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Zimbabwe v India
1st Test, Bulawayo
India won by eight wickets
India were always in the ascendancy in this game, but for a bright Flower brothers partnership on the third afternoon... MORE

England v Pakistan
2nd Test, Old Trafford
Pakistan won by 108 runs
Series 1-1

The weather turned in a good performance, considering my six weeks working at Old Trafford bringing all but a day's play, and the pitch, after mixed previews was the setting for a belter of a match... MORE

Zimbabwe v Bangladesh
2nd Test, Harare
Zimbabwe won by 6 wickets
Zimbabwe won series 2-0

Again Bangladesh showed some encouraging signs on the batting front, but their bowling lacked enough collective penetration and allowed Zimababwe to dictate the match and the series result...MORE

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Monday 26th November 2001

And the new cricket crisis rumbles on...

Where does it all lead...?

"In my mind the current match against South Africa is official, which will make Sehwag eligible to play against England,” Jagmohan Dalmiya

What exactly does Mr Dalmiya hope to acheive...MORE

November25 2001

The 'Denness-gate' affair

Do the right thing?

It's times like these that make me wonder about all the events that nobody sees, Jagmohan Dalmiya obviously has cricket-related chip on his shoulder the size of Asia which needs to be dealt with by the ICC, face to face...MORE

October 26th 2001



How can the average England supporter be expected to understand how Nasser and the rest of the touring team are feeling about being in India, while 500 miles away the major world superpower wages war on the Taliban. There are dangers all over the world, some that we are probably not even aware of...MORE

May 24 2001
Match-fixing report released
Well it has taken him more than eighty days, in fact he still has outposts of the game to trek through, quizzing the locals about their betting shenanigans knowledge...MORE

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