Australian bowlers capturing four or more wickets in one day internationals against India

JA Richardson of Australia captured four for 26 in the first one day international against India at Sydney on 12.01.19 to provide the 31st occasion of an Australian bowler capturing four or more wickets against India  in one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player O M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 GS Chappell 9.5 5 15 5 1 v India Sydney 08 Jan 1981
2 DK Lillee 10.0 1 32 4 2 v India Sydney 15 Jan 1981
3 KH MacLeay 11.5 3 39 6 2 v India Nottingham 13 Jun 1983
4 CG Rackemann 10.0 1 41 4 2 v India New Delhi 28 Sep 1984
5 TG Hogan 8.0 0 33 4 1 v India Trivandrum 01 Oct 1984
6 BA Reid 10.0 0 53 5 2 v India Adelaide 26 Jan 1986
7 CJ McDermott 10.0 0 56 4 2 v India Chennai 09 Oct 1987
8 TM Alderman 10.0 2 32 5 2 v India Christchurch 03 Mar 1990
9 DW Fleming 9.0 0 36 5 2 v India Mumbai 27 Feb 1996
10 SR Waugh 9.0 0 40 4 2 v India Sharjah 19 Apr 1998
11 JN Gillespie 9.0 1 26 4 2 v India Colombo (SSC) 28 Aug 1999
12 GD McGrath 10.0 4 8 4 1 v India Sydney 14 Jan 2000
13 A Symonds 3.3 0 11 4 1 v India Sydney 14 Jan 2000
14 B Lee 8.5 1 27 5 2 v India Adelaide 26 Jan 2000
15 NW Bracken 10.0 2 29 4 2 v India Mumbai 01 Nov 2003
16 MJ Clarke 10.0 0 42 4 2 v India Mumbai 01 Nov 2003
17 IJ Harvey 4.5 0 21 4 2 v India Kolkata 18 Nov 2003
18 MG Johnson 4.0 0 11 4 2 v India Kuala Lumpur 16 Sep 2006
19 B Lee 8.5 0 38 5 2 v India Kuala Lumpur 22 Sep 2006
20 MG Johnson 10.0 0 26 5 1 v India Vadodara 11 Oct 2007
21 GB Hogg 10.0 0 49 4 2 v India Nagpur 14 Oct 2007
22 B Lee 9.0 2 27 5 1 v India Brisbane 03 Feb 2008
23 B Lee 9.1 1 58 5 2 v India Sydney 24 Feb 2008
24 DE Bollinger 10.0 4 35 5 1 v India Guwahati 08 Nov 2009
25 CJ McKay 4.4 0 20 4 2 v India Melbourne 05 Feb 2012
26 BW Hilfenhaus 9.3 1 33 5 2 v India Brisbane 19 Feb 2012
27 MG Johnson 10.0 1 46 4 1 v India Mohali 19 Oct 2013
28 MA Starc 10.0 2 43 6 1 v India Melbourne 18 Jan 2015
29 JW Hastings 10.0 0 58 4 1 v India Melbourne 17 Jan 2016
30 KW Richardson 10.0 1 68 5 2 v India Canberra 20 Jan 2016
31 JA Richardson 10.0 2 26 4 2 v India Sydney 12 Jan 2019

JA Richardson of Australia captured four for 26 in the first one day international against India at Sydney on 12.01.19 to provide the 13th occasion of an Australian bowler capturing four or more wickets against India  on home soil in one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player O M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 GS Chappell 9.5 5 15 5 1 v India Sydney 08 Jan 1981
2 DK Lillee 10.0 1 32 4 2 v India Sydney 15 Jan 1981
3 BA Reid 10.0 0 53 5 2 v India Adelaide 26 Jan 1986
4 GD McGrath 10.0 4 8 4 1 v India Sydney 14 Jan 2000
5 A Symonds 3.3 0 11 4 1 v India Sydney 14 Jan 2000
6 B Lee 8.5 1 27 5 2 v India Adelaide 26 Jan 2000
7 B Lee 9.0 2 27 5 1 v India Brisbane 03 Feb 2008
8 B Lee 9.1 1 58 5 2 v India Sydney 24 Feb 2008
9 CJ McKay 4.4 0 20 4 2 v India Melbourne 05 Feb 2012
10 BW Hilfenhaus 9.3 1 33 5 2 v India Brisbane 19 Feb 2012
11 MA Starc 10.0 2 43 6 1 v India Melbourne 18 Jan 2015
12 JW Hastings 10.0 0 58 4 1 v India Melbourne 17 Jan 2016
13 KW Richardson 10.0 1 68 5 2 v India Canberra 20 Jan 2016
14 JA Richardson 10.0 2 26 4 2 v India Sydney 12 Jan 2019

JA Richardson of Australia captured four for 26 in the first one  day international against India at Sydney on 12.01.19 to provide the sixth occasion of an Australian bowler capturing four or more wickets against India  at Sydney in one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player O M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 GS Chappell 9.5 5 15 5 1 v India Sydney 08 Jan 1981
2 DK Lillee 10.0 1 32 4 2 v India Sydney 15 Jan 1981
3 GD McGrath 10.0 4 8 4 1 v India Sydney 14 Jan 2000
4 A Symonds 3.3 0 11 4 1 v India Sydney 14 Jan 2000
5 B Lee 9.1 1 58 5 2 v India Sydney 24 Feb 2008
6 JA Richardson 10.0 2 26 4 2 v India Sydney 12 Jan 2019

Cricketers appearing in 50 plus one day games against a specific opposition

MS Dhoni made his 50th appearance in one day games against Australia when he played the Adelaide one day international on 15.01.19, to provide the 67th occasion of a cricketer playing 50 plus matches against a specific opposition in the annals of one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulate below

No Player Team Opp Mat
1 MS Atapattu Srl Ind 52
2 M Azharuddin Ind Pak 64
3 M Azharuddin Ind Srl 53
4 AR Border Aus NZl 52
5 AR Border Aus Win 61
6 E Chigumbura Zim Ban 55
7 PA de Silva Srl Ind 58
8 PA de Silva Srl Pak 75
9 MS Dhoni Ind Aus 50
10 MS Dhoni Ind Srl 66
11 TM Dilshan Srl Ind 70
12 R Dravid Ind Pak 58
13 SC Ganguly Ind Pak 53
14 DL Haynes Win Aus 64
15 DL Haynes Win Pak 65
16 Ijaz Ahmed Pak Ind 53
17 Inzamam-ul-Haq Pak Ind 67
18 Inzamam-ul-Haq Pak Srl 63
19 Javed Miandad Pak Win 64
20 ST Jayasuriya Srl Ind 89
21 ST Jayasuriya Srl Pak 82
22 DPMD Jayawardene Srl Aus 56
23 DPMD Jayawardene Srl Ind 87
24 DPMD Jayawardene Srl NZl 50
25 DPMD Jayawardene Srl Pak 67
26 JH Kallis RSA Aus 50
27 BC Lara Win Aus 51
28 RS Mahanama Srl Pak 52
29 H Masakadza Zim Ban 52
30 EJG Morgan Eng Aus 52
31 M Muralitharan Srl Ind 63
32 M Muralitharan Srl Pak 65
33 RT Ponting Aus Ind 59
34 RT Ponting Aus NZl 51
35 SK Raina Ind Srl 55
36 Rameez Raja Pak Win 53
37 A Ranatunga Srl Ind 56
38 A Ranatunga Srl Pak 67
39 JN Rhodes RSA Aus 55
40 IVA Richards Win Aus 54
41 RB Richardson Win Aus 51
42 RB Richardson Win Pak 61
43 Saeed Anwar Pak Ind 50
44 Saeed Anwar Pak Srl 52
45 Saleem Malik Pak Ind 52
46 Saleem Malik Pak Srl 53
47 KC Sangakkara Srl Ind 76
48 KC Sangakkara Srl Pak 56
49 V Sehwag Ind Srl 55
50 Shahid Afridi Pak Ind 67
51 Shahid Afridi Pak Srl 72
52 BRM Taylor Zim Ban 50
53 SR Tendulkar Ind Aus 71
54 SR Tendulkar Ind Pak 69
55 SR Tendulkar Ind RSA 57
56 SR Tendulkar Ind Srl 84
57 WPUJC Vaas Srl Ind 61
58 WPUJC Vaas Srl Pak 56
59 DL Vettori NZl Aus 59
60 CA Walsh Win Pak 52
61 Waqar Younis Pak Srl 51
62 Wasim Akram Pak Srl 59
63 Wasim Akram Pak Win 64
64 SR Waugh Aus Ind 53
65 SR Waugh Aus NZl 60
66 SR Waugh Aus Win 50
67 Yuvraj Singh Ind Srl 55

