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Eight off one ball, and six ducks all in a row

Nov 25, 2008: Three successive hundreds, most runs between dismissals, and definitive all-round performances in ODIs

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Most wickets on debut, and most runs conceded

Nov 18, 2008: The best Test records in India, unlucky 87, and lots and lots of Jason Krejza

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Doubles against Australia, and ending with the winning hit

Nov 11, 2008: Players who figured in the most Test wins, unlucky 87, and (almost) everyone bowling in a Test

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Two double-centuries at once, and lots of fifties

Nov 4, 2008: Most not-outs in a row, the Test cricketer from Afghanistan, and Australia's losing streaks

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Top batter and bowler in the same game, and the old-timers

Oct 28, 2008: Vettori's almost unique feat, highest team scores not to include a century, and the most economical ODI spells

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The fastest to 3000, and England's one-day 200

Oct 21, 2008: KP's upcoming record, the lowest total by a side batting all 50 overs in an ODI, the first umpire to stand in 50 Tests

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An average of 207, and Gower's African connection

Oct 14, 2008: The man who made a double in his only match, the best batsmen against Australia, and players who've made their first-class debut in a Test

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Lots of ODIs but no Tests, and the oldest one-day players

Oct 7, 2008: ODI stalwarts who never played a Test, the manager of South Africa's fractious 1960 tour of England, and the man who bowled more than ten overs in an ODI

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A brace of 99s, and Sir Donald's ducks

Sep 30, 2008: Missing a hundred by one run twice, Bradman's zeroes, the youngest and oldest centurions, and Tests in Sharjah

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The highest score to lose, and the Test player from St Kitts

Sep 23, 2008: Solos from losing sides in Adelaide, the most prolific batsmen against India, and the same man dismissed twice in a hat-trick

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A bowling conundrum and a St Lucian one

Sep 16, 2008: The Ashes legend almost disproved, the first man to 1000 runs, and the most successful captain-bowler

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Carrying the bat, and the 11-ball over

Sep 9, 2008: Marathon men, the most economical Twenty20 bowlers, and the Test cricketer from Portugal

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Ducks, few and plenty

Sep 2, 2008: Fewest zeroes in low totals, most dismissals by a keeper, one-catch wonders, and hundreds in your 50th

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The Don's average, and the cricketing Bolt

Aug 26, 2008: Bradman's average before his last Test, the most runs in one day, and hundreds in first and 100th Tests

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Centuries before lunch, and most Twenty20 runs

Aug 19, 2008: Hundreds in the first session, the most run-outs in ODIs, the most consecutive Tests as captain

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Hundreds on captaincy debut, hundreds in the second innings

Aug 12, 2008: Players who made centuries in their first Test in charge, and the country with the most 300-plus ODI scores

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England's Scotsmen, and percentage players

Aug 5, 2008: Single players scoring the lion's share of team totals, the most hundreds without a double, and the earliest game of cricket

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Most tons on one ground, and Senator Crowe

Jul 29, 2008: Also: the slowest Test hundred, the most ODI runs without a hundred, and the man who dismissed Lara twice in his final Test

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Most overs with no wickets, and Gubby's bowling action

Jul 22, 2008: Strings of fruitless overs, the other Bodyline series, top scores in each innings, and the most 190s

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Of 199s and 99s at Lord's

Jul 15, 2008: Unfortunate records at the home of cricket, a hundred and a five-for on debut, and more

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