Zimbabwe Twenty20 Tri series – Zimbabwe beat South Africa by nine wickets to clinch the series

Zimbabwe won the Twenty20 tri series involving Zimbabwe, South Africa and Bangladesh held at Harare. Zimbabwe beat South Africa by nine wickets at Harare on 24.06.12. The following are the few salient statistics of the tournament.

 

1st Match: Zimbabwe v Bangladesh at Harare – Jun 17, 2012
Zimbabwe 154/6 (20/20 ov); Bangladesh 143/5 (20/20 ov)
Zimbabwe won by 11 runs
2nd Match: Bangladesh v South Africa at Harare – Jun 19, 2012
South Africa 209/3 (20/20 ov); Bangladesh 170/8 (20/20 ov)
South Africa won by 39 runs
3rd Match: Zimbabwe v South Africa at Harare – Jun 20, 2012
Zimbabwe 176/4 (20/20 ov); South Africa 147 (19.2/20 ov)
Zimbabwe won by 29 runs
4th Match: Zimbabwe v Bangladesh at Harare – Jun 21, 2012
Zimbabwe 149/8 (20/20 ov); Bangladesh 153/4 (17.3/20 ov)
Bangladesh won by 6 wickets (with 15 balls remaining)
5th Match: Bangladesh v South Africa at Harare – Jun 22, 2012
South Africa 129/7 (20/20 ov); Bangladesh 132/7 (19.5/20 ov)
Bangladesh won by 3 wickets (with 1 ball remaining)
6th Match: Zimbabwe v South Africa at Harare – Jun 23, 2012
Zimbabwe 124/6 (20/20 ov); South Africa 130/4 (17.4/20 ov)
South Africa won by 6 wickets (with 14 balls remaining)
Final: Zimbabwe v South Africa at Harare – Jun 24, 2012
South Africa 146/6 (20/20 ov); Zimbabwe 150/1 (17.1/20 ov)
Zimbabwe won by 9 wickets (with 17 balls remaining)

 

MATCH RESULTS
No Team 1 Team 2 Winner Margin Ground Date
1 Zim Ban Zim 11 runs Harare 17.06.12
2 Ban RSA RSA 39 runs Harare 19.06.12
3 Zim RSA Zim 29 runs Harare 20.06.12
4 Zim Ban Ban 06 wkts Harare 21.06.12
5 Ban RSA Ban 03 wkts Harare 22.06.12
6 Zim RSA RSA 06 wkts Harare 23.06.12
7 Zim RSA Zim 09 wkts Harare 24.06.12

 

150 PLUS RUNS
No Team Score Overs Inns Oppn Ground Date
1 RSA 209/3 20.0 1 Ban Harare 19.06.12
2 Zim 176/4 20.0 1 RSA Harare 20.06.12
3 Ban 170/8 20.0 2 RSA Harare 19.06.12
4 Zim 154/6 20.0 1 Ban Harare 17.06.12
5 Ban 153/4 17.3 2 Zim Harare 21.06.12
6 Zim 150/1 17.1 2 RSA Harare 24.06.12

 

FIFTY PLUS RUNS
No Player Runs Balls 4s 6s Team Oppn Ground Date
1 HM Amla 88* 53 9 3 RSA Ban Harare 19.06.12
2 F du Plessis 66 57 4 1 RSA Zim Harare 24.06.12
3 H Masakadza 62 35 6 4 Zim Ban Harare 17.06.12
4 BRM Taylor 59* 41 6 1 Zim RSA Harare 24.06.12
5 H Masakadza 58* 50 6 2 Zim RSA Harare 24.06.12
6 V Sibanda 58 50 4 2 Zim RSA Harare 20.06.12
7 H Masakadza 56 54 5 1 Zim Ban Harare 21.06.12
8 H Masakadza 55 39 5 1 Zim RSA Harare 20.06.12
9 RE Levi 54 30 4 4 RSA Zim Harare 23.06.12
10 Mushfiqur Rahim 50* 32 5 1 Ban RSA Harare 19.06.12

 

THREE WICKETS IN AN INNINGS
No Player O M R W Team Oppn Ground Date
1 WD Parnell 4.0 1 16 3 RSA Zim Harare 23.06.12
2 CB Mpofu 4.0 0 20 3 Zim RSA Harare 20.06.12
3 M de Lange 3.0 0 25 3 RSA Ban Harare 22.06.12
4 AG Cremer 4.0 0 29 3 Zim RSA Harare 20.06.12

 