MS Dhoni’s 50 appearances against Australia provide the 13th occasion of Indian cricketer appearing in 50 plus one day internationals against a specific opposition. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Team Opp Mat
1 M Azharuddin Ind Pak 64
2 M Azharuddin Ind Srl 53
3 MS Dhoni Ind Aus 50
4 MS Dhoni Ind Srl 66
5 R Dravid Ind Pak 58
6 SC Ganguly Ind Pak 53
7 SK Raina Ind Srl 55
8 V Sehwag Ind Srl 55
9 SR Tendulkar Ind Aus 71
10 SR Tendulkar Ind Pak 69
11 SR Tendulkar Ind RSA 57
12 SR Tendulkar Ind Srl 84
13 Yuvraj Singh Ind Srl 55

It also provides the tenth occasion of a cricketer making 50 plus one day international appearances against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Team Opp Mat
1 MS Dhoni Ind Aus 50
2 DL Haynes Win Aus 64
3 DPMD Jayawardene Srl Aus 56
4 JH Kallis RSA Aus 50
5 BC Lara Win Aus 51
6 EJG Morgan Eng Aus 52
7 JN Rhodes RSA Aus 55
8 IVA Richards Win Aus 54
9 RB Richardson Win Aus 51
10 SR Tendulkar Ind Aus 71

MS Dhoni became the second Indian cricketer to appear in 50 plus one day internationals against Australia after SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has played 71 one day games against Australia

No Player Team Opp Mat
1 MS Dhoni Ind Aus 50
2 SR Tendulkar Ind Aus 71

MS Dhoni has appeared in 50 plus one  day internationals  against two oppositions – against Australia {50} and against Sri Lanka {66}. He became the 20th cricketer in the history of one day internationals to appear in 50 plus games against two or more specific oppositions. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No No Player Team Opp Mat
1 1 DPMD Jayawardene Srl Aus 56
  2 DPMD Jayawardene Srl Ind 87
  3 DPMD Jayawardene Srl NZl 50
  4 DPMD Jayawardene Srl Pak 67
           
2 1 SR Tendulkar Ind Aus 71
  2 SR Tendulkar Ind Pak 69
  3 SR Tendulkar Ind RSA 57
  4 SR Tendulkar Ind Srl 84
           
3 1 SR Waugh Aus Ind 53
  2 SR Waugh Aus NZl 60
  3 SR Waugh Aus Win 50
           
4 1 M Azharuddin Ind Pak 64
  2 M Azharuddin Ind Srl 53
           
5 1 AR Border Aus NZl 52
  2 AR Border Aus Win 61
           
6 1 PA de Silva Srl Ind 58
  2 PA de Silva Srl Pak 75
           
7 1 MS Dhoni Ind Aus 50
  2 MS Dhoni Ind Srl 66
           
8 1 DL Haynes Win Aus 64
  2 DL Haynes Win Pak 65
           
9 1 Inzamam-ul-Haq Pak Ind 67
  2 Inzamam-ul-Haq Pak Srl 63
           
10 1 ST Jayasuriya Srl Ind 89
  2 ST Jayasuriya Srl Pak 82
           
11 1 M Muralitharan Srl Ind 63
  2 M Muralitharan Srl Pak 65
           
12 1 RT Ponting Aus Ind 59
  2 RT Ponting Aus NZl 51
           
13 1 A Ranatunga Srl Ind 56
  2 A Ranatunga Srl Pak 67
           
14 1 RB Richardson Win Aus 51
  2 RB Richardson Win Pak 61
           
15 1 Saeed Anwar Pak Ind 50
  2 Saeed Anwar Pak Srl 52
           
16 1 Saleem Malik Pak Ind 52
  2 Saleem Malik Pak Srl 53
           
17 1 KC Sangakkara Srl Ind 76
  2 KC Sangakkara Srl Pak 56
           
18 1 Shahid Afridi Pak Ind 67
  2 Shahid Afridi Pak Srl 72
           
19 1 WPUJC Vaas Srl Ind 61
  2 WPUJC Vaas Srl Pak 56
           
20 1 Wasim Akram Pak Srl 59
  2 Wasim Akram Pak Win 64

MS Dhoni has appeared in 50 plus one day internationals against two oppositions – against Australia {50} and against Sri Lanka {66}. He became the third Indian cricketer in the history of one day internationals to appear in 50 plus games against two or more specific oppositions. Others are SR Tendulkar {against four teams} and MA Azharuddin {against two teams}.All such occasions are tabulated below

No No Player Team Opp Mat
1 1 SR Tendulkar Ind Aus 71
  2 SR Tendulkar Ind Pak 69
  3 SR Tendulkar Ind RSA 57
  4 SR Tendulkar Ind Srl 84
           
2 1 M Azharuddin Ind Pak 64
  2 M Azharuddin Ind Srl 53
           
3 1 MS Dhoni Ind Aus 50
  2 MS Dhoni Ind Srl 66

MS Dhoni has appeared in 50 plus one day internationals against two oppositions – against Australia {50} and against Sri Lanka {66}. He became the second wicket keeper batsman in the history of one day internationals to appear in 50 plus games against two specific oppositions after KC Sangakkara of Sri Lanka. KC Sangakkara has appeared in 76 games against India and 56 games against Pakistan. All such occasions are tabulated below

No No Player Team Opp Mat
1 1 MS Dhoni Ind Aus 50
  2 MS Dhoni Ind Srl 66
           
2 1 KC Sangakkara Srl Ind 76
  2 KC Sangakkara Srl Pak 56

Australia vs India at Adelaide on 15.01.19 – India won by six wickets

India capped Mohammad Siraj for this game. He became the 225th cricketer to represent India in one day games. He became the 24th Indian cricketer to make his one day debut against Australia.

India capped Mohammad Siraj for this game. He became the 108th cricketer to represent India in one day games on away soil. He became the 13th Indian cricketer to make his one day debut against Australia in Australia

He bowled at number three in this game to provide the 29th occasion of an Indian bowler to bowl at number three on his one day debut. He became the fourth Indian bowler to bowl at number three against Australia on his one day debut.

