Ranji Trophy 2018-19 – Points table at the end of the third round

The following table furnishes the points earned by each team at the end of the third round of the ongoing Ranji Trophy 2018-19

RANJI TROPHY POINTS TABLE AT THE END OF THE THIRD ROUND
Elite, Group A
No   TEAM M W L T D N/R PT NRR FOR AGAINST
1   Saurashtra 3 1 0 0 2 0 12 -0.139 1631/536.1 1539/483.5
2   Gujarat 3 1 0 0 2 0 10 +0.523 1828/524.0 1332/449.1
3   Karnataka 2 0 0 0 2 0 6 +0.247 1024/347.4 0913/338.2
4   Vidarbha 3 0 0 0 3 0 5 -0.027 1685/572.2 1350/454.2
5   Baroda 3 0 1 0 2 0 4 +0.346 1754/501.3 1484/470.5
6   Mumbai 2 0 0 0 2 0 4 -0.060 1110/367.5 0877/285.0
7   Maharashtra 2 0 0 0 2 0 4 -0.345 0828/262.1 1353/386.1
8   Railways 3 0 1 0 2 0 4 -0.355 1238/429.5 1785/551.4
9   Chhattisgarh 3 0 0 0 3 0 3 -0.162 1294/419.0 1759/541.1
Elite, Group B
No   TEAM M W L T D N/R PT NRR FOR AGAINST
1   Kerala 3 2 0 0 1 0 13 +0.611 1201/390.2 0928/376.2
2   Bengal 3 0 1 0 2 0 6 -0.027 1424/445.5 1234/383.1
3   Hyderabad 3 0 0 0 3 0 5 -0.031 1409/511.3 1243/446.1
4   Tamil Nadu 3 0 0 0 3 0 5 -0.072 0899/344.2 1182/440.3
5   Madhya Pradesh 3 0 0 0 3 0 5 -0.685 1350/491.1 1304/379.5
6   Delhi 2 0 0 0 2 0 4 _0.346 0937/288.0 1105/380.0
7   Andhra 3 0 1 0 2 0 4 -0.111 1016/403.5 1141/434.2
8   Punjab 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 +0.586 1074/342.0 0805/315.1
9   Himachal Pradesh 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 -0.555 0813/281.3 1181/343.0
Elite, Group C
No   TEAM M W L T D N/R PT NRR FOR AGAINST
1   Rajasthan 3 3 0 0 0 0 18 -0.090 1570/524.2 1402/454.3
2   Uttar Pradesh 3 2 0 0 1 0 17 +0.458 1580/463.5 1279/433.5
3   Jharkhand 3 1 1 0 1 0 9 +0.471 1116/342.3 1070/383.5
4   Haryana 3 1 1 0 1 0 9 +0.229 1056/356.0 1064/388.4
5   Jammu & Kashmir 3 1 1 0 1 0 7 +0.369 1521/459.1 1548/525.5
6   Assam 3 1 1 0 1 0 7 -0.104 1257/407.1 1185/371.2
7   Odisha 3 1 1 0 1 0 7 -0.150 1324/441.1 1176/373.1
8   Tripura 3 0 2 0 1 0 3 -0.392 1429/476.1 1453/428.1
9   Goa 3 0 2 0 1 0 3 -0.644 1103/429.3 1538/478.5
10   Services 3 0 1 0 2 0 2 -0.109 1379/462.5 1620/524.3
Plate Group
No   TEAM M W L T D N/R PT NRR FOR AGAINST
1   Uttarakhand 3 3 0 0 0 0 20 +0.646 1140/325.4 0955/334.3
2   Meghalaya 3 2 0 0 1 0 13 +0.655 1104/316.0 1292/455.1
3   Sikkim 3 2 1 0 0 0 13 +0.086 1231/364.4 1379/419.1
4   Nagaland 3 1 2 0 0 0 7 -0.011 1459/426.0 1132/329.3
5   Manipur 3 1 2 0 0 0 6 -0.209 1005/319.5 1034/308.3
6   Puducherry 2 0 0 0 1 1 4 +0.055 0518/174.4 0326/112.0
7   Arunachal Pradesh 2 0 1 0 1 0 3 -0.916 0848/282.0 0684/174.2
8   Bihar 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 -0.086 0229/073.0 0231/071.4
9   Mizoram 3 0 2 0 1 0 1 -0.703 918/297.3 1419/374.3

 

Ranji Trophy 2018-19 – Results of the matches of the second and third round

The fourth round of Ranji Trophy 2018-19 is being played at various venues in the country from November 28. We bring you the  results of the second and third rounds of  the tournament in the following tables