HIGHEST PARTNERSHIP FOR EACH WICKET
Wkt Runs Partners Team Oppn Ground Date
1st 114 V Sibanda, H Masakadza Zim RSA Harare 20.06.12
2nd 118* H Masakadza, BRM Taylor Zim RSA Harare 24.06.12
3rd 50 HM Amla, JA Morkel RSA Ban Harare 19.06.12
4th 56 JL Ontong, F Behardien RSA Ban Harare 22.06.12
5th 61 Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah Ban RSA Harare 19.06.12
6th 60 F du Plessis, JA Morkel RSA Zim Harare 24.06.12
7th 32* AG Cremer, P Utseya Zim RSA Harare 23.06.12
8th 20* DJ Vilas, RJ Peterson RSA Ban Harare 22.06.12
9th 14* Mushfiqur Rahim, Elias Sunny Ban RSA Harare 19.06.12
10th 1 WD Parnell, LL Tsotsobe RSA Zim Harare 20.06.12

 

FIFTY PLUS RUNS PARTNERSHIPS
No Partners Runs Wkt Team Oppn Ground Date
1 H Masakadza, BRM Taylor 118* 2nd Zim RSA Harare 24.06.12
2 V Sibanda, H Masakadza 114 1st Zim RSA Harare 20.06.12
3 RE Levi, HM Amla 70 1st RSA Ban Harare 19.06.12
4 HM Amla, CA Ingram 65 2nd RSA Ban Harare 19.06.12
5 Tamim Iqbal, Mohammad Ashraful 61 1st Ban Zim Harare 17.06.12
6 Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah 61 5th Ban RSA Harare 19.06.12
7 F du Plessis, JA Morkel 60 6th RSA Zim Harare 24.06.12
8 JL Ontong, F Behardien 56 4th RSA Ban Harare 22.06.12
9 RE Levi, F du Plessis 55 2nd RSA Zim Harare 23.06.12
10 Nasir Hossain, Mahmudullah 54* 5th Ban Zim Harare 21.06.12
11 RE Levi, CA Ingram 54 2nd RSA Zim Harare 20.06.12
12 H Masakadza, S Matsikenyeri 51 4th Zim Ban Harare 21.06.12
13 HM Amla, JA Morkel 50 3rd RSA Ban Harare 19.06.12

Third one day game between England and West Indies abandoned without a ball being bowled – List of abandoned one day games

The third one day game between England and West Indies at Leeds on 22.06.12 was abandoned with out a ball being bowled providing the 79th occasion of an abandoned one day game in the annals of one day games. The following table lists out all the 79 occasions

