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Ryan Harris v Stuart Clark

Ryan Harris and Stuart Clark had remarkably similar stats in Tests, including an identical average of 20.63 against England

Stuart Broad had Tom Latham lbw first ball

Anderson, Broad, and their Aussie battles

With the red Dukes ball, against Australia's current batting line-up, Stuart Broad has a much better record than James Anderson

Eoin Morgan helped steady England after early wickets fell

New England setting the pace early

All sorts of batting records have been broken in the England-New Zealand ODI series, and the hosts' bold approach - especially in the first 30 - has been the main reason for this

Junaid Khan is thrilled with the wicket of Tamim Iqbal

Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 1st Test, Galle

From 1-6 to 5-0

Pakistan used to be a dominant team in Sri Lanka before 2009, but in the last six years they've failed to win a single Test in the island

Ross Taylor swings over the leg side

England v New Zealand, 2nd ODI, Kia Oval

A mountain of runs, and NZ's 300th win

Stats highlights from the second ODI between England and New Zealand at the Kia Oval

Azhar Ali acknowledges the crowd's cheers after scoring his second ODI hundred

Pakistan's terrible run in ODIs

They have a dismal 24-43 win-loss record against the top eight teams since January 2012, and batting has been their biggest worry

Shivnarine Chanderpaul cruised to 183 on the final day of the game

Chanderpaul's age-defying stunts

The standout aspect of Shivnarine Chanderpaul's Test career has been his consistency, and his prolific run even after he turned 35

Ian Bell fell in the first over of the third day

England v New Zealand, 2nd Investec Test, Headingley, 5th day

Cook's marathon, Bell's drought

Stats highlights from New Zealand's convincing 199-run win at Headingley

There was some punishment for Stuart Broad on his way to a five-wicket haul

England v New Zealand, 2nd Investec Test, Headingley, 4th day

Frenetic New Zealand, expensive Broad

Though there wasn't much cricket on the fourth day at Headingley, New Zealand's astonishing scoring rate ensured some interesting numbers