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Verity's war

Apr 9, 2013: Tracing the story of the great English bowler's time as a commander leading a battalion against the Germans in Sicily

James Holland

The Wisden Test XI

Team of the year

Apr 15, 2010: The Wisden Test XI of 2009 was chosen with no fundamental disagreements among the selectors, although some countries played too little Test cricket to supply much evidence of individual worth

Forever superstar

Aug 27, 2008: Modern fame is perishable; Bradman's wasn't. And his feats are just about half of what his legend survives on

Gideon Haigh

The small enforcer

Sep 1, 2002: It is a strangely conflicted mixture of rigorous self-denial and cathartic violence that make up Tendulkar's craft

Mukul Kesavan
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