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Smith v Hafeez, and Warne's real bunny

May 25, 2011: Batsmen who fell to the same bowler in the most consecutive innings

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When Australia won with a high score of 22

May 18, 2011: Teams that won Test matches despite meagre contributions from their batsmen or bowlers

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Not on board the gravy train

May 4, 2011: Players with impressive Twenty20 averages and economy-rates but who are not part of the 2011 IPL

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They hadn't played much Test cricket

Apr 27, 2011: Limited-overs teams comprising players with extremely little Test experience, like the present West Indies and Pakistan sides playing in the Caribbean

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Post-captaincy performers

Apr 20, 2011: How players have fared in their post-captaincy careers compared to their performance when at the helm

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They stopped playing very young

Apr 11, 2011: Players whose Test careers ended at an extremely early age

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The World Cup's prolific nearly-men

Apr 6, 2011: Players who were outstanding on the biggest stage of all but were part of unsuccessful teams

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England's thrilling habit

Mar 23, 2011: Teams that played the most consecutive one-day internationals with close finishes

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World Cup successes and failures

Mar 16, 2011: Players who averaged significantly more or less in World Cups than over the rest of their careers

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The men who were missed

Mar 9, 2011: Players who were notable absentees at a World Cup, after impressive performances in the years between the previous World cup and the next

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They had one chance, and made it count

Mar 2, 2011: Players with plenty of runs and wickets in one World Cup who didn't get the opportunity to play in another

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How the batting orders and bowling attacks stack up

Feb 23, 2011: India have the most proven batting line-up, South Africa have impressive averages. Sri Lanka have plenty of quality bowling options, Australia have sheer pace

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How the teams compare in age and experience

Feb 16, 2011: How the World Cup squads compare in terms of age, ODI experience, number of matches played in the host countries, and previous tournament experience

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A century with both bat and ball

Jan 26, 2011: Daniel Vettori at Basin Reserve was only the 48th time in 1991 Tests that a player has scored a century, and conceded at least 100 runs in an innings, during the same match

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Happy hunting grounds

Jan 19, 2011: Batsmen and bowlers who scored lots of runs and took loads of wickets in consecutive innings at a particular venue

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Fifties and five-fors for fun

Jan 12, 2011: Players who made a habit of scoring more than 50, or taking more than five wickets against a particular team

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Men with bouncebackability

Dec 22, 2010: How many times has a team recovered from an innings defeat to win the next match of the series, like Australia did in Perth?

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The run machines

Dec 15, 2010: England are on a hat-trick of 500-plus totals in Tests, India have scored more than 300 in their previous 24 matches. Can both teams continue their consistent form?

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Younger than the Don, a little older than Tendulkar

Dec 8, 2010: Alastair Cook's century in the second Ashes Test in Adelaide made him the second youngest batsman to score 15 Test centuries

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Drawing level with little damage

Dec 1, 2010: Matches in which teams overhauled their opponents' totals and wiped out large deficits for the loss of the fewest wickets

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Well worth the wait

Zulfiqar Babar missed five seasons between his first two first-class matches, and was 34 when he finally made his Test debut, but he is quickly making up for all the lost time with his artful left-arm spin

Younis Khan and the art of scoring hundreds

Out of 70 batsmen who've scored 15 or more Test hundreds only five are from Pakistan, but Younis Khan's appetite for hundreds matches that of some of the top contemporary batsmen

Australia outdone in every way

Surviving into the final session of the last day cannot disguise the fact that Australia's continued inability to play spin contributed to an all-round thrashing

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    When a team loses its best bowler, it is expected that the team's performance will suffer. As usual, Pakistan defied the expectations