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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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Consistent bowlers and favourite foes

Nov 19, 2007: Four centuries against the same opposition, lowest totals leading to innings victories, and more

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Most frequent opponents, and nervous 99s

Nov 13, 2007: Sachin Tendulkar's record 99s, and hundreds in successive Test innings

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Last-over maidens and most sixes

Nov 6, 2007: No runs in the 50th over, and the castle that is Australia

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Coming from Goa, and two 300s in one innings

Oct 29, 2007: Cricketers from Goa, the bowler who has troubled Ponting the most, the most expensive Twenty20 spell, and more

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Overall Test average, and more mosts without

Oct 23, 2007: Captains keeping and scoring hundreds; and most runs scored in the first and last 10 overs

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Sir Geoffrey's spectacles, and seven left-armers

Oct 13, 2007: Seven fronline left-armers in an ODI, six-less careers, most captains in a side and more

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Wicketkeepers who stepped up

Oct 9, 2007: Captains keeping and scoring hundreds; and most runs scored in the first and last 10 overs

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Jayasuriya's treble, and a canine mystery

Sep 30, 2007: Little Dog and Big Dog, brothers playing in the same Twenty20 game, grounds that have staged just one Test and more

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