RANJI TROPHY 2018-19 – MATCH RESULTS – SECOND ROUND
No Team 1 Team 2 Winner Margin Ground Match Date
1 Baroda Maharashtra Drawn   Vadodara Nov 12-15, 2018
2 Bengal M. Pradesh Drawn   Kolkata Nov 12-15, 2018
3 Delhi H. Pradesh Drawn   Delhi Nov 12-15, 2018
4 Goa J + K Drawn   Porvorim Nov 12-15, 2018
5 Gujarat Chhattisgarh Drawn   Valsad Nov 12-15, 2018
6 Haryana Jharkhand Jharkhand 009 wkts Rohtak Nov 12-13, 2018
7 Kerala Andhra Kerala 009 wkts Thumba Nov 12-15, 2018
8 Mizoram Arunachal Drawn   Jorhat Nov 12-15, 2018
9 Nagaland Sikkim Sikkim 009 wkts Sovima Nov 12-14, 2018
10 Odisha U. Pradesh U. Pradesh 010 wkts Bhubaneswar Nov 12-15, 2018
11 Puducherry Meghalaya Drawn   Puducherry Nov 12-15, 2018
12 Rajasthan Services Rajasthan 005 wkts Jaipur Nov 12-15, 2018
13 Saurashtra Railways Saurashtra 003 wkts Rajkot Nov 12-15, 2018
14 Tamil Nadu Hyderabad Drawn   Tirunelveli Nov 12-15, 2018
15 Tripura Assam Assam 211 runs Agartala Nov 12-15, 2018
16 Uttarakhand Manipur Uttarakhand 008 wkts Dehradun Nov 12-14, 2018
17 Vidarbha Karnataka Drawn   Nagpur Nov 12-15, 2018
RANJI TROPHY 2018-19 – MATCH RESULTS – THIRD  ROUND
No Team 1 Team 2 Winner Margin Ground Match Date
1 Andhra Tamil Nadu Drawn   Ongole Nov 20-23, 2018
2 Assam Odisha Odisha 009 wkts Guwahati Nov 20-22, 2018
3 Bengal Kerala Kerala 009 wkts Kolkata Nov 20-22, 2018
4 Chhattisgarh Railways Drawn   Raipur Nov 20-23, 2018
5 Gujarat Saurashtra Drawn   Nadiad Nov 20-23, 2018
6 Haryana Goa Haryana 143 runs Rohtak Nov 20-23, 2018
7 Hyderabad Delhi Drawn   Hyd-RGS Nov 20-23, 2018
8 J + K Tripura J + K 008 wkts Srinagar Nov 20-23, 2018
9 Jharkhand Rajasthan Rajasthan 092 runs Ranchi Nov 20-23, 2018
10 Karnataka Mumbai Drawn   Belgavi Nov 20-23, 2018
11 M. Pradesh Punjab Drawn   Indore Nov 20-23, 2018
12 Meghalaya Nagaland Meghalaya 006 wkts Shillong Nov 20-23, 2018
13 Mizoram Manipur Manipur 008 wkts Jorhat Nov 20-22, 2018
14 Puducherry Bihar no result   Puducherry Nov 20-23, 2018
15 Services U. Pradesh Drawn   Delhi Nov 20-23, 2018
16 Sikkim Uttarakhand Uttarakhand inns & 178 runs Bhubaneswar Nov 20-23, 2018
17 Vidarbha Baroda Drawn   Nagpur Nov 20-23, 2018

Mithali Raj accuses coach Ramesh Powar of humiliating her

Legendary Indian batter Mitahli Raj has accused coach Ramesh Powar of humiliating her during the recently-concluded Women’s T20 World Cup.

She has accused Powar of discrimination and bias in a letter addressed to the BCCI. She has admitted that she was baffled at the decision to leave her out of the semi-final which India lost to England and pointed out that Powar had issues with her ever since the team landed in the Caribbean islands.

“My issues with the coach started immediately as we landed in the West Indies. At first, there were small signs that his behaviour towards me was unfair and discriminatory but I did not bother much about it. Right from the Sri Lanka tour to Australia A matches I opened the innings and in the World Cup warm-up games too I had done the same. One day before the game after I came out of the nets, he walked up to me and informed me that he wanted me to bat in the middle order as we needed depth in the middle order against New Zealand. For instance, walking off if I am sitting anywhere around, watching in the nets when others bat but choosing to walk away when I am batting in nets if I try to go up to him to talk to start looking into his phone and keep walking. It was embarrassing and very evident to everyone that I was being humiliated,” she wrote in a letter to BCCI.

The decision to drop Mithali in the semis created a lot of controversies as many fans pointed fingers at the team management for taking such a huge decision and Mithali’s manager Aneesha Gupta went a step further and termed skipper Harmanpreet Kaur “manipulative, lying, immature, undeserving captain” on Twitter for dropping her client.

Mithali cleared the air surrounding Kaur as she affirmed that her relationship with the right-hander is still intact and Kaur had no other option but to obey the coach’s order ahead of the game.

“I would also like to point out that I have nothing against the T20 captain Harmanpreet Kaur except for the fact that her call to support the decision of the coach to leave me out of the eleven was baffling and hurtful. I wanted to win the World Cup for my country and it hurts me because we lost a golden opportunity,” Mithali addressed in the letter which was reported by India Today.

