RG Sharma of India emulates H Masakadza of Zimbabwe in scoring 150 plus runs on two occasions in a one day series

RG Sharma of India scored 152 not out at Guwahati on 21 Oct 18 and 162 against West Indies at Mum-BS on 29 Oct 18. He became the second batsman in the history of one-day internationals to score 150 plus runs on two occasions in a bilateral series. H Masakadza of Zimbabwe is the other batsman to perform such a feat. He had scored 156 at Harare on 12 Oct 2009 and 178 not out at Harare on 18 Oct 2009 against Kenya. It is interesting to note that these two batsmen have performed the feat in the month of October. It is interesting to note that these two batsmen have performed this feat while opening the innings for their respective teams.

H MASAKADZA OF ZIMBABWE
No Runs Pos Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 156 1 1 v Kenya Harare 12 Oct 2009
2 178* 2 1 v Kenya Harare 18 Oct 2009
RG SHARMA OF INDIA
1 152* 1 2 v West Indies Guwahati 21 Oct 2018
2 162 1 1 v West Indies Mum-BS 29 Oct 2018

RG Sharma becomes the first batsman and also the first opening batsman in the history of one day internationals to score 150 plus runs on seven occasions

RG Sharma of India scored 162 against West Indies at Mum-BS on 29 Oct 18. It represents his seventh score of 150 plus runs in one day games. He became the first batsman to score 50 plus runs on  seven occasions in the history of one day internationals.  All such occasions are tabulated below. He also became the first opening batsman to score 150 plus runs on seven occasions.

No Runs Pos Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 209 1 1 v Australia Bengaluru 02 Nov 2013
2 264 2 1 v Sri Lanka Kolkata 13 Nov 2014
3 150 1 2 v South Africa Kanpur 11 Oct 2015
4 171* 1 1 v Australia Perth 12 Jan 2016
5 208* 1 1 v Sri Lanka Mohali 13 Dec 2017
6 152* 1 2 v West Indies Guwahati 21 Oct 2018
7 162 1 1 v West Indies Mum-BS 29 Oct 2018

MS Dhoni requires one more run to reach ten thousand runs representing a nation

MS Dhoni of India requires one more run to complete ten thousand runs in one-day games representing a nation. He would then become the 13th batsman to reach the landmark. The feat of all the other twelve batsmen is furnished below along with the feat of MS Dhoni

No Player Team Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0
1 SR Tendulkar Ind 1989-2012 463 452 41 18426 200* 44.83 49 96 20
2 KC Sangakkara Srl 2000-2015 397 373 40 13975 169 41.96 25 90 15
3 RT Ponting Aus 1995-2012 374 364 39 13589 164 41.81 29 82 20
4 ST Jayasuriya Srl 1989-2011 441 429 18 13364 189 32.51 28 68 34
5 DPMD Jayawardene Srl 1998-2015 443 413 38 12381 144 33.01 18 75 28
6 Inzamam-ul-Haq Pak 1991-2007 375 348 52 11701 137* 39.53 10 83 20
7 JH Kallis RSA 1996-2014 323 309 53 11550 139 45.11 17 86 17
8 SC Ganguly Ind 1992-2007 308 297 23 11221 183 40.95 22 71 16
9 R Dravid Ind 1996-2011 340 314 39 10768 153 39.15 12 82 13
10 BC Lara Win 1990-2007 295 285 32 10348 169 40.90 19 62 14
11 TM Dilshan Srl 1999-2016 330 303 41 10290 161* 39.27 22 47 11
12 V Kohli Ind 2008-2018 215 207 36 10199 183 59.64 38 48 12
13 MS Dhoni Ind 2004-2018 328 278 77 09999 183* 49.74 09 67 09

MS Dhoni of India requires one more run to complete ten thousand runs in one-day games representing a nation. He would then become the fifth Indian batsman to reach the landmark. The feat of all the other four batsmen is furnished below along with the feat of MS Dhoni

No Player Team Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0
1 SR Tendulkar Ind 1989-2012 463 452 41 18426 200* 44.83 49 96 20
2 SC Ganguly Ind 1992-2007 308 297 23 11221 183 40.95 22 71 16
3 R Dravid Ind 1996-2011 340 314 39 10768 153 39.15 12 82 13
4 V Kohli Ind 2008-2018 215 207 36 10199 183 59.64 38 48 12
5 MS Dhoni Ind 2004-2018 328 278 77 09999 183* 49.74 09 67 09

Ranji Trophy preview – 2018/19 season by Sri C Keshava Murthy

The 85th edition of the prestigious domestic tournament – Ranji Trophy – will take off on the 1st of November 2018. As many as 17 matches involving 34 teams will commence on 1st November in the first round of matches.

