IPL Auction 2018 – List of Sold and Unsold Cricketers

The full list of players sold and unsold at the 2018 IPL player auction in Bengaluru on 27th and  28th of January 2018

UNSOLD PLAYERS
No Cricketer Base Price
1 B Indrajith 20 lakhs             
2 Umar Nazir Mir 20 lakhs             
3 Ashok Dinda 50 lakhs             
4 Najibullah Zadran 50 lakhs             
5 Gulbadin Naib 50 lakhs             
6 Akash Bhandari 20 lakhs             
7 Sadiq Kirmani 20 lakhs             
8 Harvik Desai 20 lakhs              
9 Eklavya Dwivedi 40 lakhs             
10 R Samarth 20 lakhs             
11 Yuvraj Chudasama 20 lakhs             
12 Utkarsh Singh 20 lakhs             
13 Shubham Ranjane 20 lakhs             
14 Antony Das 20 lakhs             
15 Sagar Trivedi 20 lakhs             
16 Salman Nizar 20 lakhs             
17 Akhil Herwadkar 20 lakhs             
18 Fabid Ahmed 20 lakhs             
19 Jack Wildermuth 20 lakhs             
20 Michael Neser 40 lakhs             
21 Rajat Bhatia 40 lakhs             
22 Ben Wheeler 50 lakhs             
23 Aaron Summers 20 lakhs             
24 Tom Helm 40 lakhs             
25 Pratyush Singh 20 lakhs             
26 Kyle Abbott 1.5 crore             
27 David Wiese 50 lakhs              
28 Himmat Singh 20 lakhs             
29 Riyan Parag 20 lakhs             
30 Chirag Gandhi 20 lakhs             
31 Kesrick Williams 50 lakhs             
32 Dane Paterson 50 lakhs             
33 Andile Phehlukwayo 50 lakhs             
34 Athisayaraj V 20 lakhs             
35 Amit Mishra 20 lakhs             
36 Lalit Yadav 20 lakhs             
37 Vivek Singh 20 lakhs             
38 Jhye Richardson 50 lakhs             
39 Joel Paris 50 lakhs             
40 Morne Morkel 75 lakhs             
41 Abhimanyu Mithun 50 lakhs             
42 Matt Henry 50 lakhs             
43 Marchant de Lange 75 lakhs             
44 Sheldon Cottrell 50 lakhs             
45 JJ Smuts 50 lakhs             
46 Thisara Perera 50 lakhs             
47 Jason Holder 1.5 crore             
48 Andre Fletcher 50 lakhs             
49 Abhishek Sakuja 20 lakhs             
50 Vikas Tokas 20 lakhs             
51 Ishan Porel 20 lakhs             
52 Mahesh Rawat 20 lakhs              
53 Smit Patel 20 lakhs             
54 Shashank Singh 20 lakhs             
55 Atit Sheth 2 lakhs             
56 B Aparajith 20 lakhs             
57 Virat Singh 20 lakhs             
58 Amandeep Khare 20 lakhs             
59 Unmukt Chand 20 lakhs             
60 Harpreet Bhatia 20 lakhs             
61 Adam Milne 75 lakhs             
62 Tymal Mills 1 crore             
63 Lockie Ferguson 75 lakhs             
64 S Aravind 50 lakhs             
65 Varun Aaron 50 lakhs              
66 Luke Ronchi 75 lakhs             
67 Kusal Perera 50 lakhs             
68 Tom Latham 50 lakhs             
69 David Willey 2 crore             
70 Rovman Powell 50 lakhs             
71 John Hastings 50 lakhs             
72 Hilton Cartwright 50 lakhs             
73 Ashton Agar 50 lakhs             
74 Aiden Markram 50 lakhs             
75 Mihir Hirwani 20 lakhs             
76 CM Gautam 20 lakhs             
77 Kedar Devdhar 20 lakhs             
78 Nicholas Pooran 50 lakhs             
79 Niroshan Dickwella 50 lakhs             
80 Johnson Charles 75 lakhs             
81 Nathu Singh 20 lakhs             
82 Ishwar Pandey 20 lakhs             
83 Swapnil Singh 20 lakhs             
84 Praveen Dubey 20 lakhs             
85 Anmolpreet Singh 20 lakhs
86 Tabraiz Shamsi 50 lakhs             
87 Pragyan Ojha 50 lakhs             
88 Fawad Ahmed 50 lakhs             
89 Nathan Lyon 1.5 crore             
90 Dale Steyn 1 crore             
91 Rishi Dhawan 50 lakhs             
92 Moises Henriques 1.5 crore             
93 Corey Anderson 2 crore             
94 Colin Ingram 2 crore             
95 Travis Head 1.5 crore             
96 Lendl Simmons 1.5 crore             
97 Shaun Marsh 1.5 crore             
98 Eoin Morgan 2 crore             
99 Alex Hales 1 crore             
100 Shivil Kaushi 20 lakhs             
101 Iqbal Abdullah 30 lakhs             
102 J Suchith 20 lakhs             
103 Tejas Baroka 20 lakhs             
104 Sai Kishore 20 lakhs             
105 KC Cariappa 20 lakhs             
106 Joe Root 1.5 crore             
107 Hashim Amla 1.5 crore             
108 Martin Guptill 75 lakhs             
109 James Faulkner 2 crore             
110 Jonny Bairstow 1.5 crore             
111 Josh Hazlewood 2 crore             
112 Ishant Sharma 75 lakhs             
113 Mitchell McClenaghan 1 crore             
114 Lasith Malinga 1 crore             
115 Ish Sodhi 50 lakhs             
116 Samuel Badree 1 crore             
117 Adam Zampa 1 crore             
118 Himanshu Rana 20 lakhs             
119 Shivam Dubey 20 lakhs             
120 Jitesh Sharma 20 lakhs             
121 Nikhil Naik 20 lakhs             
122 Ben McDermott 30 lakhs             
123 Ankush Bains 20 lakhs             
124 Vishnu Vinod 20 lakhs             
125 Sheldon Jackson 20 lakhs             
126 Rajneesh Gurbani 20 lakhs             

 

 

CRICKETERS RETAINED ON RIGHT TO MATCH BASIS
No Cricketers Base Price Team Amount 
1 Shikhar Dhawan 2 crore Sunrisers 5.2 crore
2 Kieron Pollard 2 crore Mumbai 5.4 crore
3 Faf du Plessis 1.5 crore Chennai 1.6 crore
4 Ajinkya Rahane 2 crore Rajasthan 4 crore
5 Dwayne Bravo 2 crore Chennai 6.4 crore
6 David Miller 1.5 crore Punjab 3 crore
7 Marcus Stoinis 2 crore Punjab 6.2 crore
8 Robin Uthappa 2 crore Kolkata 6.4 crore
9 Mohammed Shami 1 crore Delhi 3 crore
10 Kagiso Rabada 1.5 crore Delhi 4.2 crore
11 Piyush Chawla 1 crore Kolkata 4.2 crore
12 Rashid Khan 2 crore Sunrisers 9 crore
13 Yuzvendra Chahal 2 crore Bangalore 6 crore
14 Kuldeep Yadav 1.5 crore Kolkata 5.8 crore
15 Deepak Hooda 40 lakhs Sunrisers 3.6 crore
16 Krunal Pandya 40 lakhs Mumbai 8.8 crore
17 Pawan Negi 50 lakhs Bangalore 1 crore
18 Dhawal Kulkarni 50 lakhs Rajasthan 75 lakhs
19 Mohit Sharma        1.5 crore Punjab 2.4 crore
CRICKETERS SOLD IN SECOND  ROUND
No Cricketers Base Price Team Amount 
1 M Vijay 2 crore Chennai 2 crore
2 Sam Billings 1 crore Chennai 1 crore
3 Naman Ojha 75 lakhs Delhi 1.4 crore
4 Parthiv Patel 1 crore Bangalore 1.7 crore
5 Mitchell Johnson 2 crore Kolkata 2 crore
6 Tim Southee 1 crore Bangalore 1 crore
7 Siddhesh Lad 20 lakhs Mumbai 20 lakhs
8 Prashant Chopra 20 lakhs Rajasthan 20 lakhs
9 Aditya Tare 20 lakhs Mumbai 20 lakhs
10 Bipul Sharma 20 lakhs Sunrisers 20 lakhs
11 Sayan Ghosh 20 lakhs Delhi 20 lakhs
12 Mayank Markande 20 lakhs Mumbai 20 lakhs
13 Ben Laughlin 50 lakhs Rajasthan 50 lakhs
14 Mayank Dagar 20 lakhs Punjab 20 lakhs
15 Anukul Roy 20 lakhs Mumbai 20 lakhs
16 Mark Wood 1.5 crore Chennai 1.5 crore
17 Mehdi Hasan 20 lakhs Sunrisers 20 lakhs
18 Kshitiz Sharma 20 lakhs Chennai 20 lakhs
19 Monu Kumar 20 lakhs Chennai 20 lakhs
20 Aryaman Birla 20 lakhs Rajasthan 30 lakhs
21 MD Nidheesh 20 lakhs Mumbai 20 lakhs
CRICKETERS SOLD IN THE THIRD ROUND
No Cricketers Base Price Team Amount 
1 Chris Gayle 2 crore Punjab 2 crore
2 D Chameera 50 lakhs Rajasthan 50 lakhs

 

CRICKETERS PURCHASED BY EACH TEAM
No Cricketers Base Price Team Amount 
1 Jagadeesan Narayan 20 lakhs Chennai 20 lakhs
2 Kanishk Seth 20 lakhs Chennai 20 lakhs
3 Dhruv Shorey 20 lakhs Chennai 20 lakhs
4 Kshitiz Sharma 20 lakhs Chennai 20 lakhs
5 Monu Kumar 20 lakhs Chennai 20 lakhs
6 Chaitanya Bishnoi 20 lakhs Chennai 20 lakhs
7 KM Asif 20 lakhs Chennai 40 lakhs
8 Mitchell Santner 50 lakhs Chennai 50 lakhs
9 Lungi Ngidi 50 lakhs Chennai 50 lakhs
10 Deepak Chahar 20 lakhs Chennai 80 lakhs
11 Imran Tahir 1 crore Chennai 1 crore
12 Sam Billings 1 crore Chennai 1 crore
13 Mark Wood 1.5 crore Chennai 1.5 crore
14 Faf du Plessis 1.5 crore Chennai 1.6 crore
15 Harbhajan Singh 2 crore Chennai 2 crore
16 M Vijay 2 crore Chennai 2 crore
17 Ambati Rayudu 50 lakhs Chennai 2.2 crore
18 Shardul Thakur 75 lakhs Chennai 2.6 crore
19 Shane Watson 1 crore Chennai 4 crore
20 Karn Sharma 2 crore Chennai 5 crore
21 Dwayne Bravo 2 crore Chennai 6.4 crore
22 Kedar Jadhav 2 crore Chennai 7.8 crore
         
