JO Holder emulates Wasim Akram of Pakistan in scoring a double century as captain batting at number eight.

West Indies captain JO Holder scored 202 not out against England at Bridgetown in the just concluded teat to provide the thirteenth occasion of a captain scoring a test hundred while batting at number eight. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 R Illingworth 113 2 Eng Win Lord’s 26 Jun 1969
2 CH Lloyd 106 2 Win Ind St John’s 28 Apr 1983
3 Imran Khan 135* 1 Pak Ind Chennai 03 Feb 1987
4 Wasim Akram 257* 2 Pak Zim Sheikhupura 17 Oct 1996
5 HH Streak 127* 1 Zim Win Harare 04 Nov 2003
6 DL Vettori 118 1 NZl Ind Hamilton 18 Mar 2009
7 DL Vettori 140 4 NZl Srl Colombo (SSC) 26 Aug 2009
8 MS Dhoni 132* 2 Ind SAF Kolkata 14 Feb 2010
9 DL Vettori 110 1 NZl Pak Wellington 15 Jan 2011
10 MS Dhoni 144 1 Ind Win Kolkata 14 Nov 2011
11 DJG Sammy 106 1 Win Eng Nottingham 25 May 2012
12 AG Cremer 102* 2 Zim Srl Harare 29 Oct 2016
13 JO Holder 202* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23 Jan 2019

It also provides the second occasion of a West Indies captain scoring centuries against England while batting at number eight. Both the occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 DJG Sammy 106 1 Win Eng Nottingham 25 May 2012
2 JO Holder 202* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23 Jan 2019

It also provides the third occasion of a West Indies captain scoring centuries while batting at number eight. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 CH Lloyd 106 2 Win Ind St John’s 28 Apr 1983
2 DJG Sammy 106 1 Win Eng Nottingham 25 May 2012
3 JO Holder 202* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23 Jan 2019

JO Holder emulated Wasim Akram of Pakistan in scoring a double century as captain batting at number eight. Wasim Akram had scored 257 not out against Zimbabwe at Sheikhupura in Oct 1996

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Wasim Akram 257* 2 Pak Zim Sheikhupura 17 Oct 1996
2 JO Holder 202* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23 Jan 2019

West Indian captains scoring centuries in a test innings

West Indies captain JO Holder scored 202 not out against England at Bridgetown in the just concluded teat to provide the  72nd occasion of a West Indies  captain scoring a test hundred. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 JB Stollmeyer 104 4 v Australia Sydney 25 Jan 1952
2 JB Stollmeyer 104* 4 v India Port of Spain 19 Feb 1953
3 DS Atkinson 219 2 v Australia Bridgetown 14 May 1955
4 GS Sobers 161 1 v England Manchester 02 Jun 1966
5 GS Sobers 163* 3 v England Lord’s 16 Jun 1966
6 GS Sobers 174 1 v England Leeds 04 Aug 1966
7 GS Sobers 113* 3 v England Kingston 08 Feb 1968
8 GS Sobers 152 1 v England Georgetown 28 Mar 1968
9 GS Sobers 110 1 v Australia Adelaide 24 Jan 1969
10 GS Sobers 113 4 v Australia Sydney 14 Feb 1969
11 GS Sobers 108* 3 v India Georgetown 19 Mar 1971
12 GS Sobers 178* 1 v India Bridgetown 01 Apr 1971
13 GS Sobers 132 2 v India Port of Spain 13 Apr 1971
14 GS Sobers 142 3 v New Zealand Bridgetown 23 Mar 1972
15 RB Kanhai 105 2 v Australia Bridgetown 09 Mar 1973
16 RB Kanhai 157 1 v England Lord’s 23 Aug 1973
17 CH Lloyd 163 3 v India Bengaluru 22 Nov 1974
18 CH Lloyd 242* 1 v India Mumbai 23 Jan 1975
19 CH Lloyd 149 2 v Australia Perth 12 Dec 1975
20 CH Lloyd 102 3 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 1975
21 CH Lloyd 102 2 v India Bridgetown 10 Mar 1976
22 CH Lloyd 157 2 v Pakistan Bridgetown 18 Feb 1977
23 AI Kallicharran 126 4 v Australia Kingston 28 Apr 1978
24 AI Kallicharran 187 2 v India Mumbai 01 Dec 1978
25 CH Lloyd 121 1 v Australia Adelaide 26 Jan 1980
26 CH Lloyd 101 2 v England Manchester 10 Jul 1980
27 CH Lloyd 100 1 v England Bridgetown 13 Mar 1981
28 CH Lloyd 143 2 v India Port of Spain 11 Mar 1983
29 CH Lloyd 106 2 v India St John’s 28 Apr 1983
30 CH Lloyd 103 2 v India Delhi 29 Oct 1983
31 CH Lloyd 161* 2 v India Kolkata 10 Dec 1983
32 CH Lloyd 114 2 v Australia Brisbane 23 Nov 1984
33 IVA Richards 105 2 v New Zealand Bridgetown 26 Apr 1985
34 IVA Richards 110* 3 v England St John’s 11 Apr 1986
35 IVA Richards 109* 4 v India Delhi 25 Nov 1987
36 IVA Richards 123 3 v Pakistan Port of Spain 14 Apr 1988
37 IVA Richards 146 1 v Australia Perth 02 Dec 1988
38 IVA Richards 110 2 v India Kingston 28 Apr 1989
39 DL Haynes 117 1 v Pakistan Karachi 15 Nov 1990
40 RB Richardson 109 2 v Australia Sydney 02 Jan 1993
41 RB Richardson 100 1 v Australia Kingston 29 Apr 1995
42 BC Lara 213 2 v Australia Kingston 13 Mar 1999
43 BC Lara 153* 4 v Australia Bridgetown 26 Mar 1999
44 BC Lara 100 2 v Australia St John’s 03 Apr 1999
45 JC Adams 101* 2 v Zimbabwe Kingston 24 Mar 2000
46 CL Hooper 149 2 v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 19 Jul 2001
47 CL Hooper 233 1 v India Georgetown 11 Apr 2002
48 CL Hooper 115 2 v India Bridgetown 02 May 2002
49 CL Hooper 136 2 v India St John’s 10 May 2002
50 BC Lara 110 3 v Australia Georgetown 10 Apr 2003
51 BC Lara 122 4 v Australia Port of Spain 19 Apr 2003
52 BC Lara 209 2 v Sri Lanka Gros Islet 20 Jun 2003
53 BC Lara 191 1 v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 12 Nov 2003
54 BC Lara 202 2 v South Africa Johannesburg 12 Dec 2003
55 BC Lara 115 2 v South Africa Cape Town 02 Jan 2004
56 BC Lara 400* 1 v England St John’s 10 Apr 2004
57 BC Lara 120 2 v Bangladesh Kingston 04 Jun 2004
58 S Chanderpaul 203* 1 v South Africa Georgetown 31 Mar 2005
59 S Chanderpaul 127 2 v South Africa St John’s 29 Apr 2005
60 S Chanderpaul 153* 3 v Pakistan Bridgetown 26 May 2005
61 BC Lara 120 3 v India Gros Islet 10 Jun 2006
62 BC Lara 122 3 v Pakistan Lahore 11 Nov 2006
63 BC Lara 216 2 v Pakistan Multan 19 Nov 2006
64 RR Sarwan 128 4 v Australia North Sound 30 May 2008
65 CH Gayle 197 3 v New Zealand Napier 19 Dec 2008
65 CH Gayle 104 2 v England Kingston 04 Feb 2009
67 CH Gayle 102 2 v England Port of Spain 06 Mar 2009
68 CH Gayle 165* 3 v Australia Adelaide 04 Dec 2009
69 CH Gayle 102 2 v Australia Perth 16 Dec 2009
70 DJG Sammy 106 1 v England Nottingham 25 May 2012
71 JO Holder 110 2 v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 29 Oct 2017
72 JO Holder 202* 3 v England Bridgetown 23 Jan 2019

