Opening batsmen scoring a duck and a century in one day internationals

Indian opening batsmen – S Dhawan {0} and RG Sharma {133} – scored a duck and a century against Australia at Sydney on 12.01.19 to provide the 37th occasion of openers scoring a duck and a century in the same innings in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 RS Gabriel 0 DL Haynes 108* 1 Win Aus Sydney 17.01.84
2 GM Wood 0 KC Wessels 107 1 Aus Ind New Delhi 28.09.84
3 LS Rajput 0 K Srikkanth 123 1 Ind Pak Kolkata 18.02.87
4 AC Hudson 0 G Kirsten 106 1 RSA Ind Sharjah 14.04.96
5 A Jadeja 0 SR Tendulkar 110 1 Ind Srl Col- RPS 28.08.96
6 PA Wallace 0 CB Lambert 119 1 Win Eng Trinidad 08.04.98
7 PA Wallace 0 S Chanderpaul 150 1 Win RSA East London 24.01.99
8 NC Johnson 0 GW Flower 140 1 Zim Ken Dhaka 27.03.99
9 MS Sinclair 0 NJ Astle 104 1 NZl Aus Napier 01.03.00
10 ML Hayden 0 DR Martyn 116* 1 Aus NZl Auckland 03.03.00
11 MS Atapattu 0 ST Jayasuriya 107 1 Srl NZl Sharjah 10.04.01
12 CJ Nevin 0 MS Sinclair 118* 1 NZl Srl Sharjah 17.04.01
13 MS Sinclair 0 NJ Astle 117 1 NZl Ind Col- RPS 20.07.01
14 MS Atapattu 0 ST Jayasuriya 106 1 Srl Eng Sydney 13.01.03
15 V Sehwag 0 SR Tendulkar 100 1 Ind Aus Gwalior 26.10.03
16 WTS Porterfield 0 JP Bray 115* 1 Ire Zim Kingston 15.03.07
17 TM Dilshan 0 ST Jayasuriya 107 1 Srl Ind Dambulla 28.01.09
18 Karim Sadiq 0 Noor Ali Zadran 114 1 Afg Can Sharjah 16.02.10
19 C Kieswetter 0 AJ Strauss 154 1 Eng Ban Birmingham 12.07.10
20 KD Karthik 0 V Sehwag 110 1 Ind NZl Dambulla 25.08.10
21 JH Kallis 0 HM Amla 119* 1 SAF Pak Dubai- DSC 02.11.10
22 Ahmed Shehzad 0 Mohd Hafeez 115 1 Pak NZl Christchurch 29.01.11
23 AN Cook 0 IR Bell 126 1 Eng Win Southampton 16.06.12
24 CS MacLeod 0 KJ Coetzer 133 1 Sco Afg Sharjah 08.03.13
25 RG Sharma 0 S Dhawan 137 1 Ind RSA Melbourne 22.02.15
26 DR Smith 0 CH Gayle 215 1 Win Zim Canberra 24.02.15
27 TWM Latham 0 MJ Guptill 102 1 NZl Srl Mt Maunganui 05.01.16
28 M Prabhakar 0 NS Sidhu 134* 2 Ind Eng Gwalior 04.03.93
29 MA Atherton 0 AD Brown 118 2 Eng Ind Manchester 26.05.96
30 RS Kaluwitharana 0 ST Jayasuriya 151* 2 Srl Ind Mumbai 17.05.97
31 GW Flower 0 NC Johnson 110 2 Zim Aus Bulawayo 21.10.99
32 NV Knight 0 ME Trescothick 121 2 Eng Ind Kolkata 19.01.02
33 SC Ganguly 0 V Sehwag 108 2 Ind NZl Napier 29.12.02
34 Younis Khan 0 Salman Butt 108* 2 Pak Ind Kolkata 13.11.04
35 Mohd Hafeez 0 Nasir Jamshed 101* 2 Pak Ind Chennai 30.12.12
36 L Ronchi 0 MJ Guptill 103* 2 NZl Eng Lord’s 31.05.13
37 S Dhawan 0 RG Sharma 133 2 Ind Aus Sydney 12.01.19

