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Bowler-captains, and the biggest Twenty20 innings

May 13, 2008: Bowlers who led New Zealand, top scores in Twenty20, and starting and finishing on the same ground

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The best seats in the house, and the longest ducks

May 5, 2008: The most long drawn out zeroes, the keeper who wasn't, and the men who played in the most World Cups

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No ducks, no run-outs, no sixes

Apr 29, 2008: Most games played without zeroes, the fastest bowlers to have made Test hundreds, and more

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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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