Victories without losing a wicket in the Indian Premier League

Punjab won its game by ten wickets against Delhi at Mohali on 30.04.17 to provide the tenth occasion of a team winning a game without losing a wicket in the Indian Premier League. All such occasions are listed below

 

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Opposition Ground Date
1 Deccan 10 wickets 48 155 12.0 Mumbai Mumbai 27.04.08
2 Delhi 10 wickets 07 054 04.5 Punjab Cape Town 19.04.09
3 Bangalore 10 wickets 56 093 10.4 Rajasthan Bangalore 18.03.10
4 Rajasthan 10 wickets 41 134 13.1 Mumbai Mumbai 20.05.11
5 Mumbai 10 wickets 12 163 18.0 Rajasthan Jaipur 20.05.12
6 Chennai 10 wickets 16 139 17.2 Punjab Mohali 10.04.13
7 Bangalore 10 wickets 57 093 10.3 Delhi Delhi 26.04.15
8 Sunrisers 10 wickets 31 136 14.5 Gujarat Rajkot 21.04.16
9 Kolkata 10 wickets 31 184 14.5 Gujarat Rajkot 07.04.17
10 Punjab 10 wickets 73 068 07.5 Delhi Mohali 30.04.17

 

Punjab’s ten wicket win against Delhi provides the second occasion of a team winning a game by ten wickets against Delhi. The first such occasion was by Bangalore at Delhi on 26.04.15. Both the occasions are tabulated below

 

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Opposition Ground Date
1 Bangalore 10 wickets 57 093 10.3 Delhi Delhi 26.04.15
2 Punjab 10 wickets 73 068 07.5 Delhi Mohali 30.04.17

 

The victory target set in this game was 68 which is the lowest target when a team has won by ten wickets in a full twenty over game. The previous lowest target was 93 on two occasions – Rajasthan set a target of 93 against Bangalore at Bangalore on 18.03.10 and Delhi had set a target of 93 against Bangalore at Delhi on 26.04.15

 

However the lowest target set was 54 by Punjab at Cape Town on 19.04.09 in a rain affected game and the match was decided under DL Method

 

Punjab won this game by with 73 balls remaining to provide the occasion of a team winning a game with most balls remaining in the history of Indian Premier League. The previous record was the win by Bangalore with 57 balls remaining against Delhi at Delhi on 26.04.15. The following are the three games won by a team with 50 plus balls remaining

 

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Opposition Ground Date
1 Punjab 10 wickets 73 068 07.5 Delhi Mohali 30.04.17
2 Bangalore 10 wickets 57 093 10.3 Delhi Delhi 26.04.15
3 Bangalore 10 wickets 56 093 10.4 Rajasthan Bangalore 18.03.10

 

Punjab won this  game by ten wickets in 7.5 overs to provide the  first occasion of a team winning a game in the tournament under ten overs in a full twenty over game

Teams dismissed all out for a total less than 100 runs in the Indian Premier League

Delhi was dismissed for 67 against Punjab at Mohali on 30.04.17 to provide the 26th occasion of a team dismissed all out for a total less than 100 runs in the history of Indian Premier League. All such occasions are tabulated below

 

