Australia vs Pakistan one day series : Instances of team winning a five match one day series by 5-0 margin

Australia’s clean sweep of the five matches one day series by 5-0 margin provides the 23rd occasion of a team winning the series by 5-0 margin in the history of one day games. All the 23 occasions are listed below

No Team Mat Opposition Venue Series
1 West Indies 5 India India 1983/84
2 West Indies 5 New Zealand West Indies 1984/85
3 West Indies 5 Pakistan West Indies 1987/88
4 West Indies 5 India West Indies 1988/89
5 New Zealand 5 West Indies New Zealand 1999/00
6 England 5 Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 2001/02
7 Pakistan 5 Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 2002/03
8 Pakistan 5 Bangladesh Pakistan 2003
9 Pakistan 5 New Zealand Pakistan 2003/04
10 Sri Lanka 5 Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 2004
11 Sri Lanka 5 South Africa Sri Lanka 2004
12 Australia 5 New Zealand New Zealand 2004/05
13 South Africa 5 West Indies West Indies 2004/05
14 Sri Lanka 5 England England 2006
15 Bangladesh 5 Zimbabwe Bangladesh 2006/07
16 South Africa 5 West Indies South Africa 2007/08
17 Pakistan 5 Zimbabwe Pakistan 2007/08
18 Pakistan 5 Bangladesh Pakistan 2007/08
19 Australia 5 West Indies West Indies 2008
20 India 5 England England 2008/09
21 Sri Lanka 5 Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 2008/09
22 Zimbabwe 5 Kenya Kenya 2008/09
23 Australia 5 Pakistan Australia 2009/10

As far as Pakistan is concerned, it is their second 5-0 series loss, the first was against West Indies in West Indies in 1987-88

No Team Mat Opposition Venue Series
1 West Indies 5 Pakistan West Indies 1987/88
2 Australia 5 Pakistan Australia 2009/10

Australia made a clean sweep of the five match series by trouncing Pakistan 5-0. This is Australia’s third occasion of winning the one day series 5-0. The other two occasions were against New Zealand in New Zealand in 2004/05 and against West Indies in West Indies in 2008. Thus this series victory by 5-0 margin against Pakistan is its first series win by 5-0 margin on home soil.

No Team Mat Opposition Venue Series
1 Australia 5 New Zealand New Zealand 2004/05
2 Australia 5 West Indies West Indies 2008
3 Australia 5 Pakistan Australia 2009/10

Australia vs Pakistan one day series : Final One day game at Perth : Australia wins its 150th one day game under RT Ponting

Australia vs Pakistan: Fifth one day at Perth on 31.01.10. Australia won by two wickets

Australia’s win by two wickets in this game was its 150th victory under RT Ponting. RT Ponting remains the only captain in the history of one day games to win 150 games.


Pakistan opening batsmen – Salman Butt and Khalid Latif were dismissed for zeroes in the fifth and final one day game providing the 31st occasion of both the openers dismissed for zeroes in the history of one day games.

Pakistan opening batsmen – Salman Butt and Khalid Latif were dismissed for zeroes in the fifth and final one day game providing the third occasion of Pakistan’s both openers dismissed for zeroes in the history of one day games. All the three occasions are listed below.

No Team Ins Opp Ground Date Batsman Batsmen
1 Pak 2 NZl Birmingham 11.06.83 Mohsin Khan M Nazar
2 Pak 1 Aus Hobart 07.01.97 Aamer Sohail Zahoor Elahi
3 Pak 1 Aus Perth 31.01.10 Salman Butt Khalid Latif

Umar Akmal registered his fourth one day half century and fifth one day fifty when he scored 67 in this game

Fawad Alam registered his second one day half century when he made 63 in this game. The other fifty scored by him was his 63 not out against Hong Kong at Karachi on 24.06.08 which is also his highest individual score in his one day career.

CJ Mckay returned with figures of 9.3-3-35-4 in this game providing the 832nd occasion of a bowler capturing exact four wickets in the history of one day games.

CJ Mckay returned with figures of 9.3-3-35-4 in this game providing the 117th occasion of an Australian bowler capturing exact four wickets in the history of one day games.

CJ Mckay returned with figures of 9.3-3-35-4 in this game providing the 16th occasion of an Australian bowler capturing exact four wickets against Pakistan.

CJ Mckay returned with figures of 9.3-3-35-4 in this game providing the 100th occasion of bowlers from various countries capturing exact four wickets against Pakistan.

