India carves its 49th win on away soil by winning the Melbourne test against Australia

India won the Melbourne test against Australia by 137 runs to carve its 49th win on away soil. The breakup of these 49 wins are thus  – by less than 100 runs margin  – 09 occasions, by more than 100 runs  margin  – 13 occasions, by wickets margin  – 16 occasions, and by innings margin – 11 occasions

The nine occasions of winning by less than 100 runs are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India won 031 runs v Australia Adelaide 06 Dec 2018
2 India won 037 runs v West Indies Port of Spain 19 Apr 2002
3 India Won 049 runs v West Indies Kingston 30 Jun 2006
4 India won 059 runs v Australia Melbourne 07 Feb 1981
5 India won 063 runs v West Indies Kingston 20 Jun 2011
6 India won 063 runs v South Africa Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018
7 India won 072 runs v Australia Perth 16 Jan 2008
8 India won 087 runs v South Africa Durban 26 Dec 2010
9 India won 095 runs v England Lord’s 17 Jul 2014

The thirteen occasions of winning my more than 100 runs are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India won 113 runs v Bangladesh Chittagong 17 Jan 2010
2 India won 117 runs v Sri Lanka Colombo (SSC) 28 Aug 2015
3 India won 123 runs v South Africa Johannesburg 15 Dec 2006
4 India won 137 runs v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2018
5 India won 170 runs v Sri Lanka Galle 31 Jul 2008
6 India won 203 runs v England Nottingham 18 Aug 2018
7 India won 222 runs v Australia Melbourne 30 Dec 1977
8 India won 235 runs v Sri Lanka Colombo (SSC) 27 Jul 1993
9 India won 237 runs v West Indies Gros Islet 09 Aug 2016
10 India won 272 runs v New Zealand Auckland 07 Mar 1968
11 India won 278 runs v Sri Lanka Colombo (PSS) 20 Aug 2015
12 India won 279 runs v England Leeds 19 Jun 1986
13 India won 304 runs v Sri Lanka Galle 26 Jul 2017

The following table lists the sixteen occasions of India winning a test on away soil by wickets margin

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India won 04 wickets v England The Oval 19 Aug 1971
2 India Won 04 wickets v Australia Adelaide 12 Dec 2003
3 India won 05 wickets v New Zealand Dunedin 15 Feb 1968
4 India won 05 wickets v England Lord’s 05 Jun 1986
5 India won 05 wickets v Sri Lanka Colombo (PSS) 03 Aug 2010
6 India won 06 wickets v West Indies Port of Spain 07 Apr 1976
7 India won 07 wickets v West Indies Port of Spain 06 Mar 1971
8 India won 07 wickets v Sri Lanka Kandy 22 Aug 2001
9 India won 07 wickets v England Nottingham 27 Jul 2007
10 India won 08 wickets v New Zealand Wellington 29 Feb 1968
11 India won 08 wickets v New Zealand Auckland 24 Jan 1976
12 India won 08 wickets v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 07 Jun 2001
13 India won 09 wickets v Bangladesh Dhaka 10 Nov 2000
14 India won 10 wickets v Zimbabwe Harare 20 Sep 2005
15 India won 10 wickets v New Zealand Hamilton 18 Mar 2009
16 India won 10 wickets v Bangladesh Dhaka 24 Jan 2010

The following table lists the eleven occasions of India winning a test on away soil by an innings margin

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India won inns & 002 runs v Australia Sydney 07 Jan 1978
2 India won inns & 046 runs v England Leeds 22 Aug 2002
3 India won inns & 052 runs v Pakistan Multan 28 Mar 2004
4 India won inns & 053 runs v Sri Lanka Colombo (SSC) 03 Aug 2017
5 India won inns & 083 runs v Bangladesh Chittagong 17 Dec 2004
6 India won inns & 090 runs v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 13 Sep 2005
7 India won inns & 092 runs v West Indies North Sound 21 Jul 2016
8 India won inns & 131 runs v Pakistan Rawalpindi 13 Apr 2004
9 India won inns & 140 runs v Bangladesh Dhaka 10 Dec 2004
10 India won inns & 171 runs v Sri Lanka Pallekele 12 Aug 2017
11 India won inns & 239 runs v Bangladesh Dhaka 25 May 2007

India won the Melbourne test against Australia by 137 runs to carve its 49th win on away soil. The breakup of these 49 wins are thus  – by less than 100 runs margin  – 09 occasions, by more than 100 runs  margin  – 13 occasions, by wickets margin  – 16 occasions, and by innings margin – 11 occasions. It also provides India’s seventh win against Australia in Australia and also the third win at Melbourne

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India won 222 runs v Australia Melbourne 30 Dec 1977
2 India won inns & 2 runs v Australia Sydney 07 Jan 1978
3 India won 059 runs v Australia Melbourne 07 Feb 1981
4 India won 004 wkts v Australia Adelaide 12 Dec 2003
5 India won 072 runs v Australia Perth 16 Jan 2008
6 India won 031 runs v Australia Adelaide 06 Dec 2018
7 India won 137 runs v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2018

Rival bowlers capturing six or more wickets in an innings in the same test in Australia-India test series

JJ Bumrah of India captured six for 33 and PJ Cummins of Australia captured six for 27 in the ongoing test between Australia and India at Melbourne to provide the tenth occasion of rival bowlers capturing six or more wickets in an innings in the same test in Australia-India test series. All such occasions are tabulated below

No No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 1 Ghulam Ahmed 20.3 6 49 7 1 Ind Aus Kolkata 02 Nov 1956
  2 R Benaud 29.0 10 52 6 2 Aus Ind Kolkata 02 Nov 1956
                       
2 1 JM Patel 35.5 16 69 9 2 Ind Aus Kanpur 19 Dec 1959
  2 AK Davidson 57.3 23 93 7 3 Aus Ind Kanpur 19 Dec 1959
                       
3 1 GD McKenzie 32.3 8 58 6 2 Aus Ind Chennai 02 Oct 1964
  2 RG Nadkarni 54.4 21 91 6 3 Ind Aus Chennai 02 Oct 1964
                       