Indian opening batsmen – S Dhawan {0} and RG Sharma {133} – scored a duck and a century against Australia at Sydney on 12.01.19 to provide the tenth occasion of openers scoring a duck and a century in the same innings while batting second in the history of one day internationals. Brake up of such occasions in the first innings and second innings are tabulated below

No Player Runs Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 RS Gabriel 0 DL Haynes 108* 1 Win Aus Sydney 17.01.84
2 GM Wood 0 KC Wessels 107 1 Aus Ind New Delhi 28.09.84
3 LS Rajput 0 K Srikkanth 123 1 Ind Pak Kolkata 18.02.87
4 AC Hudson 0 G Kirsten 106 1 RSA Ind Sharjah 14.04.96
5 A Jadeja 0 SR Tendulkar 110 1 Ind Srl Col- RPS 28.08.96
6 PA Wallace 0 CB Lambert 119 1 Win Eng Trinidad 08.04.98
7 PA Wallace 0 S Chanderpaul 150 1 Win RSA East London 24.01.99
8 NC Johnson 0 GW Flower 140 1 Zim Ken Dhaka 27.03.99
9 MS Sinclair 0 NJ Astle 104 1 NZl Aus Napier 01.03.00
10 ML Hayden 0 DR Martyn 116* 1 Aus NZl Auckland 03.03.00
11 MS Atapattu 0 ST Jayasuriya 107 1 Srl NZl Sharjah 10.04.01
12 CJ Nevin 0 MS Sinclair 118* 1 NZl Srl Sharjah 17.04.01
13 MS Sinclair 0 NJ Astle 117 1 NZl Ind Col- RPS 20.07.01
14 MS Atapattu 0 ST Jayasuriya 106 1 Srl Eng Sydney 13.01.03
15 V Sehwag 0 SR Tendulkar 100 1 Ind Aus Gwalior 26.10.03
16 WTS Porterfield 0 JP Bray 115* 1 Ire Zim Kingston 15.03.07
17 TM Dilshan 0 ST Jayasuriya 107 1 Srl Ind Dambulla 28.01.09
18 Karim Sadiq 0 Noor Ali Zadran 114 1 Afg Can Sharjah 16.02.10
19 C Kieswetter 0 AJ Strauss 154 1 Eng Ban Birmingham 12.07.10
20 KD Karthik 0 V Sehwag 110 1 Ind NZl Dambulla 25.08.10
21 JH Kallis 0 HM Amla 119* 1 SAF Pak Dubai- DSC 02.11.10
22 Ahmed Shehzad 0 Mohd Hafeez 115 1 Pak NZl Christchurch 29.01.11
23 AN Cook 0 IR Bell 126 1 Eng Win Southampton 16.06.12
24 CS MacLeod 0 KJ Coetzer 133 1 Sco Afg Sharjah 08.03.13
25 RG Sharma 0 S Dhawan 137 1 Ind RSA Melbourne 22.02.15
26 DR Smith 0 CH Gayle 215 1 Win Zim Canberra 24.02.15
27 TWM Latham 0 MJ Guptill 102 1 NZl Srl Mt Maunganui 05.01.16
                   