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Bangalore 49 09.4 2 v Kolkata Kolkata 23 Apr 2017
2 Rajasthan 58 15.1 2 v Bangalore Cape Town 18 Apr 2009
3 Delhi 67 17.1 1 v Punjab Mohali 30 Apr 2017
4 Kolkata 67 15.2 1 v Mumbai Mumbai 16 May 2008
5 Bangalore 70 15.0 1 v Rajasthan Abu Dhabi 26 Apr 2014
6 Kochi 74 16.3 2 v Deccan Kochi 27 Apr 2011
7 Chennai 79 15.2 2 v Mumbai Mumbai 05 May 2013
8 Delhi 80 19.1 1 v Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 04 May 2013
9 Rajasthan 81 15.2 1 v Kolkata Kolkata 17 Apr 2011
10 Deccan 82 18.3 1 v Bangalore Mumbai 24 Apr 2010
11 Bangalore 82 15.1 2 v Kolkata Bengaluru 18 Apr 2008
12 Delhi 83 17.3 2 v Chennai Delhi 18 Apr 2013
13 Delhi 84 15.4 2 v Chennai Abu Dhabi 21 Apr 2014
14 Delhi 87 16.1 2 v Rajasthan Mumbai 30 May 2008
15 Bangalore 87 15.2 2 v Chennai Port Elizabeth 20 Apr 2009
16 Mumbai 87 12.5 2 v Punjab Mohali 10 May 2011
17 Punjab 88 13.4 2 v Bangalore Bengaluru 06 May 2015
18 Rajasthan 92 19.5 1 v Bangalore Bengaluru 18 Mar 2010
19 Mumbai 92 19.2 1 v Delhi Mumbai 16 Apr 2012
20 Mumbai 92 18.2 2 v Rajasthan Jaipur 17 Apr 2013
21 Mumbai 92 16.3 2 v Sunrisers Visakhapatnam 08 May 2016
22 Delhi 95 18.2 1 v Bangalore Delhi 26 Apr 2015
23 Delhi 95 17.4 1 v Mumbai Delhi 10 Apr 2011
24 Kolkata 95 15.2 2 v Mumbai Port Elizabeth 27 Apr 2009
25 Rajasthan 97 18.3 1 v Kochi Indore 15 May 2011
26 Delhi 98 17.4 1 v Kolkata Kolkata 10 Apr 2016

 

Delhi was dismissed for 67 against Punjab at Mohali on 30.04.17 to provide the eighth occasion of a Delhi dismissed all out for a total less than 100 runs in the history of Indian Premier League. All such occasions are tabulated below. Delhi’s 67 in this game represent its lowest total in a completed innings in the tournament. Its previous lowest was 80 against Sunrisers at Hyd-RGS on 04.05.15

 

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Delhi 67 17.1 1 v Punjab Mohali 30 Apr 2017
2 Delhi 80 19.1 1 v Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 04 May 2013
3 Delhi 83 17.3 2 v Chennai Delhi 18 Apr 2013
4 Delhi 84 15.4 2 v Chennai Abu Dhabi 21 Apr 2014
5 Delhi 87 16.1 2 v Rajasthan Mumbai 30 May 2008
6 Delhi 95 18.2 1 v Bangalore Delhi 26 Apr 2015
7 Delhi 95 17.4 1 v Mumbai Delhi 10 Apr 2011
8 Delhi 98 17.4 1 v Kolkata Kolkata 10 Apr 2016

 

Delhi’s 67 provide the second occasion of a team dismissed all out by Punjab. The other team to be dismissed all out by Punjab is Mumbai. Mumbai was dismissed for 87 at Mohali on 10.05.11. Delhi’s 67 represent the lowest total against Punjab in the tournament.

 

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Delhi 67 17.1 1 v Punjab Mohali 30 Apr 2017
2 Mumbai 87 12.5 2 v Punjab Mohali 10 May 2011

 

Occasions of when all batsman scored single digit runs and also the occasions when one batsman scoring double digits in the Indian Premier League

The following are the occasions witnessed in the Indian Premier League. Interestingly enoughly on all the three occasions, Royal Challengers Bangalore is one of the teams. Against Kolkata at Kolkata on 23.04.17, in Bangalore’s innings all the batsmen scored single digits. In the inaugural game of the Indian Premier League, Bangalore was dismissed for 82 by Kolkata at Bengaluru on 18.04.08. Ten batsmen in Bangalore’s innings scored single digits, while Praveen Kumar was the only batsman to score double digits. He made 18 not out. In today’s game against rising Pune Supergiants, V Kohli was the only batsman to reach double figures. He scored 55, while all the other ten batsmen scored single digits. Bangalore totaled 96 for 9

Occasion when all batsman scored single digits
No Team Score Num Inns Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Bangalore 49 11 2 v Kolkata Kolkata 23 Apr 2017
Occasions when one batsman scored double digits
No Team Score Num Inns Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Bangalore 82 10 2 v Kolkata Bengaluru 18 Apr 2008
2 Bangalore 96/9 10 2 v Ris Pune Pune-MCA 29 Apr 2017

