- 1 Hanif Muhammad Epic 337 Runs
- 2 Brian Luckhurst – A Dependable English Batsman
- 3 Ian Colquhoun – An Accomplished Wicketkeeper
- 4 Chaminda Vaas World Record 8 for 19
- 5 Hanif Muhammad Epic 337 Runs
- 6 Brian Luckhurst – A Dependable English Batsman
- 7 Ian Colquhoun – An Accomplished Wicketkeeper
- 8 Chaminda Vaas World Record 8 for 19
- 9 Ali Hussain Rizvi – Forgotten Solitary Test Player
- 10 David Sheppard – A Tall, Graceful off Side Batsman
- 11 WG Grace – A Man Who Wanted to Play Cricket Forever
- 12 Shujauddin – Fighting Gusty Pioneering Test Cricketer
- 13 Shane Warne – Greatest Bowlers in the History of the Game
- 14 Jo Angel – Former Australian 6ft 6in Tall Fast Bowler
- 15 Morappakkam Gopalan – The Man Sent Down First Ball in Ranji...
- 16 Dean Jones – Australian Prolific Runs Getter in 1990’s
- 17 Gil Langley – Capable Australian Wicket Keeper
- 18 Bill Johnston – Bradman Invincible Bowler
- 19 Jacques Kallis – Greatest All-Rounder of All Time
- 20 Cuan McCarthy – Quick and Deadly Fast Bowler
- 21 Graeme Pollock – South Africa Cricketer of 20th Century
- 22 Allan Border – Central Figure in the Regeneration of Australian Cricket
- 23 Wally Hammond ! England Giant Batsman 1927–1947
- 24 Akhtar Sarfraz – Left Handed Middle Order Batsman
- 25 The Pinnacle of Pakistan Glory in World Cup 1992
- 26 Pubudu Dassanayake – Former Sri Lankan Wicket Keeper
- 27 Historical Moments of Bangalore Test Match 1987
- 28 Arjuna Ranatunga – Historical Series Win in Pakistan 1995-96
- 29 Abdul Qadir – Leg Spin Magician
- 30 Ian Botham – England’s Greatest Ever all-Rounders
- 31 Sikander Bakht – Matchstick Microphone Man
- 32 The 100th Test Match
- 33 India vs Pakistan – World Championship of Cricket Final 1984-85
- 34 Historical Moments of Bangalore Test Match 1987
- 35 Sri Lanka Triumph Coca-Cola Cup Triangular Series 2001
- 36 Sunil Gavaskar – The Perfect Opener
- 37 Masood Salahuddin – One of Oldest Indo-Pak First-Class Cricketer
- 38 Kapil Dev- The Greatest Indian Cricketer 1978–94
- 39 Farokh Engineer – Adventurous, Extravagant Wicket Keeper
- 40 Arshad Ayub – Unathletic, Little Overweight But Effective
- 41 Merv Wallace – The Under-rated Cricketer
- 42 Under-19s Cricket World Cup 2004
- 43 Abdul Qadir – Leg Spin Magician
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