Perth become the 23rd city to host test matches on two or more grounds

Perth became the 23rd city to have two or more grounds to host testmatches. It had hosted 44 test matches at WACA and the ongoing test matchbetween Australia and India at Perth Stadium. The following table lists the 23cities which have hosted two or more tests. The table details the city, thecountry and also the grounds on which the test match was played.

Colombo city in Sri Lanka is the only city to have four grounds, while Mumbai and Johannesburg have hosted tests on three grounds.

1. Colombo (Sri Lanka) 12. Karachi (Pakistan)
1.  P. Sara Oval 1.  National Stadium
2.  Colombo Cricket Ground 2.  Southend Club Cricket Stadium
3.  R. Premadasa Stadium  
4.  Sinhalese Sports Club Ground  
   
2. Mumbai (India) 13. Chandigarh (India)
1.  Gymkhana Ground 1.  Sector 16 Stadium
2.  Brabourne Stadium 2.  Mohali
3.  Wankhede stadium  
   
3. Johannesburg (South Africa) 14. Dunedin (New Zealand)
1.  Old Wanderers stadium 1.  Carisbrook Stadium
2.  Ellis Park stadium 2.  University Oval Stadium
3.  The Wanderers Stadium  
   
4. Nagpur (India) 15. Multan (Pakistan)
1.  Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground 1.  Ibn-e-Qasim Bagh stadium
2.  Jamtha Ground 2.  Multan Cricket Stadium
   
5. London (England) 16. Bulawayo (Zimbabwe)
1.  Kennington Oval 1.  Queens Sports Club
2.  Lord’s 2.  Bulawayo Athletic Club
   
6. Durban (South Africa) 17. Chennai (India)
1.  Lord’s 1.  MA Chidambaram Stadium
2.  Kingsmead 2.  Nehru Stadium
   
7. Lucknow (India) 18. Brisbane (Australia)
1.  University Ground 1.  Brisbane Cricket Ground
2.  K.D. Singh Babu Stadium 2.  Exhibition Ground
   
8. Lahore (Pakistan) 19. Dhaka (Bangladesh)
1.  Bagh-e-Jinnah 1.  Bangabandhu National Stadium
2.  Gaddafi Stadium 2.  Sher-e-Bangla National stadium
   
9. Hyderabad (India) 20. Peshawar (Pakistan)
1.  Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium 1.  Peshawar Club Ground
2.  Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal 2.  Arbab Niaz Stadium
   
10. Chittagong (Bangladesh) 21. Rawalpindi (Pakistan)
1.  Mohammad Aziz Stadium 1.  Pindi Club Ground
2.  Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium 2.  Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium
   
11. Christchurch (New Zealand) 22. Kandy (Sri Lanka)
1.  AMI stadium 1.  Asgiriya Stadium
2.  Hagley Oval 2.  Pallekele International Cricket Stadium
   
  23. Perth (Australia)
  1. WACA Ground
  2. Perth Stadium

Perth Stadium becomes the tenth Australian ground to host a test match

Perth Stadium became the tenth ground in Australia to host a test match when the second test between Australia and India began today. The following table lists the results of the matches played at all the Australian grounds.

No Team Ground Span Mat Won Lost Tied Draw
1 Australia Melbourne 1877-2017 110 63 30 0 17
2 Australia Sydney 1882-2018 106 59 28 0 19
3 Australia Adelaide 1884-2018 077 40 18 0 19
4 Australia Gabba, Brisbane 1931-2017 060 38 08 1 13
5 Australia WACA, Perth 1970-2017 044 25 11 0 08
6 Australia Hobart 1989-2016 013 09 02 0 02
7 Australia Cairns 2003-2004 002 01 00 0 01
8 Australia Exh Grd, Brisbane 1928-1931 002 01 01 0 00
9 Australia Darwin 2003-2004 002 02 00 0 00
10 Australia Perth Stadium 2018-2018 001 00 00 0 00

Perth became the second city in Australia to host tests on two grounds. It has hosted 44 test matches on WACA. Brisbane is the other city to host the tests on two grounds – Exhibition Grounds and Woolloongabba. The latter has hosted 60 tests, while the former has hosted two tests. The following table lists the results of the matches played at these two grounds.

