Regulars

Denesh Ramdin celebrates his third Test hundred

Can keep, can bat

Numbers Game: The modern wicketkeeper needs to be more than capable with the bat, and West Indies and Pakistan have had some success with them recently

Mahela Jayawardene is thrilled after scoring his seventh double-century

Starting and ending with half-centuries, and 99 on debut

Ask Steven: Also, run out for a duck on debut, most Test wickets against Pakistan, and 40-year-old captains

Joe Root completes his first Ashes hundred

They did a number on us

ESPNcricinfo XI: A look at some of the more exotic statistics from the England-India series

Rangana Herath appeals for a wicket

From support act to lead role

Numbers Game: Over the last four years, Rangana Herath has become Sri Lanka's strike bowler

Ian Botham enters the pavilion with a stump as a souvenir

On This Day

'Make mine a double'

August 30: Botham becomes the fastest to get 1000 Test runs and 100 wickets

Review

Imran Khan delivers his victory speech

The many stories of Pakistan cricket

Wounded Tiger is a balanced account of the country's chaotic and misunderstood cricketing history

Highlights

Why baseball trumps cricket at the movies

Rob Steen: Baseball movies are more ambitious and unabashedly American - always a draw at the box office

'I probably undersold myself as a batsman'

Derek Pringle on his unfulfilled international career, the 1992 World Cup final, cricket journalism, and more

'I wouldn't set up a batsman by giving runs away'

Glenn McGrath on the method behind his metronomic consistency, and why aggression isn't about sledging

Opinion

A no-ball twice cost Kemar Roach the wicket of Alastair Cook

We need sophisticated technology to deal with chucking

Darren Berry: Still images and slow-motion replays are more effective than lab testing

Kane Williamson acknowledges his third Test century

Test cricket's young Fab Four

Martin Crowe: Kohli, Root, Smith and Williamson will take turns as the No. 1 Test batsman. So far each has shown only one technical weakness

Graeme Pollock player portrait

The mighty Mr Pollock

Mark Nicholas on Graeme Pollock, a man who has been among the finest players from his country, and on the world stage

Kevin Pietersen didn't last long on his Test return

What if Pietersen had played for England this summer?

Ed Smith: Would he have fared better than the incumbent middle-order batsmen, Root and Ballance?