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Interviews with England captain Charlotte Edwards and star keeper-batsman Sarah Taylor, Isa Guha tells the story of England's rise to the top of the world, Claire Taylor looks back on her glittering career, plus Mike Selvey and Lawrence Booth explain why women's cricket won them over.

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Our latest issue! We run the slide rule over the best players on earth and select our top 50, talk to cricket's ambassador to Germany, Didi Hamman, and Finny tells us all about his ups and downs in India.

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We look ahead to England's trip to India and look back (with the help of Lord David Gower) at the best and worst of some memorable tours to the subcontinent. We've also got gear coming out of our ears, been drinking with Jimmy Anderson and had the analysts at Opta enthrall us with some stats magic.

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We asked Mark Butcher to step into the editor's chair, and without hesitation the England and Surrey legend duly obliged. It's another chock-a-block issue, featuring exclusive interviews with England's new Test skipper Alastair Cook and his predecessor Andrew Strauss.

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Round here, we can't recall a month like it. Resignations, u-turns, YouTube statements, 100 bottles of booze, Piers Morgan, tears, recriminations, farewells and somewhere in amongst it all, a bit of cricket.

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We talk exclusively to three supreme technicians - Ian Bell, Hashim Amla and AB de Villiers - about what it means to be stylish. Atherton and Donald look back over their wonderful careers and Lou Vincent gives a frank, unswerving account of his battle with depression.

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As the world's top two Test sides square up, we speak exclusively to England's James Anderson, have a natter with the South Africa's breakthrough act Vernon Philander, and Telford Vice examines the turbulent relationship between the two cricketing nations.

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Not one, not two, but three exclusive interviews with England stars. Jonathan Trott tells us what makes him tick, Alastair Cook explains how England can win the next World Cup and Eoin Morgan insists he's sticking to his guns as he seeks a return to the Test side.

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This issue simply bursting with goodness. From the incomparable Andy Flower to the unbeatable Tim Bresnan and some of the sexiest cricket kit you'll ever see, we reckon we've got something for absolutely everyone.

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In this issue we celebrate the start of the English Summer. Featuring our annual '10 to watch', expert opinion from Sky Sports' finest and AOC's guide to what won't happen this summer, this new season special is guaranteed to get the juices flowing...

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We chat to England stumper Matt Prior about his rise to becoming the best Test wicket-keeper batsman in the world,  from Aggers to Andy Flower - we give a run down of the 25 most influential figures in English cricket and discuss the impact of spin in the modern game.

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It's a captains extravaganza! Andrew Strauss talks about captaincy and man-management with Andy Afford while Rory Hamilton-Brown tells us how he has developed as captain since inheriting the job two years ago. AOC is delighted to welcome brand new diarist Steven Finn to the team.

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We review the current 50 best players in the world and have an exclusive interview with the world's number one. Middlesex legend Angus Fraser explains how he has overseen the revival of the north London club and we rate some quality yet affordable bats.

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An England number one special issue. We examine the peaks and troughs of England's long journey to the top and speak exclusively to Jonathon Trott and Tim Bresnan on the subject. We reveal what AOC readers think of key issues affecting the game with the results of 'The Cricket Report 2011'.

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This issue is oozing with coolness. We give a run down of the 27 coolest cricketers…ever, take a peak at some upmarket bats, pads and gloves available from three top-end manufacturers, and hear from three starlets of the County Championship circuit.

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Ashes hero James Anderson takes the helm for this issue. He answers readers questions, gives a run down of the top ten swing bowlers and tells you all you need to know about his teammates in tweet-sized installments. All this as well as competing in the 'Jimmy and Swanny Mr and Mrs Test'.

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We reveal AOC's definitive list of the top 100 cricketers in the world, give the lowdown on the young Kiwi prodigy Kane Williamson and discuss England's Ashes chances this winter with the new President of the MCC, Christopher Martin-Jenkins.

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In this issue we give the definitive verdict on the 50 best cricketers in the world, address the emergence of India as a cricketing superpower and in the aftermath of the Mumbai terrorist attacks Jo Harman examines why cricket is needed to help the redemption process.

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Michael Vaughan chats exclusively to AOC about his hunger to play in the up-coming Ashes series this summer, Owais Shah on why he is ready for Test cricket and we review four of the Little Master's best innings after he became the greatest runmaker in Test history.

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As Australia prepare to face India in a hotly anticipated series we look at some memorable clashes of these cricketing titans, we have exclusive interviews with three England stars and we list crickets 50 best things - and the 33 worst!

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In this issue, we take an early look at the IPL, Isa Guha is Woman of the Month, James Anderson talks about his return from the wilderness and AOC reviews the top ten most horrific batting collapses.

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In this coaching special issue, AOC explains why Tendulkar is THE number 1 batting prodigy of all time and describes the resurgence of Ganguly. Meanwhile, Swanny's Diary records why no daughter of his will be an npower girl.

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