It also provides the 14th occasion of a West Indies captain scoring a century against England. All such occasions are tabulated below. JO Holder became the second West Indian captain to score a century against England at Bridgetown after CH Lloyd. CH Lloyd had scored 100 against England at Bridgetown in Mar 1981

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 GS Sobers 161 1 v England Manchester 02 Jun 1966
2 GS Sobers 163* 3 v England Lord’s 16 Jun 1966
3 GS Sobers 174 1 v England Leeds 04 Aug 1966
4 GS Sobers 113* 3 v England Kingston 08 Feb 1968
5 GS Sobers 152 1 v England Georgetown 28 Mar 1968
6 RB Kanhai 157 1 v England Lord’s 23 Aug 1973
7 CH Lloyd 101 2 v England Manchester 10 Jul 1980
8 CH Lloyd 100 1 v England Bridgetown 13 Mar 1981
9 IVA Richards 110* 3 v England St John’s 11 Apr 1986
10 BC Lara 400* 1 v England St John’s 10 Apr 2004
11 CH Gayle 104 2 v England Kingston 04 Feb 2009
12 CH Gayle 102 2 v England Port of Spain 06 Mar 2009
13 DJG Sammy 106 1 v England Nottingham 25 May 2012
14 JO Holder 202* 3 v England Bridgetown 23 Jan 2019

JO  Holder’s 202 not out in this test provides the tenth occasion of a West Indies captain scoring a double century in a test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below. JO Holder became the second West Indian captain to score a double century in a test innings at Bridgetown after DS Atkinson. DS Atkinson had scored 219 against Australia at Bridgetown in May 1955

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 DS Atkinson 219 2 v Australia Bridgetown 14 May 1955
2 CH Lloyd 242* 1 v India Mumbai 23 Jan 1975
3 BC Lara 213 2 v Australia Kingston 13 Mar 1999
4 CL Hooper 233 1 v India Georgetown 11 Apr 2002
5 BC Lara 209 2 v Sri Lanka Gros Islet 20 Jun 2003
6 BC Lara 202 2 v South Africa Johannesburg 12 Dec 2003
7 BC Lara 400* 1 v England St John’s 10 Apr 2004
8 S Chanderpaul 203* 1 v South Africa Georgetown 31 Mar 2005
9 BC Lara 216 2 v Pakistan Multan 19 Nov 2006
10 JO Holder 202* 3 v England Bridgetown 23 Jan 2019

JO Holder became the second West Indian captain to score a double century in a test innings against England after BC Lara. BC Lara had scored 400 not out against England at St John’s in Apr 2004.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 BC Lara 400* 1 v England St John’s 10 Apr 2004
2 JO Holder 202* 3 v England Bridgetown 23 Jan 2019

V Kohli became the second batsman in the history of one day internationals to score 5000 plus runs when a batsman has batted second and his team won the game.

V Kohli became the second batsman in the history of one day internationals to score 5000 plus runs when a batsman has batted second and his team won the game. He has an aggregate of 5004 at the end of the third game between New Zealand and India at Mount Maunganui, played on Jan 28 2019. .V Kohli emulated SR Tendulkar in this category of statistics. SR Tendulkar has an aggregate of 5490 runs

No Player Team Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 0
1 SR Tendulkar Ind 1990-2012 127 124 25 5490 134 55.45 14 31 6
2 V Kohli Ind 2008-2019 083 080 28 5004 183 96.23 21 20 3

Captain scoring double century and wicket keeper scoring century in the same innings of a test

JO Holder {202 not out} and SO Dowrich of West Indies scored hundreds in the just concluded test between West Indies and England at Bridgetown to provide the ninth occasion of a captain scoring a double hundred and a wicket keeper scoring hundred in the same innings of a test in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are listed below

No Player C/Wk Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 DS Atkinson C 219 2 Win Aus Bridgetown 14.05.55
  CC Depeiaza Wk 122 2 Win Aus Bridgetown 14.05.55
                 
