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Life lessons from Donald and Pollock
It was hard for England fans to watch them repeatedly dismantle Atherton and Co, but it was harder to ignore their passion and skill
The runners and riders in the race to be the England team director
ESPNcricinfo runs its eye over the stand-out candidates for the role that Andrew Strauss recently vacated
The task ahead of Joe Root
He needs to throw off the shackles to come into his own as a leader
The gloves are off
The showdown between Allan Donald and Michael Atherton at Trent Bridge in 1998 was brutal and engrossing
Smith rebuffs Atherton call to protect tail
"It's a bit over the top," Australia's captain said. "We obviously had a plan from the start of the series that we were going to bowl a lot of short stuff to those guys, much like we did back in 2013"
Yes, no, sorry
Run-outs can be galling at the best of times; here are five that have dashed dreams, turned matches and sent crowds into a fury
'I saw some of the so-called tough guys of world cricket tremble'
A look back to when Devon Malcolm breathed fire and spewed brimstone at The Oval against South Africa
Growing up a lonely cricket fan in Japan
It was not always easy, but a worthy role model and the belated discovery of a cricket club helped keep a childhood passion alive and kicking
The dirt in the pocket affair
It seems extraordinary to recall now, given all the seismic scandals that have clawed away at the integrity of cricket over the past decade, but at the start of the 1990s, there was no issue more emotive than ball-tampering
Hussain, Gooch and other post-captaincy case studies
A closer look at the fates of Alastair Cook's predecessors who played on after stepping down
How do batsmen cope with the intensity of their lonely skill?
Digging the pitch, repetitive body movements, talking to themselves, superstitious behaviour, visualisation - different ways that batsmen deal with the pressure of their profession
A sandwich with the supremo
Time has mellowed the celebrated and derided Ray Illingworth. But only just