No Team 1 Team 2 Ground Match Date
1 Sri Lanka West Indies The Oval 13 Jun 1979
2 England West Indies Melbourne 12 Jan 1980
3 Sri Lanka Pakistan Col-RPS 09 Mar 1986
4 New Zealand West Indies Wellington 25 Mar 1987
5 Pakistan Australia Gujranwala 30 Sep 1988
6 Pakistan Australia Karachi 14 Oct 1988
7 India New Zealand Jammu 19 Dec 1988
8 Pakistan India Peshawar 16 Dec 1989
9 West Indies England Georgetown 14 Mar 1990
10 New Zealand South Africa Adelaide 11 Dec 1993
11 England New Zealand Lord’s 21 May 1994
12 India Pakistan Col-RPS 15 Sep 1994
13 Pakistan Australia Gujranwala 26 Oct 1994
14 India New Zealand Margao 21 Nov 1995
15 India Australia Cuttack 27 Oct 1996
16 New Zealand Sri Lanka Auckland 22 Mar 1997
17 India Pakistan Col-SSC 21 Jul 1997
18 Sri Lanka India Galle 25 Jun 1998
19 Sri Lanka New Zealand Galle 27 Jun 1998
20 India New Zealand Galle 29 Jun 1998
21 Australia England Melbourne 12 Feb 1999
22 New Zealand South Africa Wellington 31 Mar 1999
23 England Zimbabwe Centurion 09 Feb 2000
24 Zimbabwe England Harare 23 Feb 2000
25 Australia Pakistan Ch-le-St 16 Jun 2001
26 West Indies India Kingston 25 May 2002
27 West Indies India Kingston 26 May 2002
28 Sri Lanka England Col-RPS 21 Nov 2003
29 Sri Lanka England Col-RPS 23 Nov 2003
30 New Zealand South Africa Dunedin 24 Feb 2004
31 New Zealand South Africa Auckland 28 Feb 2004
32 Zimbabwe Bangladesh Bulawayo 06 Mar 2004
33 Zimbabwe Bangladesh Bulawayo 07 Mar 2004
34 West Indies England Trinidad 25 Apr 2004
35 West Indies England Grenada 28 Apr 2004
36 England New Zealand Manchester 24 Jun 2004
37 Australia Pakistan Amstelveen 25 Aug 2004
38 Sri Lanka Zimbabwe Rawalpindi 11 Oct 2004
39 Australia New Zealand Brisbane 10 Dec 2004
40 India South Africa Chepauk, 22 Nov 2005
41 Zimbabwe Kenya Harare 04 Mar 2006
42 India England Guwahati 09 Apr 2006
43 West Indies Zimbabwe Georgetown 06 May 2006
44 Sri Lanka South Africa Col-RPS 14 Aug 2006
45 Sri Lanka India Col-RPS 16 Aug 2006
46 Sri Lanka India Col-SSC 20 Aug 2006
47 South Africa Zimbabwe East London 17 Sep 2006
48 South Africa India Johannesburg 19 Nov 2006
49 Pakistan West Indies Rawalpindi 05 Dec 2006
50 Bangladesh India Chittagong 15 May 2007
51 Scotland Pakistan Edinburgh 01 Jul 2007
52 India Pakistan Titwood 03 Jul 2007
53 Canada Netherlands Toronto 04 Jul 2007
54 Zimbabwe West Indies Bulawayo 09 Dec 2007
55 Netherlands Bermuda Amstelveen 07 Aug 2008
56 Ireland Canada Dublin 12 Aug 2008
57 Scotland Kenya Ayr 13 Aug 2008
58 Sri Lanka India Col-RPS 26 Aug 2008
59 Ireland Kenya Belfast 27 Aug 2008
60 Ireland Zimbabwe Nairobi-Gym 21 Oct 2008
61 Kenya Ireland Nairobi-Gym 22 Oct 2008
62 Kenya Zimbabwe Nairobi-Gym 23 Oct 2008
63 Kenya Zimbabwe Nairobi-Gym 25 Oct 2008
65 South Africa Bangladesh East London 12 Nov 2008
65 England West Indies Leeds 21 May 2009
66 Netherlands Canada Amstelveen 12 Jul 2009
67 Canada Kenya King City 21 Aug 2009
68 Scotland Ireland Aberdeen 23 Aug 2009
69 Canada Kenya King City 23 Aug 2009
70 India Australia Mumbai-DYP 11 Nov 2009
71 South Africa England Johannesburg 20 Nov 2009
72 South Africa England Durban 04 Dec 2009
73 Scotland Bangladesh Glasgow 19 Jul 2010
74 Bangladesh New Zealand Dhaka 08 Oct 2010
75 India Australia Kochi 17 Oct 2010
76 India Australia Margao 24 Oct 2010
77 Bangladesh Zimbabwe Chittagong 10 Dec 2010
78 Ireland Sri Lanka Edinburgh 11 Jul 2011
79 England West Indies Leeds 22 Jun 2012

The following table shows the abandoned games involving England. England has been involved in an abandoned one day game on sixteen occasions which are listed below

No Team 1 Team 2 Ground Match Date
1 England West Indies Melbourne 12 Jan 1980
2 West Indies England Georgetown 14 Mar 1990
3 England New Zealand Lord’s 21 May 1994
4 Australia England Melbourne 12 Feb 1999
5 England Zimbabwe Centurion 09 Feb 2000
6 Zimbabwe England Harare 23 Feb 2000
7 Sri Lanka England Col-RPS 21 Nov 2003
8 Sri Lanka England Col-RPS 23 Nov 2003
9 West Indies England Trinidad 25 Apr 2004
10 West Indies England Grenada 28 Apr 2004
11 England New Zealand Manchester 24 Jun 2004
12 India England Guwahati 09 Apr 2006
13 England West Indies Leeds 21 May 2009
14 South Africa England Johannesburg 20 Nov 2009
15 South Africa England Durban 04 Dec 2009
16 England West Indies Leeds 22 Jun 2012

The following table shows the abandoned games involving West Indies. West Indies has been involved in an abandoned one day game on thirteen occasions which are listed below

No Team 1 Team 2 Ground Match Date
1 Sri Lanka West Indies The Oval 13 Jun 1979
2 England West Indies Melbourne 12 Jan 1980
3 New Zealand West Indies Wellington 25 Mar 1987
4 West Indies England Georgetown 14 Mar 1990
5 West Indies India Kingston 25 May 2002
6 West Indies India Kingston 26 May 2002
7 West Indies England Trinidad 25 Apr 2004
8 West Indies England Grenada 28 Apr 2004
9 West Indies Zimbabwe Georgetown 06 May 2006
10 Pakistan West Indies Rawalpindi 05 Dec 2006
11 Zimbabwe West Indies Bulawayo 09 Dec 2007
12 England West Indies Leeds 21 May 2009
13 England West Indies Leeds 22 Jun 2012

England-West Indies have been involved in six abandoned games which are listed below – one on neutral soil, three on West Indian soil and two on English soil {both at Leeds

No Team 1 Team 2 Ground Match Date
1 England West Indies Melbourne 12 Jan 1980
2 West Indies England Georgetown 14 Mar 1990
3 West Indies England Trinidad 25 Apr 2004
4 West Indies England Grenada 28 Apr 2004
5 England West Indies Leeds 21 May 2009
6 England West Indies Leeds 22 Jun 2012

England win the one day series against West Indies 2-0 – wins the second one dayer at The Oval by eight wickets

Second one day – England vs. West Indies at The Oval on 18.06.12 – England won by eight wickets

CH Gayle scored 53 in this game which represent the 100th occasion of a West Indies batsman scoring a fifty against West Indies in one day games. DJ Bravo’s 77 represent the 101st occasion of an England batsman scoring a fifty against West Indies.

