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Back from the dead
Back from the dead

The first batch of readers' submissions of great series fightbacks

Winning after following on, and when Denis met Eddie
Winning after following on, and when Denis met Eddie

The regular Monday column in which Steven Lynch answers your questions about (almost) any aspect of cricket

The hero who almost didn't play
The hero who almost didn't play

Bob Willis, one of the heroes of Headingley 1981, wasn't even in the original squad picked for the Test

Replacing the Welsh swinger
Replacing the Welsh swinger

Simon Jones's replacement could hold the key to wrestling the Urn from Australia's 18-year-long grasp

Great series fightbacks
Great series fightbacks

Some of our correspondents have written about great series fightbacks from the past. We'd love to hear from you about similar fightbacks

Windies board has nowhere to hide
Windies board has nowhere to hide

Martin Williamson on how the Lucky Report has to result in changes within the WICB

Playing for both sides, and Tait's troubles
Playing for both sides, and Tait's troubles

The column where we answer your questions

Warne lines 'em up, and Australia's grind
Warne lines 'em up, and Australia's grind

How Shane Warne almost pulled Australia back from the dead

Good length, good results
Good length, good results

Simon Jones and Matthew Hoggard bowled the ideal length on a slow Trent Bridge pitch

First come, first served
First come, first served

England's bowlers have made a habit of taking a wicket in the first over of a spell, session or after a break in play

Back to cricket's roots
Back to cricket's roots

Martin Williamson reviews Wealding the Willow by Robin Whitcomb

Another Freddie special
Another Freddie special

Andrew Flintoff and Geraint Jones snatched the initiative when the game was in the balance

A labour of love
A labour of love

Don Bradman surely has to be the most written-about cricketer ever - indeed, few sportsmen can have been the subject of so many books

Great Train Robberies, TMS and Bajan miracles
Great Train Robberies, TMS and Bajan miracles

We asked you to pick out the greatest Test you had ever seen (or one you wished you had), and the responses ranged from the famed - Barbados 1999 - to the long-forgotten (Dunedin 1980)

Tait's steep learning curve
Tait's steep learning curve

Shaun Tait's impressive debut, and Ricky Ponting discovers his bowling skills

And the slaughter continued
And the slaughter continued

Another day, another one-sided farce. Martin Williamson wonders how long the ICC can continue to ignore the facts

Above-average performers, and both sides passing 600
Above-average performers, and both sides passing 600

Steven Lynch answers your questions

Happy memories for Australia
Happy memories for Australia

What the numbers say about Trent Bridge, the venue for the fourth Ashes Test

Reasons to be cheerful
Reasons to be cheerful

Will Luke details the positives each team can take into the fourth Test

Balancing the hype with competitiveness
Balancing the hype with competitiveness

Osman Samiuddin on the World XI squads to face Australia in the Super Series