Approaching milestones ahead of the third one day game between West Indies and India at North Sound on 30 Jun 2017

West Indies has played eleven one day games at North Sound of which two are against India. It has lost one game and won one game against India. Of the eleven matches played, West Indies has won only two games and lost the other nine games.

 

MS Dhoni would become the most capped wicket keeper in West Indies-India one day series. He would be playing his 31st game and would be going past PJ Dujon who has played 30 games.

 

Yuvraj Singh has an aggregate of 939 runs against West Indies prior to the start of this game. He needs 61 more runs for his 1000. If he gets it, he would become the fifth Indian batsman to score 1000 plus runs against West Indies. Others are – SR Tendulkar {1573}, R Dravid {1348} and V Kohli {1262}

 

West Indies have picked KA Hope for the remaining three one day games against India. If they cap KA Hope, he would then become the 48th pair of brothers to represent a team in the history of one day internationals. His brother SD Hope has already represented West Indies in ODIs. The following table lists all the 47 pairs of brothers including half brothers

 

SD Hope-KA Hope would become the fourth pair to represent West Indies in one day internationals. The following table lists the other three pairs of brothers who have represented West Indies in one day internationals

 

No Two brothers from West Indies
1 DJ Bravo and DM Bravo (WI) (Half Brothers)
2 PT Collins and FH Edwards (WI) (Half Brothers)
3 MN and RG Samuels (WI)

 

MS Dhoni has an aggregate of 96 stumping dismissals to his credit prior to the start of this game. He needs three more such dismissals to equal KC Sangakkara’s dismissal of 99 dismissals and four more dismissals for his 100 dismissals. If he gets to 100 dimsissals, he would become the first wicket keeper in the history of one day internationals to effect 100 stumping dismissals.

 

V Kohli has scored nine half centuries against West Indies prior to the start of this game. He needs one more half century for his tenth half century. If he gets it, he would become the third Indian batsman to score ten or more half centuries. Others are – SR Tendulkar {11} and SC Ganguly {11}

 

SR Tendulkar and V Kohli own the record for scoring most centuries while batting second in the history of one day internationals. Both the batsmen have scored 17 centuries. V Kohli requires one more century to own the record of scoring most centuries while batting second. This record holds good for  Indian batsmen also

 

V Kohli has scored 43 fifties while batting second. He needs one more to share the third place {with SC Ganguly who has scored 44 fifties while batting second} amongst the batsmen who have scored most half centuries in one day games. SR Tendulkar {69} and JH Kallis {50} occupy the first two places.

 

V Kohli has scored 431 runs against West Indies in West Indies. He needs to 69 runs for his 500 runs with which he would become the first Indian batsman to total 500 plus runs against West Indies in West Indies

 

S Dhawan, V Kohli and RG Sharma own the record for most fifties by an Indian batsman against West Indies in West Indies. All the three batsmen have scored four fifties. V Kohli would own the record for most fifties by an Indian batsman for most fifties against West Indies in West Indies if he scores one more fifty.

 

MS Dhoni has an aggregate of 9364 runs as a wicket keeper batsman in one day games. He needs 47 more runs to overhaul the run aggregate of 9410 of AC Gilchrist. If MS Dhoni gets these runs he would occupy the second place in the list of wicket keeper batsmen who have scored most runs in one day games. KC Sangakkara occupies the first place with 13341 runs to his credit.

 

 

 

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 0
1 KC Sangakkara 360 340 35 13341 169 43.74 23 91 14
2 AC Gilchrist 282 274 10 09410 172 35.64 16 53 19
3 MS Dhoni 293 253 69 09364 183* 50.89 10 62 08

 

V Kohli has scored 27 centuries in one day games and stands fourth in the list of batsmen who have scored most centuries in the history of one day internationals. Other three are – SR Tendulkar {49}, RT Ponting {30}, ST Jayasuriya {28}. V Kohli require one more century to share the third place with ST Jayasuriya.