2 MAK Pataudi C 203* 3 Ind Eng Delhi 08.02.64
  BK Kunderan Wk 100 3 Ind Eng Delhi 08.02.64
                 
3 BC Lara C 400* 1 Win Eng St John’s 10.04.04
  RD Jacobs Wk 107* 1 Win Eng St John’s 10.04.04
                 
4 RT Ponting C 207 2 Aus Pak Sydney 02.01.05
  AC Gilchrist Wk 113 2 Aus Pak Sydney 02.01.05
                 
5 Younis Khan C 313 2 Pak Srl Karachi 21.02.09
  Kamran Akmal Wk 158* 2 Pak Srl Karachi 21.02.09
                 
6 GC Smith C 234 2 SAF Pak Dubai (DSC) 23.10.13
  AB de Villiers Wk 164 2 SAF Pak Dubai (DSC) 23.10.13
                 
7 BB McCullum C 302 3 NZl Ind Wellington 14.02.14
  BJ Watling Wk 124 3 NZl Ind Wellington 14.02.14
                 
8 V Kohli C 204 1 Ind Ban Hyd-RGS 09.02.17
  WP Saha Wk 106* 1 Ind Ban Hyd-RGS 09.02.17
                 
9 JO Holder C 202* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23.01.19
  SO Dowrich Wk 116* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23.01.19

Test cricket has witnessed a lone occasion of a captain scoring a century and a wicket keeper scoring a double hundred in the same innings of a test. Javed Miandad made 106 not out and Taslim Arif scored 210  not out in the test between Pakistan and Australia at Faisalabad in March 1980

No Player C/Wk Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 Javed Miandad C 106* 2 Pak Aus Faisalabad 06.03.80
  Taslim Arif Wk 210* 2 Pak Aus Faisalabad 06.03.80

JO Holder {202 not out} and SO Dowrich of West Indies scored hundreds in the just concluded test between West Indies and England at Bridgetown to provide the third occasion of a captain and a wicket keeper scoring unbeaten hundreds in the same innings of a test in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are listed below

No Player C/Wk Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 Javed Miandad C 106* 2 Pak Aus Faisalabad 06.03.80
  Taslim Arif Wk 210* 2 Pak Auds Faisalabad 06.03.80
                 
2 BC Lara C 400* 1 Win Eng St John’s 10.04.04
  RD Jacobs Wk 107* 1 Win Eng St John’s 10.04.04
                 
3 JO Holder C 202* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23.01.19
  SO Dowrich Wk 116* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23.01.19

Captain and wicket keeper scoring centuries in the same innings of a test

JO Holder {202 not out} and SO Dowrich of West Indies scored hundreds in the just concluded test between West Indies and England at Bridgetown to provide the 30th occasion of a captain and a wicket keeper scoring hundreds in the same innings of a test in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are listed below

No Player C/Wk Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 WR Hammond C 181 1 Eng SAF Cape Town 31.12.38
  LEG Ames Wk 115 1 Eng SAF Cape Town 31.12.38
                 