No Team Ground Span Mat Won Lost Tied Draw
1 Australia Gabba, Brisbane 1931-2017 60 38 8 1 13
2 Australia Exh Grd, Brisbane 1928-1931 02 01 01 00 00
                 
1 Australia WACA, Perth 1970-2017 44 25 11 0 8
2 Australia Perth Stadium 2018-2018 01 00 00 00 00

 

One day games won with two deliveries to spare

West Indies won the second one day game against Bangladesh at Dhaka on 11.12.18 by four wickets with two deliveries to spare to provide the 50th occasion of a team winning a game with two deliveries to spare in the annals of one day games. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 West Indies won 1 wicket 2 v Pakistan Birmingham 11 Jun 1975
2 New Zealand won 1 wicket 2 v West Indies Christchurch 06 Feb 1980
3 New Zealand won 3 wickets 2 v India Brisbane 21 Dec 1980
4 Australia won 4 wickets 2 v West Indies Port of Spain 14 Mar 1984
5 England won 3 wickets 2 v Pakistan Perth 05 Jan 1987
6 Sri Lanka won 4 wickets 2 v Pakistan Multan 17 Jan 1992
7 England won 6 wickets 2 v India Jamshedpur 01 Mar 1993
8 New Zealand won 3 wickets 2 v Australia Hamilton 27 Mar 1993
9 Pakistan won 2 wickets 2 v Sri Lanka Sharjah 02 Nov 1993
10 Pakistan won 6 wickets 2 v Zimbabwe Rawalpindi 25 Dec 1993
11 Australia won 3 wickets 2 v South Africa Peshawar 24 Oct 1994
12 Sri Lanka won 4 wickets 2 v Pakistan Rawalpindi 03 Oct 1995
13 Australia won 5 wickets 2 v Sri Lanka Sydney 21 Dec 1995
14 Sri Lanka won 3 wickets 2 v Australia Melbourne 16 Jan 1996
15 Pakistan won 2 wickets 2 v England Nottingham 01 Sep 1996
16 Zimbabwe won 3 wickets 2 v India Centurion 07 Feb 1997
17 Australia won 3 wickets 2 v New Zealand Adelaide 07 Dec 1997
18 Sri Lanka won 1 wicket 2 v England Adelaide 23 Jan 1999
19 Australia won 5 wickets 2 v South Africa Leeds 13 Jun 1999
20 South Africa won 2 wickets 2 v England East London 04 Feb 2000
21 India won 3 wickets 2 v South Africa Kochi 09 Mar 2000
22 New Zealand won 4 wickets 2 v India Nairobi (Gym) 15 Oct 2000
23 Zimbabwe won 1 wicket 2 v India Faridabad 07 Mar 2002
24 Australia won 2 wickets 2 v England Port Elizabeth 02 Mar 2003
25 South Africa won 4 wickets 2 v West Indies Johannesburg 04 Feb 2004
26 South Africa won 5 wickets 2 v New Zealand Auckland 13 Feb 2004
27 New Zealand won 4 wickets 2 v Australia Melbourne (CS) 05 Dec 2004
28 West Indies won 3 wickets 2 v New Zealand Auckland 04 Mar 2006
29 West Indies won 3 wickets 2 v India Ahmedabad 26 Oct 2006
30 Netherlands won 1 wicket 2 v Canada Benoni 01 Dec 2006
31 Canada won 6 wickets 2 v Ireland Nairobi (Jaff) 04 Feb 2007
32 India won 2 wickets 2 v England The Oval 05 Sep 2007
33 South Africa won 1 wicket 2 v West Indies Port of Spain 03 Jun 2010
34 South Africa won 3 wickets 2 v India Nagpur 12 Mar 2011
35 India won 4 wickets 2 v Australia Adelaide 12 Feb 2012
36 Sri Lanka won 2 wickets 2 v Pakistan Colombo (RPS) 18 Jun 2012
37 India won 5 wickets 2 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 28 Jul 2012
38 India won 1 wicket 2 v Sri Lanka Port of Spain 11 Jul 2013
39 Sri Lanka won 2 wickets 2 v Pakistan Dubai (DSC) 20 Dec 2013
40 Sri Lanka won 2 wickets 2 v Pakistan Abu Dhabi 27 Dec 2013
41 Pakistan won 1 wicket 2 v India Dhaka 02 Mar 2014
42 Afghanistan won 2 wickets 2 v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 22 Jul 2014
43 Afghanistan won 2 wickets 2 v U.A.E. ICCA Dubai 02 Dec 2014
44 Sri Lanka won 6 wickets 2 v England Colombo (RPS) 07 Dec 2014
45 Zimbabwe won 6 wickets 2 v Afghanistan Bulawayo 20 Oct 2015
46 Afghanistan won 2 wickets 2 v Zimbabwe Sharjah 06 Jan 2016
47 India won 6 wickets 2 v Australia Sydney 23 Jan 2016
48 New Zealand won 3 wickets 2 v Pakistan Auckland 31 Jan 2016
49 Afghanistan won 2 wickets 2 v Bangladesh Dhaka 28 Sep 2016
50 West Indies won 4 wickets 2 v Bangladesh Dhaka 11 Dec 2018

