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'As a kid, I was giving throwdowns to Lara, Chanderpaul and Hooper'

May 15, 2017: Chris Jordan remembers his Barbados days, and rates the England players' football skills

Interview by Arun Venugopal

'My left foot is bigger than my right foot'

May 7, 2017: And other surprising facts about David Miller, revealed by the man himself

Interview by Shashank Kishore

'Call me an allrounder when I'm not frightened of anything over 70mph'

Dec 14, 2016: Mark Wood names and shames the worst dancer, slowest runners and sloppiest dressers in the England team

Interview by Jack Wilson

'I'd be a pro golfer if not a cricketer'

Jul 6, 2016: Marcus Trescothick on alternative careers, his only Test wicket, and the hardest bowlers to face

Interview by Jack Wilson

'I'd love to get into psychology when I finish playing'

Jun 25, 2016: Farhaan Behardien on why he's called Fudgie, and the friends he made during the IPL

Interview by Arun Venugopal

Suzie Bates

'Women's cricket could be as big as the men's in a decade'

Jun 9, 2016: New Zealand women's captain Suzie Bates runs the rule over her team-mates, and talks favourites

Interview by Jack Wilson

'Spinners are the artful side of the game'

May 24, 2016: Sulieman Benn rates his team-mates on dancing, dress sense, football skills and more

Interview by Jack Wilson

'I think I'm a better fisherman than Steyn and Morkel'

May 21, 2016: South African fast bowler Kyle Abbott brags about his angling skills, and confesses to bullying Australians in the Kings XI dressing room

Interview by Arun Venugopal

'Ketchup in the cupboard? That's nuts'

May 8, 2016: England batsman Jason Roy talks about his favourite meat, the England players' football and dancing skills, and more

Interview by Jack Wilson

'I'm the laziest trainer'

Apr 24, 2016: Former New Zealand offspinner Jeetan Patel talks about his career highlights, his Warwickshire team-mates, and the best ball he has bowled

Interview by Jack Wilson

'I'm the best dancer in the side'

Mar 20, 2016: Who's got the moves? DJ Bravo, that's who

Interview by Arun Venugopal

'I'm posh, driven and good fun'

Jan 7, 2016: Wicketkeeper Sam Billings talks about hair care, his golf handicap, and his biggest six

Interview by Jack Wilson

'My teacher saw me bowl and wanted me to throw the javelin'

Dec 7, 2015: Fidel Edwards talks about his bowling action, why he loves South Africa, and gives us the lowdown on his namesake Kirk

Interview by Jack Wilson

'Around famous people, I get squealy like a teenage girl'

Jul 19, 2015: New Zealand allrounder Sophie Devine on what she'd say to Roger Federer, and being a neat freak among messy team-mates

Interview by Vishal Dikshit

'Bloody hell, I must be old'

Jul 3, 2015: England allrounder Ravi Bopara on being awarded a benefit year by Essex, his autographing ethics, and putting up with Jonathan Trott's velcro-heavy superstitions

Interview by Jack Wilson

'If you give up hope you should give up playing'

Jul 1, 2015: Australian seamer Clint McKay on his cricket and surfing ambitions, James Faulkner's fashion sense, and Rob Quiney's lack thereof

Interview by Jack Wilson

'I have unfinished business'

Jun 13, 2015: South African bowler Rory Kleinveldt on his dream slip cordon, favourite cricketing destination, and must-have hotel-room amenity

Interview by Jack Wilson

'If I wrote a book I'd call it Mind the Windows'

May 28, 2015: Tino Best talks about banter with Flintoff, wild celebrations, and why his Test-highest 95 is not his No. 1 achievement

Interview by Jack Wilson

'I've been a bit of a T20 pioneer'

May 18, 2015: Brad Hodge on the difficulty of sledging opponents you're friends with, being an old-timer, and losing his pants on the field

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'I'd love to have been Brian Lara'

May 8, 2015: South African batsman Colin Ingram on his international career, fishing as a sport, and why he's called Mop and Bozie

Interview by Jack Wilson
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