Mithali threatened to quit, threw tantrums, created chaos: Powar tells BCCI

New Delhi, Nov 28 (PTI) Mithali Raj threatened to retire midway through the World T20 after being denied the opening slot, Indian women’s cricket coach Ramesh Powar has alleged in his report to the BCCI which also accuses the senior player of throwing tantrums and creating chaos.

In the report, which is in possession of PTI, Powar presented his version of the events that led to the breakdown of his equation with the seasoned batter. Powar’s report comes a day after the Mithali alleged that the former spinner was out to destroy her and humiliated her during the tournament in the West Indies.

Powar’s 10-page tour report is almost entirely focussed on Mithali, taking up nearly five pages in all. He met BCCI CEO Rahul Johri and GM (Cricket Operations) Saba Karim at the Board headquarters in Mumbai on Wednesday to submit it.

“I hope Mithali stops blackmailing, pressurizing coaches and putting her interest first then the team,” Powar said while summarising Mithali’s performance on the tour.

Powar said the decision to push her down the order was taken after due consultation with her but still led to a furor

“Before Pakistan match, video analyst Pushkar Sawant came to my room and said that fielding coach Biju George has conveyed to him that Mithali is upset with the batting order and packed her bags with the announcement of retirement in the morning,” Powar wrote in his report.

“I was saddened by her attitude and it gave me an impression that Mithali Raj comes first and then India. She threw a lot of tantrums and created a lot of chaos,” he stated.

Mithali’s controversial dropping from the semifinal against England, which India lost by eight wickets, triggered a storm and the 35-year-old has said that the axing left her in tears.

Responding to Mithali’s charge that he asked her to not even show up at the ground for the league match against Australia, Powar said he merely asked her to rest at the hotel to recover from a niggle.

“She couldn’t understand her role and adapt to the team plan and played for her personal milestones,” the former Mumbai and India off-spinner wrote.

Powar also wrote that she couldn’t field outside the inner circle due to fitness issues and that her attitude affected the team’s preparations for the semifinals.

“Her irresponsible behavior took my time away as I was supposed to speak with few players regarding preparations of all important semifinal match, which could not happen,” he alleged.

“It’s not always about individual milestones, it’s always about team strategies and executions (team first).”

On Tuesday, Raj had also accused Committee of Administrators member Diana Edulji of bias. The ODI captain stated that Edulji used her position against her and made her feel vulnerable.

Edulji has not yet reacted to the allegations made by Raj. The 40-year-old Powar’s interim tenure comes to an end on Friday.

Even though he will be free to apply for the post when fresh applications are invited, there is little chance that he will be retained as his player management skills have come under the scanner due to this incident

Indian Women create the following records in the just concluded ICC Women’s World T20

M Raj of India has an aggregate of 726 runs in ICC Women’s World T20 at the end of the just concluded tournament. She became first Indian batswoman to total 700 plus runs in the tournament and also the fifth batswoman to have an aggregate of 700 plus runs in the tournament.  M Raj occupies the fourth place in the list of batswomen who have scored most runs in the tournament.

No Player Team Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0 4s 6s
1 SW Bates NZl 2009-2018 28 28 2 881 94* 33.88 0 6 1 102 7
2 SR Taylor Win 2009-2018 26 26 4 797 59 36.22 0 6 2 74 10
3 CM Edwards Eng 2009-2016 24 24 3 768 80 36.57 0 5 0 99 4
4 M Raj Ind 2009-2018 24 23 5 726 57 40.33 0 5 1 79 1
5 MM Lanning Aus 2012-2018 23 22 3 711 126 37.42 1 4 1 91 9

M Raj of India scored two half-centuries in the just concluded tournament which fetched her five half-centuries in the tournament. She became the first Indian batswoman to score four half-centuries in the tournament and also the fourth batswoman to achieve such a feat in the tournament.

No Player Team Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave HC
1 SW Bates NZl 2009-2018 28 28 2 881 94* 33.88 6
2 SR Taylor Win 2009-2018 26 26 4 797 59 36.22 6
3 CM Edwards Eng 2009-2016 24 24 3 768 80 36.57 5
4 M Raj Ind 2009-2018 24 23 5 726 57 40.33 5

M Raj of India scored two fifties in the just concluded tournament which fetched her five fifties in the tournament. She became the first Indian batswoman to score five fifties in the tournament and also the fifth batswoman to achieve such a feat in the tournament.

No Player Team Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+
1 SW Bates NZl 2009-2018 28 28 2 881 94* 33.88 0 6 6
2 SR Taylor Win 2009-2018 26 26 4 797 59 36.22 0 6 6
3 CM Edwards Eng 2009-2016 24 24 3 768 80 36.57 0 5 5
4 M Raj Ind 2009-2018 24 23 5 726 57 40.33 0 5 5
5 MM Lanning Aus 2012-2018 23 22 3 711 126 37.42 1 4 5

T Bhatia of India effected eleven dismissals in this edition to own the record for most dismissals in an ICC Women’s WT20 edition. The previous record was eight dismissals and was credited to RH Priest of  New Zealand who had effected eight dismissals in 2010 edition. AJ Healy of Australia also effected eight dismissals in the just-concluded edition of 2018. T Bhatia also earned the distinction of becoming the first wicketkeeper to effect ten or more dismissals in a single edition of ICC Women’s WT20.