U Khawaja was dismissed run out for 21 in this game to provide the 110th occasion of an Australian batsman dismissed run out in a one day international against India. It also provides the 40th occasion of an Australian batsman dismissed run out in a one day international against India on home soil. It also provides the tenth occasion of an Australian batsman dismissed run out in a one day international against India at Adelaide.

U Khawaja was dismissed run out for 21 in this game to provide the seventh occasion of an Australian batsman dismissed run out in a one day international against India while batting at number three.  It also provides the second occasion of an Australian batsman dismissed run out in a one day international against India on home soil while batting at number three.. It also provides the first occasion of an Australian batsman dismissed run out in a one day international against India at Adelaide while batting at number three

Adelaide game was the 50th one day international for MS Dhoni against Australia. He became the eleventh cricketer to appear in 50 plus one day games against Australia. Others are – SR Tendulkar {71}, DL Haynes {64}, DL Vettori {59}, DPMD Jayawardene {56}, JN Rhodes {55}, IVA Richards {54}, EJG Morgan {52}, BC Lara {51}. RB Richardson {51} and JH Kallis {50}

MS Dhoni became the second Indian cricketer to appear in 50 plus one day one day internationals against Australia after SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has played 71 games against Australia.

MS Dhoni became the first wicket keeper batsman in the history of one day internationals to appear in 50 games against Australia.

MS Dhoni’s 50 one day appearances against Australia provide the 67th occasion of a cricketer appearing against an Opp 50 plus one day appearances.

MS Dhoni has made 50 plus one day appearances against two teams – against Australia {50} and against Sri Lanka {66}. He became the 20th cricketer to make 50 plus one day appearance against two or more teams in the history of one day internationals.

MS Dhoni has made 50 plus one day appearances against two teams – against Australia {50} and against Sri Lanka {66}. He became the third Indian cricketer to make 50 plus one day appearance against two or more teams in the history of one day internationals. Others are – SR Tendulkar against four teams and MA Azharuddin against two teams

MS Dhoni has made 50 plus one day appearances against two teams – against Australia {50} and against Sri Lanka {66}. He became the the second wicket keeper batsman to make 50 plus one day appearance against two or more teams in the history of one  day internationals after KC Sangakkara. KC Sangakkara has played 76 one day games against India and 56 one day games against Pakistan.

Mohammad Siraj returned with none for 76 in this game to provide the 12th occasion of a bowler conceding 70 plus runs without a wicket on his one day debut in the history of one day internationals. He also became the second Indian bowler to suffer such an ignominy after KD Ghavri. KD Ghavri had returned with figures of none for 83 against England at Lord’s on 07.06.75

SR Marsh scored 131 in this game to provide the 40th occasion of an Australian batsman scoring a century against India in one day internationals. It also provides the 15th occasion of an Australian batsman scoring a century against India in one day internationals in Australia. SE Marsh became the second Australian batsman to score a century against Australia in one day internationals after ME Waugh. ME Waugh has scored 116 runs against India at Adelaide on 26.01.00

With SE Marsh scoring 131 in this game, it provides the father and sons from Australia scoring centuries against India at home. The centuries scored by GR Marsh, MR Marsh and SE Marsh are tabulated below.

No Player Runs Inns Opp Ground Start Date
1 GR Marsh 125 1 Ind Sydney 21 Jan 1986
2 MR Marsh 102* 1 Ind Sydney 23 Jan 2016
3 SE Marsh 131 1 Ind Adelaide 15 Jan 2019

With SE Marsh scoring 131 in this game, it provides the father and sons from Australia scoring centuries against India. The centuries scored by GR Marsh, MR Marsh and SE Marsh are tabulated below.

No Player Runs Inns Opp Ground Start Date
1 GR Marsh 125 1 Ind Sydney 21 Jan 1986
2 GR Marsh 104 1 Ind Jaipur 07 Sep 1986
3 GR Marsh 110 1 Ind Chennai 09 Oct 1987
4 MR Marsh 102* 1 Ind Sydney 23 Jan 2016
5 SE Marsh 131 1 Ind Adelaide 15 Jan 2019

SE Marsh’s 131 was in a losing cause to provide the 49th occasion of Australian batsman’s century going in vain in one day internationals. It also provides the 24th occasion of Australian batsman’s century going in vain in one day internationals against India. It also provides the fourth occasion of Australian batsman’s century going in vain in one day internationals against India on home soil. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Opp Ground Start Date
1 ML Hayden 109 2 Ind Brisbane 18 Jan 2004
2 DA Warner 122 1 Ind Sydney 23 Jan 2016
3 MR Marsh 102* 1 Ind Sydney 23 Jan 2016
4 SE Marsh 131 1 Ind Adelaide 15 Jan 2019

MS Dhoni’s half century – 55 not out – in this game provides the 41st occasion of his scoring a half century in India’s winning one  day internationals. He now stands third in the list of Indian batsmen who have scored most half centuries in India’s winning one day internationals. SR Tendulkar {59} and R Dravid {47} occupy the first and second places. MS Dhoni went past SC Ganguly who had an aggregate of 40 half centuries in India’s winning one day internationals.

MS Dhoni’s aggregate in India’s winning one day internationals read 2841 runs with his 41 half centuries. He now stands third in the list of Indian batsmen who have scored most runs in India’s winning one day internationals with their half centuries.  SR Tendulkar {4310} and R Dravid {3104} occupy the first and second places with their 59 and 47 half centuries,  MS Dhoni went past SC Ganguly who had an aggregate of 2836 runs with his 40 half centuries in India’s winning one day internationals.

V Kohli scored 104 in this game to provide the 39th occasion of his scoring a century in one day games. He now stands second in the list of batsmen who have scored most centuries in one day internationals. SR Tendulkar with 49 centuries to his credit occupies the first place.

V Kohli scored 104 in this game to provide the 39th occasion of his scoring a century in one day games. He now stands second in the list of Indian batsmen who have scored most centuries in one day internationals. SR Tendulkar with 49 centuries to his credit occupies the first place.

It also represents his 18th century on away soil – most by any batsman in the history of one day internationals. It also represents his sixth century against Australia. Other batsmen to score six or more centuries against Australia are – SR Tendulkar {09}, RG Sharma {07} and DL Haynes {06}.

It also represents his third century against Australia in Australia. Others to score three or more centuries against Australia in Australia are – RG Sharma {04} and IVA Richards {03}

It also represents his 24th century while a team has batted second in the match and his eleventh century while a team has batted second in a match on away soil. Both are the world records in their respective parameters.

It also represents his 21st century while a team has batted second and won the match and his ninth century while a team has batted second and won the match on away soil. Both are the world records in their respective parameters.

MS Dhoni effected one stumping dismissal in this game which gave him an aggregate of 116 stumping dismissals in one day games. They also gave him an aggregate of 43 stumping dismissals on away soil

MS Dhoni’s two dismissals in this game fetched him an aggregate of 56 dismissals against Australia. He now holds the record for most dismissals by a wicket keeper against Australia. He went past MV Boucher of South Africa who had an aggregate of 54 dismissals against Australia.

MS Dhoni’s aggregate of catches against Australia read 40 at the end of this game. He became the third wicket keeper to pouch 40 plus catches against Australia. Others are – MV Boucher {49} and PJL Dujon {41}

India won this game by six wickets with four balls to spare to provide the 49th occasion of India winning a one day international by a single digit delivery to spare {0ne to nine}. All such occasions are listed below.

