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One-day cricket The recent one-day cricket international between Australia and South Africa was a record-breaking feast. Australia scored 434 in 50 overs, beating the previous highest ever total by 36 runs. South Africa went on to win, scoring 438. The match had the two highest totals ever made, the most fours (87), the most sixes (26) and the most runs conceded by a single bowler (113, off Mick Lewis) in a one-day match. The match also provided a chance to beat the bookmakers, but not as thoroughly as should have been the case. The odds on real long shots are…

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