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Freelance writer, author of The Spirit of Cricket
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Time to pension off the seniors?

Jul 24, 2014: If England are going to win nothing, history suggests it might be worth their while to win nothing with kids

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The joy of selection roulette

Jun 10, 2014: The build-up to the Sri Lanka series has recalled the bad old days of inconsistent England selection - and provided some fantasy for fans once again

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Eoin Morgan's time is here

Jan 24, 2014: England are in a position where failure is nothing to be afraid of and they must realise his potential impact as an aggressor in the middle order

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The cult of Flower?

Nov 18, 2013: England's coach is so influential, you have to wonder if he has brought the role of football's all-powerful manager to cricket

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Broad's mighty challenge

Nov 8, 2013: Few England players in the modern era have been booed to the extent Broad will be. Will he rise to the occasion?

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'You have to be mad to be a fast bowler'

The Cricket Monthly: Who would know better than the maddest, baddest, fastest one of them all, Shoaib Akhtar
TCM April issue

    The legspinner who never bowled

Greg Loveridge broke a knuckle in his first Test for New Zealand and didn't play another. He's now among the country's wealthiest people. By Brydon Coverdale

Pakistan's vicious circle of failure

Hassan Cheema:Their ODI series loss to Bangladesh highlights several failings - the biggest being that man for man their best XI was a lesser team

    Bouncier pitches will boost West Indies

Tony Cozier: New Zealand became a better Test side thanks to livelier surfaces at home. West Indies can follow their lead

Comebacks from hopeless second-innings situations

Anantha Narayanan: A look at the best of the come-from-behind wins in Tests, and a letter to Don Bradman

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'I've never seen myself as anybody famous'

Dale Steyn on relationships, his beard, how growing up in the bush shaped him, and what attracted him to fast bowling

Where has Pakistan's aggression gone?

Attacking play - particularly bowling - has been the team's hallmark down the decades, but not anymore it would seem

Azhar Ali needs time to move out of Misbah's shadow

Azhar Ali's early steps in captaincy will be analysed extensively but he needs time to step out of the large shadows of Misbah-ul-Haq and Shahid Afridi

The IPL 2015's support staff XI

We thought it would be a fun exercise to pick a dream XI from the support staff on duty with the IPL franchises this season. The only rule: everyone on the team should have played international cricket. Here goes ...

Jesse Ryder's suburban fairy tale

For New Zealand's wild child, there is probably no better place than county cricket right now

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