4 1 GD McKenzie 21.4×8 2 66 7 1 Aus Ind Melbourne 30 Dec 1967
  2 EAS Prasanna 34.0×8 6 141 6 2 Ind Aus Melbourne 30 Dec 1967
                       
5 1 GD McKenzie 33.4 12 67 6 1 Aus Ind Kolkata 12 Dec 1969
  2 BS Bedi 50.0 19 98 7 2 Ind Aus Kolkata 12 Dec 1969
                       
6 1 DR Doshi 43.0 10 103 6 1 Ind Aus Chennai 11 Sep 1979
  2 JD Higgs 41.3 12 143 7 2 Aus Ind Chennai 11 Sep 1979
                       
7 1 SK Warne 42.3 5 125 6 2 Aus Ind Chennai 14 Oct 2004
  2 A Kumble 47.0 8 133 6 3 Ind Aus Chennai 14 Oct 2004
                       
8 1 NM Lyon 22.2 4 50 8 1 Aus Ind Bengaluru 04 Mar 2017
  2 RA Jadeja 21.4 1 63 6 2 Ind Aus Bengaluru 04 Mar 2017
                       
9 1 JR Hazlewood 24.0 5 67 6 3 Aus Ind Bengaluru 04 Mar 2017
  2 R Ashwin 12.4 4 41 6 4 Ind Aus Bengaluru 04 Mar 2017
                       
10 1 JJ Bumrah 15.5 4 33 6 2 Ind Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2018
  2 PJ Cummins 11.0 3 27 6 3 Aus Ind Melbourne 26 Dec 2018

JJ Bumrah of India captured six for 33 and PJ Cummins of Australia captured six for 27 in the ongoing test between Australia and India at Melbourne to provide the tenth occasion of rival bowlers capturing exact six in an innings in the same test in Australia-India test series. All such occasions are tabulated below

No No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 1 GD McKenzie 32.3 8 58 6 2 Aus Ind Chennai 02 Oct 1964
  2 RG Nadkarni 54.4 21 91 6 3 Ind Aus Chennai 02 Oct 1964
                       
2 1 SK Warne 42.3 5 125 6 2 Aus Ind Chennai 14 Oct 2004
  2 A Kumble 47.0 8 133 6 3 Ind Aus Chennai 14 Oct 2004
                       
3 1 JR Hazlewood 24.0 5 67 6 3 Aus Ind Bengaluru 04 Mar 2017
  2 R Ashwin 12.4 4 41 6 4 Ind Aus Bengaluru 04 Mar 2017
                       
4 1 JJ Bumrah 15.5 4 33 6 2 Ind Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2018
  2 PJ Cummins 11.0 3 27 6 3 Aus Ind Melbourne 26 Dec 2018

JJ Bumrah of India captured six for 33 and PJ Cummins of Australia captured six for 27 in the ongoing test between Australia and India at Melbourne to provide the second occasion of rival bowlers capturing six or more wickets in an innings in the same test in Australia-India test series on Australian soil. All such occasions are tabulated below. By a coincidence, Melbourne has witnessed both the occasions

No No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 1 GD McKenzie 21.4×8 2 66 7 1 Aus Ind Melbourne 30 Dec 1967
  2 EAS Prasanna 34.0×8 6 141 6 2 Ind Aus Melbourne 30 Dec 1967
                       
2 1 JJ Bumrah 15.5 4 33 6 2 Ind Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2018
  2 PJ Cummins 11.0 3 27 6 3 Aus Ind Melbourne 26 Dec 2018

Australian bowlers who have captured six or more wickets in a test innings against India

PJ Cummins of Australia captured 6 for 27 against India in the ongoing test at Melbourne to provide the 26th occasion of an Australian bowler capturing six or more wickets in an innings against India. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 ERH Toshack 17.0×8 6 29 6 3 v India Brisbane 28 Nov 1947
2 RR Lindwall 16.5×8 4 38 7 3 v India Adelaide 23 Jan 1948
3 R Benaud 29.3 10 72 7 1 v India Chennai 19 Oct 1956
4 RR Lindwall 22.5 9 43 7 3 v India Chennai 19 Oct 1956
5 R Benaud 29.0 10 52 6 2 v India Kolkata 02 Nov 1956
6 AK Davidson 57.3 23 93 7 3 v India Kanpur 19 Dec 1959
7 GD McKenzie 32.3 8 58 6 2 v India Chennai 02 Oct 1964
8 GD McKenzie 21.4 2 66 7 1 v India Melbourne 30 Dec 1967
9 AA Mallett 32.3 10 64 6 2 v India Delhi 28 Nov 1969
10 GD McKenzie 33.4 12 67 6 1 v India Kolkata 12 Dec 1969
11 JD Higgs 41.3 12 143 7 2 v India Chennai 11 Sep 1979
12 G Dymock 28.4 5 67 7 3 v India Kanpur 02 Oct 1979
13 BA Reid 26.2 7 66 6 1 v India Melbourne 26 Dec 1991
14 BA Reid 29.0 9 60 6 3 v India Melbourne 26 Dec 1991
15 MR Whitney 12.1 3 27 7 4 v India Perth 01 Feb 1992
16 SK Warne 42.3 5 125 6 2 v India Chennai 14 Oct 2004
17 MJ Clarke 6.2 0 9 6 3 v India Mumbai 03 Nov 2004
18 JJ Krejza 43.5 1 215 8 1 v India Nagpur 06 Nov 2008
19 NM Lyon 23.2 4 94 7 2 v India Delhi 22 Mar 2013
20 NM Lyon 34.1 5 152 7 4 v India Adelaide 09 Dec 2014
21 SNJ O’Keefe 13.1 2 35 6 2 v India Pune 23 Feb 2017
22 SNJ O’Keefe 15.0 4 35 6 4 v India Pune 23 Feb 2017
23 NM Lyon 22.2 4 50 8 1 v India Bengaluru 04 Mar 2017
24 JR Hazlewood 24.0 5 67 6 3 v India Bengaluru 04 Mar 2017
25 NM Lyon 42.0 7 122 6 3 v India Adelaide 06 Dec 2018
26 PJ Cummins 11.0 3 27 6 3 v India Melbourne 26 Dec 2018

