Six-word Report

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Simmons says this is too easy

Pick this XI for the Test

Let us now root for Joseph

Gayle the gladiator owns the Colosseum

So hostess not with the mostess

England: always a minnow's favourite team

Anyone as surprised as we are?

Six days, two innings, anti-climatic ending

NZ, Test cricket is for grown-ups

Big boys don't play at night

India: making Kamran Akmal look competent

Century after three years. Didn't help

Miandad? The name's Malik. Shoaib Malik

Phew! Those nasty Tests are history

Alliterate: Scorchers, Stars, Slinga 6/7, 69

Final-match decider? Some rivalry, this

Quicks succeeding in Lanka? What next?

So Dravid didn't retire after all

The best you can do Bangladesh?

The rain it raineth every day

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    Ask Steven: Also: the most team changes made by a country in successive one-day internationals, and highest individual Test scores in the second innings
  • Ricey remembers
    Clive Rice, a South Africa and Notts colossus, now beset by illness, looks back at his career. By Luke Alfred
  • Bell's Ashes rollercoaster
    Ian Bell is the one England player remaining from the heady summer of 2005, but that great series is not all fond memories for him, he tells David Hopps
  • Bravo helps cricket break new ground
    Dwayne Bravo's sensational catch in the IPL is in line to win cricket's first ESPY
  • Papua New Guinea take flight
    How the team went from a bunch of mentally and physically unfit cricket enthusiasts to winning their maiden first-class game. By Nagraj Gollapudi
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