Mithali Raj is on the threshold of achieving a few batting records in Women’s one day internationals

Indian women cricketer Mithali Raj is on the threshold of becoming the second woman cricketer to score 2000 one day international runs on home soil. She has an aggregate of 1991 runs at the end of the first one day game against New Zealand at Bangalore and requires nine runs to complete 2000 runs. She would be the first Indian to achieve the feat of completing 2000 runs and the second in the the annals of women one day games after  CM Edwards of England. CM Edwards has an aggregate of 2076 runs. Mithali Raj needs 86 more runs to overhaul the run aggregate of CM Edwards to  own the record of becoming the highest run getter on home  soil in women one day games.  The following table lists out the performance of  these two cricketers as of 28.06.15

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 0
1 CM Edwards Eng women 78 71 8 2076 108* 32.95 2 19 6
2 Mithlali  Raj Ind women 61 57 20 1991 109* 53.81 3 13 2

Mithali Raj is also on the threshold of becoming the third captain to total 2500 runs in women one day internationals after BJ Clark of Australia and CM Edwards of England. Mithali Raj has an aggregate of 2419 runs as at the end of the first one day game against New Zealand at Bangalore on 28.06.15. The following table lists out the performance of these three captain.  Mithali Raj requires 81 runs to total 2500 runs

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 0
1 BJ Clark Aus Women 101 97 9 4150 229* 47.15 5 24 3
2 CM Edwards Eng women 111 101 16 3343 138 39.32 5 27 8
3 Mithali Raj Ind women 77 69 23 2419 108* 52.58 3 19 1

Mithali Raj needs 95 more runs to become the second woman cricketer to aggregate 5000 runs in women one day internationals. She has an aggregate of 4905 runs at the end of at the end of the first one day game against New Zealand at Bangalore on 28.06.15. The other cricketer to amass 5000 plus runs is CM Edwards of England. She has an aggregate of 5812 runs. The following table lists out the performance of the two cricketers

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 0
1 CM Edwards Eng women 185 174 23 5812 173* 38.49 9 45 15
2 Mithlali  Raj Ind women 154 141 40 4905 114* 48.56 5 36 4

 

Wicket keepers who have effected six or more dismissals in a test innings – L Chandimal is a new entrant to the list

L Chandimal of Sri Lanka effected six dismissals in Pakistan’s second innings in the ongoing test between Sri Lanka and Pakistan at Col-RPS to provide the 31st occasion of a wicket keeper effecting six or more dismissals in a test innings. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Dis Ct St Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 ATW Grout 6 6 0 3 Aus SAF Johannesburg 23 Dec 1957
2 DT Lindsay 6 6 0 2 SAF Aus Johannesburg 23 Dec 1966
3 JT Murray 6 6 0 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 22 Jun 1967
4 SMH Kirmani 6 5 1 2 Ind NZl Christchurch 05 Feb 1976
5 Wasim Bari 7 7 0 1 Pak NZl Auckland 23 Feb 1979
6 RW Taylor 7 7 0 1 Eng Ind Mumbai 15 Feb 1980
7 RW Marsh 6 6 0 3 Aus Eng Brisbane 26 Nov 1982
8 SAR Silva 6 6 0 1 Srl Ind Colombo (SSC) 30 Aug 1985
9 RC Russell 6 6 0 2 Eng Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 1990
10 IDS Smith 7 7 0 2 NZl Srl Hamilton 22 Feb 1991
11 RC Russell 6 6 0 1 Eng RSA Johannesburg 30 Nov 1995
12 IA Healy 6 6 0 2 Aus Eng Birmingham 05 Jun 1997
13 AJ Stewart 6 6 0 1 Eng Aus Manchester 03 Jul 1997
14 MV Boucher 6 6 0 2 SAF Pak Port Elizabeth 06 Mar 1998
15 Rashid Latif 6 6 0 1 Pak Zim Bulawayo 14 Mar 1998
16 MV Boucher 6 6 0 2 SAF Srl Cape Town 19 Mar 1998
17 CMW Read 6 5 1 3 Eng NZl Birmingham 01 Jul 1999
18 RD Jacobs 7 7 0 1 Win Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2000
19 MV Boucher 6 6 0 3 SAF Zim Centurion 11 Mar 2005
20 GO Jones 6 6 0 1 Eng Ban Chester-le-Street 03 Jun 2005
21 CMW Read 6 6 0 2 Eng Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2006
22 CMW Read 6 5 1 2 Eng Aus Sydney 02 Jan 2007
23 MS Dhoni 6 6 0 2 Innd NZl Wellington 03 Apr 2009
24 MJ Prior 6 6 0 1 Eng Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2010
25 Adnan Akmal 6 6 0 1 Pak NZl Wellington 15 Jan 2011
26 MV Boucher 6 6 0 3 SAF Srl Centurion 15 Dec 2011
27 MJ Prior 6 5 1 1 Eng SAF Lord’s 16 Aug 2012
28 AB de Villiers 6 6 0 2 SAF Pak Johannesburg 01 Feb 2013
29 BJ Watling 6 6 0 4 NZl Ind Auckland 06 Feb 2014
30 BJ Haddin 6 6 0 1 Aus Ind Brisbane 17 Dec 2014
31 LD Chandimal 6 5 1 3 Srl Pak Colombo (PSS) 25 Jun 2015

