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England's best selection
Geoff Miller, England's national selector, has overseen the most settled regime in the post war history of English cricket
Belgium storm to Division Two title
Belgium 188 for 7 (Shah 58, Iqbal 40, Subhash 3-35) beat Austria 115 (Simpson-Parker 48; Khaliq 4-11) by 73 runs
Strauss's search for No. 1
In the Daily Mail Martin Samuel has an interesting and wide-ranging interview with England captain Andrew Strauss on everything from split-captaincy, Ashes preparation, to his concerns of being 'exposed' at the highest level.
Tiger stopped play
To the list of cricketing stoppages, from the familiar 'rain stopped play', to the more confusing 'reflecting sun stopped play', the downright bizarre ‘stuffed toy stopped play’ can be added after an academy match at the Rose Bowl was held up by a
Royal party at Lord's
For those worried about where to enjoy the once-in-a-generation (taxpayer-subsidised) millionaires’ party fear not, Lord’s is there for you.
Playing yourself in is yesterday's news
The Old Batsman takes a look at a recent IPL game and wonders whether 'playing yourself in' is as important as people once assumed.
Clarke, Watson and hyperbole
Great knocks are about context, argues The Old Batsman , and despite the endless hype, Shane Watson's unbeaten 185 lacked one.
The Sachin & Sourav show
Tim Peach on the BBC website witnesses some serious hero worship in Nagpur in the countdown to Sachin Tendulkar's century of centuries.
Grassroots cricket in England is being run out of town
Jim White in the Telegraph tells the story of council-run cricket facilities in decline says it's no surprise the England team is made up almost entirely of South Africans and public schoolboys.
The insatiable appetite of the Indian fan
The "cricket-industrial complex" banks on the game as "an effective means of conveying goods to the market"
England's 50-over new dawn looks eerily familiar
From the hapless wicketkeeper to the furious captain, Barney Ronay, in an entertaining Guardian blog , finds something all too familiar with England's World Cup squad.
Stanford mistake was more than just Giles Clarke's
With the ECB facing legal action to return around £2.2 million (US$3 million) received from the disgraced financier Allen Stanford Scyld Berry, in the Telegraph , revisits the episode and argues that is was the counties, as much as Giles Clarke,
Don't panic yet if you're an England fan
It's always worrying when a team fails to defend 333 but despite sliding to their fifth defeat in six against Australia Lawrence Booth, writing in the Wisden Crickete r blog, insists there is still hope.
Things for England to ponder
It's no secret that England, despite their recent win, look a touch jaded in their ODI series against Australia
England's best captain
Andrew Strauss may have secured the Ashes home and away but there is another England captain who can add to that the World Cup and the World Twenty20
What's wrong with England?
It wasn't long ago England were all-powering Ashes winners
Papua New Guinea destroy USA
Papua New Guinea rolled United States of America over by seven wickets, with 44 overs to spare, in one of the most one-sided games in the tournament at the Hong Kong Cricket Club
Why do the Australian fans loath Clarke?
He may have led his country, in a previously barren summer, to four wins on the trot but Michael Clarke just can’t seem to gain the love of his nation
Spin will be the key to the World Cup
With the World Cup squads now finalised, Scyld Berry, writing in the Telegraph , believes the host nations have stolen a march on the rest by packing their squads with spinners.
IPL 2023 rule change: teams will name their playing XIs after the toss
22-Mar-2023 • Updated 15 hrs ago•Nagraj Gollapudi
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Pakistan batting coach Mohammad Yousuf opts out of Afghanistan T20I series
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