No Team Result Margin BR Bat Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India won 3 wickets 9 2nd v Australia Delhi 02 Oct 1986
2 India won 3 wickets 9 2nd v Zimbabwe Sharjah 26 Oct 2000
3 India won 6 wickets 9 2nd v Australia Sharjah 24 Apr 1998
4 India won 3 wickets 8 2nd v Sri Lanka Ranchi 16 Nov 2014
5 India won 6 wickets 8 2nd v Zimbabwe Auckland 14 Mar 2015
6 India won 4 wickets 8 2nd v England Gwalior 05 Mar 1993
7 India won 6 wickets 8 2nd v Sri Lanka Colombo (SSC) 17 Sep 1994
8 India won 1 wickets 7 2nd v West Indies Cuttack 29 Nov 2011
9 India won 5 wickets 7 2nd v Australia Visakhapatnam 20 Oct 2010
10 India won 3 wickets 7 2nd v England Sharjah 02 Apr 1987
11 India won 6 wickets 7 2nd v England Lord’s 29 Jun 2002
12 India won 5 wickets 7 2nd v New Zealand Bengaluru 07 Dec 2010
13 India won 2 wickets 7 2nd v Australia Bengaluru 21 Oct 1996
14 India won 7 wickets 7 2nd v Bangladesh Dhaka 15 Jun 2014
15 India won 6 wickets 7 2nd v Australia Melbourne 31 Jan 1986
16 India won 6 wickets 6 2nd v Bangladesh Fatullah 26 Feb 2014
17 India won 5 wickets 6 2nd v Bangladesh Dhaka 10 May 2007
18 India won 4 wickets 6 2nd v England Faridabad 31 Mar 2006
19 India won 6 wickets 5 2nd v South Africa Belfast 29 Jun 2007
20 India won 4 wickets 5 2nd v South Africa Centurion 11 Dec 1992
21 India won 2 wickets 5 2nd v Sri Lanka Adelaide 19 Feb 2008
22 India won 7 wickets 5 2nd v England Indore 15 Apr 2006
23 India won 3 wickets 5 2nd v Sri Lanka Sharjah 13 Apr 1986
24 India won 3 wickets 5 2nd v Sri Lanka Sharjah 06 Nov 1998
25 India won 4 wickets 4 2nd v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 27 Jun 2001
26 India won 8 wickets 4 2nd v West Indies Cuttack 09 Nov 1994
27 India won 6 wickets 4 2nd v Australia Adelaide 15 Jan 2019
28 India won 6 wickets 4 2nd v South Africa Belfast 01 Jul 2007
29 India won 5 wickets 4 2nd v England Mohali 20 Oct 2011
30 India won 6 wickets 3 2nd v England Jalandhar 20 Dec 1981
31 India won 7 wickets 3 2nd v Zimbabwe Guwahati 22 Mar 1993
32 India won 7 wickets 3 2nd v Pakistan Toronto 20 Sep 1997
33 India won 6 wickets 3 2nd v Australia Nagpur 30 Oct 2013
34 India won 2 wickets 3 2nd v Sri Lanka Colombo (SSC) 25 Aug 1985
35 India won 2 wickets 3 2nd v England Lord’s 13 Jul 2002
36 India won 4 wickets 3 2nd v Pakistan Karachi 30 Sep 1997
37 India won 2 wickets 2 2nd v England The Oval 05 Sep 2007
38 India won 6 wickets 2 2nd v Australia Sydney 23 Jan 2016
39 India won 1 wickets 2 2nd v Sri Lanka Port of Spain 11 Jul 2013
40 India won 5 wickets 2 2nd v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 28 Jul 2012
41 India won 4 wickets 2 2nd v Australia Adelaide 12 Feb 2012
42 India won 3 wickets 2 2nd v South Africa Kochi 09 Mar 2000
43 India won 1 wickets 1 2nd v New Zealand Auckland 11 Jan 2003
44 India won 6 wickets 1 2nd v West Indies Gros Islet 03 Jul 2009
45 India won 2 wickets 1 2nd v New Zealand Napier 12 Jan 1999
46 India won 3 wickets 1 2nd v Pakistan Dhaka 18 Jan 1998
47 India won 4 wickets 1 2nd v South Africa Vadodara 17 Mar 2000
48 India won 3 wickets 1 2nd v Pakistan Dambulla 19 Jun 2010
49 India won 5 wickets 1 2nd v West Indies Kingston 18 May 2006

India won this game by six wickets with four balls to spare to provide the ninth occasion of India winning a one day international by a single digit delivery to spare {0ne to nine} against Australia. All such occasions are listed below.

No Team Result Margin BR Bat Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India won 6 wickets 7 2nd v Australia Melbourne 31 Jan 1986
2 India won 3 wickets 9 2nd v Australia Delhi 02 Oct 1986
3 India won 2 wickets 7 2nd v Australia Bengaluru 21 Oct 1996
4 India won 6 wickets 9 2nd v Australia Sharjah 24 Apr 1998
5 India won 5 wickets 7 2nd v Australia Visakhapatnam 20 Oct 2010
6 India won 4 wickets 2 2nd v Australia Adelaide 12 Feb 2012
7 India won 6 wickets 3 2nd v Australia Nagpur 30 Oct 2013
8 India won 6 wickets 2 2nd v Australia Sydney 23 Jan 2016
9 India won 6 wickets 4 2nd v Australia Adelaide 15 Jan 2019

India won this game by six wickets with four balls to spare to provide the fifth occasion of India winning a one day international by exact four deliveries to spare. All such occasions are listed below.

No Team Result Margin BR Bat Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India won 8 wickets 4 2nd v West Indies Cuttack 09 Nov 1994
2 India won 4 wickets 4 2nd v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 27 Jun 2001
3 India won 6 wickets 4 2nd v South Africa Belfast 01 Jul 2007
4 India won 5 wickets 4 2nd v England Mohali 20 Oct 2011
5 India won 6 wickets 4 2nd v Australia Adelaide 15 Jan 2019

MS Dhoni scored two boundary sixes in this game which fetched him 30 boundary sixes against Australia. He became the third Indian batsman to score 30 plus boundary sixes against Australia. Other two are – RG Sharma {66} and SR Tendulkar {35}. RG Sharma’s 66 boundary sixes include the two boundary sixes in this game.

MS Dhoni {214} and RG Sharma {210} occupy the first and second places in the list of Indian batsmen who have scored most boundary sixes in one day internationals. The aggregate number of sixes scored by these two batsmen when representing India and as at the end of this game.

MS Dhoni {221} and RG Sharma {210} occupy the fourth and fifth places in the list of batsmen who have scored most boundary sixes in one day internationals. The following is the complete list of seven batsmen who have scored 200 plus boundary sixes in one day internationals

No Player Teams Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 6s
1 Shahid Afridi Asia/ICC/PAK 398 369 27 08064 124 23.57 351
2 CH Gayle ICC/WI 284 279 17 09727 215 37.12 275
3 ST Jayasuriya Asia/SL 445 433 18 13430 189 32.36 270
4 MS Dhoni Asia/INDIA 334 283 79 10279 183* 50.38 221
5 RG Sharma INDIA 195 189 31 07630 264 48.29 210
6 AB de Villiers Afr/SA 228 218 39 09577 176 53.50 204
7 BB McCullum NZ 260 228 28 06083 166 30.41 200

Sarfraz Ahmed of Pakistan becomes the seventh wicket keeper to effect ten or more dismissals in a test

Sarfraz Ahmed of Pakistan became the seventh wicket keeper in the annals of test cricket to effect ten or more dismissals in the annals of test cricket, when he pouched ten catches in the just concluded test match against South Africa at Johannesburg.  The performance of these seven wicket keepers is tabulated below.

