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Controversies ignite down underThe Indian tour is jeopardy after the series was marred with allegations of racism, bad umpiring,and claims of unsportsmanlike conduct.07 Jan 2008Manan Shah
Sri Lanka dominate in all deptsThe scoreline read 1-0. The truth was the the home side was the better one by a sizeable distance, with England only rarely in the game24 Dec 2007Richard Dickinson
Careers over for Sri Lankan duoMarvan Atapattu and Sanath Jayasuriya have recently ended their Test careers. In their prime they were a tough partnership to remove.05 Dec 2007Paul Wood
Zimbabwe vs West Indies previewZimbabwe host the West Indies in 5 One Day Internationals which sparks their first international fixture since the ICC world twenty20.28 Nov 2007Daniel Rosam
Pace pair serve up a treatAt a time when quality quick bowling happens only too infrequently, Brett Lee and Dale Steyn offer reminders of what can be achieved22 Nov 2007Paul Wood
South Africa Tour WrapWhen New Zealand flew to South Africa in late October, one might have been forgiven a sense of deja vue,22 Nov 2007Archie Mac
The Importance of a PartnershipIn the last week we were lucky to have witnessed two outstanding partnerships involving Amla and Kallis, and Clarke and Hussey.13 Nov 2007Paul Wood
Can Australia's dominance continueIs this new look Australia team able to continue the excellent work of its predecessors ?07 Nov 2007Paul Wood
Will 'Roy' and Yuvraj crack the top level?Upon the completion of the third ODI between India and Australia, I marvelled at the undoubted talents of Andrew Symonds and Yuvraj Singh.10 Oct 2007Paul Wood
Yuvraj has a September to rememberAfter a sterling Twenty20 Championship in South Africa, Yuvraj Singh has been names Cricket Web's Player of the Month for September.09 Oct 2007Zac Gelman
Team of the tournamentAs the Twenty20 fevor winds down, Cricket Web have put together who they think should make up the World Twenty20 tournament XI.01 Oct 2007Zac Ritchie
Pak and S.A. prepare for battleThe new Pakistan leadership prepares for the challenge of South Africa.30 Sep 2007Paul Wood
Zimbabwe UpdateZimbabwe's domestic season is getting up to speed with all local clubs turning out for warmups for the upcoming Logan Cup.30 Sep 2007Daniel Rosam
Twenty20 a smashThe inaugural World Twenty20 in South Africa caused much debate and discussion, but was it a success?28 Sep 2007Zac Ritchie
A Taste of Twenty20The 'real' World Cup failed to capture the imagination of fans around the globe: CW looks at a Twenty20 tournament awash with colour.23 Sep 2007George Roberts
Group D preview - in the balanceIndia and Pakistan will both be looking to edge through group D of the World Twenty20, but it'll be tight.09 Sep 2007Sean Bennett
New Zealand Group FavouritesNew Zealand have been described as favourites for Group C although Sri Lanka will be nipping at their heels to be the best side.07 Sep 2007Zac Ritchie
Choosing An All Time XIAt one time or other every cricket fan has had a go at choosing an all time XI, see if you can match the Cricket Web All Time XI.04 Sep 2007Archie Mac
August Player of the MonthWith so little cricket over the last month, there is little competition for our usual accolade. Or is there? Chawla, Powar... Broad?31 Aug 2007George Roberts
Technology In CricketThere seems little doubt that in the future the third umpire will be the official most involved in deciding the fate of the batsman.24 Aug 2007Archie Mac
The ICL comethThe BCCI's worst fears were realised this week, when the ICL revealed that many players had signed contracts to join their league.22 Aug 2007Zac Gelman
Cricket Web Fantasy Cricket - Twenty20 World CupWe have opened up our Twenty20 World Cup 2007 Fantasy Cricket competition which is free to join with all the squads having been confirmed.20 Aug 2007James Nixon
England-India ODI series previewThe longest ever bilateral ODI series in England gets underway tomorrow afternoon at the Rose Bowl in Hampshire.20 Aug 2007Richard Dickinson
Squads for Twenty20 WC confirmedThe best cricketers in the world are gearing up for the inaugural ICC World Twenty20 with all 12 squads now having been confirmed.14 Aug 2007James Nixon