PJ Cummins of Australia captured 6 for 27 against India in the ongoing test at Melbourne to provide the fifth occasion of an Australian bowler capturing six or more wickets in an innings against India at Melbourne.  All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 GD McKenzie 21.4 2 66 7 1 v India Melbourne 30 Dec 1967
2 BA Reid 26.2 7 66 6 1 v India Melbourne 26 Dec 1991
3 BA Reid 29.0 9 60 6 3 v India Melbourne 26 Dec 1991
4 PJ Cummins 11.0 3 27 6 3 v India Melbourne 26 Dec 2018

Indian bowlers who have captured six or more wickets in a test innings against Australia

JJ Bumrah of India captured 6 for 33 against Australia in the ongoing test at Melbourne to provide the 30th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing six or more wickets in an innings against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Ghulam Ahmed 20.3 6 49 7 1 v Australia Kolkata 02 Nov 1956
2 JM Patel 35.5 16 69 9 2 v Australia Kanpur 19 Dec 1959
3 RG Nadkarni 51.0 11 105 6 2 v Australia Mumbai (BS) 01 Jan 1960
4 RG Nadkarni 54.4 21 91 6 3 v Australia Chennai 02 Oct 1964
5 SA Durani 28.0 11 73 6 1 v Australia Kolkata 17 Oct 1964
6 S Abid Ali 17.0×8 2 55 6 1 v Australia Adelaide 23 Dec 1967
7 EAS Prasanna 34.0×6 6 141 6 2 v Australia Melbourne 30 Dec 1967
8 EAS Prasanna 33.4×8 9 104 6 3 v Australia Brisbane 19 Jan 1968
9 BS Bedi 50.0 19 98 7 2 v Australia Kolkata 12 Dec 1969
10 EAS Prasanna 31.0 14 74 6 3 v Australia Chennai 24 Dec 1969
11 BS Chandrasekhar 14.1×8 2 52 6 2 v Australia Melbourne 30 Dec 1977
12 BS Chandrasekhar 20.0×8 3 52 6 4 v Australia Melbourne 30 Dec 1977
13 DR Doshi 43.0 10 103 6 1 v Australia Chennai 11 Sep 1979
14 N Kapil Dev 38.0 6 106 8 1 v Australia Adelaide 13 Dec 1985
15 A Kumble 41.3 8 98 6 2 v Australia Bengaluru 25 Mar 1998
16 Harbhajan Singh 37.5 7 123 7 1 v Australia Kolkata 11 Mar 2001
17 Harbhajan Singh 30.3 8 73 6 4 v Australia Kolkata 11 Mar 2001
18 Harbhajan Singh 38.2 6 133 7 1 v Australia Chennai 18 Mar 2001
19 Harbhajan Singh 41.5 20 84 8 3 v Australia Chennai 18 Mar 2001
20 AB Agarkar 16.2 2 41 6 3 v Australia Adelaide 12 Dec 2003
21 A Kumble 51.0 8 176 6 2 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2003
22 A Kumble 46.5 7 141 8 2 v Australia Sydney 02 Jan 2004
23 Harbhajan Singh 30.1 5 78 6 3 v Australia Bengaluru 06 Oct 2004
24 A Kumble 17.3 4 48 7 1 v Australia Chennai 14 Oct 2004
25 A Kumble 47.0 8 133 6 3 v Australia Chennai 14 Oct 2004
26 R Ashwin 42.0 12 103 7 1 v Australia Chennai 22 Feb 2013
27 RA Jadeja 21.4 1 63 6 2 v Australia Bengaluru 04 Mar 2017
28 R Ashwin 12.4 4 41 6 4 v Australia Bengaluru 04 Mar 2017
29 Mohammed Shami 24.0 8 56 6 3 v Australia Perth 14 Dec 2018
30 JJ Bumrah 15.5 4 33 6 2 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2018

JJ Bumrah of India captured 6 for 33 against Australia in the ongoing test at Melbourne to provide the fifth occasion of an Indian bowler capturing six or more wickets in an innings against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 EAS Prasanna 34.0×6 6 141 6 2 v Australia Melbourne 30 Dec 1967
2 BS Chandrasekhar 14.1×8 2 52 6 2 v Australia Melbourne 30 Dec 1977
3 BS Chandrasekhar 20.0×8 3 52 6 4 v Australia Melbourne 30 Dec 1977
4 A Kumble 51.0 8 176 6 2 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2003
5 JJ Bumrah 15.5 4 33 6 2 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2018

Centurion witness a world record – Rival captains bag a pair for the first time in the annals of test cricket

Netizens of www.hrgcricstats.com would remember Sri C Prahlada Rao, who  has contributed an article on P Ananda Rao – the famed commentator of All India Radio, Madras, now Chennai. His interest in the game of cricket is seen to be believed. Today morning, he  sent me a message on whats app regarding the captains of South Africa and Pakistan bagging pairs in the just concluded test at Centurion and asked me to check up whether it has happened for the first time. Yes, it has indeed happened for the first time in the annals of test cricket thus constituting a world record. Sri C Prahlada Rao was a Bank official. He was the Chief Manager at Syndicate Bank, Head Office, Manipal prior to his joining Dena Bank as Assistant General Manager. He rose to the level of General Manager in Dena Bank. He quit Dena Bank and joined Reliance Group of Companies in Mumbai. He is now settled in Mumbai. He can be contacted on his mobile 9865704888

Rival captains – F de Plessis of South Africa and Sarfaz Ahmed of Pakistan collected pairs in the test between South Africa and Pakistan at Centuurion to provide the first occasion of rival captains collecting a pair in the annals of test cricket thus constituting a world record in the annals of test cricket. .

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 F du Plessis 0 0 SAF Pak Centurion 26 Dec 2018
2 Sarfraz Ahmed 0 0 Pak SAF Centurion 26 Dec 2018

The following table lists the 23 occasions of captains collecting a pair in the annals of test cricket.

