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Who is a genuine allrounder? Do Kallis, Hadlee and Jadeja fit the bill?
Looking at it on the basis of players' batting and bowling contributions per match throws up some interesting lists
Does strike rotation matter in cricket? Yes, but not in the ways you might think
How the outcome of one ball affects the batter's response on the next varies between formats
Do we really need neutral umpires anymore?
The DRS numbers over the last three years show that there is no case for saying that home umpires are biased
Are Kohli and Pujara in slumps? Let's look at what the control data says
Looking at whether a batter is in control on a delivery can tell us about the trade-offs they make between risk and reward
What lines and lengths should you bowl to Kohli, Smith, Williamson, Root and Pujara?
An analysis of beehive data of lines and lengths bowled to these batters from 2012 onwards provides some insights
What looking at James Anderson's and Ishant Sharma's careers as collections of spells tells us about them as bowlers
There's a fair bit to be learned by looking at these bowlers in terms of the support (or lack of it) at the other end
How long can a batsman score poorly before it's more serious than just a matter of bad form?
Why form is more about technique than scores
T20 openers are more conservative than they need to be
They use up more of the team's innings than they need to for the runs they produce
Which current player is No. 2 among Test batsmen of all time when measured against the performances of the average player?
The Runs Above Average Replacement metric provides a fuller assessment of batsmen than just their average
Is the DRS a good thing? Yes if you're a fingerspinner, no if you're a left-hand batsman
How have batsmen and bowlers gained and lost under the various eras of the lbw law?
Why New Zealand should be at the top of the ODI rankings now
It's a good idea for the ICC to adopt the ELO system to rank teams
Is there an advantage to having left-right pairs at the crease?
In the first half of ODI innings, yes. In Tests, not really
Four-day Tests could be game-changing if they are structured right
To be truly successful, Test cricket has to fit better into contemporary life
Kohli and de Villiers in limited-overs chases: who does it better?
An analysis of their numbers brings distinct patterns to light
How do we rate an ODI century made in 1972 against one made this year?
There are ways to account for the fluctuating value of a hundred in one-dayers
Was Dhoni someone who looked to take games to the last over? Not quite
To see him in that light is to misunderstand what he truly brought to the game
Why Kohli's side is the best Indian ODI team ever
Looking at how they have performed against top-rated opposition bears out the claim
Why the bat-ball balance now is probably the best it has been in ODI history
The ICC has been on a quest to get it right since 2005; the rules put in place four years ago might be the closest we have come to optimum so far
Keep wickets in hand or go hard? A look at the first 25 years of ODI history
A look at how ODI cricket before 2005 approached the question of risking wickets efficiently to score the highest possible total
Asia Cup team of the tournament - Power up top, many all-round options, and fire with the ball
India's T20 World Cup squad: Why Arshdeep over Chahar? And why did Ashwin get the nod?
Fakhar Zaman out of T20 World Cup squad with knee injury, Shan Masood called up