Third test at Leeds – England vs India – India’s innings

Third test at Leeds – England vs India – India’s innings

India won the toss and opted to bat first to provide the 216th occasion of India winning the toss and opting to bat first. It also provides the 87th occasion of India doing so on away soil

India won the toss and opted to bat first to provide the 53rd occasion of India winning the toss and opting to bat first against England. It also provides the 21st occasion of India doing so against England in England. It also provides the fifth occasion of India doing so against England at Leeds.

It also provides the 27th occasion of India winning the toss and opting to bat first under V Kohli. It also provides the third such occasion against England and the first such occasion against England in England.

KL Rahul was dismissed for a duck in India’s first innings to provide the 48th occasion of an Indian opening batsman scoring zero in a test innings against England. It also provides the 32nd occasion of an Indian opening batsman scoring zero in a test innings against England in England.

It also provides the fourth occasion of an Indian opening batsman scoring zero in a test innings against England at Leeds. The following are the four batsmen.

NoPlayerRIOppGroundStart Date
1P Roy03EngLeeds05 Jun 1952
2DK Gaekwad03EngLeeds05 Jun 1952
3CPS Chauhan02EngLeeds16 Aug 1979
4KL Rahul01EngLeeds25 Aug 2021

India had lost its first two wickets for 4 runs for the sixth occasion in all its tests. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoW/RIOppGroundStart Date
12/42EngManchester17 Jul 1952
22/43WinTrinidad19 Feb 1953
32/41PakKanpur25 Dec 1979
42/44AusBrisbane04 Dec 2003
52/42AusBengaluru06 Oct 2004
62/41EngLeeds25 Aug 2021

It also provides the second such occasion against England. The first such occasion was at Manchester in Jul 1952. Thus the history repeated itself after 69 years

NoW/RIOppGroundStart Date
12/42EngManchester17 Jul 1952
22/41EngLeeds25 Aug 2021

V Kohli scored 7 in India’s first innings to provide the 25th occasion of his dismissed for single digit scores {Zero to nine} while leading India. He became the third Indian captain to be dismissed for single digit scores on 25 or more occasions.  Others are – MAK Pataudi {32} and MS Dhoni {26}

V Kohli scored 7 in India’s first innings to provide the sixth occasion of his dismissed for single digit scores {Zero to nine} while leading India against England. Other Indian captains to be dismissed for single digit scored against England on six or more occasions are – MS Dhoni {10}, AL Wadekar {09}, BS Bedi {06} and MAK Pataudi {06}.

JC Buttler pouched five catches in India’s first innings to provide the 39th occasion of a England wicket keeper effecting five or more dismissals in a test innings. It also provides the 17th occasion of a England wicket keeper effecting five or more dismissals in a test innings on home soil.

It also provides the second occasion of a England wicket keeper effecting five or more dismissals in a test innings at Leeds. JM Bairstow had pouched five catches against Sri Lanka in May 2016

JC Buttler pouched five catches in India’s first innings to provide the eighth occasion of a England wicket keeper effecting five or more dismissals in a test innings against India. It also provides the fifth occasion of a England wicket keeper effecting five or more dismissals in a test innings on home soil against India

It also provides the second occasion of a England wicket keeper effecting five or more dismissals in a test innings at Leeds against India.

Mohammad Shami and JJ Bumrah collected the first ball duck in India’s innings to provide the 42nd and 43rd occasion of an Indian batsman collecting the first ball duck against England in a test innings. It also provides the 33rd and 34th occasion of Indian batsman collecting the first ball duck against England in a test innings against England in England.

Mohammad Shami and JJ Bumrah collected the first ball duck in India’s innings to provide the fourth occasion of two or more Indian batsman collecting the first ball duck against England in a test innings in England. to provide the fifth occasion of two or more Indian batsman collecting the first ball duck against England in a test innings.

India was dismissed for 78 in its first innings in this test to provide the 26th occasion of India dismissed for a total less than 100 runs. It also provides the 19th occasion of India dismissed for a total less than 100 runs on away soil

India was dismissed for 78 in its first innings in this test to provide the tenth occasion of India dismissed for a total less than 100 runs against England.

NoTeamRIOppGroundStart Date
1Ind933EngLord’s27 Jun 1936
2Ind582EngManchester17 Jul 1952
3Ind823EngManchester17 Jul 1952
4Ind982EngThe Oval14 Aug 1952
5Ind922EngBirmingham13 Jul 1967
6Ind423EngLord’s20 Jun 1974
7Ind834EngChennai14 Jan 1977
8Ind961EngLord’s02 Aug 1979
9Ind943EngThe Oval15 Aug 2014
10Ind781EngLeeds25 Aug 2021

It also provides the ninth occasion of India dismissed for a total less than 100 runs against England in England.

India’s 78 in the first innings of this test provides the ninth occasion of a team dismissed all out for a total less than 100 runs in a test innings at Leeds. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamRIOppGroundStart Date
1Eng761SAFLeeds29 Jul 1907
2SAF754EngLeeds29 Jul 1907
3Eng874AusLeeds01 Jul 1909
4NZl671EngLeeds03 Jul 1958
5Win613EngLeeds17 Aug 2000
6Aus881PakLeeds21 Jul 2010
7Srl912EngLeeds19 May 2016
8Eng672AusLeeds22 Aug 2019
9Ind781EngLeeds25 Aug 2021

JM Anderson’s three wickets in India’s first innings fetched him an aggregate of 399 wickets on home soil. He needs one more wicket for his 400 wickets. If he gets it, he would then become the second bowler in the annals of test cricket to total 400 plus wickets on home soil after M Muralitharan of Sri Lanka. Muralithran has captured 493 wickets on home soil

JM Anderson’s three wickets in India’s first innings fetched him an aggregate of 399 wickets on home soil. He needs one more wicket for his 400 wickets. If he gets it, he would then become the first medium pace bowler in the annals of test cricket to total 400 plus wickets on home soil.

At the end of the first day’s play, England openers RJ Burns and H Hameed posted 120 runs unbeaten partnership for the first wicket to provide the 158th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in a test innings against India. It also provides the 91st occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in a test innings on home soil against India

At the end of the first day’s play, England openers RJ Burns and H Hameed posted 120 runs unbeaten partnership for the first wicket to provide the 28th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in a test innings against India. It also provides the 13th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in a test innings on home soil against India

England openers RJ Burns and H Hameed scored 52 not out  and 60 not out at the end of the first day’s play to provide the 70th occasion of England’s both openers scoring half centuries in the same innings of a test.  It also provides the 33rd occasion of England’s both openers scoring half centuries in the same innings of a test on home soil

England openers RJ Burns and H Hameed scored 52 not out  and 60 not out at the end of the first day’s play to provide the eleventh occasion of England’s both openers scoring half centuries in the same innings of a test against India.  It also provides the fifth occasion of England’s both openers scoring half centuries in the same innings of a test on home soil against India

It also provides the second occasion of England’s both openers scoring half centuries in the same innings of a test on against India at Leeds. The first such occasion was witnessed in Jul 1959. England openers WGA Parkhouse and G Pullar scored 78 and 75 respectively.

JC Buttler had a hand in India’s first five dismissals. He became the second wicketkeeper in the annals of test cricket to figure in the first five dismissals in a test innings after BJ Haddin of Australia. BJ Haddin had  first five dismissals against India at Brisbane in Dec 2014.

