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Pageant of Cricket

Big pictures

Mar 1, 2008: David Frith's masterly pictorial history of cricket captures the game in its totality

Rob Steen

Cricket Crisis

War diary

Feb 23, 2008: Fingleton's account of Bodyline may not be definitive, but it is fair, if contrarian, and bears the ineffable scent of leather

Gideon Haigh

It Never Rains

An everycricketer's journal

Feb 17, 2008: It's a rare player of any level who will not recognise him or herself in some or even all of the attitudes on show in Roebuck's diary of his 1983 season

Gideon Haigh

Harold Gimblett: Tormented Genius of Cricket

A voice from the dark

Feb 9, 2008: Cricketers used to be heroes without flaws. Then this book came along

Scyld Berry

Straight From the Shoulder

No moralising, only problem-solving

Feb 2, 2008: Ian Peebles' classic analysis of flawed bowling actions treats chucking as a problem, not a political headache

Suresh Menon

On Top Down Under

Baggy green crowns

Jan 26, 2008: Ray Robinson's masterpiece on Australia's captains is among the finest of all cricket books

Mike Coward
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    The league of global T20 brands

The presence of established IPL franchises and other international businesses in South Africa's new T20 league shows what the future of the format could look like

How wide is too wide?

Our cartoon takes a look at bat technology
The Cricket Monthly June issue

    Afghanistan's thrilling journey to Test status

How the team went from being an Associate to a Full Member

    What the Kohli-Kumble saga tells us

Ian Chappell: Captains are best off being advised by senior team-mates on the field, and assisted by managers off it

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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Ringside at the miracle of Pakistan

Zaman, Amir, Hafeez, history. I was there

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

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

Pakistan, the Improbables

In today's age when analytics and reason underpin most aspects of life, all the data indicated that Pakistan did not have a chance. How then did their Champions Trophy win happen?

Kohli loses duel with red-hot Amir

For India to stand a chance, Virat Kohli had to win his battle with Pakistan's seamers, but Mohammad Amir used his angle and intellect to take out India's best

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