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

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