The England selectors will soon have to turn their minds to the trip to India this winter, but are unlikely to make the same decisions their predecessors did 40 years ago. In this feature David Taylor recalls the 1972/73 series.
Being an England supporter has never been easy. There have always been ups and downs, often difficult to foresee, and the Ashes summer of 1997 is a classic example. In this feature Martin remembers the early part of that series.
To his devotees the greatest all-round cricketer since Sobers; to his critics a flat-track bully who fails to dominate against the best. Gareth Bland examines the extraordinary career of Jacques Kallis.