Player of the Month: JulyZaheer Khan, with his match-winning nine wickets in the second Test against England, is the July player of the month.12 Aug 2007Sudeep Popat
Bangladesh/Sri Lanka series wrapSri Lanka dominated Bangladesh in all departments, winning the three Test matches by an innings and taking the ODI series 3-0.29 Jul 2007Manan Shah
Shivnarine, take a bowNo player came even close in importance and magnitude of the efforts of the quite and unassuming Shivnarine Chanderpaul, who stood tall throughout June.23 Jun 2007Zac Gelman
Player of the Month - MayThere have been several stars of England's early-season good form. Kevin Pietersen, however, probably shone brighter than all else.06 Jun 2007Richard Dickinson
A Tale Of Five CoachesGoing into the 2007 Cricket World Cup, nine Test-playing teams had nine coaches. Two weeks after the end, just two remain in position.17 May 2007Richard Dickinson
Team of the 2007 World CupThe 2007 World Cup has now passed into the annals of history. Who made the Cricket Web 2007 World Cup Team of the Tournament?15 May 2007Kev Goughy
WI v England - Series PreviewFor years the West Indies thrashed their English counterparts thoroughly both home and away. But since 2000, England have dominated.15 May 2007Liam Camps
The Bracewell Story (so far?)As New Zealand Cricket decide whether or not to extend coach John Bracewell's contract, it's time to look back at his (first?) tenure.13 May 2007Richard Edmunds
Cricket Web's Semi-final previewCricket Web takes a comprehensive look at the four sides going head to head in this weeks semi-finals, as the 2007 WC comes to an end.22 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Sri Lanka and the Super 8'sAlthough behind Australia and New Zealand in the Super Eight table, Sri Lanka still look the team to beat.04 Apr 2007Hatem Rajabdeen
India: What must changeInstead of overreacting to one defeat, many things have to change within the domestic system for India to be consistently successful.04 Apr 2007Manan Shah
Hayden's comeback magicMatthew Hayden has been in the ODI form of his life and with 395 runs in five matches at 98.75, he is CW's player of the month for March.01 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Wake up India!Here are some of the reactions of cricket fans on the electronic media after the loss to Sri Lanka that sealed India's fate in the WC.29 Mar 2007Swaranjeet Singh
World Cup Review- Groups A and BWhatever the viewpoint, the 2007 World Cup Group Stage evokes strong opinions. We review Groups A and B.26 Mar 2007Kev Goughy
World Cup Review- Groups C and DThe early part of this long World Cup has seen controversy, disappointment and excitement galore. We review Groups C and D.26 Mar 2007Kev Goughy
Farewell to InzamamA farewell and a look back at the career of Inzamam-ul-Haq. One of the best batsmen of this era has retired from One Day Internationals23 Mar 2007Manan Shah
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 16 - AustraliaNo team has a prouder World Cup history than Australia. Three times champions, including the past two tournaments, and twice beaten finalists.13 Mar 2007Cameron Burge
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 15 - South AfricaCursed, jinxed or just not good enough? Whatever the reason, South Africa's previous adventures in World Cup Land have been eventful but ultimately disappointing.11 Mar 2007Kev Goughy
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 14 - PakistanBenjamin Franklin was reputed to have said: 'Only two things in life are certain - death and taxes'.10 Mar 2007Eddie Sanders
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 13 - West IndiesThrice finalists and twice champions, the West Indies dominated the World Cup at its inception.09 Mar 2007Liam Camps
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 12 - Sri LankaThe surprise champions eleven years ago as they came of International cricketing age in the subcontinent, Sri Lanka revolutionised one-day cricket.08 Mar 2007Neil Pickup
