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Discover yourself by taking our quizzes
Do you have it in you to be No. 1?
The rankings have changed hands. If you led a team, who would it be like?
Your bowling line-up:
Used to make batsmen cry in their sleep
Looks pretty on TV and is lethal on the field
Is there to make up the numbers
Could stand side by side on a doormat and there'd still be room on it
Has a global feel to it
Legendary. By which we mean their skills are mythical
Is like a pack of cards
Used to make bowlers cry in their sleep
Got any good fielders?
Of course. You know how athletic those southern-hemisphere guys are
Did. But they're in the commentary box these days
Solid ones: they're immoveable
How's your away position?
Used to be sorry. Then got pretty good. Now slipping back to sorry
We've got our flag down in nearly every country
We conquered every frontier, but now we can barely protect our own
Is that a dirty question? We're not sure
How good are you at series wins?
We dined out on 2005 for five years. Now we're genuinely good.
Very good. Everyone wins series against us
You should have seen us at the turn of the millennium
Decent. As long as we're playing at home and some blasted groundsman doesn't leave the grass on
How important are the Test rankings to you?
We don't care. We just don't want to be called minnows
Not anymore. We're concentrating on the shorter formats now
We only think in terms of victories
What does (or did) being No. 1 mean to you?
An opportunity for the board to desperately shoehorn more Tests into the calendar
That decades of mediocrity get washed away
Business as usual. Well, not just at the moment, but still…
That we wouldn't be losing all the time
What are your fans like?
Insanely demanding. Capable of effigy-burning
They're watching lots of AFL these days
Loyal and appreciative
Not stone-throwers, for sure
How deep is your talent pool?
What's a talent pool?
You could drown in it
We'll know after the reviews
Oh, you know kids these days. Only interested in Twenty20
What's your relationship with the media like?
They're more interested in Warnie and his love life
We can hear the swords being sharpened
We're all friends here
Can we pick them in our team?
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Nineteen wickets on a see-saw day at Lord's was a brilliant advertisement for Test cricket
A Birmingham hat-trick
A damp squib of a contest, but a fantastic day for an Indian fan in Birmingham
Eden Gardens turns on the magic again
A pitch with bounce, plenty of runs, a capacity crowd and a last-over finish all made it a day to remember
Heavy burden on Amir as Pakistan rebuild Test side
Historic day for Middlesex women at Lord's
'I was not good enough' - Gambhir
English players criticise ECB's 'lack of information and clarity'
Hot and cold Sunrisers face Kings XI juggernaut
How Bangladesh is finding and developing its talent
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It's time to rediscover Test-match batting
England's recklessness in the name of positivity is a sign that the art of batting in the longest format is no longer given due attention
Is it possible for a Pakistani to be a fan of Ian Botham?
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Nottingham's the charm
On tour in the UK,
witnesses a fine comeback, visits the country's oldest pub, and squeezes in some yoga lessons
Trisha Chetty's legacy in the making
An inspiration in Mark Boucher got her to focus on her wicketkeeping. Today, she's a record-holder - and wants to go further
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