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 •  What is the yellow symbol the Australian players have on their shirt collars in this Ashes series?
Also, what's the longest spell by a fast bowler in a Test?
 •  The beauty of the Test match game now? Everybody goes at it like mad dogs
We talk about poor techniques and slow over rates, but now more than ever, as Lord's showed, the play is the thing, and it has everybody hooked.
 •  Why Smith '19 reminds us of Bradman '30
There are striking parallels between the stellar runs of form of the two Australians
 •  A tale of match-fixing, told by a cop
A new novel looks at nefarious doings in the women's game in Pakistan
 •  Did you know we just had a disability cricket World Cup?
Chances are you didn't, and that's just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the problems faced by disability cricket
 •  What is the longest gap between World Cup matches for any player?
And is Rahkeem Cornwall set to become the heaviest Test cricketer ever?
 •  England's allrounders give Root options and flair
It is a happy coincidence that they currently have so many multi-skilled players
 •  The Mighty #
Hashim Amla leaves the international stage having made a mark on not just his fellow cricketers, but on athletes across the globe.
 •  If you want life lessons, watch Dale Steyn bowl
He was compelling to watch when at his best, but also when he struggled, because he revelled in those moments, never once giving up
 •  Smith's innings spoke of the beauty and power of human reform
He has said that his year out of the game made him resolve to make up for lost time. He began that mission in earnest against England
 •  Who has made the most runs in an Ashes Test only to end on the losing side?
Also, which bowlers have the most caught-and-bowled dismissals in each format?
 •  'The best in the business, the greatest of his generation'
In a bid to prolong his career, Dale Steyn retires from Tests. He leaves as one the greatest ever to play the longest format, well liked and respected by his peers
 •  Should Smith move up to No. 3, like Root?
But Tim Paine will have his work cut out to make a convincing case
 •  Are England ready for the Ashes?
Coming off a tense World Cup win, an escape in the Ireland Test, and battling top-order problems, are they in the right frame of mind to take on Australia over seven weeks?
 •  Is 20 wickets a record for the first day of a Lord's Test?
And was Ireland's 38 at Lord's the lowest score in the fourth innings of any Test?
 •  'There won't be another toe crusher like Malinga'
Tributes poured in from around the cricketing world as Lasith Malinga signed off from ODIs with a classic performance
 •  Has there been a tied Super Over decided by boundary count before the 2019 World Cup final?
And what's the record for most centuries scored by all players in a World Cup?
 •  England under the hammer
A new film about the No. 1 Test side of the early 2010s looks at what pressure does to a team
 •  Two things we learned from the World Cup
The balance between bat and ball is vital; and the DRS needs to be wholly in the hands of the umpires
 •  The World Cup on social media
 •  Who bowled the most dot balls in the 2019 World Cup?
He ended up on the winning side... just about
 •  Look ma, no fingernails
Astonishing, unprecedented, lucky, smart, brilliant, unlucky, flattering, faltering, preposterous - the World Cup final was all that and more
 •  'Sharing a trophy is better than deciding on more boundaries'
Was the boundary count tiebreaker a fair way to decide the champions? Former cricketers tweeted their disagreement with the rule
 •  'The best white-ball game of all time!'
Scores level after 100 overs. Scores level after the Super Over. England beat New Zealand 26-17 on the number of boundaries hit in the final to become world champions. Can't believe it? That's how the sporting fraternity reacted as well
 •  The man from Tauranga and the one from Rush
Which one will end up holding the trophy come Sunday evening?
 •  Ethiopian delights and Colombo evenings
What's a World Cup tour writer's life like? All about recording podcasts in cemeteries and being mistaken for a taxi driver, of course
 •  'The best thing for our beautiful game, a 1st time winner!'
The reactions following England's eight-wicket win over five-time and defending champions Australia at Edgbaston
 •  'Let's go one better than 2015' - Elliott
Elation and disappointment: the reactions to New Zealand's 18-run win over India in the World Cup semi-final at Old Trafford
 •  Why it is important for England to win this World Cup
They have waited a long time for this, and made it through to the pointy end after a few wake-up calls. Never have they had a team better equipped to achieve glory
 •  Has Rohit Sharma broken the record for most runs in a single World Cup?
And who has scored the most runs in ODIs without ever appearing in the World Cup?
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