Batsmen scoring a fifty when all the other ten batsmen failed to reach double figures in an innings in the T20 games

There are six occasions when a batsman has scored a fifty when all the other ten batsmen have failed to reach the double figures. V Kohli is the latest entrant to this dubious club in the match between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Rising Pune at Pune-MCA on 29.11.16. All the six occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Num Inns Opposition Ground Date Batsman Score
1 West Indies 101 10 2 v Sri Lanka The Oval 19.06.09 *CH Gayle 63*
2 Hampshire 97 10 2 v Somerset Southampton 11.06.10 JHK Adam 61
3 Essex 104 10 2 v Surrey Chelmsford 31.07.13 RNt Doeschate 60
4 Lahore Lions 98 10 2 v Northern D Raipur 14.09.14 Saad Nasim 58
5 Hurricanes 91 10 2 v Syd Sixers Sydney 20.12.15 GJ Bailey 62*
6 Bangalore 96/9 10 2 v Ris Pune Pune-MCA 29.04.16 *V Kohli 55

CH Gayle and V Kohli were leading their sides when they accomplished this dubious distinction. CH Gayle batted at number one, while V Kohli batted at number two.Both the occasions are listed below

No Team Score Num Inns Opposition Ground Date Batsman Score
1 West Indies 101 10 2 v Sri Lanka The Oval 19.06.09 *CH Gayle 63*
6 Bangalore 96/9 10 2 v Ris Pune Pune-MCA 29.04.16 *V Kohli 55

This article is prepared at the behest of my cousin Sri Manjunath, who asked me to give him the occasions of a captain scoring fifties in this category of statistics

Indian Premier League witnesses seventh tied game

The game between Gujarat Lions and Mumbai Indians at Rajkot  on 29.04.17 ended in a tie  to provide the seventh occasion of a tied game in the history of the  Indian Premier League. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Team1 Team 2 Ground Date
1 Kolkata Rajasthan Cape Town 23.04.09
2 Chennai Punjab Chennai 21.03.10
3 Sunrisers Bangalore Hyd-RGS 07.04.13
4 Bangalore Delhi Bangalore 16.04.13
5 Kolkata Rajasthan Abu Dhabi 29.04.14
6 Rajasthan Punjab Ahmedabad 21.04.15
7 Gujarat Mumbai Rajkot 29.04.17

Four or more run outs in an innings in the Indian Premier League

Mumbai innings contained four run outs against Gujarat at Rajkot on 29.04.17 to provide the fourth occasion of an innings containing four or more run outs in the history of Indian Premier League. All such occasions are listed below. It is interesting to note that out of the four occasions, three are Mumbai innings

 

No Team Score Num Inns Opposition Ground Date  Batsmen  runs
1 Mumbai 188/10 5 2 Punjab Mumbai 21.05.08  SR Tendulkar  65
                 DR Smith  20
                 SD Chitnis  15
                 A Nehra  00
                 VS Yelagatti  02
                   
2 Chennai 110/08 4 1 Delhi Delhi 10.04.12  M Vijay  00
                 SK Raina  17
                 S Badrinath  15
                 R Ashwin  08
                   
3 Mumbai 120/09 4 1 Pune Pune-MCA 03.05.12  RG Sharma  03
                 NLTC Perera  00
                 SL Malinga  14
                 PP Ojha  01
                   
4 Mumbai 153/10 4 2 Gujarat Rajkot 29.04.17  JC Buttler  09
                 KH Pandya  29
                 MJ McClenghan  01
                 JJ Bumrah  00

 

Occasions of when all batsman scored single digit runs and also the occasions when one batsman scoring double digits in an innings in the T20 games

The following table list the occasions of when all batsman scored single digit runs and also the occasions when one batsman scoring double digits. The figures in the “Num” column denotes the number of most batsmen not scoring double digits

