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You need to work harder and smarter, Pakistan

Dec 25, 2016: If they want to be No. 1 again, they need to stop going into series so undercooked

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Bangladesh's extraordinary 16 years in Test cricket

Nov 3, 2016: There's a case for saying they've underperformed, but considering where they started, and how long it takes to grow in cricket, their achievement is spectacular

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We need to talk about bouncers

Oct 19, 2016: What we needed from the Phillip Hughes inquest was a serious discussion on how to make our game, where 90mph bowlers are now the norm, safer

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Saeed Ajmal won't stop fighting

Sep 22, 2016: He's no longer the dangerous bowler he was at the height of his powers, but he hasn't given up just yet

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England v Pakistan, 4th Test, The Oval, 4th day

Yasir fight embodies Pakistan's rise

Aug 14, 2016: Nothing in Pakistan cricket comes easily, as Yasir's experience in England has shown, but this was their moment to savour

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England v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Old Trafford, 4th day

What a difference a game makes

Jul 25, 2016: Most things went right for Pakistan in victory at Lord's. In the second Test, most did not

Jarrod Kimber at Old Trafford

England v Sri Lanka, 3rd Test, Lord's, 5th day

Facts conspire against Sri Lanka

Jun 13, 2016: Some may believe they were victims of misfortune but the truth is Sri Lanka's defeat was at least partly self-inflicted, not the result of a conspiracy

Jarrod Kimber at Lord's

England v Sri Lanka, 3rd Test, Lord's, 4th day

A not-quite-perfect special-sort-of day

Jun 12, 2016: Amid the rainfall and the disappointment of seeing Alex Hales miss out on a maiden Test hundred, there was still a bit of the Lord's magic

Jarrod Kimber at Lord's

How Carlos Brathwaite became a star

Apr 14, 2016: He wanted to be able to do what his team wanted him to do. At the World T20 final, that meant backing himself to hit the sixes he had practised all tournament

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What's worked in this World T20?

Apr 2, 2016: Yorkers made a comeback, pure batsmen largely trumped hitters, and the myth of the par score was busted

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A team of 11 Afridis

Mar 31, 2016: Afghanistan are a side who identify with their Pashtun brother in heart, mind and cricket

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Why isn't T20 taken seriously?

Feb 29, 2016: Dismiss it as cricketainment all you like but T20 is cricket. That is a fact that isn't acknowledged and respected enough

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South Africa: giants without laurels

Jan 25, 2016: Their dominance overseas for a decade ranks among the most impressive in cricket history. So why haven't they been feted like history's other great teams?

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How Younis endures through the turmoil

Oct 30, 2015: The tireless regularity of Younis Khan's run-scoring has provided Pakistan with a sense of certainty, something that the nation has lacked for a very long time

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The watchers watched

Sep 21, 2015: A day spent at the Kia Oval, sampling the habits and conversations of the men and women who make up the average County Championship crowd

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England v Australia, 5th Investec Test, The Oval, 4th day

Job done for captain Cook

Aug 23, 2015: Alastair Cook has worked hard for everything he has achieved as a batsman and England captain. Why? Because being a success is his reason for being

Jarrod Kimber at The Oval

England v Australia, 4th Investec Test, Trent Bridge, 3rd day

Michael Clarke: a battle for greatness and love

Aug 8, 2015: He spent his career trying to win hearts and minds, as well as cricket matches. He could hardly have done more, but the whispers never disappeared

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England v Australia, 4th Investec Test, Trent Bridge, 1st day

Australia's 93-minute video nasty

Aug 6, 2015: This was horror show of Australia's own making and it left Michael Clarke looking like a haunted man

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England v Australia, 3rd Investec Test, Edgbaston, 3rd day

England reawaken Australia's demons

Jul 31, 2015: In a series of remarkable swings nothing is certain, but Australia are facing some familiar foes as they attempt to recover from their Edgbaston thrashing

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England v Australia, 3rd Investec Test, Edgbaston, 1st day

Australia encounter the real England at last

Jul 29, 2015: They came, they saw, they screamed. After two Tests at neutral venues, England's fans and conditions have finally come to the Ashes. And Australia were unprepared

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