Smrithi Mandana scores the 50th century in the Women’s World Cup

Smrithi Mandana of India scored 106 not out against West Indies at Taunton on 29 Jun 17 to provide the 50th occasion of a batswoman scoring a century in the Women’s World Cup. There were two more centurions in the other Women’s World Cups which swelled the number of centuries in the World Cup to 52. All the 52 centuries are tabulated below

 

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 DL Thomas 134 1 Eng  Int XI Hove 23 Jun 1973
2 E Bakewell 101* 1 Eng  Int XI Hove 23 Jun 1973
3 R Heyhoe-Flint 114 1 Eng  Y. Eng Ilford 18 Jul 1973
4 E Bakewell 118 1 Eng  Aus Birmingham 28 Jul 1973
5 BL Bevege 101 1 NZl  Int XI Auckland 12 Jan 1982
6 JA Brittin 138* 1 Eng  Int XI Hamilton 14 Jan 1982
7 LA Reeler 143* 1 Aus  Net Perth 29 Nov 1988
8 R Buckstein 100 1 Aus  Net Perth 29 Nov 1988
9 NJ Turner 114 1 NZl  Net Sydney 04 Dec 1988
10 LA Reeler 108* 1 Aus  NZl Melbourne 10 Dec 1988
11 R Buckstein 105* 1 Aus  Neth Melbourne 14 Dec 1988
12 JA Brittin 104 1 Eng  Den Banstead 20 Jul 1993
13 CA Hodges 113 1 Eng  Ire Reading 24 Jul 1993
14 HC Plimmer 118 1 Eng  Ire Reading 24 Jul 1993
15 JA Brittin 100 1 Eng  Ind Finchampstead 25 Jul 1993
16 CA Hodges 105* 1 Eng  Aus Guildford 26 Jul 1993
17 JA Brittin 138 1 Eng  Pak Vijayawada 12 Dec 1997
18 BA Daniels 142* 1 Eng  Pak Vijayawada 12 Dec 1997
19 DA Hockley 100* 1 NZl  Srl Chandigarh 13 Dec 1997
20 DA Hockley 100 1 NZl  Win Chandigarh 15 Dec 1997
21 BJ Clark 229* 1 Aus  Den Mumbai 16 Dec 1997
22 CM Edwards 173* 1 Eng  Ire Pune 16 Dec 1997
23 CM Edwards 139* 1 Eng  Net Lincoln 30 Nov 2000
24 KL Rolton 154* 1 Aus  Srl Christchurch 01 Dec 2000
25 EC Drumm 108* 1 NZl  RSA Lincoln 11 Dec 2000
26 SC Taylor 137* 1 Eng  Srl Lincoln 12 Dec 2000
27 KL Rolton 107* 2 Aus  RSA Lincoln 13 Dec 2000
28 L Olivier 101* 2 RSA  Ire Christchurch 16 Dec 2000
29 SC Taylor 136 1 Eng  Srl Pretoria 24 Mar 2005
30 LM Keightley 103 1 Aus  RSA Pretoria 28 Mar 2005
31 KL Rolton 107* 1 Aus  Ind Centurion 10 Apr 2005
32 SC Taylor 101 1 Eng  Srl Canberra 07 Mar 2009
33 HM Tiffen 100 1 NZl  Pak Sydney 19 Mar 2009
34 SW Bates 168 1 NZl  Pak Sydney 19 Mar 2009
35 MDT Kamini 100 1 Ind  Win Mumbai (BS) 31 Jan 2013
36 SFM Devine 145 1 NZl  RSA Cuttack 01 Feb 2013
37 CM Edwards 109 1 Eng  Ind Mumbai (BS) 03 Feb 2013
38 H Kaur 107* 2 Ind  Eng Mumbai (BS) 03 Feb 2013
39 SR Taylor 171 1 Win  Srl Mumbai 03 Feb 2013
40 SW Bates 102 1 NZl  Aus Cuttack 05 Feb 2013
41 MM Lanning 112 2 Aus  NZ Cuttack 05 Feb 2013
42 M Kapp 102* 1 RSA  Pak Cuttack 05 Feb 2013
43 M Raj 103* 2 Ind  Pak Cuttack 07 Feb 2013
44 AE Satterthwaite 103 2 NZl  ENG Mumbai (BS) 13 Feb 2013
45 CM Edwards 106* 2 Eng  NZ Mumbai (BS) 15 Feb 2013
46 SW Bates 106* 2 NZl  Srl Bristol 24 Jun 2017
47 NE Bolton 107* 2 Aus  Win Taunton 26 Jun 2017
48 HC Knight 106 1 Eng  Pak Leicester 27 Jun 2017
49 NR Sciver 137 1 Eng  Pak Leicester 27 Jun 2017
50 S Mandhana 106* 2 Ind  Win Taunton 29 Jun 2017
51 AC Jayangani 178* 1 Srl  Aus Bristol 29 Jun 2017
52 MM Lanning 152* 2 Aus  Srl Bristol 29 Jun 2017