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 11 - IndiaRunners-up in the last edition of the World Cup, India go to the West Indies hardly as one of the favorites to lift the trophy for the first time since 1983.07 Mar 2007Sudeep Popat
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 10 - New ZealandNew Zealand captain Stephen Fleming, when asked of his team's prospects for the World Cup, said that the Black Caps were "perennial dark horses".06 Mar 2007Richard Edmunds
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 9 - EnglandHost of more World Cups than any other nation, inventors of the game and pioneers of the two limited-over forms of the game.05 Mar 2007Neil Pickup
Player of the Month - FebruaryAfter two months of hellish Australian torture, three superb performances from Paul Collingwood single handedly turned England's tour around.04 Mar 2007Benedict Goodchild
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 8 - BangladeshFour years is a long time. In 2003, Bangladesh sank to their lowest ebb since being elevated to the Test world.03 Mar 2007George Roberts
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 7 - ZimbabweA lot has happened to Zimbabwe since the last World Cup, and they come into this one in their worst position since gaining Test status.02 Mar 2007Alex Crampton
Evolution of One-Day cricketHow Sanath Jayasuriya and Adam Gilchrist amongst rule changes have changed the one-day game forever.01 Mar 2007Paul Wood
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 6 - KenyaIt's been four years since Kenya reached the dizzying heights of the 2003 Cricket World Cup semi-final and as expected things have changed. However, they have not changed for the better.01 Mar 2007Kev Goughy
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 5 - ScotlandHaving long lived in the shadow of the English cricket team, Scotland is participating in only its second World Cup.28 Feb 2007Sean Bennett
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 4 - CanadaWhen someone thinks of cricket, Canada does not immediately spring to mind. Though not the strongest of the minnow nations, they have some strength that could lead to an upset or two.27 Feb 2007Manan Shah
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 3 - NetherlandsThe Netherlands is one of only two countries in Europe where cricket has become a regular feature of the sporting calendar.26 Feb 2007Michelle Hamberger
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 2 - IrelandIreland will enter their first World Cup with an outside chance of winning their opening clash with a politically torn Zimbabwe team.25 Feb 2007Archie Mac
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 1 - BermudaThe smallest team to make an appearance at the World Cup, Bermuda, will be looking to show determination and pride in the West Indies.24 Feb 2007Benedict Goodchild
England's Keeper DilemmaWith Paul Nixon installed as the World Cup keeper, what options are available to England long term?18 Feb 2007Paul Wood
Commonwealth Bank Series WrapThis year's triangular one day series was the most topsy-turvey seen in Australia for years with under-dogs England taking it out.16 Feb 2007Cameron Burge
Player of the Month - JanuaryIn a month which saw South Africa celebrate the success of consecutive series wins, Ashwell Prince and Makhaya Ntini shone brightest.03 Feb 2007Liam Camps
Beyond all expectationsNathan Astle developed from a useful bits and pieces player for Canterbury into an attacking and prolific world-class batsman.27 Jan 2007Richard Edmunds
Player of the Year - 2006In a year where he shattered batting records, made 1788 runs averaging 99.33, Mohammad Yousuf is Cricket Web's 2006 player of the year.08 Jan 2007Zac Gelman
The final farewellThree Australian greats left the Test arena yesterday. Shane Warne, Justin Langer and Glenn McGrath saying goodbye for the last time.06 Jan 2007Zac Gelman
Cricket - The EducatorWhether it be trivial tidbits or political knowledge,just following cricket gives its followers a worldly education.06 Jan 2007Kev Goughy
Revenge is sweetFrom an Australian perspective it wasn't really about England losing the Ashes, but more about Australia winning them.06 Jan 2007Michelle Hamberger
