A Lost Rivalry: Cricket’s Ultimate Absurdity

It is nine years since cricket's biggest rivals, India and Pakistan played a Test against each other: the absence of this rivalry is to the game's detriment

The Women’s Game: A Beacon For Change

The history of women’s cricket is a tapestry as rich and absorbing as that of their male counterparts. However, its lack of exposure has often left it marooned at...

Hashim Amla: Dropping the Undroppable

South Africa's Hashim Amla has been in a miserable run of form for the past six months: is it finally time for him to be dropped?

New Zealand in India: A Tale of Two Captains

On September 22nd, India take on New Zealand at Kanpur in the first of three Test matches between the sides. Both sides meet off the back of contrasting success in...

Shakib Al Hasan: The Bangladesh Crown Prince Gunning for England

Shakib Al Hasan will go down in the annals of Bangladesh cricket as one of the finest, and most influential, cricketers in their history. It is in fact only a little stretch to...

Talk of Dropping Matt Renshaw is Madness

Australia's 20-year-old opener Matt Renshaw could be a real find for the Test team; there is no way he should be omitted for their India tour.

Why England Should Leave Out James Anderson

James Anderson, England's all-time leading wicket-taker, is fit again after a shoulder injury. But should he be picked at Visakhapatnam?

Why England Need To Change Their Approach To Test Match Batting

England's series of collapses in the past year have demonstrated why they must change their approach to Test match batting.

Who Should Be England’s Spinner Next Summer?

Since Graeme Swann retired halfway through the infamous 2013 Ashes tour down under, England have been searching for a frontline Test spinner. Monty Panesar seemed the obvious heir to...

England’s Gary Ballance Dilemma

1, 0, 29, 6, 61, 0, 23, 14, 6, 23, 23, 70, 28, 8, 17, 9, 1, 9, 5. Gary Ballance's last 19 scores in Test cricket make for miserable...