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 J Darling 0 0 Aus Eng Sheffield 03 Jul 1902
2 LJ Tancred 0 0 SAF Eng The Oval 12 Aug 1912
3 VS Hazare 0 0 Ind Eng Kanpur 12 Jan 1952
4 HB Cave 0 0 NZl Win Dunedin 03 Feb 1956
5 FMM Worrell 0 0 Win Aus Melbourne 30 Dec 1960
6 R Benaud 0 0 Aus Eng Leeds 06 Jul 1961
7 Imtiaz Ahmed 0 0 Pak Eng Dhaka 19 Jan 1962
8 BS Bedi 0 0 Ind Eng Delhi 17 Dec 1976
9 IT Botham 0 0 Eng Aus Lord’s 02 Jul 1981
10 AR Border 0 0 Aus Win Perth 30 Jan 1993
11 MA Taylor 0 0 Aus Pak Karachi 28 Sep 1994
12 SP Fleming 0 0 NZl Aus Hobart 27 Nov 1997
13 CA Walsh 0 0 Win Pak Rawalpindi 29 Nov 1997
14 Rashid Latif 0 0 Pak SAF Port Elizabeth 06 Mar 1998
15 N Hussain 0 0 Eng Win The Oval 31 Aug 2000
16 JC Adams 0 0 Win Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2000
17 Waqar Younis 0 0 Pak Aus Sharjah 11 Oct 2002
18 Habibul Bashar 0 0 Ban Zim Harare 19 Feb 2004
19 MS Atapattu 0 0 Srl Pak Faisalabad 20 Oct 2004
20 DJG Sammy 0 0 Win NZl Wellington 11 Dec 2013
21 AB de Villiers 0 0 SAF Eng Centurion 22 Jan 2016
22 F du Plessis 0 0 SAF Pak Centurion 26 Dec 2018
23 Sarfraz Ahmed 0 0 Pak SAF Centurion 26 Dec 2018

The following table lists the three occasions of South African captains collecting a pair in the annals of test cricket.

1 LJ Tancred 0 0 SAF Eng The Oval 12 Aug 1912
2 AB de Villiers 0 0 SAF Eng Centurion 22 Jan 2016
3 F du Plessis 0 0 SAF Pak Centurion 26 Dec 2018

The following table lists the four occasions of captains collecting a pair in the annals of test cricket against Pakistan

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 MA Taylor 0 0 Aus Pak Karachi 28 Sep 1994
2 CA Walsh 0 0 Win Pak Rawalpindi 29 Nov 1997
3 MS Atapattu 0 0 Srl Pak Faisalabad 20 Oct 2004
4 F du Plessis 0 0 SAF Pak Centurion 26 Dec 2018

The following table lists the three occasions of captains collecting a pair in the annals of test cricket at Centurion

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 AB de Villiers 0 0 SAF Eng Centurion 22 Jan 2016
2 F du Plessis 0 0 SAF Pak Centurion 26 Dec 2018
3 Sarfraz Ahmed 0 0 Pak SAF Centurion 26 Dec 2018

Cricketers who have scored 50 plus runs and captured six or more wickets in an innings of a test

