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Careers that took off after slow starts

Dec 20, 2005:

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Careers that took off after slow starts

Rags to riches

Dec 20, 2005: Last week, The List looked at players who became cricketing giants after ploughing through relatively mediocre starts to their careers. This week we look at the one-day equivalent

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Good and bad starts to careers

Great oaks from little acorns grow

Dec 13, 2005: The List looks at players who had relatively poor starts to their careers but eventually turned out great and vice versa

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Performers in one form of the game

The Jacks of one trade

Dec 6, 2005: During the 1990s, cricket witnessed an increasing trend of players who featured prominently in one form of the game

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Successive world-record holders

Most runs and wickets in Tests

Nov 29, 2005: A list of world-record holders for most runs and wickets in Tests

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Successive world-record holders

A record Bradman never had

Nov 29, 2005: At Adelaide, Brian Lara broke another elite run-scoring record by going past Allan Border's total of 11,174 Test runs

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The best and worst in the fourth innings

Last action heroes

Nov 22, 2005: This week The List looks at players who have under- and over-achieved in the fourth innings of a Test

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Bowlers and their bunnies

Atherton c Healy b McGrath

Nov 16, 2005: In 44 Tests - 17 against Australia with McGrath and 27 against West Indies Atherton fell to either McGrath, Walsh or Ambrose a staggering 53 times

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Players most involved in run-outs

Steve Waugh - The run-out man

Nov 9, 2005: If you had to choose someone to bat for your life, you'd do well by picking Steve Waugh. But while doing that he may just run out a few of your mates in the process

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Blistering 183 breaks a brace of records

Dhoni's day in the sun

Nov 1, 2005: As he strode past 153, Dhoni broke Brian Lara's record for the highest individual score in the second innings of an ODI

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Test cricket's winningest players

Who are the champions?

Oct 25, 2005: Waugh, who also features among players involved in the most Test losses, has played in a massive 86 Test wins, 11 wins clear of Shane Warne

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Players with best records in Test wins

Oct 25, 2005: Players with best records in Test wins

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Players involved in the most Test defeats

The most celebrated loser

Oct 19, 2005: With the loss of the Super Test under his belt, Brian Lara became the cricketer to have played in the most Test losses

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Highest percentage of Tests lost

Oct 18, 2005: most test losses

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The broadest bat in Australia

Oct 14, 2005: The Super Test is around the corner and it seemed an opportune moment for The List to look at the best visiting players in Australia

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