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
7 Sarfraz Ahmed 10 10 0 Pak SAF Johannesburg 11 Jan 2019

Sarfraz Ahmed became the second wicket keeper to effect ten or more dismissals in a test in South Africa-Pakistan test series. AB de Villiers of South Africa had effected eleven dismissals against Pakistan at Johannesburg in Feb 2013

No Player Dis Ct St Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 AB de Villiers 11 11 0 SAF Pak Johannesburg 01 Feb 2013
2 Sarfraz Ahmed 10 10 0 Pak SAF Johannesburg 11 Jan 2019

Sarfraz Ahmed became the third wicket keeper to effect ten or more dismissals in a test against South Africa. All the three occasions are tabulated below. Others are RC Russell of England – 11 dismissals at Johannesburg in Nov 1995 and WP Saha of India – 10 dismissals at Cape Town in Jan 2018

No Player Dis Ct St Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 RC Russell 11 11 0 Eng SAF Johannesburg 30 Nov 1995
2 WP Saha 10 10 0 Ind SAF Cape Town 05 Jan 2018
3 Sarfraz Ahmed 10 10 0 Pak SAF Johannesburg 11 Jan 2019

Sarfraz Ahmed now holds the record for most dismissals in a test by a Pakistan wicket keeper. He went past Rashid Latif and Kamran Akmal who had effected nine dismissals in a test.  The performance of these three glove men are tabulated below

No Player Dis Ct St Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 Sarfraz Ahmed 10 10 0 Pak SAF Johannesburg 11 Jan 2019
2 Rashid Latif 09 09 0 Pak NZl Auckland 10 Feb 1994
3 Kamran Akmal 09 09 0 Pak Win Kingston 03 Jun 2005

Sarfraz Ahmed now holds the record for most dismissals in a test by a Pakistan wicket keeper against South Africa. He went past Adnan Akmal who had effected seven dismissals in a test against South Africa at Abu Dhabi in Oct 2013.  The performance of these  two glove men  are tabulated below

No Player Dis Ct St Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 Sarfraz Ahmed 10 10 0 Pak SAF Johannesburg 11 Jan 2019
2 Adnan Akmal 07 05 02 Pak SAF Abu Dhabi 14 Oct 2013

Australia vs India – Sydney One day statistical highlights

Australia won by 34 runs

UT Khawaja {59}, SE Marsh {54} and PSP Handscomb {73} – batting at No 3, 4, and 5 – scored fifties in Australia’s innings to provide the 51st occasion of batsmen batting at No 3, 4, and 5 scoring fifties in an innings in the annals of one day internationals.

It also provides the ninth occasion of Australian batsmen accomplishing such a feat in one day games. It also provides the fourth occasion of Australian batsmen accomplishing such a feat against India in one day games. It also provides the seventh occasion of batsmen accomplishing such a feat against India in one day games.

B Kumar’s aggregate wickets in one day internationals read 101 at the end of this game. He became the 144th bowler in the history of one day internationals to capture 100 plus wickets. He also became the 19th Indian bowler to capture 100 plus wickets in one day internationals.

S Dhawan was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 129th occasion of an Indian opening batsman dismissed for a duck  in one day internationals. It also provides the 49th occasion of an Indian opening batsman dismissed for a duck on away soil.

S Dhawan was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 13th occasion of an Indian opening batsman dismissed for a duck against Australia in one day internationals. It also provides the fourth occasion of an Indian opening batsman dismissed for a duck against Australia in Australia.

S Dhawan was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the fourth occasion of his being dismissed for a duck as an opening batsman in one day internationals. It also provides the second occasion of his being dismissed for a duck against Australia in one day internationals.

It also provides the second occasion of an Indian opening batsman dismissed for a duck against Australia at Sydney. K Srikkanth was dismissed for a duck as an opener against Australia at Sydney on 05.02.96.

S Dhawan collected the first ball duck in this game. It was his first first ball duck as an opening batsman. His dismissal provides the 21st occasion of an Indian opening batsman collecting a first ball duck in one day games. It also provides the third occasion of an Indian opening batsman collecting a first ball duck in one day games. Others are – K Srikkanth at Sharjah on 29.03.85 and V Sehwag at Mumbai on 01.11.03.

Indian opening batsmen – S Dhawan {0} and RG Sharma {133} – scored a duck and a century against Australia at Sydney on 12.01.19 to provide the 37th occasion of openers scoring a duck and a century in the same innings in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the tenth occasion of openers scoring a duck and a century in the same innings while batting second in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the seventh occasion of Indian opening batsmen scoring a duck and a century in one day internationals. It also provides the fifth occasion of openers scoring s duck and a century in one day internationals against Australia. Ther are four occasion of an opener scoring a duck and another scoring 150 plus runs. West Indies openers  DR Smith {0) and CH Gayle {215} scored a duck and a double century against Zimbabwe at  Canberra on 24.02.15  providing the lone occasion of an opener scoring a duck and double century in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the fifth occasion of opening batsmen scoring a duck and a century on Australian soil. It also provides the third occasion of opening batsmen scoring a duck and a century at Sydney. There are only two occasions of opening batsmen scoring a duck and 133. Both the occasions are tabulated below. Apart from S Dhawan {0} and RG Sharma {133} against Australia at Sydney on 12.01.19. Scotland openers CS McLeog {0) and KJ Coetzer {133} had scored duck and 133 against Afghanistan at Sharjah on 08.03.13.

RG Sharma scored 133 in this game to provide the 276th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a century in one day games. It also provides the 40th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a century against Australia in one day games.

RG Sharma scored 133 in this game to provide the 145th occasion of an Indian opening batsman scoring a century in one day games. It also provides the 22nd occasion of an Indian opening batsman scoring a century against Australia in one day games.

RG Sharma registered his 22nd one day century when he scored 133 in this game. He now occupies the third place jointly with SC Ganguly in the list of Indian batsmen who have scored most centuries. SC Ganguly has also scored 22 centuries. The first two places are occupied by SR Tendulkar {49} and V Kohli {38}

It also represents his ninth century on away soil. He occupies the third place among the list of Indian batsmen who have scored most centuries on away soil. Others are – V Kohli {17} and SR Tendulkar {12}. It also represents the 83rd occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a century on away soil

It also represents his seventh century against Australia. Only SR Tendulkar {09} has scored more hundreds than RG Sharma against Australia among the Indian batsmen and also by any batsmen in the history of one day internationals

RG Sharma went past DL Haynes who had scored six centuries against Australia.  

It was his fourth century against Australia in Australia. He now holds the record for most centuries by a batsman against Australia in Australia. He went past IVA Richards of West Indies who has scored three centuries against Australia in Australia.

It was his fourth century against Australia in Australia. He now holds the record for most centuries by an batsman against Australia in Australia. He went past V Kohli and VVS Laxman who have scored two centuries against Australia in Australia.

