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The Confectionery Stall
RIP Michael Vaughan’s Cricket Career
Obituary: Michael Vaughan’s Cricket Career (1993-2009)
Ashes for England, history for Broad
Here are the Official Confectionery Stall Conclusions From Days 1 to 5 Of the World Twenty20
An England supporter's thoughts on the opening match of the World Twenty20
The waiting is over
India (and Scotland) a shoo-in for the finals
Exciting update: Andy's audio preview is here .
History and stats point to Ashes glory for England
Australia are in disarray – they lost their most recent Test, have not won a series in England for eight years, have never won a Test in Cardiff, are bringing a squad with only one front-line bowler who has ever taken a Test wicket in England
ECB's strong words to the excluded
Well done to the selectors for a choice that is both bold and sensible, and that has added further to the necessary competition for places
A case of cricketing apathy
I quite like Twenty20, and this year's IPL is an incredible event.But I just can’t quite bring myself to care who wins
The Unpredictable XI - part 1
Having promised the World Unpredictable XI a couple of blogs ago (the ‘blog’ now being the only unit of time I officially recognise), I have since found myself in prolonged and agonising internal selectorial discussions
Time for England to employ an appealing coach
The official Confectionery Stall review of the West Indies v England series
Why the referral system may be written by monkeys
A potentially nerve-jangling end to this largely drab series will certainly make a refreshing change, if only through having a day’s cricket in which the main talking point will be cricket, not the accursed referral system.
Barbados. Please, make it stop
And now, for what they are worth in the current context of international cricket, which is slightly less than nothing, here are some thoughts on the now-mercifully-finished Barbados Test.
Stand by me
The appalling events in Lahore have thrown a cloak of gloom over world cricket, and Pakistan cricket in particular
What we learnt from the two Tests in Antigua
Some things the cricketing planet has learnt from the two Tests in Antigua, and other events of the past week or so
ECB: egg on its face, in its hair, all over its jacket...
The current 'legal glitch' in Allen Stanford’s business proceedings has cast something of a shadow over the Antigua Test, a shadow in the shape of ECB chairman Giles Clarke’s eyebrows rising further and further up his head.
Hanuma Vihari bats left-handed, holds off Avesh Khan & Co despite fractured forearm
01-Feb-2023 • Updated 20 hrs ago•ESPNcricinfo staff