Question: Who has scored most Test wickets without a 10w match haul?
Spider says: Surprisingly, this distinction falls to Bob Willis, whose best match figures were nine for 92 (this was not at Headingley in 1981, where he had only taken 0 for 72 in the first innings). Second place is a bit of a surprise too - Brett Lee stands on 310 Test wickets without a ten-fer.
Q: And the most Test career wickets without a 5wI?
A :Mike Hendrick (England) took 87 Test wickets with a best of four for 28.
Q: Has any player ever scored 2,000 runs in an English domestic season without a century?
A: Lancashire opener David Green scored 2037 runs in 35 matches in the 1965 season, including 14 fifties with a highest score of 85.
Q: Which Englishman has scored most runs in Ashes Tests?
A: Sir Jack Hobbs scored 3636 runs at 54.26, notching 12 centuries in 41 Ashes Tests.
Q: And who has taken most Ashes wickets for England?
A: Ian Botham leads the list wth 148 Aussie victims in 36 Tests, at a cost of 27.65 per wicket. In both batting and bowling categories, however, Australian players lead the all-time lists - Don Bradman scored 5028 runs at 89.78, and Shane Warne took 172 wickets at 22.30.
When was the first occasion that a team won a First Class match without conceding a wicket?
, Lancashire beat Leicestershire by 10 wickets without conceding a single wicket.
West Indies' Andy Ganteaume has the highest ever Test average, with 112 in his only Test innings. Has anyone else produced a century in their only Test?
Yes, New Zealand's Rodney Redmond scored 107 and 56 in his only Test against Pakistan at Christchurch, 1972-73