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The Fawlty Towers of cricket
The Fawlty Towers of cricket

Gideon Haigh's tour diary

Not going quietly
Not going quietly

Martin Williamson reviews Fred Titmus's autobiography

England need to address their balance
England need to address their balance

So they huffed and they puffed, but still their house got blown down

Yorkshire's mystery guest, and Bradman's comeback
Yorkshire's mystery guest, and Bradman's comeback

The column where we answer your questions

Warne the magician, and Pietersen's defiance
Warne the magician, and Pietersen's defiance

How Shane Warne bamboozled England's batting at Lord's

The luckless Simon Jones
The luckless Simon Jones

Check out the bowling analysis for England in the Australian second innings, and you'd imagine Simon Jones was the worst of the lot

England looking for their 2005 Randall
England looking for their 2005 Randall

So far this fluctuating Test match has closely resembled the Centenary Test at Melbourne in March 1977

Gillespie sends England dizzy
Gillespie sends England dizzy

When a side loses their sixth and seventh wickets in quick succession - as Australia did late last night - the opposing bowlers feel rightly buoyed by their success.

The prancing pup
The prancing pup

As on his debut, what stood out about Michael Clarke's innings was his footwork

EA Sports Cricket 2005
EA Sports Cricket 2005

A review of Cricket 2005

England's middle-order Pollyfilla
England's middle-order Pollyfilla

Graham Thorpe announced his retirement from international cricket

Fast fade the glovemen
Fast fade the glovemen

Osman Samiuddin on the fading fortunes of Pakistan's veteran wicketkeepers

A tale of two metronomes
A tale of two metronomes

How Glenn McGrath and Steve Harmison exploited the Lord's pitch

England carry the fight to Australia
England carry the fight to Australia

It's not everyday that the reality lives up to the hype

McGrath farms 500th wicket
McGrath farms 500th wicket

How McGrath brought up his 500th Test wicket

Cometh the hour
Cometh the hour

England set the right tone in the first over at Lord's and took the momentum into the rest of the morning

Fiery Jones roars into Ashes battle
Fiery Jones roars into Ashes battle

Simon Jones has had a totally different start to this Ashes series than his last

A pregnable fortress
A pregnable fortress

The National Stadium in Karachi suddenly seems a less impregnable fortress

Machine-like McGrath reaches 500
Machine-like McGrath reaches 500

A haul of 500 wickets in 111 Tests at 21.22 a piece would conjure images of a fiery fast bowler or a mesmerizing spinner but McGrath is neither

'75 Years of West Indies Cricket' - Ray Goble and AP Sandiford
'75 Years of West Indies Cricket' - Ray Goble and AP Sandiford

This is a weighty tome, authored by a Professor Emeritus, Dr Keith AP Sandiford and a statistician with a particular interest in West Indian cricket, Ray Goble