L Chandimal of Sri Lanka effected six dismissals in Pakistan’s second innings in the ongoing test between Sri Lanka and Pakistan at Col-RPS to provide the 27th occasion of a wicket keeper effecting exact six or more dismissals in a test innings. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Dis Ct St Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 ATW Grout 6 6 0 3 Aus SAF Johannesburg 23 Dec 1957
2 DT Lindsay 6 6 0 2 SAF Aus Johannesburg 23 Dec 1966
3 JT Murray 6 6 0 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 22 Jun 1967
4 SMH Kirmani 6 5 1 2 Ind NZl Christchurch 05 Feb 1976
5 RW Marsh 6 6 0 3 Aus Eng Brisbane 26 Nov 1982
6 SAR Silva 6 6 0 1 Srl Ind Colombo (SSC) 30 Aug 1985
7 RC Russell 6 6 0 2 Eng Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 1990
8 RC Russell 6 6 0 1 Eng RSA Johannesburg 30 Nov 1995
9 IA Healy 6 6 0 2 Aus Eng Birmingham 05 Jun 1997
10 AJ Stewart 6 6 0 1 Eng Aus Manchester 03 Jul 1997
11 MV Boucher 6 6 0 2 SAF Pak Port Elizabeth 06 Mar 1998
12 Rashid Latif 6 6 0 1 Pak Zim Bulawayo 14 Mar 1998
13 MV Boucher 6 6 0 2 SAF Srl Cape Town 19 Mar 1998
14 CMW Read 6 5 1 3 Eng NZl Birmingham 01 Jul 1999
15 MV Boucher 6 6 0 3 SAF Zim Centurion 11 Mar 2005
16 GO Jones 6 6 0 1 Eng Ban Chester-le-Street 03 Jun 2005
17 CMW Read 6 6 0 2 Eng Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2006
18 CMW Read 6 5 1 2 Eng Aus Sydney 02 Jan 2007
19 MS Dhoni 6 6 0 2 Innd NZl Wellington 03 Apr 2009
20 MJ Prior 6 6 0 1 Eng Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2010
21 Adnan Akmal 6 6 0 1 Pak NZl Wellington 15 Jan 2011
22 MV Boucher 6 6 0 3 SAF Srl Centurion 15 Dec 2011
23 MJ Prior 6 5 1 1 Eng SAF Lord’s 16 Aug 2012
24 AB de Villiers 6 6 0 2 SAF Pak Johannesburg 01 Feb 2013
25 BJ Watling 6 6 0 4 NZl Ind Auckland 06 Feb 2014
26 BJ Haddin 6 6 0 1 Aus Ind Brisbane 17 Dec 2014
27 LD Chandimal 6 5 1 3 Srl Pak Colombo (PSS) 25 Jun 2015

L Chandimal became the second Sri Lankan wicket keeper to effect six dismissals in a test innings after SAR Silva. SAR Silvs had performed the feat against India at Col-SSC in Aug 1985.

No Player Dis Ct St Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 SAR Silva 6 6 0 1 Srl Ind Colombo (SSC) 30 Aug 1985
2 LD Chandimal 6 5 1 3 Srl Pak Colombo (PSS) 25 Jun 2015

L Chandimal became the third wicket keeper to effect six dismissals in a test innings against Pakistan. The other two are MV Boucher and AB de Villiers. The performance of  these three wicket keepers are furnished below.

