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India v Rest of the World

May 17, 2012


May 3, 2012

Pop culture

Apr 19, 2012

IPL radar

Apr 5, 2012

Rain forecast

Mar 22, 2012

Asia Cup

Mar 8, 2012

Fans v players

Feb 23, 2012

Dhoni v everyone else

Feb 16, 2012

Flintoff's legacy

Feb 9, 2012

Jayawardene's captaincy

Feb 2, 2012


Jan 26, 2012

An Indian news report

Jan 19, 2012

An Australian news report

Jan 12, 2012

What Pakistan fans remember

Jan 5, 2012

Missing DRS?

Dec 29, 2011

National call-up

Dec 22, 2011

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  • Groovy tunes and a sunset at the SCG
    Fan Following: A sublime knock from Steven Smith, soaking in a sunset in the SCG members' pavilion and groovy music made the semi-final clash between Australia and India a memorable one
  • Come now, Mr Faulkner
    The Long Handle: The Australian allrounder would have us believe sledging is inevitable. Is it?
  • Wahab's roar, and mad Maxwell
    Fan Following: The Wahab v Watson subplot, a Geoffrey Edelsten lookalike and a clinical chase made for a great experience
  • Keeping a quarter-final streak alive
    Fan Following: Bringing a bugle out of hibernation and donning face-paint for a unique hat-trick of India's World Cup quarter-finals
  • A disappointing result, and a solemn farewell
    Fan Following: The quarter-final match between Sri Lanka and South Africa promised plenty of electric contests but turned out to be tepid. It was the last chance, however, to see two Sri Lankan greats in action for the last time in ODIs
  • How do you stop Smith?
    It is a question that has mystified teams of late, but Andy Zaltzman has the answer
  • When defeats haunt
    Nicholas Hogg: The losing team has much to ponder over the what-could-have-beens in close matches; in a one-sided game, the past is put to rest quickly
  • Wide boy
    The Cricket Monthly: Of the four men sent to prison in 2011, Mazhar Majeed's story was the one nobody heard
  • No helicopter ride to glory for Dhoni this time
    Jarrod Kimber: Four years ago, he helicoptered India to World Cup glory. In Sydney, he was scratching around at barely a run a ball, almost as if he had given up himself
  • 'A lot has gone out of the game with two new balls'
    Kumar Sangakkara talks about one-day batting: technique, mindset, risk calculation, touch v power, and innovation
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