Vijay Hazare Trophy – Teams which have played most matches, team which has won most games and team which has lost most games as on 30.09.18

Karnataka and Tamil Nadu share the record of playing most matches in Vijay Hazare Trophy as on 30.09.18. Both the teams have played 77 games in the tournament. Bengal is the other team to play 75 games in the tournament.

No Team Span Mat Won Lost Tied NR
1 Karnataka 2008-18 77 58 18 1 0
2 Tamil Nadu 2008-18 77 57 20 0 0
3 Bengal 2008-18 75 51 23 1 0

Karnataka owns the record for most wins in the tournament as on 30.09.18. Its win against Vidarbha on 30.09.18 at Alur {02} was its 58th win. Tamil Nadu {56} and Bengal {51} are the other two teams to post 50 plus wins in the tournament.

No Team Span Mat Won Lost Tied NR
1 Karnataka 2008-18 77 58 18 1 0
2 Tamil Nadu 2008-18 76 56 20 0 0
3 Bengal 2008-18 75 51 22 1 0

Jammu & Kashmir owns the dubious record of losing 50 games in the tournament. It is the only team to lose 50 games in  the tournament. The following table lists the teams which have lost 40 plus games in the tournament.

No Team Span Mat Won Lost Tied NR
1 Jammu & Kashmir 2008-18 57 06 50 0 1
2 Goa 2008-18 62 18 44 0 0
3 Assam 2008-18 58 15 42 0 1
4 Tripura 2008-18 53 12 41 0 0
5 Kerala 2008-18 63 21 40 1 1

 

 

Cricketers who have played fifty plus games in Vijay Hazare Trophy

A Mithun and R Vinay Kumar of Karnataka were making their 50th appearance in Vijay Hazare Trophy when they played against Vidarbha at Alur {02} on 30.09.18. They became the 33rd and 34th cricketer to appear in 50 plus games in the tournament. The following table lists all these cricketers.

No Player Span Mat Runs HS Ave C W BBI Ave 5 Ct St
1 MK Tiwary 2008-18 64 2634 130 54.87 3 19 2/23 43.15 0 32 0
2 Mandeep Singh 2010-18 63 2137 119 38.85 3 10 2/3 30.00 0 32 0
3 2RV Uthappa 2008-18 63 2587 169 42.40 9 4 2/19 37.50 0 50 5
4 Ganesh Satish 2008-18 62 2222 140* 41.92 4 3 2/26 29.66 0 26 0
5 SP Goswami 2008-18 61 2489 149* 44.44 6 42 6
6 MK Pandey 2008-18 61 1873 101* 37.46 1 6 3/25 38.83 0 38 0
7 NV Ojha 2008-18 58 2035 167 37.68 5 67 13
8 SS Tiwary 2008-18 58 2064 107* 48.00 4 4 2/40 48.25 0 35 0
9 AB Dinda 2009-18 57 225 33 10.22 0 90 5/29 27.47 3 18 0
10 FY Fazal 2008-18 57 1780 105 33.58 3 5 2/41 73.60 0 27 0
11 S Nadeem 2008-18 57 497 53 15.53 0 85 8/10 24.89 3 17 0
12 DB Ravi Teja 2008-18 56 2124 131 47.20 5 18 5/45 35.27 1 32 0
13 Yashpal Singh 2008-18 56 2364 115* 56.28 6 15 3/39 32.73 0 18 0
14 KH Devdhar 2008-18 55 1984 148 36.07 5 17 1
15 PA Patel 2008-18 55 1824 105 33.77 2 44 15
16 S Badrinath 2008-17 53 1725 134 39.20 5 7 2/16 28.85 0 19 0
17 Harpreet Singh 2008-18 52 1637 111* 41.97 2 3 2/29 17.00 0 30 0
18 PR Prem 2008-18 52 1565 114 34.02 3 17 2/23 47.11 0 14 0
19 Jalaj S Saxena 2008-18 52 1215 133 26.41 3 64 4/31 30.56 0 3 0
20 LR Shukla 2008-15 52 1207 151 33.52 3 60 5/34 27.85 1 19 0
21 PK Panchal 2008-18 51 2122 129 42.44 3 3 1/4 29.33 0 35 0
22 AR Bawne 2009-18 51 1962 117* 49.05 7 4 2/28 70.75 0 21 0
23 P Bisht 2008-18 51 1165 135 35.30 1 58 10
24 UBT Chand 2010-18 51 1646 118* 33.59 3 19 4
25 Gurkeerat Singh 2012-18 51 1735 108 45.65 2 11 2/28 37.54 0 18 0
26 IR Jaggi 2008-17 51 2292 159* 55.90 6 0 0 14 0
27 Parvez Rasool 2010-18 51 1404 81* 31.20 0 50 4/39 35.16 0 16 0
28 ID Singh 2008-18 51 1093 112 23.25 2 2 2/44 48.50 0 19 2
29 AP Tare 2008-18 51 1008 83 25.84 0 83 10
30 SA Yadav 2010-18 51 1476 134* 37.84 2 0 0 27 0
31 Amit Verma 2008-18 50 1107 85 29.13 0 20 3/47 61.95 0 17 0
32 A Mithun 2008-18 50 254 34 13.36 0 71 4/18 26.73 0 8 0
33 WP Saha 2008-15 50 1547 102* 49.90 1 67 6
34 R Vinay Kumar 2008-18 50 815 82 32.60 0 95 5/34 19.69 3 14 0

