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Does cricket have a concussion crisis?
Widespread use of the helmet has saved dozens of lives, but concussions in the game are now more common than before
01-Jun-2022•Tim Wigmore and Stefan Szymanski
Bringing the A game
The WTC final was contested by the two teams with the best A programmes, and that's no coincidence. A tours are more important than ever before
The future is tall
The great batters have historically been on the shorter side. T20 is changing that. Here is why
The World Cup showed that Associates have not kept up in T20 - because they're playing too few games
The pandemic is partly to blame, but what they really need to raise their level is many more fixtures
How do batters train for the demands of T20?
Liam Livingstone, Fabian Allen, Kane Williamson, Faf du Plessis and others talk about the work that goes into the big hits
Where do batsmen like Kane Williamson and Virat Kohli fit into a T20 line-up?
They play an anchor's role for their sides, but they need to constantly adapt so as not to become redundant
29-Sep-2020•Tim Wigmore and Freddie Wilde
How many leagues can cricket take?
If all the existing and proposed short-format leagues are to survive, some will have to recalibrate their ambitions
A mercenary and a legend
Kieron Pollard's choice to go franchise didn't just make him one of the first T20 millionaires, it also shaped how players approached the format
07-Oct-2019•Tim Wigmore and Freddie Wilde
Heartbreak in Harare
One year ago, Scotland missed out on the World Cup by five runs
21-Mar-2019•Interviews by Tim Wigmore
How Kolkata turned it around with continuity
Fewer changes, smaller squads: data suggests that less is often more in team sports
The flexible team
Sides like Islamabad United and Chennai Super Kings seek fluidity in their line-ups, stressing on how their players play rather than where in the order
The cautious starters
Do dot balls in the Powerplay make you anxious? Not if you're Perth Scorchers or Gloucestershire
The spin team
Spinners are underused in T20 - unjustifiably so, as the success of Afghanistan, Chennai and Guyana has shown
The batting team
Royal Challengers Bangalore and Nottinghamshire show the perils and the pros of T20 sides built around batsmen
The bowling team
What do the successes of Sunrisers Hyderabad, Perth Scorchers and Pakistan in T20 have in common?
The six-hitting team
Big-hitting comes with big risks, but the payoffs are bigger too, as West Indies have shown
'In T20, put your field right and bowl a short, wide one, it's a win'
Specialist T20 spin-bowling coach Carl Crowe talks about how controlling scoring is key in the shortest format, and about how he helped remodel Sunil Narine's action
24-Nov-2018•Interview by Tim Wigmore
The art of the match-losing innings
T20 batting is full of misplaced good intentions, poor strategy and systemic insecurity. This is how those qualities lose matches
'I just go out and react to whatever is bowled at me'
Luke Ronchi was always an attacking batsman, but the freedom of T20 franchise cricket has made him one of the most effective scorers in the format
Pakistan vs New Zealand World Cup warm-up game to be played behind closed doors
Audition time for Ashwin and Washington, much to prove for Iyer and Suryakumar