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Out to lefties, and longing for World Cup success

Mar 10, 2015: Plus, highest match aggregates and teams without centuries in World Cups

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Golden ducks by openers, and the fastest 150s

Mar 3, 2015: Plus, six centuries in a first-class innings, and using nine bowlers in an ODI innings

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The best of the Cake Tin mauling

Feb 24, 2015: Records from the World Cup so far, and players who have represented two countries in the competition

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Who has the most expensive World Cup five-for?

Feb 17, 2015: Plus, centuries on debut, most matches, closest games - all in World Cups

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Youngest to win a World Cup, and Melbourne records

Feb 10, 2015: Plus, most wickets, most runs, most centuries, and the oldest man to feature in a World Cup game

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Same total in both innings, and the youngest ODI captains

Feb 3, 2015: Plus, Test bowlers with the fewest five-fors, boundary-filled ODI innings, and a cricketer nicknamed Lugs

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Ronchi's blitz, and remarkable ODI recoveries

Jan 27, 2015: Also, the fastest ODI 150s, and the highest Test totals without a half-century

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AB's assault, and losing T20 centuries

Jan 20, 2015: Plus, most hundreds in an ODI innings, the youngest West Indies captain, and Australia's Indian-origin players

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Most centuries and most catches in a Test series

Jan 13, 2015: Plus, lowest total to include a double-ton, youngest Championship centurion, and most World Cup runs without a fifty

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Calendar-year sixes, and ODI records in NZ

Jan 6, 2015: Plus, Sangakkara's prolific 2014, players with stumpings and caught-bowled dismissals, and losing despite high first-innings totals

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Switching captains, and birthday bowling feats

Dec 23, 2014: Plus, best ODI batsmen in Australia, most hours spent batting in Tests, and players of the 1990s

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Captains' knocks, and Hayden's travails

Dec 16, 2014: Plus, scores of 500 and above without a century, best Test average for each position, and a book called Cricket Wallah

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Second-innings triples, and debut hat-tricks

Dec 9, 2014: Also, most runs in boundaries in a Test innings, and ODI debuts in the World Cup

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New Zealand's Sharjah records, and aged debutants

Dec 2, 2014: Also, most twin fifties in Tests, and a correction about most first-class wickets in a calendar year

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Bradman's strike rate, and most first-class wickets in a year

Nov 25, 2014: Also, centuries at the Bradman Oval, batsmen with 125 Tests or more failing to pass 250, and Australia's youngest captain

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Rohit's record, and captains' equal scores

Nov 18, 2014: Also, scoring a hundred and opening the bowling, the youngest Australian player, and scoreless in three Tests

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First-ball dismissals, and presidential relations

Nov 11, 2014: Also, most ODI runs in a calendar month, stumped twice in a Test, fastest hundreds by keepers, and brothers in a hat-trick

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Ah Abu Dhabi

Nov 4, 2014: All sorts of records were equalled, broken or threatened in the second Test between Pakistan and Australia in UAE

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Manic one-day chases, and daddy partnerships

Oct 28, 2014: Also, most brothers in a Test XI, and the fastest to 20 ODI centuries

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Last ball, last wicket, and Northants' parched spell

Oct 21, 2014: Also, Vijay Manjrekar's nickname, Abid Ali's no-ball, oldest double-centurions, and this decade's leading players

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