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England dismissed all out for a two digit score in a test innings

England dismissed all out for a two digit score in a test innings

England was dismissed all out for 81 in its second innings against India in the just concluded third test at Ahmedabad to provide the 38th occasion of England dismissed all out for score less than 99 runs in a test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamScoreOversIOppGroundStart Date
1Eng7755.0×44AusThe Oval28 Aug 1882
2Eng9563.0×41AusManchester10 Jul 1884
3Eng7739.1×43AusSydney14 Mar 1885
4Eng4535.3×41AusSydney28 Jan 1887
5Eng5350.0×42AusLord’s16 Jul 1888
6Eng6247.0×44AusLord’s16 Jul 1888
7Eng7540.11AusMelbourne29 Dec 1894
8Eng6538.52AusSydney01 Feb 1895
9Eng7229.13AusSydney01 Feb 1895
10Eng8449.0×53AusThe Oval10 Aug 1896
11Eng9248.0×51SAFCape Town01 Apr 1899
12Eng6115.42AusMelbourne01 Jan 1902
13Eng9948.13AusSydney14 Feb 1902
14Eng6131.22AusMelbourne05 Mar 1904
15Eng7636.31SAFLeeds29 Jul 1907
16Eng8737.54AusLeeds01 Jul 1909
17Eng5242.11AusThe Oval14 Aug 1948
18Eng8731.2×83AusMelbourne31 Dec 1958
19Eng7132.52WinManchester08 Jul 1976
20Eng9534.3×82AusMelbourne12 Mar 1977
21Eng6427.3×84NZlWellington10 Feb 1978
22Eng8250.22NZlChristchurch03 Feb 1984
23Eng9351.03NZlChristchurch03 Feb 1984
24Eng9342.43WinManchester30 Jun 1988
25Eng4619.14WinPort of Spain25 Mar 1994
26Eng9945.54SAFLord’s21 Jul 1994
27Eng9242.54AusMelbourne24 Dec 1994
28Eng8930.03WinBirmingham06 Jul 1995
29Eng7742.31AusLord’s19 Jun 1997
30Eng7928.24AusBrisbane07 Nov 2002
31Eng8130.52SrlGalle18 Dec 2007
32Eng5133.23WinKingston04 Feb 2009
33Eng7236.14PakAbu Dhabi25 Jan 2012
34Eng5820.41NZlAuckland22 Mar 2018
35Eng7730.22WinBridgetown23 Jan 2019
36Eng8523.41IreLord’s24 Jul 2019
37Eng6727.52AusLeeds22 Aug 2019
38Eng8130.43IndAhmedabad24 Feb 2021

It also provides the 23rd occasion of England dismissed  all out for a score less than 99 runs in a test innings on away soil which includes neutral venue.

NoTeamScoreOversIOppGroundStart Date
1Eng7739.1×43AusSydney14 Mar 1885
2Eng4535.3×41AusSydney28 Jan 1887
3Eng7540.11AusMelbourne29 Dec 1894
4Eng6538.52AusSydney01 Feb 1895
5Eng7229.13AusSydney01 Feb 1895
6Eng9248.0×51SAFCape Town01 Apr 1899
7Eng6115.42AusMelbourne01 Jan 1902
8Eng9948.13AusSydney14 Feb 1902
9Eng6131.22AusMelbourne05 Mar 1904
10Eng8731.2×83AusMelbourne31 Dec 1958
11Eng9534.3×82AusMelbourne12 Mar 1977
12Eng6427.3×84NZlWellington10 Feb 1978
13Eng8250.22NZlChristchurch03 Feb 1984
14Eng9351.03NZlChristchurch03 Feb 1984
15Eng4619.14WinPort of Spain25 Mar 1994
16Eng9242.54AusMelbourne24 Dec 1994
17Eng7928.24AusBrisbane07 Nov 2002
18Eng8130.52SrlGalle18 Dec 2007
19Eng5133.23WinKingston04 Feb 2009
20Eng7236.14PakAbu Dhabi25 Jan 2012
21Eng5820.41NZlAuckland22 Mar 2018
22Eng7730.22WinBridgetown23 Jan 2019
23Eng8130.43IndAhmedabad24 Feb 2021

England has been dismissed for a total less than 99 runs in both innings of a test. All the three occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamScoreOversIOppGroundStart Date
1Eng5350.0×42AusLord’s16 Jul 1888
2Eng6247.0×44AusLord’s16 Jul 1888
        
1Eng6538.52AusSydney01 Feb 1895
2Eng7229.13AusSydney01 Feb 1895
        
1Eng8250.22NZlChristchurch03 Feb 1984
2Eng9351.03NZlChristchurch03 Feb 1984

England’s 81 all out in this test provides the sixth occasion of a team dismissed all out for a total less than 99 runs in a day-night  test. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamScoreOversIOppGroundStart Date
1Srl9626.03PakDub-DSC6 Oct 2017
2Zim6830.12SAFP Elizabeth26 Dec 2017
3Eng5820.41NZlAuckland22 Mar 2018
4Win9331.23SrlBridgetown23 Jun 2018
5Ind3621.23AusAdelaide17 Dec 2020
6Eng8130.43IndAhmedabad24 Feb 2021

It also provides the second occasion of England dismissed all out for a total less than 99 runs in a day-night test. Both such occasions are tabulated below. England  was dismissed for 58 in its first innings against New Zealand at Auckland in Mar 2018. England is the only team to be dismissed for a total less than 99 runs in a test innings of the  day-night test on two occasions.

NoTeamScoreOversIOppGroundStart Date
1Eng5820.41NZlAuckland22 Mar 2018
2Eng8130.43IndAhmedabad24 Feb 2021
AR Patel stands tall with his eleven for 70 in a day-night test at Ahmedabad

AR Patel stands tall with his eleven for 70 in a day-night test at Ahmedabad

AR Patel of India who returned with figures of 11 for 70 in thejust concluded test against Ahmedabad against England became the third bowler to capture ten or more wickets in a day-night test after D Bishoo of West Indies and PJ Cummins of Australia. The following table lists the performance of these three bowlers.