Cricket cannot be so cruel for Virat Kohli and his men. Lords’s heroes  last week, became Leeds Zeroes this week

Left arm pace bowlers capturing ten or more wickets in a test

Left arm pace bowlers capturing ten or more wickets in a test

Shaheen Shah Afridi of Pakistan captured 10 for 94 in the just concluded second test against West Indies at Kingston to provide the 31st occasion of a left arm pace bowler capturing ten or more wickets in a test. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerWRunsTeamOppGroundStart Date
1F Martin12102EngAusThe Oval11 Aug 1890
2AE Hall11112SAFEngCape Town01 Jan 1923
3W Voce11149EngWinTrinidad01 Feb 1930
4W Voce1057EngAusBrisbane04 Dec 1936
5ERH Toshack1131AusIndBrisbane28 Nov 1947
6AK Davidson12124AusIndKanpur19 Dec 1959
7AK Davidson11222AusWinBrisbane09 Dec 1960
8JK Lever1070EngIndDelhi17 Dec 1976
9G Dymock12166AusIndKanpur02 Oct 1979
10GB Troup10166NZlWinAuckland29 Feb 1980
11Wasim Akram10128PakNZlDunedin09 Feb 1985
12Wasim Akram11160PakAusMelbourne12 Jan 1990
13BA Reid13148AusEngMelbourne26 Dec 1990
14BA Reid12126AusIndMelbourne26 Dec 1991
15MR Whitney1195AusIndPerth01 Feb 1992
16Wasim Akram11179PakNZlWellington17 Feb 1994
17WPUJC Vaas1090SrlNZlNapier11 Mar 1995
18Wasim Akram10106PakZimFaisalabad24 Oct 1996
19Wasim Akram11110PakWinSt John’s25 May 2000
20WPUJC Vaas14191SrlWinCol-SSC29 Nov 2001
21IK Pathan1196IndBanDhaka10 Dec 2004
22IK Pathan12126IndZimHarare20 Sep 2005
23RJ Sidebottom10139EngNZlHamilton05 Mar 2008
24MG Johnson11159AusSAFPerth17 Dec 2008
25Z Khan10149IndBanDhaka24 Jan 2010
26MG Johnson10132AusNZlHamilton27 Mar 2010
27TA Boult1080NZlWinWellington11 Dec 2013
28MG Johnson12127AusSAFCenturion12 Feb 2014
29MA Starc1194AusSrlGalle04 Aug 2016
30MA Starc10100AusSrlCanberra01 Feb 2019
31S Shah Afridi1094PakWinKingston20 Aug 2021

It also provides the sixth occasion of a Pakistan left arm pace bowler capturing ten or more wickets in a test. All such occasions are tabulated below. Shaheen Shah Afridi became the second Pakistan left arm bowler to capture ten or more wickets in a test after Wasim Akram.

NoPlayerWRunsTeamOppGroundStart Date
1Wasim Akram10128PakNZlDunedin09 Feb 1985
2Wasim Akram11160PakAusMelbourne12 Jan 1990
3Wasim Akram11179PakNZlWellington17 Feb 1994
4Wasim Akram10106PakZimFaisalabad24 Oct 1996
5Wasim Akram11110PakWinSt John’s25 May 2000
6S Shah Afridi1094PakWinKingston20 Aug 2021

It also provides the seventh occasion of a left arm pace bowler capturing ten or more wickets in a test against West Indies. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerWRunsTeamOppGroundStart Date
1W Voce11149EngWinTrinidad01 Feb 1930
2AK Davidson11222AusWinBrisbane09 Dec 1960
3GB Troup10166NZlWinAuckland29 Feb 1980
4Wasim Akram11110PakWinSt John’s25 May 2000
5WPUJC Vaas14191SrlWinCol-SSC29 Nov 2001
6TA Boult1080NZlWinWellington11 Dec 2013
7S Shah Afridi1094PakWinKingston20 Aug 2021

It also provides the second occasion of a Pakistan left arm pace bowler capturing ten or more wickets in a test against West Indies. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerWRunsTeamOppGroundStart Date
1Wasim Akram11110PakWinSt John’s25 May 2000
2S Shah Afridi1094PakWinKingston20 Aug 2021
Pakistan bowlers capturing ten or more wickets in a test

Pakistan bowlers capturing ten or more wickets in a test

Shaheen Shah Afridi of Pakistan captured 10 for 94 in the just concluded second test against West Indies at Kingston to provide the 54th occasion of a Pakistan bowler capturing ten or more wickets in a test. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerWRunsOppGroundStart Date
1Fazal Mahmood1294IndLucknow23 Oct 1952
2Fazal Mahmood1299EngThe Oval12 Aug 1954
3Zulfiqar Ahmed1179NZlKarachi13 Oct 1955
4Fazal Mahmood13114AusKarachi11 Oct 1956
5Fazal Mahmood12100WinDhaka06 Mar 1959
6Intikhab Alam10182NZlDhaka08 Nov 1969
7Intikhab Alam11130NZlDunedin07 Feb 1973
8Imran Khan12165AusSydney14 Jan 1977
9Sarfraz Nawaz11125AusMelbourne10 Mar 1979
10Sikander Bakht11190IndDelhi04 Dec 1979
11Iqbal Qasim10175IndMumbai16 Dec 1979
12Iqbal Qasim11118AusKarachi27 Feb 1980
13Imran Khan14116SrlLahore22 Mar 1982
14Abdul Qadir11218AusFaisalabad30 Sep 1982
15Imran Khan1179IndKarachi23 Dec 1982
16Imran Khan11180IndFaisalabad03 Jan 1983
17Abdul Qadir10194EngLahore19 Mar 1984
18Wasim Akram10128NZlDunedin09 Feb 1985
19Imran Khan1077EngLeeds02 Jul 1987
20Abdul Qadir10211EngThe Oval06 Aug 1987
21Abdul Qadir13101EngLahore25 Nov 1987
22Abdul Qadir10186EngKarachi16 Dec 1987
23Imran Khan11121WinGeorgetown02 Apr 1988
24Wasim Akram11160AusMelbourne12 Jan 1990
25Waqar Younis10106NZlLahore18 Oct 1990
26Waqar Younis12130NZlFaisalabad26 Oct 1990
27Waqar Younis13135ZimKarachi01 Dec 1993
28Wasim Akram11179NZlWellington17 Feb 1994
29Waqar Younis11119SrlKandy26 Aug 1994
30Mushtaq Ahmed10171NZlChristchurch08 Dec 1995
31Wasim Akram10106ZimFaisalabad24 Oct 1996
32Mushtaq Ahmed10143NZlLahore21 Nov 1996
33Mohd Zahid11130NZlRawalpindi28 Nov 1996
34Mushtaq Ahmed10106WinPeshawar17 Nov 1997
35Waqar Younis10133SAFP Elizabeth06 Mar 1998
36Saqlain Mushtaq10187IndChennai28 Jan 1999
37Saqlain Mushtaq10216IndDelhi04 Feb 1999
38Wasim Akram11110WinSt John’s25 May 2000
39Danish Kaneria1294BanMultan29 Aug 2001
40Saqlain Mushtaq10155ZimBulawayo16 Nov 2002
41Shoaib Akhtar1080BanPeshawar27 Aug 2003
42Shoaib Akhtar1178NZlWellington26 Dec 2003
43Danish Kaneria10190SrlKarachi28 Oct 2004
44Mohd Asif1171SrlKandy03 Apr 2006
45Saeed Ajmal11111WinProvidence12 May 2011
46Saeed Ajmal1097EngDub-DSC17 Jan 2012
47Saeed Ajmal10147SAFCape Town14 Feb 2013
48Saeed Ajmal11118ZimHarare03 Sep 2013
49Yasir Shah10141EngLord’s14 Jul 2016
50Yasir Shah10210WinAbu Dhabi21 Oct 2016
51Mohd Abbas1095AusAbu Dhabi16 Oct 2018
52Yasir Shah14184NZlDub-DSC24 Nov 2018
53Hasan Ali10114SAFRawalpindi04 Feb 2021
54S Shah Afridi1094WinKingston20 Aug 2021