T Bhatia of India effected nine stumping dismissals in this edition to own the record for most stumping dismissals in a ICC Women’s WT20 edition. The previous record was six stumping dismissals and was credited to Batool Fatima of Pakistan who had effected six stumping dismissals in 2012 edition and 2014 edition.

V Krishnamurthy of India shared the record for most catches excluding wicketkeepers in an ICC Women’s WT20 edition with C Henry of West Indies. Both the fields women pouched six catches in the just concluded edition. The previous record was five catches. JE Cameron of Australia in 2012,  JE Gunn of England in 2012 and LS Greenway of England in 2014 were the three fields women who had pouched five catches. Nida Dar of Pakistan pouched five catches in the just concluded 2018 edition.

No Player Team Mat Inns Dis Ct St Year
1 CA Henry Win 4 4 6 6 0 2018
2 V Krishnamurthy Ind 5 5 6 6 0 2018
3 JE Cameron Aus 5 5 5 5 0 2012
4 JL Gunn Eng 5 5 5 5 0 2012
5 LS Greenway Eng 6 6 5 5 0 2014
6 Nida Dar Pak 4 4 5 5 0 2018

V Krishnamurthy of India pouched four catches against Australia at Providence on 17.11.18 to own the record for most catches in an innings by a fields woman in an edition of ICC Women’s World T20. The previous record was three  catches and  was shared by five fields women as detailed in the following table

No Player Dis Ct St Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 V Krishnamurthy 4 4 0 2 Ind Aus Providence 17 Nov 2018
2 P Roy 3 3 0 1 Ind Pak Taunton 13 Jun 2009
3 SACA King 3 3 0 1 Win NZl Gros Islet 14 May 2010
4 JE Cameron 3 3 0 1 Aus Ind Galle 27 Sep 2012
5 M Kapp 3 3 0 1 RSA Pak Col-Moors 03 Oct 2012
6 NR Sciver 3 3 0 2 Eng Ban Sylhet 28 Mar 2014

H Kaur of India scored 103 against New Zealand at Providence on 09.11.18 to become the third batswoman to score a century in ICC Women’s World T20. She became the first Indian batswoman to achieve the feat. All the three centuries are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 DJS Dottin 112* 1 Win RSA Basseterre 05 May 2010
2 MM Lanning 126 1 Aus Ire Sylhet 27 Mar 2014
3 H Kaur 103 1 Ind NZl Providence 09 Nov 2018

H Kaur of India scored 103 against New Zealand at Providence on 09.11.18 to become the second captain to score a century in ICC Women’s World T20. She became the first Indian captain to achieve the feat. Both the three centuries are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 MM Lanning 126 1 Aus Ire Sylhet 27 Mar 2014
2 H Kaur 103 1 Ind NZl Providence 09 Nov 2018

JI Rodrigues and H Kaur of India added 134 runs for the fourth wicket against New Zealand at Providence on 09 Nov 18 to provide the 13th occasion of batswomen posting a three figure partnership in ICC Women’s World T20.It also represents the second best partnership in the tournament for any wicket.

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 L Lee, D van Niekerk 1 163* 1 RSA Pak Sylhet 23 Mar 2014
2 H Kaur, JI Rodrigues 4 134 1 Ind NZl Providence 09 Nov 2018

JI Rodrigues and H Kaur of India added 134 runs for the fourth wicket against New Zealand at Providence on 09 Nov 18 to provide the first occasion of batswomen posting a three figure partnership for the fourth wicket in ICC Women’s World T20. It also represents the best partnership for the fourth wicket in the tournament. The previous best was 91 runs partnership between SM Benade and C Brits of South Africa against New Zealand at Taunton on 15.06.09

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 H Kaur, JI Rodrigues 4 134 1 Ind NZl Providence 09 Nov 2018
2 SM Benade, C Brits 4 091 1 RSA NZl Taunton 15 Jun 2009

 

Teams winning all the three tests in an away three test series

England won the just concluded three test away series against Sri Lanka by winning all the three tests to provide the seventh occasion of a team winning the three test away series by winning all the three tests. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Opposition Season Venue Mat Won Winner
1 England South Africa 1895/96 South Africa 3 3 England
2 England New Zealand 1962/63 New Zealand 3 3 England
3 Australia New Zealand 1999/00 New Zealand 3 3 Australia
4 Australia Sri Lanka 2003/04 Sri Lanka 3 3 Australia
5 Australia South Africa 2005/06 South Africa 3 3 Australia
6 India Sri Lanka 2017 Sri Lanka 3 3 India
7 England Sri Lanka 2018/19 Sri Lanka 3 3 England