NoPlayerW-RTeamOppGroundStart Date
1AR Patel11-070IndEngAhmedabad24 Feb 2021
2PJ Cummins10-062AusSrlBrisbane24 Jan 2019
3D Bishoo10-174WinPakDub-DSC13 Oct 2016

AR Patel’s 11 for 70 represent the best bowling figures in a day-night test. It was an improvement over PJ Cummins’ figures of 10 for 62 in the test match between Australia and Sri Lanka at Brisbane in Jan 2019

AR Patel became the first bowler in a day-night test to capture ten wickets in a match with five plus wickets in each innings. He returned with figures of 6 for 38 in the first innings and 5 for 32 in the second innings of this test. He had match figures of 11 for 70

Test Matches completed in two days

Test Matches completed in two days

The third test between India and England at Ahmedabad in the ongoing test series was completed in two days with India winning this test by ten wickets to provide the 22nd occasion of a team winning a test within two days. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoT-1T-2DWonGroundMatch Date
1EngAus2AusThe Oval28 Aug 1882
2EngAus2AusLord’s16 Jul 1888
3EngAus2EngThe Oval13 Aug 1888
4EngAus2EngManchester30 Aug 1888
5SAFEng2EngP Elizabeth12 Mar 1889
6SAFEng2EngCape Town25 Mar 1889
7EngAus2EngThe Oval11 Aug 1890
8SAFEng2EngP Elizabeth13 Feb 1896
9SAFEng2EngCape Town21 Mar 1896
10AusSAF2AusManchester27 May 1912
11EngSAF2EngThe Oval12 Aug 1912
12EngAus2AusNottingham28 May 1921
13AusWin2AusMelbourne13 Feb 1931
14SAFAus2AusJohannesburg15 Feb 1936
15NZlAus2AusWellington29 Mar 1946
16EngWin2EngLeeds17 Aug 2000
17AusPak2AusSharjah11 Oct 2002
18SAFZim2SAFCape Town04 Mar 2005
19ZimNZl2NZlHarare07 Aug 2005
20SAFZim2SAFP Elizabeth26 Dec 2017
21IndAfg2IndBengaluru14 Jun 2018
22IndEng2IndAhmedabad24 Feb 2021

It also provides the second occasion of a test match completed in two days on Indian soil. The first such occasion was the Bengaluru test between India and Afghanistan in Jun 2018. Incidentally this test was your truly’s 100th International match

NoT-1T-2DWonGroundMatch Date
1IndAfg2IndBengaluru14 Jun 2018
2IndEng2IndAhmedabad24 Feb 2021
Second day of the Ahmedabad test between India and England

Second day of the Ahmedabad test between India and England

JE Root captured five wickets for 8 runs in India’s first innings to provide the 127th occasion of a captain capturing five plus wickets in a test innings in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the 64th occasion of a captain capturing five plus wickets in a test innings in the annals of test cricket on away soil

JE Root captured five wickets for 8 runs in India’s first innings to provide the 15th occasion of an England captain capturing five plus wickets in a test innings in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the sixth occasion of an England captain capturing five plus wickets in a test innings in the annals of test cricket on away soil

JE Root captured five wickets for 8 runs in India’s first innings to provide the 21st occasion of a captain capturing five plus wickets in a test innings against India in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the seventh occasion of a captain capturing five plus wickets in a test innings against India in the annals of test cricket on away soil

JE Root captured five wickets for 8 runs in India’s first innings to provide the sixth occasion of an England captain capturing five plus wickets in a test innings against India in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the first occasion of an England captain capturing five plus wickets in a test innings against India in the annals of test cricket on away soil

JE Root became the second captain in the annals of test cricket to capture five plus wickets conceding single digit runs in a test innings after AER Gilligan of England. AER Gilligan had returned with figures of six wickets conceding seven runs against SAF at Birmingham in Jun 1924.

JE Root with his five for eight became the 13th bowler in the annals of test cricket to capture five or more wickets conceding single digit runs. All such performances are tabulated below

NoPlayerWktsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1GA Lohmann8-074EngSAFP Elizabeth13 Feb 1896
2AER Gilligan6-072EngSAFBirmingham14 Jun 1924
3H Ironmonger5-061AusSAFMelbourne12 Feb 1932
4ERH Toshack5-022AusIndBrisbane28 Nov 1947
5TBA May5-093AusWinAdelaide23 Jan 1993
6JJC Lawson6-033WinBanDhaka08 Dec 2002
7MJ Clarke6-093AusIndMumbai03 Nov 2004
8VD Philander5-071SAFNZlCape Town02 Jan 2013
9DW Steyn6-082SAFPakJohannesburg01 Feb 2013
10KAJ Roach5-081WinBanNorth Sound04 Jul 2018
11JJ Bumrah5-074IndWinNorth Sound22 Aug 2019
12JR Hazlewood5-083AusIndAdelaide17 Dec 2020
13JE Root5-082EngIndAhmedabad24 Feb 2021

He also became the third England bowler in the annals of test cricket to capture five or more wickets conceding single digit runs. All such performances are tabulated below

NoPlayerWktsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1GA Lohmann8-074EngSAFP Elizabeth13 Feb 1896
2AER Gilligan6-072EngSAFBirmingham14 Jun 1924
3JE Root5-082EngIndAhmedabad24 Feb 2021

He also became the fourth bowler in the annals of test cricket to capture five or more wickets conceding single digit runs against Ind. All such performances are tabulated below

NoPlayerWktsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1ERH Toshack5-022AusIndBrisbane28 Nov 1947
2MJ Clarke6-093AusIndMumbai03 Nov 2004
3JR Hazlewood5-083AusIndAdelaide17 Dec 2020
4JE Root5-082EngIndAhmedabad24 Feb 2021

JE Root became the second bowler to capture five wickets conceding single digit runs in a day-night test after JR Hazzlewood of Aus. JR Hazelwood had figures of five for eight against Ind at Adelaide in Dec 2020. Interestingly enough both these bowlers have the same figures {five for eight} and against the same opposition {India}

NoPlayerWktsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1JR Hazlewood5-083AusIndAdelaide17 Dec 2020
2JE Root5-082EngIndAhmedabad24 Feb 2021

England was dismissed for 81 in its second innings, its lowest test innings score against Ind. Its previous lowest total against India in England was 101 at The Oval in Aug 1971. Its previous lowest total against India in India was at Mumbai in Nov 1981.

The interval between 1971 and 1981 is ten years and the interval between 1981 and 2021 is twenty years – multiple of ten years.

AR Patel captured five for 32 in England’s second innings to provide the 76th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing five plus wickets in a test innings against England. It also provides the 45th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing five plus wickets in a test innings against England in Ind.

AR Patel captured eleven wickets conceding 70 runs in this {6-38 and 5-22} to provide the third occasion of an Indian bowler capturing ten or more wickets in a test with five plus wickets in each innings of the test against England. Other two occasions were – R Ashwin’s 12 for 167 {6-112 and 6-52} at Mumbai in Dec 2016 and L Sivaramakrishnan’s 12 for 181 {6-64 and 6-117} at Mumbai in Nov 1984.