West Indies won the second one day game against Bangladesh at Dhaka on 11.12.18 by four wickets with two deliveries to spare to provide the fourth occasion of West Indies winning a game with two deliveries to spare in the annals of one day games. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 West Indies won 1 wicket 2 v Pakistan Birmingham 11 Jun 1975
2 West Indies won 3 wickets 2 v New Zealand Auckland 04 Mar 2006
3 West Indies won 3 wickets 2 v India Ahmedabad 26 Oct 2006
4 West Indies won 4 wickets 2 v Bangladesh Dhaka 11 Dec 2018

West Indies won the second one day game against Bangladesh at Dhaka on 11.12.18 by four wickets with two deliveries to spare to provide the second occasion of a team winning a game with two deliveries to spare against Bangladesh in the annals of one day games. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Afghanistan won 2 wickets 2 v Bangladesh Dhaka 28 Sep 2016
2 West Indies won 4 wickets 2 v Bangladesh Dhaka 11 Dec 2018

The following table lists the eight occasions of a team winning a one day game by one wicket with two deliveries to spare.

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 West Indies won 1 wicket 2 v Pakistan Birmingham 11 Jun 1975
2 New Zealand won 1 wicket 2 v West Indies Christchurch 06 Feb 1980
3 Sri Lanka won 1 wicket 2 v England Adelaide 23 Jan 1999
4 Zimbabwe won 1 wicket 2 v India Faridabad 07 Mar 2002
5 Netherlands won 1 wicket 2 v Canada Benoni 01 Dec 2006
6 South Africa won 1 wicket 2 v West Indies Port of Spain 03 Jun 2010
7 India won 1 wicket 2 v Sri Lanka Port of Spain 11 Jul 2013
8 Pakistan won 1 wicket 2 v India Dhaka 02 Mar 2014

Ranji Trophy 2018-19 : Points table as at the end of the fifth round

The following table furnishes the points earned by each team under each group in the ongoing Ranji Trophy season of 2018-19 as at the end of the fifth round. 