1 M Prabhakar 0 NS Sidhu 134* 2 Ind Eng Gwalior 04.03.93
2 MA Atherton 0 AD Brown 118 2 Eng Ind Manchester 26.05.96
3 RS Kaluwitharana 0 ST Jayasuriya 151* 2 Srl Ind Mumbai 17.05.97
4 GW Flower 0 NC Johnson 110 2 Zim Aus Bulawayo 21.10.99
5 NV Knight 0 ME Trescothick 121 2 Eng Ind Kolkata 19.01.02
6 SC Ganguly 0 V Sehwag 108 2 Ind NZl Napier 29.12.02
7 Younis Khan 0 Salman Butt 108* 2 Pak Ind Kolkata 13.11.04
8 Mohd Hafeez 0 Nasir Jamshed 101* 2 Pak Ind Chennai 30.12.12
9 L Ronchi 0 MJ Guptill 103* 2 NZl Eng Lord’s 31.05.13
10 S Dhawan 0 RG Sharma 133 2 Ind Aus Sydney 12.01.19

It also provides the seventh occasion of Indian opening batsmen scoring a duck and a century in one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 A Jadeja 0 SR Tendulkar 110 1 Ind Srl Col- RPS 28.08.96
2 V Sehwag 0 SR Tendulkar 100 1 Ind Aus Gwalior 26.10.03
3 KD Karthik 0 V Sehwag 110 1 Ind NZl Dambulla 25.08.10
4 RG Sharma 0 S Dhawan 137 1 Ind RSA Melbourne 22.02.15
5 M Prabhakar 0 NS Sidhu 134* 2 Ind Eng Gwalior 04.03.93
6 SC Ganguly 0 V Sehwag 108 2 Ind NZl Napier 29.12.02
7 S Dhawan 0 RG Sharma 133 2 Ind Aus Sydney 12.01.19

It also provides the fifth occasion of openers scoring s duck and a century in one day internationals against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 RS Gabriel 0 DL Haynes 108* 1 Win Aus Sydney 17.01.84
2 MS Sinclair 0 NJ Astle 104 1 NZl Aus Napier 01.03.00
3 V Sehwag 0 SR Tendulkar 100 1 Ind Aus Gwalior 26.10.03
4 GW Flower 0 NC Johnson 110 2 Zim Aus Bulawayo 21.10.99
5 S Dhawan 0 RG Sharma 133 2 Ind Aus Sydney 12.01.19

The following table lists the four occasion of an opener scoring a duck and another scoring 150 plus runs. West Indies openers  DR Smith {0) and CH Gayle {215} scored a duck and a double century against Zimbabwe at  Canberra on 24.02.15  providing the lone occasion of an opener scoring a duck and double century in the history of one day internationals.

No Player Runs Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 DR Smith 0 CH Gayle 215 1 Win Zim Canberra 24.02.15
2 C Kieswetter 0 AJ Strauss 154 1 Eng Ban Birmingham 12.07.10
3 RS Kaluwitharana 0 ST Jayasuriya 151* 2 Srl Ind Mumbai 17.05.97
4 PA Wallace 0 S Chanderpaul 150 1 Win RSA East London 24.01.99

It also provides the fifth occasion of opening batsmen scoring a duck and a century on Australian soil. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 RS Gabriel 0 DL Haynes 108* 1 Win Aus Sydney 17.01.84
2 MS Atapattu 0 ST Jayasuriya 106 1 Srl Eng Sydney 13.01.03
3 RG Sharma 0 S Dhawan 137 1 Ind RSA Melbourne 22.02.15
4 DR Smith 0 CH Gayle 215 1 Win Zim Canberra 24.02.15
5 S Dhawan 0 RG Sharma 133 2 Ind Aus Sydney 12.01.19

It also provides the third occasion of opening batsmen scoring a duck and a century at Sydney. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 RS Gabriel 0 DL Haynes 108* 1 Win Aus Sydney 17.01.84
2 MS Atapattu 0 ST Jayasuriya 106 1 Srl Eng Sydney 13.01.03
3 S Dhawan 0 RG Sharma 133 2 Ind Aus Sydney 12.01.19

