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Will split international teams benefit cricket?

Has cricket lost touch with the Black Lives Matter movement? West Indies captain Jason Holder tells me the game has gone quiet on racism.

Plus, could England and Australia playing different formats in different countries at the same time provide a financial lifeline to smaller nations?

And Nigeria women's captain Samantha Agazuma on the cricketing journey she hopes will take her all the way to the Big Bash in Australia.

Photo: Glenn Maxwell & Jos Buttler (Getty Images)

Mickey Arthur & Sharjah's most famous six

With Sri Lanka's strict quarantine rules thwarting their return to the cricket field, we ask head coach Mickey Arthur if he can see a solution.

And the power of a six - we look back at Javed Miandad's era-defining six for Pakistan against India in 1986 - and other key moments that changed the course of cricketing history.

Plus, tributes to former New Zealand captain John Reid.

Photo: Mickey Arthur (Getty Images)

Secrets of the world's best umpire

Reaction to a record-equalling 21st consecutive one-day victory by Australia's remarkable women's team.

Plus, Courtney Walsh on how he plans to turn West Indies women back into world beaters themselves.

And the unexpected star of the English cricketing summer - umpire Michael Gough on how he gave up playing cricket at the age of 23 and went on to become statistically the best Test umpire in the world.

Photo: Umpire Michael Gough (Getty Images)

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