Pakistan remains the only team in one day games against whom the bowlers have captured exact four wickets on 100 occasions

At the end of this game, B Haddin has pouched 75 catches. Younis Khan was his 75th victim. He was caught by Haddin of the bowling of CJ McKay for 3 in this game.

CJ Mckay returned with figures of 9.3-3-35-4 in this game providing his maiden four wicket haul in one day games. His previous best was 3 for 15 against Pakistan at Sydney on 24.01.10, in the second one day game of this series.

RT Ponting registered his 74th one day half century and 102nd fifty when he scored 55 in this game. Only SR Tendulkar of India {45 centuries and 138 fifties} has scored more centuries and more fifties than RT Ponting in the history of one day internationals.

RT Ponting’s 55 in this game represents his eight one day half century and ninth fifty against Pakistan.

RT Ponting’s 55 in this game represent his 46th one day half century and 66th fifty as captain. He has an aggregate of 7636 runs from 204 games and 195 innings at the end of this game. His 20 centuries and 46 half centuries are the records for most centuries and most half centuries by a captain in one day games.

RT Ponting at the end of this game has an aggregate of 1101 boundary fours. He became the fifth batsman in the history of one day games to aggregate 1100 plus boundary fours. The other four are – SR Tendulkar {1901}, ST Jayasuriya {1500}, AC Gilchrist {1162}, SC Ganguly {1122}.

RT Ponting at the end of this game has an aggregate of 1101 boundary fours. He became the second Australian batsman to aggregate 1100 plus boundary fours after AC Gilchrist who has an aggregate of 1162 boundary fours

RT Ponting’s 55 in this game was his 74th one day half century. He became the fifth batsman in the history of one day games to register 74 or more one day half centuries. The other four are – SR Tendulkar {93}, Inzamam-ul-Haq {83}, R Dravid {82} and JH Kallis {74}.

Australia made a clean sweep of the five match series by trouncing Pakistan 5-0. This is Australia’s third occasion of winning the one day series 5-0. The other two occasions were against New Zealand in New Zealand in 2004/05 and against West Indies in West Indies in 2008. Thus this series victory by 5-0 margin against Pakistan is its first series win by 5-0 margin on home soil.

No Team Mat Opposition Venue Series
1 Australia 5 New Zealand New Zealand 2004/05
2 Australia 5 West Indies West Indies 2008
3 Australia 5 Pakistan Australia 2009/10

Australia vs Pakistan One day Series : One hundred occasion of exact four wickets by bowlers against an opposition in the history of one day games

CJ Mckay’s figures of 9.3-3-35-4 in the final one day game at Perth on 31..01.10 provided the 100th occasion of bowlers from various countries capturing exact four wickets against Pakistan.

Pakistan remains the only team in one day games against whom the bowlers from various countries have captured exact four wickets on 100 occasions. All the one hundred occasions are furnished below

