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Australia v England and West Indies, 1979-80

Ashes absent but England bite the dust

Jan 20, 2009: Greg Chappell, Clive Lloyd, Bob Willis and others look back at Australia's first post-Packer season

Interviews by Simon Lister

West Indies v India, second Test, Port-of-Spain, 1970-71

Dancing in the lion's den

Dec 21, 2008: Dilip Sardesai, Steve Camacho, Charlie Davis and Salim Durani look back at India's famous first win against West Indies

Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi

West Indies v South Africa, only Test, Barbados, 1991-92

Rough welcome back

Nov 24, 2008: On their Test comeback, South Africa were received warmly by the Bajan crowd, but not by the West Indies team

Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi

Tamil Nadu v Rest of India, Irani Trophy, 1988-89

The blitzkrieg

Sep 21, 2008: When Tamil Nadu stormed to an Irani Trophy win courtesy the fastest individual hundred in Indian domestic cricket

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

England v West Indies, 1950

Those two little tormentors of mine

Aug 21, 2008: When all that could go wrong for England did, against West Indies in the summer of 1950

Trevor Bailey

England v South Africa, 1998

Donald denied by Dunkirk defiance

Aug 3, 2008: When South Africa came to England in 1998, they were expected to take the series. Then the script went awry

Interviews by Simon Lister

South Africa v England, 2nd Test, Johannesburg, 1995

Iron Mike makes a fist of it

Jul 11, 2008: When Atherton produced a guts-and-glory classic at the Wanderers

Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi

West Indies v Australia, fourth Test, 1994-95

We'll take it from here

May 30, 2008: How Steve Waugh's Jamaica 200 marked the handing over of power from West Indies to Australia

Paul Reiffel

West Indies v Australia, fifth Test, 1977-78

Rumble in Jamaica

May 12, 2008: A look back to the Test where Australia were robbed by a riot

Peter Toohey

Australia v World XI, MCG, 1971-72

Drunk on Sobers

Apr 27, 2008: The World XI were sinking without a trace. Then along came Sir Garry

Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi

England v India, 1st Test, Headingley, 1952

Duck soup

Apr 11, 2008: The horror start that made India's nightmare at Ahmedabad last week look like a picnic

Madhav Mantri

Pakistan v Australia, only Test, Karachi, 1956

Pleased to beat you

Mar 23, 2008: In the wake of Australia's cancelled tour of Pakistan, we look back at the first time the two countries met in a Test

Imtiaz Ahmed

England v New Zealand, 1st Test, Trent Bridge, 1973

The last-mile blues

Mar 11, 2008: New Zealand climb a mountain against England, only to stumble near the summit

Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi

India v Australia, Madras, World Cup 1987

Déjà vu at Chepauk

Jan 29, 2008: A little over a year after the famous tied Test in Madras, the same teams played out a lesser classic - an equally tight ODI - at the same venue

Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi

Bombay v Haryana, Bombay, Ranji Trophy final, 1990-91

Loss and longing in Bombay

Jan 15, 2008: Cup of woe for Vengsarkar, dream come true for Kapil. The 1990-91 Ranji final was one of the best

H Natarajan

Australia v India, Perth, 1991-92

When Sachin cracked the Perth Test

Jan 14, 2008: Take the fastest wicket in the world, add some bounce and cracks to it, and it's enough to test any batsman. In 1991-92, Sachin Tendulkar, not yet 19, passed the Perth Test

Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi

Tamil Nadu v Bombay, Madras, Ranji Trophy final, 1972-73

Slow and deadly

Jan 13, 2008: The track for the Ranji Trophy final in 1972-73 was vicious, and then there was Shivalkar

Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi

Western Australia v South Australia, Perth, Sheffield Shield, 1970-71

Barry goes ballistic

Jan 1, 2007: Barry Richards's lightning-fast triple century against Western Australia relived

Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi

Tamil Nadu v Rest of India, Madras, 1988-89

The blitzkrieg

Nov 1, 2006: VB Chandrasekhar's 1988 Irani Trophy hundred was - and still is - the fastest in Indian first-class cricket

Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi

The fastest hundred

Maximum damage

Apr 15, 2006: Viv Richards blazes to the fastest Test hundred ever

John Emburey
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Blind cricket struggles for recognition in India

Despite recent successes, visually impaired players are not getting the backing that could turn them into professionals

    Crunch time for Sehwag and Gambhir

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The Plays of the day from the match between Kolkata and Mumbai, in Abu Dhabi

India: cricket's Brazil

It's difficult to beat a huge talent base exposed to good facilities, and possessed of a long history of competing as a nation

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