R Vinaykumar owns the record for most wickets in Vijay Hazare Trophy

R Vinay Kumar of Karnataka captured two wickets against Vidarbha in the ongoing Vijay Hazare Trophy at Alur {02} on 30.09.18 which fetched him an aggregate of 95 wickets in the tournament.  He now owns the record for most wickets in the tournament. R Vinay Kumar {95} and AB Dinda {90} are the only two bowlers to capture 90 plus wickets in the tournament as of 30.09.18. The following table lists the seven bowlers who have captured 75 plus wickets in  the tournament

No Player Team Span Mat Inns Overs M Runs W BBI Ave 4 5
1 R Vinay Kumar Karnataka 2008-18 50 50 408.2 31 1871 95 5/34 19.69 6 3
2 AB Dinda Bengal 2009-18 57 57 498.0 34 2473 90 5/29 27.47 1 3
3 PP Chawla Guj/UP 2009-18 45 44 378.5 21 1743 86 6/46 20.26 3 2
4 S Nadeem Jharkand 2008-18 57 57 514.1 32 2116 85 8/10 24.89 2 3
5 S Kaul Punjab 2012-18 39 39 327.2 26 1554 78 5/32 19.92 5 2
6 R Shukla Jharkand 2009-18 43 43 370.4 17 1913 78 5/29 24.52 4 2
7 Anureet Singh Reilways 2009-18 48 48 392.1 33 1909 76 6/19 25.11 2 2

 

Three or more batsmen dismissed in an innings in Asia Cup one day tournament finals

Asia Cup one day final between Bangladesh and India at Dubai-DSC on 28.09.18 witnessed three run outs in Bangladesh’s innings to provide the third occasion of three or more batsman dismissed run out in the Asia Cup one day tournament final. All such occasions are listed below. It is interesting to note that all these three occasions are against India.

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MAR Samarasekera 26 1 Srl Ind Dhaka 04 Nov 1988
2 PA de Silva 18 1 Srl Ind Dhaka 04 Nov 1988
3 A Ranatunga 05 1 Srl Ind Dhaka 04 Nov 1988
4 JR Ratnayeke 07 1 Srl Ind Dhaka 04 Nov 1988
               
1 CP Senanayake 25 1 Srk Ind Kolkata 04 Jan 1991
2 AP Gurusinha 39 1 Srl Ind Kolkata 04 Jan 1991
3 A Ranatunga 49 1 Srl Ind Kolkata 04 Jan 1991
               
1 Mohammad Mithun 02 1 Ban Ind Dubai (DSC) 28 Sep 2018
2 Soumya Sarkar 33 1 Ban Ind Dubai (DSC) 28 Sep 2018
3 Nazmul Islam 07 1 Ban Ind Dubai (DSC) 28 Sep 2018

Three or more batsmen dismissed run out in an innings in one day tournament finals

Asia Cup one day final between Bangladesh and India at Dubai-DSC on 28.09.18 witnessed three run outs in Bangladesh’s innings to provide the 29th occasion of three or more batsman dismissed run out in a one day tournament final. All such occasions are listed below.

