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Fatty Batter - How Cricket Saved My Life (Then Ruined It) by Michael Simkins

The kid in the sweet shop

Jul 17, 2007: Gillian Reynolds reviews Fatty Batter - How Cricket Saved My Life (Then Ruined It) by Michael Simkins

Gillian Reynolds

International Cricket Captain III

A true test for true fans

Jul 15, 2007: International Cricket Captain III, the updated version of the successful management-style simulation, is hitting the shelves this month and brings a host of challenges

Andrew McGlashan

Men in White: A Book of Cricket

The sentient watcher

Jul 12, 2007: Jai Arjun Singh on a collection of self-aware, passionate fan's notes

Jai Arjun Singh

Warne a star turn in cabaret

Jun 24, 2007: Shane Warne is used to taking centre stage in Adelaide ... only this time he's on the other side of the River Torrens. And it's not actually him, either

Mark Partridge

More Than a Game: The Story of Cricket's Early Years

History from the heart

Jun 17, 2007: Martin Williamson reviews More Than a Game: The Story of Cricket's Early Years by John Major

Martin Williamson

Wasted? by Paul Smith

The drugs don't work

May 27, 2007: A review of Paul Smith's autobiography, Wasted?

Will Luke

Book reviews

Beer, verse and Arlott

May 26, 2007: A review of cricket books on beer, verse and John Arlott

Will Luke and Jenny Thompson

Book reviews

A flawed offering and a welcome delight

May 20, 2007: A review of Simon Wilde and Gideon Haigh's latest offerings

Jenny Thompson and Andrew McGlashan

Grovel by David Tossell

The hot and fiery summer

May 19, 2007: Martin Williamson reviews Grovel by David Tossell

Martin Williamson

Test Match Special - 50 Not Out

The story of an institution

May 17, 2007: Martin Williamson reviews Test Match Special - 50 Not Out

Martin Williamson

Willows Almanack reprints 1924 and 1925

A collector's dream continues

May 14, 2007: Martin Williamson reviews the Willows reprints of the 1924 and 1925 Wisden Cricketers' Almanacks

Martin Williamson

Justin Langer and Steve Harmison's book

A gamble that didn't pay off

May 13, 2007: Martin Williamson reviews the diary of Justin Langer and Steve Harmison

Cricinfo staff

Tom Cartwright - The Flame Still Burns

Passing on county lore

May 12, 2007: Michael Billington reviews Tom Cartwright - The Flame Still Burns by Stephen Chalke

Michael Billington

Gideon Haigh's book

All Out - The Ashes 2006-07

May 6, 2007: Gideon Haigh's latest collection showcases a fine writer at the top of his game says Chandrahas Choudhury

Chandrahas Choudhury

May 2007: Review

In his pomp, at the Ashes

May 1, 2007: Gideon Haigh's latest collection showcases a fine writer at the top of his game says Chandrahas Choudhury

Haigh's latest collection showcases a fine writer at the top of his game. By Chandrahas Choudhury

Another World Cup flop

May 1, 2007: A review of Brian Lara Cricket 2007, the video game

Jenny Thompson

Great cricket, mediocre production

Mar 11, 2007: A review of the Ashes Down Under DVD

Cricinfo staff

Twenty20 Vision: My Life and Inspiration by Mushtaq Ahmed

Behind the Mushy bushy beard

Feb 24, 2007: Bruce Talbot reviews Mushtaq Ahmed's Twenty20 Vision: My Life and Inspiration

Bruce Talbot

Caught & Told - Humorous Cricketing Anecdotes

Fun and games

Feb 18, 2007: Siddhartha Vaidyanathan reviews Caught and Told, a collection of anecdotes compiled by former India batsman Sandeep Patil and journalist Clayton Murzello

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

Slogging the Slavs

You had to be there

Feb 3, 2007: Emma John reviews Slogging the Slavs by Angus Bell

Emma John
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    The matriarch of England women's evolution

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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Live analysis - India v Pakistan

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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