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Wisden Cricket Monthly – Issue 13


The November issue of Wisden Cricket Monthly, out October 25, is available to order now.

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  • Cover story – We look forward to the Women’s World T20 in the Caribbean as England target a second major title in as many years. An extended special feature includes an exclusive interview with Danni Wyatt on her transformation from bit-part all-rounder to gun opening batter and a full tournament guide
  • With the help of analytics experts CricViz we investigate the strengths and weaknesses of England’s Test batsmen selected to tour Sri Lanka, and Keaton Jennings reflects on a chastening summer which he insists was still “great fun”
  • Suresh Menon on Prithvi Shaw, the new superstar of Indian cricket who was toughened on the unforgiving Mumbai railway network
  • We welcome two new Aussie columnists to our stable: former Australia captain-turned-broadcaster Mel Jones and Sam Perry, one-third of the fabled Grade Cricketer hydra
  • The Club Debate – Rich Evans finds out more about the London Cricket Trust, a new four-pronged initiative aiming to bring the game back to the capital’s parks
  • Elsewhere in issue 13 – Jonathan Liew is unconvinced by ‘new Australia’; Kumar Sangakkara celebrates Adam Gilchrist in his ‘Titans of Cricket’ series; Mike Brearley has some words of caution for Virat Kohli about his captaincy style; Felix White meets Tommy Banks, Britain’s youngest Michelin-starred chef and former Yorkshire age-group all-rounder; Andy Zaltzman selects a Gower masterpiece as his favourite innings