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Stories of 2014
Stories of 2014 Features

Stories of 2014

We look back at some of the biggest stories from our cricket coverage over the last 12 months...

Jimmy v Alastair Features

Jimmy v Alastair

Jimmy Anderson and Alastair Cook took a break from cricket to square off in a one-leg darts showdown.

Give it some welly! Features

Give it some welly!

England's Ravi Bopara takes to The Zone to explain how batsmen can get rewards on fast and bouncy tracks.

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Cricket Podcast plus

England Women's Nat Sciver and Katherine Brunt talk Australia, awards and umpiring...

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Sky Cricket Podcast

Bob Willis reflects on England's disappointing defeat to Sri Lanka in the seven-match ODI series.

Feast of Cricket Features

Feast of Cricket

Join us for a feast of cricket this Christmas featuring NZ v SL, Aus v India, SA v WI and the Big Bash!

The key questions Features

The key questions

After another series defeat, our pundits identify where England are going wrong in ODI cricket.

Analysing Alastair Features

Analysing Alastair

Is Alastair Cook's batting technique in ODI cricket faulty? Michael Carberry examines at the SkyPad...

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Taylor fires England to win

James Taylor fired a vital fifty to guide England past India and into the Carlton Mid ODI Series final.

Final a fillip for England: Lloyd

England can take great heart from reaching Sunday's Tri-Series final with a tough win over India, says David Lloyd.

Graves gets ECB nomination

Yorkshire chairman Colin Graves has been nominated for the role of ECB chairman by the counties and Marylebone Cricket Club.

Gloucestershire appoint Dawson

Richard Dawson has left Yorkshire to become first XI coach at Gloucestershire.

Amir back from spot-fixing ban

Mohammad Amir, the convicted spot-fixer, has been cleared to play domestic cricket in Pakistan after an early end to his ban.

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Lloyd on World Cup

Lloyd on World Cup

In the first of our new series, two-time winning captain Clive Lloyd tells us why he loves the Cricket World Cup.

World Cup Flashback

World Cup Flashback

Andy Bichel’s 7-20 and 34no destroyed England in 2003. Has there been a better all-round display?

World Cup Classics: West Indies implode against Australia in 1996

World Cup Classics: West Indies implode against Australia in 1996

Richie Richardson’s hopes of bowing out of one-day cricket as a World Cup-winning skipper were thwarted as the West Indies imploded against Australia to suffer their first ever semi-final defeat.