore

How boring is boring cricket?

Probably not as much as boring periods in the likes of rugby, football and tennis, Russell Jackson thinks

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Manic one-day chases, and daddy partnerships

Also, most brothers in a Test XI, and the fastest to 20 ODI centuries

Has international cricket begun to break up?

The gap between the haves and the have-nots is growing wider, and the disenchantment is forcing a devaluation of Test cricket among weaker teams

Well worth the wait

Zulfiqar Babar missed five seasons between his first two first-class matches, and was 34 when he finally made his Test debut, but he is quickly making up for all the lost time with his artful left-arm spin

Younis Khan and the art of scoring hundreds

Out of 70 batsmen who've scored 15 or more Test hundreds only five are from Pakistan, but Younis Khan's appetite for hundreds matches that of some of the top contemporary batsmen

Australia outdone in every way

Surviving into the final session of the last day cannot disguise the fact that Australia's continued inability to play spin contributed to an all-round thrashing

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    Has international cricket begun to break up? (83)

    The gap between the haves and the have-nots is growing wider, and the disenchantment is forcing a devaluation of Test cricket among weaker teams

    Lyon low after high of 2013 (51)

    The offspinner was Australia's highest wicket-taker in 2013, but his form has dipped sharply this year

    Australia outdone in every way (51)

    Surviving into the final session of the last day cannot disguise the fact that Australia's continued inability to play spin contributed to an all-round thrashing

    Well worth the wait (36)

    Zulfiqar Babar missed five seasons between his first two first-class matches, and was 34 when he finally made his Test debut, but he is quickly making up for all the lost time with his artful left-arm spin

    No Ajmal, no problem for Pakistan (33)

    When a team loses its best bowler, it is expected that the team's performance will suffer. As usual, Pakistan defied the expectations