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In the early 1980s Wisden published four anthologies – edited by Benny Green – that celebrated the best of Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack stretching back to the first edition in 1864. Although not an exact sequel, Cricket’s Age of Revolution is an anthology of what’s happened since 1977.
Edited by Stephen Moss, and with a foreword by Richie Benaud, it paints a coherent, compelling picture of cricket’s evolution over the past 30 years. This period has seen many all-time greats, from Richards and Botham to Flintoff and Warne.
Around 40,000 Wisden pages have been distilled into this 1,328-page anthology. Relive the matches, players, events and controversies that ushered the game into a brave new century – and beyond.
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