CH Gayle’s 53 in this game represent his seventh fifty against England. He became the sixth West Indies batsman to score seven or more fifties against England in one day games. Others are – IVA Richards {14}, DL Haynes {08}, RB Richardson {08}, S Chanderpaul {07} and BC Lara {07|

CH Gayle’s seven fifties were scored while opening the innings against England. He now stands second in the list of West Indies opening batsmen who have scored most fifties against England. DL Haynes with eight fifties to his credit occupies the first place. CH Gayle went past CG Greenidge who had scored six fifties on his way to occupy the second place.

CH Gayle’s 53 in this game represent the 35th occasion of a West Indies opening batsman scoring a fifty against England.

DJ Bravo and KA Pollard added 100 runs for the fifth wicket in this game providing the 26th occasion of West Indies batsmen posting 100 plus runs against England in one day games. It also provides the third occasion of West Indies batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the fifth wicket against England in one day games. The other occasions are – 139 runs between CL King and IVA Richards at Lord’s on 23.06.79 and 124 runs between JC Adams and DL Haynes at Trinidad on 05.03.94.

DJ Bravo and KA Pollard added 100 runs for the fifth wicket in this game which was in a losing cause providing the sixth occasion of West Indies losing a game against England when their batsmen posting 100 plus runs. All the six occasions are listed below

No Partners Wkt Runs Oppn Ground Date
1 IVA Richards, RB Richardson 3 117 Eng Trinidad 04.03.86
2 CL Hooper, IVA Richards 4 121 Eng Manchester 25.05.91
3 DJ Bravo, CH Gayle 2 174 Eng Ahmedabad 28.10.06
4 CH Gayle, DS Smith 1 131 Eng Bridgetown 21.04.07
5 RR Sarwan, LMP Simmons 2 125 Eng Providence 20.03.09
6 DJ Bravo, KA Pollard 5 100 Eng The Oval 19.06.12

DJ Bravo and KA Pollard added 100 runs for the fifth wicket in this game providing the 208th occasion of West Indies batsmen posting a three figure partnership against various oppositions in one day games.

DJ Bravo and KA Pollard added 100 runs for the fifth wicket in this game which was in a losing cause providing the 37th occasion of West Indies losing a one day game when their  batsmen have posted 100 plus runs against various oppositions

DJ Bravo and KA Pollard added 100 runs for the fifth wicket in this game providing the 67th occasion of batsmen posting exact 100 runs for various wickets in the annals of one day games.

DJ Bravo and KA Pollard added 100 runs for the fifth wicket in this game providing the ninth occasion of batsmen posting exact 100 runs for fifth wicket in the annals of one day games which are listed below

No Partners Wkt Runs Team Oppn Ground Date
1 GRJ Matthews, GM Ritchie 5 100 Aus NZl Auckland 29.03.86
2 RR Singh, SR Tendulkar 5 100 Ind Srl Sharjah 20.10.00
3 MV Boucher, ND McKenzie 5 100 RSA Srl East London 17.12.00
4 R Dravid, V Sehwag 5 100 Ind Aus Bangalore 25.03.01
5 RP Arnold, TM Dilshan 5 100 Srl Ban Col-RPS 07.08.02
6 JP Maher, DR Martyn 5 100* Aus Eng Hobart 11.01.03
7 MI Rana, Mohd Ashraful 5 100 Ban Srl Col-RPS 23.07.04
8 SE Marsh, CL White 5 100 Aus Eng Hobart 21.01.11
9 DJ Bravo, KA Pollard 5 100 Aus Eng The Oval 19.06.12

DJ Bravo and KA Pollard added 100 runs for the fifth wicket in this game providing the sixth occasion of batsmen posting exact 100 runs for various wickets against England in the annals of one day games which are listed below

No Partners Wkt Runs Team Oppn Ground Date
1 RD Shah, SO Tikolo 2 100 Ken Eng Canterbury 18.05.99
2 Inzamam-ul-Haq, Moh Yousuf 4 100 Pak Eng Karachi 24.10.00
3 NJ Astle, CD McMillan 4 100 NZl Eng Dunedin 26.02.02
4 JP Maher, DR Martyn 5 100* Aus Eng Hobart 11.01.03
5 SE Marsh, CL White 5 100 Aus Eng Hobart 21.01.11
6 DJ Bravo, KA Pollard 5 100 Win Eng The Oval 19.06.12

