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A career of dichotomies

Despite a successful career littered with achievements, the public never warmed to Michael Clarke, writes Rudi Edsall.

Bailey’s batting may answer prayers

With the Ashes up for grabs again this summer, Justin Falconer explains why George Bailey must be included in the middle order.

We’ve Got Issues: Episode 5

Jake Michaels and Sean Munaweera discuss retrospective penalties before raising their concerns over Michael Clarke’s selection for the upcoming ODI series in India.

The post-Clarke conundrum

Australia’s captaincy cupboard is so bare that Steve Smith is now the front-runner to be Michael Clarke’s successor, writes Tom Morris.

Time for a DRS shake-up

The DRS has once again reared its ugly head, leaving a string of controversy in its wake, writes Ryan Lepore.

Clarke’s the best of the best

Consecutive double centuries by Michael Clarke has proved the Australian test captain is one of the best batters of all time, least of all the best batsman in the world, writes Damien Ractliffe.

Winning the Frank Worrell Trophy

Australia pays the Caribbean a visit for the first time under Michael Clarke’s tutelage, looking to extend his successful tenure as Test captain; writes Kevin Cheong.

From the grandstand: How Clarke can win Australia’s heart

New skipper Michael Clarke has yet to win the hearts of Australia’s cricket supporters. But Ben Waterworth believes individual and collective success on the field will have fans changing their minds very quickly.

Cricket at the crossroads

With a big summer of test cricket just around the corner Ryan Jon asks, what exactly is the Australian cricket team playing for?