Interestingly both R Ashwin and L Sivaramakrishnan have witnessed the feat of AR Patel. R Ashwin bowling in tandem with AR Patel. L Sivaramakrishnan commenting on the performance of AR Patel in the capacity of a TV Commentator for Starsports.

AR Patel captured eleven wickets conceding 70 runs in this {6-38 and 5-22} to provide the 24th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing ten or more wickets in a test with five plus wickets in each innings of the test. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerWktsOppGroundStart Date
1ND Hirwani16-136WinChennai11 Jan 1988
2Harbhajan15-217AusChennai18 Mar 2001
3JM Patel14-124AusKanpur19 Dec 1959
4MH Mankad13-131PakDelhi16 Oct 1952
5J Srinath13-132PakKolkata16 Feb 1999
6R Ashwin13-140NZlIndore08 Oct 2016
7A Kumble13-181AusChennai14 Oct 2004
8Harbhajan13-196AusKolkata11 Mar 2001
9R Ashwin12-085NZlHyd-RGS23 Aug 2012
10R Ashwin12-098SAFNagpur25 Nov 2015
11Chandrasekhar12-104AusMelbourne30 Dec 1977
12IK Pathan12-126ZimHarare20 Sep 2005
13R Ashwin12-167EngMumbai08 Dec 2016
14LSR Krishnan12-181EngMumbai28 Nov 1984
15R Ashwin12-198AusChennai22 Feb 2013
16AR Patel11-070EngAhmedabad24 Feb 2021
17IK Pathan11-096BanDhaka10 Dec 2004
18RG Nadkarni11-122AusChennai02 Oct 1964
19SLV Raju11-125SrlAhmedabad08 Feb 1994
20Harbhajan11-224AusBengaluru06 Oct 2004
21A Kumble10-074PakDelhi04 Feb 1999
22PP Ojha10-089WinMumbai14 Nov 2013
23BKV Prasad10-153SAFDurban26 Dec 1996
24BS Bedi10-194AusPerth16 Dec 1977

AR Patel’s 11 for 70 provide the 51st occasion of an Indian bowler capturing ten or more wickets in a test match. It also provides the 39th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing ten or more wickets in a test match on home soil and also provides the fifth such occasion against Eng at Ahmedabad.

AR Patel’s 11 for 70 provide the ground record for the best figures by a bowler at Ahmedabad. The previous best was SLV Raju’s 11 for 125 against Sri Lanka in Feb 1994.

AR Patel’s 11 for 70 provide the 51st occasion of an Indian bowler capturing ten or more wickets in a test match against England. It also provides the seventh occasion of an Indian bowler capturing ten or more wickets in a test match on home soil against England and also second such occasion against England at Ahmedabad. A Kumble’s 10 for 233 in Dec 2001 was the other occasion.

R Ashwin’s four wickets in England’s second innings fetched him an aggregate of 401 test wickets. He became the 16th bowler and the fourth Indian bowler to capture 400 plus test wickets in the annals of test cricket. Others are – A Kumble {619}, N Kapil Dev {434} and Harbhajan Singh {417}

JM Bairstow collected a pair in this test to provide the 98th occasion of an England batsman collecting a pair. It also provides the 53rd occasion of an England batsman collecting a pair on away soil

JM Bairstow collected a pair in this test to provide the eighth occasion of an England batsman collecting a pair against India. It also provides the fifth occasion of an England batsman collecting a pair on away soil against India.

JM Bairstow collected a pair in this test to provide the 49th occasion of a  batsman collecting a pair against India. It also provides the 31st occasion of a batsman collecting a pair against India on Indian soil.

It also provides the fourth occasion of a batsman collecting a pair at Ahmedabad. Others are AL Logie of West Indies in Nov 1983, MS Atapattu of Sri Lanka in Feb 1994 and TG McIntosh of New Zealand in Nov 2010

Z Crawly was dismissed for a duck in England’s second innings to provide the 19th occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a duck against India. It also provide the 12th occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a duck against India in India.

Z Crawley scored 53 and zero in this test to provide the fifth occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a fifty and a duck in a test match against India. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerFISIOppoGroundStart Date
1DL Amiss820IndBengaluru28 Jan 1977
2AJ Stewart740IndChennai11 Feb 1993
3MP Vaughan0100IndLord’s25 Jul 2002
4KK Jennings1120IndMumbai08 Dec 2016
5Z Crawley530IndAhmedabad24 Feb 2021

This test was completed in two days with India winning this test by ten wickets to provide the 22nd occasion of a team winning a test within two days. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoT-1T-2DWonGroundMatch Date
1EngAus2AusThe Oval28 Aug 1882
2EngAus2AusLord’s16 Jul 1888
3EngAus2EngThe Oval13 Aug 1888
4EngAus2EngManchester30 Aug 1888
5SAFEng2EngP Elizabeth12 Mar 1889
6SAFEng2EngCape Town25 Mar 1889
7EngAus2EngThe Oval11 Aug 1890
8SAFEng2EngP Elizabeth13 Feb 1896
9SAFEng2EngCape Town21 Mar 1896
10AusSAF2AusManchester27 May 1912
11EngSAF2EngThe Oval12 Aug 1912
12EngAus2AusNottingham28 May 1921
13AusWin2AusMelbourne13 Feb 1931
14SAFAus2AusJohannesburg15 Feb 1936
15NZlAus2AusWellington29 Mar 1946
16EngWin2EngLeeds17 Aug 2000
17AusPak2AusSharjah11 Oct 2002
18SAFZim2SAFCape Town04 Mar 2005
19ZimNZl2NZlHarare07 Aug 2005
20SAFZim2SAFP Elizabeth26 Dec 2017
21IndAfg2IndBengaluru14 Jun 2018
22IndEng2IndAhmedabad24 Feb 2021

It also provides the second occasion of a test match completed in two days on Indian soil. The first such occasion was the Bengaluru test between India and Afghanistan in Jun 2018. Incidentally this test was your truly’s 100th International match

NoT-1T-2DWonGroundMatch Date
1IndAfg2IndBengaluru14 Jun 2018
2IndEng2IndAhmedabad24 Feb 2021

AR Patel and R Ashwin shared the new ball in England’s second innings to provide the 48th occasion of new ball being shared by two spinners in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the 17th occasion of Indian spin bowlers sharing the new ball in an innings.

