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Dilip Sardesai spoke to Wisden Asia Cricket in 2003

'I was a defensive batsman on captain's orders'

Jun 28, 2007: Dilip Sardesai gets candid as he speaks to Wisden Asia Cricket

Bob Woolmer speaks freely on coaching, August 2004

'The fun is trying to be one up on everyone else'

Mar 19, 2007: Bob Woolmer spoke to Chandrahas Choudhury back in August 2004 in an interview for Wisden Asia Cricket

Chandrahas Choudhury

Virender Sehwag on Rahul Dravid

He's all about balance

Mar 17, 2006: Virender Sehwag on why he thinks Rahul Dravid is the perfect cricketer

Virender Sehwag

The BCCI elections 2004

The 2004 BCCI election fracas

Sep 21, 2005: How Ranbir Singh Mahendra was elected BCCI president in 2004

Ashok Malik

Glenn McGrath's 500th Test wicket

“Batsmen would be disappointed if I took it easy on them”

Jul 21, 2005: Interview with Glenn McGrath

Dileep Premachandran

Country boy who became a colossus

Inside the machine

Jul 21, 2005: Peter Roebuck dissects - and appreciates - Glenn McGrath's bowling

Peter Roebuck

The history of mental disintegration

Battles lost upstairs

Jul 20, 2005: When it comes to England v Australia, the most important battles are in the mind

Gideon Haigh

July 2005

What's in the latest issue of Wisden Asia Cricket

Jul 10, 2005: It's England v Australia again. Only this time England actually have a chance, or so the form sheet says

Lambie and I

Jul 1, 2005: In which an unhealthy obsession with "Limmie" is confessed

Lawrence Booth

June 2005: Features

Cherry pickin'

Jun 1, 2005: Wisden Asia Cricket ventures to Meerut and finds out how lumps of cork-rubber and leather strips are converted into Test-cricket balls

How is a lump of cork rubber is transformed into a shiny red cricket ball? Rahul Bhatia went to Meerut to find out

June 2005

What's in the latest issue of Wisden Asia Cricket

Jun 1, 2005: After four eventful, successful years as coach of India, John Wright packed his bags this April

May 2004

What's in the latest issue of Wisden Asia Cricket

May 4, 2005: The time has come for India to look beyond Sourav Ganguly and move ahead

April 2005

All for one

Apr 28, 2005: Chandrahas Choudhury rounds up the best single-takers in the business

Chandrahas Choudhury

Wisden Asia Cricket, April 2005

Who will be India's next coach?

Apr 8, 2005: The end of this month will possibly also see the end of the John Wright era in Indian cricket

Chandrahas Choudhury

Wisden Asia Cricket, April 2005

The Sehwag effect

Apr 5, 2005: In this article, which first appeared in the April 2005 issue of Wisden Asia Cricket, Rahul Bhattacharya examines the impact that Virender Sehwag's berserker pace has on his team-mates and their batting

Rahul Bhattacharya

April 2005

What's in the latest issue of Wisden Asia Cricket

Apr 4, 2005: Everything's hunky dory when Virender Sehwag is at the crease and blasting, but what does it all mean for India as a side

Sourav Ganguly speaks

'The last two years have been a big learning experience'

Apr 1, 2005: Sourav Ganguly feels that the Indian team has built up considerable momentum in the recent months and was happy with the way the batting had picked up after the forgettable series against Australia late last year

Vikrant Gupta

The importance of the 11th-hour in Indian cricket

The last minute

Mar 5, 2005: There is only one kind of minute in our cricket; the last one

Harsha Bhogle

Sourav Ganguly speaks

'The last two years have been a big learning experience'

Mar 1, 2005: Sourav Ganguly feels that the Indian team has built up considerable momentum in the recent months and was happy with the way the batting had picked up after the forgettable series against Australia late last year

Vikrant Gupta

March 2005

The return of Zak

Feb 24, 2005: He came, saw, conquered, went off injured, came back, hobbled off

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    A shifty little thing called momentum

Simon Barnes: How much truth is there in the notion that it rests with the team fresh off a victory?

Is sporting fandom a set of rituals or a relationship?

Ahmer Naqvi: Do you have to be obsessive in your love for the game to qualify as a true fan?

England reawaken Australia's demons

Jarrod Kimber: Australia are facing some familiar foes as they attempt to recover from their Edgbaston thrashing

    'We experienced what Barack Obama might go through'

Zimbabwe coach Dav Whatmore on the surreal and moving experience of being the first Full Member team to tour Pakistan in six years

Another T20 bash, another T&T win

Business as usual? Yes, but this year's tournament had other stories too - not all of them positive. By Colin Benjamin

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Cricket in colour - What's your favourite team kit?

Papua New Guinea's attractive team kit at the World T20 Qualifier, cool cap included, caught our attention. What's your favourite of them all?

4391 runs after 35, and 2354 outside top five

On Sunday, Tillakaratne Dilshan became the 11th batsman to score 10,000-plus ODI runs. Here are the key numbers from his ODI career

Australia's soft centre exposed

The failure of anyone other than Chris Rogers to cope with the conditions at Edgbaston was another worrying sign of Australian fallibility abroad

Succession issues prompt hard questions

Australia's selectors and management have been accused of being too harsh on Brad Haddin but the team's horrible display at Edgbaston suggests that they may actually have been too lenient, and not just on him

Mustafizur and the art of the cutter

What makes this innocuous-seeming bowler so difficult to handle?

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    Succession issues prompt hard questions (73)

    Australia's selectors and management have been accused of being too harsh on Brad Haddin but the team's horrible display at Edgbaston suggests that they may actually have been too lenient, and not just on him

    Mustafizur and the art of the cutter (69)

    What makes this innocuous-seeming bowler so difficult to handle?

    Buoyant England face tricky decisions (61)

    England's selectors can reflect proudly on their decisions for the Edgbaston Test, but they will really earn their money in deciding who replaces James Anderson and what to do about an opener

    Be alarmed, be very alarmed (59)

    Death of a Gentleman exposes how neo-liberal economics threatens the game, while also hinting at worse lying beneath the surface, leaving you feeling disillusioned and angry

    Small moments, big problems for Australia (58)

    Why was it that Australia put in such a hazy performance in a match that mattered so much? Of the two teams they are the more experienced, the more used to winning and entering this week the more confident