DJ Bravo and KA Pollard added 100 runs for the fifth wicket in this game providing the third occasion of West Indies batsmen posting exact 100 runs for various in one day games which are listed below

No Partners Wkt Runs Team Oppn Ground Date
1 CH Gayle, DS Smith 1 100 Win Net Delhi 28.02.11
2 BC Lara, RR Sarwan 4 100* Win RSA Centurion 01.02.04
3 DJ Bravo, KA Pollard 5 100 Win Eng The Oval 19.06.12

This partnership provide the first occasion of West Indies batsmen posting exact 100 runs partnership against England in one day games

DJ Bravo and KA Pollard added 100 runs for the fifth wicket in this game which was in a losing cause providing the 23rd occasion of a team losing a one day game when their batsmen have posted exact 100 plus runs for various wickets.

DJ Bravo and KA Pollard added 100 runs for the fifth wicket in this game which was in a losing cause providing the third occasion of a team losing a one day game when their batsmen have posted exact 100 plus runs for the fifth wicket which are listed below.

No Partners Wkt Runs Team Oppn Ground Date
1 RR Singh, SR Tendulkar 5 100 Ind Srl Sharjah 20.10.00
2 MI Rana, Mohd Ashraful 5 100 Ban Srl Col-RPS 23.07.04
3 DJ Bravo, KA Pollard 5 100 Aus Eng The Oval 19.06.12

DJ Bravo and KA Pollard added 100 runs for the fifth wicket in this game which was in a losing cause providing the third occasion of a team losing a one day game when their batsmen have posted exact 100 plus runs against England for various wickets which are listed below.

No Partners Wkt Runs Team Oppn Ground Date
1 RD Shah, SO Tikolo 2 100 Ken Eng Canterbury 18.05.99
2 Inzamam-ul-Haq, Moh Yousuf 4 100 Pak Eng Karachi 24.10.00
3 DJ Bravo, KA Pollard 5 100 Win Eng The Oval 19.06.12

AN Cook and IR Bell added 122 runs for the first wicket in this game providing the 172nd occasion of England posting a three figure partnership in one day games. This stand also represents the 54th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in one day games.

AN Cook and IR Bell added 122 runs for the first wicket in this game providing the 16th occasion of England posting a three figure partnership against West Indies in one day games. This stand also represents the ninth occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket against West Indies in one day games.

AN Cook and IR Bell added 122 runs for the first wicket in this game providing the first occasion of England posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket against West Indies at The Oval in one day games. Thus this stand also represents the record partnership by England batsmen for the first wicket against West Indies at The Oval in one day games. The previous best was 38 runs between JA Jameson and MJ Smith on 07.09.73

AN Cook scored 112 in this game providing the 108th occasion of an England batsman scoring a hundred in one day games. It also provides the 13th occasion of an England batsman scoring a hundred against West Indies in one day games.

AN Cook scored 112 in this game providing the 13th occasion of an England batsman scoring a hundred against West Indies in one day games. It also provides the ninth occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a hundred against West Indies in one day games.

AN Cook scored 112 in this game providing the 15th occasion of an England captain scoring a hundred in one day games. It also provides the third occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a hundred against West Indies in one day games. Others are – 127 by MA Atherton at Lord’s on 28.05.95 and 105 by AJ Strauss at Providence on 22.03.09

AN Cook’s 112 in this game represents his fourth hundred as captain. He now jointly holds the record for most hundreds for an England captain in one day games with AJ Strauss. Hundreds scored by these two captains are listed below.

No Player Inns Oppn Ground Date
1 AJ Strauss 2 Win Providence 22.03.09
2 AJ Strauss 1 Ban Birmingham 12.07.10
3 AJ Strauss 2 Pak Leeds 12.09.10
4 AJ Strauss 2 Ind Bangalore 27.02.11
           
1 AN Cook 1 Srl Lord’s 03.07.11
2 AN Cook 1 Pak Abu Dhabi 13.02.12
3 AN Cook 1 Pak Abu Dhabi 15.02.12
4 AN Cook 2 Win The Oval 19.06.12

AN Cook’s three hundreds as captain in the calendar year 2012 makes him the only England captain to score three hundreds in a calendar year. His feat provides the eleventh occasion of a captain scoring three or more hundreds in a calendar year in the annals of one day games. Other ten occasions are – SC Ganguly – 05 in 2000 : RT Ponting – 05 in 2003 : GC Smith – 05 in 2005 : RT Ponting – 05 in 2007 : M Azharuddin – 03 in 1998 : SC Ganguly – 03 in 2003 : ST Jayasuriya – 03 in 2003 : RT Ponting – 03 in 2005 : CH Gayle – 03 in 2008 and BRM Taylor – 03 in 2011

It is interesting to note that only two captains have scored three hundreds in consecutive calendar years – BRM Taylor in 2011 and AN Cook in 2012.