It also provides the 69th occasion of an Indian batsman’s century going in vain in the one day internationals. It also represents the 37th occasion of an Indian opening batsman’s century going in vain in the one day internationals.

It also provides the 20th occasion of an Indian batsman’s century going in vain against Australia in the one day internationals. It also represents the tenth occasion of an Indian opening batsman’s century going in vain against Australia in the one day internationals.

RG Sharma’s 133 which has gone in vain represents his sixth century in a losing cause in one day internationals. He became the ninth batsman to witness six or more centuries going in vain in one day internationals. Others are – SR Tendulkar {14}, CH Gayle {09}, BRM Taylor {08}, KC Sangakkara {07}, LRPL Taylor {07}, AJ Finch {06}, V Kohli {06} and ME Trescothick {06}

RG Sharma’s 133 which has gone in vain represents his sixth century in a losing cause in one day internationals. He became the third Indian batsman to witness six or more centuries going in vain in one day internationals. Others are – SR Tendulkar {14} and V Kohli {06}

RG Sharma’s 133 which has gone in vain represents his fifth century in a losing cause as an opening batsman in one day internationals. He became the seventh batsman to witness five or more centuries going in vain in one day internationals. Others are – SR Tendulkar {14}, CH Gayle {09}, AJ Finch {06}, ME Trescothick {06}, ADR Campbell {05} and HH Gibbs {05}

RG Sharma’s 133 which has gone in vain represents his fifth century in a losing cause as an opening batsman in one day internationals. He became the second Indian batsman to witness five or more centuries going in vain in one day internationals after SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has witnessed 14 centuries going in vain.

MS Dhoni completed 10000 runs while representing India when he was on one during his knock of 51 in this  game. At the end of this game, his run aggregate read 10050. He became the fifth Indian batsman to reach the milestone of 10000 runs. The other four are – SR Tendulkar {18426}, SC Ganguly {11221}, R Dravid {10268} and V Kohli {10235}

MS Dhoni completed 10000 runs as a wicket keeper batsman while representing India when he was on one during his knock of 51 in this game. At the end of this game, his run aggregate read 10050. He became the second wicket keeper batsman representing a country to reach the milestone of 10000 runs in the history of one day internationals after KC Sangakkara. KC Sangakkara has scored 13082 runs representing Sri Lanka.

RG Sharma and MS Dhoni added 137 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 423rd occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games. It also provides the 63rd occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the fourth wicket in one day games.

RG Sharma and MS Dhoni added 137 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 59th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Australia in one day games. It also provides the tenth occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Australia for the fourth wicket in one day games.

Australia won this game by 34 runs. Australia’s and India’s one day record at the end of this game read thus –

Team Mat Won Lost Tied NR
Australia 920 558 319 9 34
India 954 492 413 9 40

Head to Head result summary read thus

Team Mat Won Lost Tied NR
Australia 129 74 45 0 10
India 129 45 74 0 10

Opening batsmen scoring a duck and a century in one day internationals

Indian opening batsmen – S Dhawan {0} and RG Sharma {133} – scored a duck and a century against Australia at Sydney on 12.01.19 to provide the 37th occasion of openers scoring a duck and a century in the same innings in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 RS Gabriel 0 DL Haynes 108* 1 Win Aus Sydney 17.01.84
2 GM Wood 0 KC Wessels 107 1 Aus Ind New Delhi 28.09.84
3 LS Rajput 0 K Srikkanth 123 1 Ind Pak Kolkata 18.02.87
4 AC Hudson 0 G Kirsten 106 1 RSA Ind Sharjah 14.04.96
5 A Jadeja 0 SR Tendulkar 110 1 Ind Srl Col- RPS 28.08.96
6 PA Wallace 0 CB Lambert 119 1 Win Eng Trinidad 08.04.98
7 PA Wallace 0 S Chanderpaul 150 1 Win RSA East London 24.01.99
8 NC Johnson 0 GW Flower 140 1 Zim Ken Dhaka 27.03.99
9 MS Sinclair 0 NJ Astle 104 1 NZl Aus Napier 01.03.00
10 ML Hayden 0 DR Martyn 116* 1 Aus NZl Auckland 03.03.00
11 MS Atapattu 0 ST Jayasuriya 107 1 Srl NZl Sharjah 10.04.01
12 CJ Nevin 0 MS Sinclair 118* 1 NZl Srl Sharjah 17.04.01
13 MS Sinclair 0 NJ Astle 117 1 NZl Ind Col- RPS 20.07.01
14 MS Atapattu 0 ST Jayasuriya 106 1 Srl Eng Sydney 13.01.03
15 V Sehwag 0 SR Tendulkar 100 1 Ind Aus Gwalior 26.10.03
16 WTS Porterfield 0 JP Bray 115* 1 Ire Zim Kingston 15.03.07
17 TM Dilshan 0 ST Jayasuriya 107 1 Srl Ind Dambulla 28.01.09
18 Karim Sadiq 0 Noor Ali Zadran 114 1 Afg Can Sharjah 16.02.10
19 C Kieswetter 0 AJ Strauss 154 1 Eng Ban Birmingham 12.07.10
20 KD Karthik 0 V Sehwag 110 1 Ind NZl Dambulla 25.08.10
21 JH Kallis 0 HM Amla 119* 1 SAF Pak Dubai- DSC 02.11.10
22 Ahmed Shehzad 0 Mohd Hafeez 115 1 Pak NZl Christchurch 29.01.11
23 AN Cook 0 IR Bell 126 1 Eng Win Southampton 16.06.12
24 CS MacLeod 0 KJ Coetzer 133 1 Sco Afg Sharjah 08.03.13
25 RG Sharma 0 S Dhawan 137 1 Ind RSA Melbourne 22.02.15
26 DR Smith 0 CH Gayle 215 1 Win Zim Canberra 24.02.15
27 TWM Latham 0 MJ Guptill 102 1 NZl Srl Mt Maunganui 05.01.16
28 M Prabhakar 0 NS Sidhu 134* 2 Ind Eng Gwalior 04.03.93
29 MA Atherton 0 AD Brown 118 2 Eng Ind Manchester 26.05.96
30 RS Kaluwitharana 0 ST Jayasuriya 151* 2 Srl Ind Mumbai 17.05.97
31 GW Flower 0 NC Johnson 110 2 Zim Aus Bulawayo 21.10.99
32 NV Knight 0 ME Trescothick 121 2 Eng Ind Kolkata 19.01.02
33 SC Ganguly 0 V Sehwag 108 2 Ind NZl Napier 29.12.02
34 Younis Khan 0 Salman Butt 108* 2 Pak Ind Kolkata 13.11.04
35 Mohd Hafeez 0 Nasir Jamshed 101* 2 Pak Ind Chennai 30.12.12
36 L Ronchi 0 MJ Guptill 103* 2 NZl Eng Lord’s 31.05.13
37 S Dhawan 0 RG Sharma 133 2 Ind Aus Sydney 12.01.19

Indian opening batsmen – S Dhawan {0} and RG Sharma {133} – scored a duck and a century against Australia at Sydney on 12.01.19 to provide the tenth occasion of openers scoring a duck and a century in the same innings while batting second in the history of one day internationals. Brake up of such occasions in the first innings and second innings are tabulated below

