Cook and Root showed discipline, Pakistan didn’t

England put their best foot forward at Old Trafford; they might have been a bit complacent at Lord’s after the easy win over Sri Lanka

Hint of overreach in Lodha’s clean-up act

If the recommendations can rid Indian cricket of policial and bureaucratic corruption, then we might well have a roadmap for all sports to follow

Antigua Adventures: A heady mix of The King, the Prince and jaw-dropping Kumble

Throw in the beaches, the carnival and impeccable road manners, and the drudgery of travel takes a backseat

A Murali doosra like no other

The offspinner’s presence in the Australian camp is evidence that he has moved on from an unsavoury past

To be a good physio, you need the players’ trust: Gloster

Former Indian team physiotherapist holds forth on emotion, workload management and the need to stay insulated from extraneous pressures

'Ireland cricket has gone from famine to feast'

Warren Deutrom on the associate nation's ambitions, a packed calendar, and why their players may not feature in England in future seasons

IPL was a turnaround for Rahul
“IPL was a turnaround for Rahul”

Virat Kohli: We always play for results, and the Sabina Park pitch is one that produces results – that’s exciting

Don’t think I need to worry too much
“Don’t think I need to worry too much”

Cheteshwar Pujara: We are all young, we have played a lot of cricket together and we know each other really well

First-class cricket before the war: Last men in

John Manners and Leo Harrison are the only two men alive to have played first-class cricket in England before World War II

Kumar Sangakkara retires: In perspective - even the obsession

The Sri Lankan dressing room will madly miss the mischievous, quick-witted and charming character that he was