2 L Hutton C 150 2 Eng Ind Lord’s 19.06.52
  TG Evans Wk 104 2 Eng Ind Lord’s 19.06.52
                 
3 DS Atkinson C 219 2 Win Aus Bridgetown 14.05.55
  CC Depeiaza Wk 122 2 Win Aus Bridgetown 14.05.55
                 
4 DJ McGlew C 104* 2 SAF Eng Manchester 07.07.55
  JHB Waite Wk 113 2 SAF Eng Manchester 07.07.55
                 
5 DJ McGlew C 108 1 SAF Aus Johannesburg 23.12.57
  JHB Waite Wk 115 1 SAF Aus Johannesburg 23.12.57
                 
6 MAK Pataudi C 203* 3 Ind Eng Delhi 08.02.64
  BK Kunderan Wk 100 3 Ind Eng Delhi 08.02.64
                 
7 IM Chappell C 196 2 Aus Pak Adelaide 22.12.72
  RW Marsh Wk 118 2 Aus Pak Adelaide 22.12.72
                 
8 AW Greig C 116 2 Eng Win Leeds 22.07.76
  APE Knott Wk 116 2 Eng Win Leeds 22.07.76
                 
9 SM Gavaskar C 123 1 Ind Aus Mumbai 03.11.79
  SMH Kirmani Wk 101* 1 Ind Aus Mumbai 03.11.79
                 
10 Javed Miandad C 106* 2 Pak Aus Faisalabad 06.03.80
  Taslim Arif Wk 210* 2 Pak Auds Faisalabad 06.03.80
                 
11 CH Lloyd C 106 2 Win Ind St John’s 28.04.83
  PJL Dujon Wk 110 2 Win Ind St John’s 28.04.83
                 
12 IVA Richards C 123 3 Win Pak Port of Spain 14.04.88
  PJL Dujon Wk 106* 3 Win Pak Port of Spain 14.04.88
                 
13 A Ranatunga C 127 2 Srl Aus Col-SSC 17.08.92
  RS Kaluwitharana Wk 132* 2 Srl Aus Col-SSC 17.08.92
                 
14 WJ Cronje C 112 2 SAF NZl Cape Town 02.01.95
  DJ Richardson Wk 109 2 SAF NZl Cape Town 02.01.95
                 
15 SR Waugh C 105 2 Aus Eng Birmingham 05.07.01
  AC Gilchrist Wk 152 2 Aus Eng Birmingham 05.07.01
                 
16 ST Jayasuriya C 111 2 Srl Ind Galle 14.08.01
  KC Sangakkara Wk 105* 2 Srl Ind Galle 14.08.01
                 
17 CL Hooper C 136 2 Win Ind St John’s 10.05.02
  RD Jacobs Wk 118 2 Win Ind St John’s 10.05.02
                 
18 SR Waugh C 102 2 Aus Eng Sydney 02.01.03
  AC Gilchrist Wk 133 2 Aus Eng Sydney 02.01.03
                 
19 BC Lara C 400* 1 Win Eng St John’s 10.04.04
  RD Jacobs Wk 107* 1 Win Eng St John’s 10.04.04
                 
20 RT Ponting C 207 2 Aus Pak Sydney 02.01.05
  AC Gilchrist Wk 113 2 Aus Pak Sydney 02.01.05
                 
21 R Dravid C 103 2 Ind Pak Faisalabad 21.01.06
  MS Dhoni Wk 148 2 Ind Pak Faisalabad 21.01.06
                 
22 M Jayawardene C 127 2 Srl Ban Col-SSC 25.06.07
  P Jayawardene Wk 120* 2 Srl Ban Col-SSC 25.06.07
                 
23 Younis Khan C 313 2 Pak Srl Karachi 21.02.09
  Kamran Akmal Wk 158* 2 Pak Srl Karachi 21.02.09
                 
24 AJ Strauss C 142 1 Eng Win Port of Spain 06.03.09
  MJ Prior Wk 131* 1 Eng Win Port of Spain 06.03.09
                 
25 RT Ponting C 150 2 Aus Eng Cardiff 08.07.09
  BJ Haddin Wk 121 2 Aus Eng Cardiff 08.07.09
                 
26 GC Smith C 234 2 SAF Pak Dubai (DSC) 23.10.13
  AB de Villiers Wk 164 2 SAF Pak Dubai (DSC) 23.10.13
                 
27 MJ Clarke C 148 1 Aus Eng Adelaide 05.12.13
  BJ Haddin Wk 118 1 Aus Eng Adelaide 05.12.13
                 
28 BB McCullum C 302 3 NZl Ind Wellington 14.02.14
  BJ Watling Wk 124 3 NZl Ind Wellington 14.02.14
                 
29 V Kohli C 204 1 Ind Ban Hyd-RGS 09.02.17
  WP Saha Wk 106* 1 Ind Ban Hyd-RGS 09.02.17
                 
30 JO Holder C 202* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23.01.19
  SO Dowrich Wk 116* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23.01.19

JO Holder {202 not out} and SO Dowrich of West Indies scored hundreds in the just concluded test between West Indies and England at Bridgetown to provide the 30th occasion of a captain and a wicket keeper scoring hundreds in the same innings of a test against England in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are listed below

No Player C/Wk Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 DJ McGlew C 104* 2 SAF Eng Manchester 07.07.55
  JHB Waite Wk 113 2 SAF Eng Manchester 07.07.55
                 
2 MAK Pataudi C 203* 3 Ind Eng Delhi 08.02.64
  BK Kunderan Wk 100 3 Ind Eng Delhi 08.02.64
                 
3 SR Waugh C 105 2 Aus Eng Birmingham 05.07.01
  AC Gilchrist Wk 152 2 Aus Eng Birmingham 05.07.01
                 
4 SR Waugh C 102 2 Aus Eng Sydney 02.01.03
  AC Gilchrist Wk 133 2 Aus Eng Sydney 02.01.03
                 
5 BC Lara C 400* 1 Win Eng St John’s 10.04.04
  RD Jacobs Wk 107* 1 Win Eng St John’s 10.04.04
                 
6 RT Ponting C 150 2 Aus Eng Cardiff 08.07.09
  BJ Haddin Wk 121 2 Aus Eng Cardiff 08.07.09
                 
7 MJ Clarke C 148 1 Aus Eng Adelaide 05.12.13
  BJ Haddin Wk 118 1 Aus Eng Adelaide 05.12.13
                 
8 JO Holder C 202* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23.01.19
  SO Dowrich Wk 116* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23.01.19

JO Holder {202 not out} and SO Dowrich of West Indies scored hundreds in the just concluded test between West Indies and England at Bridgetown to provide the fifth occasion of West Indies captain and a wicket keeper scoring hundreds in the same innings of a test in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are listed below

No Player C/Wk Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 DS Atkinson C 219 2 Win Aus Bridgetown 14.05.55
  CC Depeiaza Wk 122 2 Win Aus Bridgetown 14.05.55
                 
2 CH Lloyd C 106 2 Win Ind St John’s 28.04.83
  PJL Dujon Wk 110 2 Win Ind St John’s 28.04.83
                 
3 IVA Richards C 123 3 Win Pak Port of Spain 14.04.88
  PJL Dujon Wk 106* 3 Win Pak Port of Spain 14.04.88
                 
4 CL Hooper C 136 2 Win Ind St John’s 10.05.02
  RD Jacobs Wk 118 2 Win Ind St John’s 10.05.02
                 
5 JO Holder C 202* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23.01.19
  SO Dowrich Wk 116* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23.01.19

JO Holder {202 not out} and SO Dowrich of West Indies scored hundreds in the just concluded test between West Indies and England at Bridgetown to provide the fifth occasion of West Indies captain and a wicket keeper scoring hundreds in the same innings of a test in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are listed below

No Player C/Wk Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 DS Atkinson C 219 2 Win Aus Bridgetown 14.05.55
  CC Depeiaza Wk 122 2 Win Aus Bridgetown 14.05.55
                 
2 CH Lloyd C 106 2 Win Ind St John’s 28.04.83
  PJL Dujon Wk 110 2 Win Ind St John’s 28.04.83
                 
3 IVA Richards C 123 3 Win Pak Port of Spain 14.04.88
  PJL Dujon Wk 106* 3 Win Pak Port of Spain 14.04.88
                 
4 CL Hooper C 136 2 Win Ind St John’s 10.05.02
  RD Jacobs Wk 118 2 Win Ind St John’s 10.05.02
                 
5 JO Holder C 202* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23.01.19
  SO Dowrich Wk 116* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23.01.19

JO Holder {202 not out} and SO Dowrich of West Indies scored hundreds in the just concluded test between West Indies and England at Bridgetown to provide the second occasion of West Indies captain scorind  double century and a West Indisn wicket keeper scoring hundreds in the same innings of a test in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are listed below

