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What version or edition is this?
This is the 148th edition with a publication date of 6/21/2011.
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- The New copy of this book will include any supplemental materials advertised. Please check the title of the book to determine if it should include any CDs, lab manuals, study guides, etc.
The most famous sports book in the world, Wisden Cricketers' Almanackhas been published every year since 1864. Wisden 2011- the 148th edition - contains coverage of every first-class game in every cricket nation, and reports and scorecards for all Tests and ODIs, including the 2010-2011 Ashes series in Australia where England will seek to retain the Ashes after their victory in the 2009 summer series. Including the eagerly awaited Notes by the Editor, the Cricketers of the Year awards, and some of the finest sports writing of the year - such as the brilliant obituaries - together with trenchant opinion, compelling features and comprehensive records, Wisden Cricketers' Almanack truly is a "must-have" for every cricket fan. A perennial bestseller in the UK. "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
Scyld Berry has been the Editor of Wisden since 2008. He is also cricket correspondent of the Sunday Telegraph and author of several critically acclaimed cricket books. He is one of the sport's most respected authorities.
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"There can't really be any doubt about the cricket book of the year, any year: it's obviously Wisden."—Andrew Baker, Daily Telegraph
"A model example of an organization that has met the 21st century head-on, without losing an awareness of how its reputation was made in the first place...The joy of Wisden is in the sustained brilliance of the writing, which pound for pound, is unsurpassed in any sport in any year you care to mention. and it is a beautiful production, too, the photograph on the cover, once a controversial change, seamlessly incorporated, contributing to a small masterpiece of design and editing."—The Times (of London)