- 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
- Go forward, not back
Sanjay Manjrekar: England's troubles in the Ashes have shown why an initial back-foot trigger movement may not be a great idea
- Fiery Syd
Sydney Barnes, the most feared bowler of them all, was a colourful, forbidding and often misunderstood character, writes Rob Steen
- Rains, marimbas, and memorials
Sidharth Monga: When great men die, it rains and rains and rains. And South Africans break into song and dance
- Cairns' Hamilton holdout
I Was There: Campbell and Griffith smashed hundreds as West Indies cruised to 276 for no loss on the opening day of the series in 1999. Then came the fightback
- The Gavaskar lesson
Martin Crowe: The new breed of Indian batsmen need to carry the flame that Sunny, Sachin and Rahul kept burning for so long