AN Cook’s 112 in this game represent his fifth hundred as a batsman. He became the ninth England batsman to score five or more hundreds in one day games. Others are – ME Trescothick {12}, KP Pietersen {09}, GA Gooch {08}, DI Gower {07}, AJ Strauss {06}, PD Collingwood {05}, GA Hick {05} and NV Knight {05}

AN Cook’s 112 in this game represent his fifth hundred as an opening batsman. He became the fifht England opening batsman to score five or more hundreds in one day games. Others are – ME Trescothick {12}, GA Gooch {08}, AJ Strauss {06} and NV Knight {05}

JM Anderson’s two wickets in this game gave him an aggregate of 32 wickets against West Indies. He now holds the record for most wickets by an England bowler against West Indies. He went past IT Botham’s tally of 31 wickets – which was the previous record – on his way to the record.

JM Anderson’s two wickets in this game gave him an aggregate of 95 wickets on home soil. The record for most wickets by an England bowler is 108 and is held by D Gough. JM Anderson with his 95 wickets stands second to D Gough

AN Cook’s 112 in this game provide the tenth occasion of an England captain scoring a hundred on home soil in one day games which are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Oppn Ground Date
1 DI Gower 102 2 Aus Lord’s 03.06.85
2 GA Gooch 112* 2 NZl The Oval 25.05.90
3 MA Atherton 127 1 Win Lord’s 28.05.95
4 MA Atherton 113* 2 Aus The Oval 24.05.97
5 N Hussain 115 1 Ind Lord’s 13.07.02
6 ME Trescothick 114* 2 RSA The Oval 28.6.03
7 AJ Strauss 154 1 Ban Birmingham 12.07.10
8 AJ Strauss 126 2 Pak Leeds 12.09.10
9 AN Cook 119 1 Srl Lord’s 03.07.11
10 AN Cook 112 2 Win The Oval 19.06.12

AN Cook’s 112 in this game provide the second occasion of his scoring a hundred on home soil in one day games. He became the third England captain to score two hundreds on home soil. Other two are – MA Atherton and AJ Strauss. The hundreds scored by these three captains are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Oppn Ground Date
1 MA Atherton 127 1 Win Lord’s 28.05.95
2 MA Atherton 113* 2 Aus The Oval 24.05.97
             
1 AJ Strauss 154 1 Ban Birmingham 12.07.10
2 AJ Strauss 126 2 Pak Leeds 12.09.10
             
1 AN Cook 119 1 Srl Lord’s 03.07.11
2 AN Cook 112 2 Win The Oval 19.06.12

Opening batsmen scoring a duck and hundred in one day games

AN Cook and IR Bell scored zero and 126 in the one day game between England and West Indies at Southampton on 16.06.12 providing the 34th occasion of an openers scoring a duck and a hundred in the annals of one day games. All such occasions are listed below