No Bowlers Team O M R W Ground Start Date
1 DR Hadlee NZl 08.0 0 34 4 Christchurch 11 Feb 1973
2 RGD Willis Eng 11.0 5 15 4 Manchester 24 May 1978
3 M Hendrick Eng 12.0 6 15 4 Leeds 16 Jun 1979
4 MA Holding Win 10.0 2 26 4 Sydney 19 Jan 1984
5 RM Hogg Aus 10.0 2 33 4 Melbourne 21 Jan 1984
6 RM Hogg Aus 10.0 0 37 4 Sydney 25 Jan 1984
7 RMH Binny Ind 08.2 3 35 4 Melbourne 20 Feb 1985
8 N Gifford Eng 10.0 0 23 4 Sharjah 26 Mar 1985
9 MA Holding Win 07.3 0 17 4 Peshawar 02 Dec 1985
10 KN Amalean Srl 09.0 1 46 4 Col-SSC 06 Apr 1986
11 AH Gray Win 09.0 0 36 4 Multan 17 Nov 1986
12 CA Walsh Win 09.4 1 31 4 Sharjah 28 Nov 1986
13 Maninder Singh Ind 09.0 2 22 4 Sharjah 05 Dec 1986
14 AH Gray Win 10.0 1 45 4 Perth 30 Dec 1986
15 SR Waugh Aus 09.5 0 48 4 Perth 02 Jan 1987
16 RJ Shastri Ind 10.0 0 38 4 Kolkata 18 Feb 1987
17 CA Walsh Win 10.0 1 40 4 Lahore 16 Oct 1987
18 CEL Ambrose Win 10.0 1 39 4 Kingston 12 Mar 1988
19 CEL Ambrose Win 10.0 2 35 4 St John’s 15 Mar 1988
20 CEL Ambrose Win 10.0 0 29 4 Sharjah 22 Oct 1988
21 MD Marshall Win 10.0 1 34 4 Adelaide 10 Dec 1988
22 DK Morrison NZl 10.0 1 33 4 Hamilton 14 Mar 1989
23 TM Alderman Aus 10.0 3 22 4 Mum-BS 23 Oct 1989
24 CG Rackemann Aus 08.1 0 44 4 Brisbane 11 Feb 1990
25 M Prabhakar Ind 07.4 1 25 4 Sharjah 18 Oct 1991
26 CL Hooper Win 07.5 0 34 4 Karachi 20 Nov 1991
27 DR Pringle Eng 11.0 1 42 4 Lord’s 20 May 1992
28 CJ McDermott Aus 10.0 2 42 4 Hobart 10 Dec 1992
29 PV Simmons Win 10.0 8 3 4 Sydney 17 Dec 1992
30 W Watson NZl 08.4 1 27 4 Auckland 30 Dec 1992
31 IR Bishop Win 09.5 0 25 4 Jo’burg 13 Feb 1993
32 PS de Villiers RSA 10.0 2 27 4 East London 15 Feb 1993
33 IR Bishop Win 10.0 1 32 4 Durban 19 Feb 1993
34 CA Walsh Win 09.0 2 16 4 Cape Town 25 Feb 1993
35 GR Larsen NZl 10.0 0 24 4 Auckland 13 Mar 1994
36 RS Kalpage Srl 10.0 1 36 4 Col-RPS 06 Aug 1994
37 DW Fleming Aus 10.0 0 49 4 Multan 14 Oct 1994
38 RP Snell RSA 09.1 1 37 4 Jo’burg 10 Dec 1994
39 EO Simons RSA 8.0 0 42 4 Cape Town 10 Jan 1995
40 BC Strang Zim 10.0 1 36 4 Harare 22 Feb 1995
41 AJ Hollioake Eng 06.5 1 23 4 Birmingham 31 Aug 1996
42 AJ Hollioake Eng 08.4 0 45 4 Nottingham 01 Sep 1996
43 A Kumble Ind 07.0 2 12 4 Toronto 18 Sep 1996
44 EZ Matambanadzo Zim 08.0 0 32 4 Peshawar 03 Nov 1996
45 SK Warne Aus 09.5 1 52 4 Adelaide 15 Dec 1996
46 SK Warne Aus 10.0 1 37 4 Sydney 01 Jan 1997
47 IR Bishop Win 09.5 1 38 4 Brisbane 03 Jan 1997
48 HH Streak Zim 10.0 2 18 4 Sharjah 09 Apr 1997
49 NJ Astle NZl 08.0 0 43 4 Mohali 09 May 1997