Occasion when all batsman scored single digits
No Team Score Num Inns Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Titans 47 11 1 v Eagles Centurion 28 Apr 2004
2 Tripura 30 11 1 v Jharkhand Dhanbad 20 Oct 2009
3 Bangalore 49 11 2 v Kolkata Kolkata 23 Apr 2017
Occasions when one batsman scored double digits
No Team Score Num Inns Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Eagles 94 10 2 v Titans Bloemfontein 13 Apr 2004
2 SL Army 59 10 1 v Sinhalese Col-CCC) 02 Mar 2007
3 Sussex 68 10 2 v Surrey Hove 29 Jun 2007
4 India 74 10 1 v Australia Melbourne 01 Feb 2008
5 Bermuda 62/9 10 1 v Guyana Coolidge 10 Feb 2008
6 Wayamba 69 10 1 v Ruhuna Col-Colts) 18 Apr 2008
7 Bangalore 82 10 2 v Kolkata Bengaluru 18 Apr 2008
8 Bermuda 41/8 10 2 v Ireland Belfast 03 Aug 2008
9 West Indies 101 10 2 v Sri Lanka The Oval 19 Jun 2009
10 Ireland 68 10 2 v West Indies Providence 30 Apr 2010
11 Hampshire 97 10 2 v Somerset Southampton 11 Jun 2010
12 New Zealand 80 10 2 v Pakistan Christchurch 30 Dec 2010
13 Somerset 24/8 10 2 v Jamaica Bridgetown 18 Jan 2011
14 Tamil Nadu 59 10 2 v Bengal Hyd-RGS 15 Mar 2011
15 Northants 47 10 2 v Durham Ch-le-St 14 Jul 2011
16 Namibia 60 10 1 v Northerns Windhoek 16 Oct 2011
17 Tripura 46/9 10 2 v Assam Jamshedpur 22 Oct 2011
18 Wellington 90 10 2 v Canterbury Wellington 06 Jan 2012
19 Leeward Is 44 10 2 v Trinidad & T North Sound 11 Jan 2012
20 Oman 89/9 10 1 v Italy ICCA Dubai 13 Mar 2012
21 Kenya 71 10 1 v Ireland Dubai (DSC) 14 Mar 2012
22 U.S.A. 90 10 1 v Kenya Abu Dhabi 19 Mar 2012
23 Panadura 59 10 2 v Chilaw Col-Colts 26 Mar 2012
24 Tamil Union 94 10 2 v Nondescripts Col-Colts 29 Mar 2012
25 Afghanistan 80 10 2 v England Col-RPS 21 Sep 2012
26 Leeward Is 87 10 1 v Barbados Port of Spain 07 Jan 2013
27 Tigers 47/9 10 1 v S Stallions Lahore 29 Mar 2013
28 Derbyshire 72 10 2 v Leics Derby 26 Jul 2013
29 Essex 104 10 2 v Surrey Chelmsford 31 Jul 2013
30 Netherlands 39 10 1 v Sri Lanka Chittagong 24 Mar 2014
31 Andhra 69 10 1 v Kerala Vizianagaram 05 Apr 2014
32 Lahore Lions 98 10 2 v Northern D Raipur 14 Sep 2014
33 Boland 44 10 2 v North West Potchefstroom 16 Nov 2014
34 Nepal 72 10 1 v Hong Kong Col-PSS 24 Nov 2014
35 Melb Reneg 57 10 2 v Melb Stars Melbourne-CS 03 Jan 2015
36 Super Stars 59 10 1 v Riders Dhaka 07 Dec 2015
27 Hurricanes 91 10 2 v Syd Sixers Sydney 20 Dec 2015
28 U.A.E. 73 10 2 v Netherlands ICCA Dubai 03 Feb 2016
29 Worcs 53 10 2 v Lancashire Manchester 24 Jun 2016
40 Titans 44 10 1 v Riders Dhaka 10 Nov 2016
41 Bangalore 96/9 10 2 v Ris Pune Pune-MCA 29 Apr 2017

The following are the occasions witnessed in the Indian domestic Twenty20 tournament including Indian Premier League