There has been a slight change in the format for this season. As against participation of 28 teams in three groups in 2017/18, 37 teams in four groups (A,B,C,D)  will be taking part in the 2018/19 season.  Out of the nine additional teams Bihar is reentering the tournament. The other eight new teams are – Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Puducherry, Sikkim, and Uttarakhand. Consequent to this, the number of matches for this season has been almost doubled (160) as compared to 89 in 2017/18. Including Bihar, all other eight new teams will figure in Group D out of which the team which finishes at the top in the league stage will get qualified to play in the knock-out stage. Two teams finishing at the top in Group C will also qualify for the knockouts. The remaining five spots in the knockout will be taken from among the five teams which finish at the top combined from both Group A and B teams. The tournament will consist of 4 Quarter Finals, two Semi-Finals and – One Final which will be held from 2nd February. 

However, Karnataka is scheduled to start its sojourn in the second round commencing on 12th November against the defending champion Vidarbha. Karnataka is placed in Group A along with Baroda, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Mumbai, Railways, Saurashtra, and Vidarbha.

The total number of matches held so far in the Ranji Trophy tournament is 4622 out of which Karnataka’s share is 429 (won 194, lost 63 and drawn 172). Mumbai has the distinction of appearing in most matches 503 (only team to cross the 500 mark) as also registering most number of wins in the tournament. Mumbai has also won the RT title for a record number of 41 times. The next two places are held by Karnataka (8 times) and Delhi (7 times)

Teams which have played 400 or more matches in Ranji Trophy
Teams Played Won Lost Drawn
Mum 503 239 26 238
Del 441 184 58 199
TN 432 158 64 210
Knk 429 194 63 172
Hyd 406 140 76 190
Ben 406 153 66 187
Ranji Trophy Winners
Teams Occasions
Mumbai 41
Karnataka 8
Delhi 7
Baroda 5
Holkar 4
Rajasthan 2
Maharashtra 2
Hyderabad 2
Bengal 2
Railways 2
Tamilnadu 2
Nawanagar 1
West India 1
Haryana 1
Punjab 1
UP 1
Gujarath 1
Vidarbha 1
Total 84

 

Karnataka as Winners in RT
Season Opponents Venue Captain
1973/74 Rajasthan Jaipur EAS Prasanna
1977/78 U Pradesh Mohannagar EAS Prasanna
1982/83 Mumbai Mumbai BP Patel
1995/96 Tamilnadu Chennai A Kumble
1997/98 U Pradeah Bangalore RS Dravid
1998/99 M Pradesh Bangalore S Joshi
2013/14 Maharashtra Hyderabad R Vinay Kumar
2014/15 Tamilnadu Mumbai R Vinay Kumar

Overall records in Ranji Trophy                       

Most Runs
Runs Player Teams Mat Ave
10738 Wasim Jaffer Mum/Vid 138 56.81
9202 AA Muzumdar Mum/Asm/And 136 51.40
9201 DS Bundela MP 145 45.32
8554 MA Manhas Del/J&K 135 48.32
8059 HH Kanitkar Mah 105 58.82

Most Wickets
Wkts Player Team Mat Ave
636 R Goel Har 123 17.29
530 S Venkatraghavan TN 96 18.21
479 SB Joshi Kar 117 23.25
442 ND Hirwani MP 92 23.64
437 BS Chandrasekhar Kar 76 19.11

 

Most Matches
Mat Player Teams
145 DS Bundela MP
138 Wasim Jaffer Mum/Vid
136 AA Majumdar Mum/Asm/And
135 MA Manhas Del/J&K
126 RR Parida Ori/Asm/Raj/Vid/HP

 

Most Hundreds
100s Player Teams Mat
36 Wasim Jaffer Mum/Vid 138
31 Ajay K Sharma Del/J&K 88
28 HH Kanitkar Mah 105
28 AA Muzumdar Mum/Asm/And 136
27 AS Kaypee Har 109