1 Harshal Patel 20 lakhs Delhi 20 lakhs
2 Manjot Kalra 20 lakhs Delhi 20 lakhs
3 Sandeep Lamichhane 20 lakhs Delhi 20 lakhs
4 Sayan Ghosh 20 lakhs Delhi 20 lakhs
5 Jayant Yadav 50 lakhs Delhi 50 lakhs
6 Abhishek Sharma 20 lakhs Delhi 55 lakhs
7 Avesh Khan 20 lakhs Delhi 70 lakhs
8 Gurkeerat Singh 50 lakhs Delhi 75 lakhs
9 Prithvi Shaw 20 lakhs Delhi 1.2 crore
10 Naman Ojha 75 lakhs Delhi 1.4 crore
11 Jason Roy 1.5 crore Delhi 1.5 crore
12 Daniel Christian 1 crore Delhi 1.5 crore
13 Colin Munro 50 lakhs Delhi 1.9 crore
14 Trent Boult 1.5 crore Delhi 2.2 crore
15 Gautam Gambhir 2 crore Delhi 2.8 crore
16 Mohammed Shami 1 crore Delhi 3 crore
17 Rahul Tewatia 20 lakhs Delhi 3 crore
18 Vijay Shankar 40 lakhs Delhi 3.2 crore
19 Shahbaz Nadeem 40 lakhs Delhi 3.2 crore
20 Amit Mishra 1.5 crore Delhi 4 crore
21 Kagiso Rabada 1.5 crore Delhi 4.2 crore
22 Glenn Maxwell 2 crore Delhi 9 crore
         
1 Pardeep Sahu 20 lakhs Punjab 20 lakhs
2 Mayank Dagar 20 lakhs Punjab 20 lakhs
3 Manzoor Dar 20 lakhs Punjab 20 lakhs
4 Mayank Agarwal 20 lakhs Punjab 1 crore
5 Manoj Tiwary 50 lakhs Punjab 1 crore
6 Akshdeep Nath 20 lakhs Punjab 1 crore
7 Ben Dwarshuis 20 lakhs Punjab 1.4 crore
8 Yuvraj Singh 2 crore Punjab 2 crore
9 Chris Gayle 2 crore Punjab 2 crore
10 Barinder Sran 50 lakhs Punjab 2.2 crore
11 Mohit Sharm        1.5 crore Punjab 2.4 crore
12 David Miller 1.5 crore Punjab 3 crore
13 Ankit Rajpoot 30 lakhs Punjab 3 crore
14 Mujeeb Zadran 50 lakhs Punjab 4 crore
15 Karun Nair 50 lakhs Punjab 5.6 crore
16 Aaron Finch 1.5 crore Punjab 6.2 crore
17 Marcus Stoinis 2 crore Punjab 6.2 crore
18 Andrew Tye 1 crore Punjab 7.2 crore
19 R Ashwin 2 crore Punjab 7.6 crore
20 KL Rahul 2 crore Punjab 11 crore
         
1 Ishank Jaggi 20 lakhs Kolkata 20 lakhs
2 Apoorv Wankhade 20 lakhs Kolkata 20 lakhs
3 Cameron Delport 30 lakhs Kolkata 30 lakhs
4 Javon Searles 30 lakhs Kolkata 30 lakhs
5 Rinku Singh 20 lakhs Kolkata 80 lakhs
6 R Vinay Kumar 1 crore Kolkata 1 crore
7 Shubman Gill 20 lakhs Kolkata 1.8 crore
8 Mitchell Johnson 2 crore Kolkata 2 crore
9 Shivam Mavi 20 lakhs Kolkata 3 crore
10 Kamlesh Nagarkoti 20 lakhs Kolkata 3.2 crore
11 Nitish Rana 20 lakhs Kolkata 3.4 crore
12 Piyush Chawla 1 crore Kolkata 4.2 crore
13 Kuldeep Yadav 1.5 crore Kolkata 5.8 crore
14 Robin Uthappa 2 crore Kolkata 6.4 crore
15 Dinesh Karthik 2 crore Kolkata 7.4 crore
16 Mitchell Starc 2 crore Kolkata 9.4 crore
17 Chris Lynn 2 crore Kolkata 9.6 crore
         
1 Sharad Lumba 20 lakhs Mumbai 20 lakhs
2 Siddhesh Lad 20 lakhs Mumbai 20 lakhs
3 Aditya Tare 20 lakhs Mumbai 20 lakhs
4 Mayank Markande 20 lakhs Mumbai 20 lakhs
5 Anukul Roy 20 lakhs Mumbai 20 lakhs
6 Mohsin Khan 20 lakhs Mumbai 20 lakhs
7 MD Nidheesh 20 lakhs Mumbai 20 lakhs
8 Akila Dananjaya 50 lakhs Mumbai 50 lakhs
9 Tajinder Singh 20 lakhs Mumbai 55 lakhs
10 Saurabh Tiwary 50 lakhs Mumbai 80 lakhs
11 JP Dumin 1 crore Mumbai 1 crore
12 Pradeep Sangwan 30 lakhs Mumbai 1.5 crore
13 Jason Behrendorff 1 crore Mumbai 1.5 crore
14 Rahul Chahar 20 lakhs Mumbai 1.9 crore
15 Mustafizur Rahman 1 crore Mumbai 2.2 crore
16 Ben Cutting 1 crore Mumbai 2.2 crore
17 Suryakumar Yadav 30 lakhs Mumbai 3.2 crore
18 Evin Lewis 1.5 crore Mumbai 3.8 crore
19 Kieron Pollard 2 crore Mumbai 5.4 crore
20 Pat Cummins 2 crore Mumbai 5.4 crore
21 Ishan Kishan 40 lakhs Mumbai 6.2 crore
22 Krunal Pandya 40 lakhs Mumbai 8.8 crore
         
1 Ankit Sharma 20 lakhs Rajasthan 20 lakhs
2 Shreyas Gopal 20 lakhs Rajasthan 20 lakhs
3 Sudhesan Midhun 20 lakhs Rajasthan 20 lakhs
4 Prashant Chopra 20 lakhs Rajasthan 20 lakhs
5 Mahipal Lomror 20 lakhs Rajasthan 20 lakhs
6 Jatin Saxena 20 lakhs Rajasthan 20 lakhs
7 Anureet Singh 30 lakhs Rajasthan 30 lakhs
8 Aryaman Birla 20 lakhs Rajasthan 30 lakhs
9 Stuart Binny 50 lakhs Rajasthan 50 lakhs
10 Ben Laughlin 50 lakhs Rajasthan 50 lakhs
11 Dushmantha Chameera 50 lakhs Rajasthan 50 lakhs
12 Zahir Khan 20 lakhs Rajasthan 60 lakhs
13 Dhawal Kulkarni 50 lakhs Rajasthan 75 lakhs
14 Rahul Tripathi 20 lakhs Rajasthan 3.4 crore
15 Ajinkya Rahane 2 crore Rajasthan 4 crore
16 D’Arcy Short 20 lakhs Rajasthan 4 crore
17 Jos Buttler 1.5 crore Rajasthan 4.4 crore
18 K Gowtham 20 lakhs Rajasthan 6.2 crore
19 Jofra Archer 40 lakhs Rajasthan 7.2 crore
20 Sanju Samson 1 crore Rajasthan 8 crore
21 Jaydev Unadkat 1.5 crore Rajasthan 11.5 crore
22 Ben Stokes 2 crore Rajasthan 12.5 crore
         
1 Aniruddha Joshi 20 lakhs Bangalore 20 lakhs
2 Pavan Deshpande 20 lakhs Bangalore 20 lakhs
3 Aniket Choudhary 30 lakhs Bangalore 30 lakhs
4 Kulwant Khejroliya 20 lakhs Bangalore 85 lakhs
5 Pawan Negi 50 lakhs Bangalore 1 crore
6 Tim Southee 1 crore Bangalore 1 crore
7 Manan Vohra 20 lakhs Bangalore 1.1 crore
8 Mandeep Singh 50 lakhs Bangalore 1.4 crore
9 Moeen Ali 1.5 crore Bangalore 1.7 crore
10 Parthiv Patel 1 crore Bangalore 1.7 crore
11 Colin de Grandhomme 75 lakhs Bangalore 2.2 crore
12 M Ashwin 20 lakhs Bangalore 2.2 crore
13 Nathan Coulter-Nile 1.5 crore Bangalore 2.2 crore
14 Mohammed Siraj 1 crore Bangalore 2.6 crore
15 Quinton de Kock 2 crore Bangalore 2.8 crore
16 Navdeep Saini 20 lakhs Bangalore 3 crore
17 Washington Sundar 1.5 crore Bangalore 3.2 crore
18 Brendon McCullum 2 crore Bangalore 3.6 crore
19 Umesh Yadav 1 crore Bangalore 4.2 crore
20 Yuzvendra Chahal 2 crore Bangalore 6 crore
21 Chris Woakes 2 crore Bangalore 7.4 crore
         