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date                        ROs
1 Australia 2 West Indies Lord’s 21 Jun 1975 5
2 Australia 2 Sri Lanka Adelaide 10 Feb 2006 5
3 India 1 Australia Melbourne 09 Feb 1986 4
4 Sri Lanka 1 India Dhaka 04 Nov 1988 4
5 India 2 South Africa Sharjah 19 Apr 1996 4
6 Australia 2 South Africa Melbourne 23 Jan 1998 4
7 Sri Lanka 1 West Indies Col- RPS 19 Dec 2001 4
8 England 2 West Indies Melbourne 20 Jan 1980 3
9 Australia 1 India Sharjah 29 Mar 1985 3
10 Australia 2 West Indies Sydney 16 Jan 1989 3
11 Sri Lanka 1 India Kolkata 04 Jan 1991 3
12 India 2 Australia Melbourne 18 Jan 1992 3
13 Australia 1 West Indies Melbourne 18 Jan 1993 3
14 Pakistan 1 West Indies Johannesburg 27 Feb 1993 3
15 Australia 1 South Africa Sydney 25 Jan 1994 3
16 South Africa 2 Australia Sydney 25 Jan 1994 3
17 Sri Lanka 1 India Col-SSC 17 Sep 1994 3
18 Pakistan 2 South Africa Cape Town 10 Jan 1995 3
19 South Africa 1 Pakistan Cape Town 10 Jan 1995 3
20 India 1 South Africa Durban 12 Feb 1997 3
21 South Africa 2 Australia Sydney 27 Jan 1998 3
22 Sri Lanka 2 India Col-RPS 07 Jul 1998 3
23 India 1 Pakistan Sharjah 16 Apr 1999 3
24 West Indies 2 New Zealand Lord’s 10 Jul 2004 3
25 England 1 West Indies The Oval 25 Sep 2004 3
26 Sri Lanka 1 India Col- RPS 09 Aug 2005 3
27 England 1 Australia Sydney 11 Feb 2007 3
28 Canada 1 West Indies King City-NW 24 Aug 2008 3
29 Bangladesh 1 India Dubai-DSC 28 Sep 2018 3

Asia Cup one day final between Bangladesh and India at Dubai-DSC on 28.09.18 witnessed three run outs in Bangladesh’s innings to provide the 22nd occasion of three batsman dismissed run out in a one day tournament final. All such occasions are listed below.

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date                        ROs
1 England 2 West Indies Melbourne 20 Jan 1980 3
2 Australia 1 India Sharjah 29 Mar 1985 3
3 Australia 2 West Indies Sydney 16 Jan 1989 3
4 Sri Lanka 1 India Kolkata 04 Jan 1991 3
5 India 2 Australia Melbourne 18 Jan 1992 3
6 Australia 1 West Indies Melbourne 18 Jan 1993 3
7 Pakistan 1 West Indies Johannesburg 27 Feb 1993 3
8 Australia 1 South Africa Sydney 25 Jan 1994 3
9 South Africa 2 Australia Sydney 25 Jan 1994 3
10 Sri Lanka 1 India Col-SSC 17 Sep 1994 3
11 Pakistan 2 South Africa Cape Town 10 Jan 1995 3
12 South Africa 1 Pakistan Cape Town 10 Jan 1995 3
13 India 1 South Africa Durban 12 Feb 1997 3
14 South Africa 2 Australia Sydney 27 Jan 1998 3
15 Sri Lanka 2 India Col-RPS 07 Jul 1998 3
16 India 1 Pakistan Sharjah 16 Apr 1999 3
17 West Indies 2 New Zealand Lord’s 10 Jul 2004 3
18 England 1 West Indies The Oval 25 Sep 2004 3
19 Sri Lanka 1 India Col- RPS 09 Aug 2005 3
20 England 1 Australia Sydney 11 Feb 2007 3
21 Canada 1 West Indies King City-NW 24 Aug 2008 3
22 Bangladesh 1 India Dubai-DSC 28 Sep 2018 3

Asia Cup one day final between Bangladesh and India at Dubai-DSC on 28.09.18 witnessed three run outs in Bangladesh’s innings to provide the seventh occasion of three or more batsman dismissed run out in a one day tournament final against India. All such occasions are listed below.