 

Highest Totals
Score Teams Opp Venue Season
944-6 d Hyd And Secunderabad 1993/94
912-6 d TN Goa Panaji 1988/89
912-8 d Hol Knk Indore 1945/46
855-6 d Mum Hyd Mumbai 1990/91
826-4 Mah Kat Pune 1948/49

  

Lowest Totals
Score Teams Opp Venue Season
21 Hyd Raj Jaipur 2010/11
22 S Pun N Ind Amritsar 1934/35
23 Sind S Pun Patiala 1938/39
23 J&K Del Srinagar 1960/61
23 J&K Har Rai 1977/78

 

 

Highest Individual Scores
Runa Batsman Team Opp Venue Season
443* BB Nimbalkar  Mah Kat Pune 1948/49
377 SV Manjrekar Mum Hyd Mumbai 1990/91
366 MV Sridhar Hyd And S’bad 1993/94
359* VM Merchant Mum Mah Mumbai 1943/44
359 SB Gohel Guj Ori Jaipur 2016/17

                                                

Best innings Bowling effor
W-R Bowlers Team Opp Venue Season
10-20 PM Chatterjee Ben Asm Jorhat 1956/57
10-78 P Sunderam Raj Vid Jodhpur 1985/86
9-23 AA Chavan Mum Pun Mumbai 2012/13
9-25 S HyderAli Rly J&K Delhi 1969/70
9-29 FM Shaikh Goa Ser Delhi 2002/03

 

Most Catches
Cts Mts Player Teams
187 137 Wasim Jaffer Mum/Vid
128 136 AA Muzumdar Mum/Asm/And
127 125 SB Bangar Rlys
123 102 AS Chopra Del/Raj/HP
107 79 SS Bhave Mah

 

Most Dismissals
Player Teams Mts Dis Ct/St
VR Samanth Asm/Mum/Tri 94 335 298/37
NV Ojha MP 98 318 282/36
PR Shah Bar 86 302 266/36
SD Jogiyani Sau 96 299 261/38
M Rawat Har/Rly 93 298 267/31

 

 

Four plus wickets by Indian bowlers in a losing cause in one-day internationals

JJ Bumrah of India captured four for 35 against West Indies at Pune-MCA on 27 Oct 2018. His effort was in a losing cause to provide the 29th occasion of an Indian bowler’s four or more wickets in an innings going in vain against various teams. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 DR Doshi 10.0 0 30 4 2 Ind NZl Brisbane 21 Dec 1980
2 N Kapil Dev 12.0 2 43 5 1 Ind Aus Nottingham 13 Jun 1983
3 Maninder Singh 9.0 2 22 4 2 Ind Pak Sharjah 05 Dec 1986
4 RJ Shastri 10.0 0 38 4 2 Ind Pak Kolkata 18 Feb 1987
5 J Srinath 9.0 1 41 5 1 Ind Eng Bengaluru 26 Feb 1993
6 J Srinath 9.2 1 52 4 2 Ind NZl Napier 16 Feb 1995
7 A Kumble 10.0 0 40 4 1 Ind RSA Hamilton 18 Feb 1995
8 A Kuruvilla 8.4 1 43 4 1 Ind Srl Colombo (SSC) 24 Aug 1997
9 A Kumble 10.0 0 53 4 1 Ind Pak Jaipur 24 Mar 1999
10 J Srinath 10.0 0 49 4 2 Ind Pak Brisbane 10 Jan 2000
11 J Srinath 10.0 2 30 4 2 Ind Aus Sydney 14 Jan 2000
12 SR Tendulkar 10.0 0 56 4 2 Ind RSA Faridabad 15 Mar 2000
13 Harbhajan Singh 10.0 1 43 5 1 Ind Eng Mumbai 03 Feb 2002
14 Z Khan 10.0 2 47 4 2 Ind Zim Faridabad 07 Mar 2002
15 J Srinath 10.0 3 23 4 2 Ind NZl Auckland 26 Dec 2002
16 AB Agarkar 9.0 0 37 4 1 Ind Aus Mumbai 01 Nov 2003
17 AB Agarkar 9.3 1 42 6 1 Ind Aus Melbourne 09 Jan 2004
18 A Nehra 10.0 1 59 6 1 Ind Srl Colombo (RPS) 09 Aug 2005
19 MM Patel 9.0 0 49 4 1 Ind Srl Rajkot 11 Feb 2007
20 AB Agarkar 10.0 0 60 4 2 Ind Eng Manchester 30 Aug 2007
21 IK Pathan 10.0 1 41 4 1 Ind Aus Adelaide 17 Feb 2008
22 A Nehra 10.0 0 55 4 1 Ind Pak Centurion 26 Sep 2009
23 A Nehra 9.5 1 47 4 1 Ind NZl Dambulla 10 Aug 2010
24 Mohd Shami 9.0 0 55 4 1 Ind NZl Napier 19 Jan 2014
25 Mohd Shami 9.0 1 66 4 1 Ind Win Kochi 08 Oct 2014
26 UT Yadav 9.0 0 72 4 1 Ind Aus Sydney 26 Mar 2015
27 I Sharma 10.0 0 77 4 1 Ind Aus Canberra 20 Jan 2016
28 UT Yadav 10.0 0 71 4 1 Ind Aus Bengaluru 28 Sep 2017
29 JJ Bumrah 10.0 1 35 4 1 Ind Win Pune-MCA 27 Oct 2018