It also provides the seventh occasion of a Pakistan bowler capturing ten or more wickets in a test against West Indies. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerWRunsOppGroundStart Date
1Fazal Mahmood12100WinDhaka06 Mar 1959
2Imran Khan11121WinGeorgetown02 Apr 1988
3Mushtaq Ahmed10106WinPeshawar17 Nov 1997
4Wasim Akram11110WinSt John’s25 May 2000
5Saeed Ajmal11111WinProvidence12 May 2011
6Yasir Shah10210WinAbu Dhabi21 Oct 2016
7S Shah Afridi1094WinKingston20 Aug 2021

It also provide the 27th occasion of a Pakistan bowler capturing ten or more wickets in a test on away soil. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerWRunsOppGroundStart Date
1Fazal Mahmood1299EngThe Oval12 Aug 1954
2Intikhab Alam11130NZlDunedin07 Feb 1973
3Imran Khan12165AusSydney14 Jan 1977
4Sarfraz Nawaz11125AusMelbourne10 Mar 1979
5Sikander Bakht11190IndDelhi04 Dec 1979
6Iqbal Qasim10175IndMumbai16 Dec 1979
7Wasim Akram10128NZlDunedin09 Feb 1985
8Imran Khan1077EngLeeds02 Jul 1987
9Abdul Qadir10211EngThe Oval06 Aug 1987
10Imran Khan11121WinGeorgetown02 Apr 1988
11Wasim Akram11160AusMelbourne12 Jan 1990
12Wasim Akram11179NZlWellington17 Feb 1994
13Waqar Younis11119SrlKandy26 Aug 1994
14Mushtaq Ahmed10171NZlChristchurch08 Dec 1995
15Waqar Younis10133SAFP Elizabeth06 Mar 1998
16Saqlain Mushtaq10187IndChennai28 Jan 1999
17Saqlain Mushtaq10216IndDelhi04 Feb 1999
18Wasim Akram11110WinSt John’s25 May 2000
19Saqlain Mushtaq10155ZimBulawayo16 Nov 2002
20Shoaib Akhtar1178NZlWellington26 Dec 2003
21Mohd Asif1171SrlKandy03 Apr 2006
22Saeed Ajmal11111WinProvidence12 May 2011
23Saeed Ajmal10147SAFCape Town14 Feb 2013
24Saeed Ajmal11118ZimHarare03 Sep 2013
25Yasir Shah10141EngLord’s14 Jul 2016
26Hasan Ali10114SAFRawalpindi04 Feb 2021
27S Shah Afridi1094WinKingston20 Aug 2021

It also provides the fifth occasion of a Pakistan bowler capturing ten or more wickets in a test against West Indies. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerWRunsOppGroundStart Date
1Fazal Mahmood12100WinDhaka06 Mar 1959
2Imran Khan11121WinGeorgetown02 Apr 1988
3Wasim Akram11110WinSt John’s25 May 2000
4Saeed Ajmal11111WinProvidence12 May 2011
5S Shah Afridi1094WinKingston20 Aug 2021
Both the openers dismissed for one run in the same innings of a test

Both the openers dismissed for one run in the same innings of a test

Pakistan openers Abid Ali and Imran Butt were dismissed for one run in Pakistan’s first innings against West Indies in the ongoing second test at Kingston to provide the 16th occasion of both the openers dismissed for one run in the same innings of a test in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRITeamOppGroundStart Date
1G Brown13EngSAFDurban16 Feb 1923
 AS Kennedy13EngSAFDurban16 Feb 1923
        
2IJ Siedle13SAFEngManchester27 Jul 1929
 RH Catterall13SAFEngManchester27 Jul 1929
        
3Hanif Mohd13PakEngManchester22 Jul 1954
 Shujauddin13PakEngManchester22 Jul 1954
        
4D Kenyon13EngSAFManchester07 Jul 1955
 TW Graveney13EngSAFManchester07 Jul 1955
        
5BAG Murray13NZlEngCh’church25 Feb 1971
 GT Dowling13NZlEngCh’church25 Feb 1971
        
6B Wood14EngIndKolkata30 Dec 1972
 DL Amiss14EngIndKolkata30 Dec 1972
        
7SM Gavaskar13IndWinBridgetown10 Mar 1976
 PH Sharma13IndWinBridgetown10 Mar 1976
        
8G Boycott12EngAusMelbourne29 Dec 1978
 JM Brearley12EngAusMelbourne29 Dec 1978
        
9DL Haynes12WinAusMelbourne26 Dec 1981
 SFAF Bacchus12WinAusMelbourne26 Dec 1981
        
10Mohsin Khan13PakWinLahore07 Nov 1986
 Rizwan-uz-Zaman13PakWinLahore07 Nov 1986
        
11DL Haynes14WinAusBrisbane27 Nov 1992
 PV Simmons14WinAusBrisbane27 Nov 1992
        
12MS Atapattu14SrlPakLahore06 Mar 2002
 ST Jayasuriya14SrlPakLahore06 Mar 2002
        
13SB Bangar11IndNZlHamilton19 Dec 2002
 V Sehwag11IndNZlHamilton19 Dec 2002
        
14RJ Nicol13NZlSAFHamilton15 Mar 2012
 MJ Guptill13NZlSAFHamilton15 Mar 2012
        
15DA Warner11AusSAFHobart12 Nov 2016
 JA Burns11AusSAFHobart12 Nov 2016
        
16Abid Ali11PakWinKingston20 Aug 2021
 Imran Butt11PakWinKingston20 Aug 2021

It also provides the third occasion of both Pakistan openers dismissed for one run in the same innings of a test in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRITeamOppGroundStart Date
1Hanif Mohd13PakEngManchester22 Jul 1954
 Shujauddin13PakEngManchester22 Jul 1954
        
2Mohsin Khan13PakWinLahore07 Nov 1986
 Rizwan-uz-Zaman13PakWinLahore07 Nov 1986
        
3Abid Ali11PakWinKingston20 Aug 2021
 Imran Butt11PakWinKingston20 Aug 2021

It also provides the third occasion of both the openers dismissed for one run in the same innings of a test against West Indies in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRITeamOppGroundStart Date
1SM Gavaskar13IndWinBridgetown10 Mar 1976
 PH Sharma13IndWinBridgetown10 Mar 1976
        
2Mohsin Khan13PakWinLahore07 Nov 1986
 Rizwan-uz-Zaman13PakWinLahore07 Nov 1986
        
3Abid Ali11PakWinKingston20 Aug 2021
 Imran Butt11PakWinKingston20 Aug 2021

It also provides the second occasion of both Pakistan openers dismissed for one run in the same innings of a test against West Indies in the annals of test cricket. Both the occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRITeamOppGroundStart Date
1Mohsin Khan13PakWinLahore07 Nov 1986
 Rizwan-uz-Zaman13PakWinLahore07 Nov 1986
        
2Abid Ali11PakWinKingston20 Aug 2021
 Imran Butt11PakWinKingston20 Aug 2021
150 plus runs partnerships by Pakistan batsmen in a test innings against West Indies

