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Ian Chappell

'Taking wickets should be a captain's top priority'

May 13, 2010: Ian Chappell, among the most respected of Australian captains, talks about where modern captains have their priorities skewed, leadership in general, and why he won't be writing a book on the subject

Interview by Harsha Bhogle

Steve Waugh

'I'd have loved to play day-night Tests'

Apr 5, 2010: Steve Waugh talks about Australia's next generation, tweaking the rules of one-day cricket, the "gritty" tag, and his philanthropic work

Interview by Harsha Bhogle

Kumar Sangakkara

'I want to score 30 Test hundreds'

Mar 11, 2010: Kumar Sangakkara talks about ambitions, captaincy, the roles he juggles in the team, the future of Test cricket, and what he plans to do after retirement

Interview by Harsha Bhogle

VVS Laxman

'Quite tough to be a Test specialist'

Feb 2, 2010: In the first of a monthly series, Harsha Bhogle interviews VVS Laxman on the value of Test cricket, the quality of domestic cricket in India and England, his favourite shot and more

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On tour in the UK, Firdose Moonda witnesses a fine comeback, visits the country's oldest pub, and squeezes in some yoga lessons

The hinterland of 40

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Who's next, as England attempt to solve batting woes?

England will need at least one new face in the batting line-up for the third Test against South Africa after Gary Ballance suffered a broken finger

Aye aye captain

Some familiar quibbles and feature deficiencies aside, Cricket Captain remains cricket's foremost management and simulation game

India respond to captain Raj's rallying call

India began their Women's World Cup campaign in Derby in style. On Saturday, they kept their tournament alive at the same venue with an even more heartening performance

Amla eases through gears past to inspire South Africa

He may have failed to reach the hundred that was his for the taking but there were shades of Hashim Amla's greatness on display at Trent Bridge

'There is still a lot of life in Chris Gayle'

Is the Universe Boss ready to hang up his boots? Not quite - poor year or not

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