 

Mithali Raj misses two records by a whisker

Mithali Raj scored 46 in the World Women’s Cup game against West Indies at Taunton on 29 Jun 17 to take his one day aggregate to 5898. She was shy of two runs for his 5900 runs. Had she scored these two runs, she would have become the second batsman to score 5900 runs in the history of Women’s one day internationals. CM Edwards of England is the other batswoman to score 5900 runs – to be exact 5992 runs

Player Team Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0
CM Edwards Eng 1997-2016 191 180 23 5992 173* 38.16 9 46 16
M Raj Ind 1999-2017 179 160 47 5898 114* 52.19 5 47 04

Four runs stood between Mithali Raj and the world record for most fifties by a captain in the Women’s one day internationals. Had she scored a fifty in this game, Mithali Raj would have owned the record for most fifties by a captain in the Women’s one day internationals.  She at present shares this record with CM Edwards of England. Both have scored 33 fifties while leading their teams

Player Team Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50
CM Edwards Eng 2005-2016 117 107 16 3523 138 38.71 5 28 33
M Raj Ind 2004-2017 102 88 30 3412 108* 58.82 3 30 33

Pairs of Brothers who have represented a team in the annals of one day internationals

West Indies have picked KA Hope for the remaining three one day games against India. If they cap KA Hope, he would then become the 48th pair of brothers to represent a team in the history of one day internationals. His brother SD Hope has already represented West Indies in ODIs. The following table lists all the 47 pairs of brothers including  half brothers

 

No Four Brothers
1 A, D, N and S Ranatunga (SL)
2 LN Onyango, N Odhiambo, JO Ngoche and SO Ngoche (Kenya)
   
  Three Brothers
3 GS, IM and TM Chappell (Aus)
4 KO Otieno, DO Obuya and CO Obuya (Kenya)
5 BG, DR and RJ Hadlee (NZ)
6 Adnan, Kamran and Umar Akmal (Pak)
7 Manzoor, Zahoor and Saleem Elahi (Pak)
8 MD, S and SRD Wettimuny (SL)
9 H, SW and WP Masakadza  (Zim)
   
  Two Brothers
10 DJ and MEK Hussey (Aus)
11 B and S Lee (Aus)
12 ME and SR Waugh (Aus) (twins)
13 SE and MR Marsh (Aus)
   
14 Nafees and Tamim Iqbal (Bdesh)
   
15 AJ and BC Hollioake (Eng)
16 EC Joyce (England and Ireland) and DI Joyce (Ireland)
17 CL and RA Smith (Eng)
   
18 M and S Amarnath (Ind)
19 IK and YK Pathan (Ind) (Half Brothers)
   
20 JF and PJK Mooney (Ireland)
21 KJ and NJ O’Brien (Ireland)
   
22 AO and MA Suji (Kenya)
23 LO and SO Tikolo (Kenya)
   
24 LJ and SF Burger (Namibia)
25 BL and DB Kotze (Namibia)
   
26 GMC and HJC Mol (Netherlands)
   
27 BP and JG Bracewell (NZ)
28 JJ and MD Crowe (NZ)
29 MJ and PA Horne (NZ)
30 GP and HJ Howarth (NZ)
31 JAH and HJH Marshall (NZ) (identical twins)
32 BB and NL McCullum (NZ)
33 JM and NM Parker (NZ)
   