AR Patel and R Ashwin shared the new ball in England’s second innings to provide the 19th occasion of new ball being shared by two spinners against England in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the seventh occasion of Indian spin bowlers sharing the new ball in an innings against England

R Ashwin’s 401 wickets costed him 10005 runs. He became the 12th bowler in the annals of test cricket to concede 10000 plus and capture 400 plus wickets. He also became the fourth Indian bowler to concede 10000 plus runs and capture 400 plus wickets

NoPlayerMatInnsBallsRunsWkts
1A Kumble1322364085018355619
2Harbhajan1031902858013537417
3N Kapil Dev1312272774012867434
4R Ashwin0771442126410005401

This test was won by ten wickets and gave India its 22nd victory on home soil under V Kohli. With 22 wins to his credit V Kohli now owns the record for most test wins by an Indian captain on home soil. He went past MS Dhoni who had won 21 tests on home soil. The following table lists the home soil wins under these two Indian skippers

NoCaptainOppMarginGroundStart Date
1MS DhoniSAF8 wicketsKanpur11 Apr 2008
2MS DhoniAus320 runsMohali17 Oct 2008
3MS DhoniAus172 runsNagpur06 Nov 2008
4MS DhoniEng6 wicketsChennai11 Dec 2008
5MS DhoniSrlinns & 144 runsKanpur24 Nov 2009
6MS DhoniSrlinns & 24 runsMum-BS02 Dec 2009
7MS DhoniSAFinns & 57 runsKolkata14 Feb 2010
8MS DhoniAus1 wicketsMohali01 Oct 2010
9MS DhoniAus7 wicketsBengaluru09 Oct 2010
10MS DhoniNZlinns & 198 runsNagpur20 Nov 2010
11MS DhoniWin5 wicketsDelhi06 Nov 2011
12MS DhoniWininns & 15 runsKolkata14 Nov 2011
13MS DhoniNZlinns & 115 runsHyd-RGS23 Aug 2012
14MS DhoniNZl5 wicketsBengaluru31 Aug 2012
15MS DhoniEng9 wicketsAhmedabad15 Nov 2012
16MS DhoniAus8 wicketsChennai22 Feb 2013
17MS DhoniAusinns & 135 runsHyd-RGS02 Mar 2013
18MS DhoniAus6 wicketsMohali14 Mar 2013
19MS DhoniAus6 wicketsDelhi22 Mar 2013
20MS DhoniWininns & 51 runsKolkata06 Nov 2013
21MS DhoniWininns & 126 runsMumbai14 Nov 2013
      
NoCaptainOppMarginGroundStart Date
1V KohliSAF108 runsMohali05 Nov 2015
2V KohliSAF124 runsNagpur25 Nov 2015
3V KohliSAF337 runsDelhi03 Dec 2015
4V KohliNZl197 runsKanpur22 Sep 2016
5V KohliNZl178 runsKolkata30 Sep 2016
6V KohliNZl321 runsIndore08 Oct 2016
7V KohliEng246 runsVizag17 Nov 2016
8V KohliEng8 wicketsMohali26 Nov 2016
9V KohliEnginns & 36 runsMumbai08 Dec 2016
10V KohliEnginns & 75 runsChennai16 Dec 2016
11V KohliBan208 runsHyd-RGS09 Feb 2017
12V KohliAus75 runsBengaluru04 Mar 2017
13V KohliSrlinns & 239 runsNagpur24 Nov 2017
14V KohliWininns & 272 runsRajkot04 Oct 2018
15V KohliWin10 wicketsHyd-RGS12 Oct 2018
16V KohliSAF203 runsVizag02 Oct 2019
17V KohliSAFinns & 137 runsPune10 Oct 2019
18V KohliSAFinns & 202 runsRanchi19 Oct 2019
19V KohliBaninns & 130 runsIndore14 Nov 2019
20V KohliBaninns & 46 runsKolkata22 Nov 2019
21V KohliEng317 runsChennai13 Feb 2021
22V KohliEng10 wicketsAhmedabad24 Feb 2021
Couple of records for RV Uthappa in Vijay Hazare Trophy

Couple of records for RV Uthappa in Vijay Hazare Trophy

RV Uthappa scored 100 representing Kerala against Railways at Bengaluru on 24.02.21. This knock represents his eleventh century in Vijay Hazare Trophy.  He now owns the record with for most centuries in Vijay Hazare Trophy. He went past Yashpal Singh who has scored ten centuries in the tournament. RV Uthappa scored nine centuries for Karnataka and two for Kerala. Yashpal Singh scored four centuries for services, three for Tripura and three for Manipur. Centuries scored by these two batsmen are tabulated below.

RV Uthappa represented three states in the tournament – Karnataka,  Saurashtra and Kerala. Yashpal Singh represented four states/Teams – Services, Sikkim, Tripura and Manipur

RV Uthappa shares the record for most number of appearances in the tournament with MK Tiwary. The game against Railways on 24.02.21 was the 77th game for him in the tournament. MK Tiwary of Bengal has also played 77 games in the tournament

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppGroundDate
1RV Uthappa117KarT NChennai14.02.10
2RV Uthappa103KarAndMalappuram13.02.11
3RV Uthappa120KarHydBangalore24.02.12
4RV Uthappa104KarAndBengaluru26.02.12
5RV Uthappa169KarGoaPorvorim14.02.13
6RV Uthappa103KarHydPorvorim18.02.13
7RV Uthappa104KarKerAlur02.03.14
8RV Uthappa132*KarGujKolkata01.03.14
9RV Uthappa133KarJhaKolkata14.03.14
10RV Uthappa107KerOdiAlur20.02.21
11RV Uthappa100KerRlysBengaluru24.02.21
       
1Yashpal Singh100SerH PUna15.02.09
2Yashpal Singh126*SerJ+KUna17.02.09
3Yashpal Singh108*SerH PChandigarh10.02.11
4Yashpal Singh108*SerH PDelhi20.02.12
5Yashpal Singh115*TriDelCuttack03.03.17
6Yashpal Singh113*TriH PDharamsala05.02.18
7Yashpal Singh110TriU PNadaun17.02.18
8Yashpal Singh102ManMizAnand28.09.18
9Yashpal Singh134*ManBihNadiad04.10.18
10Yashpal Singh106*ManMegVadodara06.10.18

RV Uthappa wrote himself into record books with another feat of completing 3000 runs in the tournament. He reached the landmark when he was on 74 during his knock of 100 in the game against Railways at Bengaluru on 24.02.21. His runs aggregate at the end of this game read 3026. He became the fourth batsman in the tournament to score 3000 plus runs. Others are – Yahspal Singh {3193}, A Mukund {3048} and MK Tiwari {3007}.

First day of Ahmedabad test between India and England

First day of Ahmedabad test between India and England

This test will be a day-night test to provide the 16th occasion of a Day-Night test in the annals of test cricket. It will be the second day-night test held in India. The first one was against Bangladesh at Kolkata in Nov 2019. India had won this test by an innings and 46 runs

This test is India’s third day-night test when it took on England at Ahmedabad. India’s other two day-night tests with results are detailed below.

