Jack Hobbs

Graeme Swann's All-time XI

Graeme Swann's All-time XI

Courtesy Lord's Cricket Ground: The golden trio of Bradman, Lara and Tendulkar, along with a unique choice for second spinner, feature in the former read more

Smith can surpass me as batsman: Ponting

Australian legend says current skipper’s challenge will be to sustain excellence over a period of time read more

Yuvraj or Misbah, the one number that shouldn’t count

In a young man’s game, the veterans have less room to fail, but it would be read more

The incredible story of Captain L. B. W. Woodman (1894–1981)

He fashioned a leg brace that allowed him to fit an old stump as a madly conceived read more

Cricket games: The stuff of life

In December 1972, when Owzat! came home, any chance the writer had of a proper career went up in smoke

Test cricket firsts: How Shaw, Grace and Murdoch made history

Part I: The pioneers of the longest format of the game and their achievements from 1877 to 1929

Ashes 2015: Numbers behind a hoary tradition

Australia hold the edge in head-to-head records, but England have been strong at home in the past decade

Voges, and the age-old question

The oldest debutant, the oldest skipper and the oldest World Cup winner all belong to an era gone by

Virat Kohli: The brat grows up

India have lost all four Test series since Tendulkar retired, but Kohli’s batting has been one of the high points

May: Highest impact in tough decade

The English batsman played a dominant role in his team reaching the summit of Test cricket and staying there

Bradman named Wisden World XI captain
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  • Oct 23, 2013

Tendulkar, Warne, Akram among modern greats in team to mark Almanack’s 150th anniversary

Ashes: The history in numbers

From Bradman and Hobbs' runs to Warne and Botham's wickets - a complete history of the Ashes by numbers

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