34 Humayun Farhat and Imran Farhat (Pak)
35 Moin Khan and Nadeem Khan (Pak)
36 Mushtaq and Sadiq Mohammad (Pak)
37 Rameez Raja and Wasim Raja (Pak)
38 Mansoor Rana and Maqsood Rana (Pak)
   
39 G and PN Kirsten (RSA) (Half Brothers)
40 JA and M Morkel (RSA)
   
41 DP and TT Samaraweera (SL)
   
42 DJ Bravo and DM Bravo (WI) (Half Brothers)
43 PT Collins and FH Edwards (WI) (Half Brothers)
44 MN and RG Samuels (WI)
   
45 A and GW Flower (Zim)
46 GJ and JA Rennie (Zim)
47 BC and PA Strang (Zim)

 

SD Hope-KA Hope would become the fourth pair to represent West Indies in one day internationals. The following table lists the other three pairs of brothers who have represented West Indies in one day internationals

 

No Two brothers from West Indies
1 DJ Bravo and DM Bravo (WI) (Half Brothers)
2 PT Collins and FH Edwards (WI) (Half Brothers)
3 MN and RG Samuels (WI)

 

DJ Malan of England joins the elite list of batsmen who have scored 50 plus runs on a T20I debut.

DJ Malan became the first England batsman to score a fifty on T20I debut

DJ Malan of England scored 78 against South Africa at Cardiff on 25 Jun 17 to provide the 15th occasion of a batsman scoring 50 plus runs on debut in the history of T20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

 

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 RT Ponting 98* 1 Aus NZl Auckland 17 Feb 2005
2 SB Styris 66 2 NZl Aus Auckland 17 Feb 2005
3 GC Smith 61 1 RSA NZl Johannesburg 21 Oct 2005
4 DS Smith 61 1 Win Eng The Oval 28 Jun 2007
5 MN Samuels 51 1 Win Eng The Oval 28 Jun 2007
6 Junaid Siddique 71 1 Ban Pak Cape Town 20 Sep 2007
7 RN ten Doeschate 56 1 Net Ken Belfast 02 Aug 2008
8 DA Warner 89 1 Aus RSA Melbourne 11 Jan 2009
9 AJ Redmond 63 1 NZl Ire Nottingham 11 Jun 2009
10 H Patel 88* 1 Can Ire Colombo (SSC) 03 Feb 2010
11 AM Rahane 61 1 Ind Eng Manchester 31 Aug 2011
12 AP Devcich 59 1 NZl Ban Dhaka 06 Nov 2013
13 RR Rossouw 78 2 RSA Aus Adelaide 05 Nov 2014
14 GH Worker 62 1 NZl Zim Harare 09 Aug 2015
15 DJ Malan 78 1 Eng RSA Cardiff 25 Jun 2017

 

DJ Malan of England scored 78 against South Africa at Cardiff on 25 Jun 17 to provide the fifth occasion of a batsman scoring 75 plus runs on debut in the history of T20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

 

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 RT Ponting 98* 1 Aus NZl Auckland 17 Feb 2005
2 DA Warner 89 1 Aus RSA Melbourne 11 Jan 2009
3 H Patel 88* 1 Can Ire Colombo (SSC) 03 Feb 2010
4 RR Rossouw 78 2 RSA Aus Adelaide 05 Nov 2014
5 DJ Malan 78 1 Eng RSA Cardiff 25 Jun 2017

 

DJ Malan became  the second batsman to score fifty plus runs on debut against South Africa in a T20I after DA Warner of Australia. DA Warner had scored 89 against South Africa at Melbourne on 11 Jan 09

 

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 DA Warner 89 1 Aus RSA Melbourne 11 Jan 2009
2 DJ Malan 78 1 Eng RSA Cardiff 25 Jun 2017

 

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