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West Indies v India, tri-series, Port-of-Spain
Jul 6, 2013: On the face of it Bhuvneshwar Kumar has no quality that's likely to catch a layman's fancy. But face him with a bat in hand and you'll know his worth
Jun 20, 2013: India's batsmen will need to find a way to overcome Sri Lanka's most potent weapon
Jun 13, 2013: It's early summer - isn't the ball supposed to dart around corners?
May 3, 2013: As the game proceeds at breakneck speed around him, his ingenious use of resources often catches the eye
Apr 27, 2013: Mission impossible? Not quite
Apr 13, 2013: How does the KKR offspinner continue to bamboozle batsmen? Because he knows when to bowl what
Mar 7, 2013: They have had it stacked against them but props to them for evolving and keeping their art valid
Feb 28, 2013: How has South Africa's captain lasted so long with a technique that shouldn't work in Test cricket?
Feb 11, 2013: The fast bowlers who form South Africa's attack are all right-armers, but each poses a different challenge to the batsman
Dec 13, 2012: A look at why Panesar and Swann have outbowled Ojha and Ashwin in India
Dec 10, 2012: Playing reverse swing is as much of an art as any other in cricket
Nov 22, 2012: England's bowlers need to be more aware of the lines they bowl at different stages of an innings in India
Nov 14, 2012: In Test cricket he needs to find a way of controlling instincts that have been successful for him in the limited-overs game
Nov 12, 2012: He needs to remember, when he gets to 30 or 40, that he isn't playing like he used to
Oct 3, 2012: His ability to get down and under the ball has been key to his success on the subcontinent
Sep 27, 2012: He isn't making it talk like he used to in his heyday. Is poor fitness to blame?
Sep 13, 2012: His numbers are phenomenal, and that's thanks largely to his ability to make a plan and stick to it
India v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Bangalore, 3rd day
Sep 2, 2012: Using his height, action and intelligence, Tim Southee has set himself to become New Zealand's long-term leader of the pace pack
Aug 29, 2012: A quick course on playing spin in the subcontinent
Aug 21, 2012: You could marvel at VVS Laxman's unorthodox style as long as you didn't try it at home
It is a question that has mystified teams of late, but Andy Zaltzman has the answer
Nicholas Hogg: The losing team has much to ponder over the what-could-have-beens in close matches; in a one-sided game, the past is put to rest quickly
The Cricket Monthly: Of the four men sent to prison in 2011, Mazhar Majeed's story was the one nobody heard
Jarrod Kimber: Four years ago, he helicoptered India to World Cup glory. In Sydney, he was scratching around at barely a run a ball, almost as if he had given up himself
Russell Jackson: It's hard for us to shake doubt about why what we're seeing with our eyes differs significantly from the reading of a computer
Over the last few months, he has slowly moved from a flashy finisher, to a more measured risk manager
It was Grant Elliott and New Zealand's time in Auckland. Not South Africa's. But the Proteas will leave this tournament wondering when that will ever change. Maybe next time.