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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.

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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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Wisden Cricket Monthly  |  February 2023  


In the latest issue of Wisden Cricket Monthly, out January 19, John Stern examines how Ben Stokes’ bold and unconventional leadership sparked England's outstanding Test series win in Pakistan and considers where it sits in their all-time list of overseas victories.

Elsewhere, we bid farewell to 2022 by selecting a men’s Test XI and women’s cross-format team of the last year, Ricky Ponting speaks to Mel Farrell about his concerns for the future of Test cricket and the fallout from Justin Langer’s ousting, Phil Walker explores the burgeoning business of women’s cricket, and Liam Brickhill reports on Zimbabwe’s heartening resurgence. .. read more

Mark Ramprakash, Anya Shrubsole and John Simpson share their expertise in our coaching section, Craig White reflects on his eventful career, Gary Pratt tells James Wallace he'd have swapped that run out in 2005 for a few more years on the county circuit, and in a candid interview John Hollioake, father of Adam and Ben, talks Jo Harman through a fairytale story with a tragic ending.

As for our columnists, Andrew Miller argues the global game is reaping the rewards of the much-maligned county system, Adam Collins tells us what Australians really think of Bazball, and Lawrence Booth, reflecting on Rehan Ahmed’s wonderful debut at Karachi, considers the benefits or otherwise of throwing teenagers into the heat of battle.  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.


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.
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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 February 2023.

Brook: No argument WISDEN CRICKET MONTHLY Pick out a shot from a million and more. A single solitary hit to lodge in the hippocampus. It’s tricky, right? Sifting through all that content for a true or...
THE Top Six PHOTO BY WILLIAM WEST No.1  David Warner marks his 100th Test by reaching three figures on day two of the Boxing Day Test against South Africa at the MCG. The 36-year-old op...
IPL bidding war shows the lofty standing of English talent Wisden Cricket Monthly columnist, UK editor of ESPNcricinfo and former editor of The Cricketer @miller_cricket Despite a Bazball-inspired annus mirabilis that delivered nine Test wins in ...
Team of the Month 1. Ishan Kishan India Drafted in for the final match of a series India had already lost to Bangladesh, Kishan became the seventh man to score an ODI double-century, blitzing 210 from ...
Believe the Ashes hype – it ’s needed more than ever Wisden Cricket Monthly Australia correspondent @collinsadam When padding up to write this column, consecutive tweets jumped out from my timeline. One was from the new South African T20 co...
New PCB boss steps back into the breach Bookseller and freelance writer based in Beirut The first time I met Najam Sethi was in March 2022, at a dinner party in Lahore. By way of introduction, Sethi took a long sip of his drink...

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