PJ Cummins of Australia captured six wickets conceding 27 runs and scored 61 not out at the end of the fourth day of the ongoing test at Melbourne against Australia to provide the 80th occasion of a cricketer scoring 50 plus runs and capturing six or more wickets in a test. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player FI SI W Runs Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 W Bates 55 14 102 Eng Aus Melbourne 19 Jan 1883
2 W Barnes 58 6 31 Eng Aus Melbourne 01 Jan 1885
3 G Giffen 53 7 128 Aus Eng The Oval 14 Aug 1893
4 AE Trott 72* 8 43 Aus Eng Adelaide 11 Jan 1895
5 JH Sinclair 106 6 26 SAF Eng Cape Town 01 Apr 1899
6 H Trumble 62* 6 74 Aus Eng Adelaide 17 Jan 1902
7 H Trumble 64* 8 65 Aus Eng The Oval 11 Aug 1902
8 CB Llewellyn 90 6 92 SAF Aus Johannesburg 11 Oct 1902
9 MA Noble 53* 7 100 Aus Eng Sydney 26 Feb 1904
10 FE Woolley 62 10 49 Eng Aus The Oval 19 Aug 1912
11 JM Gregory 100 7 69 Aus Eng Melbourne 31 Dec 1920
12 JM Gregory 51 6 77 Aus SAF Durban 05 Nov 1921
13 H Larwood 70 6 32 Eng Aus Brisbane 30 Nov 1928
14 KR Miller 79 7 60 Aus Eng Brisbane 29 Nov 1946
15 TE Bailey 72* 6 84 Eng NZl Manchester 23 Jul 1949
16 GO Rabone 56 6 68 NZl SAF Cape Town 01 Jan 1954
17 KR Miller 109 6 107 Aus Win Kingston 11 Jun 1955
18 AK Davidson 80 11 222 Aus Win Brisbane 09 Dec 1960
19 R Benaud 51 6 115 Aus Eng Brisbane 30 Nov 1962
20 KD Boyce 72 11 147 Win Eng The Oval 26 Jul 1973
21 AW Greig 148 6 164 Eng Win Bridgetown 06 Mar 1974
22 AW Greig 51 10 149 Eng NZl Auckland 20 Feb 1975
23 JK Lever 53 7 46 Eng Ind Delhi 17 Dec 1976
24 IT Botham 108 8 34 Eng Pak Lord’s 15 Jun 1978
25 RJ Hadlee 51 11 102 NZl Win Dunedin 08 Feb 1980
26 IT Botham 114 13 106 Eng Ind Mumbai 15 Feb 1980
27 IT Botham 50 149* 6 95 Eng Aus Leeds 16 Jul 1981
28 Imran Khan 65 7 52 Pak Eng Birmingham 29 Jul 1982
29 Imran Khan 117 11 180 Pak Ind Faisalabad 03 Jan 1983
30 RJ Hadlee 84 6 53 NZl Eng The Oval 14 Jul 1983
31 MD Marshall 54 6 37 Win Ind Kolkata 10 Dec 1983
32 BL Cairns 64 7 143 NZl Eng Wellington 20 Jan 1984
33 IT Botham 81 8 103 Eng Win Lord’s 28 Jun 1984
34 MD Marshall 63 7 80 Win NZl Bridgetown 26 Apr 1985
35 RJ Hadlee 54 15 123 NZl Aus Brisbane 08 Nov 1985
36 RJ Hadlee 68 6 80 NZl Eng Nottingham 07 Aug 1986
37 Wasim Akram 66 6 91 Pak Win Faisalabad 24 Oct 1986
38 JE Emburey 69 7 78 Eng Aus Sydney 10 Jan 1987
39 RMH Binny 52* 6 56 Ind Pak Kolkata 11 Feb 1987
40 Abdul Qadir 61 10 186 Pak Eng Karachi 16 Dec 1987
41 AIC Dodemaide 50 6 58 Aus NZl Melbourne 26 Dec 1987
42 MD Marshall 72 6 69 Win Eng Nottingham 02 Jun 1988
43 JG Bracewell 52 6 51 NZl Ind Mumbai 24 Nov 1988
44 AR Border 75 7 46 Aus Win Sydney 26 Jan 1989
45 M Prabhakar 54* 6 132 Ind Pak Faisalabad 23 Nov 1989
46 CC Lewis 65 6 111 Eng Win Birmingham 25 Jul 1991
47 DN Patel 58* 6 50 NZl Zim Harare 07 Nov 1992
48 J Nash 56 11 169 NZl Eng Lord’s 16 Jun 1994
49 D Gough 51 6 49 Eng Aus Sydney 01 Jan 1995
50 PS de Villiers 66* 6 81 SAF Pak Johannesburg 19 Jan 1995
51 WPUJC Vaas 51 6 87 Srl NZl Dunedin 18 Mar 1995
52 MG Bevan 85* 6 82 Aus Win Adelaide 25 Jan 1997
53 SK Warne 53 6 48 Aus Eng Manchester 03 Jul 1997
54 SM Pollock 70* 6 50 SAF Pak Durban 26 Feb 1998
55 CL Cairns 72 7 27 NZl Win Hamilton 16 Dec 1999
56 SK Warne 63 6 161 Aus SAF Cape Town 08 Mar 2002
57 SM Pollock 62 6 39 SAF Eng Nottingham 14 Aug 2003
58 SM Katich 52 6 65 Aus Zim Sydney 17 Oct 2003
59 DJ Bravo 77 6 55 Win Eng Manchester 12 Aug 2004
60 DJ Bravo 64 6 84 Win Aus Adelaide 25 Nov 2005
61 DL Vettori 51 7 130 NZl Srl Wellington 15 Dec 2006
62 Shakib Al Hasan 71 7 36 Ban NZl Chittagong 17 Oct 2008
63 DW Steyn 76 10 154 SAF Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2008
64 SCJ Broad 61 6 91 Eng Aus Leeds 07 Aug 2009
65 MG Johnson 62 6 38 Aus Eng Perth 16 Dec 2010
66 SCJ Broad 64 6 46 Eng Ind Nottingham 29 Jul 2011
67 Shakib Al Hasan 144 6 82 Ban Pak Dhaka 17 Dec 2011
68 MA Starc 68* 6 154 Aus SAF Perth 30 Nov 2012
69 Sohag Gazi 101* 6 77 Ban NZl Chittagong 09 Oct 2013
70 B Kumar 52 6 82 Ind Eng Lord’s 17 Jul 2014
71 Shakib Al Hasan 137 10 124 Ban Zim Khulna 03 Nov 2014
72 MD Craig 65 7 94 NZl Pak Sharjah 26 Nov 2014
73 R Ashwin 113 7 83 Ind Win North Sound 21 Jul 2016
74 MDK Perera 64 6 70 Srl Aus Galle 04 Aug 2016
75 RA Jadeja 51 7 48 Ind Eng Chennai 16 Dec 2016
76 MM Ali 87 6 53 Eng SAF Lord’s 06 Jul 2017
77 BA Stokes 60 6 22 Eng Win Lord’s 07 Sep 2017
78 TG Southee 50 6 62 NZl Eng Christchurch 30 Mar 2018
79 Shakib Al Hasan 54 6 33 Ban Win Kingston 12 Jul 2018
00 PJ Cummins 61* 6 27 Aus Ind Melbourne 26 Dec 2018

PJ Cummins of Australia captured six wickets conceding 27 runs and scored 61 not out at the end of the fourth day of the ongoing test at Melbourne against Australia to provide the 20th occasion of an Australian cricketer scoring 50 plus runs and capturing six or more wickets in a test. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player FI SI W Runs Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 G Giffen 53 7 128 Aus Eng The Oval 14 Aug 1893
2 AE Trott 72* 8 43 Aus Eng Adelaide 11 Jan 1895
3 H Trumble 62* 6 74 Aus Eng Adelaide 17 Jan 1902
4 H Trumble 64* 8 65 Aus Eng The Oval 11 Aug 1902
5 MA Noble 53* 7 100 Aus Eng Sydney 26 Feb 1904
6 JM Gregory 100 7 69 Aus Eng Melbourne 31 Dec 1920
7 JM Gregory 51 6 77 Aus SAF Durban 05 Nov 1921
8 KR Miller 79 7 60 Aus Eng Brisbane 29 Nov 1946
9 KR Miller 109 6 107 Aus Win Kingston 11 Jun 1955
10 AK Davidson 80 11 222 Aus Win Brisbane 09 Dec 1960
11 R Benaud 51 6 115 Aus Eng Brisbane 30 Nov 1962
12 AIC Dodemaide 50 6 58 Aus NZl Melbourne 26 Dec 1987
13 AR Border 75 7 46 Aus Win Sydney 26 Jan 1989
14 MG Bevan 85* 6 82 Aus Win Adelaide 25 Jan 1997
15 SK Warne 53 6 48 Aus Eng Manchester 03 Jul 1997
16 SK Warne 63 6 161 Aus SAF Cape Town 08 Mar 2002
17 SM Katich 52 6 65 Aus Zim Sydney 17 Oct 2003
18 MG Johnson 62 6 38 Aus Eng Perth 16 Dec 2010
19 MA Starc 68* 6 154 Aus SAF Perth 30 Nov 2012
20 PJ Cummins 61* 6 27 Aus Ind Melbourne 26 Dec 2018

PJ Cummins of Australia captured six wickets conceding 27 runs and scored 61 not out at the end of the fourth day of the ongoing test at Melbourne against Australia to provide the seventh occasion of a cricketer scoring 50 plus runs and capturing six or more wickets in a test against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below.  PJ Cummins becomes the first Australian cricketer to capture six wickets in an innings and score 50 plus runs in a test against India.

