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asked Prasanna from India I think it's just a tradition - and an attempt to ensure that the match is boiling up nicely by the weekend, to maximise the crowd.In the days when there was no play on Sundays, it also meant that the rest day fell neatly about halfway through the match.
asked Jeremy Gilling from Australia (and several others)The feat is relatively uncommon - Kevin Pietersen was the 31st man to make two scores of 50 or more on his debut Test, at Lord's last week.
I think the colours are black, red, yellow and black.
As a kid, I used to think that it was an alternative to the plain white England sweater - but now I'm not so sure. asked Paul Buckler from New Zealand That is what used to be called the MCC touring sweater - it's what the England team wore in overseas Tests almost throughout the 20th century, starting soon after the Marylebone Cricket Club took on the responsibility for England's overseas tours in 1903-04.
The most recent before him was his team-mate Andrew Strauss, against New Zealandat Lord's last year.
Six others have achieved the feat for England: KS Ranjitsinhji in 1896, George Gunn in 1907-08, Paul Gibb in 1938-39, Cyril Poole in 1951-52, Peter Richardson in 1956, and Tony Greig in 1972.