After the WhitewashWhat was so different between Vaughan's Victors and Freddie's Flops? Readers, I give you: How to lose the Ashes in six simple steps.05 Jan 2007Neil Pickup
Oct/Nov 2006: Gayle & YousufTwo months which focused on different forms of the game, and two very different players who each set themselves apart.06 Dec 2006Sean Fuller
Gutless, aimless... hopelessI still can't work out quite what happened last night in the second Ashes Test in Adelaide.05 Dec 2006Neil Pickup
Aussies urn it the hard wayAn Aussie cricket fan I also can't believe how the last day of the Second Ashes Test unfolded.05 Dec 2006Michelle Hamberger
Bantamweights in the BasementIn the shade of the Ashes, Cricket Web previews the slightly less hyped but no less intriguing series between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe.25 Nov 2006George Roberts
The Ashes - PreviewThe most anticipated Test series in living memory is set to kick off this November with every day of the Test series a sell out.08 Nov 2006Archie Mac
Champions Trophy - ReviewAlthough the Champions Trophy boasted many a one-sided display, there was enough competition to qualify the tournament as a success.08 Nov 2006Liam Camps
Short Pitched BowlingThe difference between sides in the Champions Trophy is coming down to short pitched bowling and the ability for bowlers to bowl yorkers.28 Oct 2006Swaranjeet Singh
Fireworks only for DiwaliYes, India got the crucial two points at the very start of the tournament - but the problems of recent times appear unresolved as ever.15 Oct 2006Swaranjeet Singh
Substitute Law being Stretched?During the last Ashes series, Australia strongly objected to the use by England of substitutes. Was this in the spirit of the game14 Oct 2006Michelle Hamberger
Sep 06: Ma-Lee-syiaThere's something about Septembers. The kids are back to school and our cricket bags are back collecting dust on top of our wardrobes.14 Oct 2006Neil Pickup
14 Reasons To Watch The AshesThrough careful thought and detailed analysis and using a massive research budget, Cricket Web has developed a solution to the dilemma.05 Oct 2006Liam Camps
Champions Trophy - PreviewThe biennial tournament has come around again and although not everyone approves of its existence, some excellent cricket lies ahead.02 Oct 2006Richard Edmunds
The Hair Saga: ReactionsNow that the Darrell Hair debacle has seemingly been put to rest, it's time to summarize the various reactions in the world of cricket.30 Sep 2006Arjun Miglani
DLF Cup - Series PreviewThe DLF Cup in Malaysia represents a key point in the buildup to the Champions Trophy for India, Australia and the West Indies.11 Sep 2006Sean Fuller
Tresco's troublesMarcus Trescothick has withdrawn from the Champions' Trophy. Cricket Web takes a look at his long-term future with England.07 Sep 2006Matt Pitt
Oblivious to ResponseIt's the best part of a week since the Fourth Test at the Oval exploded from a cricketing contest into a full-on international incident26 Aug 2006Neil Pickup
BLIC Interview with CodemastersCricket Web have conducted an interview with Codemasters asking their Senior Game Designer a series of questions on BLIC 2007.25 Aug 2006James Nixon
The Fans' ViewCricket Web takes a look at the Pakistan walk-off saga through the eyes of the fans, via our Discussion Forum.21 Aug 2006Matt Pitt
The new Ian Botham?A look at just how important Andrew Flintoff is, not just to the English Cricket team, but to English sport as a whole.03 Aug 2006Martyn Corrin
Sign of things to come?The Top End Series showed a lot of promising signs for the future, in terms of both the competition itself and the players involved.28 Jul 2006Richard Edmunds
Tigers Embark on African SafariA short tour of Africa is all part of Bangladesh's World Cup preparations, but can Zimbabwe and Kenya turn around their own fortunes?25 Jul 2006George Roberts
A tribute to Freddie from IndiaIndians in the post independence India first heard of Fred Trueman at about the same time that they first heard of international cricket.15 Jul 2006Swaranjeet Singh
England at the crossroads?Michael Vaughan is less than 24 hours away from his fourth session under the surgeon's knife. Do any of the candidates measure up?02 Jul 2006Eddie Sanders
