Order of wickets in cricket

If a batsman is clean bowled with each of the first ten balls of an innings, in what order are the batsmen out and which batsman is left standing? The batsmen are numbered 1 to 11.
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Last updated: January 17, 2020
First submittedApril 15, 2013
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1st wicket
1
2nd wicket
3
3rd wicket
4
4th wicket
5
5th wicket
6
6th wicket
7
7th wicket
2
8th wicket
9
9th wicket
10
10th wicket
11
Not out
8
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Level 77
Nov 5, 2015
Unless they are run out or caught having changed ends.
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Level 37
Apr 12, 2017
What if the batsman has crossed?
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Level 59
Oct 19, 2017
Rather makes it too complicated to do then. Assume they've all been bowled, or lbw.
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Level 23
Jun 6, 2017
fun quiz .... had to think about that and ran out of time
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Level 41
Jan 23, 2018
Close shave!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 0:07 left
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Level 74
Jan 15, 2020
I've changed "If a wicket is taken" to "If a batsman is clean bowled", although the change hasn't appeared yet.
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Level 75
Nov 26, 2022
That's quite a collapse. At high school I was in a side that, chasing 64 to win, lost 5 wickets in an (8 ball) over to go from 59-5 to 59 all out, and we lost by 4 runs. We didn't have a strong tail that year.