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Stiff Upper Lips and Baggy Green Caps

A phoenix of anecdotes

Nov 15, 2006: Paul Coupar reviews Stiff Upper Lips and Baggy Green Caps

Paul Coupar

The Illustrated History of Indian Cricket

Coffee-table scholarship

Nov 5, 2006: A picture is worth a thousand words, especially when it has been sourced and selected as exquisitely as those in Boria Majumdar's superb 256-page magnum opus, The Illustrated History of Indian Cricket.

Andrew Miller

Cricinfo Guide To International Cricket

A welcome addition

Oct 29, 2006: Rob Smyth reviews the Cricinfo Guide To International Cricket

Rob Smyth

Postcards from the Sledge, by Beach

Cartoon sledges

Oct 26, 2006: Printed on high-quality thick, glossy paper and with a minimum of self-advertising, the cartoons are distinct, colourful and thoughtfully drawn by someone clearly in love with the game

Will Luke

Ralph Dellor and Stephen Lamb

The Little Book of Cricket Legends

Oct 26, 2006: A review of The Little Book of Cricket by Ralph Dellor and Stephen Lamb

Andrew Miller

2005-06 Test Cricket Annual - John Woods

Amateur hour

Oct 22, 2006: Sam Collins reviews John Woods's 2005-06 Test Cricket Annual

Sam Collins

Peter the Lord's Cat - edited by Gideon Haigh

A dead good read

Oct 15, 2006: Rob Steen reviews Peter the Lord's Cat And Other Unexpected Obituaries from Wisden

Rob Steen

Cricket Lexicon / Arm-Ball To Zooter

What's it all about

Oct 1, 2006: Will Luke reviews Andrew Strauss's autobiography

Steven Price

Andrew Strauss: Coming into Play

Promising but premature

Sep 30, 2006: Will Luke reviews Andrew Strauss's autobiography

Will Luke

Connectv Cricket

Plug it in, throw it out

Sep 29, 2006: "Demoralising hunk of junk". That's how a friend summed up this game. Mind you, he was 0 for 8 against Zimbabwe at the time

Sam Collins

History of the Cricket World Cup - Tony Cozier

Heritage in waiting

Sep 24, 2006: Rob Steen reviews History of the Cricket World Cup

Rob Steen

The England Cricket Miscellany and No Balls and Googlies

Cashing out on quality

Sep 23, 2006: Martin Williamson reviews The England Cricket Miscellany and No Balls and Googlies

Martin Williamson

You Must Like Cricket? Memoirs of an Indian Cricket fan

India's obsession

Sep 18, 2006: In exploring his own micro-obsession the author hopes to throw light on the macro-obsession of world cricket's most powerful nation, a place where Sachin Tendulkar bats and an audience the size of Europe watches

Paul Coupar

A Majestic Innings: Writings on Cricket - CLR James

Threads of gold

Sep 18, 2006: Welcome back to an old classic

Gillian Reynolds

John Wright's Indian Summers

Cardus can wait

Sep 16, 2006: Anand Vasu reviews Indian Summers by John Wright

Anand Vasu

Kevin Pietersen: Crossing the Boundary

More than just the Ashes

Sep 15, 2006: Showbiz, stardom, sixes - they are all here. A little over a year ago Kevin Pietersen etched his name into English cricket history with his Ashes-sealing 158 at The Oval

Andrew McGlashan

Shane Warne: my illustrated career

A picture in waiting

Sep 8, 2006: Daniel Brigham reviews Shane Warne - my illustrated career

Daniel Brigham

Missing the point

Sep 4, 2006: A review of Lord's in the 21st Century

Edward Craig

19-90: Jim Laker by Brian Scovell

The spinner's lot - immortal for a day

Aug 31, 2006: Jonathan Rice reviews 19-90: Jim Laker by Brian Scovell

Jonathan Rice

Willows Wisden Almanack reprints

Making history affordable

Aug 26, 2006: Martin Williamson looks at the man behind the series of Wisden Almanack reprints

Martin Williamson
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    England's zombie World Cup history

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Five cricket arguments yet to be solved

Debates that will get you aggravated and typing furious comments. By Jon Hotten
The Cricket Monthly September issue

The hinterland of 40

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Left-arm quick, right-arm quicker

Lahore Qalandars have unearthed a truly unique prospect in Yasir Jan, an ambidextrous quick who can generate serious pace with both arms

Vote for your all-time India Test XI

In September 2010, as part of ESPNcricinfo's All-time XI series, a jury had selected an All-time India Test XI. Six years later, would you make some changes?

Imran's team or Misbah's: which was greater?

Each had to overcome very different hurdles from the other to become a top Test side

Can New Zealand do an England 2012?

England showed four years ago that India can be beaten at home with the help of four key attributes. New Zealand possess all of them, to a degree, and if they click together, anything can happen

Trott's story emerging with happy ending

Jonathan Trott will leave the game with a smile on his face and many good memories. From the position he was in not so long ago, that is something to be cherished

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