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T20 all-time XI

Guardians of cricket's galaxy

May 3, 2017: With the upcoming release of Guardians of the Galaxy Volume Two, in cinemas May 4, we present an all-time T20 XI that might represent cricket in an intergalactic showdown

Andrew Miller

Quick picks

Jun 10, 2012: Five all-time great fast bowlers who had pace as well as every trick in the book

Ashley Mallett

The best new-ball pairs

Shining with the new ball

Oct 10, 2011: Fast-bowling pairs down the years who were irresistible when they opened the attack

S Rajesh

No one like Steyn

Jan 20, 2011: He's the only one today who matches up to Lillee, Thommo, Maco, Wasim, Waqar and the other fast-bowling greats of the past

Dileep Premachandran

Tendulkar only current player in ESPNcricinfo all-time World XI

Oct 25, 2010: Four Australians and three West Indians make it to the side. Warne, Gilchrist and Akram other recent players to feature

ESPNcricinfo staff

Shaun Pollock on Malcolm Marshall

Maco, my mentor

Sep 20, 2009: He started off as a faraway icon on a tape, and became a coach and more besides

Firdose Moonda

The Wisden Cricketer - May 2008

Memories of Maco

Apr 29, 2008: Malcolm Marshall ought to have been 50 in April. His biographer celebrates the all-too-brief life of one of the game's all-time great fast bowlers

Pat Symes

West Indies in England, 2007

Gooch calls for Cook recall

Jun 21, 2007: Two years ago Alastair Cook couldn't even make Essex's one-day set-up, but Graham Gooch believes it would be madness to leave him out of the England side now

Jenny Thompson

Two tribes go to war

Jan 1, 2007: Langer and Hayden would fight like hell, but facing Holding and Marshall must have been worse than hell itself

Kamran Abbasi

July 2005

MCC v Rest of the World, Lord's, August 20-25 1987

Jul 2005: Twenty-two of the world's greatest players gathered at Lord's to play in a one-off match to mark the MCC's bicentenary.

March 2005

The XI worst debuts

Mar 15, 2005: Edward Craig reveals the players who weren't so quick off the blocks

January 2000

Too fast

Dec 20, 2004: If comparisons are odious, let a superlative suffice

Australia in India 2004-05

Three times trouble

Nov 2, 2004: India go into the Mumbai Test knowing that defeat will complete their worst set of home results in almost three decades

Dileep Premachandran

Scotiabank West Indian Jubilee dinner

Who are the greatest West Indians of them all?

Jul 16, 2004: The Scotiabank West Indian Jubilee will be held on Tuesday, July 27, in the Symphony Hall in Birmingham, two nights before the second Test between England and West Indies starts at Edgbaston

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Richardson gets reward for his consistency

Aug 28, 2003: For the first time in nine years, New Zealand have a batsman among the top eight in the world rankings

Lynn McConnell

One-armed bandit

Jul 14, 2003: 1984 At Headingley , the beginning of a swift and famous one-handed demolition job

Wisden CricInfo staff

He should have been a paceman

Jul 4, 2003: 1929 Birth of a left-arm spinner whose career makes Phil Tufnell's look boring

Wisden Cricinfo staff

There it is ...

Apr 18, 2003: 1994 The day Brian Charles Lara made the highest score in Test history

Wisden CricInfo staff

Pollock to pay homage to Marshall in the Caribbean

Feb 28, 2001: Shaun Pollock will pay homage at the grave of Malcolm Marshall in Barbados, the South African captain said just hours before departing for the West Indies on Wednesday night

Peter Robinson

Malcolm Marshall Memorial Trophy unveiled at Lord's (29 August 2000)

Aug 29, 2000:

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