There are only two occasions of opening batsmen scoring a duck and 133. Both the occasions are tabulated below. Apart from S Dhawan {0} and RG Sharma {133} against Australia at Sydney on 12.01.19, Scotland openers CS McLeog {0) and KJ Coetzer {133} had scored duck and 133 against Afghanistan at Sharjan on 08.03.13. Both such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 CS MacLeod 0 KJ Coetzer 133 1 Sco Afg Sharjah 08.03.13
2 S Dhawan 0 RG Sharma 133 2 Ind Aus Sydney 12.01.19

India’s test series wins

India won the 2018/19 series four test series against Australia by 2-1 margin to provide the 65th occasion of India winning a series. It includes the one test match series won by India. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Team M W L T D Winner Teams Series H/A
1 Ind 5 2 1 0 2 Ind Pak in Ind 1952/53 Home
2 Ind 5 2 0 0 3 Ind NZl in Ind 1955/56 Home
3 Ind 5 2 0 0 3 Ind Eng in Ind 1961/62 Home
4 Ind 4 1 0 0 3 Ind NZl in Ind 1964/65 Home
5 Ind 4 3 1 0 0 Ind Ind in NZl 1967/68 Away
6 Ind 5 1 0 0 4 Ind Ind in Win 1970/71 Away
7 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Ind in Eng `1971 Away
8 Ind 5 2 1 0 2 Ind Eng in Ind 1972/73 Home
9 Ind 3 2 0 0 1 Ind NZl in Ind 1976/77 Home
10 Ind 6 1 0 0 5 Ind Win in Ind 1978/79 Home
11 Ind 6 2 0 0 4 Ind Aus in Ind 1979/80 Home
12 Ind 6 2 0 0 4 Ind Pak in Ind 1979/80 Home
13 Ind 6 1 0 0 5 Ind Eng in Ind 1981/82 Home
14 Ind 3 2 0 0 1 Ind Ind in Eng 1986 Away
15 Ind 3 2 0 0 1 Ind Srl in Ind   1986/97 Home
16 Ind 3 2 1 0 0 Ind NZl in Ind 1988/89 Home
17 Ind 1 1 0 0 0 Ind Srl in Ind 1990/91 Home
18 Ind 3 3 0 0 0 Ind Eng in Ind 1992/93 Home
19 Ind 1 1 0 0 0 Ind Zim in Ind 1992/93 Home
20 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Ind in Srl   1993 Away
21 Ind 3 3 0 0 0 Ind Srl in Ind   1993/94 Home
22 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind NZl in Ind 1995/96 Home
23 Ind 1 1 0 0 0 Ind Aus in Ind 1996/97 Home
24 Ind 3 2 1 0 0 Ind SAF in Ind 1996/97 Home
25 Ind 3 2 1 0 0 Ind Aus in Ind 1997/98 Home
26 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind NZl in Ind 1999/00 Home
27 Ind 1 1 0 0 0 Ind Ind in Ban 2000/01 Away
28 Ind 2 1 0 0 1 Ind Zim in Ind 2000/01 Home
29 Ind 3 2 1 0 0 Ind Aus in Ind 2000/01 Home
30 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Eng in Ind 2001/02 Home
31 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Zim in Ind 2001/02 Home
32 Ind 3 2 0 0 1 Ind Win in Ind 2002/03 Home
33 Ind 3 2 1 0 0 Ind Ind in Pak 2003/04 Away
34 Ind 2 1 0 0 1 Ind SAF in Ind 2004/05 Home
35 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Ind in Ban 2004/05 Away
36 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Ind in Zim 2005 Away
37 Ind 3 2 0 0 1 Ind Srl in Ind 2005/06 Home
38 Ind 4 1 0 0 3 Ind Ind in Win 2006 Away
39 Ind 2 1 0 0 1 Ind Ind in Ban 2007 Away
40 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Ind in Eng 2007 Away
41 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Pak in Ind 2007/08 Home
42 Ind 4 2 0 0 2 Ind Aus in Ind 2008/09 Home
43 Ind 2 1 0 0 1 Ind Eng in Ind 2008/09 Home
44 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Ind in NZl 2008/09 Away
45 Ind 3 2 0 0 1 Ind Srl in Ind 2009/10 Home
46 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Ind in Ban 2009/10 Away
47 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Aus in Ind 2010/11 Home
48 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind NZl in Ind 2010/11 Home
49 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Ind in Win 2011 Away
50 Ind 3 2 0 0 1 Ind Win in Ind 2011/12 Home
51 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind NZl in Ind 2012 Home
52 Ind 4 4 0 0 0 Ind Aus in Ind 2012/13 Home
53 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Win in Ind 2013/14 Home
54 Ind 3 2 1 0 0 Ind Ind in Srl 2015 Away
55 Ind 4 3 0 0 1 Ind SAF in Ind 2015/16 Home
56 Ind 4 2 0 0 2 Ind Ind in Win 2016 Away
57 Ind 3 3 0 0 0 Ind NZl in Ind 2016/17 Home
58 Ind 5 4 0 0 1 Ind Eng in Ind 2016/17 Home
59 Ind 1 1 0 0 0 Ind Ban in Ind 2016/17 Home
60 Ind 4 2 1 0 1 Ind Aus in Ind 2016/17 Home
61 Ind 3 3 0 0 0 Ind Ind in Srl 2017 Away
62 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Srl in Ind 2017/18 Home
63 Ind 1 1 0 0 0 Ind Afg in Ind 2018 Home
64 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Win in Ind 2018/19 Home
65 Ind 4 2 1 0 1 Ind Ind in Aus 2018/19 Away

