What do WAGs have to do with it?
What do WAGs have to do with it?

Having families on tour ensures happiness and stability. Why would that contribute to defeats?

Why Australia should pick Steve Magoffin
Why Australia should pick Steve Magoffin

If the selectors are willing to think out of the box, they could do worse than include the uncapped fast bowler, who has impressive county figures with Sussex

The Australian way may yet prevail
The Australian way may yet prevail

England played Australia at their own game in Cardiff, but don't rule the visitors out

This Australia can win on any pitch
This Australia can win on any pitch

It's hard to see them conceding the Ashes because they have now built a potent bowling attack capable of succeeding in all conditions

How can we stop 400 becoming the new 300?
How can we stop 400 becoming the new 300?

It's time the ICC took steps to empower bowlers in ODIs for the sake of the balance of power in the game

The unsung heroes of the Australian summer
The unsung heroes of the Australian summer

Cricket Australia's efficient and empathetic handling of a hectic season that witnessed tragedy and triumph was wonderful

Why are injury breakdowns so frequent?
Why are injury breakdowns so frequent?

Over-hydration during games and excessive warm-up routines could be the reasons for the number of niggles, despite the medical help at hand

The mystery of the non-existent run-outs
The mystery of the non-existent run-outs

Why do fielders insist on throwing at the stumps when they know there's no chance of dismissing the batsman?

Who is the BBL aimed at?
Who is the BBL aimed at?

There's nothing wrong with the quality of the cricket on offer, but the bells and whistles surrounding it are intrusive and overwhelming

What's with Australia's pitches?
What's with Australia's pitches?

All four tracks for the India series were uncharacteristic of their venues, to varying degrees

Step in now, before it's too late
Step in now, before it's too late

Why cricket should not be allowed to descend into ugliness for the sake of cheap entertainment

Not just a spectator sport
Not just a spectator sport

Brisbane offers the fan boy a chance to get down and dirty in the field

A Test match for the ages
A Test match for the ages

The Adelaide Test was pulsating, dramatic and poignant, and threw up questions about India's captaincy, and the absence of the DRS

Helmets alone offer no guarantees
Helmets alone offer no guarantees

In the light of Phillip Hughes' tragic accident, it's time to acknowledge that no protection is foolproof and cricket can never eliminate risk completely

The cons of miking up players
The cons of miking up players

Getting players to commentate on their strategies from the field could invite mischief and corruption

The gentlemen of the village green
The gentlemen of the village green

A tribute to men for whom a game of cricket was just that

Chucking: the irony
Chucking: the irony

Just as political views may change over the course of time, our opinion of chuckers tends to be remarkably inconsistent. Case in point: Murali

The curse of soft-tissue injuries
The curse of soft-tissue injuries

Michael Clarke and Shane Watson have had a history of such injuries and modern-day sports science is yet to come up with a solution

How many genuine allrounders does cricket have?
How many genuine allrounders does cricket have?

Of the game's many versatile greats, how many could command a place in their Test XI on the strength of one skill alone?

Minefield, or incompetent batting?
Minefield, or incompetent batting?

Combating difficult conditions tests a batsman's skill. Australia were exposed in Harare because their players failed to come to terms with a legitimate turning track