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    August 27, 2008

    Bradman reaches century

    Don Bradman, named (along with Kerry Packer) as Australian cricket's most influential person three years ago, would have been 100 years old today.

    Over a 20-year career, bowlers and captains tore their hair out trying to get him out. But research by us shows that it was actually quite easy to get him out. Based on his statistics, it is fairly obvious that all you had to do was to play Australia in the following circumstances and he could be dismissed cheaply.Now, that's not a tough ask, is it?!

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