150 plus runs partnerships by Pakistan batsmen in a test innings against West Indies

Babar Azam and Fawad Alam of Pakistan posted 158 runs in an unbeaten partnership for the fourth wicket in the ongoing second test at Kingston against West Indies to provide the 20th occasion of Pakistan batsmen posting 150 plus runs partnership against West Indies in a test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPartnersWRunsIGroundMon/Year
1Hanif Mohd, Imtiaz Ahmed11523BridgetownJan 1958
2Hanif Mohd, Saeed Ahmed31543BridgetownJan 1958
3AH Kardar, Wazir Mohd61663KingstonFeb 1958
4Saeed Ahmed, Wazir Mohd31692TrinidadMar 1958
5Hanif Mohd, Wazir Mohd41542TrinidadMar 1958
6Hanif Mohd, Saeed Ahmed21782KarachiFeb 1959
7Majid Khan, Zaheer Abbas11593GeorgetownMar 1977
8Saleem Malik, Shoaib Mohd41742KarachiNov 1990
9Aamer Sohail, Inzamam33232RawalpindiNov 1997
10Aamer Sohail, Ijaz Ahmed12982KarachiDec 1997
11Abdul Razzaq, Inzamam62061GeorgetownMay 2000
12Imran Nazir, Mohd Wasim12193BridgetownMay 2000
13Mohd Yousuf, Rashid Latif62041SharjahJan 2002
14Shahid Afridi, Younis Khan21901SharjahFeb 2002
15Abdul Razzaq, Mohd Yousuf61523MultanNov 2006
16Azhar Ali, Sami Aslam12151Dub-DSCOct 2016
17Azhar Ali, Babar Azam31651Dub-DSCOct 2016
18Misbah-ul-Haq, Younis Khan41751Abu DhabiOct 2016
19Ahmed Shehzad, Azhar Ali11552BridgetownApr 2017
20Babar Azam, Fawad Alam4158*1KingstonAug 2021

It also provides the tenth occasion of Pakistan batsmen posting 150 plus runs partnership against West Indies in a test innings in West Indies. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPartnersWRunsIGroundMon/Year
1Hanif Mohd, Imtiaz Ahmed11523BridgetownJan 1958
2Hanif Mohd, Saeed Ahmed31543BridgetownJan 1958
3AH Kardar, Wazir Mohd61663KingstonFeb 1958
4Saeed Ahmed, Wazir Mohd31692TrinidadMar 1958
5Hanif Mohd, Wazir Mohd41542TrinidadMar 1958
6Majid Khan, Zaheer Abbas11593GeorgetownMar 1977
7Abdul Razzaq, Inzamam62061GeorgetownMay 2000
8Imran Nazir, Mohd Wasim12193BridgetownMay 2000
9Ahmed Shehzad, Azhar Ali11552BridgetownApr 2017
10Babar Azam, Fawad Alam4158*1KingstonAug 2021

It also provides the fourth occasion of Pakistan batsmen posting 150 plus runs partnership against West Indies in a test innings for the fourth wicket. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPartnersWRunsIGroundMon/Year
1Hanif Mohd, Wazir Mohd41542TrinidadMar 1958
2Saleem Malik, Shoaib Mohd41742KarachiNov 1990
3Misbah-ul-Haq, Younis Khan41751Abu DhabiOct 2016
4Babar Azam, Fawad Alam4158*1KingstonAug 2021

It also provides the fourth occasion of Pakistan batsmen posting 150 plus runs partnership against West Indies in a test innings for the fourth wicket in West Indies. All such occasions are tabulated below. It also represents the highest partnership by Pakistan batsmen for the fourth wicket against West Indies in West Indies.

NoPartnersWRunsIGroundMon/Year
1Hanif Mohd, Wazir Mohd41542TrinidadMar 1958
2Babar Azam, Fawad Alam4158*1KingstonAug 2021
Left arm pace bowlers capturing six or more wickets in a test innings

Left arm pace bowlers capturing six or more wickets in a test innings

Shaheen Shah Afridi of Pakistan captured six for 51 in West Indies’ first innings in the ongoing second test at Kingston to provide the 83rd occasion of a left arm pace bowler capturing six or more wickets in a test innings. in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerWRITeamOppGroundStart Date
1T Emmett7682EngAusMelbourne02 Jan 1879
2RG Barlow7404EngAusSydney26 Jan 1883
3RG Barlow7443EngAusManchester05 Jul 1886
4WH Ashley7951SAFEngCape Town25 Mar 1889
5F Martin6501EngAusThe Oval11 Aug 1890
6F Martin6523EngAusThe Oval11 Aug 1890
7WJ Whitty6174AusSAFMelbourne31 Dec 1910
8WJ Whitty61043AusSAFAdelaide07 Jan 1911
9FR Foster6913EngAusMelbourne30 Dec 1911
10AE Hall7634SAFEngCape Town01 Jan 1923
11AE Hall6821SAFEngJo’burg09 Feb 1923
12AE Hall61001SAFEngJo’burg28 Jan 1928
13NA Quinn6922SAFEngLeeds13 Jul 1929
14W Voce7704EngWinPort of Spain01 Feb 1930
15W Voce6412EngAusBrisbane04 Dec 1936
16ERH Toshack6823AusEngBrisbane29 Nov 1946
17ERH Toshack6293AusIndBrisbane28 Nov 1947
18AK Davidson6343AusSAFJo’burg23 Dec 1957
19AK Davidson6641AusEngMelbourne31 Dec 1958
20I Meckiff6383AusEngMelbourne31 Dec 1958
21AK Davidson7933AusIndKanpur19 Dec 1959
22AK Davidson6873AusWinBrisbane09 Dec 1960
23AK Davidson6532AusWinMelbourne30 Dec 1960
24AK Davidson6752AusEngMelbourne29 Dec 1962
25IJ Jones61182EngAusAdelaide28 Jan 1966
26TL Goddard6534SAFAusJo’burg23 Dec 1966
27GJ Gilmour6851AusEngLeeds14 Aug 1975
28RO Collinge6631NZlIndCh’church05 Feb 1976
29JK Lever7462EngIndDelhi17 Dec 1976
30G Dymock7673AusIndKanpur02 Oct 1979
31G Dymock6344AusEngPerth14 Dec 1979
32GB Troup6953NZlWinAuckland29 Feb 1980
33Azeem Hafeez6462PakIndLahore17 Oct 1984
34Wasim Akram6912PakWinFaisalabad24 Oct 1986
35MR Whitney7892AusWinAdelaide03 Feb 1989
36Wasim Akram6621PakAusMelbourne12 Jan 1990
37BA Reid6971AusEngMelbourne26 Dec 1990
38BA Reid7513AusEngMelbourne26 Dec 1990
39BA Reid6661AusIndMelbourne26 Dec 1991
40BA Reid6603AusIndMelbourne26 Dec 1991
41MR Whitney7274AusIndPerth01 Feb 1992
42Wasim Akram6671PakEngThe Oval06 Aug 1992
43Wasim Akram6433PakNZlAuckland10 Feb 1994
44Wasim Akram71193PakNZlWellington17 Feb 1994
45WPUJC Vaas6872SrlNZlDunedin18 Mar 1995
46Wasim Akram6481PakZimFaisalabad24 Oct 1996
47Wasim Akram6612PakWinSt John’s25 May 2000
48WPUJC Vaas6732SrlEngCol-SSC15 Mar 2001
49Manjural Islam6812BanZimBulawayo19 Apr 2001
50WPUJC Vaas71201SrlWinCol-SSC29 Nov 2001
51WPUJC Vaas7713SrlWinCol-SSC29 Nov 2001
52PT Collins6763WinNZlBridgetown21 Jun 2002
53PT Collins6533WinBanKingston04 Jun 2004
54WPUJC Vaas6294SrlSAFCol-SSC11 Aug 2004
55IK Pathan6513IndBanDhaka10 Dec 2004
56JEC Franklin61192NZlAusAuckland26 Mar 2005
57WPUJC Vaas61082SrlNZlWellington11 Apr 2005
58WPUJC Vaas6222SrlWinKandy22 Jul 2005
59IK Pathan7591IndZimHarare20 Sep 2005
60RJ Sidebottom6493EngNZlHamilton05 Mar 2008
61RJ Sidebottom7472EngNZlNapier22 Mar 2008
62RJ Sidebottom6673EngNZlNottingham05 Jun 2008
63MG Johnson8612AusSAFPerth17 Dec 2008
64Z Khan7873IndBanDhaka24 Jan 2010
65MG Johnson6734AusNZlHamilton27 Mar 2010
66Mohd Amir6841PakEngLord’s26 Aug 2010
67MG Johnson6382AusEngPerth16 Dec 2010
68MA Starc61543AusSAFPerth30 Nov 2012
69Rahat Ali61271PakSAFCenturion22 Feb 2013
70TA Boult6682NZlEngAuckland22 Mar 2013
71MG Johnson7402AusEngAdelaide05 Dec 2013
72TA Boult6402NZlWinWellington11 Dec 2013
73MG Johnson7682AusSAFCenturion12 Feb 2014
74MA Starc61112AusEngNottingham06 Aug 2015
75N Wagner61062NZlAusCh’church20 Feb 2016
76N Wagner6411NZlZimBulawayo28 Jul 2016
77MA Starc6503AusSrlGalle04 Aug 2016
78Mohd Amir6441PakWinKingston21 Apr 2017
79N Wagner7391NZlWinWellington01 Dec 2017
80TA Boult6321NZlEngAuckland22 Mar 2018
81TA Boult6302NZlSrlCh’church26 Dec 2018
82MA Starc6662AusPakAdelaide29 Nov 2019
83S Shah Afridi6512PakWinKingston20 Aug 2021