No Player FI SI W Runs Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 JK Lever 53 7 46 Eng Ind Delhi 17 Dec 1976
2 IT Botham 114 13 106 Eng Ind Mumbai 15 Feb 1980
3 Imran Khan 117 11 180 Pak Ind Faisalabad 03 Jan 1983
4 MD Marshall 54 6 37 Win Ind Kolkata 10 Dec 1983
5 JG Bracewell 52 6 51 NZl Ind Mumbai 24 Nov 1988
6 SCJ Broad 64 6 46 Eng Ind Nottingham 29 Jul 2011
7 PJ Cummins 61* 6 27 Aus Ind Melbourne 26 Dec 2018

Note – Bowlers who have captured ten or  more wickets  in the  above list have captured five wickets in each innings of the test.

India declaring its both innings closed in a test

India declared its both innings declared closed – first innings at 443 for 7d and second innings at 106  for 8d – in the ongoing test at Melbourne against Australia to provide the 16th occasion of India declaring its both innings closed in a test. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India 457/7d 162.0 1 v England Chennai 10 Jan 1964
  India 152/9d 58.5 3 v England Chennai 10 Jan 1964
               
2 India 524/9d 168.0 1 v New Zealand Kanpur 18 Nov 1976
  India 208/2d 52.0 3 v New Zealand Kanpur 18 Nov 1976
               
3 India 481/4d 152.1 1 v England Chennai 13 Jan 1982
  India 160/3d 50.0 3 v England Chennai 13 Jan 1982
               
4 India 553/8d 165.0 1 v England Kanpur 31 Jan 1985
  India 97/1d 13.0 3 v England Kanpur 31 Jan 1985
               
5 India 384/9d 142.0 1 v New Zealand Bengaluru 12 Nov 1988
  India 141/1d 28.0 3 v New Zealand Bengaluru 12 Nov 1988
               
6 India 546/9d 155.0 1 v West Indies Nagpur 01 Dec 1994
  India 208/7d 63.4 3 v West Indies Nagpur 01 Dec 1994
               
7 India 583/7d 167.0 1 v New Zealand Ahmedabad 29 Oct 1999
  India 148/5d 32.0 3 v New Zealand Ahmedabad 29 Oct 1999
               
8 India 500/5d 159.0 1 v New Zealand Ahmedabad 08 Oct 2003
  India 209/6d 44.5 3 v New Zealand Ahmedabad 08 Oct 2003
               
9 India 705/7d 187.3 1 v Australia Sydney 02 Jan 2004
  India 211/2d 43.2 3 v Australia Sydney 02 Jan 2004
               
10 India 387/8d 98.5 1 v Bangladesh Chittagong 18 May 2007
  India 100/6d 24.0 3 v Bangladesh Chittagong 18 May 2007
               
11 India 616/5d 152.5 1 v Pakistan Kolkata 30 Nov 2007
  India 184/4d 42.4 3 v Pakistan Kolkata 30 Nov 2007
               
12 India 613/7d 161.0 1 v Australia Delhi 29 Oct 2008
  India 208/5d 77.3 3 v Australia Delhi 29 Oct 2008
               
13 India 557/5d 169.0 1 v New Zealand Indore 08 Oct 2016
  India 216/3d 49.0 3 v New Zealand Indore 08 Oct 2016
               
14 India 687/6d 166.0 1 v Bangladesh Hyd-RGS 09 Feb 2017
  India 159/4d 29.0 3 v Bangladesh Hyd-RGS 09 Feb 2017
               
15 India 536/7d 127.5 1 v Sri Lanka Delhi 02 Dec 2017
  India 246/5d 52.2 3 v Sri Lanka Delhi 02 Dec 2017
               
16 India 443/7d 169.4 1 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2018
  India 106/8d 37.3 3 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2018

India declared its both innings declared closed – first innings at 443 for 7d and second innings at 106  for 8d – in the ongoing test at Melbourne against Australia to provide the third occasion of India declaring its both innings closed in a test against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India 705/7d 187.3 1 v Australia Sydney 02 Jan 2004
  India 211/2d 43.2 3 v Australia Sydney 02 Jan 2004
               
2 India 613/7d 161.0 1 v Australia Delhi 29 Oct 2008
  India 208/5d 77.3 3 v Australia Delhi 29 Oct 2008
               
3 India 443/7d 169.4 1 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2018
  India 106/8d 37.3 3 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2018

India declared its both innings declared closed – first innings at 443 for 7d and second innings at 106  for 8d – in the ongoing test at Melbourne against Australia to provide the third occasion of India declaring its both innings closed in a test on away soil. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India 705/7d 187.3 1 v Australia Sydney 02 Jan 2004
  India 211/2d 43.2 3 v Australia Sydney 02 Jan 2004
               
2 India 387/8d 98.5 1 v Bangladesh Chittagong 18 May 2007
  India 100/6d 24.0 3 v Bangladesh Chittagong 18 May 2007
               
3 India 443/7d 169.4 1 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2018
  India 106/8d 37.3 3 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2018

India declared its both innings declared closed – first innings at 443 for 7d and second innings at 106  for 8d – in the ongoing test at Melbourne against Australia to provide the second occasion of India declaring its both innings closed in a test against Australia in Australia. Both the occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India 705/7d 187.3 1 v Australia Sydney 02 Jan 2004
  India 211/2d 43.2 3 v Australia Sydney 02 Jan 2004
               
