Easy-to-use, portable, quick-reference guide to 200 top players due to feature in the coming season Full of stats up to date to the end of the 2010 international season in England Also contains a quick-reference section of records on a world basis and a country-by-country basis
Deputy Editor of Wisden Cricketer's Almanack since 2005 and Editor of Wisden on the Ashes, Steven Lynch is a leading cricket writer.
'An indispensable book for cricket enthusiasts, it is also excellent value for money.' www.jajeshkumarcricketstatistician.com "...the profiles are all well-written and informative, so if you've got a yearning for some player-based bedtime reading and the Missus won't let you take your laptop to bed any more, or if you have a serious aversion to the internet, this will get you up to speed." All Out Cricket (March 2011) 'It is, then, all things to all people. And thus to regard it as a mere book, filled with earnest writing and really quite awful black-and-white pictures, is to undersell its function grotesquely. There is still nothing quite like feeling a new copy of Wisden in your hands, its heft in yur palm, its pages pouring forth from a mere flick of your thumb. It is, and was no doubt intended to be, like holding the entire rich corpus of cricket in your hands' Cricketer, The. June 1, 2011 'The real joy pf hte Almanack is in its lush texture, the knowledge that you could never possible read it all. As ever, Wisden remains unmatched; indeed in many ways it is unmatchable. The fact that it exists at all in an age of 140-character novels and free newspapers, is something of a miracle.' Cricketer, The. June 1, 2011 'It is ironic, really, since Wisden's eclectic omniscience has always struck me as the closest mankind has come to reproducing the internet in a book.' Cricketer, The. June 1, 2011