Shaheen Shah Afridi of Pakistan captured six for 51 in West Indies’ first innings in the ongoing second test at Kingston to provide the 12th occasion of a Pakistan left arm pace bowler capturing six or more wickets in a test innings in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerWRITeamOppGroundStart Date
1Azeem Hafeez6462PakIndLahore17 Oct 1984
2Wasim Akram6912PakWinFaisalabad24 Oct 1986
3Wasim Akram6621PakAusMelbourne12 Jan 1990
4Wasim Akram6671PakEngThe Oval06 Aug 1992
5Wasim Akram6433PakNZlAuckland10 Feb 1994
6Wasim Akram71193PakNZlWellington17 Feb 1994
7Wasim Akram6481PakZimFaisalabad24 Oct 1996
8Wasim Akram6612PakWinSt John’s25 May 2000
9Mohd Amir6841PakEngLord’s26 Aug 2010
10Rahat Ali61271PakSAFCenturion22 Feb 2013
11Mohd Amir6441PakWinKingston21 Apr 2017
12S Shah Afridi6512PakWinKingston20 Aug 2021

Shaheen Shah Afridi of Pakistan captured six for 51 in West Indies’ first innings in the ongoing second test at Kingston to provide the 14th occasion of a left arm pace bowler capturing six or more wickets in a test innings against West Indies in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerWRITeamOppGroundStart Date
1W Voce7704EngWinPort of Spain01 Feb 1930
2AK Davidson6873AusWinBrisbane09 Dec 1960
3AK Davidson6532AusWinMelbourne30 Dec 1960
4GB Troup6953NZlWinAuckland29 Feb 1980
5Wasim Akram6912PakWinFaisalabad24 Oct 1986
6MR Whitney7892AusWinAdelaide03 Feb 1989
7Wasim Akram6612PakWinSt John’s25 May 2000
8WPUJC Vaas71201SrlWinCol-SSC29 Nov 2001
9WPUJC Vaas7713SrlWinCol-SSC29 Nov 2001
10WPUJC Vaas6222SrlWinKandy22 Jul 2005
11TA Boult6402NZlWinWellington11 Dec 2013
12Mohd Amir6441PakWinKingston21 Apr 2017
13N Wagner7391NZlWinWellington01 Dec 2017
14S Shah Afridi6512PakWinKingston20 Aug 2021

Shaheen Shah Afridi of Pakistan captured six for 51 in West Indies’ first innings in the ongoing second test at Kingston to provide the fourth occasion of a Pakistan left arm pace bowler capturing six or more wickets in a test innings against West Indies in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerWRITeamOppGroundStart Date
1Wasim Akram6912PakWinFaisalabad24 Oct 1986
2Wasim Akram6612PakWinSt John’s25 May 2000
3Mohd Amir6441PakWinKingston21 Apr 2017
4S Shah Afridi6512PakWinKingston20 Aug 2021
Pakistan bowlers capturing six or more wickets in a test innings

