West Indies great Sir Viv Richards gives his views on the battle between Test cricket and Twenty20 - and reveals the best three bowlers he ever faced.
How the Delhi smog is affecting cricket.
And, we'll take you to the tropical island in the South Atlantic where cricket has been played for more than 200 years.
Photo: Sir Viv Richards (Getty Images)
Does Shakib deserve sympathy or scorn?
As protests break out in Bangladesh following Shakib Al Hasan's corruption ban, we'll ask whether the game should have any sympathy for the star all-rounder who failed to report illegal approaches from a bookmaker.
It's party time in Papua New Guinea and Namibia as both teams reach the men's Twenty20 World Cup for the first time.
And meet the Pakistani women's star breaking new ground in Australia.
Photo: Shakib Al Hasan (Getty Images)
Does English cricket need The Hundred?
British sporting history was made this week with the first ever draft held for the new 100 ball competition which will take place next year in the UK. Alison Mitchell, Geoff Lemon and Charu Sharma discuss whether this format will be a success. Will it live up to the hype?
And we hear from former Sri Lanka international Kumar Sangakkara on his new role as the president of the Marylebone Cricket Club.
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World Twenty20: Can Singapore join the party?
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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