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They did a number on us

Aug 25, 2014: A look at some of the more exotic statistics from the England-India series

Steven Lynch

The deciders

Aug 11, 2014: With England's long series against India about to conclude at The Oval, we look at some other classic five-Test encounters that hinged on the final match

Steven Lynch

No repeats

Jul 28, 2014: Grounds that have hosted only one Test

Steven Lynch

Mesmeric Sachin, soporific Boycs

Jul 14, 2014: Memorable innings in England-India Tests down the years

Steven Lynch

Leaving it late

Jun 30, 2014: After last week's dramatic finish at Headingley, a look at some other Tests that went down to the wire

Steven Lynch

The unplayables

Jun 16, 2014: A selection of cricket's most memorable deliveries

Steven Lynch

The lightweights

May 19, 2014: Cricketers who didn't trouble the weighing machine

Steven Lynch

The others

May 5, 2014: Cricketers who were overshadowed by their more famous relatives on the field

Steven Lynch

Desert-island reads

Apr 21, 2014: Cricket has probably spawned more books than almost any other sport. Here's a personal selection of favourites

Steven Lynch

Are you sitting down for this?

Apr 7, 2014: Netherlands beat England last month. A look at some other big international upsets over the years

Steven Lynch

Your names are numbered

Mar 24, 2014: Players with names that contain numbers between 0 and 10 (and one with 20)

Steven Lynch

Go figure

Mar 10, 2014: A look at some of cricket's more improbable bowling analyses

Steven Lynch

The tradesmen

Feb 24, 2014: A Barber, a Cook, an Engineer and other cricketers whose names are also professions

Steven Lynch

I'll not be back

Feb 10, 2014: After Kevin Pietersen's international exit, a look at some other unusual endings to Test careers

Steven Lynch

Guess who I met today?

Jan 27, 2014: Sharing a flight or bumping into them in the press box - it's always fun to meet cricket's rich and famous

Steven Lynch

A card for every occasion

Jan 13, 2014: A selection of strange-looking scorecards: from victory after 15 all out to England v the "Bs"

Steven Lynch

The No. 1 centurions

Dec 23, 2013: The first players to score centuries for their countries

Steven Lynch

It's a draw!

Dec 9, 2013: After Darren Bravo's superb effort in Dunedin, a look at some other famous match-saving innings in Tests

Steven Lynch

The quiet goodbyes

Nov 25, 2013: After the emotion of Sachin Tendulkar's last Test, a look at some farewells that didn't go quite so well

Steven Lynch

You'll be missing me

Nov 11, 2013: As the world prepares for Sachin Tendulkar's last hurrah, a look at some successful farewells

Steven Lynch
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Test cricket's young Fab Four

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