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Wisden Cricket Monthly – Issue 63

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The January 2023 issue of Wisden Cricket Monthly, out December 15, is available to buy now.

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Joe Root is the cover star of the latest issue of Wisden Cricket Monthly, out on December 15. In an exclusive interview, the greatest English batter of the modern era – perhaps any era – talks Phil Walker through his first decade as a Test cricketer, from his debut in Nagpur to the extraordinary events of 2022. “It’s probably the most fun I’ve had on a cricket field,” says Root of the last six months.

We also celebrate England’s champion white-ball side, analysing the 22 reasons behind their T20 World Cup triumph in Australia under the stewardship of Jos Buttler, and speaking to their understated coach, Matthew Mott.

Elsewhere, Jo Harman speaks to Munir Ali, father of Moeen, about the origins of his son’s remarkable career, Liam Plunkett picks out the defining moments of his cricketing story, Taha Hashim considers what Rehan Ahmed’s call-up to the Test squad tells us about the state of English spin bowling, and we have a devilishly tricky quiz of the year with a host of great prizes up for grabs.

Matt Parkinson, Toby Radford and Paul Collingwood share their expertise in our coaching section, we select the best cricket gear of 2022, and Bruce Talbot investigates what has gone wrong at Sussex, a model county which has lost its way.

Returning columnist Adam Collins considers whether Australia has fallen out of love with its men’s national team, Andrew Miller says the Qatar World Cup has thrown up some awkward questions for our own game, Katya Witney reports on Jon Lewis’ appointment as England women’s head coach, and Lawrence Booth highlights the market forces impacting the world game.

And we ask: was Rawalpindi the greatest overseas win in England’s Test history?

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