1 Ricky Bhui 20 lakhs Sunrisers 20 lakhs
2 Sachin Baby 20 lakhs Sunrisers 20 lakhs
3 Tanmay Agarwal 20 lakhs Sunrisers 20 lakhs
4 Bipul Sharma 20 lakhs Sunrisers 20 lakhs
5 Mehdi Hasan 20 lakhs Sunrisers 20 lakhs
6 T Natarajan 40 lakhs Sunrisers 40 lakhs
7 Billy Stanlake 50 lakhs Sunrisers 50 lakhs
8 Basil Thampi 30 lakhs Sunrisers 95 lakhs
9 Mohammad Nabi 50 lakhs Sunrisers 1 crore
10 Chris Jordan 1 crore Sunrisers 1 crore
11 Shreevats Goswami 20 lakhs Sunrisers 1 crore
12 Yusuf Pathan 75 lakhs Sunrisers 1.9 crore
13 Shakib Al Hasan 1 crore Sunrisers 2 crore
14 Carlos Brathwaite 1 crore Sunrisers 2 crore
15 Kane Williamson 1.5 crore Sunrisers 3 crore
16 Khaleel Ahmed 20 lakhs Sunrisers 3 crore
17 Sandeep Sharma 50 lakhs Sunrisers 3 crore
18 Deepak Hooda 40 lakhs Sunrisers 3.6 crore
19 Siddarth Kaul 30 lakhs Sunrisers 3.8 crore
20 Wriddhiman Saha 1 crore Sunrisers 5 crore
21 Shikhar Dhawan 2 crore Sunrisers 5.2 crore
22 Rashid Khan 2 crore Sunrisers 9 crore
23 Manish Pandey 1 crore Sunrisers 11 crore

 

HIGHEST PAID CRICKETERS FOR EACH TEAM
No Cricketers Base Price Team Amount  Remarks
1 Kedar Jadhav 2 crore Chennai 7.8 crore  
2 Glenn Maxwell 2 crore Delhi 9 crore  
3 KL Rahul 2 crore Punjab 11 crore  
4 Chris Lynn 2 crore Kolkata 9.6 crore  
5 Krunal Pandya 40 lakhs Mumbai 8.8 crore RTM            
6 Ben Stokes 2 crore Rajasthan 12.5 crore  
7 Chris Woakes 2 crore Bangalore 7.4 crore  
8 Manish Pandey 1 crore Sunrisers 11 crore  

 

HIGHEST PAID CRICKETER
No Cricketers Base Price Team Amount  Remarks
1 Ben Stokes 2 crore Rajasthan 12.5 crore  

 

HIGHEST PAID INDIAN CRICKETER
No Cricketers Base Price Team Amount  Remarks
1 Jaydev Unadkat 1.5 crore Rajasthan 11.5 crore  

 

Wicket keeper batsmen dismissed first ball for a duck in the fourth innings of a test

Q de Kock of South Africa collected the first ball duck against India at Johannesburg in the fourth innings of the test to provide the 20th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman collecting the first ball duck in the fourth innings of a test. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 AFA Lilley 0 1 4 Eng Aus Melbourne 05 Mar 1904
2 WAS Oldfield 0 1 4 Aus Win Sydney 27 Feb 1931
3 LEG Ames 0 1 4 Eng Aus Adelaide 29 Jan 1937
4 JM Parks 0 1 4 Eng Win Lord’s 16 Jun 1966
5 WK Lees 0 1 4 NZl Eng Christchurch 24 Feb 1978
6 WK Lees 0 1 4 NZl Win Dunedin 08 Feb 1980
7 KS More 0 1 4 Ind Aus Chennai 18 Sep 1986
8 IA Healy 0 1 4 Aus Win Adelaide 23 Jan 1993
9 AC Gilchrist 0 1 4 Aus Ind Kolkata 11 Mar 2001
10 RD Jacobs 0 1 4 Win Pak Sharjah 31 Jan 2002
11 AJ Stewart 0 1 4 Eng Aus Brisbane 07 Nov 2002
12 RD Jacobs 0 1 4 Win Aus St John’s 09 May 2003
13 KC Sangakkara 0 1 4 Srl Win Colombo (SSC) 13 Jul 2005
14 AC Gilchrist 0 1 4 Aus SAF Johannesburg 31 Mar 2006
15 HAPW Jayawardene 0 1 4 Srl Aus Hobart 16 Nov 2007
16 Kamran Akmal 0 1 4 Pak Ind Bengaluru 08 Dec 2007
17 MS Dhoni 0 1 4 Ind Eng Nottingham 29 Jul 2011
18 BJ Watling 0 1 4 NZl Pak Abu Dhabi 09 Nov 2014
19 SO Dowrich 0 1 4 Win Pak Dubai (DSC) 13 Oct 2016
20 Q de Kock 0 1 4 SAF Ind Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018

AC Gilchirst, RD Jacoba and WK Lees are the three wicket keeper batsmen to collect the first ball duck in the fourth innings of a test on two occasions. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 AC Gilchrist 0 1 4 Aus Ind Kolkata 11 Mar 2001
2 AC Gilchrist 0 1 4 Aus SAF Johannesburg 31 Mar 2006
                 
1 RD Jacobs 0 1 4 Win Pak Sharjah 31 Jan 2002
2 RD Jacobs 0 1 4 Win Aus St John’s 09 May 2003
                 
1 WK Lees 0 1 4 NZl Eng Christchurch 24 Feb 1978
2 WK Lees 0 1 4 NZl Win Dunedin 08 Feb 1980

 

Wicket keeper batsmen collecting the first ball duck in a test innings against India

Q de Kock of South Africa collected the first ball duck against India at Johannesburg in the fourth innings of the test to provide the 12th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman collecting the first  ball duck  in a test innings against India  All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 KJ Wright 0 1 1 Aus Ind Kolkata 26 Oct 1979
2 IDS Smith 0 1 3 NZl Ind Hyd-LBS 02 Dec 1988
3 AJ Stewart 0 1 2 Eng Ind Kolkata 29 Jan 1993
4 RJ Blakey 0 1 3 Aus Ind Mumbai 19 Feb 1993
5 AC Gilchrist 0 1 1 Aus Ind Kolkata 11 Mar 2001
6 AC Gilchrist 0 1 4 Aus Ind Kolkata 11 Mar 2001
7 RD Jacobs 0 1 3 Win Ind Mumbai 09 Oct 2002
8 Kamran Akmal 0 1 4 Pak Ind Bengaluru 08 Dec 2007
9 HAPW Jayawardene 0 1 3 Srl Ind Colombo (PSS) 03 Aug 2010
10 MV Boucher 0 1 1 SAF Ind Cape Town 02 Jan 2011
11 Q de Kock 0 1 1 SAF Ind Centurion 13 Jan 2018
12 Q de Kock 0 1 4 SAF Ind Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018

AC Gilchrist and  Q de Kock are the two wicketkeepers to collect the first ball duck on two occasions against India. AC Gilchrist collected the first ball duck in both innings at Kolkata in Mar  2001

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 AC Gilchrist 0 1 1 Aus Ind Kolkata 11 Mar 2001
2 AC Gilchrist 0 1 4 Aus Ind Kolkata 11 Mar 2001
                 
1 Q de Kock 0 1 1 SAF Ind Centurion 13 Jan 2018
2 Q de Kock 0 1 4 SAF Ind Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018

South African wicket keeper batsmen collecting the first ball duck in a test innings

Q de Kock of South Africa collected the first ball duck against India at Johannesburg in the fourth innings of the test to provide the 129th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman suffering from such an ignominy. It also provides the 13th occasion of a South African batsman collecting the first  ball duck  in a test innings.   All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs BF Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 FW Smith 0 1 2 v England Cape Town 25 Mar 1889
2 TA Ward 0 1 2 v Australia Manchester 27 May 1912
3 TA Ward 0 1 3 v Australia Manchester 27 May 1912
4 WW Wade 0 1 2 v England Johannesburg 24 Dec 1938
5 JHB Waite 0 1 1 v Australia Melbourne 24 Dec 1952
6 JHB Waite 0 1 1 v New Zealand Johannesburg 24 Dec 1953
7 DJ Richardson 0 1 1 v Pakistan Johannesburg 19 Jan 1995
8 DJ Richardson 0 1 3 v Pakistan Johannesburg 19 Jan 1995
9 DJ Richardson 0 1 3 v Pakistan Faisalabad 24 Oct 1997
10 MV Boucher 0 1 3 v Pakistan Faisalabad 24 Oct 2003
11 MV Boucher 0 1 1 v India Cape Town 02 Jan 2011
12 Q de Kock 0 1 1 v India Centurion 13 Jan 2018
13 Q de Kock 0 1 4 v India Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018

It also provides the third occasion of a South African wicket keeper batsman collecting the first ball duck against India. All the three occasions are listed below

No Player Runs BF Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 MV Boucher 0 1 1 v India Cape Town 02 Jan 2011
2 Q de Kock 0 1 1 v India Centurion 13 Jan 2018
3 Q de Kock 0 1 4 v India Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018

TA Ward {02}, JHB Waite {02}, DJ Richardson {03}, MV Boucher {02}  and Q de Kock {02} are the five South African wicketkeepers to collect the first ball duck on two or more occasions. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs BF Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 TA Ward 0 1 2 v Australia Manchester 27 May 1912
2 TA Ward 0 1 3 v Australia Manchester 27 May 1912
               
1 JHB Waite 0 1 1 v Australia Melbourne 24 Dec 1952
2 JHB Waite 0 1 1 v New Zealand Johannesburg 24 Dec 1953
               
1 DJ Richardson 0 1 1 v Pakistan Johannesburg 19 Jan 1995
2 DJ Richardson 0 1 3 v Pakistan Johannesburg 19 Jan 1995
3 DJ Richardson 0 1 3 v Pakistan Faisalabad 24 Oct 1997
               
1 MV Boucher 0 1 3 v Pakistan Faisalabad 24 Oct 2003
2 MV Boucher 0 1 1 v India Cape Town 02 Jan 2011
               
1 Q de Kock 0 1 1 v India Centurion 13 Jan 2018
2 Q de Kock 0 1 4 v India Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018

TA Ward and DJ Richardson are the two South African wicket keepers to be dismissed first all in both innings of the test.

