Big hair, big deeds
Big hair, big deeds

The 1980s reflected the global economy of the time

That '70s show
That '70s show

Perhaps the sheer statistics and averages of the players of the 1970s don’t really stack up today but they still seem impossibly heroic to me, even thirty years later

About turn
About turn

Is this a sign that India is moving away from a long tradition and now becoming more of a threat on pitches that do a bit more for the quickies

Great expectations
Great expectations

Perhaps anyone with an understanding of the South African cricket mentality can help us make sense of this

Umpire burlesque
Umpire burlesque

One thing that most cricketers will readily admit to is the fact that in some cases, you genuinely do not know if you’ve nicked it or caught a low catch cleanly

To walk or not to walk?
To walk or not to walk?

Is 'walking' one of those special things that defy explanation, an exotic beast that should be allowed to retain an air of mystique

Just not cricket
Just not cricket

Perhaps it’s just a cynical way to attract more than just 'cricket fans'

Minority rules
Minority rules

Their interest in the cricket, marginal to begin with, has now clearly been washed away with the last 12 beers in the hot sun.

An apologist for the MCC
An apologist for the MCC

For those ignorant critics of the MCC who don’t really understand what it stands for, take a leaf from KP and reverse your stance!

Australia's Indian affair
Australia's Indian affair

The cricketers can thank their talents and their bulging wallets for this new-found appreciation of India