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Wisden Cricket Monthly Magazine

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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.


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Wisden Cricket Monthly  |  July 2022  


In the new issue of Wisden Cricket Monthly, out June 16, James Anderson gives a candid two-part interview to Felix White – conducted before and after the Lord’s Test – about a challenging few months, the unadulterated pleasure he still gets from bowling, and a fresh start under new leadership.

“My immediate response was to prove that I can still play at the highest level,” England’s greatest ever bowler tells his Tailenders co-host on the experience of being dropped from the Test squad earlier this year. “I just knew I wasn’t done yet."

Elsewhere, we profile two northern lights embarking on their England careers, Matt Potts of Durham and Yorkshire’s Harry Brook, and examine how and where they learnt their craft, Matt Parkinson gives the inside story on his bizarre and long-awaited Test debut, and the masterful Jeremy Coney speaks to James Wallace about earning the right to have fun.

We have 15 pages of county news and interviews including conversations with Will Smeed, Jack Haynes and Will Jacks, while Daniel Brigham revisits the wizardry of Wasim and Waqar on Pakistan’s famously fractious 1992 tour of England.

Phil Walker delivers a special feature on the ingrained elitism in English cricket and how it’s being countered, Angus Fraser reflects on his wicket-laden career, and we consider the wider impact the FairBreak Invitational tournament could have on the women’s game.

Our crack team of columnists cover the most pressing issues, with Andrew Miller criticising the appointment of Sir Dave Brailsford to the ECB’s high-performance review, Lawrence Booth welcoming the fresh eyes of Brendon McCullum, Mark Ramprakash examining the importance of batting positions, and Geoff Lemon reflecting on the extraordinary life and career of Andrew Symonds. Before the brilliant Andy Zaltzman rounds things off with a deep dive into the number 14.

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.


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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Well-written and incisive

Initially, I bought the subscription because of the price, not really expecting much more than a summary of what was happening in cricket.

However, every issues has been excellent. The articles are well-researched, concise and have a point to make. Every editorial has a something to say about what is needed to change in cricket and the magazine in general is not afraid to call out injustices, wasted opportunities and mismanagement in cricket.

Absolutely recommend reading this.
Reviewed 13 April 2022

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Top read Reviewed 28 January 2021
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Absolute reading pleasure. Reviewed 24 July 2020
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A great read! Reviewed 25 June 2020
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Wisden Cricket Monthly

If you like cricket... you'll LOVE THIS! Reviewed 02 June 2020

Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Wisden Cricket Monthly July 2022.

10,000 REASONS TO BE THANKFUL "Genius attaches itself to outlandish showmanship more commonly than the endless repetition of near perfection. Watching Root through the last 12 months, I wonder if the definition is rather...
England v New Zealand | First Test, Lord’s New Zealand 132 (de Grandhomme 42; Potts 4-13, Anderson 4-66) & 285 (Mitchell 108, Blundell 96; Potts 3-55, Broad 3-76) v England 141 (Crawley 43; Southee 4-55, Boult 3-21) & 279-5 (Root...
Strauss goes off track in his appointment of cycling supremo Wisden Cricket Monthly columnist, UK editor of ESPNcricinfo and former editor of The Cricketer @miller_cricket On the eve of a potentially dicey run-chase in the first Test at Lord’s, Stuar...
What’s in a number? Former England batter and current Middlesex batting coach @MarkRamprakash Ricky Ponting averaged 56.27 as a Test No.3 after acclimatising to the top level in the middle order The...
McCullum’s non-Englishness could be his greatest asset Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack editor and Daily Mail writer @the_topspin Maybe it’s a coincidence,” said Brendon McCullum with a chuckle. “We’ll find out.” He had just been asked why England’s...
Andrew Symonds: all-rounder in excelsis Australian writer and broadcaster @GeoffLemonSport Symonds died on May 14 in a single-car accident near Townsville, Queensland If there were one way to remember Andrew Symo...

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