Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack & The Cricketers’ Who’s Who 2022
Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack 2022
The 159th edition of the most famous sports book in the world – published every year since 1864 – contains some of the world’s finest sports writing, and reflects on a year when Azeem Rafiq forced the sport to examine, more painfully than ever, its attitude to racism. The launch of The Hundred gave a huge boost to the women’s game while raising many questions about the men’s. Then, in the last two months of the year, Australia’s men won the World T20 and retained the Ashes.
Writers include Lawrence Booth, Stephen Fry, Mike Atherton, Gideon Haigh, Henry Blofeld, Vic Marks, Tanya Aldred, Andy Bull, Tim de Lisle, Emma John and Scyld Berry. As usual, Wisden includes the eagerly awaited Notes by the Editor, the Cricketers of the Year awards, and the famous obituaries. And, as ever, there are reports and scorecards for every Test, together with forthright opinion, compelling features and comprehensive records.
“There can’t really be any doubt about the cricket book of the year, any year: it’s obviously Wisden” Andrew Baker in The Daily Telegraph
The Cricketers’ Whos Who 2022
The Cricketers’ Who’s Who 2022 is the essential guide to the new cricket season and is the must-read and much-loved accompaniment for anyone interested in the English game.
Featured in Wisden Cricket Monthly, The Cricket Paper, The Cricketer and on wisden.com. The 43rd edition tells you all you need to know about every player from all 18 counties, as well as the contracted women’s players.
More than 400 players have answered questions ranging from the star players of the future to the hottest debates within the dressing room, giving readers a unique insight into everyone who will be competing this summer, from emerging youngsters to established England stars such as Jos Buttler, Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer.
This year’s foreword comes courtesy of Middlesex legend Tim Murtagh, the epitome of a county cricketer.
The cherished reference book includes a thorough statistics section for every player and all counties, as well as profiles of the head coaches, and a review of how each county did last summer and how they’re shaping up for 2021.
The pages of The Cricketers’ Who’s Who 2022 reveal the interesting, insightful, sometimes hilarious and often off-the-wall world of English cricket.
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