Sri Lanka Under-19s
The Wisden India Almanack, like its English counterpart, is evidence that print retains its charm in our digital age
The third World Cup final: Sandhu lands the punch that makes the knockout possible
Cricket fans live with the feeling because they know fandom is diluted without it
Goodbyes to Tendulkar and others, delightful essays and detailed recaps - the 2014 edition of the Indian Wisden has plenty to treasure
Twenty-two essays delve into the legacy of one of Indian cricket's most significant figures
The evenings will seem empty because of there is no match; the days will because there is no match to look forward to in the evening.
Why Mahela's hundred in the semi-final is one of the cleverest in the history of the World Cup
So Brian Lara will be gone from the one-day stage
As I write this, the news of Greg Chappell quitting is all over TV
Now that India is out of the World Cup, watching the games has become a pleasurable, anxiety-free, almost aesthetic exercise
“Cool first, write afterwards
Staying up all night watching and then dragging oneself to work the next day, bleary, bedraggled, hungover with lack of sleep: I really thought I wouldn’t have to do this before the Super 8 stage
Oh, the agony of that game against Bangladesh
The World Cup, coming as it does every four years, offers an occasion for stock taking
In Kolkata everyone's a cricket watcher, and what better place to watch it than at the stadium that has come to be an emblem of the city?
What are you if you switch the TV on at three in the morning knowing full well your team will probably get a pasting?
India v Pakistan in Kolkata, Laxman and Ganguly at the crease. Fly into town for the day?
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