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Ian Chappell leads his team out

The most badass skipper ever

Ian Chappell was a man to be reckoned with, as South Australia's administration found out during the 1975-76 Sheffield season. A new book has the story

Learie Constantine and Jack Hobbs share a laugh


A colossus named Connie

Learie Constantine's influence on life and cricket in the West Indies and in his adopted home, England, went far beyond his deeds on the field

Cope's biography provides an intriguing window into a Yorkshire side approaching the end of its dominance

The offie who coped

Former Yorkshire and England offspinner Geoff Cope's biography is a good-natured, insightful look back at the career of a man who was no stranger to adversity

Cricket Captain 2017 includes every major franchise T20 competition

Cricket Captain 2017

Aye aye captain

Some familiar quibbles and feature deficiencies aside, Cricket Captain remains cricket's foremost management and simulation game

Ken Farnes and Hedley Verity return to England at the end of the 1939 tour of South Africa

Edging Towards Darkness

The game that didn't end

At Kingsmead in 1939, with war looming over Europe, England and South Africa kept playing and playing and playing

Cover of Wisden 2017

Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2017

A glocal celebration of the game

This year's Wisden Cricketer's Almanack casts its eye around England and the world, and acknowledges cricket's role in society at large

Ben Stokes struck his fourth Test century

Firestarter: Me, Cricket and the Heat of the Moment

Categorically Ben

It is easy to pigeonhole Stokes as a brash, combative allrounder, but there's more to him - as his frank autobiography reveals