Occasion when all batsman scored single digits
No Team Score Num Inns Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Tripura 30 11 1 v Jharkhand Dhanbad 20 Oct 2009
2 Bangalore 49 11 2 v Kolkata Kolkata 23 Apr 2017
Occasions when one batsman scored double digits
No Team Score Num Inns Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Bangalore 82 10 2 v Kolkata Bengaluru 18 Apr 2008
2 Tamil Nadu 59 10 2 v Bengal Hyd-RGS 15 Mar 2011
3 Tripura 46/9 10 2 v Assam Jamshedpur 22 Oct 2011
4 Andhra 69 10 1 v Kerala Vizianagaram 05 Apr 2014
5 Bangalore 96/9 10 2 v Ris Pune Pune-MCA 29 Apr 2017

The following are the occasions witnessed in the Indian Premier League. Interesting enough on all the three occasions, Royal Challengers Bangalore is one of the teams. Against Kolkata at Kolkata on 23.04.17, in Bangalore’s innings all the batsmen scored single digits. In the inaugural game of the Indian Premier League, Bangalore was dismissed for 82 by Kolkata at Bengaluru on 18.04.08. Ten batsmen in Bangalore’s innings scored single digits, while Praveen Kumar was the only batsman to score double digits. He made 16 not out. In today’s game against Rising Pune Supergiants, V Kohli was the only batsman to reach double figures. He scored 55, while all the other ten batsmen scored single digits. Bangalore totalled 96 for 9

Occasion when all batsman scored single digits
No Team Score Num Inns Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Bangalore 49 11 2 v Kolkata Kolkata 23 Apr 2017
Occasions when one batsman scored double digits
No Team Score Num Inns Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Bangalore 82 10 2 v Kolkata Bengaluru 18 Apr 2008
2 Bangalore 96/9 10 2 v Ris Pune Pune-MCA 29 Apr 2017

Bowlers who have performed the hat trick on two or more occasions in the history of Twenty20 games

A Mishra {03}, AJ Tye {02}, Al-Amin Hossain {02}, TG Southee {02} and Yuvraj Singh {02} are the five bowlers who have performed the hat trick on  two or more occasions in the history of Twenty20 games. The following table lists the five bowlers with the details of their performance. A Mishra owns the record for most hat tricks – three occasions – in the history of Twenty20 games

No Player Match Venue
1 A Mishra Delhi Daredevils v Deccan Chargers(2007-08) Delhi
2 A Mishra Kings Eleven Punjab v Deccan Chargers(2010/11) Dharamsala
3 A Mishra Sunrisers Hyderabad v Pune Warriors(2013) Pune
       
1 AJ Tye Brisbane Heat v Perth Scorchers (2017) Brisbane
2 AJ Tye Gujarat Lions v Rising Pune Supergiant (2017) Rajkot
       
1 Al-Amin Hossain UCB-BCB Eleven v Abahani Limited(2013/14) Sylhet
2 Al-Amin Hossain Barisal Bulls v Sylhet Super Stars(2015/16) Mirpur
       
1 TG Southee New Zealand v Pakistan(2010/11) Auckland
2 TG Southee Essex v Glamorgan(2011) Chelmsford
       
1 Yuvraj Singh Kings Eleven Punjab v Bangalore(2009) Durban
2 Yuvraj Singh Kings Eleven Punjab v Hyderabad(2009) Johannesburg

Bowlers performing the hat trick in Indian domestic Twenty20 Tournaments which includes Indian Premier League

The following are the seventeen occasions of a bowler performing the hat trick in Indian domestic Twenty20 Tournament  which includes Indian Premier League

 