50 ST Jayasuriya Srl 10.0 0 49 4 Col-RPS 14 Jul 1997
51 BKV Prasad Ind 05.0 1 17 4 Col-SSC 20 Jul 1997
52 SM Pollock RSA 10.0 2 49 4 Lahore 02 Nov 1997
53 PA de Silva Srl 07.5 0 45 4 Paarl 09 Apr 1998
54 KLT Arthurton Win 10.0 0 31 4 Dhaka 29 Oct 1998
55 GP Wickramasinghe Srl 10.0 1 48 4 Jamshedpur 19 Mar 1999
56 A Kumble Ind 10.0 0 53 4 Jaipur 24 Mar 1999
57 MA Ealham Eng 10.0 0 30 4 Sharjah 12 Apr 1999
58 GI Allott NZl 10.0 0 64 4 Derby 28 May 1999
59 SK Warne Aus 09.0 1 33 4 Lord’s 20 Jun 1999
60 J Srinath Ind 10.0 0 49 4 Brisbane 10 Jan 2000
61 SCG MacGill Aus 10.0 2 19 4 Sydney 19 Jan 2000
62 S Lee Aus 08.5 0 37 4 Melbourne 23 Jan 2000
63 A Kumble Ind 09.4 0 40 4 Adelaide 25 Jan 2000
64 RD King Win 10.0 1 25 4 Trinidad 23 Apr 2000
65 DNT Zoysa Srl 09.0 2 34 4 Galle 05 Jul 2000
66 N Boje RSA 10.0 1 25 4 Col-RPS 08 Jul 2000
67 DJ Terbrugge RSA 08.0 1 20 4 Col-SSC 12 Jul 2000
68 DR Tuffey NZl 10.0 0 24 4 Napier 20 Feb 2001
69 CH Gayle Win 04.2 0 19 4 Sharjah 17 Feb 2002
70 SB Styris NZl 10.0 0 30 4 Sharjah 11 Apr 2002
71 PW Gunaratne Srl 09.4 0 44 4 Tangier 17 Aug 2002
72 AA Donald RSA 09.3 0 43 4 Tangier 18 Aug 2002
73 B Lee Aus 08.0 0 32 4 Nairobi Gym 04 Sep 2002
74 IJ Harvey Aus 09.3 0 58 4 Jo’burg 11 Feb 2003
75 JM Anderson Eng 10.0 2 29 4 Cape Town 22 Feb 2003
76 JM Anderson Eng 09.0 2 27 4 The Oval 20 Jun 2003
77 A Flintoff Eng 10.0 2 32 4 Lord’s 22 Jun 2003
78 Tapash Baisya Ban 09.0 0 56 4 Lahore 15 Sep 2003
79 M Ntini RSA 10.0 0 46 4 Lahore 05 Oct 2003
80 A Nel RSA 10.0 0 39 4 Rawalpindi 10 Oct 2003
81 MDJ Walker NZl 07.0 0 49 4 Faisalabad 03 Dec 2003
82 A Nehra Ind 10.0 0 72 4 Vizag 05 Apr 2005
83 JM Anderson Eng 10.0 1 48 4 Rawalpindi 21 Dec 2005
84 RP Singh Ind 10.0 0 40 4 Multan 16 Feb 2006
85 S Sreesanth Ind 10.0 1 58 4 Karachi 19 Feb 2006
86 AJ Hall RSA 10.0 0 35 4 P Elizabeth 09 Feb 2007
87 M Ntini RSA 09.0 0 69 4 Lahore 18 Oct 2007
88 M Ntini RSA 09.0 0 61 4 Lahore 29 Oct 2007
89 JA Morkel RSA 08.3 0 44 4 Lahore 29 Oct 2007
90 T Mupariwa Zim 10.0 0 46 4 Multan 27 Jan 2008
91 M Mortaza Ban 10.0 0 65 4 Karachi 19 Apr 2008
92 P Kumar Ind 09.0 1 53 4 Dhaka 10 Jun 2008
93 PP Chawla Ind 08.4 0 40 4 Dhaka 10 Jun 2008
94 Nadeem Ahmed HKG 09.0 1 51 4 Karachi 24 Jun 2008
95 BAW Mendis Srl 10.0 0 47 4 Karachi 29 Jun 2008
96 GC Tonge Win 10.0 3 25 4 Jo’burg 23 Sep 2009
97 A Nehra Ind 10.0 0 55 4 Centurion 26 Sep 2009
98 IG Butler NZl 10.0 0 44 4 Jo’burg 03 Oct 2009
99 SR Watson Aus 10.0 0 36 4 Brisbane 22 Jan 2010
100 CJ McKay Aus 09.3 3 35 4 Perth 31 Jan 2010