Elite, Group A
No   TEAM M W L T D N/R PT NRR FOR AGAINST
1   Saurashtra 5 2 0 0 3 0 19  -0.035 2547/829.2 2380/766.1
2   Gujarat 5 2 0 0 3 0 17 +0.311 2873/851.2 2363/771.2
3   Baroda 5 1 1 0 3 0 13 +0.392 2703/757.0 2417/760.2
4   Vidarbha 4 1 0 0 3 0 12 +0.134 2063/707.4 1725/620.2
5   Karnataka 4 1 1 0 2 0 12 -0.039 1702/617.2 1677/599.5
6   Maharashtra 4 0 1 0 3 0 7 -0.175 1803/598.4 2131/668.4
7   Railways 4 0 1 0 3 0 7 -0.181 1785/595.5 2343/737.3
8   Mumbai 4 0 1 0 3 0 5 -0.074 2002/651.5 1970/626.2
9   Chhattisgarh 5 0 2 0 3 0 3 -0.392 2081/706.1 2553/764.4
Elite, Group B
No   TEAM M W L T D N/R PT NRR FOR AGAINST
1   Madhya Pradesh 5 2 0 0 3 0 18 -0.353 2434/813.5 2131/637.2
2   Kerala 5 2 2 0 1 0 13 +0.222 2088/712.2 1970/727.1
3   Bengal 4 1 1 0 2 0 12 +0.120 1829/592.3 1638/552.0
4   Hyderabad (India) 5 1 1 0 3 0 12 -0.162 2167/772.0 2253/758.5
5   Tamil Nadu 5 1 1 0 3 0 11 +0.075 1823/682.0 1956/753.0
6   Punjab 4 1 1 0 2 0 9 +0.457 1647/553.0 1481/587.3
7   Himachal Pradesh 4 1 1 0 2 0 9 -0.332 1651/598.4 1913/619.1
8   Delhi 4 0 1 0 3 0 7 +0.009 1697/577.5 1915/654.0
9   Andhra 4 0 1 0 3 0 5 -0.074 1536/583.5 1615/597.0
Elite, Group C
No   TEAM M W L T D N/R PT NRR FOR AGAINST
1   Rajasthan 5 4 0 0 1 0 28 -0.267 2438/846.4 2014/640.1
2   Uttar Pradesh 5 3 0 0 2 0 24 +0.506 2316/678.2 2223/764.3
3   Jharkhand 5 3 1 0 1 0 21 +0.348 2074/664.5 2023/729.5
4   Haryana 5 2 2 0 1 0 15 +0.188 1742/580.2 1730/614.5
5   Assam 5 2 2 0 1 0 14 -0.157 1849/612.3 1785/562.0
6   Odisha 5 2 2 0 1 0 13 +0.002 2211/721.0 2062/672.5
7   Services 5 1 1 0 3 0 9 +0.097 2254/766.3 2302/809.3
8   Jammu & Kashmir 5 1 3 0 1 0 7 +0.211 2278/709.3 2313/771.0
9   Goa 5 0 3 0 2 0 6 -0.656 1924/772.4 2552/811.1
10   Tripura 5 0 4 0 1 0 3 -0.222 2211/719.2 2293/695.5
Plate Group
No   TEAM M W L T D N/R PT NRR FOR AGAINST
1   Uttarakhand 5 5 0 0 0 0 33 +0.680 2154/603.3 1893/655.1
2   Meghalaya 5 3 1 0 1 0 19 +0.483 2029/577.0 2219/731.3
3   Puducherry 4 2 0 0 1 1 18 +0.898 1540/420.5 0951/344.2
4   Bihar 4 2 1 0 0 1 14 +1.140 1349/356.5 0639/242.0
5   Sikkim 5 2 3 0 0 0 13 -0.286 1908/595.4 2610/748.0
6   Manipur 5 2 3 0 0 0 12 -0.124 1852/555.2 1878/543.0
7   Nagaland 4 1 3 0 0 0 7 -0.069 1919/561.4 1596/457.5
8   Arunachal Pradesh 4 0 3 0 1 0 3 -1.506 1464/528.0 1690/395.0
9   Mizoram 4 0 3 0 1 0 1 -1.105 1055/381.4 1794/463.4

Ranji Trophy 2018-19 : Results of the Matches of Fourth and Fifth round

Here are the results of the matches of fourth and fifth rounds of matches played in the ongoing 2018-19 season of Ranji Trophy