No Player Dis Ct St Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MV Boucher 6 6 0 2 SAF Pak Port Elizabeth 06 Mar 1998
2 AB de Villiers 6 6 0 2 SAF Pak Johannesburg 01 Feb 2013
3 LD Chandimal 6 5 1 3 Srl Pak Colombo (PSS) 25 Jun 2015

L Chandiamal’s six dismissals included one stumping dismissal. His feat provides the fifth occasion of a wicket keeper effecting six dismissals in a test innings which included one stumping dismissal. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Dis Ct St Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 SMH Kirmani 6 5 1 2 Ind NZl Christchurch 05 Feb 1976
2 CMW Read 6 5 1 3 Eng NZl Birmingham 01 Jul 1999
3 CMW Read 6 5 1 2 Eng Aus Sydney 02 Jan 2007
4 MJ Prior 6 5 1 1 Eng SAF Lord’s 16 Aug 2012
5 LD Chandimal 6 5 1 3 Srl Pak Colombo (PSS) 25 Jun 2015

L Chandimal’s feat of six dismissals came in the third innings of the test,i.e., opponent’s second innings to provide the  sixth occasion of a wicket keeper effecting six dismissals in the third innings of the test. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Dis Ct St Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 ATW Grout 6 6 0 3 Aus SAF Johannesburg 23 Dec 1957
2 RW Marsh 6 6 0 3 Aus Eng Brisbane 26 Nov 1982
3 MV Boucher 6 6 0 3 SAF Zim Centurion 11 Mar 2005
4 MV Boucher 6 6 0 3 SAF Srl Centurion 15 Dec 2011
5 CMW Read 6 5 1 3 Eng NZl Birmingham 01 Jul 1999
6 LD Chandimal 6 5 1 3 Srl Pak Colombo (PSS) 25 Jun 2015

Pakistan captains dismissed run out in a test innings

 Misbah-ul-Haq was dismissed run out for 7 in Pakistan’s first innings in the ongoing second test at Col-PSS to provide the 17th occasion of a Pakistan captain dismissed run out in a test innings. All such occasions are listed below. It also provide the first occasion of Misbah-ul-Haq dismissed run out in a test innings while leading Pakistan

 

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 AH Kardar 22 2 v New Zealand Karachi 13 Oct 1955
2 Intikhab Alam 16 1 v New Zealand Wellington 02 Feb 1973
3 Majid Khan 32 2 v England Lahore 02 Mar 1973
4 Mushtaq Mohammad 101 1 v New Zealand Hyd-Pak 23 Oct 1976
5 Wasim Bari 10 1 v England Hyd-Pak 02 Jan 1978
6 Mushtaq Mohammad 67 2 v India Lahore 27 Oct 1978
7 Mushtaq Mohammad 23 1 v Australia Perth 24 Mar 1979
8 Asif Iqbal 15 4 v India Kolkata 29 Jan 1980
9 Javed Miandad 30 3 v West Indies Lahore 24 Nov 1980
10 Imran Khan 118 1 v England The Oval 06 Aug 1987
11 Inzamam-ul-Haq 0 3 v India Multan 28 Mar 2004
12 Younis Khan 0 4 v West Indies Bridgetown 26 May 2005
13 Inzamam-ul-Haq 109 1 v England Faisalabad 20 Nov 2005
14 Inzamam-ul-Haq 97 2 v England Lahore 29 Nov 2005
15 Inzamam-ul-Haq 15 2 v Sri Lanka Kandy 03 Apr 2006
16 Mohammad Yousuf 7 2 v Australia Hobart 14 Jan 2010
17 Misbah-ul-Haq 7 1 v Sri Lanka Col-PSS 25 Jun 2015

 

Mishbah-ul-Haq became the second Pakistan captain to be dismissed run out in a test innings against Sri Lanka after Inzamam-ul-Haq. Inzamam-ul-Haq was dismissed run out for 15 at Kandy in Apr 2006

 

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Inzamam-ul-Haq 15 2 v Sri Lanka Kandy 03 Apr 2006
2 Misbah-ul-Haq 7 1 v Sri Lanka Col-PSS 25 Jun 2015

 

 

Pakistan dismissed for a total of less than 150 runs in less than fifty overs in a test innings