Bowler’s four plus wickets in a losing cause against West Indies in one day internationals

JJ Bumrah of India captured four for 35 against West Indies at Pune-MCA on 27 Oct 2018. His effort was in a losing cause to provide the 25th occasion of a bowler’s four or more wickets in an innings going in vain against West Indies in one-day internationals.   All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 Sarfraz Nawaz 12.0 1 44 4 2 Pak Win Birmingham 11 Jun 1975
2 GJ Gilmour 12.0 2 48 5 1 Aus Win Lord’s 21 Jun 1975
3 JR Thomson 10.0 0 67 4 1 Aus Win St John’s 22 Feb 1978
4 Asif Iqbal 11.0 0 56 4 1 Pak Win The Oval 20 Jun 1979
5 Sarfraz Nawaz 9.0 2 37 4 1 Pak Win Melbourne 21 Nov 1981
6 LS Pascoe 10.0 1 39 4 1 Aus Win Melbourne 24 Jan 1982
7 SP O’Donnell 10.0 0 65 4 1 Aus Win Perth 04 Jan 1987
8 CJ McDermott 9.2 2 38 4 1 Aus Win Melbourne 15 Dec 1988
9 MG Hughes 7.0 0 44 4 1 Aus Win Sydney 16 Jan 1989
10 Waqar Younis 9.0 0 48 4 2 Pak Win Sharjah 17 Oct 1991
11 Aaqib Javed 8.0 1 31 4 1 Pak Win Faisalabad 24 Nov 1991
12 UC Hathurusingha 8.0 0 57 4 1 Srl Win Berri 13 Mar 1992
13 SL Watkin 9.5 1 49 4 2 Eng Win Kingston 26 Feb 1994
14 PA Strang 7.3 1 40 4 2 Zim Win Hyd-LBS 16 Feb 1996
15 ST Jayasuriya 10.0 0 58 5 1 Srl Win Port of Spain 06 Jun 1997
16 SM Pollock 10.0 2 35 6 1 RSA Win East London 24 Jan 1999
17 Tapash Baisya 5.0 1 16 4 1 Ban Win Kingstown 16 May 2004
18 RM Haq 6.0 0 28 4 2 Sco Win Dublin 12 Jul 2007
19 KJ O’Brien 9.0 0 71 4 1 Ire Win Mohali 11 Mar 2011
20 MJ McClenaghan 9.3 0 58 5 2 NZl Win Auckland 26 Dec 2013
21 Al-Amin Hossain 8.4 0 51 4 2 Ban Win St George’s 20 Aug 2014
22 Al-Amin Hossain 10.0 1 59 4 1 Ban Win Basseterre 25 Aug 2014
23 Mohd Shami 9.0 1 66 4 1 Ind Win Kochi 08 Oct 2014
24 TJ Murtagh 10.0 2 41 4 1 Ire Win Harare 10 Mar 2018
25 JJ Bumrah 10.0 1 35 4 1 Ind Win Pune-MCA 27 Oct 2018

Indian bowlers capturing four or more wickets in an innings against West Indies.