No Batsman Score Batsman Score Team Oppn Ground Date
1 RS Gabriel Zero DL Haynes 108 Win Aus Sydney 17.01.84
2 LS Rajput Zero K Srikkanth 123 Ind Pak Calcutta 18.02.87
3 CWJ Athey Zero CS Broad 106 Eng NZl Napier 16.03.87
4 Aamir Sohail Zero Rameez Raja 119* Pak NZl Christchurch 18.03.92
5 M Prabhakar Zero NS Sidhu 134 Ind Eng Gwalior 04.03.93
6 RS Mahanma Zero ST Jayasuriya 140 Srl NZl Bloemfontein 08.12.94
7 AC Hudson Zero G Kirsten 106 RSA Ind Sharjah 14.04.96
8 AC Hudson Zero G Kirsten 115* RSA Ind Sharjah 19.04.96
9 MA Atherton Zero A Brown 118 Eng Ind OldTrafford 27.05.96
10 A Jadeja Zero SR Tendulkar 110 Ind Srl Col-RPS 28.08.96
11 RS Kaluwitharna Zero ST Jayasuriya 151* Srl Ind Mum-WS 17.05.97
12 P Wallace Zero C Lambert 119 Win Eng Trinidad 09.04.98
13 P Wallace Zero SC Chanderpaul 150 Win RSA EastLondon 24.01.99
14 NC Johnson Zero G Flower 140 Zim Ken Dhaka 27.03.99
15 G Flower Zero NC Johnson 110 Zim Aus Bulawayo 21.10.99
16 M Sinclair Zero NJ Astle 104 NZl Aus Napier 01.03.00
17 ML Hayden Zero DM Martyn 116* Aus NZl Auckland 03.03.00
18 M Atapattu Zero ST Jayasuriya 107 Srl NZl Sharjah 10.04.01
19 C Nevin Zero M Sinclair 118 NZl Srl Sharjah 17.04.01
20 M Sinclair Zero NJ Astle 117 NZl Ind Col-RPS 20.07.01
21 NV Knight Zero M Trescothick 121 Eng Ind Calcutta 19.01.02
22 SC Ganguly Zero V Sehwag 108 Ind NZl Napier 29.12.02
23 M Atapattu Zero ST Jayasuriya 106 Srl Eng Sydney 13.01.03
24 V Sehwag Zero SR Tendulkar 100 Ind Aus Gwalior 26.10.03
25 Younis Khan Zero Salman Butt 108* Pak Ind Calcutta 13.11.04
26 AC Gilchrist Zero ML Hayden 114 Aus NZl Christchurch 22.02.05
27 WTS Porterfield Zero JP Bray 115* Ire Zim Jamaica 15.03.07
28 SE Marsh Zero SR Watson 126 Aus Win Greneda 29.06.08
29 RR Watson Zero G Hamilton 115 Sco Ire Amstelveen 02.07.08
30 TM Dislhan Zero ST Jayasuriya 107 Srl Ind Dambulla 28.01.09
31 C Kieswitter Zero AJ Strauss 154 Eng Ban Birmingham 12.07.10
32 KRD Karthik Zero V Sehwag 116 Ind NZl Dambulla 25.08.10
33 Ahmed Shehzad Zero Mohd Hafeez 115 Pak NZl Christchurch 29.01.11
34 AN Cook Zero IR Bell 126 Eng Win Southampton 16.06.12

This feat also provides the fifth occasion of England openers scoring a duck and hundred in one day games.

No Batsman Score Batsman Score Team Oppn Ground Date
1 CWJ Athey Zero CS Broad 106 Eng NZl Napier 16.03.87
2 MA Atherton Zero A Brown 118 Eng Ind OldTrafford 27.05.96
3 NV Knight Zero M Trescothick 121 Eng Ind Calcutta 19.01.02
4 C Kieswitter Zero AJ Strauss 154 Eng Ban Birmingham 12.07.10
5 AN Cook Zero IR Bell 126 Eng Win Southampton 16.06.12

AC Hudson-G Kirsten, MS Atapattu-ST Jayasuriya and M Sinclair-NJ Astle are the three opening pairs to have scored zero and a hundred on two separate occasions which are listed below

No Batsman Score Batsman Score Team Oppn Ground Date
1 AC Hudson Zero G Kirsten 106 RSA Ind Sharjah 14.04.96
2 AC Hudson Zero G Kirsten 115* RSA Ind Sharjah 19.04.96
1 M Atapattu Zero ST Jayasuriya 107 Srl NZl Sharjah 10.04.01
2 M Atapattu Zero ST Jayasuriya 106 Srl Eng Sydney 13.01.03
1 M Sinclair Zero NJ Astle 104 NZl Aus Napier 01.03.00
2 M Sinclair Zero NJ Astle 117 NZl Ind Col-RPS 20.07.01

The following are the three teams – England {05}, India {06} and Sri Lanka {05} which has figured in this category of statistics on five or more occasions

No Batsman Score Batsman Score Team Oppn Ground Date
1 CWJ Athey Zero CS Broad 106 Eng NZl Napier 16.03.87
2 MA Atherton Zero A Brown 118 Eng Ind OldTrafford 27.05.96
3 NV Knight Zero M Trescothick 121 Eng Ind Calcutta 19.01.02
4 C Kieswitter Zero AJ Strauss 154 Eng Ban Birmingham 12.07.10
5 AN Cook Zero IR Bell 126 Eng Win Southampton 16.06.12
1 LS Rajput Zero K Srikkanth 123 Ind Pak Calcutta 18.02.87
2 M Prabhakar Zero NS Sidhu 134 Ind Eng Gwalior 04.03.93
3 A Jadeja Zero SR Tendulkar 110 Ind Srl Col-RPS 28.08.96
4 SC Ganguly Zero V Sehwag 108 Ind NZl Napier 29.12.02
5 V Sehwag Zero SR Tendulkar 100 Ind Aus Gwalior 26.10.03
6 KRD Karthik Zero V Sehwag 116 Ind NZl Dambulla 25.08.10
1 RS Mahanma Zero ST Jayasuriya 140 Srl NZl Bloemfontein 08.12.94
2 RS Kaluwitharna Zero ST Jayasuriya 151* Srl Ind Mum-WS 17.05.97
3 M Atapattu Zero ST Jayasuriya 107 Srl NZl Sharjah 10.04.01
4 M Atapattu Zero ST Jayasuriya 106 Srl Eng Sydney 13.01.03
5 TM Dislhan Zero ST Jayasuriya 107 Srl Ind Dambulla 28.01.09

Sri Lankan batsmen have a unique record in this category of statistics – on all the five occasions of Sri Lankan openers scoring a duck and a hundred in one day games – ST Jayasuriya has come up with a hundred.