England won the just concluded three test away series against Sri Lanka by winning all the three tests to provide the third occasion of England winning the three test away series by winning all the three tests. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Opposition Season Venue Mat Won Winner
1 England South Africa 1895/96 South Africa 3 3 England
2 England New Zealand 1962/63 New Zealand 3 3 England
3 England Sri Lanka 2018/19 Sri Lanka 3 3 England

Sri Lanka lost the just concluded three-test home series against England by losing all the three tests to provide the third occasion of a Sri Lanka losing the three-test home series by losing all the three tests. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Team Opposition Season Venue Mat Won Winner
1 Australia Sri Lanka 2003/04 Sri Lanka 3 3 Australia
2 India Sri Lanka 2017 Sri Lanka 3 3 India
3 England Sri Lanka 2018/19 Sri Lanka 3 3 England

New Zealand and South Africa lost two home test series by losing all the three tests. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Opposition Season Venue Mat Won Winner
1 England New Zealand 1962/63 New Zealand 3 3 England
2 Australia New Zealand 1999/00 New Zealand 3 3 Australia
               
1 England South Africa 1895/96 South Africa 3 3 England
2 Australia South Africa 2005/06 South Africa 3 3 Australia

New Zealand dismissed all out for a total of 100 and less than 100 runs in a test innings

New Zealand was dismissed for 90 in the first innings against Pakistan in the just concluded test at Dubai-DSC to provide the 229th occasion of a team dismissed all out for a total of 100 and less than 100 runs in test innings. It also provides the 27th occasion of New Zealand dismissed all out for a total of 100 and less than 100 runs in test innings. It also provides the 15th occasion of a team dismissed all out for a total of 100 and less than 100 runs in a test innings against Pakistan. It also provides the sixth occasion of New Zealand dismissed all out for a total of 100 and less than 100 runs in a test innings against Pakistan. The following table lists all such occasions.

NEW ZEALAND DISMISSED FOR A TOTAL  OF 100 AND LESS THAN

100 RUNS IN A TEST INNINGS

No Team Score Opposition Ground Start Date
1 New Zealand 42 v Australia Wellington 29 Mar 1946
2 New Zealand 54 v Australia Wellington 29 Mar 1946
3 New Zealand 100 v South Africa Johannesburg 24 Dec 1953
4 New Zealand 79 v South Africa Johannesburg 29 Jan 1954
5 New Zealand 26 v England Auckland 25 Mar 1955
6 New Zealand 70 v Pakistan Dhaka 07 Nov 1955
7 New Zealand 74 v West Indies Dunedin 03 Feb 1956
8 New Zealand 94 v England Birmingham 05 Jun 1958
9 New Zealand 47 v England Lord’s 19 Jun 1958
10 New Zealand 74 v England Lord’s 19 Jun 1958
11 New Zealand 67 v England Leeds 03 Jul 1958
12 New Zealand 85 v England Manchester 24 Jul 1958
13 New Zealand 89 v England Auckland 23 Feb 1963
14 New Zealand 79 v Pakistan Rawalpindi 27 Mar 1965
15 New Zealand 65 v England Christchurch 25 Feb 1971
16 New Zealand 97 v England Nottingham 07 Jun 1973
17 New Zealand 67 v England Lord’s 24 Aug 1978
18 New Zealand 100 v India Wellington 21 Feb 1981
19 New Zealand 94 v West Indies Bridgetown 26 Apr 1985
20 New Zealand 93 v Pakistan Hamilton 02 Jan 1993
21 New Zealand 73 v Pakistan Lahore 01 May 2002
22 New Zealand 94 v India Hamilton 19 Dec 2002
23 New Zealand 76 v Australia Brisbane 18 Nov 2004
24 New Zealand 99 v Pakistan Wellington 03 Dec 2009
25 New Zealand 45 v South Africa Cape Town 02 Jan 2013
26 New Zealand 68 v England Lord’s 16 May 2013
27 New Zealand 90 v Pakistan Dubai (DSC) 24 Nov 2018
TEAMS DISMISSED FOR A TOTAL  OF 100 AND LESS THAN 100 RUNS

IN A TEST INNINGS AGAINST PAKISTAN

No Team Score Opposition Ground Start Date
1 New Zealand 70 v Pakistan Dhaka 07 Nov 1955
2 Australia 80 v Pakistan Karachi 11 Oct 1956
3 West Indies 76 v Pakistan Dhaka 06 Mar 1959
4 New Zealand 79 v Pakistan Rawalpindi 27 Mar 1965
5 West Indies 53 v Pakistan Faisalabad 24 Oct 1986
6 New Zealand 93 v Pakistan Hamilton 02 Jan 1993
7 Sri Lanka 71 v Pakistan Kandy 26 Aug 1994
8 New Zealand 73 v Pakistan Lahore 01 May 2002
9 Bangladesh 96 v Pakistan Peshawar 27 Aug 2003
10 Sri Lanka 73 v Pakistan Kandy 03 Apr 2006
11 New Zealand 99 v Pakistan Wellington 03 Dec 2009
12 Australia 88 v Pakistan Leeds 21 Jul 2010
13 England 72 v Pakistan Abu Dhabi 25 Jan 2012
14 Sri Lanka 96 v Pakistan Dubai (DSC) 06 Oct 2017
15 New Zealand 90 v Pakistan Dubai (DSC) 24 Nov 2018
NEW ZEALAND DISMISSED FOR A TOTAL  OF 100 AND LESS THAN

