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In the latest issue of Wisden Cricket Monthly, out November 11, we preview England’s Test tour of Pakistan by analysing the adventurous group of new or returning batters they have selected, tearing up the playbook in the process.
A 15-page special feature includes exclusive interviews with Harry Brook, Ben Duckett and Keaton Jennings, while we also profile Will Jacks and Liam Livingstone, two white-ball guns who may have a significant role to play with the ball in Pakistan.
Elsewhere in a new-look magazine which includes fresh features, new writers and a special coaching and equipment section, Jo Harman investigates what went wrong at Yorkshire this summer, Matt Roller explores how T20 is expanding the game’s traditional borders and James Wallace examines the art and evolution of fielding.
Mel Farrell, our new star interviewer, speaks to Faf du Plessis about his spicy new book, Phil Walker picks out the best practitioners of cricket’s most thrilling shot, Jack Russell discusses the day that changed his life, and Alan Butcher lifts the lid on what it’s like to be the parent of an England cricketer.
There’s the usual brilliance from our team of columnists – Mark Ramprakash, Lawrence Booth and Andrew Miller – and Alex Tudor, Lydia Greenway and Simon Harmer offer their expertise in our new coaching series. We also pick out the best cricket gear from 2022, offering a 10 per cent discount through Pro:Direct.