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Fixing? It's people like us doing it

May 22, 2013: It's convenient to blame the underworld for every instance of cricket fixing, but it's ordinary punters who are behind many of them

Ed Hawkins

Him against the world

May 19, 2013: Even at the height of his success with the national side, Sreesanth was a lonely cricketer who felt hard done by

Ajay Shankar

Canada looks to come in from the cold

Apr 8, 2013: The national team is in tatters right now and the board still isn't efficiently run, but the new president is hoping things are going to change

Faraz Sarwat

Saeed Ajmal and the art of the pause

Mar 10, 2013: Why Pakistan's lead bowler is like an Argentinian football midfielder

SB Tang

Once upon a twinkle-toed debut

Feb 21, 2013: A little over eight years ago, a young Australian made a dream debut in Bangalore. Now he returns as captain

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

The problem with women's cricket in India

Feb 13, 2013: It's not played by schoolgirls, so where will the talent feed for U-19 and state cricket come from?

Ananya Upendran

Zimbabwe cricket in familiar strife again

Feb 9, 2013: A decade since the "death of democracy" protest, the country's cricket struggles with issues of race, politics, and player alienation

Liam Brickhill

Mixed cricket? No thanks, boys

Jan 20, 2013: Sarah Taylor's possible inclusion in the Sussex men's 2nd XI is not an aspirational move for women's cricket as a whole

Raf Nicholson

Growing up with Sachin

Dec 24, 2012: How Tendulkar helped a generation of Indians make sense of their lives

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

What is momentum anyway?

Dec 20, 2012: The m-word gets thrown about a lot in cricket, but what does it really mean?

John Hotten

New Zealand in Sri Lanka 2012/13

Young attack product of injury crisis

Nov 30, 2012: An experienced crop of bowlers should be available but their over-coaching has forced New Zealand to turn to youth - a policy that looks to be unexpectedly working

Iain O'Brien

Bowling in India? Don't get bored

Nov 22, 2012: The former Australia quick on what a fast bowler needs to do to succeed in hostile Indian conditions

Jason Gillespie

The limited-overs batsman who revolutionised Test cricket

Nov 22, 2012: Sehwag's ability to use skills seemingly made for ODIs in the long game, and his instinct and fearlessness make him one of cricket's most compelling sights

John Wright

Remember Saj?

Nov 18, 2012: He was picked on the basis that international cricket needed bowlers who bowled fast. But while the prognosis was the right one, Mahmood wasn't

John Hotten

The two Gabbas

Nov 7, 2012: Brisbane's Test pitch is a different animal from the ones used in Shield games. An insider explains why

Chris Hartley

Is he any good?

Oct 27, 2012: Where does one begin to rate the merits of a batsman in regard to his peers? It can only be a work in progress

Alex Bowden

What to do when autumn approaches

Oct 11, 2012: The end of a season (or a career) can be a disorienting, disconcerting time for a cricketer

Iain O'Brien

It's not just about the results

Sep 25, 2012: More important than the numbers you chalk up as a player is gaining personal mastery of yourself - as a cricketer and a person

Paddy Upton

Imran Nazir's last chance

Sep 23, 2012: He has got several chances over his decade-plus in the international game, but this World Twenty20 could be his last opportunity to make a mark

Mazher Arshad

It's not the ego

Sep 12, 2012: Cricketers often try to mask their diffidence and insecurities behind their sunglasses and strut

Iain O'Brien
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The beast that is batting

Jon Hotten: Even for those blessed with great skill, it is a hard, unforgiving craft - as Jonathan Trott will be able to testify

    'A good T20 bowler consistently makes batsmen take risks'

Shane Bond on how fast bowlers can outsmart batsmen in T20s if they trust their variations and take their time plotting their moves. By Nagraj Gollapudi

Death by a centimetre

The Cricket Monthly: The chief cause for run-outs is a breakdown in communication. Even twins aren't immune
TCM April issue

    Many sides to a cricket revolution

Ian Chappell: While an administrative shake-up of the ICC would be welcome, the Essel Group's past cricketing ventures hardly inspire confidence

Can cricket hold on to its multi-sport players?

Russell Jackson: Picking cricket over the richer football codes is risky for young players, who often choose it out of love rather than financial incentives

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The legspinner who never bowled

Greg Loveridge broke a knuckle in his first Test for New Zealand and never played another five-dayer. He's now among the country's wealthiest people

Representing India and his father

Sarfaraz Khan is one of India's most talented young allrounders but is he being pushed to live his father's dream?

Birthday hundreds, and the fastest to 2000 Test runs

Also, the best averages with hundred-plus Test wickets, and back-to-back ODI centuries by Bangladesh batsmen

Trott suffers moment of defeat

This was Jonathan Trott's lowest moment. The moment when the truth could no longer be concealed. The moment when hope vanished for his international future

Bangladesh's best partnership in Test cricket

Stats highlights from the fourth day of the Khulna Test between Bangladesh and Pakistan

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