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Wisden Cricket Monthly has returned to the newsstand as a fresh, contemporary magazine from the most trusted name in cricket writing.


Wisden’s famous yellow book, the Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack, continues to set the standard for insightful writing and comprehensive coverage of the game, and Wisden Cricket Monthly magazine will show a similar commitment to these values.


Every issue features big-name interviews and columnists, original and entertaining features and extensive coverage of international, county and club cricket, as well as coaching tips, book reviews and competitions. 


Subscribing to the digital version of Wisden Cricket Monthly is the cheapest and easiest way to read the very best cricket writing wherever you are! 


 

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Issue 78 In the new issue of Wisden Cricket Monthly, out June 6, we celebrate James Anderson’s extraordinary, unrepeatable career by tracking his progress from greenhorn tearaway to England’s greatest bowler of all time. Diving deep into the CricViz archive, Rob Smyth analyses the different stages of Anderson’s career and explores what makes him so special. We also mark the start of the Men’s T20 World Cup in the Caribbean and US by giving you the lowdown on all 20 teams – including a special feature on Uganda, a new cricketing nation on the world stage – while Tim Wigmore explains why this tournament could be described as the sport’s first genuinely global event, Jo Harman hails the long-awaited return of Jofra Archer and Mel Farrell speaks to Daren Sammy, West Indies’ head coach who’s bidding for a third World Cup title. And Cameron Ponsonby gets in the swing by having a net with Julian Wood, the power-hitting guru. Elsewhere, we cover an absorbing first half of the County Championship season in ‘The County Files’ with stories on all 18 clubs, Raf Nicholson reports on the opening exchanges in the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy, we speak to Geoff Miller about playing for England and leading the selection panel, and Tymal Mills remembers the day when his life changed forever. Our columnists are in fine form, too: Mark Ramprakash considers the impact of The Hundred on the wider English game, Andrew Miller gets to the bottom of Monty Panesar’s political escapade, Lawrence Booth tackles the issue of the domestic schedule, and guest columnist Matt Roller reflects on a run-glut of an IPL.


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In the new issue of Wisden Cricket Monthly, out June 6, we celebrate James Anderson’s extraordinary, unrepeatable career by tracking his progress from greenhorn tearaway to England’s greatest bowler of all time. Diving deep into the CricViz archive, Rob Smyth analyses the different stages of Anderson’s career and explores what makes him so special.

We also mark the start of the Men’s T20 World Cup in the Caribbean and US by giving you the lowdown on all 20 teams – including a special feature on Uganda, a new cricketing nation on the world stage – while Tim Wigmore explains why this tournament could be described as the sport’s first genuinely global event, Jo Harman hails the long-awaited return of Jofra Archer and Mel Farrell speaks to Daren Sammy, West Indies’ head coach who’s bidding for a third World Cup title. And Cameron Ponsonby gets in the swing by having a net with Julian Wood, the power-hitting guru.

Elsewhere, we cover an absorbing first half of the County Championship season in ‘The County Files’ with stories on all 18 clubs, Raf Nicholson reports on the opening exchanges in the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy, we speak to Geoff Miller about playing for England and leading the selection panel, and Tymal Mills remembers the day when his life changed forever.

Our columnists are in fine form, too: Mark Ramprakash considers the impact of The Hundred on the wider English game, Andrew Miller gets to the bottom of Monty Panesar’s political escapade, Lawrence Booth tackles the issue of the domestic schedule, and guest columnist Matt Roller reflects on a run-glut of an IPL.
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Wisden Cricket Monthly has returned to the newsstand as a fresh, contemporary magazine from the most trusted name in cricket writing.


Wisden’s famous yellow book, the Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack, continues to set the standard for insightful writing and comprehensive coverage of the game, and Wisden Cricket Monthly will show a similar commitment to covering, analysing and celebrating the game in all its forms.


Every issue features big-name interviews and columnists, original and entertaining features, and extensive coverage of international, county and club cricket, as well as coaching tips, book reviews and competitions. 


The magazine is edited by Phil Walker and Jo Harman, both formerly of All Out Cricket, supported by editor-at-large, John Stern, and an editorial board of journalists, broadcasters and former players including David 'Bumble' Lloyd' and Almanack editor Lawrence Booth.


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