100 RUNS IN A TEST INNINGS AGAINST PAKISTAN

No Team Score Opposition Ground Start Date
1 New Zealand 70 v Pakistan Dhaka 07 Nov 1955
2 New Zealand 79 v Pakistan Rawalpindi 27 Mar 1965
3 New Zealand 93 v Pakistan Hamilton 02 Jan 1993
4 New Zealand 73 v Pakistan Lahore 01 May 2002
5 New Zealand 99 v Pakistan Wellington 03 Dec 2009
6 New Zealand 90 v Pakistan Dubai (DSC) 24 Nov 2018

 

Bowlers capturing fourteen or more wickets in test with five plus wickets haul in each innings

 

Yasir Shah of Pakistan captured 14 for 184 in the just concluded test against New Zealand at Dubai-DSC with 8 for 41 in the first innings and 6 for 143 in the second innings. His feat of 14 wickets in a test with five plus wicket haul in each innings provides the 23rd occasion of a bowler capturing 14 plus wickets in a test with five-plus wicket hauls in each innings of a test. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 FR Spofforth 64.3×4 33 090 14 Aus Eng The Oval 28 Aug 1882
2 W Bates 59.2×4 28 102 14 Eng Aus Melbourne 19 Jan 1883
3 J Briggs 33.3×4 16 028 15 Eng SAF Cape Town 25 Mar 1889
4 GA Lohmann 25.3×5 11 045 15 Eng SAF Port Elizabeth 13 Feb 1896
5 W Rhodes 30.2 3 124 15 Eng Aus Melbourne 01 Jan 1904
6 C Blythe 38.3 10 099 15 Eng SAF Leeds 29 Jul 1907
7 SF Barnes 65.3 16 159 17 Eng SAF Johannesburg 26 Dec 1913
8 SF Barnes 61.5 17 144 14 Eng SAF Durban 14 Feb 1914
9 CV Grimmett 96.2 28 199 14 Aus SAF Adelaide 29 Jan 1932
10 H Verity 58.3 23 104 15 Eng Aus Lord’s 22 Jun 1934
11 AV Bedser 55.5 23 099 14 Eng Aus Nottingham 11 Jun 1953
12 JC Laker 68.0 27 090 19 Eng Aus Manchester 26 Jul 1956
13 JM Patel 61.3 23 124 14 Ind Aus Kanpur 19 Dec 1959
14 RAL Massie 60.1 16 137 16 Aus Eng Lord’s 22 Jun 1972
15 MA Holding 53.4 15 149 14 Win Eng The Oval 12 Aug 1976
16 Imran Khan 52.2 11 116 14 Pak Srl Lahore 22 Mar 1982
17 RJ Hadlee 52.3 13 123 15 NZl Aus Brisbane 08 Nov 1985
18 ND Hirwani 33.5 6 136 16 Ind Win Chennai 11 Jan 1988
19 M Muralitharan 113.5 41 220 16 Srl Eng The Oval 27 Aug 1998
20 Harbhajan Singh 80.1 26 217 15 Ind Aus Chennai 18 Mar 2001
21 WPUJC Vaas 57.2 8 191 14 Srl Win Colombo (SSC) 29 Nov 2001
22 HMRKB Herath 55.2 5 184 14 Srl Pak Colombo (SSC) 14 Aug 2014
23 Yasir Shah 57.2 10 184 14 Pak NZl Dubai (DSC) 24 Nov 2018

Yasir Shah of Pakistan captured 14 for 184 in the just concluded test against New Zealand at Dubai-DSC with 8 for 41 in the first innings and 6 for 143 in the second innings. His feat of 14 wickets in a test with five-plus wicket haul in each innings provides the 13th occasion of a spin bowler capturing 14 plus wickets in a test with five-plus wicket hauls in each innings of a test. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 W Bates 59.2×4 28 102 14 Eng Aus Melbourne 19 Jan 1883
2 J Briggs 33.3×4 16 028 15 Eng SAF Cape Town 25 Mar 1889
3 W Rhodes 30.2 3 124 15 Eng Aus Melbourne 01 Jan 1904
4 C Blythe 38.3 10 099 15 Eng SAF Leeds 29 Jul 1907
5 CV Grimmett 96.2 28 199 14 Aus SAF Adelaide 29 Jan 1932
6 H Verity 58.3 23 104 15 Eng Aus Lord’s 22 Jun 1934
7 JC Laker 68.0 27 090 19 Eng Aus Manchester 26 Jul 1956
8 JM Patel 61.3 23 124 14 Ind Aus Kanpur 19 Dec 1959
9 ND Hirwani 33.5 6 136 16 Ind Win Chennai 11 Jan 1988
10 M Muralitharan 113.5 41 220 16 Srl Eng The Oval 27 Aug 1998
11 Harbhajan Singh 80.1 26 217 15 Ind Aus Chennai 18 Mar 2001
12 HMRKB Herath 55.2 5 184 14 Srl Pak Colombo (SSC) 14 Aug 2014
13 Yasir Shah 57.2 10 184 14 Pak NZl Dubai (DSC) 24 Nov 2018