No Batsman Score Batsman Score Team Oppn Ground Date
1 RS Mahanma Zero ST Jayasuriya 140 Srl NZl Bloemfontein 08.12.94
2 RS Kaluwitharna Zero ST Jayasuriya 151* Srl Ind Mum-WS 17.05.97
3 M Atapattu Zero ST Jayasuriya 107 Srl NZl Sharjah 10.04.01
4 M Atapattu Zero ST Jayasuriya 106 Srl Eng Sydney 13.01.03
5 TM Dislhan Zero ST Jayasuriya 107 Srl Ind Dambulla 28.01.09

England registers its first win by 100 plus runs margin against West Indies – wins the first one dayer at Southampton by 114 runs under DLM

First one day – England vs. West Indies at Southampton on 16.06.12 – England won by 114 runs on DLM

IR Bell scored 126 in this game providing the 107th occasion of an England batsman scoring a hundred in one day games. It also represents the 60th occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a hundred in one day games.

IR Bell scored 126 in this game providing the 12th occasion of an England batsman scoring a hundred against West Indies in one day games. It also represents the eighth occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a hundred against West Indies in one day games which are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Oppn Ground Date
1 GA Gooch 129* 2 Win Trinidad 04.03.96
2 MA Atherton 127 1 Win Lord’s 28.05.95
3 NV Knight 122 1 Win Bridgetown 29.03.98
4 AJ Stewart 100* 2 Win Nottingham 20.07.00
5 ME Trescothick 130 1 Win Gros Islet 01.05.04
6 ME Trescothick 104 1 Win The Oval 25.09.04
7 AJ Strauss 105 2 Win Providence 22.03.09
8 IR Bell 126 1 Win Southampton 16.06.12

AN Cook failed to open the account in this game providing the 45th occasion of an England captain scoring a duck in one day games. It also provides the seventh occasion of an England captain scoring a duck against West Indies in one day games which are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Oppn Ground Date
1 MH Denness 0 1 Win The Oval 07.09.73
2 JM Brearley 0 2 Win Adelaide 16.01.80
3 DI Gower 0 1 Win Kingston 18.02.86
4 DI Gower 0 2 Win Bridgetown 19.03.86
5 GA Gooch 0 2 Win Birmingham 23.05.91
6 MP Vaughan 0 2 Win Georgetown 18.04.04
7 AN Cook 0 1 Win Southampton 16.06.12

AN Cook and IR Bell scored zero and 126 in this game providing the 34th occasion of an openers scoring a duck and a hundred in the annals of one day games. It also provides the fifth occasion of England openers scoring a duck and hundred in one day games.

IR Bell scored his second one day hundred when he made 126 in this game. His first hundred was 126 not out against India at Southampton on 21.08.07

AN Cook collected his fifth duck of his one day career when he failed to open the account in this game.

IR Bell and IJL Trott added 108 runs for the second wicket in this game providing the 172nd occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games. It also provides the 32nd occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the second wicket in one day games

IR Bell and IJL Trott added 108 runs for the second wicket in this game providing the 16th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership against West Indies in one day games. It also provides the second occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the second wicket against West Indies in one day games. The first occasion was the 144 runs partnership between MA Atherton and GA Hick at The Oval on 26.05.95.

IR Bell and IJL Trott added 108 for the second wicket in this game providing the 27th occasion of a century partnership after the first had fallen at zero in the annals of one day games.  It also provide the first occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the second wicket after the first had fallen at zero.

TT Bresnan captured four wickets conceding 34 runs in this game providing the 128th occasion of an England bowler capturing four or more wickets in one day games. It also provides the 105th occasion of an England bowler capturing exact four wickets in one day games.

TT Bresnan captured four wickets conceding 34 runs in this game providing the 14th occasion of an England bowler capturing four or more wickets against West Indies in one day games. It also provides the 13th occasion of an England bowler capturing exact four wickets against West Indies in one day games.

TT Bresnan captured four wickets conceding 34 runs in 7.4 overs in this game providing the fifth occasion of an England bowler capturing four or more wickets against West Indies in less than the allotted quota of overs in one day games.

England won this game by 114 runs under DLM providing the first occasion of England winning an one day game by 100 plus runs margin against West Indies. This win also represents the 24th occasion of England winning an one day game by 100 plus runs margin in one day games.

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