Indian bowlers who have captured five or more wickets in the fourth innings of a Test.

Mohammad Shami of India captured five for 35 in the fourth innings of the Vizag Test against South Africa to provide the 33rd occasion of an Indian bowler capturing five or more wickets in the fourth innings of a Test. All such occasions areĀ  tabulated below.

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 JM Patel 25.4 7 55 5 4 v Australia Kanpur 19 Dec 1959
2 BS Bedi 30.5 16 42 6 4 v New Zealand Mumbai (BS) 25 Sep 1969
3 BS Bedi 40.0 12 63 5 4 v England Kolkata 30 Dec 1972
4 BS Bedi 33.0 18 27 5 4 v New Zealand Mumbai 10 Nov 1976
5 BS Bedi 21.3 4 71 6 4 v England Bengaluru 28 Jan 1977
6 KD Ghavri 15.0 6 33 5 4 v England Mumbai 11 Feb 1977
7 BS Bedi 30.2×8 6 105 5 4 v Australia Perth 16 Dec 1977
8 BS Chandrasekhar 20.0×8 3 52 6 4 v Australia Melbourne 30 Dec 1977
9 N Kapil Dev 16.4 4 28 5 4 v Australia Melbourne 07 Feb 1981
10 N Kapil Dev 13.2 0 70 5 4 v England Mumbai 27 Nov 1981
11 S Madan Lal 12.0 6 23 5 4 v England Mumbai 27 Nov 1981
12 ND Hirwani 15.2 3 75 8 4 v West Indies Chennai 11 Jan 1988
13 ND Hirwani 30.0 10 59 6 4 v New Zealand Bengaluru 12 Nov 1988
14 J Srinath 11.5 4 21 6 4 v South Africa Ahmedabad 20 Nov 1996
15 A Kumble 26.3 9 74 10 4 v Pakistan Delhi 04 Feb 1999
16 Harbhajan Singh 30.3 8 73 6 4 v Australia Kolkata 11 Mar 2001
17 Harbhajan Singh 10.5 2 29 5 4 v Australia Mumbai 03 Nov 2004
18 A Kumble 38.0 16 63 7 4 v Pakistan Kolkata 16 Mar 2005
19 A Kumble 34.3 9 89 5 4 v Sri Lanka Ahmedabad 18 Dec 2005
20 A Kumble 22.4 3 78 6 4 v West Indies Kingston 30 Jun 2006
21 A Kumble 14.0 2 60 5 4 v Pakistan Bengaluru 08 Dec 2007
22 I Sharma 23.0 6 74 7 4 v England Lord’s 17 Jul 2014
23 R Ashwin 16.0 6 42 5 4 v Sri Lanka Colombo (PSS) 20 Aug 2015
24 RA Jadeja 11.5 4 21 5 4 v South Africa Mohali 05 Nov 2015
25 R Ashwin 29.5 7 66 7 4 v South Africa Nagpur 25 Nov 2015
26 R Ashwin 49.1 26 61 5 4 v South Africa Delhi 03 Dec 2015
27 R Ashwin 35.3 5 132 6 4 v New Zealand Kanpur 22 Sep 2016
28 R Ashwin 13.5 2 59 7 4 v New Zealand Indore 08 Oct 2016
29 R Ashwin 12.4 4 41 6 4 v Australia Bengaluru 04 Mar 2017
30 Mohammed Shami 12.3 2 28 5 4 v South Africa Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018
31 JJ Bumrah 29.0 8 85 5 4 v England Nottingham 18 Aug 2018
32 JJ Bumrah 8.0 4 07 5 4 v West Indies North Sound 22 Aug 2019
33 Mohammed Shami 10.5 2 35 5 4 v South Africa Visakhapatnam 02 Oct 2019

It also provides the sixth occasion of an Indian bowler capturing five or more wickets in the fourth innings  of a Test against South Africa. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 J Srinath 11.5 4 21 6 4 v South Africa Ahmedabad 20 Nov 1996
2 RA Jadeja 11.5 4 21 5 4 v South Africa Mohali 05 Nov 2015
3 R Ashwin 29.5 7 66 7 4 v South Africa Nagpur 25 Nov 2015
4 R Ashwin 49.1 26 61 5 4 v South Africa Delhi 03 Dec 2015
5 Mohammed Shami 12.3 2 28 5 4 v South Africa Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018
6 Mohammed Shami 10.5 2 35 5 4 v South Africa Visakhapatnam 02 Oct 2019

R Ashwin and Mohammad Shami are the two Indian bowlers to capture five or more wickets in the fourth innings of a Test against South Africa on two occasions.