2 India 443/7d 169.4 1 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2018
  India 106/8d 37.3 3 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2018

South African bowlers capturing ten or more wickets in a test

D Olivier captured five  plus  wickets in each innings of the test to return with a match haul of eleven wickets conceding 96 runs against Pakistan at Centurion to provide the 34th occasion of a South African bowler to capture ten or more wickets in a test. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Opposition Ground Start Date
1 CB Llewellyn 49.5 12 116 10 v Australia Johannesburg 18 Oct 1902
2 SJ Snooke 53.0 9 127 12 v England Johannesburg 10 Mar 1906
3 AEE Vogler 52.1 6 181 12 v England Johannesburg 01 Jan 1910
4 AE Hall 62.3 20 112 11 v England Cape Town 01 Jan 1923
5 EP Nupen 51.4 4 150 11 v England Johannesburg 24 Dec 1930
6 HJ Tayfield 66.5×8 22 165 13 v Australia Melbourne 24 Dec 1952
7 HJ Tayfield 74.0×8 26 192 13 v England Johannesburg 15 Feb 1957
8 SF Burke 81.0 29 196 11 v New Zealand Cape Town 01 Jan 1962
9 PM Pollock 47.5 23 87 10 v England Nottingham 05 Aug 1965
0 AA Donald 55.0 15 139 12 v India Port Elizabeth 26 Dec 1992
11 PS de Villiers 59.3 20 123 10 v Australia Sydney 02 Jan 1994
12 PS de Villiers 40.2 15 108 10 v Pakistan Johannesburg 19 Jan 1995
13 AA Donald 50.1 15 113 11 v Zimbabwe Harare 13 Oct 1995
14 AA Donald 38.0 10 127 11 v England Johannesburg 25 Nov 1999
15 SM Pollock 48.4 18 147 10 v India Bloemfontein 03 Nov 2001
16 PR Adams 31.1 8 106 10 v Bangladesh Chittagong 24 Apr 2003
17 M Ntini 48.0 8 220 10 v England Lord’s 31 Jul 2003
18 M Ntini 47.5 10 132 13 v West Indies Port of Spain 08 Apr 2005
19 A Nel 37.4 6 88 10 v West Indies Bridgetown 21 Apr 2005
20 M Ntini 44.5 6 178 10 v Australia Johannesburg 31 Mar 2006
21 M Ntini 33.0 5 145 10 v New Zealand Centurion 15 Apr 2006
22 DW Steyn 31.3 4 93 10 v New Zealand Johannesburg 08 Nov 2007
23 DW Steyn 24.3 6 91 10 v New Zealand Centurion 16 Nov 2007
24 DW Steyn 49.2 9 154 10 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2008
25 DW Steyn 34.5 7 108 10 v India Nagpur 06 Feb 2010
26 VD Philander 24.1 3 102 10 v Sri Lanka Centurion 15 Dec 2011
27 VD Philander 30.5 6 114 10 v New Zealand Hamilton 15 Mar 2012
28 DW Steyn 36.5 16 60 11 v Pakistan Johannesburg 01 Feb 2013
29 K Rabada 39.4 8 144 13 v England Centurion 22 Jan 2016
30 K Rabada 29.0 5 92 10 v Sri Lanka Cape Town 02 Jan 2017
31 K Rabada 24.5 5 63 10 v Bangladesh Bloemfontein 06 Oct 2017
32 K Rabada 43.0 11 150 11 v Australia Port Elizabeth 09 Mar 2018
33 KA Maharaj 81.1 14 283 12 v Sri Lanka Colombo (SSC) 20 Jul 2018
34 D Olivier 29.0 6 96 11 v Pakistan Centurion 26 Dec 2018

D Olivier captured five  plus  wickets in each innings of the test to return with a match haul of eleven wickets conceding 96 runs against Pakistan at Centurion to provide the third occasion of a South African bowler to capture ten or more wickets in a test against Pakistan. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Opposition Ground Start Date
1 PS de Villiers 40.2 15 108 10 v Pakistan Johannesburg 19 Jan 1995
2 DW Steyn 36.5 16 60 11 v Pakistan Johannesburg 01 Feb 2013
3 D Olivier 29.0 6 96 11 v Pakistan Centurion 26 Dec 2018

D Olivier captured five  plus  wickets in each innings of the test to return with a match haul of eleven wickets conceding 96 runs against Pakistan at Centurion to provide the fifth occasion of a South African bowler to capture ten or more wickets in a test at Centurion. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Opposition Ground Start Date
1 M Ntini 33.0 5 145 10 v New Zealand Centurion 15 Apr 2006
2 DW Steyn 24.3 6 91 10 v New Zealand Centurion 16 Nov 2007
3 VD Philander 24.1 3 102 10 v Sri Lanka Centurion 15 Dec 2011
4 K Rabada 39.4 8 144 13 v England Centurion 22 Jan 2016
5 D Olivier 29.0 6 96 11 v Pakistan Centurion 26 Dec 2018

D Olivier captured five  plus  wickets in each innings of the test to return with a match haul of eleven wickets conceding 96 runs against Pakistan at Centurion to provide the eighth occasion of a South African bowler to capture ten or more wickets in a test conceding less than 100 runs. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Opposition Ground Start Date
1 DW Steyn 36.5 16 60 11 v Pakistan Johannesburg 01 Feb 2013
2 K Rabada 24.5 5 63 10 v Bangladesh Bloemfontein 06 Oct 2017
3 PM Pollock 47.5 23 87 10 v England Nottingham 05 Aug 1965
4 A Nel 37.4 6 88 10 v West Indies Bridgetown 21 Apr 2005
5 DW Steyn 24.3 6 91 10 v New Zealand Centurion 16 Nov 2007
6 K Rabada 29.0 5 92 10 v Sri Lanka Cape Town 02 Jan 2017
7 DW Steyn 31.3 4 93 10 v New Zealand Johannesburg 08 Nov 2007
8 D Olivier 29.0 6 96 11 v Pakistan Centurion 26 Dec 2018

South African bowlers who have captured ten or more wickets in test with five plus wickets haul in each innings.