India won the 2018/19 series four test series against Australia by 2-1 margin to provide the 19th occasion of India winning a series on away soil. It includes the one test match series won by India. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team M W L T D Winner Teams Series H/A
1 Ind 4 3 1 0 0 Ind Ind in NZl 1967/68 Away
2 Ind 5 1 0 0 4 Ind Ind in Win 1970/71 Away
3 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Ind in Eng `1971 Away
4 Ind 3 2 0 0 1 Ind Ind in Eng 1986 Away
5 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Ind in Srl   1993 Away
6 Ind 1 1 0 0 0 Ind Ind in Ban 2000/01 Away
7 Ind 3 2 1 0 0 Ind Ind in Pak 2003/04 Away
8 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Ind in Ban 2004/05 Away
9 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Ind in Zim 2005 Away
10 Ind 4 1 0 0 3 Ind Ind in Win 2006 Away
11 Ind 2 1 0 0 1 Ind Ind in Ban 2007 Away
12 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Ind in Eng 2007 Away
13 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Ind in NZl 2008/09 Away
14 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Ind in Ban 2009/10 Away
15 Ind 3 1 0 0 2 Ind Ind in Win 2011 Away
16 Ind 3 2 1 0 0 Ind Ind in Srl 2015 Away
17 Ind 4 2 0 0 2 Ind Ind in Win 2016 Away
18 Ind 3 3 0 0 0 Ind Ind in Srl 2017 Away
19 Ind 4 2 1 0 1 Ind Ind in Aus 2018/19 Away

India won the 2018/19 series four test series against Australia by 2-1 margin to provide the ninth occasion of India winning a series against Australia. It includes the one test match series won by India. All such occasions are tabulated below. It also represents India’s first series win against Australia in Australia.

