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The busiest umpire, and Geoff Boycott's near-miss
The busiest umpire, and Geoff Boycott's near-miss

Steven Lynch answers your questions

'You really earn your runs against Australia'
'You really earn your runs against Australia'

Mark Ramprakash spoke to Cricinfo about his Ashes memories from 2001

Bennett King's impossible job
Bennett King's impossible job

The West Indian coach has been hampered by issues which are far beyond his control

Windies let down by batting and catching
Windies let down by batting and catching

The spirit remained willing but the batting basics, the tactics, the bowling lines and, for the first time on tour, the catching were weak

Pietersen's double debut double
Pietersen's double debut double

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Giving the fans what they want
Giving the fans what they want

The fans got what they wanted in the third Twenty20 finals day

At last something for Tharanga to smile about
At last something for Tharanga to smile about

New-look India take on Sri Lanka in the opening match of the Indian Oil Cup in Dambulla

Dambulla delight for Murali
Dambulla delight for Murali

What the numbers tell about Dambulla, and about the key performers there

Scattered stumps and hexed batsmen
Scattered stumps and hexed batsmen

Andrew Miller picks out the finest bowling in Anglo-Australian history

What? No Tipp-Ex?
What? No Tipp-Ex?

A review of cricket scorebook software, Total Cricket Scorer

Melancholic memories
Melancholic memories

John Stern reviews Keith Fletcher's book Ashes to Ashes - The Rise, Fall and Rise of English Cricket

Dreary anticlimax
Dreary anticlimax

Peter English reviews Darren Lehmann's autobiography

Gower's charm, and Thomson the role model
Gower's charm, and Thomson the role model

A selection of Cricinfo's writers recall their favourite players

The need for nurture
The need for nurture

As many as four players who have never played Test cricket were named in the Indian squad for the Mumbai Test

A fragile genius
A fragile genius

Martin Williamson reviews Fred Titmus's autobiography

The long road to the World Cup
The long road to the World Cup

Charlie Austin previews the forthcoming Indian Oil Cup

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

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