No Player Runs BF Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 TA Ward 0 1 2 v Australia Manchester 27 May 1912
2 TA Ward 0 1 3 v Australia Manchester 27 May 1912
               
1 DJ Richardson 0 1 1 v Pakistan Johannesburg 19 Jan 1995
2 DJ Richardson 0 1 3 v Pakistan Johannesburg 19 Jan 1995

 

Four or more batsmen scoring ducks in the fourth innings of a test

Four South African batsmen scored ducks in the fourth innings of the test against India at Johannesburg to provide the 42nd occasion of four or more batsmen scoring ducks in the fourth innings of the test in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date Z
1 South Africa 4 England Port Elizabeth 13.02.1896 4
2 South Africa 4 England Johannesburg 14.02.1899 4
3 South Africa 4 Australia Johannesburg 18.10.1902 4
4 Australia 4 England Melbourne 01.01.1904 4
5 Australia 4 England Brisbane 04.12.1936 4
6 England 4 West Indies Bridgetown 06.02.1954 5
7 Pakistan 4 West Indies Port of Spain 05.02.1958 4
8 Australia 4 India Kanpur 19.12.1959 4
9 Australia 4 England Sydney 09.01.1971 4
10 England 4 West Indies Leeds 22.07.1976 5
11 New Zealand 4 England Christchurch 24.02.1978 5
12 Australia 4 England Sydney 06.01.1979 4
13 Australia 4 Pakistan Melbourne 10.03.1979 5
14 West Indies 4 Pakistan Faisalabad 24.10.1986 4
15 England 4 West Indies Bridgetown 05.04.1990 4
16 Australia 4 West Indies Bridgetown 19.04.1991 4
17 South Africa 4 West Indies Bridgetown 18.04.1992 4
18 Zimbabwe 4 Pakistan Rawalpindi 09.12.1993 4
19 England 4 Australia Melbourne 24.12.1994 4
20 England 4 Australia Perth 03.02.1995 4
21 South Africa 4 India Ahmedabad 20.11.1996 6
22 Pakistan 4 South Africa Faisalabad 24.10.1997 4
23 New Zealand 4 Australia Brisbane 07.11.1997 5
24 Australia 4 England Melbourne 26.12.1998 4
25 India 4 Australia Adelaide 10.12.1999 4
26 New Zealand 4 Pakistan Auckland 08.03.2001 4
27 Australia 4 India Kolkata 11.03.2001 4
28 West Indies 4 Pakistan Sharjah 31.01.2002 4
29 England 4 Australia Lord’s 21.07.2005 4
30 ICC World XI 4 Australia Sydney 14.10.2005 5
31 England 4 Australia Perth 14.12.2006 4
32 India 4 Australia Sydney 02.01.2008 4
33 Sri Lanka 4 Australia Galle 31.08.2011 4
34 England 4 Sri Lanka Leeds 20.06.2014 4
35 Bangladesh 4 Zimbabwe Dhaka 25.10.2014 4
36 West Indies 4 Australia Kingston 11.06.2015 4
37 England 4 Bangladesh Dhaka 28.10.2016 4
38 Zimbabwe 4 Sri Lanka Harare 29.10.2016 4
39 Pakistan 4 New Zealand Hamilton 25.11.2016 4
40 Pakistan 4 West Indies Bridgetown 30.04.2017 4
41 South Africa 4 England The Oval 27.07.2017 4
42 South Africa 4 India Johannesburg 24.01.2018 4

Four South African batsmen scored ducks in the fourth innings of the test against India at Johannesburg to provide the seventh occasion of four or more South African batsmen scoring ducks in the fourth innings of the test in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date Z
1 South Africa 4 England Port Elizabeth 13.02.1896 4
2 South Africa 4 England Johannesburg 14.02.1899 4
3 South Africa 4 Australia Johannesburg 18.10.1902 4
4 South Africa 4 West Indies Bridgetown 18.04.1992 4
5 South Africa 4 India Ahmedabad 20.11.1996 6
6 South Africa 4 England The Oval 27.07.2017 4
7 South Africa 4 India Johannesburg 24.01.2018 4

Four South African batsmen scored ducks in the fourth innings of the test against India at Johannesburg to provide the fourth occasion of four or more batsmen scoring ducks in the fourth innings of the test against India in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date Z
1 Australia 4 India Kanpur 19.12.1959 4
2 South Africa 4 India Ahmedabad 20.11.1996 6
3 Australia 4 India Kolkata 11.03.2001 4
4 South Africa 4 India Johannesburg 24.01.2018 4

The following are the seven occasions of five or more batsmen scoring ducks in the fourth innings of a test. Six South African  batsmen scored  ducks in the fourth innings against India at Ahmedabad in.11.96 represents the record for most ducks in this category of statistics

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date Z
1 South Africa 4 India Ahmedabad 20.11.1996 6
2 England 4 West Indies Bridgetown 06.02.1954 5
3 England 4 West Indies Leeds 22.07.1976 5
4 New Zealand 4 England Christchurch 24.02.1978 5
5 Australia 4 Pakistan Melbourne 10.03.1979 5
6 New Zealand 4 Australia Brisbane 07.11.1997 5
7 ICC World XI 4 Australia Sydney 14.10.2005 5

Sydney {04}, Melbourne {04}. Bridgetown {04} and Johannesburg {03} are the four grounds which have witnessed four or more batsmen scoring ducks in the fourth innings of a test on three or more occasions. All such occasions are listed below

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date Z
1 Australia 4 England Sydney 09.01.1971 4
2 Australia 4 England Sydney 06.01.1979 4
3 ICC World XI 4 Australia Sydney 14.10.2005 5
4 India 4 Australia Sydney 02.01.2008 4
             
1 Australia 4 England Melbourne 01.01.1904 4
2 Australia 4 Pakistan Melbourne 10.03.1979 5
3 England 4 Australia Melbourne 24.12.1994 4
4 Australia 4 England Melbourne 26.12.1998 4
             
1 England 4 West Indies Bridgetown 05.04.1990 4
2 Australia 4 West Indies Bridgetown 19.04.1991 4
3 South Africa 4 West Indies Bridgetown 18.04.1992 4
4 Pakistan 4 West Indies Bridgetown 30.04.2017 4
             
1 South Africa 4 England Johannesburg 14.02.1899 4
2 South Africa 4 Australia Johannesburg 18.10.1902 4
3 South Africa 4 India Johannesburg 24.01.2018 4

South Africa {07}, England {09} and Australia {09} are the three teams to have witnessed four of their batsmen scoring ducks in the fourth innings of a test on seven or more occasions. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date Z
1 South Africa 4 England Port Elizabeth 13.02.1896 4
2 South Africa 4 England Johannesburg 14.02.1899 4
3 South Africa 4 Australia Johannesburg 18.10.1902 4
4 South Africa 4 West Indies Bridgetown 18.04.1992 4
5 South Africa 4 India Ahmedabad 20.11.1996 6
6 South Africa 4 England The Oval 27.07.2017 4
7 South Africa 4 India Johannesburg 24.01.2018 4
             
1 England 4 West Indies Bridgetown 06.02.1954 5
2 England 4 West Indies Leeds 22.07.1976 5
3 England 4 West Indies Bridgetown 05.04.1990 4
4 England 4 Australia Melbourne 24.12.1994 4
5 England 4 Australia Perth 03.02.1995 4
6 England 4 Australia Lord’s 21.07.2005 4
7 England 4 Australia Perth 14.12.2006 4
8 England 4 Sri Lanka Leeds 20.06.2014 4
9 England 4 Bangladesh Dhaka 28.10.2016 4
             
1 Australia 4 England Melbourne 01.01.1904 4
2 Australia 4 England Brisbane 04.12.1936 4
3 Australia 4 India Kanpur 19.12.1959 4
4 Australia 4 England Sydney 09.01.1971 4
5 Australia 4 England Sydney 06.01.1979 4
6 Australia 4 Pakistan Melbourne 10.03.1979 5
7 Australia 4 West Indies Bridgetown 19.04.1991 4
8 Australia 4 England Melbourne 26.12.1998 4
9 Australia 4 India Kolkata 11.03.2001 4

 

Twin half centuries by batsmen going in vain in a test against India

HM Amla scored twin half-centuries – 61 and 52 – against India in the just concluded Johannesburg test and South Africa lost the test by 63 runs. HM Amla’s effort provides the 21st occasion of a batsman’s twin half-centuries going in vain against India. All such occasions are tabulated below. HM Amla became the first South African batsman to witness his twin half-centuries going in vain against India.

No Player FI SI Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 JDB Robertson 77 56 Eng Ind Chennai 06 Feb 1952
2 Waqar Hasan 81 65 Pak Ind Mumbai (BS) 13 Nov 1952
3 ER Dexter 57 62 Eng Ind Kolkata 30 Dec 1961
4 MG Burgess 66 60 NZl Ind Wellington 29 Feb 1968
5 CA Davis 71* 74* Win Ind Port of Spain 06 Mar 1971
6 BE Congdon 54 54 NZl Ind Auckland 24 Jan 1976
7 ML Hayden 97 67 Aus Ind Kolkata 11 Mar 2001
8 ME Waugh 70 57 Aus Ind Chennai 18 Mar 2001
9 A Flower 51 83 Zim Ind Bulawayo 07 Jun 2001
10 T Taibu 71* 52 Zim Ind Bulawayo 13 Sep 2005
11 MS Atapattu 88 67 Srl Ind Delhi 10 Dec 2005
12 DPMD Jayawardene 60 67 Srl Ind Delhi 10 Dec 2005
13 TM Dilshan 65 65 Srl Ind Ahmedabad 18 Dec 2005
14 A Flintoff 70 51 Eng Ind Mohali 09 Mar 2006
15 NT Paranavitana 53 54 Srl Ind Mumbai (BS) 02 Dec 2009
16 RT Ponting 77 72 Aus Ind Bengaluru 09 Oct 2010
17 MC Henriques 68 81* Aus Ind Chennai 22 Feb 2013
18 PM Siddle 51 50 Aus Ind Delhi 22 Mar 2013
19 MDKJ Perera 55 70 Srl Ind Colombo (SSC) 28 Aug 2015
20 LD Chandimal 57 61 Srl Ind Nagpur 24 Nov 2017
21 HM Amla 61 52 SAF Ind Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018

 

South African batsmen’s twin half centuries in a test in losing cause

HM Amla scored twin half centuries – 61 and 52 – against India in the just concluded Johannesburg test and South Africa lost the test by 63 runs. HM Amla’s effort provides the 19th occasion of South African batsman’s twin half centuries going in vain. All such occasions are tabulated below. HM Amla became the first South African batsman to witness his twin half centuries going in vain against India.