No Player C/Wk Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 DS Atkinson C 219 2 Win Aus Bridgetown 14.05.55
  CC Depeiaza Wk 122 2 Win Aus Bridgetown 14.05.55
                 
2 JO Holder C 202* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23.01.19
  SO Dowrich Wk 116* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23.01.19

Wicket keeper batsmen scoring zero and a century in a test – SO Dowrich of West Indies joins the list

SO Dowrich of West Indies scored zero and 116 not out against England at Bridgetown in the just concluded test to provide the fourteenth occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a zero and a century in a test in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player FI SI Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 IM Barrow 105 0 Win Eng Manchester 22 Jul 1933
2 Imtiaz Ahmed 209 0 Pak NZl Lahore 26 Oct 1955
3 Imtiaz Ahmed 122 0 Pak Win Kingston 26 Feb 1958
4 FCM Alexander 0 108 Win Aus Sydney 13 Jan 1961
5 NR Mongia 152 0 Ind Aus Delhi 10 Oct 1996
6 MV Boucher 0 108 SAF Eng Durban 26 Dec 1999
7 D Dasgupta 100 0* Ind Eng Mohali 03 Dec 2001
8 AC Gilchrist 0 144 Aus Srl Kandy 16 Mar 2004
9 Kamran Akmal 113 0* Pak Ind Karachi 29 Jan 2006
10 AC Gilchrist 0 102* Aus Eng Perth 14 Dec 2006
11 HAPW Jayawardene 0 120 Srl Pak Abu Dhabi 18 Oct 2011
12 BJ Watling 103 0 NZl Ban Chattogram 09 Oct 2013
13 BJ Watling 0 124 NZl Ind Wellington 14 Feb 2014
14 SO Dowrich 0 116* Win Eng Bridgetown 23 Jan 2019

It also provides the third occasion of a West Indian wicket keeper batsman scoring a zero and a century in a test. All the three occasions are listed below

No Player FI SI Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 IM Barrow 105 0 Win Eng Manchester 22 Jul 1933
2 FCM Alexander 0 108 Win Aus Sydney 13 Jan 1961
3 SO Dowrich 0 116* Win Eng Bridgetown 23 Jan 2019

It also provides the fifth occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a zero and a century in a test against England. All such occasions are listed below.

No Player FI SI Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 IM Barrow 105 0 Win Eng Manchester 22 Jul 1933
2 MV Boucher 0 108 SAF Eng Durban 26 Dec 1999
3 D Dasgupta 100 0* Ind Eng Mohali 03 Dec 2001
4 AC Gilchrist 0 102* Aus Eng Perth 14 Dec 2006
5 SO Dowrich 0 116* Win Eng Bridgetown 23 Jan 2019

It also provides the second occasion of a West Indian wicket keeper batsman scoring a zero and a century in a test against England. Both the occasions are listed below. SO Dowrich emulated IM Barrow in achieving the feat against England  after a gap of 86 yearss

No Player FI SI Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 IM Barrow 105 0 Win Eng Manchester 22 Jul 1933
2 SO Dowrich 0 116* Win Eng Bridgetown 23 Jan 2019

Imtiaz Ahmed of Pakistan and BJ Watling of New Zealand and AC Gilchirst of Australia are the three wicket keepers to achieve the feat of scoring a zero and a century in a test on two occasions.

No Player FI SI Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Imtiaz Ahmed 209 0 Pak NZl Lahore 26 Oct 1955
2 Imtiaz Ahmed 122 0 Pak Win Kingston 26 Feb 1958
               
1 BJ Watling 103 0 NZl Ban Chattogram 09 Oct 2013
2 BJ Watling 0 124 NZl Ind Wellington 14 Feb 2014
               
1 AC Gilchrist 0 144 Aus Srl Kandy 16 Mar 2004
2 AC Gilchrist 0 102* Aus Eng Perth 14 Dec 2006

SO Dowrich became the second wicket keeper batsman to achieve the feat of scoring a zero and a century on West Indian soil. Imtiaz Ahmed of Pakistan has scored 122 and zero against West Indies at Kingsotn in Feb 1958.

No Player FI SI Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Imtiaz Ahmed 122 0 Pak Win Kingston 26 Feb 1958
2 SO Dowrich 0 116* Win Eng Bridgetown 23 Jan 2019

Imtiaz Ahmed of Pakistan and NR Mongia of India are the two wicket keepers to score 150 plus runs and a zero in a test. Imtiaz Ahmed of Pakistan remains the only wikcet keepr batsman to score a double century and zero  in a test

No Player FI SI Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Imtiaz Ahmed 209 0 Pak NZl Lahore 26 Oct 1955
2 NR Mongia 152 0 Ind Aus Delhi 10 Oct 1996