"It's just backing my ability"Kevin Pietersen's been on the International scene 16 months. What I could ask that everyone in the country didn't already know anyway?09 Jun 2006Neil Pickup
ECB launch broadband TV channelThe England and Wales Cricket Board launched its official broadband TV service, ECBtv, at the first npower Test last month at Lord's.02 Jun 2006James Nixon
NZC Player Contracts AnnouncedA career in South African cricket may be a bit further down the track for Mathew Sinclair after he was awarded an NZC contract today.01 Jun 2006Cricket Web Staff Member
The end of the road?After 16 years and 250 ODIs, Chris Harris may have made his last appearance for New Zealand.21 May 2006Richard Edmunds
Zimbabwe in WI: Series ReviewThey came, they participated, and they were conquered. Zimbabwe could not have expected much when they arrived in the Caribbean.16 May 2006Liam Camps
England v Sri Lanka: PreviewCricket Web looks ahead to what is a make-or-break time for the tourists, and the beginning of the Ashes warmup for the home side.09 May 2006George Roberts
Tough season ends on bright noteSouth Africa put painful memories of recent defeats at the hands of Australia behind them with a confidence-boosting win over NZ.08 May 2006Richard Edmunds
Aus in Bangladesh: Series ReviewWhile the results were as expected with Australia winning the test and ODI series, the way it happened was definitely not predictable.07 May 2006Michelle Hamberger
Zimbabwe in WI: Series PreviewBattered, bruised and desperate for revival. Does it matter that the West Indies and Zimbabwe do not have much in common otherwise?25 Apr 2006Liam Camps
A Captain's CenturyStephen Fleming, New Zealand's most successful captain, this week earnt his 100th Test cap in the first Test against South Africa.17 Apr 2006Richard Edmunds
England in India: Series ReviewWe were treated to three weeks of gripping Test match cricket - but then we had to pay for it with three weeks of increasingly limp ODI17 Apr 2006Neil Pickup
Easter Weekend CricketOn this morning the heat and humidity allow comfortably for dehydration and profuse sweating, and still it is a lovely day for cricket.15 Apr 2006Liam Camps
From None to Too ManyCricket Web lists the arguments for and against Australia's pacemen vying for a cap against Bangladesh.14 Apr 2006Nick Hancock
Cricket Web World Cup LaddersIt may be a year away, but the mere anticipation of the ICC World Cup has every international team scrambling and plotting.11 Apr 2006Liam Camps
Aus in Ban - Series PreviewAustralia tour Bangladesh as a test nation for the first time. What is the history between the teams? Who are the players to watch?08 Apr 2006Sean Fuller
Australia in SA - Series ReviewA tour that began with a promising South African win ended with Australia whitewashing the hosts in the Tests.05 Apr 2006Arunava Das
NZ in SA - PreviewHaving never won a series in South Africa, New Zealand face a tough task against a side out to regain some pride.04 Apr 2006Richard Edmunds
WI in NZ - Series ReviewGo figure that a series that began with the farcical happenings of a Twenty20 bowl-off ended in the soggy nature of Napier.31 Mar 2006Liam Camps
The Widening of Another GulfDespite suggestions of a closely fought series, Bangladesh thrashed Kenya 4-0, with one side on the up, and another sliding down.27 Mar 2006George Roberts
Fleming/Richardson Full CoverageSky Television have granted Cricket Web permission to bring to you the full video coverage from The National Bank Cricket Company.26 Mar 2006James Nixon
Building the Blocks in the WallBoth Sri Lanka and Bangladesh found plenty of positives to draw from their recent clash, but how significant are they for the future?16 Mar 2006George Roberts
Kenya in Bangladesh - PreviewThis basic premise considered carefully, the upcoming series between Bangladesh and Kenya probably would not sell many tickets.14 Mar 2006Liam Camps
Scripted For YouthIt was not a game for another Lara matchwinning ton. No, this time it was the game of the young guard. It was their turn to win it.13 Mar 2006Liam Camps