Pakistan was dismissed all out for 138 in 42.5 overs by Sri Lanka in the ongoing second test at Col-PSS to provide the 386th occasion of a team dismissed all out for less than 150 runs in less than 50 overs in a test innings. It also provides the 34th occasion of Pakistan dismissed all out under such criteria. All such occasions are listed below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Pakistan 106 42.2 2 v West Indies Bridgetown 17 Jan 1958
2 Pakistan 104 48.5 3 v West Indies Lahore 26 Mar 1959
3 Pakistan 100 43.4 1 v England Lord’s 21 Jun 1962
4 Pakistan 105 36.0 2 v England Lord’s 15 Jun 1978
5 Pakistan 62 21.2 2 v Australia Perth 13 Nov 1981
6 Pakistan 129 40.2 2 v Australia Perth 11 Nov 1983
7 Pakistan 77 44.5 3 v West Indies Lahore 07 Nov 1986
8 Pakistan 116 49.2 1 v India Bangalore 13 Mar 1987
9 Pakistan 102 40.3 1 v New Zealand Faisalabad 26 Oct 1990
10 Pakistan 122 49.2 2 v West Indies Lahore 06 Dec 1990
11 Pakistan 140 48.5 2 v West Indies Port of Spain 16 Apr 1993
12 Pakistan 97 41.1 2 v Australia Brisbane 09 Nov 1995
13 Pakistan 92 37.3 4 v South Africa Faisalabad 24 Oct 1997
14 Pakistan 106 40.5 2 v South Africa Port Elizabeth 06 Mar 1998
15 Pakistan 103 36.5 3 v Zimbabwe Peshawar 27 Nov 1998
16 Pakistan 104 26.5 1 v New Zealand Hamilton 27 Mar 2001
17 Pakistan 118 49.5 3 v New Zealand Hamilton 27 Mar 2001
18 Pakistan 59 31.5 1 v Australia Sharjah 11 Oct 2002
19 Pakistan 53 24.5 3 v Australia Sharjah 11 Oct 2002
20 Pakistan 72 31.3 4 v Australia Perth 16 Dec 2004
21 Pakistan 144 43.4 2 v West Indies Bridgetown 26 May 2005
22 Pakistan 119 38.4 1 v England Manchester 27 Jul 2006
23 Pakistan 117 44.3 4 v Sri Lanka Galle 04 Jul 2009
24 Pakistan 90 36.0 1 v Sri Lanka Colombo (PSS) 12 Jul 2009
25 Pakistan 139 38.0 4 v Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2010
26 Pakistan 148 40.5 2 v Australia Lord’s 13 Jul 2010
27 Pakistan 80 29.0 4 v England Nottingham 29 Jul 2010
28 Pakistan 72 39.3 1 v England Birmingham 06 Aug 2010
29 Pakistan 74 33.0 2 v England Lord’s 26 Aug 2010
30 Pakistan 147 36.5 3 v England Lord’s 26 Aug 2010
31 Pakistan 99 44.1 1 v England Dubai (DSC) 03 Feb 2012
32 Pakistan 49 29.1 2 v South Africa Johannesburg 01 Feb 2013
33 Pakistan 99 36.4 1 v South Africa Dubai (DSC) 23 Oct 2013
34 Pakistan 138 42.5 1 v Sri Lanka Colombo (PSS) 25 Jun 2015

Pakistan’s 138 all out in 42.5 overs provide the eleventh occasion of Pakistan dismissed for a total of less than 150 runs in less than 50 overs while batting in the first innings of a test. All such occasions are listed below.

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Pakistan 100 43.4 1 v England Lord’s 21 Jun 1962
2 Pakistan 116 49.2 1 v India Bangalore 13 Mar 1987
3 Pakistan 102 40.3 1 v New Zealand Faisalabad 26 Oct 1990
4 Pakistan 104 26.5 1 v New Zealand Hamilton 27 Mar 2001
5 Pakistan 59 31.5 1 v Australia Sharjah 11 Oct 2002
6 Pakistan 119 38.4 1 v England Manchester 27 Jul 2006
7 Pakistan 90 36.0 1 v Sri Lanka Colombo (PSS) 12 Jul 2009
8 Pakistan 72 39.3 1 v England Birmingham 06 Aug 2010
9 Pakistan 99 44.1 1 v England Dubai (DSC) 03 Feb 2012
10 Pakistan 99 36.4 1 v South Africa Dubai (DSC) 23 Oct 2013
11 Pakistan 138 42.5 1 v Sri Lanka Colombo (PSS) 25 Jun 2015

Pakistan has been dismissed by Sri Lanka for a total less than 150 runs in less than 50 0vers on three occasions. All such occasions are listed below.

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Pakistan 117 44.3 4 v Sri Lanka Galle 04 Jul 2009
2 Pakistan 90 36.0 1 v Sri Lanka Colombo (PSS) 12 Jul 2009
3 Pakistan 138 42.5 1 v Sri Lanka Colombo (PSS) 25 Jun 2015

 

Pakistan’s one hundred tests men

Younis Khan of Pakistan became the 62nd cricketer to appear in 100 plus tests when he played the second test against Sri Lanka at Col-PSS. He also became the fifth Pakistan cricketer to appear in 100 plus tests after Inzamam-ul-Huq, Javed Miandad, Saleem Malik and Wasim Akram. The performances of these five cricketers are listed  below in  the order of descending number of matches each has played as on date.

 

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 0
1 Inzamam-ul-Haq 119 198 22 8829 329 50.16 25 46 14
2 Javed Miandad 124 189 21 8832 280* 52.57 23 43 6
3 Saleem Malik 103 154 22 5768 237 43.69 15 29 12
4 Wasim Akram 104 147 19 2898 257* 22.64 3 7 17
5 Younis Khan 100 177 16 8600 313 53.41 29 29 16

 

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