England dismissed for a total of less than 100 runs in a test innings

England was dismissed for 77 in its first innings against West Indies  in the ongoing test at Bridgetown to provide the 35th occasion of England dismissed all out for a total less than 100 runs in a test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Opposition Ground Start Date
1 England 77 55.0×4 v Australia The Oval 28 Aug 1882
2 England 95 63.0×4 v Australia Manchester 10 Jul 1884
3 England 77 39.1×4 v Australia Sydney 14 Mar 1885
4 England 45 35.3×4 v Australia Sydney 28 Jan 1887
5 England 53 50.0×4 v Australia Lord’s 16 Jul 1888
6 England 62 47.0×4 v Australia Lord’s 16 Jul 1888
7 England 75 40.1 v Australia Melbourne 29 Dec 1894
8 England 65 38.5 v Australia Sydney 01 Feb 1895
9 England 72 29.1 v Australia Sydney 01 Feb 1895
10 England 84 49.0×5 v Australia The Oval 10 Aug 1896
11 England 92 48.0×5 v South Africa Cape Town 01 Apr 1899
12 England 61 15.4 v Australia Melbourne 01 Jan 1902
13 England 99 48.1 v Australia Sydney 14 Feb 1902
14 England 61 31.2 v Australia Melbourne 05 Mar 1904
15 England 76 36.3 v South Africa Leeds 29 Jul 1907
16 England 87 37.5 v Australia Leeds 01 Jul 1909
17 England 52 42.1 v Australia The Oval 14 Aug 1948
18 England 87 31.2×8 v Australia Melbourne 31 Dec 1958
19 England 71 32.5 v West Indies Manchester 08 Jul 1976
20 England 95 34.3×8 v Australia Melbourne 12 Mar 1977
21 England 64 27.3×8 v New Zealand Wellington 10 Feb 1978
22 England 82 50.2 v New Zealand Christchurch 03 Feb 1984
23 England 93 51.0 v New Zealand Christchurch 03 Feb 1984
24 England 93 42.4 v West Indies Manchester 30 Jun 1988
25 England 46 19.1 v West Indies Port of Spain 25 Mar 1994
26 England 99 45.5 v South Africa Lord’s 21 Jul 1994
27 England 92 42.5 v Australia Melbourne 24 Dec 1994
28 England 89 30.0 v West Indies Birmingham 06 Jul 1995
29 England 77 42.3 v Australia Lord’s 19 Jun 1997
30 England 79 28.2 v Australia Brisbane 07 Nov 2002
31 England 81 30.5 v Sri Lanka Galle 18 Dec 2007
32 England 51 33.2 v West Indies Kingston 04 Feb 2009
33 England 72 36.1 v Pakistan Abu Dhabi 25 Jan 2012
34 England 58 20.4 v New Zealand Auckland 22 Mar 2018
35 England 77 30.2 v West Indies Bridgetown 23 Jan 2019

It also provides the sixth occasion of England dismissed for a total less than 100 runs against West Indies in a test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Opposition Ground Start Date
1 England 71 32.5 v West Indies Manchester 08 Jul 1976
2 England 93 42.4 v West Indies Manchester 30 Jun 1988
3 England 46 19.1 v West Indies Port of Spain 25 Mar 1994
4 England 89 30.0 v West Indies Birmingham 06 Jul 1995
5 England 51 33.2 v West Indies Kingston 04 Feb 2009
6 England 77 30.2 v West Indies Bridgetown 23 Jan 2019

England’s 77 against West Indies at Bridgetown in the ongoing test provides the fourth  occasion of England dismissed all out for 77 in a test innings.  All such occasions are listed beloww

No Team Score Overs Opposition Ground Start Date
1 England 77 55.0×4 v Australia The Oval 28 Aug 1882
2 England 77 39.1×4 v Australia Sydney 14 Mar 1885
3 England 77 42.3 v Australia Lord’s 19 Jun 1997
4 England 77 30.2 v West Indies Bridgetown 23 Jan 2019

IPL 2019 SQUADS: Retained players and team lists

CHENNAI SUPER KINGS

MS Dhoni, Ravindra Jadeja, Suresh Raina, Kedar Jadhav, Dwayne Bravo, Karn Sharma, Shane Watson, Shardul Thakur, Ambati Rayudu, Murali Vijay, Harbhajan Singh, Faf Du Plessis, Sam Billings, Imran Tahir, Deepak Chahar, Lungi Ngidi, Asif KM, N Jagadeesan, Monu Singh, Dhruv Shorey, Chaitanya Bishnoi, David Willey, Mohit Sharma, Ruturaj Gaikwad

Released: Mark Wood, Kanishk Seth, Kshitiz Sharma

SUNRISERS HYDERBAD

David Warner, Kane Williamson, Martin Guptill, Jonny Bairstow, Shakib Al Hasan, Wriddhiman Saha, Rashid Khan, Mohammad Nabi, Billy Stanlake, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Manish Pandey, Siddharth Kaul, Sandeep Sharma, Yusuf Pathan, Deepak Hooda, Ricky Bhui, Khaleel Ahmed, Basil Thampi, Natarajan, Shreevats Goswami, Shahbaz Nadeem (traded), Vijay Shankar (traded), and Abhishek Sharma (traded)

Released: Alex Hales, Carlos Brathwaite, Chris Jordan, Wriddhiman Saha, Sachin Baby, Tanmay Agarwal, Bipul Sharma, Mehdi Hasan, Shikhar Dhawan (traded)

KOLKATA KNIGHT RIDERS

Dinesh Karthik, Robin Uthappa, Chris Lynn, Shubman Gill, Carlos Brathwaite, Nitish Rana, Rinku Singh, Andre Russell, Sunil Narine, Shivam Mavi, Kuldeep Yadav, Piyush Chawla, Kamlesh Nagarkoti, Prasidh Krishna, Lockie Ferguson, Anrich Nortje, Nikhil Naik, Harry Gurney, Prithvi Raj Yarra, Joe Denly, Shrikant Mudhe

Released: Mitchell Starc, Tom Curran, Mitchell Johnson, Cameron Delport, Javon Searles, Ishank Jaggi, Apoorv Wankhede, Vinay Kumar

RAJASTHAN ROYALS

Ajinkya Rahane, Krishnappa Gowtham, Sanju Samson, Shreyas Gopal, Aryaman Birla, S. Midhun, Prashant Chopra, Stuart Binny, Rahul Tripathi, Dhawal Kulkarni, Mahipal Lomror, Jos Buttler, Ben Stokes, Steve Smith, Jofra Archer, Ish Sodhi, Jaydev Unadkat, Varun Aaron, Oshane Thomas, Shashank Singh, Liam Livingstone, Shubham Ranjane, Manan Vohra, Ashton Turner, Riyan Parag

Released: D’Arcy Short, Ben Laughlin, Heinrich Klaasen, Dane Paterson, Zahir Khan, Dushmantha Chameera, Anureet Singh, Ankit Sharma, Jatin Saxena

