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Monty Panesar's exclusive diary

'We've got a really good chance'

Feb 27, 2007: Monty Panesar, in his exclusive diary, reflects on the Australian tour and looks ahead to the World Cup

Monty Panesar's exclusive diary

Defensive fields can be an attacking option

Jan 7, 2007: In Monty Panesar's exclusive diary for Cricinfo, he writes how at times defensive fields can be a better option for if you have paleyrs at the ropes, you can afford to give the ball more air

Monty Panesar's exclusive diary

I've never shaved, so I'm reaping the rewards now

Jan 2, 2007: Monty Panesar, in his exclusive diary for Cricinfo, reflects on watching Warne at close hand and being Beard of the Year

Monty Panesar's exclusive diary

Excitement and eagerness took over

Dec 21, 2006: Monty Panesar, in his exclusive diary for Cricinfo, reflects on his Ashes debut, at Perth

Monty Panesar's exclusive diary

It was nice to finally get some game time

Dec 13, 2006: Monty Panesar, in his exclusive diary for Cricinfo, reflects on the warm-up games in Perth ahead of the third Test

Monty Panesar's exclusive diary

You've got to take it on the chin

Dec 13, 2006: Monty Panesar, in his exclusive diary for Cricinfo, reflects on the warm-up games in Perth ahead of the third Test

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I'm itching to go out and play

Dec 8, 2006: Monty Panesar, in his exclusive diary for Cricinfo, is itching to play in the third Test after missing out in the first two Tests

Monty Panesar's exclusive diary

It is hard to take all the knockbacks

Dec 8, 2006: Monty Panesar, in his exclusive diary for Cricinfo, is itching to play in the third Test after missing out in the first two

Monty Panesar's exclusive diary

Duncan's coaching has been invaluable

Nov 29, 2006: Monty Panesar, in his exclusive diary for Cricinfo, is philosophical about missing out on selection at the Gabba

Monty Panesar's exclusive diary

Bowling too flat? Aussie crowds? I'm not worried

Nov 21, 2006: Monty Panesar writes an exclusive diary for Cricinfo

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