JJ Bumrah of India captured four for 35 against West Indies at Pune-MCA on 27 Oct 2018 to provide the 1758th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in the history of one-day internationals. It also provides the 178th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets in one-day games. It also provides the 16th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets against West Indies in a one day game. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 SK Sharma 7.3 0 26 5 2 Ind Win Sharjah 16 Oct 1988
2 ND Hirwani 10.0 1 50 4 2 Ind Win Sharjah 16 Oct 1988
3 M Prabhakar 9.5 0 30 4 2 Ind Win Sharjah 19 Oct 1991
4 A Kumble 10.0 0 50 4 2 Ind Win Sharjah 19 Oct 1991
5 SR Tendulkar 10.0 1 34 4 1 Ind Win Sharjah 22 Oct 1991
6 N Kapil Dev 10.0 1 54 4 2 Ind Win Adelaide 14 Dec 1991
7 A Kumble 6.1 2 12 6 2 Ind Win Kolkata 27 Nov 1993
8 SLV Raju 10.0 0 58 4 2 Ind Win Kolkata 05 Nov 1994
9 SLV Raju 9.0 0 46 4 2 Ind Win Jaipur 11 Nov 1994
10 N Chopra 6.2 2 21 5 2 Ind Win Toronto 14 Sep 1999
11 A Mishra 10.0 2 31 4 1 Ind Win Trinidad 08 Jun 2011
12 RA Jadeja 10.0 2 36 5 1 Ind Win The Oval 11 Jun 2013
13 Mohd Shami 9.0 1 66 4 1 Ind Win Kochi 08 Oct 2014
14 Mohd Shami 9.3 0 36 4 2 Ind Win Delhi 11 Oct 2014
15 Mohd Shami 10.0 0 48 4 1 Ind Win Kingston 06 Jul 2017
16 JJ Bumrah 10.0 1 35 4 1 Ind Win Pune-MCA 27 Oct 2018

It also provides the sixth occasion of an Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets against West Indies in a one day game on home soil. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 A Kumble 6.1 2 12 6 2 Ind Win Kolkata 27 Nov 1993
2 SLV Raju 10.0 0 58 4 2 Ind Win Kolkata 05 Nov 1994
3 SLV Raju 9.0 0 46 4 2 Ind Win Jaipur 11 Nov 1994
4 Mohd Shami 9.0 1 66 4 1 Ind Win Kochi 08 Oct 2014
5 Mohd Shami 9.3 0 36 4 2 Ind Win Delhi 11 Oct 2014
6 JJ Bumrah 10.0 1 35 4 1 Ind Win Pune-MCA 27 Oct 2018

It also provides the third occasion of an Indian medium pace bowler capturing four wickets against West Indies in a one day game on home soil. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 Mohd Shami 9.0 1 66 4 1 Ind Win Kochi 08 Oct 2014
2 Mohd Shami 9.3 0 36 4 2 Ind Win Delhi 11 Oct 2014
3 JJ Bumrah 10.0 1 35 4 1 Ind Win Pune-MCA 27 Oct 2018

It also represent the best bowling figured by an Indian medium pace bowler against West Indies in a one day game on home soil. The previous  best was 4 for 36 by Mohd Shami at Delhi on 11.10.14.  Both the occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 JJ Bumrah 10.0 1 35 4 1 Ind Win Pune-MCA 27 Oct 2018
2 Mohd Shami 9.3 0 36 4 2 Ind Win Delhi 11 Oct 2014

 

Teams winning a one day game by 200 plus runs margin

India won the fourth one day game by 224 runs against West Indies at Mum-BS on 29.10.18 to provide the 53rd occasion of a team winning a one day game by 200 plus runs margin. All such occasions are tabulated below in the descending order of winning margin.

