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'You can't taint the whole IPL'
Geoff Boycott on the spot-fixing controversy, Adil Rashid's England future, and yorkers in Test matches
'Interest in cricket has been as great as ever'
But television drawing crowds away, says Geoff Boycott. Plus, how good was Len Pascoe?
'Bangladesh cricket needs a sharp jolt'
Geoff Boycott on Bangladesh's Test woes, Tendulkar's 40th birthday, Mike Denness, and "trigger" movements while batting
'I don't think Sehwag will play international cricket...
Geoff Boycott feels it is the end of the road for the India opener; plus, the best wicketkeepers he's seen
'We're all going to enjoy Australia's lean period'
Geoff Boycott on Australia's struggles, India's challenges ahead, and his memories of Fred Trueman
'You've got to treat players like adults'
Geoff Boycott on the axing of four Australian players, the lack of fast-bowling back-up for England, and why we have fewer suspect actions in international cricket now
'Difficult for South Africa to be a long-term No. 1'
Geoff Boycott on the challenges ahead for South Africa, England v New Zealand, and why ground fielding has improved over the years
'Teams don't fear touring India anymore'
Geoff Boycott on why Australia can beat India, how Pakistan can improve, and playing left-arm spin
'India are damn lucky to have Dhoni'
Geoff Boycott on India's captain, being bowled by Devon Malcolm, and why South Africa are favourites against Pakistan
'Hussey's decision is a courageous one'
Geoff Boycott on the latest international retirement, England's ODI chances, and how he has changed as a commentator
'It hurts to see Tendulkar struggle'
Geoff Boycott on Tendulkar's ODI retirement, the highs and lows of 2012, and Eoin Morgan's technique
'As captain, you can't treat all your players alike'
Geoff Boycott on captaincy, Rangana Herath, the 'rebel' tour of South Africa in 1981-82, and how to train to bat long
'One-day cricket has improved Amla's strokeplay'
Geoff Boycott on three world-class batsmen: Amla's form, Ponting's retirement, and Tendulkar's challenge
'Sehwag blessed with great eyesight'
Geoff Boycott on the key to the opener's success, India's spin combination, and what makes Alastair Cook tick
'The biggest threat to South Africa is their self-belief'
Geoff Boycott on why South Africa can beat Australia, England's upcoming trial by spin, and his memories of playing in India
'It's appalling to watch Afridi bat'
Geoffrey Boycott on the decline in the allrounder's fortunes, the state of women's cricket, and the genius of Garry Sobers
'West Indian kids have new heroes to look up to'
Geoff Boycott on the World T20, Kevin Pietersen, attacking captains in history, innovations likely in the game
'India and Pakistan have a great chance to win'
Geoff Boycott on the World Twenty20, the worrisome state of county cricket, and the greatness of Wally Hammond
'T20 cricket has changed for the better'
Geoff Boycott on how the game has evolved, Yorkshire's promotion, and the players he'll be watching this World Twenty20
'Players should take responsibility for fitness'
Geoff Boycott on the pros and cons of a large support staff, Strauss' retirement, England's World T20 chances, and the best slip fielders
'The World Cup will decide Ponting's future'
Geoff Boycott on the highs and lows of 2010, the players to watch out for in 2011, and England's capability in the shorter formats
'Mitchell Johnson has the X factor'
Geoff Boycott on why the next two Ashes matches will be a test of England's character, the role of TV replays, Sachin's 50th and more
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