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A stern eye on South Africa's past

May 6, 2017: A new history of the country's cricket in recent years is unsparing in its portrayal of a divided society

Firdose Moonda

Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2017

A glocal celebration of the game

Apr 9, 2017: This year's Wisden Cricketer's Almanack casts its eye around England and the world, and acknowledges cricket's role in society at large

Alan Gardner

Wisden India Almanack

The book that keeps on giving

Mar 26, 2017: The Wisden India Almanack, like its English counterpart, is evidence that print retains its charm in our digital age

Soumya Bhattacharya

Cricket on the Continent

Europe digs in for the long innings

Feb 25, 2017: Tim Brooks tells the story of a brand of the game that, against the odds, displays an uncanny knack for self-sustenance

Alan Gardner

Firestarter: Me, Cricket and the Heat of the Moment

Categorically Ben

Jan 29, 2017: It is easy to pigeonhole Stokes as a brash, combative allrounder, but there's more to him - as his frank autobiography reveals

Alan Gardner

Coach

Boof, part deux

Jan 15, 2017: Lehmann's second autobiography offers a compelling window into his philosophies and experiences, but it's not quite timed perfectly

Daniel Brettig

A Beautiful Game

Mark Nicholas, cricket romantic

Dec 10, 2016: The former Hampshire captain turned commentator's deep love for the game infuses his autobiography with an enthusiasm that is as irrepressible as it is genuine

Alan Gardner

Resilient

The full Mitch

Nov 26, 2016: Johnson's 392-page autobiography is exhaustive in its chronicling of how a boy from Townsville came to be Australian cricketing royalty

Sam Perry

Supreme Bowling

Which are the greatest bowling performances of them all?

Nov 19, 2016: A new book presents a scientific ranking (backed with delectable writing)

Alan Gardner

When The Eye Has Gone

Belly laughs and sadness

Nov 11, 2016: A play about the life and untimely death of Colin Milburn conveys the highs and the lows of a unique cricketer

David Hopps

Declared

Raw and raging

Nov 6, 2016: Brendon McCullum's book has the story of his career but also far too much bile and score-settling

Paul Ford

Stroke of Genius

Every picture tells a story

Oct 30, 2016: And if it's George Beldam's iconic image of Victor Trumper, it speaks volumes

Paul Edwards

Selection Day

A cricket story run out by indifference

Oct 22, 2016: Aravind Adiga's new novel is centred on the game but isn't really in love with it

Karthik Krishnaswamy

Unguarded: My Autobiography

The unmaking of Jonathan Trott

Oct 8, 2016: The former England No. 3's autobiography is a compelling, raw account of a modern sportsman's life

Jon Hotten

M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story

Dhoni's dream

Oct 3, 2016: The new biopic, shaped around the World Cup win of 2011, works best when it depicts one youngster following his calling

Jai Arjun Singh

28 Days' Data

England's zombie World Cup history

Sep 24, 2016: What turned them from the bright-eyed World Cup finalists of 1992 to the dead men stumbling about in 2015? A new book attempts to find answers

Alan Gardner

AB: The Autobiography

The adventures of AB

Sep 1, 2016: AB de Villiers' autobiography delves into his pursuit of excellence, and the highs and lows of being an on-demand international cricketer

Firdose Moonda

White on Green

Pakistan's untold tales

Aug 21, 2016: Tauseef Ahmed, Dera Ismail Khan, Raees Mohammad, Abdul Aziz Durani, a playboy prince and others feature in this affectionate backstory of Pakistan cricket

Kamran Abbasi

Charles Bannerman: Australia's Premier Batsman

What do we know about the first Test cricketer?

Aug 7, 2016: A new biography of Charles Bannerman seeks to explore why his cricketing peak was brief and lonely

Gideon Haigh

Mind the Windows

The fast life of Tino Best

Jul 31, 2016: His autobiography tells the story of a flamboyant cricketer better remembered for a batting innings and a sledge than the pace he worked hard to achieve

Alan Gardner
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Now in her eighties, Norma Izard is a living testimony to the pioneering breed of women's cricketer who helped elevate the sport to today's levels. By Raf Nicholson

    The boundary-rider effect

Numbers Game: Has the extra outfielder affected scoring rates in the last ten overs of ODIs?

    How Australia's women got here

A World Cup is a celebration of how far the women's game has come, yet it should not be forgotten that many advancements were a long time coming. By Daniel Brettig

Do I know you from somewhere?

You've seen these cricketers before, but not this way
The Cricket Monthly June issue

The hinterland of 40

Jon Hotten: At Lord's we saw three in-between scores of the sort that are as likely to annoy the selectors as excite them

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Will a billion people watch the Champions Trophy final?

The India-Pakistan final could be the third-most watched game in cricket history

Fly, Pakistan, fly

This was one of the greatest comebacks in the history of cricket - against the best the world had, in four straight knockout games

'Batsmen win you games, bowlers win you tournaments'

Bowling coach Azhar Mahmood talks about the transformation of Pakistan's pace attack, a key factor in their road to the Champions Trophy final

Champions Trophy XI: Captain Sarfraz pips Kohli, Tamim in at No. 3

India and Pakistan's best performers occupy seven of the eleven slots, while Kane Williamson is the only one from outside the semi-finalists

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