Pakistan bowlers capturing six or more wickets in a test innings

Shaheen Shah Afridi of Pakistan captured six for 51 in West Indies’ first innings in the ongoing second test at Kingston to provide the 105th occasion of a Pakistan bowler capturing six or more wickets in a test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerWRIOppGroundStart Date
1Fazal Mahmood7423IndLucknow23 Oct 1952
2Fazal Mahmood6532EngThe Oval12 Aug 1954
3Fazal Mahmood6464EngThe Oval12 Aug 1954
4Mahmood Hussain6672IndDhaka01 Jan 1955
5Zulfiqar Ahmed6423NZlKarachi13 Oct 1955
6Khan Mohammad6211NZlDhaka07 Nov 1955
7Fazal Mahmood6341AusKarachi11 Oct 1956
8Fazal Mahmood7803AusKarachi11 Oct 1956
9Fazal Mahmood6831WinTrinidad26 Mar 1958
10Nasim-ul-Ghani6673WinTrinidad26 Mar 1958
11Fazal Mahmood6342WinDhaka06 Mar 1959
12Fazal Mahmood6664WinDhaka06 Mar 1959
13Haseeb Ahsan62022IndChennai13 Jan 1961
14Arif Butt6892AusMelbourne04 Dec 1964
15Mohd Nazir7992NZlKarachi24 Oct 1969
16Pervez Sajjad7742NZlLahore30 Oct 1969
17Intikhab Alam7522NZlDunedin07 Feb 1973
18Intikhab Alam61272NZlAuckland16 Feb 1973
19Sarfraz Nawaz6892WinLahore15 Feb 1975
20Imran Khan61021AusSydney14 Jan 1977
21Imran Khan6633AusSydney14 Jan 1977
22Imran Khan6901WinKingston15 Apr 1977
23Abdul Qadir6442EngHyd-Pak02 Jan 1978
24Sarfraz Nawaz9864AusMelbourne10 Mar 1979
25Sikander Bakht8692IndDelhi04 Dec 1979
26Iqbal Qasim6403IndMumbai16 Dec 1979
27Iqbal Qasim7493AusKarachi27 Feb 1980
28Iqbal Qasim6893WinFaisalabad08 Dec 1980
29Iqbal Qasim61411SrlFaisalabad14 Mar 1982
30Imran Khan8581SrlLahore22 Mar 1982
31Imran Khan6583SrlLahore22 Mar 1982
32Imran Khan7521EngBirmingham29 Jul 1982
33Mudassar Nazar6323EngLord’s12 Aug 1982
34Abdul Qadir71423AusFaisalabad30 Sep 1982
35Imran Khan8603IndKarachi23 Dec 1982
36Imran Khan6981IndFaisalabad03 Jan 1983
37Imran Khan6352IndHyd-Pak14 Jan 1983
38Azeem Hafeez6462IndLahore17 Oct 1984
39Tauseef Ahmed6453SrlKandy23 Feb 1986
40Wasim Akram6912WinFaisalabad24 Oct 1986
41Abdul Qadir6164WinFaisalabad24 Oct 1986
42Imran Khan6463WinKarachi20 Nov 1986
43Imran Khan7403EngLeeds02 Jul 1987
44Imran Khan61292EngBirmingham23 Jul 1987
45Abdul Qadir7962EngThe Oval06 Aug 1987
46Abdul Qadir9561EngLahore25 Nov 1987
47Imran Khan7801WinGeorgetown02 Apr 1988
48Abdul Qadir61602NZlAuckland24 Feb 1989
49Wasim Akram6621AusMelbourne12 Jan 1990
50Waqar Younis7863NZlLahore18 Oct 1990
51Waqar Younis7762NZlFaisalabad26 Oct 1990
52Wasim Akram6671EngThe Oval06 Aug 1992
53Waqar Younis7912ZimKarachi01 Dec 1993
54Waqar Younis6444ZimKarachi01 Dec 1993
55Wasim Akram6433NZlAuckland10 Feb 1994
56Wasim Akram71193NZlWellington17 Feb 1994
57Waqar Younis6782NZlCh’church24 Feb 1994
58Waqar Younis6341SrlKandy26 Aug 1994
59Mushtaq Ahmed7564NZlCh’church08 Dec 1995
60Mushtaq Ahmed6783EngThe Oval22 Aug 1996
61Wasim Akram6481ZimFaisalabad24 Oct 1996
62Mushtaq Ahmed6843NZlLahore21 Nov 1996
63Mushtaq Ahmed6871NZlRawalpindi28 Nov 1996
64Mohd Zahid7663NZlRawalpindi28 Nov 1996
65Mushtaq Ahmed6784SAFDurban26 Feb 1998
66Waqar Younis6781SAFP Elizabeth06 Mar 1998
67Saqlain Mushtaq6462AusHobart18 Nov 1999
68Wasim Akram6612WinSt John’s25 May 2000
69Saqlain Mushtaq81641EngLahore15 Nov 2000
70Danish Kaneria6421BanMultan29 Aug 2001
71Danish Kaneria6523BanMultan29 Aug 2001
72Waqar Younis6551BanDhaka09 Jan 2002
73Danish Kaneria7773BanDhaka09 Jan 2002
74Shoaib Akhtar6112NZlLahore01 May 2002
75Saqlain Mushtaq7661ZimBulawayo16 Nov 2002
76Shoaib Akhtar6501BanPeshawar27 Aug 2003
77Shoaib Akhtar6303NZlWellington26 Dec 2003
78Danish Kaneria71183SrlKarachi28 Oct 2004
79Danish Kaneria71882AusSydney02 Jan 2005
80Danish Kaneria61502IndMohali08 Mar 2005
81Mohd Asif6441SrlKandy03 Apr 2006
82Umar Gul61351SrlLahore01 Mar 2009
83Danish Kaneria71682NZlNapier11 Dec 2009
84Mohd Asif6411AusSydney03 Jan 2010
85Mohd Amir6841EngLord’s26 Aug 2010
86Tanvir Ahmed61201SAFAbu Dhabi20 Nov 2010
87Saeed Ajmal6423WinProvidence12 May 2011
88Saeed Ajmal7551EngDub-DSC17 Jan 2012
89Abdur Rehman6254EngAbu Dhabi25 Jan 2012
90Saeed Ajmal6962SAFCape Town14 Feb 2013
91Rahat Ali61271SAFCenturion22 Feb 2013
92Saeed Ajmal7952ZimHarare03 Sep 2013
93Saeed Ajmal61512SAFDub-DSC23 Oct 2013
94Yasir Shah7763SrlGalle17 Jun 2015
95Yasir Shah6962SrlCol-PSS25 Jun 2015
96Yasir Shah6722EngLord’s14 Jul 2016
97Yasir Shah61244WinAbu Dhabi21 Oct 2016
98Mohd Amir6441WinKingston21 Apr 2017
99Yasir Shah6633WinKingston21 Apr 2017
100Yasir Shah7943WinBridgetown30 Apr 2017
101Yasir Shah61841SrlDub-DSC06 Oct 2017
102Bilal Asif6362AusDub-DSC07 Oct 2018
103Yasir Shah8412NZlDub-DSC24 Nov 2018
104Yasir Shah61433NZlDub-DSC24 Nov 2018
105S Shah Afridi6512WinKingston20 Aug 2021

It also provides the 17th occasion of a Pakistan bowler capturing six or more wickets in a test innings against West Indies. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerWRIOppGroundStart Date
1Fazal Mahmood6831WinTrinidad26 Mar 1958
2Nasim-ul-Ghani6673WinTrinidad26 Mar 1958
3Fazal Mahmood6342WinDhaka06 Mar 1959
4Fazal Mahmood6664WinDhaka06 Mar 1959
5Sarfraz Nawaz6892WinLahore15 Feb 1975
6Imran Khan6901WinKingston15 Apr 1977
7Iqbal Qasim6893WinFaisalabad08 Dec 1980
8Wasim Akram6912WinFaisalabad24 Oct 1986
9Abdul Qadir6164WinFaisalabad24 Oct 1986
10Imran Khan6463WinKarachi20 Nov 1986
11Imran Khan7801WinGeorgetown02 Apr 1988
12Wasim Akram6612WinSt John’s25 May 2000
13Saeed Ajmal6423WinProvidence12 May 2011
14Yasir Shah61244WinAbu Dhabi21 Oct 2016
15Mohd Amir6441WinKingston21 Apr 2017
16Yasir Shah6633WinKingston21 Apr 2017
17Yasir Shah7943WinBridgetown30 Apr 2017
17S Shah Afridi6512WinKingston20 Aug 2021
Teams declaring its both innings closed in a test

