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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.


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 75 In the new Wisden Cricket Monthly, out on February 22, we celebrate West Indies’ stunning win at the Gabba – their first Test victory in Australia for 27 years – with a special issue on cricket in the Caribbean, past and present. Daniel Gallan kicks things off by examining the state of play in the region, speaking to Windies CEO Johnny Grave, Ian Bishop and Test skipper Kraigg Brathwaite, before Santokie Nagulendran of the Caribbean Cricket Podcast delves into the love and loss of supporting his team and Vaneisa Baksh draws parallels between two Brisbane epics, 64 years apart. In the first of a new series, Rob Smyth, with the help of CricViz’s unrivalled archive, investigates which batters fared best (and worst) against the Windies quicks of their golden age, Jo Harman speaks to Michael Holding about how that formidable battery operated, and we revisit the West Indies’ 1950 tour of England and the emergence of the Three Ws. Elsewhere, we reveal the best kit on the market in our 2024 Gear Test, present all the domestic and international fixtures for the forthcoming English season in our beautifully crafted wallchart, and Katya Witney examines how the Women’s Premier League in India can build on the success of its inaugural year. We have all the usual brilliance from our columnists Lawrence Booth and Andrew Miller, while Ollie Robinson gives the insider’s view from England’s tour of India and Phil Walker considers Ben Stokes’ legacy as he plays his 100th Test match. There’s also coaching tips from Mark Ramprakash ahead of the new season, a candid interview with former Surrey captain Rory Hamilton-Brown, a look back at Test cricket’s most notorious 99s, and John Stern takes a trip to Gloucestershire to speak to the club’s new (but very familiar) head coach.


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In the new Wisden Cricket Monthly, out on February 22, we celebrate West Indies’ stunning win at the Gabba – their first Test victory in Australia for 27 years – with a special issue on cricket in the Caribbean, past and present.

Daniel Gallan kicks things off by examining the state of play in the region, speaking to Windies CEO Johnny Grave, Ian Bishop and Test skipper Kraigg Brathwaite, before Santokie Nagulendran of the Caribbean Cricket Podcast delves into the love and loss of supporting his team and Vaneisa Baksh draws parallels between two Brisbane epics, 64 years apart.

In the first of a new series, Rob Smyth, with the help of CricViz’s unrivalled archive, investigates which batters fared best (and worst) against the Windies quicks of their golden age, Jo Harman speaks to Michael Holding about how that formidable battery operated, and we revisit the West Indies’ 1950 tour of England and the emergence of the Three Ws.

Elsewhere, we reveal the best kit on the market in our 2024 Gear Test, present all the domestic and international fixtures for the forthcoming English season in our beautifully crafted wallchart, and Katya Witney examines how the Women’s Premier League in India can build on the success of its inaugural year.

We have all the usual brilliance from our columnists Lawrence Booth and Andrew Miller, while Ollie Robinson gives the insider’s view from England’s tour of India and Phil Walker considers Ben Stokes’ legacy as he plays his 100th Test match.

There’s also coaching tips from Mark Ramprakash ahead of the new season, a candid interview with former Surrey captain Rory Hamilton-Brown, a look back at Test cricket’s most notorious 99s, and John Stern takes a trip to Gloucestershire to speak to the club’s new (but very familiar) head coach.
read more read less

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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