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 New Zealand won 290 runs v Ireland Aberdeen 01 Jul 2008
2 Australia won 275 runs v Afghanistan Perth 04 Mar 2015
3 South Africa won 272 runs v Zimbabwe Benoni 22 Oct 2010
4 South Africa won 258 runs v Sri Lanka Paarl 11 Jan 2012
5 India won 257 runs v Bermuda Port of Spain 19 Mar 2007
6 South Africa won 257 runs v West Indies Sydney 27 Feb 2015
7 Australia won 256 runs v Namibia Potchefstroom 27 Feb 2003
8 India won 256 runs v Hong Kong Karachi 25 Jun 2008
9 Pakistan won 255 runs v Ireland Dublin (Malahide) 18 Aug 2016
10 Sri Lanka won 245 runs v India Sharjah 29 Oct 2000
11 Pakistan won 244 runs v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 20 Jul 2018
12 Sri Lanka won 243 runs v Bermuda Port of Spain 15 Mar 2007
13 England won 242 runs v Australia Nottingham 19 Jun 2018
14 Sri Lanka won 234 runs v Pakistan Lahore 24 Jan 2009
15 Pakistan won 233 runs v Bangladesh Dhaka 02 Jun 2000
16 Australia won 232 runs v Sri Lanka Adelaide 28 Jan 1985
17 South Africa won 231 runs v Netherlands Mohali 03 Mar 2011
18 Australia won 229 runs v Netherlands Basseterre 18 Mar 2007
19 Ireland won 226 runs v U.A.E. Harare 12 Mar 2018
20 Australia won 224 runs v Pakistan Nairobi (Gym) 30 Aug 2002
21 India won 224 runs v West Indies Mumbai (BS) 29 Oct 2018
22 South Africa won 221 runs v Netherlands Basseterre 16 Mar 2007
23 Sri Lanka won 219 runs v England Colombo (RPS) 23 Oct 2018
24 Pakistan won 217 runs v Sri Lanka Sharjah 17 Apr 2002
25 Australia won 215 runs v New Zealand St George’s 20 Apr 2007
26 West Indies won 215 runs v Netherlands Delhi 28 Feb 2011
27 South Africa won 214 runs v India Mumbai 25 Oct 2015
28 South Africa won 212 runs v Zimbabwe Centurion 10 Nov 2009
29 England won 210 runs v New Zealand Birmingham 09 Jun 2015
30 New Zealand won 210 runs v U.S.A. The Oval 10 Sep 2004
31 Sri Lanka won 210 runs v Canada Hambantota 20 Feb 2011
32 South Africa won 209 runs v West Indies Cape Town 25 Jan 2004
33 Australia won 208 runs v India Sydney 08 Feb 2004
34 South Africa won 208 runs v Kenya Cape Town 22 Oct 2001
35 West Indies won 208 runs v Canada Kingston 13 Apr 2010
36 New Zealand won 206 runs v Australia Adelaide 27 Jan 1986
37 South Africa won 206 runs v Ireland Benoni 25 Sep 2016
38 South Africa won 206 runs v Bangladesh Dhaka 19 Mar 2011
39 Sri Lanka won 206 runs v Netherlands Colombo (RPS) 16 Sep 2002
40 Pakistan won 205 runs v Kenya Hambantota 23 Feb 2011
41 New Zealand won 204 runs v West Indies Christchurch 23 Dec 2017
42 Australia won 203 runs v Scotland Basseterre 14 Mar 2007
43 West Indies won 203 runs v New Zealand Hamilton 08 Jan 2014
44 England won 202 runs v India Lord’s 07 Jun 1975
45 New Zealand won 202 runs v Zimbabwe Napier 09 Feb 2012
46 South Africa won 202 runs v Kenya Nairobi (Gym) 03 Oct 1996
47 Zimbabwe won 202 runs v Kenya Dhaka 27 Mar 1999
48 Pakistan won 201 runs v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 13 Jul 2018
49 South Africa won 201 runs v Ireland Canberra 03 Mar 2015
50 Australia won 200 runs v Scotland Edinburgh 03 Sep 2013
51 India won 200 runs v Bangladesh Dhaka 11 Apr 2003
52 New Zealand won 200 runs v India Dambulla 10 Aug 2010
53 South Africa won 200 runs v Bangladesh East London 22 Oct 2017

It also provides the fourth occasion of India winning a one-day game by 200 plus runs margin. All such occasions are listed below

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India won 257 runs v Bermuda Port of Spain 19 Mar 2007
2 India won 256 runs v Hong Kong Karachi 25 Jun 2008
3 India won 224 runs v West Indies Mumbai (BS) 29 Oct 2018
4 India won 200 runs v Bangladesh Dhaka 11 Apr 2003

It also provides the fourth occasion of West Indies losing a one-day game by 200 plus runs margin. All such occasions are tabulated below.It also represents the second largest defeat for West Indies by runs margin.

