Can Singapore continue their amazing rise by reaching the finals of the men's Twenty20 World Cup?
Plus new regulations forcing Irish cricketers to decide between club and country.
And why an Australian all-rounder only has himself to blame for the freak injury that's ruled him out of the start of their Test summer.
Photo: West Indies celebrate World T20 in 2014 (Getty Images)
Silverwood on the Ashes, Brexit and karate
England's new head coach Chris Silverwood tells us his plan for winning back the Ashes in Australia - and how a black belt in karate has helped him develop the skills to succeed in international cricket.
Plus, rugby league's "Woman of Steel" Courtney Hill on why the new riches flooding into women's cricket might tempt her back to the sport she quit last year.
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Can anyone stop Australia's women?
After more record-breaking feats from Australia's women's team, we'll ask whether their domination is damaging the credibility of the women's game.
Plus, Afghanistan's new head coach Lance Klusener tells us what attracted him to one of the toughest jobs in cricket - and explains why his former team-mate Gary Kirsten is the right man to lead England.
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England's new fast bowling hope
Meet Saqib Mahmood, the exciting young fast bowler England have picked to meet fire with fire in the next Ashes series.
Plus, as confusion reigns in the Indian batting order - are teams overthinking their Twenty20 tactics?
And the 43-year-old all-rounder whose recent heroics with bat and bowl have earned him a 23rd year on the English county circuit.
Photo: Saqib Mahmood (Getty Images)
A summer like no other
Reflections on a blockbuster summer of cricket in which England won the World Cup and Australia retained the Ashes.
Should Steve Smith return to the Australia captaincy next year? Can England's next coach plug the holes in their batting order?
As Cricket Australia's chief executive reveals plans for more lucrative matches with India, where would that leave the sport's poorer nations?
Plus, an insider's guide to the workings of Spidercam.
Photo: Steve Smith and Ben Stokes