NoTeamResultMarginOppGroundDate
1IndwonI & 046 runsBanKolkata22.11.19
2IndLost008 wktsAusAdelaide17.12.20

This test is England’s fourth day-night test when it took on India at Ahmedabad. England’s other three day-night tests with details are detailed below

NoTeamResultMarginOppGroundDate
1EngwonI & 209 runsWinBirmingham17.08.17
2Englost120 runsAusAdelaide02.12.17
3EnglostI & 049 runsNZlAuckland22.03.18

India and England will play their first day-night test when they meet each other at Ahmedabad

I Sharma made his 100th test appearance in this test. He is the 70th cricketer to appear in 100 plus tests in the annals of test cricket. He is the eleventh Indian cricketer to appear in 100 plus tests.

He became the eleventh pace bowler with 300 plus wickets to appear in 100 plus tests. He also became the second Indian pace bowler with 300 plus wickets to appear in 100 plus wickets after Kapil Dev.

The following is the list of bowlers who have played 100 tests and the wickets captured by them {Qualification 300 plus wickets]

NoPlayerTeamMatInnsBallsRunsWkts
1JM AndersonEng1592953409816187611
2SCJ BroadEng1462672928014312517
3SK WarneAus1452734070517995708
4M MuralitharanSrl1332304403918180800
5A KumbleInd1322364085018355619
6CA WalshWin1322423001912688519
7N Kapil DevInd1312272774012867434
8GD McGrathAus1242432924812186563
9DL VettoriNZl1131872881412441362
10WPUJC VaasSrl1111942343810501355
11SM PollockSAF108202243539733421
12Wasim AkramPak104181226279779414
13Harbhajan SinghInd1031902858013537417
14IT BothamEng1021682181510878383
15M NtiniSAF1011902083411242390
16NM LyonAus1001912569012816399
17I SharmaInd100180184509757303

The following is the list of Indian bowlers who have played 100 tests and the wickets captured by them {Qualification 300 plus wickets]

NoPlayerTeamMatInnsBallsRunsWkts
1A KumbleInd1322364085018355619
2N Kapil DevInd1312272774012867434
3Harbhajan SinghInd1031902858013537417
4I SharmaInd100180184509757303

I Sharma became the eleventh Indian cricketer to appear in 100 plus tests. The following table details the performance of these eleven cricketers

NoPlayerMatRunsCW5Ct
1SR Tendulkar2001592151460115
2R Dravid163132653610209
3VVS Laxman13487811720135
4A Kumble132250616193560
5N Kapil Dev131524884342364
6SM Gavaskar125101223410108
7DB Vengsarkar1166868170078
8SC Ganguly11372121632071
9Harbhajan Singh103222424172542
10V Sehwag10385032340190
11I Sharma10073603031122

England won the toss and elected to bat first to provide the 66th occasion of England doing so against India and also provides the 30th occasion of India doing so against India in India.

Z Crawlay was making his first appearance against India. He became the 273rd cricketer to represent England against India and also 171st cricketer to represent England against India in India.

Z Crawlay was making his first appearance against India as an opening batsman. He became the 71st cricketer to represent England as an opening batsman against India and also 45th cricketer to represent England as an opening batsman against India in India.

DP Sibley was dismissed for a duck in England’s first innings to provide the 18th occasion of an England opening batsman dismissed for a duck against India. It also provides the eleventh occasion of an England opening batsman dismissed for a duck against India in India.

DP Sibley was dismissed for a duck in England’s first innings to provide the eleventh occasion of an opening batsman dismissed for a duck in a day-night test.

England’s first innings witnessed DP Sibley and JM Bairstow dismissed for ducks to provide the eleventh occasion of England batsmen batting at number two and three dismissed for ducks in a test innings.

It also provides the second such occasion against India. The first such occasion was witnessed at Chennai in 1993. In England’s second innings after following on AG Stewart and G Hick were dismissed for duck batting at number two and three respectively.

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This test has witnessed four cricketers with 100 plus tests. JM Anderson {159}, SCJ Broad {146} and JE Root {102} for England and I Sharma {100} for India to provide the very first occasion of four cricketers with 100 plus tests appearing in a test.

This test has witnessed three cricketers with 100 plus tests appearing for England. JM Anderson {159}, SCJ Broad {146} and JE Root {102} for England to provide the very first occasion of four cricketers with 100 plus tests appearing for a team in a test.

AR Patel captured six for 38 in England’s first innings to provide the 27th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing six plus wickets in an innings against England. It also provides the 20th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing six plus wickets in an innings against England on home soil.

It also provides the second occasion of an Indian bowler capturing six plus wickets in an innings against England at Ahmedabad. Prior to AR Patel, A Kumble had captured seven for 115 at Ahmedabad in Dec 2001

AR Patel captured six for 38 in England’s first innings to provide the 139th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing six plus wickets in an innings. It also provides the 91st occasion of an Indian bowler capturing six plus wickets in an innings on home soil. It also provides the 278th occasion of a bowler capturing six plus wickets in a test innings against England.ui]

It also provides the sixth occasion of an Indian bowler capturing six plus wickets in an innings at Ahmedabad. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerW-RIOppGroundStart Date
1N Kapil Dev9-0833WinAhmedabad12 Nov 1983
2SLV Raju6-0873SrlAhmedabad08 Feb 1994
3J Srinath6-0214SAFAhmedabad20 Nov 1996
4A Kumble7-1151EngAhmedabad11 Dec 2001
5Harbhajan Singh7-0622SrlAhmedabad18 Dec 2005
6AR Patel6-0381EngAhmedabad24 Feb 2021

AR Patel became the seventh bowler to capture six wickets in an innings in a day-night test. The following table lists the other six bowlers

NoPlayerW-RITeamOppGroundDate
1JR Hazlewood6-0703AusNZlAdelaide27.11.15
2D Bishoo8-0493WinPakDub-DSC13.10.16
3Yasir Shah6-1841PakSrlDub-DSC06.10.17
4TA Boult6-0321NZlEngAuckland22.03.18
5PJ Cummins6-0233AusSrlBrisbane24.01.19
6MA Starc6-0662AusPakAdelaide29.11.19
7AR Patel6-0381IndEngAhmedabad24.02.21

AR Patel became the second bowler to capture six wickets in an innings in a day-night test against England at TA Boult of New Zealand. The following table lists the performance of these two bowlers

NoPlayerW-RITeamOppGroundDate
4TA Boult6-0321NZlEngAuckland22.03.18
2AR Patel6-0381IndEngAhmedabad24.02.21

The following table lists the 22 occasions of a bowler capturing five or more wickets in a day-night test.