No Player Match Venue
1 L Balaji Chennai Super Kings v Kings Eleven Punjab(2007-08) Chennai
2 A Mishra Delhi Daredevils v Deccan chargers (2007-08) Delhi
3 Yuvraj Singh Kings Eleven Punjab v Royal Challengers Bangalore(2009) Durban
4 RG Sharma Hyderabad v Mumbai(2009) Centurion
5 Yuvraj Singh Kings Eleven v Deccan Chargers (2009) Johannesburg
6 S Narwal Delhi v Haryana(2009) Delhi
7 MS Gony Punjab v Services(2009/10) Delhi
8 Praveen Kumar Royal Challengers Bangalore v Rajasthan Royals(2009/10) Bangalore
9 A Mishra Kings Eleven Punjab v Deccan Chargers(2010/11) Dharamsala
10 A Chandila Rajasthan Royals v Pune Warriors(2012) Jaipur
11 A Mishra Sunrisers Hyderabad v Pune Warriors(2013) Pune
12 PV Tambe Rajasthan Royals v Kolkata Knight Riders(2014) Ahmedabad
13 P Awana Kings Eleven Punjab v Chennai Super Kings (2014/15) Hyderabad
14 PP Chawla Maharashtra v Uttar Pradesh(2015/16) Cuttack
15 IC Pandey Andhra v Madhya Pradesh(2015/16) Vadodara
16 CV Stephen Andhra v Assam(2015/16) Vadodara
17 AR Patel Gujarat Lions v Kings Eleven Punjab (2016) Rajkot

Hattricks in Twenty20 games

The following table lists the 81 hat tricks in the history of Twenty20 games.