No Player FI SI Opposition Ground Start Date
1 GA Faulkner 52 92 v Australia Sydney 03 Mar 1911
2 MJ Susskind 64 53 v England Lord’s 28 Jun 1924
3 HW Taylor 59* 56 v England Leeds 12 Jul 1924
4 HW Taylor 68 71 v England Cape Town 31 Dec 1927
5 B Mitchell 75 95 v Australia Adelaide 29 Jan 1932
6 HW Taylor 78 84 v Australia Adelaide 29 Jan 1932
7 AD Nourse 61 58 v England Lord’s 21 Jun 1947
8 AD Nourse 51 57 v England Leeds 26 Jul 1947
9 B Mitchell 99 56 v England Port Elizabeth 05 Mar 1949
10 DJ McGlew 68 51 v England Nottingham 09 Jun 1955
11 KJ Funston 70 64* v Australia Johannesburg 07 Feb 1958
12 JHB Waite 58 56* v England Birmingham 09 Jun 1960
13 KC Wessels 59 74 v West Indies Bridgetown 18 Apr 1992
14 HH Gibbs 80 61 v New Zealand Auckland 18 Mar 2004
15 AB de Villiers 59 60 v West Indies Port Elizabeth 26 Dec 2007
16 HM Amla 51 59 v Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2009
17 AB de Villiers 64 73 v Australia Johannesburg 17 Nov 2011
18 HM Amla 54 51 v Sri Lanka Durban 26 Dec 2011
19 HM Amla 61 52 v India Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018

HM Amla and HW Taylor are the two South African batsmen to witness three occasions of their twin half centuries in a losing cause. The twin half centuries  scored by these two batsmen are tabulated below

No Player FI SI Opposition Ground Start Date
1 HM Amla 51 59 v Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2009
2 HM Amla 54 51 v Sri Lanka Durban 26 Dec 2011
3 HM Amla 61 52 v India Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018
             
1 HW Taylor 59* 56 v England Leeds 12 Jul 1924
2 HW Taylor 68 71 v England Cape Town 31 Dec 1927
3 HW Taylor 78 84 v Australia Adelaide 29 Jan 1932

Indian Pace bowler’s performance in a three test away series

The following table furnishes the Indian pace bowler’s performance – teamwise and seasonwise – in a three test away series. Indian pacers captured 50 wickets in the just concluded test series against South Africa. It is the most taken by Indian pace bowlers in a three test away series. The previous best was 41 wickets against England in 1986, South Africa in 1996-97,  England in 2007 and Australia in 2014-15

This detailed article is prepared at the behest of my childhood friend and also my neighbor Sri Murali Parvathavani who asked me today morning on facebook regarding the performance of Indian pace bowlers. Read on …………

Player Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts Away Series Season
CR Rangachari 2 2 464 238 4 Australia 1947/48
SW Sohoni 1 1 184 81 0 Australia 1947/48
          4 Australia 1947/48
UN Kulkarni 3 6 370 200 5 Australia 1967/68
V Subramanya 2 3 48 37 0 Australia 1967/68
RB Desai 1 1 96 63 0 Australia 1967/68
          5 Australia 1967/68
KD Ghavri 3 6 524 271 11 Australia 1977/78
S Madan Lal 2 4 440 197 9 Australia 1977/78
          20 Australia 1977/78
KD Ghavri 3 5 690 370 10 Australia 1980/81
N Kapil Dev 3 5 725 333 14 Australia 1980/81
SM Patil 3 2 87 33 2 Australia 1980/81
RMH Binny 1 1 90 70 0 Australia 1980/81
          26 Australia 1980/81
M Amarnath 3 2 36 18 0 Australia 1985/86
N Kapil Dev 3 6 708 276 12 Australia 1985/86
RMH Binny 2 2 162 67 1 Australia 1985/86
C Sharma 2 4 222 128 0 Australia 1985/86
          13 Australia 1985/86
ST Banerjee 1 1 108 47 3 Australia 1991/92
          3 Australia 1991/92
AB Agarkar 3 5 648 351 11 Australia 1999/00
SC Ganguly 3 3 126 90 2 Australia 1999/00
BKV Prasad 3 5 639 356 7 Australia 1999/00
J Srinath 3 5 756 461 10 Australia 1999/00
          30 Australia 1999/00
A Nehra 3 6 606 382 4 Australia 2003/04
Z Khan 2 3 306 213 5 Australia 2003/04
IK Pathan 2 4 408 266 4 Australia 2003/04
          13 Australia 2003/04
I Sharma 3 5 606 358 6 Australia 2007/08
IK Pathan 2 3 414 229 8 Australia 2007/08
Z Khan 1 2 262 187 5 Australia 2007/08
          19 Australia 2007/08
R Vinay Kumar 1 1 78 73 1 Australia 2011/12
          1 Australia 2011/12
Mohammed Shami 3 6 759 537 15 Australia 2014/15
I Sharma 3 6 750 434 9 Australia 2014/15
UT Yadav 3 6 711 548 11 Australia 2014/15
VR Aaron 2 4 385 362 5 Australia 2014/15
B Kumar 1 2 252 168 1 Australia 2014/15
          41 Australia 2014/15
               
Player Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts Away Series Season
AB Agarkar 1 2 252 84 4 Bangladesh 2000/01
Z Khan 1 2 156 69 3 Bangladesh 2000/01
J Srinath 1 2 198 66 3 Bangladesh 2000/01
          10 Bangladesh 2000/01
SC Ganguly 2 1 24 16 0 Bangladesh 2004/05
Z Khan 2 4 314 215 5 Bangladesh 2004/05
IK Pathan 2 4 378 214 18 Bangladesh 2004/05
          23 Bangladesh 2004/05
Z Khan 2 4 477 293 15 Bangladesh 2009/10
I Sharma 2 4 366 211 9 Bangladesh 2009/10
S Sreesanth 1 2 140 108 2 Bangladesh 2009/10
          26 Bangladesh 2009/10
Z Khan 2 4 240 175 8 Bangladesh 2007
RP Singh 2 4 228 130 6 Bangladesh 2007
I Sharma 1 2 78 49 1 Bangladesh 2007
VRV Singh 1 2 122 70 3 Bangladesh 2007
          18 Bangladesh 2007
VR Aaron 1 1 54 27 1 Bangladesh 2015
I Sharma 1 1 42 24 0 Bangladesh 2015
UT Yadav 1 2 54 49 0 Bangladesh 2015
          1 Bangladesh 2015
               
Player Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts Away Series Season
L Amar Singh 1 2 433 159 4 England 1932
M Jahangir Khan 1 2 282 86 4 England 1932
M Nissar 1 2 264 135 6 England 1932
S Wazir Ali 1 1 6 9 0 England 1932
          14 England 1932
L Amar Singh 3 5 766 317 10 England 1936
M Jahangir Khan 3 4 324 169 0 England 1936
VM Merchant 3 2 54 40 0 England 1936
M Nissar 3 5 504 343 12 England 1936
M Baqa Jilani 1 1 90 55 0 England 1936
          22 England 1936
L Amarnath 3 5 942 330 13 England 1946
VS Hazare 3 5 388 179 2 England 1946
SW Sohoni 2 2 90 33 0 England 1946
Gul Mohammad 1 1 12 2 0 England 1946
          15 England 1946
MAK Pataudi 3 2 36 21 0 England 1967
BK Kunderan 2 1 24 13 0 England 1967
V Subramanya 2 3 126 70 1 England 1967
RF Surti 2 2 252 92 2 England 1967
S Guha 1 2 288 115 0 England 1967
          3 England 1967
S Abid Ali 3 6 586 269 5 England 1971
          5 England 1971
S Abid Ali 3 4 489 252 6 England 1974
S Madan Lal 2 3 438 188 2 England 1974
          8 England 1974
M Amarnath 2 2 200 100 2 England 1979
Yajurvindra Singh 1 2 60 19 0 England 1979
          2 England 1979
N Kapil Dev 3 5 798 439 10 England 1982
S Madan Lal 3 5 613 291 6 England 1982
Yashpal Sharma 3 1 18 1 0 England 1982
SM Patil 2 1 84 48 1 England 1982
          17 England 1982
RMH Binny 3 6 524 251 12 England 1986
N Kapil Dev 3 6 770 306 10 England 1986
M Amarnath 2 3 66 20 0 England 1986
C Sharma 2 4 615 300 16 England 1986
S Madan Lal 1 2 125 48 3 England 1986
          41 England 1986
N Kapil Dev 3 6 768 445 7 England 1990
M Prabhakar 3 6 930 554 8 England 1990
SK Sharma 1 2 288 197 3 England 1990
AS Wassan 1 2 222 173 3 England 1990
          21 England 1990
BKV Prasad 3 5 855 375 15 England 1996
J Srinath 3 5 913 433 11 England 1996
SC Ganguly 2 3 227 125 6 England 1996
PL Mhambrey 2 3 258 148 2 England 1996
          34 England 1996
SB Bangar 2 4 258 117 4 England 2002
A Nehra 2 3 456 319 5 England 2002
          9 England 2002
SC Ganguly 3 4 168 65 2 England 2007
Z Khan 3 6 818 366 18 England 2007
RP Singh 3 6 555 347 12 England 2007
S Sreesanth 3 6 678 338 9 England 2007
          41 England 2007
P Kumar 3 5 951 443 15 England 2011
S Sreesanth 3 4 666 493 8 England 2011
Z Khan 1 1 81 18 2 England 2011
RP Singh 1 1 204 118 0 England 2011
          25 England 2011
STR Binny 3 3 192 140 0 England 2014
Mohammed Shami 3 5 576 366 5 England 2014
I Sharma 3 4 690 381 14 England 2014
VR Aaron 2 2 330 250 5 England 2014
Pankaj Singh 2 3 450 292 2 England 2014
          26 England 2014
               
Player Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts Away Series Season
V Subramanya 2 3 24 15 0 New Zealand 1967/68
RB Desai 1 2 168 76 2 New Zealand 1967/68
UN Kulkarni 1 1 78 38 0 New Zealand 1967/68
               
M Amarnath 3 4 395 147 5 New Zealand 1975/76
S Madan Lal 3 4 720 264 8 New Zealand 1975/76
               