Teams declaring its both innings closed in a test

Pakistan declared its both innings closed in the ongoing second test against West Indies at Kingston to provide the 119th occasion of a team declaring its both innings closed in a test. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoTeamFirstSecondOppGroundMon/Year
1Win350/6d124/5dAusSydneyFeb 1931
2Eng627/9d123/0dAusManchesterJul 1934
3Eng164/7d128/6dWinManchesterJul 1939
4Win681/8d212/4dEngTrinidadMar 1954
5Eng217/8d188/3dAusNottinghamJun 1956
6Eng500/8d184/5dIndMum-BSNov 1961
7Ind457/7d152/9dEngChennaiJan 1964
8Eng216/8d193/9dAusNottinghamJun 1964
9SAF390/6d307/3dEngJo’burgJan 1965
10NZl462/9d191/9dIndKolkataMar 1965
11Pak385/7d191/9dNZlLahoreApr 1965
12Aus650/6d175/4dWinBridgetownMay 1965
13Win526/7d92/2dEngTrinidadMar 1968
14Aus493/9d169/4dEngMelbourneJan 1971
15Win501/5d180/6dIndBridgetownApr 1971
16Win508/4d218/3dNZlKingstonFeb 1972
17Aus428/7d260/2dWinKingstonFeb 1973
18Aus419/8d218/7dWinTrinidadApr 1973
19Eng328/9d213/3dIndManchesterJun 1974
20Win604/6d205/3dIndMumbaiJan 1975
21Win687/8d182/0dEngThe OvalAug 1976
22Pak565/9d290/5dNZlKarachiOct 1976
23Ind524/9d208/2dNZlKanpurNov 1976
24Aus517/8d315/8dPakMelbourneJan 1977
25Pak503/8d264/4dIndFaisalabadOct 1978
26Aus385/5d189/4dEngLord’sAug 1980
27Eng476/9d68/0dIndDelhiDec 1981
28Ind481/4d160/3dEngChennaiJan 1982
29Srl491/7d294/7dEngLord’sAug 1984
30Ind553/8d97/1dEngKanpurJan 1985
31Win511/6d268/6dNZlGeorgetownApr 1985
32Aus574/7d170/5dIndChennaiSep 1986
33Eng592/8d199/8dAusPerthNov 1986
34Ind384/9d141/1dNZlBangaloreNov 1988
35Aus601/7d230/3dEngLeedsJun 1989
36Eng653/4d272/4dIndLord’sJul 1990
37Pak505/9d239/5dEngManchesterJul 1992
38NZl325/3d222/5dZimBulawayoNov 1992
39SAF360/9d130/6dIndCape TownJan 1993
40Pak423/8d131/3dZimKarachiDec 1993
41Aus469/7d124/6dSAFAdelaideJan 1994
42Eng477/9d267/5dSAFLeedsAug 1994
43Ind546/9d208/7dWinNagpurDec 1994
44NZl230/8d222/5dZimHamiltonJan 1996
45Aus502/9d215/6dSrlAdelaideJan 1996
46SAF529/7d256/6dIndCape TownJan 1997
47SAF406/8d226/7dWinCape TownJan 1999
48Ind583/7d148/5dNZlAhmedabadOct 1999
49NZl487/7d153/4dZimWellingtonDec 2000
50Aus486/9d84/2dNZlBrisbaneNov 2001
51Aus576/4d238/3dWinTrinidadApr 2003
52NZl515/7d161/5dSrlCol-PSSApr 2003
53SAF594/5d134/4dEngBirminghamJul 2003
54Ind500/5d209/6dNZlAhmedabadOct 2003
55Zim507/9d200/7dWinHarareNov 2003
56Ind705/7d211/2dAusSydneyJan 2004
57Aus575/8d139/2dNZlAdelaideNov 2004
58Eng411/8d332/9dSAFJo’burgJan 2005
59SAF451/9d194/6dAusSydneyJan 2006
60Eng528/9d296/8dPakLord’sJul 2006
61Aus602/9d202/1dEngBrisbaneNov 2006
62Eng553/5d284/8dWinLord’sMay 2007
63Ind387/8d100/6dBanChittagongMay 2007
64Aus542/5d210/2dSrlHobartNov 2007
65Ind616/5d184/4dPakKolkataNov 2007
66Srl476/8d240/7dWinProvidenceMar 2008
67Aus479/7d244/6dWinN SoundMay 2008
68NZl262/6d79/1dBanMirpurOct 2008
69Ind613/7d208/5dAusDelhiOct 2008
70Eng566/9d221/8dWinStJohn’sFeb 2009
71Eng600/6d279/2dWinBridgetownFeb 2009
72Eng546/6d237/6dWinTrinidadMar 2009
73Aus454/5d225/8dPakMelbourneDec 2009
74NZl553/7d258/5dBanHamiltonFeb 2010
75Eng599/6d209/7dBanChattogramMar 2010
76SAF543/6d235/3dWinBasseterreJun 2010
77Srl642/4d129/3dIndCol-SSCJul 2010
78SAF584/9d203/5dPakA DhabiNov 2010
79Srl387/9d057/1dWinCol-RPSNov 2010
80Eng474/8d269/6dIndLord’sJul 2011
81Ban350/9d119/3dWinChattogramOct 2011
82Aus604/7d167/5dIndAdelaideJan 2012
83SAF474/9d189/3dNZlWellingtonMar 2012
84Pak551/6d100/2dSrlCol-SSCJun 2012
85Srl570/4d335/4dBanGalleMar 2013
86Aus527/7d172/7dEngManchesterAug 2013
87Aus492/9d111/6dEngThe OvalAug 2013
88Aus570/9d132/3dEngAdelaideDec 2013
89Aus494/7d303/5dSAFCape TownMar 2014
90NZl508/7d156/8dWinKingstonJun 2014
91Eng575/9d267/8dSrlLord’sJun 2014
92SAF455/9d206/6dSrlGalleJul 2014
93Eng569/7d205/4dIndSouthamptonJul 2014
94Pak570/6d293/3dAusA DhabiOct 2014
95Pak566/3d175/2dNZlA DhabiNov 2014
96Aus517/7d290/5dIndAdelaideDec 2014
97Aus572/7d251/6dIndSydneyJan 2015
98Pak557/8d195/6dBanDhakaMay 2015
99Aus566/8d254/2dEngLord’sJul 2015
100Aus556/4d264/4dNZlBrisbaneNov 2015
101Aus559/9d385/7dNZlPerthNov 2015
102Aus551/3d179/3dWinMelbourneDec 2015
103Eng589/8d173/1dPakManchesterJul 2016
104NZl582/4d166/2dZimBulawayoAug 2016
105SAF481/8d132/7dNZlCenturionAug 2016
106Ind557/5d216/3dNZlIndoreOct 2016
107Aus538/8d241/2dPakSydneyJan 2017
108Ind687/6d159/4dBanHyd-RGSFeb 2017
109SAF496/3d247/6dBanP”stroomSep 2017
110Ind536/7d246/5dSrlDelhiDec 2017
111Win414/8d223/7dSrlPort of SpainJun 2018
112Ban522/7d224/6dZimDhakaNov 2018
113Ind443/7d106/8dAusMelbourneDec 2018
114Aus534/5d196/3dSrlCanberraFeb 2019
115Aus497/8d186/6dEngManchesterSep 2019
116Ind502/7d323/4dSAFVizagOct 2019
117Eng469/9d129/3dWinManchesterJul 2020
118Srl493/7d194/9dBanPallekeleApr 2021
119Pak302/9d176/6dWinKingstonAug 2021

It also provides the tenth occasion of Pakistan declaring its both innings closed in a test. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoTeamFirstSecondOppGroundMon/Year
1Pak385/7d191/9dNZlLahoreApr 1965
2Pak565/9d290/5dNZlKarachiOct 1976
3Pak503/8d264/4dIndFaisalabadOct 1978
4Pak505/9d239/5dEngManchesterJul 1992
5Pak423/8d131/3dZimKarachiDec 1993
6Pak551/6d100/2dSrlCol-SSCJun 2012
7Pak570/6d293/3dAusA DhabiOct 2014
8Pak566/3d175/2dNZlA DhabiNov 2014
9Pak557/8d195/6dBanDhakaMay 2015
10Pak302/9d176/6dWinKingstonAug 2021

It also provides the 21st occasion of a team declaring its both innings closed in a test against West Indies. All such occasions are tabulated below.

