The Cricketers' Who's Who 2023

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The Cricketers' Who's Who 2023

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While not spinning the ball significantly, Rashid Khan’s leggies have become one of the most effective weapons in white-ball cricket. The 44th edition tells you all you need to know about every player from all 18 counties and includes an expanded women's section to take in the new female cricketers who turned professional last year as well as the England Women squad. Inevitably compared to the Fab Four, Azam has surpassed several of that quartet over the last couple of years. Accurate and with a hard-to-pick googly, Khan has flourished across numerous short-form leagues and has a stellar record for Afghanistan in over 150 white-ball matches. Then again, Alastair Cook does mention in the 2013 foreword that CWW has been a key source for Graeme Swann’s sledges and dressing room “bants” over the years, so maybe it does have some things to answer for.

Since debuting for Pakistan as a teenager, Shaheen Shah Afridi has wasted no time establishing himself as one of the premier bowlers in world cricket. To others the book will provide heart and soul and colour to the black and white names on the scorecard. The pages are stacked full of information, quirks and great analysis of the game, as well as being a wonderful record. The move was disastrous for Sproat, pushing him into the political wilderness for the next nine years, but did at least mean he could concentrate on CWW.

He averages over 60 in Test cricket, and while a relatively limited white-ball player, he possesses a great record in ODIs. According to the ICC rankings, he is also the number one all-rounder in T20Is and ODIs, while placing third in Tests. In the white-ball arena, his ability to mix yorkers and hostile short deliveries makes him a challenge both with the new ball and at the death.

Asked how to go about dismissing Steve Smith, Jack Leach responds simply: “Keep my foot behind the line. Launched in 2010, the Wisden Cricket Photograph of the Year is open to all photographers, amateur or professional, from across the world.The professional contracts at the time not stretching to 12 months, all but the most well-off or successful players had to find winter employment. Pre-purchased Restaurant Six gift vouchers can only be redeemed in person when dining within the establishment, within the outlined timeframe stated on the voucher.

It reflects on the extraordinary life of Shane Warne, who died at the age of 52, with a superb assessment by Gideon Haigh, first-person recollections from several of his Test victims, and a statistical analysis by Andy Zaltzman. You wouldn’t be surprised if it turned out that Mike Hendrick put his long seamer’s fingers to candlestick making come November (close … he did in fact work for the electricity board). The 160th edition of the most famous sports book in the world – published every year since 1864 – contains some of the world’s finest sports writing.If you’re looking for something else to watch, check out our TV Guide or Streaming Guide, or visit our Sport hub for all the latest news.

Over the years, players used to fill in forms for each other with predictable results – local libraries must have forever been running low on the Kama Sutra if the answers to “What’s your favourite book?

New from G2 is a Palace Legends V-Neck T-Shirt featuring Michael Wylie's typographical football design including all the big name players, managers, trophies and events that have shaped the history of the South London premier league club. Not only are players’ heights listed (as they are in current editions) but weight too; some of the less lissom no doubt rounding down their stats before sending them to Sproat. Over the next 26 pages we preview the new season, analysing how the 18 counties are shaping up, speaking to a quartet of skippers about the challenges they face, picking out a handful of emerging talents, and profiling two clubs with big ambitions. Following a golden era for South African fast bowling led by Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel, Rabada has become the leader of the attack. View image in fullscreen Ian Botham in 1981, the year he warned in his Cricketers’ Who’s Who entry of the dangers of ‘playing too many matches’.

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