MUMBAI INDIANS

Rohit Sharma, Hardik Pandya, Jasprit Bumrah, Krunal Pandya, Ishan Kishan, Suryakumar Yadav, Mayank Markande, Rahul Chahar, Anukul Roy, Siddhesh Lad, Aditya Tare, Evin Lewis, Kieron Pollard, Ben Cutting, Mitchell McClenaghan, Adam Milne, Jason Behrendorff, Quinton de Kock (traded), Lasith Malinga, Anmolpreet Singh, Barinder Sran, Pankaj Jaswal, Rasikh Dar, Yuvraj Singh, Jayant Yadav (traded)

Released: Saurabh Tiwary, Pradeep Sangwan, Mohsin Khan, MD Nidheesh, Sharad Lumba, Tajinder Singh Dhillon, JP Duminy, Pat Cummins, Mustafizur Rahman, Akila Dananjaya

ROYAL CHALLENGERS BANGALORE

Retained: Virat Kohli, AB de Villiers, Shimron Hetmyer, Parthiv Patel, Washington Sundar, Pawan Negi, Moeen Ali, Colin de Grandhomme, Yuzvendra Chahal, Mohammed Siraj, Tim Southee, Umesh Yadav, Navdeep Saini, Kulwant Khejroliya, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Marcus Stoinis (traded), Gurkeet Mann, Devdutt Padikkal, Shivam Dube, Heinrich Klaasen, Himmat Singh, Milind Kumar, Prayas Ray Barman, Akshdeep Nath

Released: Corey Anderson, Brendon McCullum, Chris Woakes, Sarfraz Khan, Mandeep Singh (traded), Quinton de Kock (traded)

KINGS XI PUNJAB

Lokesh Rahul, Chris Gayle, Andrew Tye, Mayank Agarwal, Nicholas Pooran, Ankit Rajpoot, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Karun Nair, David Miller, Moises Henriques, Ravichandran Ashwin, Mandeep Singh (traded), Mohammad Shami, Sarfaraz Khan, Varun Chakaravarthy, Sam Curran, Hardus Viljoen, Arshdeep Singh, Darshan Nalkande, Prabhsimran Singh, Agnivesh Ayachi, Harpreet Brar, Murugan Ashwin

Released: Aaron Finch, Axar Patel, Mohit Sharma, Yuvraj Singh, Barinder Sran, Ben Dwarshuis, Manoj Tiwary, Akshdeep Nath, Pardeep Sahu, Mayank Dagar, Manzoor Dar, Marcus Stoinis (Traded)

DELHI CAPITALS

Shreyas Iyer, Prithvi Shaw, Rishabh Pant, Manjot Kalra, Hanuma Vihari, Colin Munro, Chris Morris, Rahul Tewatia, Harshal Patel, Amit Mishra, Kagiso Rabada, Trent Boult, Sandeep Lamichhane, Avesh Khan, Shikhar Dhawan (traded), Akshar Patel, Ishant Sharma, Ankush Bains, Nathu Singh, Colin Ingram, Sherfane Rutherford, Keemo Paul, Jalaj Saxena, Bandaru Ayyappa

Released: Glenn Maxwell, Gautam Gambhir, Mohammed Shami, Daniel Christian, Shahbaz Nadeem (traded), Vijay Shankar (traded), and Abhishek Sharma (traded), Jayant Yadav (traded)

Australia vs India – third one day at Melbourne – India wins by seven wickets

India capped Vijay Shankar for this game. He became the 226th Indian cricketer to make his one day debut. He also became the 109th Indian cricketer to make his one day debut on away soil. He also became 25th the Indian cricketer to make his one day debut against Australia. He also became the 14th Indian cricketer to make his one day debut against Australia in Australia. He also became the ninth Indian cricketer to make his one day debut against Australia at Melbourne.

YS Chahal of India returned with figures of 6 for 42 in this game to provide the 87th occasion of a bowler capturing six or more wickets in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the 31st occasion of a bowler capturing six or more wickets in the history of one day internationals on away soil.

It also provides the third occasion of an Indian bowler capturing six or more wickets against Australia in one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Econ Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 AB Agarkar 9.3 1 42 6 4.42 1 v Australia Melbourne 09 Jan 2004
2 M Kartik 10.0 3 27 6 2.70 1 v Australia Mumbai 17 Oct 2007
3 YS Chahal 10.0 0 42 6 4.20 1 v Australia Melbourne 18 Jan 2019

It also provide the second occasion of an Indian bowler capturing six or more wickets against Australia in Australia in one day internationals

No Player O M R W Econ Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 AB Agarkar 9.3 1 42 6 4.42 1 v Australia Melbourne 09 Jan 2004
2 YS Chahal 10.0 0 42 6 4.20 1 v Australia Melbourne 18 Jan 2019

It also provides the second occasion of an Indian bowler capturing six or more wickets against in one day internationals at Melbourne. The first such occasion was AB Agarkar’s 6 for 42 at Melbourne on 09 Jan 2004 – 15 years back.

No Player O M R W Econ Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 AB Agarkar 9.3 1 42 6 4.42 1 v Australia Melbourne 09 Jan 2004
2 YS Chahal 10.0 0 42 6 4.20 1 v Australia Melbourne 18 Jan 2019

MS Dhoni effected a stumping dismissal in this game which gave him an aggregate of 117 stumping dismissals in one day internationals. It also gave him 17 stumping dismissals against Australia. It also gave him an aggregate of 114 stumping dismissals while keeping wickets for India. It also gave him 17 stumping dismissals against Australia while  keeping wickets representing India.

MS Dhoni effected a stumping dismissal in this game which gave him an aggregate of 44 stumping dismissals in one day internationals on away soil. It also gave him six stumping dismissals against Australia in Australia. MS Dhoni now shares the record jointly with PJL Dujon for the second place for most stumping dismissals against Australia in Australia. Both the wicket keepers have effected six stumping dismissals against Australia in Australia. KC Sangakkara with ten stumping dismissals occupy the first place.

