- Cricket on a fault line
The Long Handle: The most important lesson from the Perth Test: Australian horticulture is strange and dangerous
- Is this a Test match?
Fan Following: What's with all the manic six-hitting?
- Warner's park
Fan Following: There was some searing pace on display at the WACA, but the day belonged to Australia's power-packed opener
- Route 666 to the WACA
Fan Following: Was it the face-melting heat or was there really a dolphin on the field?
- Ishant and the matter of luck
The Long Handle: His getting Quinton de Kock's wicket was just a case of bad luck for the batsman
- Ambrose's death stare, and T20 madness
Five Firsts: Getting the stink eye from Curtly, getting behind the reins of a side - Matthew Hoggard looks back
- 'A travesty of a game'
Rewind: Few England sides have set out for Australia with as much confidence as the one which set sail in 1958. And few have come quite so spectacularly unstuck
- My father, my critic
Kumar Sangakkara says he owes a lot of his success to his father, who wants him to strive for a standard matched only by Bradman. By Andrew Fidel Fernando
- Look, Junior's written a book
Review: The story of India's U-19 World Cup-winning captain, Unmukt Chand, gives you an insight into what it takes for young Indian boys to find their place in cricket
- A bond built on history, politics and cricket
Historian Ramachandra Guha on the special relationship India and South Africa have forged