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Who's the next-best batsman after Bradman?

Apr 1, 2013: We all know who the greatest batsman of them all is, but who's second in line?

The best after the Don? That's a toughie

Mar 18, 2013: Introducing the next theme in our series: the second-finest batsman ever (after you know who)

Mark Nicholas

What is the most influential innovation in cricket?

Mar 11, 2013: Accidental or intentional, departures from the norm often aid the evolution of a sport. Five writers pick their top innovations in cricket

Which is the best ground to watch cricket in?

Dec 17, 2012: There are pretty grounds, historic grounds, grounds that ooze atmosphere, and those that make you feel like you're in the Colosseum. Five writers choose their favourites

Which are the finest cricket books?

Oct 8, 2012: Cricket probably boasts the best writing in all sport. We asked five writers to pick the cricket books they love most

What's the best sight in cricket?

Sep 3, 2012: All spectator sports are meant to provide spectacles, but cricket arguably presents the biggest variety. Five writers choose their favourite sights in the game

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Zip, zap, boom

Pakistan's first series win in England came via an innings victory at Headingley, where Imran Khan took ten wickets
The Cricket Monthly May issue

Would we still watch if the game was made more bowler-friendly?

Ahmer Naqvi: What if the laws were tweaked to favour bowlers rather than batsmen?

    'Aggression is about being able to bowl 90mph for a whole day'

Morne Morkel talks about his 'nice' reputation, partnering Dale Steyn, and learning to deal with bad days

    'Spinners are the artful side of the game'

Sulieman Benn rates his team-mates on dancing, dress sense, and football skills

What Cozier meant to me

Samir Chopra: When you thought of West Indies cricket in the 1980s, his name was up there with those of Lloyd, Roberts, Marshall, Holding and the rest

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