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Australia v West Indies, 4th Test, Adelaide, 1992-93

No Australia Day in Adelaide

Jan 26, 2010: Tim May witnessed the closest-ever win from the other side and the other end

Tim May

England v Australia, The Oval, 1968

Slippery when wet

Aug 19, 2009: Forty-one years ago rain almost saw an Ashes Test get away from England's grasp

Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi

The Ashes, Headingley, 1981

England in wonderland

Aug 6, 2009: Not the crowd, not the players, not the bookmakers, no one could believe the most incredible Ashes turnaround of them all

Chris Old

Sri Lanka v Pakistan 1985-86

Scrappy in Sri Lanka

Jul 23, 2009: Sri Lanka and Pakistan may get along just fine these days, but back in 1985-86 it was knives out all the time

Interviews by Sidharth Monga

England v West Indies, fifth Test, The Oval, 1976

'The pain was incredible'

May 7, 2009: A look back to an England-West Indies classic from 33 years ago

Bob Woolmer

West Indies v England, fifth Test, Port-of-Spain, 1973-74

Tony's star turn

May 2, 2009: Greig returns to Port-of-Spain to spin England to a memorable win and settle a score

Pat Pocock

Pakistan v Australia, 1st Test, Karachi, 1994-95

The big steal

Apr 23, 2009: A flashback to 15 years ago, when Pakistan famously put one over Australia in Karachi

Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi

Australia v New Zealand, only Test, Perth, 1989-90

One man against the mob

Mar 31, 2009: Nearly 20 years ago Mark Greatbatch produced a back-to-the-wall classic as Australians snarled and spat around him

Interview by Sidharth Monga

New Zealand v India, first Test, 1967-68

A win by spin in Dunedin

Mar 17, 2009: India's first Test win abroad came in New Zealand 41 years ago. We look back at the Dunedin Test where Prasanna and Wadekar led the way to a famous triumph

Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi

West Indies v England, third Test, Port-of-Spain, 1994

Tall, dark and awesome

Feb 12, 2009: When Ambrose ripped the heart out of England's batting

Keith Fletcher

India v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Delhi, 1998-99

Ten past 10

Feb 7, 2009: A decade to the day after his 10 for 74, Anil Kumble and some of his team-mates look back at the feat

Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi

Australia v Sri Lanka, World Cup 1975

Hits of the seventies

Jan 30, 2009: Duleep Mendis and Sunil Wettimuny look back on the time Jeff Thomson sent them both to hospital

Sriram Veera

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
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