Fleming Rips into RichardsonBlack Caps captain Stephen Fleming has hit out at former team mate Mark Richardson today at Eden Park, calling him 'an idiot'.12 Mar 2006James Nixon
England Throws the GauntletA look back on the first Test between England and India, which for a large part, surprisingly, England dominated.08 Mar 2006Sudeep Popat
A week-long odyssey: Ken in ZimThe rest of world blinked and seemed to miss this week-long series, and from the evidence of the crowd turnouts, so did Zimbabwe.06 Mar 2006Liam Camps
Jack McNamara InterviewCricket Web forum member Jack McNamara was part of the Australian Under 19 squad at the World Cup. Here, he talks to Pratyush Khaitan.02 Mar 2006Neil Pickup
Cruising through a crisisBad knees, backs, form, "personal problems", and a Plunkett heel, and England head into another Test series. No pressure? Absolutely.27 Feb 2006Liam Camps
Australia in SA - PreviewSouth Africa have a point to prove after an unsuccessful and injury-plagued tour of Australia.20 Feb 2006Richard Edmunds
Sri Lanka v Bangladesh - PreviewLess than six months after their last meeting, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh are to play again, but the outcome is unlikely to be different.14 Feb 2006Alex Crampton
England in India - PreviewEngland go to India in February looking to recover from their 2-0 defeat at the hands of Pakistan late in 2005.12 Feb 2006Matt Pitt
WI in New Zealand - PreviewNot since 1995 has the West Indies won a series overseas against opposition other than Zimbabwe. That victory came in New Zealand.11 Feb 2006Liam Camps
Selectors in a spin againEngland's selectors have chosen Monty Panesar as the third spinner for their tour of India. But where will he fit in?30 Jan 2006Matt Pitt
A New Zealand IconThe 23rd of January 2006 saw the end of an era. After sixteen years at the top, Chris Cairns is moving on.23 Jan 2006Richard Edmunds
Captaincy For AllIn the wake of internal divisions and general poor form, Liam Camps looks at the captaincy situation in the West Indies.18 Jan 2006Liam Camps
Rawl Lewis - Spin Saviour?So long has the West Indies searched for a quality spin option, but now all can sleep easy with the second coming of Rawl Lewis.18 Jan 2006Liam Camps
New rules, same old gameThe ICC tried to spice up limited overs cricket with new rules in 2005, but has the game changed with the addition of these rules?09 Jan 2006Edward Jackson
VB Series 2006 PreviewThe 2006 triangular VB Series tournament featuring Australia, Sri Lanka and South Africa, kicks off this Friday.08 Jan 2006Arunava Das
Of Shampoo and Bold SelectionsWe review Sri Lanka's recent one-day tour of New Zealand with Sri Lanka being conformably beated 4-1.08 Jan 2006Andrew Marmont
Ponting Plays a TonIs Ricky Ponting the best Australian batsman since Sir Don Bradman? We analyse Ponting reaching the 100 Test mark.05 Jan 2006Archie Mac
India in 2005 - Part 1India ended 2005 with a different captain and coach than they started with. Here's a review of the happenings on and off the field.03 Jan 2006Sudeep Popat
Eng v Pak - Bring on IndiaCricket Web looks at the recent ODI series between Pakistan and England, one for the hosts to build upon but for the tourists to forget24 Dec 2005Alex Crampton
Tough task for Sri LankaSri Lanka aren't having the best year and face a tough task in foreign conditions against New Zealand.22 Dec 2005Richard Edmunds
Plenty of Positives despite LossAlthough the series was lost 2-1, New Zealand can be proud of their performance against the world champions.11 Dec 2005Richard Edmunds
New guard looking goodIt was a new-look Australian team which won the Chappell-Hadlee series and most of the new recruits showed how vital depth can be.10 Dec 2005Edward Jackson
South Africa in AustraliaSouth Africa arrive in Australia for a three test series for the first time in four years, and both sides have a lot to prove.10 Dec 2005Sean Fuller
A look at action re-modellingDo bowlers really recover after their action rehabilitation, or do they fall victim to this controversial matter?06 Dec 2005Harry Warwick
No tears for TaibuFollowing Captain Zimbabweam Tatenda Taibu's resignation from international cricket, CW goes in depth on the demise of Zimbabwe.05 Dec 2005Tom Bowman