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date                        ROs
1 Sri Lanka 1 India Dhaka 04 Nov 1988 4
2 Australia 1 India Sharjah 29 Mar 1985 3
3 Sri Lanka 1 India Kolkata 04 Jan 1991 3
4 Sri Lanka 1 India Col-SSC 17 Sep 1994 3
5 Sri Lanka 2 India Col-RPS 07 Jul 1998 3
6 Sri Lanka 1 India Col- RPS 09 Aug 2005 3
7 Bangladesh 1 India Dubai-DSC 28 Sep 2018 3

Batsmen scoring century in Asia Cup one day tournament finals

Bangladesh batsman Liton Das’ 121 against India at Dubai-DSC on 28.09.18 was in vain to provide the fifth occasion of a batsman scoring a century in the finals of the Asis Cup one day tournament.  All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MS Atapattu 100 2 Srl Pak Dhaka 07 Jun 2000
2 ST Jayasuriya 125 1 Srl Ind Karachi 06 Jul 2008
3 Fawad Alam 114* 1 Pak Srl Dhaka 08 Mar 2014
4 HDRL Thirimanne 101 2 Srl Pak Dhaka 08 Mar 2014
5 Liton Das 121 1 Ban Ind Dubai (DSC) 28 Sep 2018

 

Batsman’s century in a losing cause in all one day tournament finals

Bangladesh batsman Liton Das’ 121 against India at Dubai-DSC on 28.09.18 was in vain to provide the 19th occasion of a batsman’s century in a losing cause in all the finals of the one day tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 BA Edgar 102* 2 NZl Aus Melbourne 01 Feb 1981
2 DL Haynes 107* 1 Win Pak Kolkata 01 Nov 1989
3 Basit Ali 127* 1 Pak Win Sharjah 05 Nov 1993
4 Saeed Anwar 140 1 Pak Ind Dhaka 18 Jan 1998
5 Ijaz Ahmed 117 1 Pak Ind Dhaka 18 Jan 1998
6 PA de Silva 105 2 Srl Ind Colombo (RPS) 07 Jul 1998
7 PA Wallace 103 1 Win RSA Dhaka 01 Nov 1998
8 R Dravid 103* 1 Ind Win Singapore 08 Sep 1999
9 MS Atapattu 100 2 Srl Pak Dhaka 07 Jun 2000
10 SC Ganguly 117 1 Ind NZl Nairobi (Gym) 15 Oct 2000
11 ME Trescothick 109 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 13 Jul 2002
12 N Hussain 115 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 13 Jul 2002
13 ME Trescothick 104 1 Eng Win The Oval 25 Sep 2004
14 SK Raina 106 1 Ind Srl Dhaka 13 Jan 2010
15 DPMD Jayawardene 103* 1 Srl Ind` Mumbai 02 Apr 2011
16 DA Warner 100 1 Aus Srl Adelaide 06 Mar 2012
17 MJ Clarke 117 1 Aus Srl Adelaide 06 Mar 2012
18 Fawad Alam 114* 1 Pak Srl Dhaka 08 Mar 2014
19 Liton Das 121 1 Ban Ind Dubai (DSC) 28 Sep 2018

Bangladesh batsman Liton Das’ 121 against India at Dubai-DSC on 28.09.18 was in vain to provide the seventh occasion of a batsman’s century in a losing cause in all the finals of the one day tournament against India. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Saeed Anwar 140 1 Pak Ind Dhaka 18 Jan 1998
2 Ijaz Ahmed 117 1 Pak Ind Dhaka 18 Jan 1998
3 PA de Silva 105 2 Srl Ind Colombo (RPS) 07 Jul 1998
4 ME Trescothick 109 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 13 Jul 2002
5 N Hussain 115 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 13 Jul 2002
6 DPMD Jayawardene 103* 1 Srl Ind` Mumbai 02 Apr 2011
7 Liton Das 121 1 Ban Ind Dubai (DSC) 28 Sep 2018

