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Colin Blythe: Lament For A Legend

A fragile genius

Jul 26, 2005: Martin Williamson reviews Fred Titmus's autobiography

Martin Williamson

Fred Titmus: My Life In Cricket

Not going quietly

Jul 26, 2005: Martin Williamson reviews Fred Titmus's autobiography

Martin Williamson

Book Review, July

Cricket - Celebrating the Modern Game Around the World
by Philip Brown and Lawrence Booth

Jul 5, 2005: A review of Cricket - Celebrating the Modern Game Around the World by Philip Brown and Lawrence Booth

Edward Craig

Book Review, July 2005

Pundits from Pakistan: On Tour with India, 2003-04
by Rahul Bhattacharya

Jul 5, 2005: A review of Pundits from Pakistan: On Tour with India, 2003-04 by Rahul Bhattacharya

Marcus Berkmann

Bangladesh in England, 2005

A tour of two halves

Jul 1, 2005: Andrew Miller reviews Bangladesh's tour of England, 2005

Andrew Miller

Book review - July 2005

Inside the line at HQ

Jun 16, 2005:

Ed Smith

Book Review - June 2005

The Oval: Test Match Cricket & Old Trafford: Test Match Cricket

Jun 16, 2005: We review two new books by David Mortimer on Tests at The Oval and Old Trafford

Cricinfo staff

Cricinfo's pick of the bunch

Ashes books and DVDs

Jun 16, 2005: This summer's Ashes series has brought in its wake the inevitable flurry of books and DVDs. Cricinfo brings you the best of the bunch

Cricinfo staff

Book Review - June 2005

The Reduced History of Cricket by Aubrey Ganguly and Justyn Barnes

Jun 13, 2005: A review of The Reduced History of Cricket by Aubrey Ganguly and Justyn Barnes

Andrew McGlashan

Book Review - June 2005

The Cricketers' Who's Who 2005 and Playfair Cricket Annual 2005

Jun 13, 2005: Reviews of the 2005 editions of The Cricketers' Who's Who and Playfair Cricket Annual

Daniel Brigham

Book Review - May 2005

Wisden Cricketers' Almanack - Edited by Matthew Engel

Apr 14, 2005: From the dramatic cover picture of the England team in a triumphant huddle to the last of its 1,744 pages, the latest Wisden is in celebratory mood

Des Wilson

Book Review, April 2005

Pundits from Pakistan: On Tour with India, 2003-04
by Rahul Bhattacharya

Apr 5, 2005: A review of Pundits from Pakistan: On Tour with India, 2003-04 by Rahul Bhattacharya

Mike Marqusee

Book Review - March 2005

Adult Book - Malcolm Knox

Mar 18, 2005: In a recent lunchtime slot David Lloyd took a Sky cameraman around the England dressing room

Emma John

Ralph Dellor and Stephen Lamb

The Little Book of Cricket

Jan 1, 2005: A review of The Little Book of Cricket by Ralph Dellor and Stephen Lamb

Jenny Thompson

Simon Hughes

Morning Everyone: A Sportswriter's Life

Jan 1, 2005: Simon Lister reviews Morning Everyone by Simon Hughes

Simon Lister

A-Z of reviews

Reviews 2005

2005: Cricinfo's A-Z of reviews for books, DVDs and videos released in 2005

Book Review - December 2004

Wisden Cricketers' Almanack Australia 2004-05

Dec 19, 2004: From a distance everything about Australian cricket appears impregnable, even perfect

Scyld Berry

Book reviews

Reviews in brief

Oct 27, 2004: Four short book reviews

Book Review

'75 Years of West Indies Cricket' - Ray Goble and AP Sandiford

Oct 27, 2004: This is a weighty tome, authored by a Professor Emeritus, Dr Keith AP Sandiford and a statistician with a particular interest in West Indian cricket, Ray Goble

Darcus Howe

Book review

Test Cricket Grounds, the complete guide - John Woods

Oct 19, 2004: Woods takes in 58 grounds the world over, from Ahmedabad to Adelaide, from Dhaka to Darwin

Andrew Miller
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South Africa face the Kallis question

Accommodation for a great player like Jacques Kallis should be made with careful consideration and South Africa cannot get carried away with sentiment

India's bowling leader conundrum

The present Indian bowling line-up will tackle its first five-Test series without the proven guidance of Zaheer Khan, their bowling captain. India had unravelled without him in 2011. Will they do better this time around?

Five key head-to-heads

From two embattled captains to the challenge for India's openers against the new ball, ESPNcricinfo picks five contests that could determine the series

Anderson shines in era of the No. 11

There are few endeavors as silly as No. 11s batting. Anderson's innings was another piece of history for cricket's most comical and undervalued batting position

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    Billboards are calling the series England's Indian Summer, but it is India who are looking for that period of warmth, redemption after the last whitewash, for they have seen how bleak the winter that can follow is

    Why isn't Ashwin playing? (72)

    It's close to inexplicable how India's best spinner is being left out in favour of bits-and-pieces players

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    Accommodation for a great player like Jacques Kallis should be made with careful consideration and South Africa cannot get carried away with sentiment

    India's bowling leader conundrum (44)

    The present Indian bowling line-up will tackle its first five-Test series without the proven guidance of Zaheer Khan, their bowling captain. India had unravelled without him in 2011. Will they do better this time around?

    Anderson shines in era of the No. 11 (34)

    There are few endeavors as silly as No. 11s batting. Anderson's innings was another piece of history for cricket's most comical and undervalued batting position