NoPlayerW-RITeamOppGroundDate
1JR Hazlewood6-0703AusNZlAdelaide27.11.15
2TA Boult5-0604NZlAusAdelaide27.11.15
3Yasir Shah5-1212PakWinDub-DSC13.10.16
4D Bishoo8-0493WinPakDub-DSC13.10.16
5Yasir Shah6-1841PakSrlDub-DSC06.10.17
6MDK Perera5-0984SrlPakDub-DSC06.10.17
7JM Anderson5-0433EngAusAdelaide02.12.17
8MA Starc5-0884AusEngAdelaide02.12.17
9M Morkel5-0212SAFZimP Elizabeth26.12.17
10KA Maharaj5-0593SAFZimP Elizabeth26.12.17
11TA Boult6-0321NZlEngAuckland22.03.18
12JO Holder5-0414WinSrlBridgetown23.06.18
13RAS Lakmal5-0752SrlAusBrisbane24.01.19
14PJ Cummins6-0233AusSrlBrisbane24.01.19
15I Sharma5-0221IndBanKolkata22.11.19
16UT Yadav5-0533IndBanKolkata22.11.19
17MA Starc6-0662AusPakAdelaide29.11.19
18NM Lyon5-0693AusPakAdelaide29.11.19
19MA Starc5-0522AusNZlPerth12.12.19
20TG Southee5-0693NZlAusPerth12.12.19
21JR Hazlewood5-0083AusIndAdelaide17.12.20
22AR Patel6-0381IndEngAhmedabad24.02.21

AR Patel became the third bowler to capture five or more wickets in an innings in day-night test. The following table lists the performance of these three bowlers.

NoPlayerW-RITeamOppGroundDate
1MA Starc5-0884AusEngAdelaide02.12.17
2TA Boult6-0321NZlEngAuckland22.03.18
3AR Patel6-0381IndEngAhmedabad24.02.21

England was dismissed all out for 112 in its first innings in this test to provide the second occasion of England dismissed all out for a total less than 125 runs against India in India. The other occasion was its 102 all out against India at Mumbai in Nov 1981. Thus England’s 112 all out represents its second lowest total against India in India

Z Crawley {53} and DP Sibley {0} scored a fifty and duck respectively in England’s first innings to provide the fourth occasion of England openers scoring a fifty and a duck against India.

NoNoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
11H Gimblett67*4IndLord’s27 Jun 1936
 2A Mitchell04IndLord’s27 Jun 1936
        
21RA Smith563IndChennai11 Feb 1993
 2AJ Stewart03IndChennai11 Feb 1993
        
31AN Cook502IndMohali19 Dec 2008
 2AJ Strauss02IndMohali19 Dec 2008
        
41Z Crawley531IndAhmedabad24 Feb 2021
 2DP Sibley01IndAhmedabad24 Feb 2021

It also provides the third occasion of England openers scoring a fifty and a duck against India in India

NoNoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
11RA Smith563IndChennai11 Feb 1993
 2AJ Stewart03IndChennai11 Feb 1993
        
21AN Cook502IndMohali19 Dec 2008
 2AJ Strauss02IndMohali19 Dec 2008
        
31Z Crawley531IndAhmedabad24 Feb 2021
 2DP Sibley01IndAhmedabad24 Feb 2021

Z Crawley scored 53 in England’s first innings to provide the 122nd occasion of an England opener scoring a fifty against India. It also provides the 63rd occasion of an England opener scoring a fifty against India in India. It also provides the fifth occasion of an England opener scoring a fifty against India at Ahmedabad.

JM Bairstow of England and CA Pujara of India scored zeroes in the first and second innings of this test to provide the fourth occasion of rival batsmen batting at number three scoring ducks in the first and second innings of a test in India-England test series.

It also provides the thirteenth occasion of rival batsmen batting at number three scoring ducks in the first and second innings of a test in the annals of test cricket.

CA Pujara’s duck in India’s first innings represent his ninth duck in 141 innings and 84 tests and his third against England in 21 tests and 39 innings.

V Kohli’s run aggregate at the end of his innings against England as captain read 1420. He went past GS Sobers who has an aggregate of 1417 against England while leading West Indies. Other captains to score more than V Kohli against England are – DG Bradman {2432}, AR Border {2276}, GC Smith {2051} and RT Ponting {1433}

R Ashwin’s three wickets in England’s first innings fetched him an aggregate of 76 wickets against England. He became the 46th bowler in the annals of test cricket to capture 75 plus wickets against England. He also became the fifth Indian bowler to capture 75 plus wickets against England. Others are – BS Chandrashekhar {95}, A Kumble {92}, BS Bedi {85} and N Kapil Dev {85}

Batsmen scoring ninety-nine in the history of Twenty20 Internationals.

Batsmen scoring ninety-nine in the history of Twenty20 Internationals.

DP Conway of New Zealand scored 99 not out against Australia in the first T20I at Christchurch on 22.02.21 to provide the fifth occasion of a batsman to score ninety-nine in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. DP Conway is the fourth batsman in the history of Twenty20 Internationals to remain not out on ninety-nine. The following table lists the five batsmen.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1AD Hales992EngWinNottingham24.06.12
2LJ Wright99*1EngAfgCol-RPS21.09.12
3DJ Malan99*2EngSAFCape Town01.12.20
4Mohd Hafeez99*1PakNZLHamilton20.12.20
5DP Conway99*1NZLAusCh’church22.02.21
New Zealand bowlers capturing four plus wickets in an innings in Twenty20 Internationals

New Zealand bowlers capturing four plus wickets in an innings in Twenty20 Internationals

IS Sodhi of New Zealand captured four for 28 against Australia in the first T20I at Christchurch on 22.02.21 to provide the 273rd occasion of a bowler capturing four plus wickets in an innings in the history of Twenty20 Internationals.

It also provides the 14th occasion of a New Zealand bowler capturing four plus wickets in a T20I and the seventh such occasion against Australia. The following tables lists such occasions.

