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Top Performer - Murali Kartik

Tweak of the week

Oct 23, 2007: Six wickets and a handy spell with the bat: Anand Vasu on Kartik's dream comeback

Anand Vasu

Top Performer - Paul Harris

Spinning magic

Oct 16, 2007: Paul Harris outshone his much-publicised team-mates in the Test series against Pakistan by topping the wickets chart

Faras Ghani

Top Performer - Andrew Symonds

The return of the king

Oct 9, 2007: Australia's No. 5 bids fair to become the most complete one-day cricketer of his age - much like a certain IVA Richards in the eighties

Dileep Premachandran

Top Performer-Jacques Kallis

Back in the fold, back with a bang

Oct 2, 2007: Jacques Kallis has put his exclusion from the Twenty20 side behind him to return more determined than ever. By Neil Manthorp

Neil Manthorp

Top Performer: Mahendra Singh Dhoni

Grace under fire

Sep 26, 2007: As the stakes mounted in the World Twenty20, India's captain held his nerve and kept his faith - and his smile. By Dileep Premachandran

Dileep Premachandran

Top Performer - Daniel Vettori

Dan's the man

Sep 18, 2007: Twenty20 may not be his favourite game, but New Zealand's captain has proved to be a dab hand at it

Andrew McGlashan

Top Performer-Dimitri Mascarenhas

Big hitter takes the big stage

Sep 11, 2007: Dimitri Mascarenhas can bash 'em with the best of them. And now he's got the perfect stage to do it on

Andrew Miller

Top Performer - Yuvraj Singh

Happy return

Sep 4, 2007: After a not-quite-purple patch, Yuvraj Singh is back, and how. By Jamie Alter

Jamie Alter

Top Performer - Ian Bell

England's old-school anchorman

Aug 29, 2007: Ian Bell has burst forth from the margins to assume the role of England's tempo-setter

Andrew Miller

Top Performer - Ottis Gibson

Oldest swinger in town

Aug 22, 2007: Ottis Gibson showed that age is no barrier as he took three wickets to help Durham to the Friends Provident Trophy

Andrew McGlashan

Top Performer - Anil Kumble

A ton for Jumbo

Aug 14, 2007: Anil Kumble was in the thick of things again - this time with bat in hand. By Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

Top Performer - Ryan McLaren

Home or away?

Aug 7, 2007: Ryan McLaren is a player with a bright future. The question is with which country? He joined Kent for this season on a Kolpak deal, but at 24 now has a career-defining decision to make

Andrew McGlashan

Top Performer - Zaheer Khan

All fired up

Aug 1, 2007: Siddhartha Vaidyanathan profiles Zaheer Khan

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

Top Performer - James Anderson

The drinks are on Jimmy

Jul 24, 2007: It's been a long four years for James Anderson where his roles for England have switched from new-ball bowler to drinks waiter

Andrew McGlashan

Sangakkara piles it on

Double feature

Jul 17, 2007: Two 200-plus scores in a row? It's another day at the office for Kumar Sangakkara

Jamie Alter

Top Performer - Chris Gayle

Captain cool turns up the heat

Jul 10, 2007: Chris Gayle played a key role in West Indies' 2-1 series win over England both with the bat and as captain

Andrew McGlashan

Top Performer - Yuvraj Singh grafts his way back into winning form

Shedding the rust

Jul 3, 2007: Yuvraj Singh overcame poor form, rode his luck and made the most of his breaks to fashion India's series win over South Africa

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

South Africa in Ireland 2007

Philander fills his boots

Jun 27, 2007: Vernon Philander is being seen in South African circles as the new Shaun Pollock, and so far he hasn't done too badly in international cricket

Andrew McGlashan

England's spin champion just gets better and better

Monty's got mettle

Jun 20, 2007: The secret of Monty Panesar's success is his utter insouciance

Andrew Miller

Calypso cricket is not part of Shivnarine Chanderpaul's gameplan

The quiet West Indian

Jun 13, 2007: Whether he likes it or not, Shivanrine Chanderpaul is now West Indies' main man

Andrew Miller
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