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 South Africa won 257 runs v West Indies Sydney 27 Feb 2015
2 India won 224 runs v West Indies Mumbai (BS) 29 Oct 2018
3 South Africa won 209 runs v West Indies Cape Town 25 Jan 2004
4 New Zealand won 204 runs v West Indies Christchurch 23 Dec 2017

AT Rayudu of India joins the elite list of batsmen who are dismissed run out for an exact 100 in the annals of one day internationals

AT Rayudu of India was dismissed run out for 100 against West Indies at Mum-BS on 29.10.18 to provide the sixth occasion of a batsman dismissed run out for an exact 100 in the annals of one-day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below. He became the second Indian batsman to be dismissed run out for an exact 100 in a one-day game. Prior to this, SC Ganguly was dismissed run out for an exact 100 against Australia at Melbourne on 12.01.00

No Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 CA Best 100 2 Win Eng Georgetown 07 Mar 1990
2 DC Boon 100 2 Aus NZl Auckland 22 Feb 1992
3 SC Ganguly 100 2 Ind Aus Melbourne 12 Jan 2000
4 SM Ervine 100 2 Zim Ind Adelaide 24 Jan 2004
5 KS Williamson 100 1 NZl Aus Birmingham 02 Jun 2017
6 AT Rayudu 100 1 Ind Win Mumbai (BS) 29 Oct 2018

Teams posting 300 plus runs on three or more occasions in a bilateral one day series

India posted a team total of 326 for 2 at Guwahati on 21 Oct 18, 321 for 6 at Vizag on 24 Oct18 and 377 for 5 at Mumbai-BS on 29 Oct 18 to provide the 24th occasion of a team posting a total of 300 plus runs on three or more occasions in a bilateral one day series. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Opposition Venue Series Inns
1 West Indies India India 2002-03 3
2 Pakistan Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 2002-03 4
3 Pakistan India India 2004-05 3
4 Sri Lanka England England 2006 3
5 Asia XI Africa XI India 2007 3
6 India England England 2007 3
7 Australia India India 2007-08 3
8 Pakistan Bangladesh Pakistan 2007-08 3
9 India Srl Lanka India 2009-10 3
10 Sri Lanka India Srl Lanka 2009-10 3
11 Australia India India 2013-15 5
12 India Australia India 2013-14 4
13 England New Zealand England 2015 4
14 New Zealand England England 2015 3
15 Australia India Australia 2015-16 4
16 India Australia Australia 2015-16 4
17 South Africa Australia South Africa 2016-17 3
18 England India India 2016-17 3
19 India England India 2016-17 3
20 South Africa Sri  Lanka South Africa 2016-17 3
21 Sri Lanka Zimbabwe Sri Lanka 2017 3
22 England Australia England 2018 3
23 Pakistan Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 2018 3
24 India West Indies India 2018-19 3

India posted a team total of 326 for 2 at Guwahati on 21 Oct 18, 321 for 6 at Vizag on 24 Oct18 and 377 for 5 at Mumbai-BS on 29 Oct 18 to provide the sixth occasion of India posting a total of 300 plus runs on three or more occasions in a bilateral one day series. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Opposition Venue Series Inns
1 India England England 2007 3
2 India Srl Lanka India 2009-10 3
3 India Australia India 2013-14 4
4 India Australia Australia 2015-16 4
5 India England India 2016-17 3
6 India West Indies India 2018-19 3

India posted a team total of 326 for 2 at Guwahati on 21 Oct 18, 321 for 6 at Vizag on 24 Oct18 and 377 for 5 at Mumbai-BS on 29 Oct 18 to provide the tenth occasion of a team posting a total of 300 plus runs on three or more occasions in a bilateral one day series played on Indian soil All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Opposition Venue Series Inns
1 West Indies India India 2002-03 3
2 Pakistan India India 2004-05 3
3 Asia XI Africa XI India 2007 3
4 Australia India India 2007-08 3
5 India Srl Lanka India 2009-10 3
6 Australia India India 2013-15 5
7 India Australia India 2013-14 4
8 England India India 2016-17 3
9 India England India 2016-17 3
10 India West Indies India 2018-19 3

 

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