Australia vs Pakistan one day series : Final one day game at Perth : Both the openers dismissed for zeroes in one day games

Pakistan opening batsmen – Salman Butt and Khalid Latif were dismissed for zeroes in the fifth and final one day game at Perth against Australia on 31.01.10 providing the 31st occasion of both the openers dismissed for zeroes in the history of one day games. All the 31 occasions are listed below.

No Team Ins Opp Ground Date Batsman Batsmen
1 Ind 1 Eng Ahmedabad 25.11.81 SM Gavaksar K Srikkanth
2 Pak 2 NZl Birmingham 11.06.83 Mohsin Khan M Nazar
3 Ind 1 Zim T’bridge Wells 18.06.83 SM Gavaksar K Srikkanth
4 Ban 1 Srl Dhaka 02.11.88 H Rashid F Ahmed
5 Ind 2 Win Mumbai 20.10.94 M Prabhakar SR Tendulkar
6 NZl 1 Pak Sharjah 10.11.96 C Spearman NJ Astle
7 Pak 1 Aus Hobart 07.01.97 Aamer Sohail Zahoor Elahi
8 Win 2 Pak Melbourne 20.01.97 SL Campbell JR Murray
9 Srl 2 Ind Sharjah 06.11.98 ST Jayasuriya A G’wardene
10 Ken 2 Zim Dhaka 23.03.99 D Chudasma K Otieno
11 Sco 2 Pak Ch-le-St 20.05.99 BW Patterson H Phillip
12 Ind 2 Win Toronto 12.09.99 MSK Prasad S Ramesh
13 Win 2 Ind Toronto 14.09.99 SL Campbell RD Jacobs
14 NZl 1 Aus Auckland 19.03.00 C Spearman NJ Astle
15 Win 2 Aus Sydney 19.02.00 D Ganga RD Jacobs
16 Ind 1 Srl Col-SSC 01.08.01 SC Ganguly V Sehwag
17 Win 2 Srl Bridgetown 07.06.03 CH Gayle WW Hinds
18 Ind 1 Zim Adelaide 22.01.04 SB Bangar PA Patel
19 Zim 1 Ind Perth 03.02.04 V Sibanda T Taibu
20 Zim 1 Srl Bulawayo 20.04.04 V Sibanda BR Taylor
21 Aus 1 SAF Brisbane 15.01.06 AC Gilchrist SM Katich
22 Ban 2 Aus Fatullah 26.04.06 S Nafeez R Saleh
23 Zim 2 Win Georgetown 07.05.06 HP Rinke T Duffin
24 SAF 1 Ind P Elizabeth 28.05.06 G Smith L Bosman
25 Win 1 Pak Faisalabad 07.12.06 CH Gayle LMP Simmons
26 Eng 2 Ind Lord’s 08.09.07 MJ Prior LJ Wright
27 Ber 1 Ken Nairobi-G 27.10.07 SD Outerbridge J Edness
28 SAF 1 NZl P Elizabeth 30.11.07 GC Smith HH Gibbs
29 Win 2 Pak Abu Dhabi 14.01.08 CH Gayle S Chatergoon
30 Zim 2 SAF Centurion 29.11.09 H Maskadza BRM Taylor
31 Pak 1 Aus Perth 31.01.10 Salman Butt Khalid Latif

Pakistan opening batsmen – Salman Butt and Khalid Latif were dismissed for zeroes in the fifth and final one day game at Perth against Australia on 31.01.10 providing the third occasion of Pakistan’s both openers dismissed for zeroes in the history of one day games. All the three occasions are listed below.

No Team Ins Opp Ground Date Batsman Batsmen
1 Pak 2 NZl Birmingham 11.06.83 Mohsin Khan M Nazar
2 Pak 1 Aus Hobart 07.01.97 Aamer Sohail Zahoor Elahi
3 Pak 1 Aus Perth 31.01.10 Salman Butt Khalid Latif

South Africa Test Team Averages

South African Test Team Averages
No Player Mat Runs HS BatAv 100 W BBI BowlAv 5 Ct St
1 ABdeVilliers 56 3834 217* 43.56 9 2 2/49 49.50 0 80 1
2 AG Prince 52 3171 162* 44.04 11 1 1/2 47.00 0 32 0
3 DW Steyn 36 471 76 13.08 0 185 6/49 23.70 12 10 0
4 GC Smith 80 6757 277 51.58 20 8 2/145 100.12 0 108 0
5 HM Amla 41 2771 176* 40.75 7 0 0 36 0
6 J Botha 2 45 25 45.00 0 4 2/57 44.50 0 1 0
7 JA Morkel 1 58 58 58.00 0 1 1/44 132.00 0 0 0
8 JH Kallis 134 10557 189* 54.41 33 259 6/54 31.37 5 148 0
9 JP Duminy 10 503 166 33.53 1 10 3/89 29.40 0 11 0
10 M Morkel 21 336 40 13.44 0 74 5/50 31.45 2 6 0
11 MVBoucher 129 5012 125 31.13 5 1 1/6 6.00 0 467 22
12 R McLaren 1 33 33* 0 1 1/30 43.00 0 0 0
13 WD Parnell 1 2 2/17 17.50 0 1 0
14 APetersen Yet to make test debut
15 LTsotsobe Yet to make test debut

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