No Player Match Venue
1 AD Mascarenhas Hampshire v Sussex (2004) Hove
2 DG Cork Lancashire v Nottinghamshire (2004) Old Trafford
3 Zeeshan Khan Multan Tigers v Karachi Zebras(2004-05) Lahore
4 Sohail Ahmed Lahore Eagles v Multan Tigers(2004-05) Lahore
5 JE Anyon Warwickshire v Somerset(2005) Birmingham
6 RD Abeydeera Sinhalese Sports Club v Badureliya(2005-06) Colombo
7 Mohammad Aslam Peshawar Panthers v Multan Tigers(2006-07) Karachi
8 NJ Rimmington Queensland v Tasmania(2006-07) Toowoomba
9 CW Vidanapathirana SSC v NCC(2006-07) Colombo (CCC)
10 JN Snape Leicestershire v Yorkshire(2007) Grace Road
11 R McLaren Kent v Gloucestershire(2007) Edgbaston
12 B Lee Australia v Bangladesh(2007-08) Cape Town
13 LJ Cush Guyana v Jamaica(2007-08) Antigua
14 NE Mbhalati Eagles v Titans(2007-08) Kimberley
25 CK Langeveldt Titans v Cape Cobras(2007-08) Centurion
16 L Balaji Chennai v Punjab(2007-08) Chennai
17 A Mishra Delhi v Deccan(2007-08) Delhi
18 M Ntini Chennai v Kolkata(2007-08) Kolkata
19 ND Doshi Derbyshire v Durham(2007-08) Chester-le-Street
20 J Allenby Lancashire v Leicestershire(2008) Old Trafford
21 DP Nannes Middlesex v Essex(2008) Chelmsford
22 Yuvraj Singh Punjab v Bangalore(2009) Durban
23 RG Sharma Hyderabad v Mumbai(2009) Centurion
24 Yuvraj Singh Punjab v Hyderabad(2009) Johannesburg
25 ID Fisher Worcestershire v Gloucestershire(20090 Worcester
26 JDP Oram New Zealand v Sri Lanka(2009) Colombo (RPS)
27 S Narwal Delhi v Haryana(2009) Delhi
28 MS Gony Punjab v Services(2009/10) Delhi
29 B Geeves Tasmania v Queensland(2009/10) Brisbane
30 Naved-ul-Hasan Tasmania v South Australia(2009/10) Adelaide
31 Jannisar Khan Quetta Bears v Peshawar Panthers(2009/10) Karachi
32 Praveen Kumar Bangalore v Jaipur(2009/10) Bangalore
33 Imran Tahir Warwickshire v Durham(2010) Chester-le-Street
34 KHD Barker Warwickshire v Yorkshire(2010) Edgbaston
35 LJ Cush Guyana v Combined Campuses and Colleges(2010) Barbados
36 I Udana Wayamba v Central Districts(2010/11) Port Elizabeth
37 TG Southee New Zealand v Pakistan(2010/11) Auckland
38 A Mishra Kings XI Punjab v Deccan Chargers(2010/11) Dharamsala
39 Wahab Riaz Kent v Gloucestershire(2011) Beckenham
40 Zulfiqar Babar Multan Tigers v Karachi Dolphins(2011) Faisalabad
41 TG Southee Essex v Glamorgan(2011) Chelmsford
42 PD Collingwood Durham v Northamptonshire(2011) Chester-le-Street
43 S Ganga Trinidad & Tobago v Afghanistan(2011) King City (NW)
44 Mohammad Rameez Multan Tigers v Rawalpindi Rams(2011/12) Karachi
45 AJA Gray Western Province v KwaZulu-Natal(2011/12) Cape Town
46 SW Liebisch Easterns v North West(2011/12) Benoni
47 K Santokie Jamaica v Netherlands (2011/12) Barbados
48 LL Tsotsobe South Africans v Canterbury(2011/12) Christchurch
49 Mohammad Sami Duronto Rajshahi v Dhaka Gladiators(2011/12) Mirpur
50 SP Gauchan Nepal v Denmark(2011/12) Dubai (GCA)
51 A Chandila Rajasthan Royals v Pune Warriors(2012) Jaipur
52 XJ Doherty Sydney Thunder v Hobart Hurricanes(2012/13) Hobart
53 RA Reifer Combined Campuses and Colleges v Guyana(2012/13) Trinidad
54 DYA Davis Combined Campuses and Colleges v Barbados(2012/13) Trinidad
55 SCJ Broad England XI v New Zealand XI(2012/13) Whangarei
56 SP Narine Kolkata Knight Riders v Kings XI Punjab(2013) Mohali
57 A Mishra Sunrisers Hyderabad v Pune Warriors(2013) Pune
58 SW Tait Essex v Nottinghamshire(2013) Nottingham
59 DJ Willey Northamptonshire v Surrey(2013) Birmingham
60 *AD Russell West Indies A v India A(2013-14) Bangalore
61 *Al-Amin Hossain UCB-BCB Eleven v Abahani Limited(2013-14) Sylhet
62 PV Tambe Rajasthan Royals v Kolkata Knight Riders(2014) Ahmedabad
63 SR Watson Rajasthan Royals v Sunrisers Hyderabad(2014) Ahmedabad
64 JS Patel Warwickshire v Yorkshire(2014) Leeds
65 P Awana Kings XI Punjab v Chennai Super Kings(2014/15) Hyderabad
66 TMJ Smith Gloucestershire v Essex(2015) Bristol
67 JF Mooney Ireland v Jersey(2015) Malahide
68 Imran Khan Peshawar Region v Karachi Region Blues(2015/16) Rawalpindi
69 Al-Amin Hossain Barisal Bulls v Sylhet Super Stars(2015/16) Mirpur
70 PP Chawla Maharashtra v Uttar Pradesh(2015/16) Cuttack
71 IC Pandey Andhra v Madhya Pradesh(2015/16) Vadodara
72 PADLR Sandakan Sri Lanka Ports Authority CC v Colombo CC(2015/16) Colombo
73 CV Stephen Andhra v Assam(2015/16) Vadodara
74 Mohammad Amir Karachi Kings v Lahore Qalandars(2015/16) Dubai
75 NLTC Perera Sri Lanka v India(2015/16) Ranchi
76 AR Patel Gujarat Lions v Kings XI Punjab (2016) Rajkot
77 P Coughlin Durham v Northamptonshire (2016) Northampton
78 SL Malinga Sri Lanka v Bangladesh (2016/17) Colombo (RPS)
79 AJ Tye Brisbane Heat v Perth Scorchers (2017) Brisbane
80 S Badree Royal Challengers Bangalore v Mumbai Indians (2017) Bengaluru
81 AJ Tye Gujarat Lions v Rising Pune Supergiant (2017) Rajkot
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