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 R Ashwin 29.5 7 66 7 4 v South Africa Nagpur 25 Nov 2015
2 R Ashwin 49.1 26 61 5 4 v South Africa Delhi 03 Dec 2015
                   
1 Mohammed Shami 12.3 2 28 5 4 v South Africa Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018
2 Mohammed Shami 10.5 2 35 5 4 v South Africa Visakhapatnam 02 Oct 2019

R Ashwin {06}, A Kumble {05}, BS Bedi {05},  Harbhajan Singh {02}, JJ Bumrah {02}, Mohammad Shami {02}, N Kapil Dev {02} and ND Hirwani {02} are the eight Indian bowlers to capture five or more wickets in the fourth innings of a Test on two or more occasions. The following table lists the performance of these eight bowlers.

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 R Ashwin 16.0 6 42 5 4 v Sri Lanka Colombo (PSS) 20 Aug 2015
2 R Ashwin 29.5 7 66 7 4 v South Africa Nagpur 25 Nov 2015
3 R Ashwin 49.1 26 61 5 4 v South Africa Delhi 03 Dec 2015
4 R Ashwin 35.3 5 132 6 4 v New Zealand Kanpur 22 Sep 2016
5 R Ashwin 13.5 2 59 7 4 v New Zealand Indore 08 Oct 2016
6 R Ashwin 12.4 4 41 6 4 v Australia Bengaluru 04 Mar 2017
                   
1 A Kumble 26.3 9 74 10 4 v Pakistan Delhi 04 Feb 1999
2 A Kumble 38.0 16 63 7 4 v Pakistan Kolkata 16 Mar 2005
3 A Kumble 34.3 9 89 5 4 v Sri Lanka Ahmedabad 18 Dec 2005
4 A Kumble 22.4 3 78 6 4 v West Indies Kingston 30 Jun 2006
5 A Kumble 14.0 2 60 5 4 v Pakistan Bengaluru 08 Dec 2007
                   
1 BS Bedi 30.5 16 42 6 4 v New Zealand Mumbai (BS) 25 Sep 1969
2 BS Bedi 40.0 12 63 5 4 v England Kolkata 30 Dec 1972
3 BS Bedi 33.0 18 27 5 4 v New Zealand Mumbai 10 Nov 1976
4 BS Bedi 21.3 4 71 6 4 v England Bengaluru 28 Jan 1977
5 BS Bedi 30.2 6 105 5 4 v Australia Perth 16 Dec 1977
                   
1 Harbhajan Singh 30.3 8 73 6 4 v Australia Kolkata 11 Mar 2001
2 Harbhajan Singh 10.5 2 29 5 4 v Australia Mumbai 03 Nov 2004
                   
1 JJ Bumrah 29.0 8 85 5 4 v England Nottingham 18 Aug 2018
2 JJ Bumrah 8.0 4 7 5 4 v West Indies North Sound 22 Aug 2019
                   
1 Mohammed Shami 12.3 2 28 5 4 v South Africa Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018
2 Mohammed Shami 10.5 2 35 5 4 v South Africa Visakhapatnam 02 Oct 2019
                   
1 N Kapil Dev 16.4 4 28 5 4 v Australia Melbourne 07 Feb 1981
2 N Kapil Dev 13.2 0 70 5 4 v England Mumbai 27 Nov 1981
                   
1 ND Hirwani 15.2 3 75 8 4 v West Indies Chennai 11 Jan 1988
2 ND Hirwani 30.0 10 59 6 4 v New Zealand Bengaluru 12 Nov 1988

JJ Bumrah {02}, Mohammad Shami {02} and N Kapil Dev {02}are the two Indian pace bowlers to capture five or more wickets in the fourth innings of a Test on two occasions. The following table lists the performance of these three bowlers.

No Player Overs BPO M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 JJ Bumrah 29.0 6 8 85 5 4 v England Nottingham 18 Aug 2018
2 JJ Bumrah 8.0 6 4 7 5 4 v West Indies North Sound 22 Aug 2019
                     
1 Mohammed Shami 12.3 6 2 28 5 4 v South Africa Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018
2 Mohammed Shami 10.5 6 2 35 5 4 v South Africa Visakhapatnam 02 Oct 2019
                     
1 N Kapil Dev 16.4 6 4 28 5 4 v Australia Melbourne 07 Feb 1981
2 N Kapil Dev 13.2 6 0 70 5 4 v England Mumbai 27 Nov 1981
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