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Jan 13, 2009: A tie is not a tie - not in Twenty20. And this is how it is resolved
Aug 26, 2008: The newest addition to cricket's lexicon is derived from a non-contact sport
Aug 4, 2008: Among the recent innovations in use in cricket broadcasting is a system that claims 100% accuracy in catching the thinnest of edges
The Spirit of Cricket Lecture
Jun 26, 2008: The annual forum where the great and good put forward ideas on the game for discussion
Number of balls in an over
Jun 6, 2008: Six, eight, five, four - why has cricket not been able to make up its mind about how long a bowling unit should last?
The bowling machine
May 2, 2008: The automaton that aims to put net bowlers out of business
The light rule
Apr 10, 2008: When and how can play be stopped if light is an issue?
Mar 13, 2008: How the on-field dynamics change when an injured batsman gets a team-mate to run for him
Feb 17, 2008: A form of dismissal named after a legendary Indian allrounder
Feb 1, 2008: What field restrictions became after 2005
The speed gun
Sep 13, 2007: How fast are cricket's fast men? This little thingummybob tells you
Sep 13, 2007: How it feels to be trapped in the choking process
Sep 13, 2007: Ellis Achong invented it; we've got the lowdown on it
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Modern Masters: Rahul Dravid and Sanjay Manjrekar discuss Graeme Smith's terrific record in different conditions
Jarrod Kimber: Overworked bowlers, poor selection, and plenty of business jargon - England's cup of woe is full
Martin Crowe: The team now consists of two halves: a burnt-out one and a fresh one
My XI: Martin Crowe on the gritty approach that turned Allan Border into a run-machine
V Ramnarayan: Binny did well at Trent Bridge, but surely he must make way for Ashwin now?
What's wrong with their cricket? Well, what isn't?