Could England's decision to fast-track Barbados-born bowler Jofra Archer into their World Cup plans hamper their bid to win the tournament for the first time?
Plus, memories of the 2011 World Cup final in Mumbai when India beat Sri Lanka in style to deliver the ultimate prize to their cricket-mad fans.
Photo: Jofra Archer (Getty Images)
Kapil Dev's World Cup innings for the ages
We revisit Kapil Dev's extraordinary 175 for India at the 1983 World Cup through the eyes of the man with the best seat in the house - Zimbabwe wicketkeeper Dave Houghton.
Plus the student from South Australia who says his new fitness test can halt the injury epidemic among fast bowlers.
Photo: Kapil Dev at Tunbridge Wells (Getty Images)
Australia's springboard to world domination
We look back at Australia's one-run victory over India in 1987 that provided a catalyst for their era of supremacy.
And as another top South African turns his back on the national team, we'll look at what can be done to stop the talent drain from one of cricket's leading countries.
Photo: Dean Jones and Allan Border (Getty Images)
The IPL 'Mankad' furore
To mankad or not to mankad?
Why a controversial mode of dismissal named after an Indian player from the 1940s has rocked the cricket world this week.
In our World Cup countdown, we'll recall how Pakistan stunned England to win the tournament in 1992.
And the Aussie-born German international who wants to make cricket Europe's biggest summer team sport.
Elliott recalls 2015 World Cup heroics
We're starting our countdown to the men's Cricket World Cup. We'll hear from Grant Elliott, who takes us into his mind in the moments before he hit the six that took New Zealand into their first ever final. We'll also look ahead to the start of the Indian Premier League - and visit a project in India that's sending players to the Street Child World Cup.
Photo: Grant Elliott (Getty Images)