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Keeping a close Eye on things
Keeping a close Eye on things

The revolutionary Hawkeye technology provides a boon to television coverage

Long live Jayasuriya, goodbye Kalu
Long live Jayasuriya, goodbye Kalu

The performance of Sri Lanka in Faisalabad was unusual, not just because it was a rare overseas win (there have only been 11 in two decades), but also because this was a drawn out four-innings dogfight

Atherton's exit, and Thorpe's miss
Atherton's exit, and Thorpe's miss

A selection of Cricinfo's writers recall their lowest Ashes moments

Cricket and industrial relations
Cricket and industrial relations

William Lucie-Smith wonders how the West Indies board and the players' union managed to find a solution that suited no one

Five Tests, five opponents - and 600 without a century
Five Tests, five opponents - and 600 without a century

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The battles that will decide the Ashes
The battles that will decide the Ashes

Andrew Miller assesses the key head-to-heads in this summer's Ashes

'I hit Mark Taylor on the head'
'I hit Mark Taylor on the head'

Dean Headley spoke to Cricinfo about his Ashes memories from 1997

An Australian type of exit
An Australian type of exit

Graham Thorpe is this morning facing up to the fact that his illustrious 100-Test career could be at an end

Moments that defined the men
Moments that defined the men

Andrew Miller looks back on ten of the greatest performances in Anglo-Australian history

A double and a duck, and young captains
A double and a duck, and young captains

Steven Lynch answers more of your questions

Australia rise to the challenge after series of problems
Australia rise to the challenge after series of problems

Cricinfo rates Australia's one-day squad after they sealed the NatWest Challenge

Collingwood stars but Gough slumps
Collingwood stars but Gough slumps

Cricinfo rates England's players following the conclusion to the one-day season

Test Cricket Grounds, the complete guide - John Woods
Test Cricket Grounds, the complete guide - John Woods

Woods takes in 58 grounds the world over, from Ahmedabad to Adelaide, from Dhaka to Darwin

Turning the tables - Steven asks you
Turning the tables - Steven asks you

Steven Lynch sets you some questions for a change

Boon's sweep, and Botham's sixes
Boon's sweep, and Botham's sixes

A selection of Cricinfo's writers recall their most memorable Ashes moments

Narrow-minded mavericks
Narrow-minded mavericks

You can give them all the benefit of doubt you want, but the officials of the Board of Control for Cricket in India rarely fail to disappoint

Unconditional destruction
Unconditional destruction

One sure sign of a top-class batsman is the ability to score consistently off good deliveries

Tuffey's off-theory worked a treat
Tuffey's off-theory worked a treat

Daryl Tuffey cut down on pace, and concentrated on off-stump accuracy to embarrass India on the final day at Mohali

Most ODIs before a Test, and double figures all in a row
Most ODIs before a Test, and double figures all in a row

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On the road to nowhere
On the road to nowhere

Martin Williamson on the decline and fall of the USA