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Why do we think Test chases of over 300 aren't all that tough?
Despite the evidence of history, we continue to pin our hopes on teams chasing 300-plus in the fourth innings in Tests
Why have Test batsmen scored less this year?
Is it a trend, an anomaly, the influence of T20 batting, or to do with more even pitches and better bowlers?
How England learned to fall in love with the IPL
Ten years ago it was anathema, but now the ECB is effectively paying its players to take part
Will New Zealand's three-pronged fork skewer England?
Southee, Boult and Wagner pose a challenge that is nearly the equal of the Australian attack
Who do you bowl in the Powerplay in T20?
The first few overs are vital, and wickets there priceless, but teams haven't quite figured out which bowlers to use in the period
Why Australia ought to have made it to the Champions Trophy semis
If the team batting second has reached a winning target at the time of a stoppage, why wait for the quota of overs to be completed before looking at the revised targets?
24-Dec-2017•Frank Duckworth and Tony Lewis
Is bowling more valuable than batting in T20?
It may seem contrary to popular opinion, but the numbers say so
The league of global T20 brands
The presence of established IPL franchises and other international businesses in South Africa's new T20 league shows what the future of the format could look like
How Australia's women got here
A World Cup is a celebration of how far the women's game has come, yet it should not be forgotten that many advancements were a long time coming
What killed the dibbly-dobbler?
An especially troublesome breed of medium-pace bowlers in ODIs in the 1990s has largely become irrelevant today
How Bangladesh came to have a pace-heavy ODI attack
A team known for its reliance on spin now chooses to pick three fast bowlers more often than not. How did that come to be?
Where will T20 cricket go next?
Data is going to play a huge role in the game - and by extension, in international cricket
A long build-up of bad faith
Before they can talk details, Cricket Australia and the Australian Cricketers Association must end an increasingly toxic cycle and find a way to be able to talk at all
How will cricket change by 2027?
A few predictions on how technology and innovative thinking will radically change the game over the coming decade
In the mountains, old-school Pakistan lives on
The FATA team has come far in its short time on the domestic scene, and they've done it playing a brand of cricket Pakistan seems to have forgotten about
How to build the ideal T20 side
To start with, stop thinking of players as batsmen, bowlers and allrounders; it's far more nuanced than that
Why is SLC in public-relations overdrive?
Thilanga Sumathipala's board has done as much for Sri Lanka's cricket as any other, but the chairman's desperation for the limelight does them no favours
19-Apr-2017•Andrew Fidel Fernando
Why can't we make yorkers great again?
We often hear fans cry out for them as batsmen rack up the runs in T20, but there are reasons for why they aren't as effective as they once were
The mystery of the knuckleball
The baseball pitch that could free cricket's bowlers from the shackles that tie them down
19-Mar-2017•Rabi Mehta and Garfield Robinson
Does Suryakumar Yadav hold the record for being out off the first ball most times in an ODI series?
Delhi Capitals have firepower despite Pant's absence, but who will keep wicket?
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