Batsman’s century in a losing cause in the Asia Cup one day tournament

Bangladesh batsman Liton Das’ 121 against India at Dubai-DSC on 28.09.18 was in vain to provide the 12th occasion of a batsman’s century in a losing cause  in Asia Cup one day tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MS Atapattu 100 2 Srl Pak Dhaka0 07 Jun 2000
2 ST Jayasuriya 130 2 Srl Ind Colombo (RPS) 27 Jul 2004
3 Shoaib Malik 125* 1 Pak Ind Karachi 26 Jun 2008
4 Alok Kapali 115 1 Ban Ind Karachi 28 Jun 2008
5 Shahid Afridi 109 2 Pak Srl Dambulla 15 Jun 2010
6 SR Tendulkar 114 1 Ind Ban Dhaka 16 Mar 2012
7 Mohammad Hafeez 105 1 Pak Ind Dhaka 18 Mar 2012
8 Nasir Jamshed 112 1 Pak Ind Dhaka 18 Mar 2012
9 Mushfiqur Rahim 117 1 Ban Ind Fatullah 26 Feb 2014
10 Anamul Haque 100 1 Ban Pak Dhaka 04 Mar 2014
11 Fawad Alam 114* 1 Pak Srl Dhaka 08 Mar 2014
12 Liton Das 121 1 Ban Ind Dubai (DSC) 28 Sep 2018

It also provides the fourth occasion of a Bangladesh batsman’s century in a losing cause in Asia Cup one day tournament. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Alok Kapali 115 1 Ban Ind Karachi 28 Jun 2008
2 Mushfiqur Rahim 117 1 Ban Ind Fatullah 26 Feb 2014
3 Anamul Haque 100 1 Ban Pak Dhaka 04 Mar 2014
4 Liton Das 121 1 Ban Ind Dubai (DSC) 28 Sep 2018

It also provides the seventh occasion of a batsman’s century in a losing cause against India in Asia Cup one day tournament. All such occasions are furnished below.

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 ST Jayasuriya 130 2 Srl Ind Colombo (RPS) 27 Jul 2004
2 Shoaib Malik 125* 1 Pak Ind Karachi 26 Jun 2008
3 Alok Kapali 115 1 Ban Ind Karachi 28 Jun 2008
4 Mohammad Hafeez 105 1 Pak Ind Dhaka 18 Mar 2012
5 Nasir Jamshed 112 1 Pak Ind Dhaka 18 Mar 2012
6 Mushfiqur Rahim 117 1 Ban Ind Fatullah 26 Feb 2014
7 Liton Das 121 1 Ban Ind Dubai (DSC) 28 Sep 2018

One day games won on the last ball of the match – India carves its first ever win on the last ball of the match

India won the Asia Cup final against Bangladesh at Dubai-DSC by three wickets on the last ball of the match to provide the 36th occasion of a team winning a one day game on the last ball of the match. All such occasions are tabulated below. It also provides India’s first win on the last ball of the match.

No Winner Margin Target Overs Opposition Ground Match Date
1 England 3 wickets 209 35.0×8 v Pakistan Sahiwal 23 Dec 1977
2 Australia 2 wickets 140 35.0 v West Indies Castries 12 Apr 1978
3 West Indies 4 wickets 128 40.0 v Pakistan Karachi 21 Nov 1980
4 Pakistan 1 wicket 214 35.0 v New Zealand Multan 07 Dec 1984
5 Australia 2 wickets 178 50.0 v England Sharjah 24 Mar 1985
6 England 5 wickets 230 37.0 v West Indies Port of Spain 04 Mar 1986
7 Pakistan 1 wicket 246 50.0 v India Sharjah 18 Apr 1986
8 Pakistan 1 wicket 217 50.0 v West Indies Lahore 16 Oct 1987
9 West Indies 3 wickets 215 50.0 v England Kingston 03 Mar 1990
10 England 4 wickets 224 48.0 v India Jaipur 18 Jan 1993
11 Australia 1 wicket 173 43.0 v West Indies Sydney 01 Jan 1996
12 New Zealand 5 wickets 259 50.0 v Zimbabwe Dhaka 24 Oct 1998
13 South Africa 2 wickets 160 27.0 v West Indies Johannesburg 22 Jan 1999
14 South Africa 2 wickets 192 40.0 v New Zealand Napier 26 Mar 1999
15 Pakistan 2 wickets 196 49.0 v India Brisbane 10 Jan 2000
16 Zimbabwe 2 wickets 223 50.0 v South Africa Durban 02 Feb 2000
17 South Africa 3 wickets 257 50.0 v New Zealand Cape Town 04 Nov 2000
18 West Indies 3 wickets 201 50.0 v South Africa Kingston 28 Apr 2001
19 West Indies 4 wickets 292 50.0 v New Zealand Kingstown 16 Jun 2002
20 South Africa 2 wickets 239 49.0 v West Indies Colombo (SSC) 13 Sep 2002
21 West Indies 4 wickets 284 50.0 v India Jamshedpur 06 Nov 2002
22 Pakistan 3 wickets 316 48.0 v India Ahmedabad 12 Apr 2005
23 Zimbabwe 2 wickets 237 50.0 v Bangladesh Harare 02 Aug 2006
24 New Zealand 1 wicket 225 50.0 v Sri Lanka Queenstown 31 Dec 2006
25 Scotland 3 wickets 281 50.0 v Ireland Nairobi (Gym) 30 Jan 2007
26 South Africa 2 wickets 249 50.0 v New Zealand Durban 25 Nov 2007
27 West Indies 1 wicket 236 50.0 v Sri Lanka Port of Spain 10 Apr 2008
28 New Zealand 1 wicket 246 50.0 v England The Oval 25 Jun 2008
29 New Zealand 2 wickets 182 50.0 v Australia Perth 01 Feb 2009
30 Australia 2 wickets 206 50.0 v Pakistan Centurion 30 Sep 2009
31 South Africa 7 wickets 304 50.0 v West Indies Roseau 30 May 2010
32 Afghanistan 1 wicket 234 50.0 v Kenya Amstelveen 05 Jul 2010
33 Zimbabwe 2 wickets 201 50.0 v Ireland Harare 26 Sep 2010
34 South Africa 1 wicket 261 50.0 v New Zealand Potchefstroom 25 Jan 2013
35 New Zealand 4 wickets 198 23.0 v Sri Lanka Hambantota 12 Nov 2013
36 India 3 wickets 223 50.0 v Bangladesh Dubai (DSC) 28 Sep 2018

