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'I had better technique than Gavaskar'
Former England opener Geoffrey Boycott believes he was technically superior to Sunil Gavaskar even though his Yorkshire teammate Dicky Bird feels otherwise.

Australia make positive start
Learning cricket with the legends
Bell will be batting at 4: Strauss
'Akhtar's career as good as over'
Aus not wary of Johnson's form
Should the 'doosra' be banned?
Edgbaston pitch is like jelly
Cricket is resilient & strong: Lorgat
Langer bests Sir Don Bradman
Swine flu scare for Oz cricketers
'Money destroying the game: Lloyd
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Rediff ODI rankings
India on top

The 2-1 'away' series win against West Indies has taken India to the top of the Rediff ODI Rankings. South Africa are a mere whisker behind and could easily catch up, as indeed could Australia.

Rediff Test rankings
Australia's Test record is exceptional
Australia appear to be on the back foot as they start their Ashes campaign, but their Test record remains truly outstanding. So Australia will have to play really badly -- and Kevin Pietersen will have to play really well -- if there is to be an upset.

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