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Rubbing almost everyone up the wrong way

Oct 25, 2007: Eleven ways in which Douglas Jardine antagonised Australia

Martin Williamson

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Rugger buggers

Oct 18, 2007: With the rugby World Cup final taking place in Paris this weekend, a look at XV players who were good enough to play both sports to a high standard

Martin Williamson

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Young turks at the top

Oct 10, 2007: Eleven instances where selectors decided to plump for young or inexperienced captains over seasoned campaigners

Siddarth Ravindran

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Tedium in coloured clothing

Oct 4, 2007: Eleven 50-over matches that failed to set the pulse racing

Martin Williamson and Andrew Miller

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Unfulfilled potential

Sep 27, 2007: Young Cricketers of the Year who haven't quite gone on to make the grade

Martin Williamson

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Different era, same brilliance ... Pt 2

Sep 19, 2007: A second batch of XI players from the past who would have excelled at Twenty20

Martin Williamson and Siddarth Ravindran

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Different era, same brilliance

Sep 12, 2007: Which players from the past would have done well at Twenty20? We put our thinking caps on.

Martin Williamson and Siddarth Ravindran

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Earthquakes, sandstorms, fire and ice

Sep 5, 2007: Eleven more instances where play has been brought to a halt by unusual interventions

Martin Williamson

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Big hair and big hits

Aug 29, 2007: Cricinfo casts an eye over the highlights of Twenty20 internationals to date

Andrew Miller

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Lording it at Lord's

Aug 22, 2007: Cricinfo looks back at 11 players to have claimed Man-of-the-Match awards for starring in finals at Lord's

Andrew McGlashan

An apolitical Zimbabwe XI

Look what you're missing

Aug 16, 2007: What the current Zimbabwe side might look like were it not for politics and politicians

Martin Williamson

Best performances at The Oval

Taking centre stage at Kennington

Aug 8, 2007: England and India have played nine Tests at The Oval over the years and Cricinfo looks back at the memorable performances

George Binoy

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Ripe old age

Jul 31, 2007: Eleven players who continued turning out well beyond normal retirement age

Martin Williamson

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Ten out of ten

Jul 26, 2007: Last Sunday Durham's Otis Gibson took all ten wickets in Hampshire's first innings, the 79th instance in first-class cricket. Here are some of the others

Martin Williamson

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Gene genie

Jul 18, 2007: Stuart Broad's selection for England puts him among a select group whose fathers have also played for England. Here are XI others

Martin Williamson

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Out of Asia

Jul 10, 2007: Eleven cricketers of Asian extraction who have played for England ... with varying degrees of success

Andrew Miller

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Snow, sun, plague and eclipse

Jun 28, 2007: Eleven instances where play has been brought to a halt by unusual interventions

Martin Williamson

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Horror starts

Jun 20, 2007: Batsmen who have been out to the first ball of a Test

Martin Williamson

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Off to a flier

Jun 14, 2007: Darren Sammy's return of 7 for 66 on his debut for West Indies at Old Trafford was not quite enough to give his side victory, nor did it put him in the top XI of best returns on debut. Here are the best of the best

Martin Williamson

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Hawk-Eye, hotspots and Daddles the Duck

Jun 7, 2007: Watching cricket on TV has benefited considerably from technological advances since the first broadcast of a Test in 1938. Here is our XI of the advances that have had the most impact

Martin Williamson
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