NoPlayerW-RITeamOppGroundDate
1MR Gillespie4-071NZlKenDurban12.09.07
2DL Vettori4-202NZlIndJo’burg16.09.07
3TG Southee5-181NZlPakAuckland26.12.10
4NL McCullum4-162NZlPakHamilton28.12.10
5JEC Franklin4-152NZlEngHamilton12.02.13
6NL McCullum4-242NZlWinAuckland11.01.14
7GD Elliott4-221NZlSrlAuckland10.01.16
8AF Milne4-371NZlPakAuckland15.01.16
9MJ Santner4-112NZlIndNagpur15.03.16
10TA Boult4-342NZlIndRajkot04.11.17
11LH Ferguson5-211NZlWinAuckland27.11.20
12JA Duffy4-331NZlPakAuckland18.12.20
13TG Southee4-211NZlPakHamilton20.12.20
14IS Sodhi4-282NZlAusCh’church22.02.21
        
NoPlayerW-RITeamOppGroundDate
1J Lewis4-242EngAusS’hampton13.06.05
2Umar Gul4-081PakAusDub-DSC07.05.09
3BAW Mendis6-162SrlAusPallekele08.08.11
4R Ashwin4-112IndAusDhaka30.03.14
5K Kulasekara4-311SrlAusGeelong19.02.17
6KH Pandya4-351IndAusSydney25.11.18
7IS Sodhi4-282NZlAusCh’church22.02.21
Records galore in Karnataka-Bihar game of Vijay Hazare Trophy at Just Academy Ground

Records galore in Karnataka-Bihar game of Vijay Hazare Trophy at Just Academy Ground

Karnataka posted 354 for 3 in this game to provide its third 350 plus runs team total in the tournament. It also provides Karnataka’s second highest team total in the tournament. The other two occasions are – 359 for 7 against Punjab at Ahmedabad on 25.11.14 and 353 for 6 against Odisha at Alur on 13.02.18

R Samarth scored 158 not out in this game to provide the 35th occasion of a Karnataka batsman scoring a century in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NovPlayerRunsOppositionGroundDate
1RV Uthappa169GoaPorvorim14.02.13
2MA Agarwal162AndhraSec’bad07.11.14
3R Samarth158*BiharBengaluru22.02.21
4MK Pandey142*ChhattisgarhBengaluru02.10.19
5MA Agarwal140HyderabadDelhi21.02.18
6RV Uthappa133JharkhandKolkata14.03.14
7RV Uthappa132*GujaratKolkata11.03.14
8KL Rahul131KeralaBengaluru28.09.19
9MA Agarwal125PunjabAhmedabad25.11.14
10R Samarth125HyderabadDelhi21.02.18
11Ganesh Satish121*KeralaChennai13.02.10
12RV Uthappa120HyderabadBangalore24.02.12
13KK Nair120GujaratKolkata11.03.14
14RV Uthappa117Tamil NaduChennai14.02.10
15MA Agarwal116GoaAlur (3)03.03.14
16DA Chougule111*Tamil NaduChennai03.03.08
17KL Rahul110HyderabadPorvorim18.02.13
18B Chipli109*AndhraChennai26.02.08
19CM Gautam109*J + KBengaluru18.12.15
20MA Agarwal109BarodaBengaluru07.02.18
21KL Rahul107PunjabAlur (2)11.02.18
22DT Patil106*KeralaVizag19.02.09
23KL Rahul104*U.PradeshVizag26.02.13
24RV Uthappa104AndhraBengaluru26.02.12
25RV Uthappa104KeralaAlur02.03.14
26D Padikkal103*SaurashtraBengaluru12.10.19
27RV Uthappa103AndhraMalappuram13.02.11
28RV Uthappa103HyderabadPorvorim18.02.13
29D Padikkal102*GoaAlur (3)16.10.19
30MA Agarwal102OdishaAlur13.02.18
31R Samarth102BarodaBengaluru26.09.18
22MK Pandey101*Tamil NaduSec’bad10.11.14
33B Chipli100HyderabadChennai27.02.08
34Ganesh Satish100GoaChennai10.02.10
35KK Nair100OdishaAlur13.02.18

It also represents his third century in the tournament and also his highest individual score in the tournament.

NovPlayerRunsOppositionGroundDate
1R Samarth158*BiharBengaluru22.02.21
2R Samarth125HyderabadDelhi21.02.18
3R Samarth102BarodaBengaluru26.09.18

R Samarth became the third batsman to score 150 plus runs in an innings in the tournament after RV Uthappa and MA Agarwal.  The following table details them.

NovPlayerRunsOppositionGroundDate
1RV Uthappa169GoaPorvorim14.02.13
2MA Agarwal162AndhraSec’bad07.11.14
3R Samarth158*BiharBengaluru22.02.21

R Samarth’s 158 not out in this game represent the highest individual score by a Karnataka captain in the tournament. He became the first Karnataka captain to score 150 plus runs in the tournament.

D Padikkal scored 97 in this game to provide the tenth occasion of a Karnataka batsman scoring a ninety in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NovPlayerRunsOppositionGroundDate
1MK Pandey99*MumbaiVadodara21.11.14
2R Samarth98H. PradeshBengaluru06.10.18
3D Padikkal97BiharBengaluru22.02.21
4MK Pandey95GoaChennai10.02.10
5MK Pandey94*GujaratAlur14.12.15
6D Padikkal92ChhattisgarhBengaluru23.10.19
7Ganesh Satish90KeralaBangalore21.02.12
8Ganesh Satish90HyderabadBangalore24.02.12
9MA Agarwal90SaurashtraDelhi27.02.18
10KL Rahul90PuducherryBengaluru20.10.19

R Samarth-D Padikkal added 153 runs for the first wicket and R Samarth-KV Siddarth added 171 runs for the second wicket to provide the 42nd and 43rd occasion of Karnataka batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the tournament.

R Samarth-D Padikkal added 153 runs for the first wicket to provide the 42nd and 12th occasion of Karnataka batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the tournament for the first wicket

NovPartnersRunsWktOppGroundDate
1KL Rahul, RV Uthappa2061stHydPorvorim18.02.13
2MA Agarwal, KK Nair1901stOdiAlur13.02.18
3RV Uthappa, MA Agarwal1621stPunAhmedabad25.11.14
4MA Agarwal, KK Nair1551stMahDelhi24.02.18
5KL Rahul, D Padikkal1551stChhBengaluru23.10.19
6R Samarth, D Padikkal1531stBihBengaluru22.02.21
7RV Uthappa, MA Agarwal1371stJhaKolkata14.03.14
8KL Rahul, D Padikkal1371stMumBengaluru10.10.19
9CM Gautam, RV Uthappa1261stAndVizag15.02.09
10R Samarth, BR Sharath1151stPunBengaluru8.10.18
11KL Rahul, RV Uthappa1121stKerVasco15.02.13
12MA Agarwal, KL Rahul1121stHydHyd-RGS11.11.14

R Samarth-KV Siddarth added 171 runs for the second wicket to provide the tenth occasion of Karnataka batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the tournament for the second wicket.

