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July 1 down the years

A modern classic

England beat West Indies by a whisker

July 2 down the years

All out for 25

Ireland down West Indies

July 3 down the years

The master bowler

New Zealand's finest cricketer is born

July 4 down the years

The mighty metronome

One of England's greatest post-war bowlers is born

July 5 down the years

He should have been a paceman

A controversial slow-left armer

July 6 down the years

Makhaya makes his entry

And goes on to play a 100 Tests

July 7 down the years

An audacious Indian

MS Dhoni is born

July 8 down the years

A princely entrance

One of India's finest captains is born

July 9 down the years

Edrich's epoch

An epic in Leeds

July 10 down the years

Sunny days are here

A genius with immaculate technique and unending powers of concentration

July 11 down the years

Cowdrey's crowning glory

MCC's special hundred

July 12 down the years

Zero sum

Goochie gets a pair of glasses

July 13 down the years

The Yuvi-Kaif show

India's second great Lord's heist

July 14 down the years

England edge a thriller

The Ashes get off to a screamer

July 15 down the years

Fagg's unique double-hundreds

Two doubles in a first-class match

July 16 down the years

The real deal

Jack of all trades

July 17 down the years

Perfection in gauntlets

A keeper to keep

July 18 down the years

The most famous beard in sport

The good doctor makes an entrance

July 19 down the years

A rare old day

Fred tucks into India... again

July 20 down the years

Botham's day

Beefy turns it on

July 21 down the years

The man who made batting look easy

A South African legend is born

July 22 down the years

Death of a Bodyline bowler

Larwood's last goodbye

July 23 down the years

If at first you don't succeed...

One of England's finest batsmen is born

July 24 down the years

A stylist in glasses

The birth of Zed

July 25 down the years

Test cricket turns 2000

A match full of milestones

July 26 down the years

Immovable object, irresistible force

Athers and White Lightning face off

July 27 down the years

A true competitor

Captain Grumpy is born

July 28 down the years

A colossus with bad knees

Birth of surely the greatest allrounder in cricket history

July 29 down the years

And they went on and on

The highest Test partnership for any wicket

July 30 down the years

Jimmy finds his mojo

Birth of England fast bowler James Anderson

July 31 down the years

Laker's match

Australia v the unstoppable force

    Three questions for cricket

Ian Chappell: Do fast bowlers need verbal fisticuffs to generate aggression? Is surpassing 100 mph even possible?

    Timeless tales breathe life into Wisden India Almanack

Review: The 2015 edition hits the spot with its feature writing, but the reporting of the major events is a mixed bag

    England's swinging shooting star

Mark Nicholas: The boy from Burnley with magic in his wrist has surpassed all before him - we may be able to enjoy his skills for a few more years

ICC probe a challenge for SLC's clean-up act

Andrew Fidel Fernando: The decision to look into government interference in the board may have come at a time when there are signs of positive change

The wrecking ball and the subtle knife

Jon Hotten: Ian Botham and James Anderson, England's leading wicket-takers, couldn't be more different from each other

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The McCullum mystery in the IPL

Brendon McCullum has started the 2015 IPL in fine style, but his numbers in the previous seven seasons aren't consistent with his obvious attacking skills and talent

'I still have to contribute to keep my place in the ODI side'

Azhar Ali looks ahead to his new role as Pakistan's ODI captain, talks about his leadership style and adjusting to the format

England's swinging shooting star

The boy from Burnley with magic in his wrist has surpassed all before him - with luck we will be able to enjoy his skill and application for a few more years yet

Most maidens in a Test, and Australia's oldest players

Plus, MS Dhoni in chases, and most Test runs against England

Mumbai lose Rohit in translation

The modern tactic is to hold the big hitter back in T20s, but Rohit Sharma is much more than that and using him at No. 4 means he has to play a game he is no longer used to

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