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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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