D Olivier captured five  plus  wickets in each innings of the test to return with a match haul of eleven wickets conceding 96 runs against Pakistan at Centurion to provide the 20th occasion of a South African bowler to capture ten or more wickets in a test with five plus wickets in each innings of test. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Opposition Ground Start Date
1 CB Llewellyn 49.5 12 116 10 v Australia Johannesburg 18 Oct 1902
2 AEE Vogler 52.1 6 181 12 v England Johannesburg 01 Jan 1910
3 EP Nupen 51.4 4 150 11 v England Johannesburg 24 Dec 1930
4 HJ Tayfield 66.5×8 22 165 13 v Australia Melbourne 24 Dec 1952
5 SF Burke 81.0 29 196 11 v New Zealand Cape Town 01 Jan 1962
6 PM Pollock 47.5 23 087 10 v England Nottingham 05 Aug 1965
7 AA Donald 55.0 15 139 12 v India Port Elizabeth 26 Dec 1992
8 AA Donald 38.0 10 127 11 v England Johannesburg 25 Nov 1999
9 PR Adams 31.1 8 106 10 v Bangladesh Chittagong 24 Apr 2003
10 M Ntini 48.0 8 220 10 v England Lord’s 31 Jul 2003
11 M Ntini 47.5 10 132 13 v West Indies Port of Spain 08 Apr 2005
12 M Ntini 33.0 5 145 10 v New Zealand Centurion 15 Apr 2006
13 DW Steyn 31.3 4 093 10 v New Zealand Johannesburg 08 Nov 2007
14 DW Steyn 49.2 9 154 10 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2008
15 VD Philander 24.1 3 102 10 v Sri Lanka Centurion 15 Dec 2011
16 DW Steyn 36.5 16 060 11 v Pakistan Johannesburg 01 Feb 2013
17 K Rabada 39.4 8 144 13 v England Centurion 22 Jan 2016
18 K Rabada 24.5 5 063 10 v Bangladesh Bloemfontein 06 Oct 2017
19 K Rabada 43.0 11 150 11 v Australia Port Elizabeth 09 Mar 2018
20 D Olivier 29.0 6 096 11 v Pakistan Centurion 26 Dec 2018

D Olivier captured five  plus  wickets in each innings of the test to return with a match haul of eleven wickets conceding 96 runs against Pakistan at Centurion to provide the fifth occasion of a South African bowler to capture ten or more wickets in a test conceding less than 100 runs with five plus wickets in each innings of test at Centurion. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Opposition Ground Start Date
1 DW Steyn 36.5 16 060 11 v Pakistan Johannesburg 01 Feb 2013
2 K Rabada 24.5 5 063 10 v Bangladesh Bloemfontein 06 Oct 2017
3 PM Pollock 47.5 23 087 10 v England Nottingham 05 Aug 1965
4 DW Steyn 31.3 4 093 10 v New Zealand Johannesburg 08 Nov 2007
5 D Olivier 29.0 6 096 11 v Pakistan Centurion 26 Dec 2018

D Olivier captured five  plus  wickets in each innings of the test to return with a match haul of eleven wickets conceding 96 runs against Pakistan at Centurion to provide the second  occasion of a South African bowler to capture ten or more wickets in a test with five plus wickets in each innings of test against Pakistan. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Opposition Ground Start Date
1 DW Steyn 36.5 16 060 11 v Pakistan Johannesburg 01 Feb 2013
2 D Olivier 29.0 6 096 11 v Pakistan Centurion 26 Dec 2018

D Olivier captured five  plus  wickets in each innings of the test to return with a match haul of eleven wickets conceding 96 runs against Pakistan at Centurion to provide the fourth occasion of a South African bowler to capture ten or more wickets in a test with five plus wickets in each innings of test at Centurion. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Opposition Ground Start Date
1 M Ntini 33.0 5 145 10 v New Zealand Centurion 15 Apr 2006
2 VD Philander 24.1 3 102 10 v Sri Lanka Centurion 15 Dec 2011
3 K Rabada 39.4 8 144 13 v England Centurion 22 Jan 2016
4 D Olivier 29.0 6 096 11 v Pakistan Centurion 26 Dec 2018

Indian captains who have scored a fifty and a duck in a test

V Kohli scored 82 and duck in the ongoing Melbourne test against Australia to provide the eighth occasion of an Indian captain to score a fifty an d a duck in a test. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player FI SI Opposition Ground Start Date
1 VS Hazare 63 0 v West Indies Bridgetown 07 Feb 1953
2 MAK Pataudi 95 0 v Australia Mumbai (BS) 04 Nov 1969
3 N Kapil Dev 69 0 v West Indies Kolkata 10 Dec 1983
4 SR Tendulkar 61 0 v Australia Adelaide 10 Dec 1999
5 MS Dhoni 52 0 v England Kolkata 05 Dec 2012
6 MS Dhoni 82 0 v England The Oval 15 Aug 2014
7 V Kohli 0 104* v Sri Lanka Kolkata 16 Nov 2017
8 V Kohli 82 0 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2018

V Kohli scored 82 and duck in the ongoing Melbourne test against Australia to provide the eighth occasion of an Indian captain to score a fifty an d a duck in a test against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player FI SI Opposition Ground Start Date
1 MAK Pataudi 95 0 v Australia Mumbai (BS) 04 Nov 1969
2 SR Tendulkar 61 0 v Australia Adelaide 10 Dec 1999
3 V Kohli 82 0 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2018

MS Dhoni and V Kohli are the two Indian captains to have  scored a fifty and a duck in a test on two occasions. The feat of these two captains are detailed below

No Player FI SI Opposition Ground Start Date
1 MS Dhoni 52 0 v England Kolkata 05 Dec 2012
2 MS Dhoni 82 0 v England The Oval 15 Aug 2014
             
1 V Kohli 0 104* v Sri Lanka Kolkata 16 Nov 2017
2 V Kohli 82 0 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2018
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