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Who says there's a problem with Test cricket?
Jul 29, 2015:
There's too much of a kerfuffle over the death of the format. Can't we just let sleeping dinosaurs lie?
The lovely smell of failure in the morning
Jul 22, 2015:
Why we should be savouring England's Lord's defeat
Is cricket war?
Jul 15, 2015:
Not when we last checked. So what's with all the nationalism?
What's going to happen in this year's Ashes?
Jul 8, 2015:
No one knows, but we all know what's not going to happen
The definitive England-Australia preview
Jul 1, 2015:
The only article you need to read to know how the Investec Ashes is going to pan out
A cure for sledging
Jun 23, 2015:
In which we propose an innovative alternative to traditional "gamesmanship"
In praise of the bat-logo police
Jun 18, 2015:
Cricket may be nowhere near FIFA when it comes to maladministration, but there are some areas where we can hold our heads high
Who says English cricket lacks inventiveness?
Jun 10, 2015:
Whoever it was, did they watch the Edgbaston ODI? No? Thought so
Alastair Cook: cricket's Tom Cruise
Jun 3, 2015:
And no, that is not intended as a compliment
An IPL review (without having watched a game)
May 27, 2015:
The joys of bringing a clear, fresh perspective to the cricket world's blingiest extravaganza
What makes Yorkshire trolling distinctive
May 20, 2015:
And what's wrong with the NatWest Blast: find out in our special two-for-one
What does a director of cricket do?
May 12, 2015:
We welcome back another beneficiary of the ECB's personnel recycling initiative
The triumph of the mediocre
May 6, 2015:
Kudos to England for pulling off a draw against the odds
The Pakistan revolution in the offing
Apr 29, 2015:
The post-Misbah era promises to be exciting and flamboyant
Are you pro-KP or anti-KP?
Apr 22, 2015:
A nation's future hangs on the answer. Or not
The James Anderson style of excuse
Apr 15, 2015:
No swearing, no wickets, says the fast bowler
After the party, the nap
Apr 8, 2015:
Exhausted by the World Cup? Worry not, we have just the competition for you
The big losers at this World Cup
Apr 1, 2015:
Step forward Mustafa Kamal and Anuskha Sharma
Come now, Mr Faulkner
Mar 25, 2015:
The Australian allrounder would have us believe sledging is inevitable. Is it?
Do you want to listen to umpires chat?
Mar 18, 2015:
What's so interesting about two middle-aged men discussing how to operate a remote?
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The Dubai sauna gives a suffocating welcome
The heat and the one-sided encounter were downers but this Pakistan was happy that at least his team won
A triumphant Lord's return
Pakistan thrilled one and all in their first Test at Lord's since 2010, giving their fans the experience of a lifetime
A match that transcended the ordinary
A fan hears "the sound that will live on in my memory for the rest of my life" during the India-Bangladesh game
An 800-km train journey to watch two special wins
A long journey, queues and ticketing troubles could not take away from the great show that Afghanistan and Scotland put on in Nagpur
PSL's final rumble among dhols and Africa djembes
The quality of cricket was high, the noise levels in the ground were high. The only downer was the struggle to get into the stadium
Mathews injured, Herath set for late captaincy debut
Markram 162 central to Titans' innings win
South Africa quicks rout CA XI before lights come on
Railways collapse hands Gujarat big win
Nadeem's 12-wicket haul gives Jharkhand second win
The greatest cricketer who never lived
The Cricket Monthly October issue
Test or T20?
Two Australian teams will play a T20 and a Test each in two separate continents within a day next February. Is this how itineraries will be drawn up in the future?
'You can't control how the ball bounces, but you can control athleticism'
, New Zealand's strength and conditioning coach, talks about his Olympic career and working in cricket
The obscure cricketer imprinted on my mind
remembers the exciting Tamil Nadu batsman R Prabhakar and his Buchi Babu exploits
A cricket story run out by indifference
Aravind Adiga's new novel is centred around the game but isn't really in love with it
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