MATCH RESULTS OF FOURTH ROUND
No Team 1 Team 2 Winner Margin Ground Match Date
1 Arunachal Uttarakhand Uttarakhand inns & 73 runs Goalpara Nov 28-30, 2018
2 Assam Haryana Assam inns & 35 runs Guwahati Nov 28-30, 2018
3 Bihar Sikkim Bihar 395 runs Patna Nov 28-30, 2018
4 Chhattisgarh Vidarbha Vidarbha 010 wkts Raipur Nov 28-Dec 01, 2018
5 Delhi Punjab Punjab 010 wkts Delhi Nov 28-30, 2018
6 Goa Jharkhand Jharkhand 007 wkts Porvorim Nov 28-Dec 01, 2018
7 Hyderabad H. Pradesh Hyderabad 010 wkts Hyd-RGS Nov 28-Dec 01, 2018
8 Karnataka Maharashtra Karnataka 007 wkts Mysore Nov 28-Dec 01, 2018
9 Kerala M. Pradesh M. Pradesh 005 wkts Thumba Nov 28-Dec 01, 2018
10 Manipur Meghalaya Meghalaya 009 wkts Kolkata Nov 28-30, 2018
11 Mumbai Gujarat Gujarat 009 wkts Mumbai Nov 28-Dec 01, 2018
12 Odisha Tripura Odisha 005 wkts Cuttack Nov 28-Dec 01, 2018
13 Puducherry Mizoram Puducherry inns & 238 runs Puducherry Nov 28-Dec 01, 2018
14 Saurashtra Baroda drawn   Rajkot Nov 28-Dec 01, 2018
15 Services J + K Services 005 wkts Delhi Nov 28-Dec 01, 2018
16 Tamil Nadu Bengal Bengal 001 wkt Chennai Nov 28-Dec 01, 2018
17 U. Pradesh Rajasthan drawn   Kanpur Nov 28-Dec 01, 2018
MATCH RESULTS OF FIFTH ROUND
No Baroda Chhattisgarh Baroda 009 wkts Vadodara Dec 06-08, 2018
1 Bihar Arunachal Bihar inns & 317 runs Patna Dec 06-08, 2018
2 Delhi Andhra drawn   Delhi Dec 06-09, 2018
3 Goa Services drawn   Porvorim Dec 06-09, 2018
4 Gujarat Railways drawn   Valsad Dec 06-09, 2018
5 J + K U. Pradesh U. Pradesh 006 wkts Jammu Dec 06-08, 2018
6 Jharkhand Odisha Jharkhand 002 runs Ranchi Dec 06-09, 2018
7 M. Pradesh Hyderabad M. Pradesh inns & 253 runs Indore Dec 06-08, 2018
8 Maharashtra Mumbai drawn   Pune Dec 06-09, 2018
9 Nagaland Manipur Manipur 007 wkts Sovima Dec 06-08, 2018
10 Punjab H. Pradesh H. Pradesh inns & 107 runs Mohali Dec 06-09, 2018
11 Rajasthan Assam Rajasthan inns & 43 runs Jaipur Dec 06-08, 2018
12 Saurashtra Karnataka Saurashtra 087 runs Rajkot Dec 06-08, 2018
13 Sikkim Puducherry Puducherry inns & 159 runs Wayanad Dec 06-09, 2018
14 Tamil Nadu Kerala Tamil Nadu 151 runs Chennai Dec 06-09, 2018
15 Tripura Haryana Haryana 055 runs Agartala Dec 06-09, 2018
16 Uttarakhand Meghalaya Uttarakhand 008 wkts Dehradun Dec 06-09, 2018

RR Pant of India shares the record for most dismissals in a test

RR Pant of India effected eleven dismissals against Australia in the just concluded test to own the record jointly with RC Russell of England and AB de Villiers of South Africa for most dismissals in a test. All the three wicketkeepers have effected eleven dismissals. The following table lists the wicket keepers who have effected ten or more dismissals in a test.

