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In the latest issue of Wisden Cricket Monthly, out March 30, we look forward to the new season with a bumper County Championship preview including analysis of how the 18 counties are shaping up, a selection of emerging stars to keep tabs on, and features on two clubs with big ambitions.
We also speak to four county skippers about the unique challenges that come with the role and consider 10 burning questions ahead of the 2023 campaign.
Elsewhere in the magazine we have an exclusive interview with England’s mouthy metronome Ollie Robinson, Graeme Smith talks to Mel Farrell about the precarious balance between Test and franchise cricket, Jo Harman examines Nat Sciver-Brunt’s unusual route to cricketing stardom and, in a special investigation, Phil Walker considers whether the price of Test match tickets is out of control in this country.
We also hear from Danny Morrison about his colourful life in the game, Dan Lawrence on the cricket ground that changed his life, and Alex Tudor shares his fast-bowling tips ahead of the new season.
As for our columnists, the returning Mark Ramprakash draws on his own experiences to tackle the issue of dressing-room culture, Lawrence Booth argues the Yorkshire racism hearing offers no signs of closure, and Andrew Miller says the women’s game can learn from the men’s mistakes.
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