N Kapil Dev 3 5 636 255 8 New Zealand 1980/81
SM Patil 3 5 330 76 5 New Zealand 1980/81
DB Vengsarkar 3 1 12 3 0 New Zealand 1980/81
RMH Binny 1 2 204 93 3 New Zealand 1980/81
KD Ghavri 1 1 60 33 1 New Zealand 1980/81
B Yograj Singh 1 1 90 63 1 New Zealand 1980/81
               
N Kapil Dev 3 4 617 305 5 New Zealand 1989/90
M Prabhakar 3 5 715 382 5 New Zealand 1989/90
AS Wassan 3 4 490 331 7 New Zealand 1989/90
               
N Kapil Dev 1 2 150 72 2 New Zealand 1993/94
J Srinath 1 2 384 164 5 New Zealand 1993/94
               
SC Ganguly 2 3 102 65 0 New Zealand 1998/99
BKV Prasad 2 4 636 229 5 New Zealand 1998/99
J Srinath 2 4 689 356 10 New Zealand 1998/99
R Singh 1 2 240 176 3 New Zealand 1998/99
               
SB Bangar 2 2 102 27 2 New Zealand 2002/03
SC Ganguly 2 1 12 11 0 New Zealand 2002/03
Z Khan 2 4 326 151 11 New Zealand 2002/03
A Nehra 2 4 287 125 5 New Zealand 2002/03
AB Agarkar 1 1 79 54 1 New Zealand 2002/03
T Yohannan 1 2 150 43 1 New Zealand 2002/03
               
Z Khan 3 5 693 400 13 New Zealand 2008/09
MM Patel 3 5 504 290 6 New Zealand 2008/09
I Sharma 3 5 566 334 8 New Zealand 2008/09
               
MS Dhoni 2 1 6 5 0 New Zealand 2013/14
Z Khan 2 4 642 382 9 New Zealand 2013/14
V Kohli 2 2 42 17 0 New Zealand 2013/14
Mohammed Shami 2 4 599 351 10 New Zealand 2013/14
I Sharma 2 4 636 377 15 New Zealand 2013/14
               
Player Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts Away Series Season
M Amarnath 3 6 383 276 3 Pakistan 1978/79
S Amarnath 3 1 11 5 1 Pakistan 1978/79
N Kapil Dev 3 6 702 426 7 Pakistan 1978/79
KD Ghavri 1 2 180 102 2 Pakistan 1978/79
               
J Arun Lal 3 1 7 6 0 Pakistan 1982/83
S Madan Lal 3 4 498 349 8 Pakistan 1982/83
BS Sandhu 3 3 494 250 4 Pakistan 1982/83
TAP Sekhar 2 2 204 129 0 Pakistan 1982/83
               
M Amarnath 2 2 77 55 0 Pakistan 1984/85
N Kapil Dev 2 2 209 126 1 Pakistan 1984/85
C Sharma 2 2 366 233 4 Pakistan 1984/85
RMH Binny 1 1 48 20 0 Pakistan 1984/85
S Madan Lal 1 1 162 94 1 Pakistan 1984/85
               
V Razdan 2 2 240 141 5 Pakistan 1989/90
SA Ankola 1 2 180 128 2 Pakistan 1989/90
               
L Balaji 3 6 636 369 12 Pakistan 2003/04
IK Pathan 3 6 804 342 12 Pakistan 2003/04
AB Agarkar 1 1 138 80 1 Pakistan 2003/04
SC Ganguly 1 2 36 27 0 Pakistan 2003/04
Z Khan 1 1 138 76 1 Pakistan 2003/04
A Nehra 1 2 162 80 3 Pakistan 2003/04
               
MS Dhoni 3 1 6 13 0 Pakistan 2005/06
IK Pathan 3 5 691 486 8 Pakistan 2005/06
SC Ganguly 2 3 144 91 1 Pakistan 2005/06
Z Khan 2 4 568 374 10 Pakistan 2005/06
RP Singh 2 4 522 345 9 Pakistan 2005/06
AB Agarkar 1 1 144 122 2 Pakistan 2005/06
               
Player Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts Away Series Season
J Srinath 3 6 833 313 12 South Africa 1992/93
          12 South Africa 1992/93
SC Ganguly 3 6 216 85 3 South Africa 1996/97
BKV Prasad 3 6 732 425 17 South Africa 1996/97
J Srinath 3 6 889 517 18 South Africa 1996/97
D Ganesh 2 4 257 165 1 South Africa 1996/97
DJ Johnson 1 2 144 91 2 South Africa 1996/97
          41 South Africa 1996/97
SC Ganguly 2 2 42 38 0 South Africa 2001/02
J Srinath 2 4 510 257 13 South Africa 2001/02
AB Agarkar 1 2 270 156 2 South Africa 2001/02
Z Khan 1 2 172 107 0 South Africa 2001/02
A Nehra 1 2 150 130 2 South Africa 2001/02
          17 South Africa 2001/02
SC Ganguly 3 2 24 22 0 South Africa 2006/07
Z Khan 3 6 701 395 13 South Africa 2006/07
S Sreesanth 3 6 690 395 18 South Africa 2006/07
VRV Singh 2 4 265 199 3 South Africa 2006/07
MM Patel 1 2 126 45 1 South Africa 2006/07
          34 South Africa 2006/07
I Sharma 3 5 556 337 7 South Africa 2010/11
S Sreesanth 3 5 594 376 9 South Africa 2010/11
Z Khan 2 4 479 246 10 South Africa 2010/11
JD Unadkat 1 1 156 101 0 South Africa 2010/11
          26 South Africa 2010/11
MS Dhoni 2 1 12 4 0 South Africa 2013/14
Z Khan 2 3 531 320 7 South Africa 2013/14
V Kohli 2 1 36 18 0 South Africa 2013/14
Mohammed Shami 2 4 450 263 6 South Africa 2013/14
I Sharma 2 4 540 313 5 South Africa 2013/14
          18 South Africa 2013/14
JJ Bumrah 3 6 673 353 14 South Africa 2017/18
Mohammed Shami 3 6 501 256 15 South Africa 2017/18
HH Pandya 3 6 306 162 3 South Africa 2017/18
B Kumar 2 4 402 203 10 South Africa 2017/18
I Sharma 2 4 414 150 8 South Africa 2017/18
          50 South Africa 2017/18
               
Player Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts Away Series Season
N Kapil Dev 3 6 778 372 11 Sri Lanka 1985
C Sharma 3 6 654 383 14 Sri Lanka 1985
M Amarnath 2 1 90 31 1 Sri Lanka 1985
RMH Binny 1 1 72 49 2 Sri Lanka 1985
          28 Sri Lanka 1985
N Kapil Dev 3 5 559 159 5 Sri Lanka 1993
M Prabhakar 3 5 551 223 12 Sri Lanka 1993
J Srinath 2 3 198 78 3 Sri Lanka 1993
          20 Sri Lanka 1993
SC Ganguly 2 3 96 94 3 Sri Lanka 1997
A Kuruvilla 2 3 348 232 4 Sri Lanka 1997
BKV Prasad 2 3 396 264 2 Sri Lanka 1997
DS Mohanty 1 2 220 150 4 Sri Lanka 1997
          13 Sri Lanka 1997
               
SC Ganguly 3 3 237 134 2 Sri Lanka 2001
Z Khan 3 5 593 367 10 Sri Lanka 2001
BKV Prasad 3 4 582 308 11 Sri Lanka 2001
Harvinder Singh 1 2 135 87 2 Sri Lanka 2001
J Srinath 1 2 155 114 5 Sri Lanka 2001
          30 Sri Lanka 2001
SC Ganguly 3 3 67 39 0 Sri Lanka 2008
Z Khan 3 5 552 352 8 Sri Lanka 2008
I Sharma 3 4 429 213 6 Sri Lanka 2008
          14 Sri Lanka 2008
A Mithun 3 6 552 372 6 Sri Lanka 2010
I Sharma 3 6 594 432 7 Sri Lanka 2010
          13 Sri Lanka 2010
I Sharma 3 6 540 302 13 Sri Lanka 2015
STR Binny 2 3 240 117 3 Sri Lanka 2015
UT Yadav 2 4 324 214 5 Sri Lanka 2015
VR Aaron 1 2 108 107 2 Sri Lanka 2015
          23 Sri Lanka 2015
Mohammed Shami 3 6 365 177 10 Sri Lanka 2017
HH Pandya 3 5 192 95 4 Sri Lanka 2017
UT Yadav 3 6 343 215 6 Sri Lanka 2017
          20 Sri Lanka 2017
               
Player Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts Away Series Season
CV Gadkari 3 3 102 45 0 West Indies 1952/53
RH Shodhan 2 2 48 20 0 West Indies 1952/53
          0 West Indies 1952/53
RB Desai 3 4 318 160 3 West Indies 1961/62
NJ Contractor 2 1 12 6 0 West Indies 1961/62
VB Ranjane 1 2 284 153 6 West Indies 1961/62
          9 West Indies 1961/62
AV Mankad 3 1 30 33 0 West Indies 1970/71
          0 West Indies 1970/71
DB Vengsarkar 2 1 5 7 0 West Indies 1975/76
          0 West Indies 1975/76
S Madan Lal 2 2 372 201 5 West Indies 1982/83
          5 West Indies 1982/83
D Ganesh 2 3 204 122 4 West Indies 1996/97
          4 West Indies 1996/97
SB Bangar 2 2 174 74 1 West Indies 2002
          1 West Indies 2002
S Sreesanth 3 6 576 335 10 West Indies 2006
VRV Singh 2 4 282 158 2 West Indies 2006
IK Pathan 1 2 156 93 2 West Indies 2006
          14 West Indies 2006
P Kumar 3 6 660 254 12 West Indies 2011
I Sharma 3 6 743 371 22 West Indies 2011
A Mithun 1 2 168 84 3 West Indies 2011
MM Patel 1 2 264 119 1 West Indies 2011
          26 West Indies 2011
B Kumar 2 3 250 59 6 West Indies 2016
UT Yadav 2 4 294 149 5 West Indies 2016
          11 West Indies 2016
               