It also provides the second occasion of a team winning a one day game  on the last  ball  of the match  against Bangladesh. Zimbabwe had won the game  at Harare  by two  wickets on the last ball of  the match on 02.08.06

No Winner Margin Target Overs Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Zimbabwe 2 wickets 237 50.0 v Bangladesh Harare 02 Aug 2006
2 India 3 wickets 223 50.0 v Bangladesh Dubai (DSC) 28 Sep 2018

 

RV Uthappa owns the record of most runs by a batsman in Vijay Hazare Trophy. MA Agarwal, PK Panchal and A Mukund complete 2000 runs in the tournament as on 27.09.18

RV Uthappa with an aggregate of 2586 runs owns the record for most runs scored by a batsman in Vijay Hazare Trophy. He went past MK Tiwary’s aggregate of 2575 runs which was hitherto the record for most runs by a batsman in the tournament. RV Uthappa went past MK Tiwary when  he was on 14 during his knock of 25 against Madhya Pradesh at Delhi on 26.09.18.

MA Agarwal, PK Panchal, and A Mukund joined the list of batsmen who have compiled 2000 plus runs as at the end 27.09.18 in  the ongoing tournament at various venues in the country.

No Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0 4s 6s
1 RV Uthappa 2008-2018 62 61 01 2586 169 43.10 9 12 3 304 60
2 MK Tiwary 2008-2018 62 59 13 2575 130 55.97 3 20 0 217 42
3 SP Goswami 2008-2018 61 61 05 2489 149* 44.44 6 12 1 281 23
4 KD Karthik 2008-2017 45 43 07 2302 154* 63.94 8 11 1 251 38
5 IR Jaggi 2008-2017 51 51 10 2292 159* 55.90 6 14 5 234 29
6 Yashpal Singh 2008-2018 54 52 12 2221 115* 55.52 5 16 5 218 18
7 Ganesh Satish 2008-2018 61 59 07 2172 140* 41.76 4 14 1 202 22
8 A Mukund 2009-2018 47 47 02 2127 139 47.26 7 11 2 198 15
9 Mandeep Singh 2010-2018 62 58 04 2105 119 38.98 3 14 2 164 28
10 DB Ravi Teja 2008-2018 55 55 10 2095 131 46.55 5 11 2 184 29
11 SS Tiwary 2008-2018 58 55 12 2064 107* 48.00 4 11 2 161 46
12 PK Panchal 2008-2018 49 49 01 2054 129 42.79 3 14 0 221 21
13 MA Agarwal 2012-2018 41 41 00 2030 162 49.51 6 10 3 250 35
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