1TeamFirstSecondOppGroundMon/Year
2Aus650/6d175/4dWinBridgetownMay 1965
3Aus428/7d260/2dWinKingstonFeb 1973
4Aus419/8d218/7dWinTrinidadApr 1973
5Ind546/9d208/7dWinNagpurDec 1994
6SAF406/8d226/7dWinCape TownJan 1999
7Aus576/4d238/3dWinTrinidadApr 2003
8Zim507/9d200/7dWinHarareNov 2003
9Eng553/5d284/8dWinLord’sMay 2007
10Srl476/8d240/7dWinProvidenceMar 2008
11Aus479/7d244/6dWinN SoundMay 2008
12Eng566/9d221/8dWinStJohn’sFeb 2009
13Eng600/6d279/2dWinBridgetownFeb 2009
14Eng546/6d237/6dWinTrinidadMar 2009
15SAF543/6d235/3dWinBasseterreJun 2010
16Srl387/9d057/1dWinCol-RPSNov 2010
17Ban350/9d119/3dWinChattogramOct 2011
18NZl508/7d156/8dWinKingstonJun 2014
19Aus551/3d179/3dWinMelbourneDec 2015
20Eng469/9d129/3dWinManchesterJul 2020
21Pak302/9d176/6dWinKingstonAug 2021
Pakistan declaring its both innings in a test

Pakistan declaring its both innings in a test

Pakistan declared its first innings and third innings against West Indies in the ongoing second test at Kingston to provide the tenth occasion of Pakistan declaring its first innings and third innings closed in a test match. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoTeamFirstSecondOppGroundMon/Year
1Pak385/7d191/9dNZlLahoreApr 1965
2Pak565/9d290/5dNZlKarachiOct 1976
3Pak503/8d264/4dIndFaisalabadOct 1978
4Pak505/9d239/5dEngManchesterJul 1992
5Pak423/8d131/3dZimKarachiDec 1993
6Pak551/6d100/2dSrlCol-SSCJun 2012
7Pak570/6d293/3dAusA DhabiOct 2014
8Pak566/3d175/2dNZlA DhabiNov 2014
9Pak557/8d195/6dBanDhakaMay 2015
10Pak302/9d176/6dWinKingstonAug 2021
Pakistan batsmen scoring centuries in a test innings against West Indies

Pakistan batsmen scoring centuries in a test innings against West Indies

Fawad Alam of Pakistan scored 124 not out against West Indies in the ongoing second test at Kingston to provide  the 407th occasion of a Pakistan batsman scoring a century in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the 45th occasion of Pakistan batsman scoring a century against West Indies. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1Hanif Mohd3373WinBridgetown17 Jan 1958
2Imtiaz Ahmed1221WinKingston26 Feb 1958
3Wazir Mohd1063WinKingston26 Feb 1958
4Saeed Ahmed1501WinGeorgetown13 Mar 1958
5Wazir Mohd1892WinPort of Spain26 Mar 1958
6Hanif Mohd1032WinKarachi20 Feb 1959
7Mushtaq Mohd1233WinLahore15 Feb 1975
8Majid Khan1001WinKarachi01 Mar 1975
9Wasim Raja107*1WinKarachi01 Mar 1975
10Wasim Raja117*1WinBridgetown18 Feb 1977
11Majid Khan1673WinGeorgetown18 Mar 1977
12Mushtaq Mohd1211WinPort of Spain01 Apr 1977
13Asif Iqbal1354WinKingston15 Apr 1977
14Imran Khan1231WinLahore24 Nov 1980
15Javed Miandad1142WinGeorgetown02 Apr 1988
16Javed Miandad1024WinPort of Spain14 Apr 1988
17Saleem Malik1022WinKarachi15 Nov 1990
18Inzamam1232WinSt John’s01 May 1993
19Aamer Sohail1602WinRawalpindi29 Nov 1997
20Inzamam1772WinRawalpindi29 Nov 1997
21Aamer Sohail1602WinKarachi06 Dec 1997
22Ijaz Ahmed1512WinKarachi06 Dec 1997
23Inzamam1351WinGeorgetown05 May 2000
24Mohd Yousuf1151WinBridgetown18 May 2000
25Imran Nazir1313WinBridgetown18 May 2000
26Mohd Yousuf103*1WinSt John’s25 May 2000
27Mohd Yousuf1461WinSharjah31 Jan 2002
28Rashid Latif1501WinSharjah31 Jan 2002
29Shahid Afridi1071WinSharjah07 Feb 2002
30Younis Khan1531WinSharjah07 Feb 2002
31Shahid Afridi1224WinBridgetown26 May 2005
32Younis Khan1061WinKingston03 Jun 2005
33Inzamam117*3WinKingston03 Jun 2005
34Mohd Yousuf1922WinLahore11 Nov 2006
35Mohd Yousuf1913WinMultan19 Nov 2006
36Mohd Yousuf1021WinKarachi27 Nov 2006
37Mohd Hafeez1043WinKarachi27 Nov 2006
38Mohd Yousuf1243WinKarachi27 Nov 2006
39Taufeeq Umar1353WinBasseterre20 May 2011
40Misbah102*3WinBasseterre20 May 2011
41Azhar Ali302*1WinDubai (DSC)13 Oct 2016
42Younis Khan1271WinAbu Dhabi21 Oct 2016
43Azhar Ali1052WinBridgetown30 Apr 2017
44Azhar Ali1271WinRoseau10 May 2017
45Fawad Alam124*1WinKingston20 Aug 2021

Fawad Alam of Pakistan scored 124 not out against West Indies in the ongoing second test at Kingston to provide  the 186th occasion of a Pakistan batsman scoring a century on away soil in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the 45th occasion of Pakistan batsman scoring a century against West Indies. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1Hanif Mohd3373WinBridgetown17 Jan 1958
2Imtiaz Ahmed1221WinKingston26 Feb 1958
3Wazir Mohd1063WinKingston26 Feb 1958
4Saeed Ahmed1501WinGeorgetown13 Mar 1958
5Wazir Mohd1892WinPort of Spain26 Mar 1958
6Wasim Raja117*1WinBridgetown18 Feb 1977
7Majid Khan1673WinGeorgetown18 Mar 1977
8Mushtaq Mohd1211WinPort of Spain01 Apr 1977
9Asif Iqbal1354WinKingston15 Apr 1977
10Javed Miandad1142WinGeorgetown02 Apr 1988
11Javed Miandad1024WinPort of Spain14 Apr 1988
12Inzamam1232WinSt John’s01 May 1993
13Inzamam1351WinGeorgetown05 May 2000
14Mohd Yousuf1151WinBridgetown18 May 2000
15Imran Nazir1313WinBridgetown18 May 2000
16Mohd Yousuf103*1WinSt John’s25 May 2000
17Shahid Afridi1224WinBridgetown26 May 2005
18Younis Khan1061WinKingston03 Jun 2005
19Inzamam117*3WinKingston03 Jun 2005
20Taufeeq Umar1353WinBasseterre20 May 2011
21Misbah102*3WinBasseterre20 May 2011
22Azhar Ali1052WinBridgetown30 Apr 2017
23Azhar Ali1271WinRoseau10 May 2017
24Fawad Alam124*1WinKingston20 Aug 2021

It also represents the fifth occasion of Fawad Alam scoring a century in a test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1Fawad Alam1683SrlColombo (PSS)12 Jul 2009
2Fawad Alam1024NZlM Maunganui26 Dec 2020
3Fawad Alam1092SAFKarachi26 Jan 2021
4Fawad Alam1402ZimHarare29 Apr 2021
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