Player Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts Away Series Season
N Kapil Dev 1 2 324 93 3 Zimbabwe 1992/93
M Prabhakar 1 2 354 88 4 Zimbabwe 1992/93
J Srinath 1 2 264 104 3 Zimbabwe 1992/93
          10 Zimbabwe 1992/93
AB Agarkar 1 2 204 100 2 Zimbabwe 1998/99
SC Ganguly 1 2 54 31 1 Zimbabwe 1998/99
RR Singh 1 2 60 32 0 Zimbabwe 1998/99
J Srinath 1 2 267 102 5 Zimbabwe 1998/99
          8 Zimbabwe 1998/99
SC Ganguly 2 1 6 3 0 Zimbabwe 2001
A Nehra 2 4 454 217 11 Zimbabwe 2001
J Srinath 2 4 539 246 7 Zimbabwe 2001
AB Agarkar 1 2 192 84 1 Zimbabwe 2001
Z Khan 1 2 198 98 4 Zimbabwe 2001
          22 Zimbabwe 2001
SC Ganguly 2 3 36 18 0 Zimbabwe 2005
Z Khan 2 4 336 184 9 Zimbabwe 2005
IK Pathan 2 4 391 237 21 Zimbabwe 2005
          30 Zimbabwe 2005

 

 

Summary
Wkts Away Series Season
4 Australia 1947/48
5 Australia 1967/68
20 Australia 1977/78
26 Australia 1980/81
13 Australia 1985/86
30 Australia 1999/00
13 Australia 2003/04
19 Australia 2007/08
1 Australia 2011/12
41 Australia 2014/15
     
10 Bangladesh 2000/01
23 Bangladesh 2004/05
26 Bangladesh 2009/10
18 Bangladesh 2007
1 Bangladesh 2015
     
14 England 1932
22 England 1936
15 England 1946
3 England 1967
5 England 1971
8 England 1974
2 England 1979
17 England 1982
41 England 1986
21 England 1990
9 England 2002
41 England 2007
25 England 2011
26 England 2014
     
2 New Zealand 1967/68
13 New Zealand 1975/76
18 New Zealand 1980/81
17 New Zealand 1989/90
7 New Zealand 1993/94
18 New Zealand 1998/99
20 New Zealand 2002/03
27 New Zealand 2008/09
34 New Zealand 2013/14
     
13 Pakistan 1978/79
12 Pakistan 1982/83
6 Pakistan 1984/85
7 Pakistan 1989/90
29 Pakistan 2003/04
30 Pakistan 2005/06
     
12 South Africa 1992/93
41 South Africa 1996/97
17 South Africa 2001/02
34 South Africa 2006/07
26 South Africa 2010/11
18 South Africa 2013/14
50 South Africa 2017/18
     
28 Sri Lanka 1985
20 Sri Lanka 1993
13 Sri Lanka 1997
30 Sri Lanka 2001
14 Sri Lanka 2008
13 Sri Lanka 2010
23 Sri Lanka 2015
20 Sri Lanka 2017
     
0 West Indies 1952/53
9 West Indies 1961/62
0 West Indies 1970/71
0 West Indies 1975/76
5 West Indies 1982/83
4 West Indies 1996/97
1 West Indies 2002
14 West Indies 2006
26 West Indies 2011
11 West Indies 2016
     
10 Zimbabwe 1992/93
8 Zimbabwe 1998/99
22 Zimbabwe 2001
30 Zimbabwe 2005

 

Wickets – Descending order
Wkts Away Series Season
50 South Africa 2017/18
41 England 1986
41 England 2007
41 Australia 2014/15
41 South Africa 1996/97
34 New Zealand 2013/14
34 South Africa 2006/07
30 Australia 1999/00
30 Pakistan 2005/06
30 Sri Lanka 2001
30 Zimbabwe 2005
29 Pakistan 2003/04
28 Sri Lanka 1985
27 New Zealand 2008/09
26 Australia 1980/81
26 Bangladesh 2009/10
26 England 2014
26 South Africa 2010/11
26 West Indies 2011
25 England 2011
23 Bangladesh 2004/05
23 Sri Lanka 2015
22 England 1936
22 Zimbabwe 2001
21 England 1990
20 Australia 1977/78
20 New Zealand 2002/03
20 Sri Lanka 1993
20 Sri Lanka 2017
19 Australia 2007/08
18 Bangladesh 2007
18 New Zealand 1980/81
18 New Zealand 1998/99
18 South Africa 2013/14
17 England 1982
17 New Zealand 1989/90
17 South Africa 2001/02
15 England 1946
14 England 1932
14 Sri Lanka 2008
14 West Indies 2006
13 Australia 1985/86
13 Australia 2003/04
13 New Zealand 1975/76
13 Pakistan 1978/79
13 Sri Lanka 1997
13 Sri Lanka 2010
12 Pakistan 1982/83
12 South Africa 1992/93
11 West Indies 2016
10 Bangladesh 2000/01
10 Zimbabwe 1992/93
9 England 2002
9 West Indies 1961/62
8 England 1974
8 Zimbabwe 1998/99
7 New Zealand 1993/94
7 Pakistan 1989/90
6 Pakistan 1984/85
5 Australia 1967/68
5 England 1971
5 West Indies 1982/83
4 Australia 1947/48
4 West Indies 1996/97
3 England 1967
2 England 1979
2 New Zealand 1967/68
1 Australia 2011/12
1 Bangladesh 2015
1 West Indies 2002
0 West Indies 1952/53
0 West Indies 1970/71
0 West Indies 1975/76

 

Batsmen carrying the bat through in the completed innings of a test

D Elgar of South Africa carried the bat through the completed innings in the just concluded test against India at Johannesburg to provide 54th occasion of a batsman performing such a feat in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Total Inns Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 AB Tancred 26* 47 2 South Africa v England Cape Town 25 Mar 1889
2 JE Barrett 67* 176 3 Australia v England Lord’s 21 Jul 1890
3 R Abel 132* 307 2 England v Australia Sydney 29 Jan 1892
4 PF Warner 132* 237 3 England v South Africa Johannesburg 14 Feb 1899
5 WW Armstrong 159* 309 3 Australia v South Africa Johannesburg 18 Oct 1902
6 JW Zulch 43* 103 2 South Africa v England Cape Town 11 Mar 1910
7 W Bardsley 193* 383 1 Australia v England Lord’s 26 Jun 1926
8 WM Woodfull 30* 66† 4 Australia v England Brisbane 30 Nov 1928
9 WM Woodfull 73* 193† 4 Australia v England Adelaide 13 Jan 1933
0 WA Brown 206* 422 2 Australia v England Lord’s 24 Jun 1938
11 L Hutton 202* 344 2 England v West Indies The Oval 12 Aug 1950
12 L Hutton 156* 272 2 England v Australia Adelaide 02 Feb 1951
13 Nazar Mohammad 124* 331 2 Pakistan v India Lucknow 23 Oct 1952
14 FMM Worrell 191* 372 2 West Indies v England Nottingham 04 Jul 1957
15 TL Goddard 56* 99 3 South Africa v Australia Cape Town 31 Dec 1957
16 DJ McGlew 127* 292 1 South Africa v New Zealand Durban 08 Dec 1961
17 CC Hunte 60* 131 3 West Indies v Australia Port of Spain 14 May 1965
18 GM Turner 43* 131 4 New Zealand v England Lord’s 24 Jul 1969
19 WM Lawry 49* 107 3 Australia v India Delhi 28 Nov 1969
20 WM Lawry 60* 116† 4 Australia v England Sydney 09 Jan 1971
21 GM Turner 223* 386 2 New Zealand v West Indies Kingston 16 Feb 1972
22 IR Redpath 159* 346 3 Australia v New Zealand Auckland 22 Mar 1974
23 G Boycott 99* 215 4 England v Australia Perth 14 Dec 1979
25 SM Gavaskar 127* 286 3 India v Pakistan Faisalabad 03 Jan 1983
26 Mudassar Nazar 152* 323 1 Pakistan v India Lahore 23 Jan 1983
27 S Wettimuny 63* 144 2 Sri Lanka v New Zealand Christchurch 04 Mar 1983
28 DC Boon 58* 103 3 Australia v New Zealand Auckland 13 Mar 1986
29 DL Haynes 88* 211 3 West Indies v Pakistan Karachi 20 Nov 1986
30 GA Gooch 154* 252 3 England v West Indies Leeds 06 Jun 1991
31 DL Haynes 75* 176 2 West Indies v England The Oval 08 Aug 1991
32 AJ Stewart 69* 175 3 England v Pakistan Lord’s 18 Jun 1992
33 DL Haynes 143* 382 3 West Indies v Pakistan Port of Spain 16 Apr 1993
34 MH Dekker 68* 187 4 Zimbabwe v Pakistan Rawalpindi 09 Dec 1993
35 MA Atherton 94* 228 2 England v New Zealand Christchurch 14 Feb 1997
36 G Kirsten 100* 239 1 South Africa v Pakistan Faisalabad 24 Oct 1997
37 MA Taylor 169* 350 2 Australia v South Africa Adelaide 30 Jan 1998
38 GW Flower 156* 321 1 Zimbabwe v Pakistan Bulawayo 14 Mar 1998
39 Saeed Anwar 188* 316 3 Pakistan v India Kolkata 16 Feb 1999
40 MS Atapattu 216* 428 2 Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 18 Nov 1999
41 RP Arnold 104* 231 2 Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe Harare 04 Dec 1999
42 Javed Omar 85* 168† 3 Bangladesh v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 19 Apr 2001
43 V Sehwag 201* 329 1 India v Sri Lanka Galle 31 Jul 2008
44 SM Katich 131* 268 3 Australia v New Zealand Brisbane 20 Nov 2008
45 CH Gayle 165* 317 3 West Indies v Australia Adelaide 04 Dec 2009
46 Imran Farhat 117* 223 1 Pakistan v New Zealand Napier 11 Dec 2009
47 R Dravid 146* 300 2 India v England The Oval 18 Aug 2011
48 TMK Mawoyo 163* 412 1 Zimbabwe v Pakistan Bulawayo 01 Sep 2011
49 DA Warner 123* 233 4 Australia v New Zealand Hobart 09 Dec 2011
50 CA Pujara 145* 312 1 India v Sri Lanka Colombo (SSC) 28 Aug 2015
51 D Elgar 118* 214 2 South Africa v England Durban 26 Dec 2015
52 KC Brathwaite 142* 337 2 West Indies v Pakistan Sharjah 30 Oct 2016
53 AN Cook 244* 491 2 England v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2017
54 D Elgar 86* 177 4 South Africa v India Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018

D Elgar of South Africa carried the bat through the completed innings in the just concluded test against India at Johannesburg to provide seventh occasion of a South African batsman performing such a feat.  All such occasions are tabulated below. D Elgar became the first South African batsman to perform the feat on two occasions.