 

New Zealand’s innings defeat in tests

New Zealand lost the just concluded test against Pakistan at Dubai-DSC by an innings and 16 runs to provide the 49th occasion of New Zealand losing a test by an innings margin. All such occasions are tabulated below in the descending order of margin.

No Team Res Margin Toss Bat Opposition Ground Start Date
1 New Zealand lost inns & 324 runs lost 2nd v Pakistan Lahore 01 May 2002
2 New Zealand lost inns & 322 runs lost 2nd v West Indies Wellington 10 Feb 1995
3 New Zealand lost inns & 222 runs lost 2nd v Australia Hobart 26 Nov 1993
4 New Zealand lost inns & 215 runs lost 2nd v England Auckland 23 Feb 1963
5 New Zealand lost inns & 198 runs won 1st v India Nagpur 20 Nov 2010
6 New Zealand lost inns & 193 runs lost 2nd v South Africa Port Elizabeth 11 Jan 2013
7 New Zealand lost inns & 187 runs lost 2nd v England Leeds 08 Jul 1965
8 New Zealand lost inns & 180 runs lost 2nd v South Africa Wellington 06 Mar 1953
9 New Zealand lost inns & 166 runs lost 2nd v Pakistan Dunedin 07 Feb 1973
10 New Zealand lost inns & 156 runs won 1st v Australia Brisbane 18 Nov 2004
11 New Zealand lost inns & 148 runs lost 2nd v England Lord’s 19 Jun 1958
12 New Zealand lost inns & 119 runs lost 2nd v England Nottingham 10 Aug 1978
13 New Zealand lost inns & 115 runs lost 2nd v India Hyd-RGS 23 Aug 2012
14 New Zealand lost inns & 109 runs lost 2nd v India Chennai 06 Jan 1956
15 New Zealand lost inns & 103 runs won 1st v Australia Wellington 29 Mar 1946
16 New Zealand lost inns & 099 runs lost 2nd v England Christchurch 27 Feb 1959
17 New Zealand lost inns & 096 runs won 1st v Australia Brisbane 03 Dec 1993
18 New Zealand lost inns & 090 runs won 1st v England Nottingham 02 Jun 1994
19 New Zealand lost inns & 083 runs lost 2nd v England Auckland 20 Feb 1975
20 New Zealand lost inns & 071 runs won 1st v England Leeds 03 Jul 1958
21 New Zealand lost inns & 071 runs won 1st v West Indies Dunedin 03 Feb 1956
22 New Zealand lost inns & 070 runs won 1st v Australia Perth 20 Nov 1997
23 New Zealand lost inns & 068 runs won 1st v England Wellington 06 Feb 1997
24 New Zealand lost inns & 064 runs lost 1st v Pakistan Rawalpindi 27 Mar 1965
25 New Zealand lost inns & 064 runs lost 2nd v West Indies Christchurch 18 Feb 1956
26 New Zealand lost inns & 062 runs won 1st v Australia Adelaide 28 Nov 2008
27 New Zealand lost inns & 060 runs won 2nd v Australia Christchurch 25 Feb 1993
28 New Zealand lost inns & 059 runs won 1st v South Africa Centurion 16 Nov 2007
29 New Zealand lost inns & 058 runs lost 2nd v South Africa Durban 11 Dec 1953
30 New Zealand lost inns & 057 runs lost 2nd v Australia Adelaide 26 Jan 1974
31 New Zealand lost inns & 052 runs lost 1st v Australia Wellington 12 Feb 2016
32 New Zealand lost inns & 051 runs won 1st v South Africa Johannesburg 02 Feb 1962
33 New Zealand lost inns & 047 runs lost 1st v England Wellington 01 Mar 1963
34 New Zealand lost inns & 043 runs lost 1st v Pakistan Karachi 10 Oct 1990
35 New Zealand lost inns & 027 runs won 1st v South Africa Cape Town 02 Jan 2013
36 New Zealand lost inns & 027 runs lost 2nd v India Mumbai (BS) 02 Dec 1955
37 New Zealand lost inns & 026 runs lost 2nd v England The Oval 29 Jul 1931
38 New Zealand lost inns & 025 runs lost 2nd v Australia Melbourne 29 Dec 1973
39 New Zealand lost inns & 020 runs won 1st v England Auckland 25 Mar 1955
40 New Zealand lost inns & 016 runs lost 2nd v Pakistan Dubai (DSC) 24 Nov 2018
41 New Zealand lost inns & 016 runs won 1st v Sri Lanka Galle 03 Jun 1998
42 New Zealand lost inns & 013 runs won 1st v England Manchester 24 Jul 1958
43 New Zealand lost inns & 013 runs lost 1st v Pakistan Rawalpindi 28 Nov 1996
44 New Zealand lost inns & 012 runs won 1st v Pakistan Wellington 17 Feb 1994
45 New Zealand lost inns & 012 runs won 1st v South Africa Christchurch 27 Feb 1932
46 New Zealand lost inns & 009 runs won 2nd v England Nottingham 05 Jun 2008
47 New Zealand lost inns & 004 runs won 2nd v England Christchurch 18 Jan 1992
48 New Zealand lost inns & 001 run won 1st v Pakistan Karachi 13 Oct 1955
49 New Zealand lost inns & 001 run won 1st v England Leeds 05 Jul 1973