Success: A Pakistani EvaluationA new look Pakistan has clinically beaten a tired England side, but what does the future hold for Inzamam and the rest of the team?04 Dec 2005George Roberts
The rebuild starts hereAfter a disappointing Ashes series, it was a new look Australia which took apart the West Indies over three Tests. Is it a new start?29 Nov 2005Edward Jackson
Mission Incomplete : WI in AusNo one expected glory from this bunch of West Indians. At best, the goal was to avoid a whitewash and retain some pride.29 Nov 2005Liam Camps
The Largeness of LaraWith a bat lift higher than Tiger Woods when driving on a par five. He has experienced the highs and lows of international fame28 Nov 2005Archie Mac
A tough ask without FlemingWe preview the highly anticipated Chappell-Hadlee series held in New Zealand for the first time.26 Nov 2005Andrew Marmont
Windies Test a false dawn?After the doubts raised by the Ashes series, Australia has surged back into form but is inferior opposition papering over the cracks?18 Nov 2005Edward Jackson
West Indian "Whodats" Part 2Moving on from the top order selection, we observe the three unfortunate players who feature in the middle order of this list.15 Nov 2005Liam Camps
More questions than answersNew Zealand were dealt a cricketing lesson by South Africa. The price of losing may have greater effects than previously imagined..09 Nov 2005Andrew Marmont
England in PakistanWith England & Pakistan about to lock horns once again, CW takes a trip down memory lane and remembers some very bad behaviour indeed.04 Nov 2005David Lewis
Keeping the FaithI don't know when it first struck me. Perhaps it was standing in the car park, asking forlornly who the team's wicketkeeper was.31 Oct 2005Neil Pickup
Australia's U19 Tour of IndiaJack McNamara brings to you his experiences on Australia's recent Under 19 tour of India.29 Oct 2005Jack McNamara
WI in Australia - PreviewShivnarine Chanderpaul's team of perennial underachievers will face the World Champions on their home turf and hungry for victory.26 Oct 2005Liam Camps
Chris Cairns - Is It Over?Chris Cairns has brought New Zealand supporters to their feet for more than a decade, but have we seen the last of him?25 Oct 2005Richard Edmunds
Sri Lanka in India - PreviewAfter fairly easy series against Bangladesh and Zimbabwe, India and Sri Lanka face each other, with plenty at stake for both sides.22 Oct 2005Alex Crampton
Pakistan the next big testTowards the end of this month England will be jetting out to take on Pakistan on their home patch for the first time in five years.13 Oct 2005Eddie Sanders
South Africa v NZ PreviewNew Zealand head back to Africa after a short break for an eagerly anticipated clash with South Africa.05 Oct 2005Richard Edmunds
Super Series PreviewWhat is at stake in the Super Series? What are the teams playing for, why will people be watching, and how do the teams shape up?04 Oct 2005Sean Fuller
Bangladesh in Sri Lanka - ReviewIn a series overshadowed by the conclusion of the Ashes and the Chappell-Ganguly spat, Sri Lanka comfortably defeated Bangladesh.27 Sep 2005Alex Crampton
Little Big Man of CricketSanath Jayasuriya became the first Sri Lankan player to reach the 100 Test mark, during the second Test against Bangladesh25 Sep 2005Archie Mac
Ganguly v Chappell: The Fall OutA chronology of one of the most controversial spats ever in Indian cricket, between the current captain and coach.25 Sep 2005Sudeep Popat
India in Zimbabwe - ReviewA series that will be remembered more for events off the field than on it.23 Sep 2005Richard Edmunds
300 Club; Welcome GillyDuring perhaps the greatest Ashes series not many people noticed that Adam Gilchrist has become member number four of the 300 club18 Sep 2005Archie Mac
Ashes Review - EnglandDavid Lewis casts his eye over England's heroic and not quite so heroic performers in the greatest Ashes series of them all.16 Sep 2005David Lewis
Ashes Review - AustraliaIn Australia's Ashes, how did the players fare? Who were the heroes, the villains, and who might never get the chance for redemption?15 Sep 2005Sean Fuller
