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The Test series victory
Last week Steven Finn revealed that England celebrated their Kolkata Test win with a Nineties boyband sing along. So how would they celebrate a series victory? Graeme Swann enlightens us.
There seems to be some inverse correlation between the scale of the achievement and the quality of the music.
Paul Collingwood suspected there may also have been a bit of dancing involved.
The performance enhancer
Phil Tufnell reveals one of the tricks of the trade.
Scott Styris knows the importance of setting a batsman up when bowling. There should be no looseners. Every delivery is part of a narrative that should culminate with a wicket. So what do you open with?
Paul Collingwood quickly sized up the pitch in Nagpur.
Keep honing your predictions according to unfolding evidence and you'll always be right eventually.
The victim of spam
It can happen to anyone. Even Stuart MacGill.
The recovery drink
Hashim Amla pays close attention to his nutrition.
It's actually the perfect ratio of protein to carbohydrate and is frequently used by professional cyclists after a long, difficult mountain stage. You do have to earn it though. Half-an-hour of slip catching doesn't really justify it.
The third person
It was Yuvraj Singh's birthday last week.
Surely you mean 'Yuvraj is sure Yuvraj will rise again'?
The Christmas shopping
Pat Cummins was short of ideas.
But there was one exception.
What was she using previously? A rolling pin?
What's your philosophy?
Shaun Pollock, as ever.
But if there's no such thing as perfection, how do we know what to strive for?
What's for lunch, Alviro?
"Its Nandos for lunch! #starving!"
You do surprise me.
Warney's looking after his new trim figure.
Alex Bowden blogs at King Cricket
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