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'Nobody in the world objected to Dickie Bird'
Feb 26, 2010:
The former English umpire on his relationship with lbws, the best players he saw, the use of technology and more
'Dot-ball cricket is hurting spin'
Feb 1, 2010:
Terry Jenner on the importance of the stock ball, getting the flipper right, why Australia are yet to produce a spinner of Shane Warne's calibre, and more
'We need to bring context to Tests'
Jan 10, 2010:
The ICC's chief executive answers questions on the viability of three formats, Bangladesh's Test future and the best compliment he's received
'You need to be prepared to get hurt'
Dec 21, 2009:
Mohammad Kaif talks about the art of good fielding, his best ODI innings, his heroes, and his terrible slip-catching technique
'The dot ball has become too important'
Dec 2, 2009:
Bishan Bedi answers readers' questions about the decline in Indian spin bowling, the time he felt helpless, and whether a doosra can ever be legit
'Gavaskar was better than Boycott'
Nov 8, 2009:
What's the matter with West Indies cricket? How far ahead do you need to plan a dismissal? Andy Roberts answers these questions and more from Cricinfo readers
'I'm aiming for 600 Test wickets'
Oct 15, 2009:
India's leading current bowler answers readers' questions on the toughest batsmen to bowl to, his best Test batting performance, the art of the doosra and more
'ODIs should be 40 overs a side'
Sep 24, 2009:
The South Africa coach talks about his side's big-match record, beating Australia, AB's captaincy chances, Test cricket at night and a fine song about himself
'People are surprised how good women's cricket is'
Jun 21, 2009:
The departing Australian captain on the worst singer in the squad, touring India, arm-wrestling Michael Clarke, and more
'Pitch leg, hit off'
Jun 17, 2009:
South Africa's speediest quick answers readers' queries about his favourite mode of dismissal, passing on trade secrets in the IPL, and more
'I consider myself a bowler first'
Jun 10, 2009:
The Pakistan allrounder answers readers' queries about his preferred batting position, playing against India, his biggest six, and more
'My motivation is 30 Test hundreds'
Jun 4, 2009:
Sri Lanka's captain answers readers' questions on batting in Twenty20s, keeping wickets for long hours, the hardest spell of bowling he has faced, and more
More in Page 2
Fan Following: A night to rejoice at Eden Gardens
A hat-trick, runs for Kohli and a raucous Kolkata crowd cheering India on to victory
Fan Following: Lights, camera, Pakistan!
This fan thoroughly enjoyed watching the deciding T20I in a series that marked the return of high-profile international cricket in Pakistan
'The most exhilarating day of Test cricket that I have witnessed'
Nineteen wickets on a see-saw day at Lord's was a brilliant advertisement for Test cricket
A Birmingham hat-trick
A damp squib of a contest, but a fantastic day for an Indian fan in Birmingham
Eden Gardens turns on the magic again
A pitch with bounce, plenty of runs, a capacity crowd and a last-over finish all made it a day to remember
West Indies opt to bat on drizzly morning, Mire makes Test debut
Thigh injury forces Tamim to return home, to miss start of BPL
'Not the finished product but we're headed in right direction' - Holder
'We can perform better than we did in Sri Lanka' - Cremer
Rohit wary of Boult challenge ahead of series opener
How Bangladesh is finding and developing its talent
Mustafizur, Mosaddek, Mehidy, Nazmul - where did they all come from? By
It's time to rediscover Test-match batting
England's recklessness in the name of positivity is a sign that the art of batting in the longest format is no longer given due attention
Is it possible for a Pakistani to be a fan of Ian Botham?
The Cricket Monthly
Nottingham's the charm
On tour in the UK,
witnesses a fine comeback, visits the country's oldest pub, and squeezes in some yoga lessons
Trisha Chetty's legacy in the making
An inspiration in Mark Boucher got her to focus on her wicketkeeping. Today, she's a record-holder - and wants to go further
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