No Player Runs Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 RS Gabriel 0 DL Haynes 108* 1 Win Aus Sydney 17.01.84
2 GM Wood 0 KC Wessels 107 1 Aus Ind New Delhi 28.09.84
3 LS Rajput 0 K Srikkanth 123 1 Ind Pak Kolkata 18.02.87
4 AC Hudson 0 G Kirsten 106 1 RSA Ind Sharjah 14.04.96
5 A Jadeja 0 SR Tendulkar 110 1 Ind Srl Col- RPS 28.08.96
6 PA Wallace 0 CB Lambert 119 1 Win Eng Trinidad 08.04.98
7 PA Wallace 0 S Chanderpaul 150 1 Win RSA East London 24.01.99
8 NC Johnson 0 GW Flower 140 1 Zim Ken Dhaka 27.03.99
9 MS Sinclair 0 NJ Astle 104 1 NZl Aus Napier 01.03.00
10 ML Hayden 0 DR Martyn 116* 1 Aus NZl Auckland 03.03.00
11 MS Atapattu 0 ST Jayasuriya 107 1 Srl NZl Sharjah 10.04.01
12 CJ Nevin 0 MS Sinclair 118* 1 NZl Srl Sharjah 17.04.01
13 MS Sinclair 0 NJ Astle 117 1 NZl Ind Col- RPS 20.07.01
14 MS Atapattu 0 ST Jayasuriya 106 1 Srl Eng Sydney 13.01.03
15 V Sehwag 0 SR Tendulkar 100 1 Ind Aus Gwalior 26.10.03
16 WTS Porterfield 0 JP Bray 115* 1 Ire Zim Kingston 15.03.07
17 TM Dilshan 0 ST Jayasuriya 107 1 Srl Ind Dambulla 28.01.09
18 Karim Sadiq 0 Noor Ali Zadran 114 1 Afg Can Sharjah 16.02.10
19 C Kieswetter 0 AJ Strauss 154 1 Eng Ban Birmingham 12.07.10
20 KD Karthik 0 V Sehwag 110 1 Ind NZl Dambulla 25.08.10
21 JH Kallis 0 HM Amla 119* 1 SAF Pak Dubai- DSC 02.11.10
22 Ahmed Shehzad 0 Mohd Hafeez 115 1 Pak NZl Christchurch 29.01.11
23 AN Cook 0 IR Bell 126 1 Eng Win Southampton 16.06.12
24 CS MacLeod 0 KJ Coetzer 133 1 Sco Afg Sharjah 08.03.13
25 RG Sharma 0 S Dhawan 137 1 Ind RSA Melbourne 22.02.15
26 DR Smith 0 CH Gayle 215 1 Win Zim Canberra 24.02.15
27 TWM Latham 0 MJ Guptill 102 1 NZl Srl Mt Maunganui 05.01.16
                   
1 M Prabhakar 0 NS Sidhu 134* 2 Ind Eng Gwalior 04.03.93
2 MA Atherton 0 AD Brown 118 2 Eng Ind Manchester 26.05.96
3 RS Kaluwitharana 0 ST Jayasuriya 151* 2 Srl Ind Mumbai 17.05.97
4 GW Flower 0 NC Johnson 110 2 Zim Aus Bulawayo 21.10.99
5 NV Knight 0 ME Trescothick 121 2 Eng Ind Kolkata 19.01.02
6 SC Ganguly 0 V Sehwag 108 2 Ind NZl Napier 29.12.02
7 Younis Khan 0 Salman Butt 108* 2 Pak Ind Kolkata 13.11.04
8 Mohd Hafeez 0 Nasir Jamshed 101* 2 Pak Ind Chennai 30.12.12
9 L Ronchi 0 MJ Guptill 103* 2 NZl Eng Lord’s 31.05.13
10 S Dhawan 0 RG Sharma 133 2 Ind Aus Sydney 12.01.19

It also provides the seventh occasion of Indian opening batsmen scoring a duck and a century in one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 A Jadeja 0 SR Tendulkar 110 1 Ind Srl Col- RPS 28.08.96
2 V Sehwag 0 SR Tendulkar 100 1 Ind Aus Gwalior 26.10.03
3 KD Karthik 0 V Sehwag 110 1 Ind NZl Dambulla 25.08.10
4 RG Sharma 0 S Dhawan 137 1 Ind RSA Melbourne 22.02.15
5 M Prabhakar 0 NS Sidhu 134* 2 Ind Eng Gwalior 04.03.93
6 SC Ganguly 0 V Sehwag 108 2 Ind NZl Napier 29.12.02
7 S Dhawan 0 RG Sharma 133 2 Ind Aus Sydney 12.01.19

It also provides the fifth occasion of openers scoring s duck and a century in one day internationals against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 RS Gabriel 0 DL Haynes 108* 1 Win Aus Sydney 17.01.84
2 MS Sinclair 0 NJ Astle 104 1 NZl Aus Napier 01.03.00
3 V Sehwag 0 SR Tendulkar 100 1 Ind Aus Gwalior 26.10.03
4 GW Flower 0 NC Johnson 110 2 Zim Aus Bulawayo 21.10.99
5 S Dhawan 0 RG Sharma 133 2 Ind Aus Sydney 12.01.19

The following table lists the four occasion of an opener scoring a duck and another scoring 150 plus runs. West Indies openers  DR Smith {0) and CH Gayle {215} scored a duck and a double century against Zimbabwe at  Canberra on 24.02.15  providing the lone occasion of an opener scoring a duck and double century in the history of one day internationals.

No Player Runs Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 DR Smith 0 CH Gayle 215 1 Win Zim Canberra 24.02.15
2 C Kieswetter 0 AJ Strauss 154 1 Eng Ban Birmingham 12.07.10
3 RS Kaluwitharana 0 ST Jayasuriya 151* 2 Srl Ind Mumbai 17.05.97
4 PA Wallace 0 S Chanderpaul 150 1 Win RSA East London 24.01.99

It also provides the fifth occasion of opening batsmen scoring a duck and a century on Australian soil. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 RS Gabriel 0 DL Haynes 108* 1 Win Aus Sydney 17.01.84
2 MS Atapattu 0 ST Jayasuriya 106 1 Srl Eng Sydney 13.01.03
3 RG Sharma 0 S Dhawan 137 1 Ind RSA Melbourne 22.02.15
4 DR Smith 0 CH Gayle 215 1 Win Zim Canberra 24.02.15
5 S Dhawan 0 RG Sharma 133 2 Ind Aus Sydney 12.01.19

It also provides the third occasion of opening batsmen scoring a duck and a century at Sydney. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 RS Gabriel 0 DL Haynes 108* 1 Win Aus Sydney 17.01.84
2 MS Atapattu 0 ST Jayasuriya 106 1 Srl Eng Sydney 13.01.03
3 S Dhawan 0 RG Sharma 133 2 Ind Aus Sydney 12.01.19

There are only two occasions of opening batsmen scoring a duck and 133. Both the occasions are tabulated below. Apart from S Dhawan {0} and RG Sharma {133} against Australia at Sydney on 12.01.19, Scotland openers CS McLeog {0) and KJ Coetzer {133} had scored duck and 133 against Afghanistan at Sharjan on 08.03.13. Both such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 CS MacLeod 0 KJ Coetzer 133 1 Sco Afg Sharjah 08.03.13
2 S Dhawan 0 RG Sharma 133 2 Ind Aus Sydney 12.01.19