No Player Dis Ct St Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 RC Russell 11 11 0 Eng SAF Johannesburg 30 Nov 1995
2 AB de Villiers 11 11 0 SAF Pak Johannesburg 01 Feb 2013
3 RR Pant 11 11 0 Ind Aus Adelaide 06 Dec 2018
4 RW Taylor 10 10 0 Eng Ind Mumbai 15 Feb 1980
5 AC Gilchrist 10 10 0 Aus NZl Hamilton 31 Mar 2000
6 WP Saha 10 10 0 Ind SAF Cape Town 05 Jan 2018

RR Pant became the second Indian gloveman to effect ten or more dismissals in a test after WP Saha. WP Saha had dismissed ten South African batsmen at Cape Town in Jan 2018. Thus RR Pant’s effort in this test at Adelaide in an Indian record for most dismissals in a test. WP Saha’s record was obliterated by RR Pant in just under a year.

No Player Dis Ct St Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 RR Pant 11 11 0 Ind Aus Adelaide 06 Dec 2018
2 WP Saha 10 10 0 Ind SAF Cape Town 05 Jan 2018

RR Pant’s effort is a record for most dismissals in a test against Australia. Previously, three wicketkeepers – DA Murray, RD Jacobs and MS Dhoni – had effected nine dismissals against Australia. The feats of these four wicketkeepers are detailed below. RR Pant’s effort is a record for most dismissals by an Indian wicketkeeper against Australia. He obliterated MS Dhoni’s record of nine dismissals at Melbourne in Dec 2014.

No Player Dis Ct St Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 RR Pant 11 11 0 Ind Aus Adelaide 06 Dec 2018
2 DA Murray 9 9 0 Win Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 1981
3 RD Jacobs 9 8 1 Win Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2000
4 MS Dhoni 9 8 1 Ind Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2014

 

Australian bowlers capturing six or more wickets in a test innings against India

NM Lyon of Australia captured six wickets conceding 122 runs in the third innings of the ongoing test at Adelaide against India to provide the 103rd occasion of a bowler capturing six or more wickets in a test innings against India. It also provides the 25th occasion of an Australian bowler capturing six or more wickets in a test innings against India. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 ERH Toshack 17.0×8 6 29 6 3 v India Brisbane 28 Nov 1947
2 RR Lindwallx8 16.5 4 38 7 3 v India Adelaide 23 Jan 1948
3 R Benaud 29.3 10 72 7 1 v India Chennai 19 Oct 1956
4 RR Lindwall 22.5 9 43 7 3 v India Chennai 19 Oct 1956
5 R Benaud 29.0 10 52 6 2 v India Kolkata 02 Nov 1956
6 AK Davidson 57.3 23 93 7 3 v India Kanpur 19 Dec 1959
7 GD McKenzie 32.3 8 58 6 2 v India Chennai 02 Oct 1964
8 GD McKenzie 21.4 2 66 7 1 v India Melbourne 30 Dec 1967
9 AA Mallett 32.3 10 64 6 2 v India Delhi 28 Nov 1969
10 GD McKenzie 33.4 12 67 6 1 v India Kolkata 12 Dec 1969
11 JD Higgs 41.3 12 143 7 2 v India Chennai 11 Sep 1979
12 G Dymock 28.4 5 67 7 3 v India Kanpur 02 Oct 1979
13 BA Reid 26.2 7 66 6 1 v India Melbourne 26 Dec 1991
14 BA Reid 29.0 9 60 6 3 v India Melbourne 26 Dec 1991
15 MR Whitney 12.1 3 27 7 4 v India Perth 01 Feb 1992
16 SK Warne 42.3 5 125 6 2 v India Chennai 14 Oct 2004
17 MJ Clarke 6.2 0 9 6 3 v India Mumbai 03 Nov 2004
18 JJ Krejza 43.5 1 215 8 1 v India Nagpur 06 Nov 2008
19 NM Lyon 23.2 4 94 7 2 v India Delhi 22 Mar 2013
20 NM Lyon 34.1 5 152 7 4 v India Adelaide 09 Dec 2014
21 SNJ O’Keefe 13.1 2 35 6 2 v India Pune 23 Feb 2017
22 SNJ O’Keefe 15.0 4 35 6 4 v India Pune 23 Feb 2017
23 NM Lyon 22.2 4 50 8 1 v India Bengaluru 04 Mar 2017
24 JR Hazlewood 24.0 5 67 6 3 v India Bengaluru 04 Mar 2017
25 NM Lyon 42.0 7 122 6 3 v India Adelaide 06 Dec 2018

