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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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  • How to wind up cricket's purists
    The Long Handle: Just ask the ECB's new helmsman
  • The Sri Lankan party at the MCG
    Fan Following: The Dilshan-Sangakkara show, Rangana Herath's athleticism, the papare bands and the obstacle-course race during the mid-innings lit up the Bangladesh-Sri Lanka game at the MCG
  • Backing Green at the Gabba
    Fan Following: The match between Ireland and the UAE was the first final-over thriller of the World Cup and it was littered with great moments like the bail fail and the antics of Larry the Leprechaun
  • Don't support your national team
    The Long Handle: It will only cause your blood pressure to rise
  • 'Your captain's Irish'
    Fan Following: It might have been a bit of a no-contest but the fun fans and excellent weather made up for it
  • NZ's Rottweiler bite
    Simon Barnes: Their hyper-aggressive ways have got them success in the World Cup so far. But is the method as sustainable as it is eye-catching?
  • Soumya Sarkar's shot in the dark
    Christian Ryan: The long-lasting memory of a young batsman we have never seen before is of that one brilliant shot announcing his arrival
  • The vices and virtues of Misbah
    Ahmer Naqvi: The debate about whether Misbah-ul-Haq is holding Pakistan back or holding them together is obscuring the team's real problems
  • 'The best game of bad cricket'
    Two Men Out: Jarrod Kimber and Andy Zaltzman on the madness at Eden Park, and the ICC celebrating UAE's pasting
  • White Nights, grey skies, and a Gayle shower
    Firdose Moonda returns to familiar surroundings and learns that you need to pack mittens, even for the NZ summer
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