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Former England fast bowler; will be writing for Cricinfo through the 2009 season
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England v Australia, 5th Test, The Oval

Fred was one of the good guys

Aug 25, 2009: I'm so happy for Fred that he's managed to go out on his terms. Yes, he's been forced into retirement by injury, but in the circumstances, what a way to go

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England v Australia, 5th Test, The Oval

Deja-vu on the eve of the Ashes decider

Aug 19, 2009: The last Test of the Ashes, and it's all to play for at The Oval? It sounds a bit familiar

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England v Australia, 4th Test, Headingley

Don't expect a lot of swing at Headingley

Aug 5, 2009: Claiming 20 wickets in Yorkshire's matches has become a real chore

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The Ashes 2009

Edgbaston 2005, and a revised prediction for 2009

Jul 29, 2009: My original prediction was 2-1 to England, but I think I've got to change that now because I don't think there will be two more results

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An away venue at home

Jul 7, 2009: England will have no home advantage or familiarity with Sophia Gardens, and it might just feel like more of an away game than a home game

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'I felt I was going a bit cuckoo in New Zealand'

Apr 20, 2009: Six months away and enjoying every minute of it, though being dropped from the England side still rankles

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    Why England's decision to tour Bangladesh is right

David Hopps: Every player has the right to decide for himself, but so also, the ECB needs to show a clear duty of care

    'A good spinner needs to attack and hold at the same time'

Ashley Giles talks about developing young slow bowlers, and intervention v self-learning

    Catch-less Amir, and the Florida biggie

Ask Steven: Playing for three countries, winning from 26 for 5, and players born in the Middle East

Cricket through a baseball lens

Peter Della Penna on how a team from MLB Advanced Media are looking at how they can develop new statistics to analyse performance in cricket

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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'I don't think the selectors handled my exit properly'

Shivnarine Chanderpaul, now preparing for a second career in coaching, on not getting the farewell he thought he deserved

Lauderhill prepares for cricket's big boys

This is the first time India are officially visiting the USA, and the excitement among their local fans is tangible - even if match tickets are stiffly priced

Dhoni struggles to bring method to T20's madness

A refusal to play low-percentage cricket is a major ingredient in MS Dhoni's success as an ODI finisher, but that approach is no longer fetching results in T20

Ashwin's rare double, and stellar comebacks for Shami, Bhuvneshwar

India's marks out of ten after they beat West Indies 2-0 on their Caribbean tour

Analysing cricket through a baseball lens

A team from MLB Advanced Media are looking at how they can develop new statistics to analyse performance in cricket

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