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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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Highest ODI averages, and Leap Year babies

Oct 14, 2014: Also, fewest boundaries in a T20 innings, most runs in a Test, England's international record-holder, and a pest named Fruitfly

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Most overs in a Test innings, and unproductive debuts

Oct 7, 2014: Plus, Test wins after losing the fewest wickets, and the fastest to 100 ODI scalps

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Wicket-taking oldies, and English centurions

Sep 30, 2014: Also, playing against most teams, highest ODI scores by batsmen out hit-wicket, and Flying Stumps

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Shiv's not-outs, and hit-wicket victims

Sep 23, 2014: Also, top-scoring in both innings, most Test dismissals caught, and the oldest Test centurion

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Busy keepers, and Waqar's bowleds

Sep 16, 2014: Also, high scores and low averages, most ducks in international cricket, and the 12-year-old Test player

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Youngest double-centurions, and the oldest living Test players

Sep 9, 2014: Also, the closest ODI team match-ups, most catches in a T20, and expensive Test debut five-fors

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Rossouw's agony, and most stumpings in international cricket

Sep 2, 2014: Also, the highest scores by wicketkeepers, and the most ODI fifties without a hundred

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Starting and ending with half-centuries, and 99 on debut

Aug 26, 2014: Also, Tamim's share of Bangladesh's runs, run out for a duck on debut, most Test wickets against Pakistan, and 40-year-old captains

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Herath's world record, and left-armer dominance

Aug 19, 2014: Also, highest run-getters in England-India Tests, and memorable South African debuts

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Bad starts, and plenty of noughts

Aug 12, 2014: Also, lowest totals to include fifty partnerships, match awards in your final Test, most five-fors without reaching 100 Test wickets

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Pankaj's luck, and Anderson's toil

Aug 5, 2014: Also, a century and a duck in the same Test, Ballance's hundreds, Ishant's terrible average, and Lawry's autobiography

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Worst keepers, and honours at Lord's

Jul 29, 2014: Also, most keeping dismissals on debut, seven-for at HQ, and youngest ODI centurions

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Four in four, and stands by Nos. 10 and 11

Jul 22, 2014: Also, most balls faced in a T20, first instance of day-night cricket, highest limited-overs score at Lord's, and long lives after Test debut

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A Trent Bridge extravaganza

Jul 15, 2014: Tail-end records set in the recent England-India Test, and double-tons by No. 7s

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Packed tours, and Shiv's late stumping

Jul 8, 2014: Also, best post-war win/loss record, most runs in two calendar years, most ducks in a Test, and brothers with similar numbers

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Half-century of boundaries, and miserly bowlers

Jul 1, 2014: Also, best percentage of hundreds to innings, most frequent appearances on the Lord's honours board, most first-class fifties, and Sanga and Mahela's twin totals

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Sanga's record, and No. 10 highs

Jun 24, 2014: Also, lowest winning totals, two hat-tricks against the same team, and most number of not-outs in first-class cricket

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