NovPartnersRunsWktOppGroundDate
1MA Agarwal, R Samarth2422ndHydDelhi21.02.18
2RV Uthappa, Ganesh Satish2142ndGoaPorvorim14.02.13
3R Samarth, KV Siddarth1712ndBiharBengaluru22.02.21
4RV Uthappa, Ganesh Satish1442ndHydBangalore24.02.12
5RV Uthappa, KL Rahul1282ndJhaKolkata14.03.14
6RV Uthappa, SN Raju124*2ndAndMalappuram13.02.11
7KL Rahul, Ganesh Satish1192ndU PVizag26.02.13
8RV Uthappa, Ganesh Satish1172ndAndBengaluru26.02.12
9KL Rahul, MA Agarwal112*2ndT NBengaluru25.10.19
10MA Agarwal, KK Nair1002ndAsmBengaluru8.02.18

R Samarth-D Padikkal added 153 runs for the first wicket to provide the 42nd and sixth occasion of Karnataka batsmen posting 150 plus runs partnership in the tournament for the first wicket

NovPartnersRunsWktOppGroundDate
1KL Rahul, RV Uthappa2061stHydPorvorim18.02.13
2MA Agarwal, KK Nair1901stOdiAlur13.02.18
3RV Uthappa, MA Agarwal1621stPunAhmedabad25.11.14
4MA Agarwal, KK Nair1551stMahDelhi24.02.18
5KL Rahul, D Padikkal1551stChhBengaluru23.10.19
6R Samarth, D Padikkal1531stBihBengaluru22.02.21

R Samarth-KV Siddarth added 171 runs for the second wicket to provide the third occasion of Karnataka batsmen posting 150 plus runs partnership in the tournament for the second wicket.

NovPartnersRunsWktOppGroundDate
1MA Agarwal, R Samarth2422ndHydDelhi21.02.18
2RV Uthappa, Ganesh Satish2142ndGoaPorvorim14.02.13
3R Samarth, KV Siddarth1712ndBihBengaluru22.02.21

Bihar was dismissed all out for 87 to become the fourth team to be dismissed all out for less than 100 runs against Karnataka in the tournament.

NovTeamScoreOversInnsOppGroundDate
1Kerala4922.01KarBengaluru17.12.15
2Goa5420.31KarBengaluru20.02.12
3Bihar8727.22KarBengaluru22.02.21
4Andhra9730.31KaraBengaluru27.02.14

Prasidh Krishna returned with figures of 6.1-3-17-4 in this game to provide the 43rd occasion of a Karnataka bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the tournament.

Prasid Krishna’s four wicket haul in this game provides his fifth four plus wicket haul in the tournament. He became the third Karnataka bowler to capture four plus wicket haul on five or more occasions after K Gowtham {05} and R Vinay Kumar {09} The following table lists the performances of these three bowlers.

NovPlayerOMRWOppositionGroundDate
1K Gowtham10.01584JharkhandKolkata25.02.17
2K Gowtham8.00285HyderabadKolkata04.03.17
3K Gowtham9.00424BarodaBengaluru07.02.18
4K Gowtham5.00264H. PradeshBengaluru06.10.18
5K Gowtham7.50435JharkhandBengaluru26.09.19
         
1M Prasidh Krishna7.04154J + KKalyani03.03.17
2M Prasidh Krishna8.20336AssamBengaluru08.02.18
3M Prasidh Krishna9.11354RailwaysAlur16.02.18
4M Prasidh Krishna8.23195SaurashtraBengaluru12.10.19
5M Prasidh Krishna6.13174BiharBengaluru22.02.21
         
1R Vinay Kumar10.01464GoaChennai29.02.08
2R Vinay Kumar10.01454HaryanaVadodara23.02.10
3R Vinay Kumar8.11354GoaMalappuram10.02.11
4R Vinay Kumar9.01384AndhraMargao20.02.13
5R Vinay Kumar10.00425HyderabadBengaluru28.02.14
6R Vinay Kumar10.20345KeralaAlur02.03.14
7R Vinay Kumar12.00855GujaratKolkata11.03.14
8R Vinay Kumar12.00754JharkhandKolkata14.03.14
9R Vinay Kumar10.01454RailwaysBengaluru10.12.15

Karnataka won this game by 267 runs to provide the highest margin of victory by runs in the tournament. The previous best was 207 runs win by Karnataka against J & K at Bengaluru on 18.12.15.

RV Uthappa and Yashpal Singh share the record for most centuries in Vijay Hazare Trophy

RV Uthappa and Yashpal Singh share the record for most centuries in Vijay Hazare Trophy

RV Uthappa’s 107 representing Kerala against Odisha at Alur was his tenth century in Vijay Hazare Trophy.   He now shares the record with Yashpal Singh for most centuries in Vijay Hazare Trophy. Utthappa scored nine centuries for Karnataka and one for Kerala. Yashpal Singh scored four centuries for services, three for Tripura and three for Manipur. Centuries scored by these two batsmen are tabulated below.

RV Uthappa represented three states in the tournament – Karnataka,  Saurashtra and Kerala. Yashpal Singh represented four states/Teams – Services, Sikkim, Tripura and Manipur

RV Uthappa is the second most capped cricketer in the tournament. He has played 76 games in the tournament as on 22.02.21. MK Tiwary of Bengal is the most capped cricketer in the tournament with 77 appearances to his credit.

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppGroundDate
1RV Uthappa117KarT NChennai14.02.10
2RV Uthappa103KarAndMalappuram13.02.11
3RV Uthappa120KarHydBangalore24.02.12
4RV Uthappa104KarAndBengaluru26.02.12
5RV Uthappa169KarGoaPorvorim14.02.13
6RV Uthappa103KarHydPorvorim18.02.13
7RV Uthappa104KarKerAlur02.03.14
8RV Uthappa132*KarGujKolkata01.03.14
9RV Uthappa133KarJhaKolkata14.03.14
10RV Uthappa107KerOdiAlur20.02.21
       
1Yashpal Singh100SerH PUna15.02.09
2Yashpal Singh126*SerJ+KUna17.02.09
3Yashpal Singh108*SerH PChandigarh10.02.11
4Yashpal Singh108*SerH PDelhi20.02.12
5Yashpal Singh115*TriDelCuttack03.03.17
6Yashpal Singh113*TriH PDharamsala05.02.18
7Yashpal Singh110TriU PNadaun17.02.18
8Yashpal Singh102ManMizAnand28.09.18
9Yashpal Singh134*ManBihNadiad04.10.18
10Yashpal Singh106*ManMegVadodara06.10.18