India’s test series wins

India won the 2018/19 series four test series against Australia by 2-1 margin to provide the 65th occasion of India winning a series. It includes the one test match series won by India. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Team M W L T D Winner Teams Series H/A
1 Ind 5 2 1 0 2 Ind Pak in Ind 1952/53 Home
2 Ind 5 2 0 0 3 Ind NZl in Ind 1955/56 Home
3 Ind 5 2 0 0 3 Ind Eng in Ind 1961/62 Home
4 Ind 4 1 0 0 3 Ind NZl in Ind 1964/65 Home
5 Ind 4 3 1 0 0 Ind Ind in NZl 1967/68 Away
6 Ind 5 1 0 0 4 Ind Ind in Win 1970/71 Away
7 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Ind in Eng `1971 Away
8 Ind 5 2 1 0 2 Ind Eng in Ind 1972/73 Home
9 Ind 3 2 0 0 1 Ind NZl in Ind 1976/77 Home
10 Ind 6 1 0 0 5 Ind Win in Ind 1978/79 Home
11 Ind 6 2 0 0 4 Ind Aus in Ind 1979/80 Home
12 Ind 6 2 0 0 4 Ind Pak in Ind 1979/80 Home
13 Ind 6 1 0 0 5 Ind Eng in Ind 1981/82 Home
14 Ind 3 2 0 0 1 Ind Ind in Eng 1986 Away
15 Ind 3 2 0 0 1 Ind Srl in Ind   1986/97 Home
16 Ind 3 2 1 0 0 Ind NZl in Ind 1988/89 Home
17 Ind 1 1 0 0 0 Ind Srl in Ind 1990/91 Home
18 Ind 3 3 0 0 0 Ind Eng in Ind 1992/93 Home
19 Ind 1 1 0 0 0 Ind Zim in Ind 1992/93 Home
20 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Ind in Srl   1993 Away
21 Ind 3 3 0 0 0 Ind Srl in Ind   1993/94 Home
22 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind NZl in Ind 1995/96 Home
23 Ind 1 1 0 0 0 Ind Aus in Ind 1996/97 Home
24 Ind 3 2 1 0 0 Ind SAF in Ind 1996/97 Home
25 Ind 3 2 1 0 0 Ind Aus in Ind 1997/98 Home
26 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind NZl in Ind 1999/00 Home
27 Ind 1 1 0 0 0 Ind Ind in Ban 2000/01 Away
28 Ind 2 1 0 0 1 Ind Zim in Ind 2000/01 Home
29 Ind 3 2 1 0 0 Ind Aus in Ind 2000/01 Home
30 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Eng in Ind 2001/02 Home
31 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Zim in Ind 2001/02 Home
32 Ind 3 2 0 0 1 Ind Win in Ind 2002/03 Home
33 Ind 3 2 1 0 0 Ind Ind in Pak 2003/04 Away
34 Ind 2 1 0 0 1 Ind SAF in Ind 2004/05 Home
35 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Ind in Ban 2004/05 Away
36 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Ind in Zim 2005 Away
37 Ind 3 2 0 0 1 Ind Srl in Ind 2005/06 Home
38 Ind 4 1 0 0 3 Ind Ind in Win 2006 Away
39 Ind 2 1 0 0 1 Ind Ind in Ban 2007 Away
40 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Ind in Eng 2007 Away
41 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Pak in Ind 2007/08 Home
42 Ind 4 2 0 0 2 Ind Aus in Ind 2008/09 Home
43 Ind 2 1 0 0 1 Ind Eng in Ind 2008/09 Home
44 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Ind in NZl 2008/09 Away
45 Ind 3 2 0 0 1 Ind Srl in Ind 2009/10 Home
46 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Ind in Ban 2009/10 Away
47 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Aus in Ind 2010/11 Home
48 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind NZl in Ind 2010/11 Home
49 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Ind in Win 2011 Away
50 Ind 3 2 0 0 1 Ind Win in Ind 2011/12 Home
51 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind NZl in Ind 2012 Home
52 Ind 4 4 0 0 0 Ind Aus in Ind 2012/13 Home
53 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Win in Ind 2013/14 Home
54 Ind 3 2 1 0 0 Ind Ind in Srl 2015 Away
55 Ind 4 3 0 0 1 Ind SAF in Ind 2015/16 Home
56 Ind 4 2 0 0 2 Ind Ind in Win 2016 Away
57 Ind 3 3 0 0 0 Ind NZl in Ind 2016/17 Home
58 Ind 5 4 0 0 1 Ind Eng in Ind 2016/17 Home
59 Ind 1 1 0 0 0 Ind Ban in Ind 2016/17 Home
60 Ind 4 2 1 0 1 Ind Aus in Ind 2016/17 Home
61 Ind 3 3 0 0 0 Ind Ind in Srl 2017 Away
62 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Srl in Ind 2017/18 Home
63 Ind 1 1 0 0 0 Ind Afg in Ind 2018 Home
64 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Win in Ind 2018/19 Home
65 Ind 4 2 1 0 1 Ind Ind in Aus 2018/19 Away

India won the 2018/19 series four test series against Australia by 2-1 margin to provide the 19th occasion of India winning a series on away soil. It includes the one test match series won by India. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team M W L T D Winner Teams Series H/A
1 Ind 4 3 1 0 0 Ind Ind in NZl 1967/68 Away
2 Ind 5 1 0 0 4 Ind Ind in Win 1970/71 Away
3 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Ind in Eng `1971 Away
4 Ind 3 2 0 0 1 Ind Ind in Eng 1986 Away
5 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Ind in Srl   1993 Away
6 Ind 1 1 0 0 0 Ind Ind in Ban 2000/01 Away
7 Ind 3 2 1 0 0 Ind Ind in Pak 2003/04 Away
8 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Ind in Ban 2004/05 Away
9 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Ind in Zim 2005 Away
10 Ind 4 1 0 0 3 Ind Ind in Win 2006 Away
11 Ind 2 1 0 0 1 Ind Ind in Ban 2007 Away
12 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Ind in Eng 2007 Away
13 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Ind in NZl 2008/09 Away
14 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Ind in Ban 2009/10 Away
15 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Ind in Win 2011 Away
16 Ind 3 2 1 0 0 Ind Ind in Srl 2015 Away
17 Ind 4 2 0 0 2 Ind Ind in Win 2016 Away
18 Ind 3 3 0 0 0 Ind Ind in Srl 2017 Away
19 Ind 4 2 1 0 1 Ind Ind in Aus 2018/19 Away

India won the 2018/19 series four test series against Australia by 2-1 margin to provide the ninth occasion of India winning a series against Australia. It includes the one test match series won by India. All such occasions are tabulated below. It also represents India’s first series win against Australia in Australia.

No Team M W L T D Winner Teams Series H/A
1 Ind 6 2 0 0 4 Ind Aus in Ind 1979/80 Home
2 Ind 1 1 0 0 0 Ind Aus in Ind 1996/97 Home
3 Ind 3 2 1 0 0 Ind Aus in Ind 1997/98 Home
4 Ind 3 2 1 0 0 Ind Aus in Ind 2000/01 Home
5 Ind 4 2 0 0 2 Ind Aus in Ind 2008/09 Home
6 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Aus in Ind 2010/11 Home
7 Ind 4 4 0 0 0 Ind Aus in Ind 2012/13 Home
8 Ind 4 2 1 0 1 Ind Aus in Ind 2016/17 Home
9 Ind 4 2 1 0 1 Ind Ind in Aus 2018/19 Away

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