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Younis Khan: unsung and endearing
Despite being part of a dysfunctional set-up, he has managed to get the best out of himself and players partnering him
Have England lost their new-found identity?
Cook and his boys seem to have fallen out of touch with the relentlessness that took them to No. 1
Chucking: the debate rages pointlessly on
For some reason, many among us seem unable to accept scientific explanations that account for so-called dodgy actions
The Waqar silver lining
The one good thing that may come of the latest shake-up in Pakistan's cricket administration is that Waqar Younis returns to the coach's job
The home invasion
The Emirates have been a home away from home for Pakistan for three decades now. To see the IPL, which excludes Pakistan, being played there must feel like betrayal
Haunted turns hunter
Saeed Ajmal was written off after Michael Hussey smashed him for 18 runs in an over in a World T20 semi-final. But he bounced back and how
The what-ifs of Wasim Akram's captaincy
His stats, and the list of great players who flourished under him, indicate he ought to be up there with Imran and the rest. But is he?
The contagious madness of Shahid Afridi
He frustrates his fans more often than not, but he is also an addiction, one that pulls at the heartstrings
The golden trio of Pakistani captaincy
Misbah has been a terrific leader but it's still not enough to knock off Imran, Mushtaq and Kardar off their lofty perch
A victory most un-Pakistani
For all the talents that Pakistan's cricketers possess, the team has never been good at chasing. Which is why Sharjah came as a surprise
What's wrong with being a bully at home?
Asian batsmen only get recognition when they do well in the "foreign" conditions of Australia, England, South Africa and New Zealand. The reverse rarely applies
Bowlers are back in the game
After the runaway batting averages and homogeneous pitches of the 2000s, it appears we may be seeing a welcome correction
Pakistan's Streltsov question
Can Asif and Amir be compared to the Russian wunderkind who returned to professional football after a seven-year gap?
Amla's Irfan problem
The South African has been one of the best one-day batsmen in the last five years, but now a tall left-armer is making a dent in his impressive stats
Where are Pakistan's daddy hundreds?
Gone are the days of Miandad and Zaheer Abbas. Now a kid coming in aims to make a fifty; a hundred seems beyond expectations
The fan's torment
Cricket offers supporters plenty of time to think, and to swing from extreme pessimism to false hope and back again
Pakistan: trying to run before they can crawl
The lack of top-flight cricket at home is beginning to tell on Pakistan's players
The Trott problem
He has fallen off his early peak, perhaps inevitably, but it might have to do with having to play in a manner that does not come naturally to him
Who is to blame for Pakistan's lack of Test fixtures?
Pointing fingers at the boards of India, England and Australia is useless. Administrators of the smaller nations are the ones who okay lop-sided scheduling
'Why change something that's working' - Moody on Sunrisers not using Tripathi, Markram as openers