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Fast five-fors, lone rangers, and birthday debuts

Apr 21, 2008: Everyone scoring at six and over, highest totals featuring only one double-digit individual score and more

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A six to win, and out on 299

Apr 15, 2008: Finishing with the maximum, hundreds at the beginning and end of a career, and three nineties in a row

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The fastest doubles, and the other Syed Kirmani

Apr 8, 2008: The fastest to 1000 runs and 100 wickets in Tests, the power of thinking negatively, and the biggest run-feast of them all

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The fastest 300s, and X-Men

Apr 1, 2008: The quickest triple-hundreds, cricketers born on All Fools' Day and more

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The worst batsmen, and the most runs between dismissals

Mar 25, 2008: The lowest Test batting average, the highest identical scores in both innings of a Test, and more

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Monkey, Fat Cat, and a triple-hundred against Australia

Mar 18, 2008: The man who made a triple against Australia, the Don's bat, Fat Cat, and third man in a hat-trick but sans duck

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The fewest runs in a day, and 96 successive Tests

Mar 11, 2008: The first to take 100 Test wickets, featuring in successive Tests, the most pairs, and the lowest Test score never made

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Big opening stands, everyone bowled, and The Don's stumping

Mar 4, 2008: First-wicket records, bowled first ball in your debut Test, the cricketer called the Phantom, and the time Bradman donned the gloves

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The Don, Gilly and a man called Pistol

Feb 25, 2008: The most runs by one player on a single day of a Test, Gilchrist's missing innings, and the lowest-scoring tie in ODIs

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Most runs by a captain, and a Twenty20 ton

Feb 19, 2008: The most runs in a series by a captain, most Tests without playing at home, and more about the 'Boundary Hunter'

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No. 11 top-scoring, and The Don in the nets

Feb 12, 2008: No. 11s top-scoring, innings where ten different fieldsmen took catches, and England's most experienced Test player to have not become captain

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Snyman's blitz, and Sachin's misses

Feb 4, 2008: The largest share of runs in a team innings, grounds on which Tendulkar has not scored a century, winning the Man of the Match award in your first ODI, and more

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Dismissing both openers, and nine centurions in a team

Jan 29, 2008: Bowlers who've dismissed both opening batsmen in two innings of a Test, and nine centurions in a team

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Busy keepers, and bowler with the most return catches

Jan 22, 2008: The most stumpings in a Test, the most caught-and-bowleds, and Aussies making their debuts after 30

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Most runs against West Indies, and most wickets against anyone

Jan 15, 2008: The most prolific against the men from the Caribbean, most runs without a duck, and English teenagers

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A man nicknamed Death

Jan 8, 2008: A six-hour Test, a unique double, the most maidens on the trot, most runs at an away venue, and a man nicknamed Death

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Prolific partnerships, and fast-bowling sons

Dec 18, 2007: Prolific partnerships in all forms of the game, and opening bowlers whose fathers were Test players too

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Eleven wicket-takers, and the oldest first-time captains

Dec 11, 2007: All bowlers taking wickets in an ODI, players who've been on both sides of a hat-trick, and more

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The man who denied The Don

Dec 4, 2007: Test line-ups with 100 or more years of experience, the boundary that denied Bradman an average of 100, and bowling centurions

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Fourth-innings records, and Leap Year play

Nov 26, 2007: Highest individual scores in the last innings of the match and the player with a better batting average than the Don, and more

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A touch of Pakistani mayhem

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The Cricket Monthly July issue

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Pakistan, press-ups and national redemption

The themes of redemption and rehabilitation had been a constant companion for Pakistan in the build-up to what proved to be an epic first Test, but it was only in that moment of victory that the true significance of their 75-run win could be understood

Keep calm. Misbah is here

Pakistan's thrilling triumph at Lord's was underscored by their captain's serenity

West Indies need to paper over bowling cracks

The hosts' pace attack, with a combined experience of 31 Tests and 56 wickets, is a candidate for being their weakest ever, yet India cannot simply show up and expect to win

Yasir's 13 going on 100, and 42-year-old centurions

Also, losing ten-fors, and back to back Tests at Lord's

An accident waiting to happen

England played a full part in a compelling Test, but if they are to continue to evolve as a Test side the top order has to shape matches

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