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'If I had debuted in 2006, I wouldn't have lasted 20 years'

Mar 19, 2016: Shahid Afridi looks back on his two decades in international cricket, the burden of expectations, and battling coaches who tried to change his game

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'When I am in and set, I know I can win the game'

Mar 17, 2016: David Miller talks about his approach to finishing games, and keeping his mind free of distraction especially in tense chases

Nagraj Gollapudi

'The BCCI should support our participation in the Women's Big Bash'

Mar 5, 2016: India Women's captain Mithali Raj on the team's recent success going into the World T20, and utilsing opportunities to raise the game's profile

Interview by Gaurav Kalra

'We've tried to hold up a mirror to grade cricket and see how people react'

Feb 24, 2016: The men behind the Grade Cricketer Twitter account talk about their new book, and cricket culture in Australia

Interview by Daniel Brettig

'No longer are we consumed by losing'

Feb 19, 2016: New Zealand coach Mike Hesson talks about his long association with Brendon McCullum, whose leadership helped New Zealand cricket grow

Melinda Farrell

Vaughan Brown's Test wicket

Feb 17, 2016: He took only one, but what a wicket to take

Brydon Coverdale

'Earlier the batsmen were scared to face me. Now there is a contest'

Feb 17, 2016: Saeed Ajmal talks about learning offspin afresh, how he plots dismissals with his remodelled action, and how ready he is for a Pakistan recall

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'West Indies are stagnant. We are not going anywhere'

Feb 11, 2016: Darren Sammy talks about how the region's cricket is suffering for want of communication and decision-making

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'I see myself as a batting allrounder, but I'm working on my bowling'

Jan 31, 2016: Hardik Pandya made his way into the Indian team through strong performances in the IPL, where he was mentored by Ponting and Tendulkar. He talks about his journey this far

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'In my heart I wanted to be a fighter pilot'

Jan 21, 2016: Zimbabwe batsman Sikandar Raza talks about his late start in cricket, being independent, and what Test cricket means to him

Interview by Mohammad Isam

'You realise your impact only after you retire'

Jan 6, 2016: Virender Sehwag talks about why he hung up his boots when he did, flaws in the Indian domestic system, and his coaching ambitions

Interview by Gaurav Kalra

'My most important goal is to win the fans back'

Jan 5, 2016: Mohammad Amir opens up about his impending return to the highest level of the game, and what his exile taught him

Interview by Umar Farooq

'We waited for the system to produce players, rather than actively producing them'

Dec 17, 2015: Haroon Lorgat, Cricket South Africa's chief executive, is looking to aggressively support black Africans' participation in the game

Tim Wigmore

'What has worked in sport in the past is not what fans want in future'

Dec 5, 2015: Anthony Everard, the head of the Big Bash League, talks about plans to expand its fan base, and what he has picked up from other franchise-based competitions

Interview by Freddie Wilde

Misbah breaks it down

Nov 21, 2015: The Pakistan captain talks about the many observations, plots and decisions that go into the game's most important task: taking wickets

Osman Samiuddin

AB de Villiers' 100th Test

'I've let go of that fear of failing'

Nov 12, 2015: AB de Villiers analyses his batting and hits several theories out of the park

Interview by Sidharth Monga

'I am calmer and more settled as a coach now'

Oct 31, 2015: Waqar Younis talks about his kinder, gentler second stint, managing talent in the Pakistan set-up, his coaching philosophy, and forgiving Mohammad Amir

Interview by Umar Farooq

'To know when to intervene and when to say nothing is an art'

Oct 25, 2015: New Zealand coach Mike Hesson talks about why a coach can be successful without having played first-class cricket

Tim Wigmore

'It's not about patience, but the skill and knowledge you acquire over time'

Sep 23, 2015: R Ashwin talks about his growth as an offspinner, his time outside the Test team, and his habit of saying what he thinks

Interview by Sidharth Monga

'You should feel comfortable inside the dressing room to do well outside'

Sep 21, 2015: M Vijay opens up about what makes him happy, the life lessons he taught himself as a teenager, and his approach to batting

Interview by Arun Venugopal
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Five cricket arguments yet to be solved

Debates that will get you aggravated and typing furious comments. By Jon Hotten
The Cricket Monthly September issue

What's the difference between 19 and 38 years old in Test cricket?

Regardless of your age, you can have a presence on the field. By Nicholas Hogg

    'I had opportunities to leave but I didn't want Zimbabwe to go downhill'

Dave Houghton talks about playing alongside Fletcher and Hick, upsetting big teams, and the team's early Test days

Nepal's hurdles

Their first CEO, Bhawana Ghimire, was seen as a pioneer, but lofty plans have come to naught in the face of a shambolic cricket board
The Cricket Monthly September 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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Left-arm quick, right-arm quicker

Lahore Qalandars have unearthed a truly unique prospect in Yasir Jan, an ambidextrous quick who can generate serious pace with both arms

Vote for your all-time India Test XI

In September 2010, as part of ESPNcricinfo's All-time XI series, a jury had selected an All-time India Test XI. Six years later, would you make some changes?

Imran's team or Misbah's: which was greater?

Each had to overcome very different hurdles from the other to become a top Test side

Can New Zealand do an England 2012?

England showed four years ago that India can be beaten at home with the help of four key attributes. New Zealand possess all of them, to a degree, and if they click together, anything can happen

Trott's story emerging with happy ending

Jonathan Trott will leave the game with a smile on his face and many good memories. From the position he was in not so long ago, that is something to be cherished

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