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What England needn't learn from Australia

Hubris and humiliation

Sep 13, 2005: The main casualty this summer might be less Australia's position at the top than a few fundamentals that sustained them there so far

Anil Nair

Paradigm shift in the Caribbean

Skimpy skirts, sponsors and over-arm bowling

Sep 6, 2005: Despite a certain paternalism at work, a slow but sure paradigm shift is occurring in West Indies women's cricket

Vaneisa Baksh

Bangladesh in Sri Lanka, 2005

Murali's clone, and the sweet feeling of respect

Aug 23, 2005: Bangladesh prepare for the tour of Sri Lanka later this month

Rabeed Imam

Round the World

Too many questions for comfort

Aug 16, 2005: For too many reasons to mention, the whole thing just doesn't feel right, says Neil Manthorp on the Afro-Asian Cup

Neil Manthorp

Time for action over Zimbabwe's on-field performances

How much longer must this go on?

Aug 9, 2005: Unless the authorities act soon, the future of cricket in Zimbabwe is being endangered by their refusal to realise that the current situation cannot continue

Martin Williamson

Extending cricket beyond its natural borders

Club cricket's international future

Aug 2, 2005: Two new tournaments are preparing for their first airing this week

Andrew Miller

The aftermath of the ICC Trophy victory

Scotland's struggle for recognition

Jul 26, 2005: Scotland's victory in the recent ICC Trophy secured them a place at the 2007 World Cup

Neil Drysdale

The aftermath of Bangladesh's tour of England

Facing the future with new confidence

Jul 19, 2005: Some things have definitely changed since Bangladesh's unforgettable day at Cardiff on June 18

Rabeed Imam

The Ganguly issue

The Indian board's no-ball

Jul 5, 2005: The International Cricket Council will reopen a case that should have been comprehensively decided more than two months ago

Anand Vasu

The aftermath of Bangladesh's victory

When the whipping-boys hit back

Jun 21, 2005: A patch of green in Wales is the venue where a nation overcame enormous odds and the sneering pessimism of many

Dileep Premachandran

The aftermath of Bangladesh's victory

When the whipping-boys hit back

Jun 21, 2005: A patch of green in Wales is the venue where a nation overcame enormous odds and the sneering pessimism of many

Dileep Premachandran

Twenty20 cricket

A game for the here and now

Jun 14, 2005: Only time will tell whether Monday night was a performance out of the ordinary from a pumped-up England, or a fatal flaw in the seemingly endless allure of Twenty20 cricket

Andrew Miller

More legal disputes looming

The battle for the ashes of American cricket

Jun 1, 2005: A new battle has broken out inside cricket in the USA

Martin Williamson

ICC's attempts to reform the one-day game

A step in the right direction

May 24, 2005: A few months ago, Cricinfo received feedback over how to make the one-day game more interesting. Some seemed viable, and many were radical. But nearly every one of them agreed that the game needed to be changed in some way. The question was, how?

Rahul Bhatia

The fallout of the racism allegations

A sorry saga

May 16, 2005: The fallout of racial slurs

Neil Manthorp

Bangladesh in England 2005

Bashar embraces his mission improbable

May 10, 2005: Bangladesh's captain is ready for the England series

Rabeed Imam

Twenty20 in Pakistan

The real showpiece

May 3, 2005: Twenty-20 has found a spiritual home in Pakistan, says Osman Samiuddin

Osman Samiuddin

Cricket and politics

Inzamam's win, Dravid's victory

Apr 26, 2005: Diplomacy has been largely in the realm of politicians, but Rahul Dravid took it upon himself to strengthen ties a few weeks ago

Kamran Abbasi

South Africa's latest record-breaker

Ntini's eyes tell of his passion

Apr 19, 2005: Makhaya Ntini's voice crackles from the boundary like a loose connection spitting with renegade volts, and his eyes are barbed beams of passion. He is energy itself dressed in increasingly undone whites. Damn fool needs to be told when he's tired, because

Telford Vice

Round the World

Lara's Saturday of brilliant sunshine

Apr 12, 2005: On this Saturday of brilliant sunshine, a fire raged through the downtown shopping centre of Port of Spain

Vaneisa Baksh
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The Cricket Monthly September issue

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When Jonathan Trott walked off the field in Barbados, both he and the crowd knew it would be for the final time

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Max Walker put people at ease with his cheerful disposition, self-deprecating humour, and generosity. By Brydon Coverdale

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Jon Hotten: At Lord's we saw three in-between scores of the sort that are as likely to annoy the selectors as excite them

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Left-arm quick, right-arm quicker

Lahore Qalandars have unearthed a truly unique prospect in Yasir Jan, an ambidextrous quick who can generate serious pace with both arms

India's unbeaten streak and Santner's double

Stats highlights from the first Test between India and New Zealand in Kanpur

Ravindra Jadeja, maker of differences

A 41-run stand for the last wicket, and three tail-end wickets in one over. That is the very definition of "crucial" in a low-scoring contest

The debate about Pujara's strike-rate

Cheteshwar Pujara's strike rate has been a worry over the last 30 months, but much of it is to do with his inability to score against pace when playing overseas

Ashwin to 200: five Tests quicker than Muralitharan

R Ashwin has taken fewer deliveries than any other spinner to take 200 Test wickets. That and more numbers on his landmark

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