That is the choice cricket has to make. While some of baseball’s greatest remain outside its Hall of Fame, cricket has been far too forgiving of its wrongdoers
The BCCI looks after its own interests. But how are the other boards, whose decisions are often made with an eye on the fistful of Indian Rupees, any different?
In a week that has seen a seismic result in club football, we look back 18 years to the four days that saw West Indies cricket knocked off the perch it had occupied for nearly two decades
It’s not Tests v Twenty20 that we should be talking about. There’s good cricket, and there’s poor cricket, and neither is exclusive to one format
If you could go back in time, which cricketers would you watch and why?
That India’s domestic T20 league is eating away at cricket’s foundations may just be a myth fanned by far-fetched punditry and lopsided coverage
Unlike other sports, cricket doesn’t even pay lip service to fairness, with itineraries hopelessly skewed in favour of England, India and Australia.
Australian cricket needs to learn from its past to forge a bright future