No Player Runs Total Inns Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 AB Tancred 26* 47 2 South Africa v England Cape Town 25 Mar 1889
2 JW Zulch 43* 103 2 South Africa v England Cape Town 11 Mar 1910
3 TL Goddard 56* 99 3 South Africa v Australia Cape Town 31 Dec 1957
4 DJ McGlew 127* 292 1 South Africa v New Zealand Durban 08 Dec 1961
5 G Kirsten 100* 239 1 South Africa v Pakistan Faisalabad 24 Oct 1997
6 D Elgar 118* 214 2 South Africa v England Durban 26 Dec 2015
7 D Elgar 86* 177 4 South Africa v India Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018

D Elgar of South Africa carried the bat through the completed innings in the just concluded test against India at Johannesburg to provide fifth occasion of a batsman performing such a feat against India. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Total Inns Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Nazar Mohammad 124* 331 2 Pakistan v India Lucknow 23 Oct 1952
2 WM Lawry 49* 107 3 Australia v India Delhi 28 Nov 1969
3 Mudassar Nazar 152* 323 1 Pakistan v India Lahore 23 Jan 1983
4 Saeed Anwar 188* 316 3 Pakistan v India Kolkata 16 Feb 1999
5 D Elgar 86* 177 4 South Africa v India Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018

D Elgar of South Africa carried the bat through the completed innings in the just concluded test against India at Johannesburg to provide 20th occasion of a batsman performing such a feat with scores less than 100 in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Total Inns Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 AB Tancred 26* 47 2 South Africa v England Cape Town 25 Mar 1889
2 WM Woodfull 30* 66† 4 Australia v England Brisbane 30 Nov 1928
3 JW Zulch 43* 103 2 South Africa v England Cape Town 11 Mar 1910
4 GM Turner 43* 131 4 New Zealand v England Lord’s 24 Jul 1969
5 WM Lawry 49* 107 3 Australia v India Delhi 28 Nov 1969
6 TL Goddard 56* 99 3 South Africa v Australia Cape Town 31 Dec 1957
7 DC Boon 58* 103 3 Australia v New Zealand Auckland 13 Mar 1986
8 CC Hunte 60* 131 3 West Indies v Australia Port of Spain 14 May 1965
9 WM Lawry 60* 116† 4 Australia v England Sydney 09 Jan 1971
0 S Wettimuny 63* 144 2 Sri Lanka v New Zealand Christchurch 04 Mar 1983
11 JE Barrett 67* 176 3 Australia v England Lord’s 21 Jul 1890
12 MH Dekker 68* 187 4 Zimbabwe v Pakistan Rawalpindi 09 Dec 1993
13 AJ Stewart 69* 175 3 England v Pakistan Lord’s 18 Jun 1992
14 WM Woodfull 73* 193† 4 Australia v England Adelaide 13 Jan 1933
15 DL Haynes 75* 176 2 West Indies v England The Oval 08 Aug 1991
16 Javed Omar 85* 168† 3 Bangladesh v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 19 Apr 2001
17 D Elgar 86* 177 4 South Africa v India Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018
18 DL Haynes 88* 211 3 West Indies v Pakistan Karachi 20 Nov 1986
19 MA Atherton 94* 228 2 England v New Zealand Christchurch 14 Feb 1997
20 G Boycott 99* 215 4 England v Australia Perth 14 Dec 1979

DL Haynes {03}, D Elgar {02}. GM Turner {02}, L Hutton {02}, WM Lawry {02} and WM Woodful {02} are the six batsmen who have carried the bat through the completed innings on two or more occasions. D Elgar joined the elite list with his performance in the just concluded test against India at Johannesburg. The feats of these six batsmen are furnished below

No Player Runs Total Inns Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 DL Haynes 88* 211 3 West Indies v Pakistan Karachi 20 Nov 1986
2 DL Haynes 75* 176 2 West Indies v England The Oval 08 Aug 1991
3 DL Haynes 143* 382 3 West Indies v Pakistan Port of Spain 16 Apr 1993
                 
1 D Elgar 118* 214 2 South Africa v England Durban 26 Dec 2015
2 D Elgar 86* 177 4 South Africa v India Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018
                 
1 GM Turner 43* 131 4 New Zealand v England Lord’s 24 Jul 1969
2 GM Turner 223* 386 2 New Zealand v West Indies Kingston 16 Feb 1972
                 
1 L Hutton 202* 344 2 England v West Indies The Oval 12 Aug 1950
2 L Hutton 156* 272 2 England v Australia Adelaide 02 Feb 1951
                 
1 WM Lawry 49* 107 3 Australia v India Delhi 28 Nov 1969
2 WM Lawry 60* 116† 4 Australia v England Sydney 09 Jan 1971
                 
1 WM Woodfull 30* 66† 4 Australia v England Brisbane 30 Nov 1928
2 WM Woodfull 73* 193† 4 Australia v England Adelaide 13 Jan 1933

D Elgar of South Africa carried the bat through the completed innings in the just concluded test against India at Johannesburg to provide eighth occasion of a batsman performing such a feat in the fourth innings of a test. All such occasions are tabulated below. D Elgar became the first South African batsman to carry the bat through in the completed innings in the fourth innings of a test.

No Player Runs Total Inns Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 WM Woodfull 30* 66† 4 Australia v England Brisbane 30 Nov 1928
2 WM Woodfull 73* 193† 4 Australia v England Adelaide 13 Jan 1933
3 GM Turner 43* 131 4 New Zealand v England Lord’s 24 Jul 1969
4 WM Lawry 60* 116† 4 Australia v England Sydney 09 Jan 1971
5 G Boycott 99* 215 4 England v Australia Perth 14 Dec 1979
6 MH Dekker 68* 187 4 Zimbabwe v Pakistan Rawalpindi 09 Dec 1993
7 DA Warner 123* 233 4 Australia v New Zealand Hobart 09 Dec 2011
8 D Elgar 86* 177 4 South Africa v India Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018

Indian bowlers with five wicket hauls in the fourth innings of a test in India’s wins

Mohammad Shami captured five for 28 in the fourth innings to win the test against South Africa at Johannesburg to provide the sixth occasion of an Indian bowler capturing five or more wickets to win a test. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 JM Patel 25.4 7 55 5 4 v Australia Kanpur 19 Dec 1959
2 BS Bedi 30.5 16 42 6 4 v New Zealand Mumbai (BS) 25 Sep 1969
3 BS Bedi 40.0 12 63 5 4 v England Kolkata 30 Dec 1972
4 BS Bedi 33.0 18 27 5 4 v New Zealand Mumbai 10 Nov 1976
5 BS Bedi 21.3 4 71 6 4 v England Bengaluru 28 Jan 1977
6 BS Chandrasekhar 20.0×8 3 52 6 4 v Australia Melbourne 30 Dec 1977
7 N Kapil Dev 16.4 4 28 5 4 v Australia Melbourne 07 Feb 1981
8 N Kapil Dev 13.2 0 70 5 4 v England Mumbai 27 Nov 1981
9 S Madan Lal 12.0 6 23 5 4 v England Mumbai 27 Nov 1981
0 ND Hirwani 15.2 3 75 8 4 v West Indies Chennai 11 Jan 1988
11 ND Hirwani 30.0 10 59 6 4 v New Zealand Bengaluru 12 Nov 1988
12 J Srinath 11.5 4 21 6 4 v South Africa Ahmedabad 20 Nov 1996
13 A Kumble 26.3 9 74 10 4 v Pakistan Delhi 04 Feb 1999
14 Harbhajan Singh 30.3 8 73 6 4 v Australia Kolkata 11 Mar 2001
15 Harbhajan Singh 10.5 2 29 5 4 v Australia Mumbai 03 Nov 2004
16 A Kumble 38.0 16 63 7 4 v Pakistan Kolkata 16 Mar 2005
17 A Kumble 34.3 9 89 5 4 v Sri Lanka Ahmedabad 18 Dec 2005
18 A Kumble 22.4 3 78 6 4 v West Indies Kingston 30 Jun 2006
19 I Sharma 23.0 6 74 7 4 v England Lord’s 17 Jul 2014
20 R Ashwin 16.0 6 42 5 4 v Sri Lanka Colombo (PSS) 20 Aug 2015
21 RA Jadeja 11.5 4 21 5 4 v South Africa Mohali 05 Nov 2015
22 R Ashwin 29.5 7 66 7 4 v South Africa Nagpur 25 Nov 2015
23 R Ashwin 49.1 26 61 5 4 v South Africa Delhi 03 Dec 2015
24 R Ashwin 35.3 5 132 6 4 v New Zealand Kanpur 22 Sep 2016
25 R Ashwin 13.5 2 59 7 4 v New Zealand Indore 08 Oct 2016
26 R Ashwin 12.4 4 41 6 4 v Australia Bengaluru 04 Mar 2017
27 Mohammed Shami 12.3 2 28 5 4 v South Africa Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018

Mohammad Shami captured five for 28 in the fourth innings to win the test against South Africa at Johannesburg to provide the fifth occasion of an Indian bowler capturing five or more wickets to win a test against South Africa. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 J Srinath 11.5 4 21 6 4 v South Africa Ahmedabad 20 Nov 1996
2 RA Jadeja 11.5 4 21 5 4 v South Africa Mohali 05 Nov 2015
3 R Ashwin 29.5 7 66 7 4 v South Africa Nagpur 25 Nov 2015
4 R Ashwin 49.1 26 61 5 4 v South Africa Delhi 03 Dec 2015
5 Mohammed Shami 12.3 2 28 5 4 v South Africa Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018
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