NM Lyon’s six for 122 in the ongoing test against India at Adelaide provides the fourth occasion of his capturing six or more wickets in a test innings against India. He now holds the record for most six plus wicket hauls in a test innings against India. He went pas GD McKenzie who had three six plus wicket hauls against India.

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 GD McKenzie 32.3 8 58 6 2 v India Chennai 02 Oct 1964
2 GD McKenzie 21.4 2 66 7 1 v India Melbourne 30 Dec 1967
3 GD McKenzie 33.4 12 67 6 1 v India Kolkata 12 Dec 1969
                   
1 NM Lyon 23.2 4 94 7 2 v India Delhi 22 Mar 2013
2 NM Lyon 34.1 5 152 7 4 v India Adelaide 09 Dec 2014
3 NM Lyon 22.2 4 50 8 1 v India Bengaluru 04 Mar 2017
4 NM Lyon 42.0 7 122 6 3 v India Adelaide 06 Dec 2018

NM Lyon’s six for 122 in the ongoing test against India at Adelaide provides the sixth occasion of an Australian bowler capturing six or more wickets in a test innings against India in Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 ERH Toshack 17.0×8 6 29 6 3 v India Brisbane 28 Nov 1947
2 RR Lindwallx8 16.5 4 38 7 3 v India Adelaide 23 Jan 1948
3 GD McKenzie 21.4 2 66 7 1 v India Melbourne 30 Dec 1967
4 BA Reid 26.2 7 66 6 1 v India Melbourne 26 Dec 1991
5 BA Reid 29.0 9 60 6 3 v India Melbourne 26 Dec 1991
6 MR Whitney 12.1 3 27 7 4 v India Perth 01 Feb 1992
7 NM Lyon 34.1 5 152 7 4 v India Adelaide 09 Dec 2014
8 NM Lyon 42.0 7 122 6 3 v India Adelaide 06 Dec 2018

NM Lyon’s six for 122 in the ongoing test against India at Adelaide provides the second occasion of his capturing six or more wickets in a test innings against India in Australia. He now shares the record with BA Reid who also had captured six wickets in a test innings on two occasions. The feats of these two bowlers are tabulated below. BA Reid had captured six wickets in each innings of the test at Melbourne, while NM Lyon has captured six wickets in  a test innings in two separate tests at Adelaide

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 BA Reid 26.2 7 66 6 1 v India Melbourne 26 Dec 1991
2 BA Reid 29.0 9 60 6 3 v India Melbourne 26 Dec 1991
                   
1 NM Lyon 34.1 5 152 7 4 v India Adelaide 09 Dec 2014
2 NM Lyon 42.0 7 122 6 3 v India Adelaide 06 Dec 2018

NM Lyon of Australia captured six wickets conceding 122 runs in the third innings of the ongoing test at Adelaide against  India to provide the sixth occasion of a bowler capturing six or more wickets in a test innings conceding 100 plus  runs against India. It also provides the second occasion of NM Lyon capturing six or more wickets in a test innings conceding 100 plus runs against India. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 JD Higgs 41.3 12 143 7 2 v India Chennai 11 Sep 1979
2 SK Warne 42.3 5 125 6 2 v India Chennai 14 Oct 2004
3 JJ Krejza 43.5 1 215 8 1 v India Nagpur 06 Nov 2008
4 NM Lyon 34.1 5 152 7 4 v India Adelaide 09 Dec 2014
5 NM Lyon 42.0 7 122 6 3 v India Adelaide 06 Dec 2018

 

 

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