Apr 6, 2009: How would two modern masters fare against the fastest bowlers of the 70s?
Mar 23, 2009: In which The Don and Ranji take on Barnes and Lillee
Feb 23, 2009: Mean South African bowlers v rampaging Caribbean batsmen? Bring it on
Feb 2, 2009: Four players who thrilled the senses like few could
Jan 6, 2009: Oh to see old faithfuls in living colour
Dec 5, 2008: Great batsmen facing fine spinners: now that's what I call a contest
Nov 14, 2008: McCabe and Harvey against Ambrose and O'Reilly
Oct 14, 2008: Two English legends against two of the greatest bowlers ever
Sep 19, 2008: Four players you could watch bat for duck or bowl 90 overs for no wickets
Aug 12, 2008: Two of the greatest attacking batsmen ever, up against a man who loved to see blood on the pitch and a spinner who thought like a fast bowler
Jul 15, 2008: The joys of sitting back and watching the sparks fly as a bunch of hard cases take each other on
Apr 26, 2008: The King and Pollock, up against Murali and Pidge
Apr 1, 2008: Headley and Sathasivam take on Barnes and Marshall
Feb 28, 2008: Laxman's rubber wrists v the Big Bird's bounce, and two masters of war
Jan 1, 2007: Top-handed Gavaskar and bottom-handed Tendulkar against the steepling bounce of Thomson, and Murali's doosra
Jan 1, 2007: Langer and Hayden would fight like hell, but facing Holding and Marshall must have been worse than hell itself
Aug 1, 2006: Would Victor dare to take Lillee from off stump over square leg? Would Archie have the temerity to advance to Warne as he revelled in doing to the slow bowlers of his day?
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