Wisden 2007, the most up-to-date ever, reports on the whole of England's baffling winter tour: the disaster of the Ashes, and their improbable - almost impossible - triumph in the one-day series. Wisden gets behind the headlines, and asks what went wrong, and what went right. And the game's best writers cover the rest of the cricketing year too: all the stories you would expect, and some you wouldn't. . * Mike Atherton pays tribute to Shane Warne * Michael Parkinson recalls "t'greatest fast bowler", Fred Trueman * Ian Chappell, Simon Hughes and John Woodcock analyse The Ashes * Simon Barnes on The Leading Cricketer in the World * Clement Freud reports on The Day They Stopped Playing * Marcus Berkmann on cricket in mid-ocean PLUS * The Leading Cricketers of the World: A unique listing of the greatest players for each year since 1900 * Test Match Special at 50: Gillian Reynolds and Jim Maxwell salute a great radio institution. AND, the most puzzling question of all, Why do they keep getting injured? Wisden: the essential companion for every follower of cricket.