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Four Sri Lankan masters

Jun 28, 2014: From Mendis to Sangakkara, a look at a few iconic batsmen who shaped Sri Lanka's cricket

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The stars of Kathiawar

Nov 30, 2013: In all the talk of Bombay's credentials as a historical stronghold of Indian cricket, a region to the north gets overlooked

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The serpent in the garden

Jun 1, 2013: The IPL is representative of the worst sides of Indian capitalism and Indian society

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Why Tendulkar must retire now

Mar 24, 2013: Like the other great Bombay batsmen of the past, he should time his exit right. It can't get better than ending with a series against Australia

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Memories of Virender

Mar 20, 2013: Now that his best is likely behind him, let us look back on some Sehwag classics

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A case for the Amarnath-Kardar Trophy

Jan 20, 2013: The historically minded will love it if the captains of the first Indo-Pak contests were to be honoured so, but what about younger, more modern fans?

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What trophy should India and Pakistan play for?

Jan 9, 2013: How about naming it after a man who has defined the cricket played between the two sides?

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Jacques Kallis, MVP

Dec 15, 2012: One man stands head and shoulders above the rest when it comes to nominating cricket's most valuable current player

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My Azhar and my Solkar long ago

Sep 22, 2012: In which the writer doffs his hat to some great Indian fielders he has watched

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The joy of Sachin

Sep 8, 2012: For what Sachin Tendulkar has given me over the years, I remain deeply, profoundly, grateful. Those calling for his retirement should be too

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The other side of Merchant

Nov 26, 2011: Mumbai has produced more great batsmen than any other city in the world. You could argue which one was the best bat, but there's no debate about the best man

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The strange silence of Gavaskar and Shastri

Aug 14, 2011: Why have these two stalwarts of Indian cricket never spoken out about the damage the IPL has done to the country's Test team?

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Daniel Vettori, Mr Spirit of Cricket

Brydon Coverdale on Daniel Vettori, a fierce competitor yet unfailingly polite, a man with no equal for understated brilliance

    Clarke's fairy tale

Mark Nicholas: The last few days have been about being loved at last for Australia's World Cup-winning captain

    Farewell ODI tons, and highest in a semi

Ask Steven: Plus, players who signed off with World Cup finals, and Sydney's ODI record

Awesome Aussies, nice New Zealand, and a Big Brother house

ESPNcricinfo's staff on tour pick their lasting memories of the World Cup

Fifty-over cricket, I was wrong

Jon Hotten: This World Cup gave us driven, vibrant, electric ODI cricket, played at the limit of current ability, and it was magnificent

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Wet weather dulls India's threat perception

The SCG might be India's preferred semi-final venue at this World Cup, but persistent rain in the lead-up has left them worried their spinners may not get the help they are widely expected to

The battle of the bullies

This contest brings together a belligerent bunch of brats and braggers from two countries that are so different, yet share rampant egotism and a high opinion of themselves

Dhoni masters numbers game to crack ODI code

Over the last few months, he has slowly moved from a flashy finisher, to a more measured risk manager

Time slips by South Africa once again

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.

Triumph and disaster in an unforgiving minute

The difference between New Zealand and South Africa in Auckland was a matter of moments: fleeting minutes that laid bare the fickle beauty and cruelty of sport

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