Pakistan’s test win by an innings margin

Pakistan won the just concluded test against New Zealand at Dubai-DSC by an innings and 16 runs to provide the 30th occasion of Pakistan winning a test by an innings margin. It also provides the eighth occasion of Pakistan winning a test by an innings margin against New Zealand. All such occasions are tabulated below in the order of descending margin of victory

PAKISTAN’S INNINGS VICTORIES IN TESTS
No Team Res Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Pakistan won inns & 324 runs v New Zealand Lahore 01 May 2002
2 Pakistan won inns & 264 runs v Bangladesh Multan 29 Aug 2001
3 Pakistan won inns & 188 runs v Australia Karachi 15 Sep 1988
4 Pakistan won inns & 184 runs v Bangladesh Chittagong 09 Dec 2011
5 Pakistan won inns & 178 runs v Bangladesh Dhaka 09 Jan 2002
6 Pakistan won inns & 175 runs v Sri Lanka Dhaka 12 Mar 1999
7 Pakistan won inns & 169 runs v Bangladesh Chittagong 16 Jan 2002
8 Pakistan won inns & 166 runs v New Zealand Dunedin 07 Feb 1973
9 Pakistan won inns & 163 runs v Sri Lanka Galle 21 Jun 2000
10 Pakistan won inns & 119 runs v India Hyd-Pak 14 Jan 1983
11 Pakistan won inns & 102 runs v Sri Lanka Lahore 22 Mar 1982
12 Pakistan won inns & 100 runs v England Lahore 29 Nov 2005
13 Pakistan won inns & 087 runs v England Lahore 25 Nov 1987
14 Pakistan won inns & 086 runs v India Karachi 23 Dec 1982
15 Pakistan won inns & 082 runs v Australia Melbourne 11 Dec 1981
16 Pakistan won inns & 064 runs v New Zealand Rawalpindi 27 Mar 1965
17 Pakistan won inns & 052 runs v Sri Lanka Kandy 26 Aug 1994
18 Pakistan won inns & 043 runs v India Lucknow 23 Oct 1952
19 Pakistan won inns & 043 runs v New Zealand Karachi 10 Oct 1990
20 Pakistan won inns & 040 runs v Sri Lanka Peshawar 08 Sep 1995
21 Pakistan won inns & 029 runs v West Indies Rawalpindi 29 Nov 1997
22 Pakistan won inns & 020 runs v Sri Lanka Kandy 23 Feb 1986
23 Pakistan won inns & 019 runs v West Indies Peshawar 17 Nov 1997
24 Pakistan won inns & 018 runs v England Leeds 02 Jul 1987
25 Pakistan won inns & 016 runs v New Zealand Dubai (DSC) 24 Nov 2018
26 Pakistan won inns & 013 runs v New Zealand Rawalpindi 28 Nov 1996
27 Pakistan won inns & 012 runs v New Zealand Wellington 17 Feb 1994
28 Pakistan won inns & 003 runs v Australia Faisalabad 30 Sep 1982
29 Pakistan won inns & 001 run v New Zealand Karachi 13 Oct 1955
30 Pakistan won inns & 001 run v West Indies Port of Spain 26 Mar 1958
PAKISTAN’S INNINGS VICTORIES IN TESTS AGAINST NEW ZEALAND
No Team Res Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Pakistan won inns & 324 runs v New Zealand Lahore 01 May 2002
2 Pakistan won inns & 166 runs v New Zealand Dunedin 07 Feb 1973
3 Pakistan won inns & 064 runs v New Zealand Rawalpindi 27 Mar 1965
4 Pakistan won inns & 043 runs v New Zealand Karachi 10 Oct 1990
5 Pakistan won inns & 016 runs v New Zealand Dubai (DSC) 24 Nov 2018
6 Pakistan won inns & 013 runs v New Zealand Rawalpindi 28 Nov 1996
7 Pakistan won inns & 012 runs v New Zealand Wellington 17 Feb 1994
8 Pakistan won inns & 001 run v New Zealand Karachi 13 Oct 1955
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