Videocon Tri-Series ReviewThey came, they saw, they conquered - and then they got the heck out of there.10 Sep 2005Andrew Marmont
Zimbabwe v India PreviewAfter the triangular ODI series, India stay in Zimbabwe for two tests, a series that is really over before it has begun.10 Sep 2005Richard Edmunds
When Nostramadus Augured Sachin"This gentle, little giant is quite overburdened he gets too weary doing his job..."04 Sep 2005Rajgopal Nidamboor
Farewell Sir RichieThe omnipresence of Richie Benaud on the TV screens of British Cricket lovers will come to end at the completion of the 5th Ashes Test.03 Sep 2005Archie Mac
John Arlott Lives OnJohn Arlott's golden modulation ruled the waves during the golden age of the radio - the most formidable of all broadcasting endeavours30 Aug 2005Rajgopal Nidamboor
The Ashes So FarIn this article, the Ashes series currently being played is dissected and analysed to determine who has played well and who will win.22 Aug 2005Corey Taylor
Playing for India-Sourav GangulyThe Indian dailies today are full of Sourav Ganguly having joined the elite club of those having scored 10,000 ODI runs.06 Aug 2005Swaranjeet Singh
Preview: New Zealand in ZimbabweWe preview New Zealand's tour of Zimbabwe with the New Zealand lineup for the first test being announced.05 Aug 2005Andrew Marmont
Indian Fan's Surreal ExperienceWatching the Indian team yesterday in the first match of the Indian Oil Cup was a surrealistic experience.31 Jul 2005Swaranjeet Singh
Emerging Players TournamentAndrew Marmont presents a summary of the New Zealand Academy's performances in the recently completed series played in Australia. 17 Jul 2005Andrew Marmont
The Story Of The Ashes - Part 2The second part of three takes us from the aftermath of Laker's Old Trafford wonder-show right up to the Centenary Test in 1977.15 Jul 2005Eddie Sanders
NatWest Series - Player ReviewSean Fuller brings to you his NatWest Series Player Review detailing all players performances during the recent concluded series.03 Jul 2005Sean Fuller
New Zealand Cricket ContractsAndrew Marmont looks at whether there is an issue with New Zealand Cricket having only 20 top players securing contracts for 2005-6. 26 Jun 2005Andrew Marmont
The Ashes Preview - Part 1Eddie Sanders presents to you part one of his three part series in previewing the 2005 Ashes.11 Jun 2005Eddie Sanders
In Tears and Mad EndingsThe premise: West Indian cricket let out another death gasp at the Kensington Oval. Madness, lunacy, blood and tears. 13 May 2005Liam Camps
Guest Article: The Indian FanHave Indian fans matured enough which makes them cricket fans more than cricket fanatics than ever before in the past?17 Apr 2005Sudeep Popat
WI Cricket : The Missing MenA brief look at the outstanding West Indian cricketers who missed out on the pool of 22 in consideration to play South Africa.22 Mar 2005Liam Camps
Beige Brigade Interview!The recent Twenty20 international between NZ and AUS has brought back the passion for Beige and we bring you an exclusive interview.15 Mar 2005James Nixon
Sponsorships - Wider EffectThe disputes between the WI players and their board of control is a pre-cursor for what is to come worldwide.05 Mar 2005Corey Taylor
SA vs England Series ReviewWith the series over, we identify the heroes and villains and comment on the lessons learnt. Plus all the test and one-day statistics.16 Feb 2005David Lewis
Jan 2005 - Hogging The LimelightSouth Africa and England sat at the forefront of the month's cricket, and Monday afternoon at the Wanderers stood tall in the series...11 Feb 2005Neil Pickup
Aus/Pak/Wi: VB Series PreviewAustralia's annual triangular ODI series kicks off again in Melbourne on the 14th on January, with Pakistan and the West Indies.13 Jan 2005Adam Collins
Stat. Profile #3 : Saeed AnwarSaeed Anwar's career statistics vary in such a manner to suggest him as a 'streaky' player. Read on to find out if that is a fair view.18 Dec 2004Liam Camps
SA V Eng: Series PreviewMost neutrals are making England hot favourites for this series, but I reckon it's going to be a very close, and very lively affair.04 Dec 2004David Lewis
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