MS Dhoni became the second wicket keeper batsman to aggregate 1500 plus  runs against Australia in one day internationals after KC Sangakkara of Sri Lanka. At the end of this game, MS Dhoni’s run aggregate read 1548. KC Sangakkara has an aggregate of 1676 runs

MS Dhoni became the eleventh batsman in the history of one day internationals to aggregate 1500 plus runs against Australia. The performance of these eleven batsmen are detailed below

No Player Team Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0
1 SR Tendulkar Ind 1991-2012 71 70 1 3077 175 44.59 9 15 2
2 DL Haynes Win 1978-1993 64 64 8 2262 148 40.39 6 13 3
3 IVA Richards Win 1975-1991 54 50 7 2187 153* 50.86 3 20 1
4 BC Lara Win 1991-2007 51 50 3 1858 139 39.53 3 15 4
5 EJG Morgan Eng 2007-2018 52 51 6 1815 121 40.33 3 13 5
6 KC Sangakkara Srl 2002-2015 46 46 4 1813 104 43.16 2 12 2
7 RG Sharma Ind 2007-2019 31 31 4 1778 209 65.85 7 5 1
8 JH Kallis RSA 1997-2011 50 50 2 1660 104* 34.58 1 13 1
9 M Jayawardene Srl 1999-2015 56 54 5 1629 86 33.24 0 16 4
10 JN Rhodes RSA 1992-2002 55 52 12 1610 83* 40.25 0 10 3
11 MS Dhoni Ind 2006-2019 51 44 10 1548 139* 45.52 2 10 2

MS Dhoni became the third Indian batsman in the history of one day internationals to aggregate 1500 plus runs against Australia. The performance of these three batsmen are detailed below

No Player Team Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0
1 SR Tendulkar Ind 1991-2012 71 70 1 3077 175 44.59 9 15 2
2 RG Sharma Ind 2007-2019 31 31 4 1778 209 65.85 7 5 1
3 MS Dhoni Ind 2006-2019 51 44 10 1548 139* 45.52 2 10 2

MS Dhoni scored 87 not out in this game which represents his tenth half century against Australia in one day internationals. He became the second Indian batsman to score ten or more half centuries against Australia in one day internationals after SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has scored 15 half centuries against Australia in one day internationals. He became the 13th batsman to score ten or more fifties against Australia in one day internationals.

MS Dhoni scored six boundary fours in this game, which fetched him an aggregate of 101 boundary fours against Australia. He became the fifth Indian batsman to score 100 plus boundary fours against Australia. Others are – SR Tendulkar {330}, RG Sharma {141}, V Kohli {118} and Yuvraj Singh {103}. He also became the 24th batsman in the history of one day games to score 100 plus boundary fours.

MS Dhoni’s 87 not out represent the 124th half century scored by batsmen against Australia at Melbourne. It also represents the 18th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a half century against Australia at Melbourne

MS Dhoni and KM Jadhav added 121 runs in an unfinished partnership for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 60th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Australia in one day internationals. It also provides the eleventh occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Australia in one day internationals for the fourth wicket.

MS Dhoni and KM Jadhav added 121 runs in an unfinished partnership for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 21st occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Australia in Australia in one day internationals. It also provides the sixth occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Australia in Australia in one day internationals for the fourth wicket. It also provides the sixth occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Australia at Melbourne in one day internationals for the fourth wicket.

India won this game by seven wickets with four balls to spare to provide the 50th occasion of India winning a one day international by a single digit delivery to spare {one to nine}. India won this game by seven wickets with four balls to spare to provide the tenth occasion of India winning a one day international by a single digit delivery to spare {one to nine} against Australia. India won this game by seven wickets with four balls to spare to provide the fifth occasion of India winning a one day international by exact four deliveries to spare. All such occasions are listed below.

No Team Result Margin BR Bat Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India won 8 wickets 4 2nd v West Indies Cuttack 09 Nov 1994
2 India won 4 wickets 4 2nd v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 27 Jun 2001
3 India won 6 wickets 4 2nd v South Africa Belfast 01 Jul 2007
4 India won 5 wickets 4 2nd v England Mohali 20 Oct 2011
5 India won 6 wickets 4 2nd v Australia Adelaide 15 Jan 2019
6 India won 7 wickets 4 2nd v Australia Melbourne 18 Jan 2019

V Kohli’s centuries on 15th January of 2017, 2018 and 2019 – Erroneous information on statistics

I am seeing tweets and what’s app messages are and also in newspapers regarding V Kohli’s centuries on 15th January of 2017, 2018 and 2019 based on the tweets of Umang Pabri and some other statisticians who do not how to analyze a score sheet and bring out the erroneous statistics. https://www.news18.com/amp/news/buzz/virat-kohli-day-indian-captains-consecutive-centuries-on-january-15-every-year-has-fans-stunned-2003799.html

These stats should be read thus – V Kohli’s one day hundred of 2017 and 2019 were scored on 15.01.17 and 15.01.19 respectively. His first test hundred in the calendar year 2018 was scored in a test which started on 13.01.18. He came to bat on 14.01.18 and was unbeaten on 85 not out and completed his century on 15.01.18. So to say his first test century of 2018 came on 15 Jan 2018 is totally wrong as he has batted for two days

Close of Play of the Centurion test against South Africa  in Jan 2018
Sat 13 Jan  day 1  South Africa 1st innings 269/6 (F du Plessis 24*, KA Maharaj 10*, 90 ov)
Sun 14 Jan  day 2  India 1st innings 183/5 (V Kohli 85*, HH Pandya 11*, 61 ov)
Mon 15 Jan  day 3  South Africa 2nd innings 90/2 (D Elgar 36*, AB de Villiers 50*, 29 ov)
Tue 16 Jan  day 4 India 2nd innings 35/3 (CA Pujara 11*, PA Patel 5*, 23 ov)
Wed 17 Jan  day 5  India 2nd innings 151 (50.2 ov)  end of match

V Kohli added 68 runs on 15.01.18 to his 85 not out {his overnight score} on 14.01.18 and was finally dismissed for a score of 153 in the centurion test against South Africa which has a start date of 13.01.18. Is it correct to count his 68 runs scored on 15.01.18 as a century?

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