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The Kotla crawl, and 13-year-old internationals

Dec 8, 2015: Plus: most T20 keeper dismissals, and most runs in a partnership

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Tiny totals, and lower-order triples

Dec 1, 2015: Plus: missing out on a match award despite making a double-hundred

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A six-ton Test, and Imran's prolific 30s

Nov 24, 2015: Plus: most runs in a Test by a New Zealander, and c&b by the same bowler twice in a Test

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Tons of Warner, and a dawdling Ishant

Nov 17, 2015: Plus: most successive Tests since debut, and most 150-plus scores

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Run-out horrors, and century crashers

Nov 10, 2015: Plus: signing off with a double-century, post-war run machines, and the most expensive four-man bowling attacks

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Dream first-class debuts, and run-less tailenders

Nov 3, 2015: Plus: youngest bowlers to take five-fors, and batsmen dismissed on overnight score twice in a Test

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Double and a duck, and the Worrell-Headley family

Oct 27, 2015: Plus: playing cricket and football on the same day, and oldest captains to score hundreds

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Batting in all positions, and Shafiq's No. 6 heroics

Oct 20, 2015: Plus: a double-centurion dismissing another in the same Test, stumped in both innings, and the highest ODI scores in a losing cause

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Murali's maidens, and Tendulkar's trophies

Oct 13, 2015: Plus: most one-day centuries before Test debut, slowest ODI hundreds, and a boxing cricket writer

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Stranded in the nineties, and T20 tons in vain

Oct 6, 2015: Plus: individual scores yet to be made in Tests and ODIs, and the fastest to 1000 T20 runs

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Obstructing winners, and in-law captains

Sep 29, 2015: Also: slowest to 100 Test wickets, run out in both innings, and the oldest surviving Test captain

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ODI marathoners, and English prodigies

Sep 22, 2015: Also: openers being run out in the same Test innings, and the most frequent Test match-ups apart from the Ashes

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The Willey-Bairstow family double

Sep 15, 2015: Also: winning without losing a wicket, most wickets in a country away from home, and 3-2 series results

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One-day slow pokes, and 4 for 0

Sep 8, 2015: Also, most wickets in a three-Test series, keepers' records, and most centuries in a losing cause

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Short Ashes, and young accumulators

Sep 1, 2015: Also: highest Sri Lankan averages, most ODI hundreds against South Africa, and best bowling strike rates

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Gilly's no-balls, and Rahane's catches

Aug 25, 2015: Also: Moeen Ali's Ashes distinction, other 3-2 Ashes scorelines, and the oldest living Australian players

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Surrendering big leads, and ten-fors in vain

Aug 18, 2015: Plus: consecutive six-fors by England bowlers, and the biggest run scorers in Australia

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Broad's eight, and Bell's ones

Aug 11, 2015: Also: bowling and batting before lunch, four lefty openers, and Pakistan-born Ashes players

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Win some, lose some, and a duck tango

Aug 4, 2015: Also: fastest to 400 wickets, most wickets by a double-centurion in a Test, and Aaqib and Shoaib's parallel careers

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Highest stands without a triple, and the best visitors at Lord's

Jul 28, 2015: Also: the most runs and wickets after 30 Tests, and when England's batting and bowling record-holders played together

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