No Team M W L T D Winner Teams Series H/A
1 Ind 6 2 0 0 4 Ind Aus in Ind 1979/80 Home
2 Ind 1 1 0 0 0 Ind Aus in Ind 1996/97 Home
3 Ind 3 2 1 0 0 Ind Aus in Ind 1997/98 Home
4 Ind 3 2 1 0 0 Ind Aus in Ind 2000/01 Home
5 Ind 4 2 0 0 2 Ind Aus in Ind 2008/09 Home
6 Ind 2 2 0 0 0 Ind Aus in Ind 2010/11 Home
7 Ind 4 4 0 0 0 Ind Aus in Ind 2012/13 Home
8 Ind 4 2 1 0 1 Ind Aus in Ind 2016/17 Home
9 Ind 4 2 1 0 1 Ind Ind in Aus 2018/19 Away

Teams enforcing follow on against Australia in a test match

India enforced follow on against Australia in the just concluded Sydney test to provide the 40th  occasion of various teams enforcing follow on against Australia in a test. All such occasions are tabulated below

Nov Team Result Margin Follow on by Ground Start Date
1 Australia Lost 005 wickets England The Oval 06 Sep 1880
2 Australia Lost inns & 027 runs England Melbourne 19 Jan 1883
3 Australia Lost 010 wickets England Melbourne 01 Jan 1885
4 Australia Lost inns & 106 runs England Lord’s 19 Jul 1886
5 Australia Lost inns & 217 runs England The Oval 12 Aug 1886
6 Australia Lost inns & 21 runs England Manchester 30 Aug 1888
7 Australia Lost inns & 230 runs England Adelaide 24 Mar 1892
8 Australia Lost inns & 043 runs England The Oval 14 Aug 1893
9 Australia Lost 009 wickets England Sydney 13 Dec 1897
10 Australia Draw England Manchester 17 Jul 1899
11 Australia Draw England The Oval 14 Aug 1899
12 Australia Lost inns & 124 runs England Sydney 13 Dec 1901
13 Australia Draw England Birmingham 29 May 1902
14 Australia Draw South Africa Johannesburg 11 Oct 1902
15 Australia Lost inns & 080 runs England Manchester 24 Jul 1905
16 Australia Lost inns & 029 runs England Melbourne 13 Feb 1925
17 Australia Lost inns & 038 runs England Lord’s 22 Jun 1934
18 Australia Lost inns & 022 runs England Sydney 18 Dec 1936
19 Australia Draw England Nov ttingham 10 Jun 1938
20 Australia Lost inns & 579 runs England The Oval 20 Aug 1938
21 Australia Draw England Sydney 25 Feb 1955
22 Australia Lost inns & 042 runs England Leeds 12 Jul 1956
23 Australia Lost inns & 170 runs England Manchester 26 Jul 1956
24 Australia Lost inns & 093 runs England Sydney 07 Jan 1966
25 Australia Lost 008 wickets South Africa Durban 20 Jan 1967
26 Australia Draw England Lord’s 20 Jun 1968
27 Australia Lost inns & 129 runs South Africa Durban 05 Feb 1970
28 Australia Lost inns & 085 runs England Leeds 11 Aug 1977
29 Australia Draw India Delhi 13 Oct 1979
30 Australia Lost inns & 100 runs India Mumbai 03 Nov 1979
31 Australia Lost inns & 082 runs Pakistan Melbourne 11 Dec 1981
32 Australia Lost inns & 003 runs Pakistan Faisalabad 30 Sep 1982
33 Australia Lost inns & 112 runs West Indies Perth 09 Nov 1984
34 Australia Lost inns & 094 runs England The Oval 29 Aug 1985
35 Australia Draw India Sydney 02 Jan 1986
36 Australia Lost 007 wickets England Brisbane 14 Nov 1986
37 Australia Draw England Sydney 29 Jan 1988
38 Australia Lost inns & 188 runs Pakistan Karachi 15 Sep 1988
39 Australia Lost 003 wickets England Nov ttingham 25 Aug 2005
40 Australia Draw India Sydney 03 Jan 2019

India enforced follow on against Australia in the just concluded Sydney test to provide the 16th occasion of various teams enforcing follow on against Australia in a tes t. All such occasions are tabulated below

Nov Team Result Margin Follow on by Ground Start Date
1 Australia Lost inns & 027 runs England Melbourne 19 Jan 1883
2 Australia Lost 010 wickets England Melbourne 01 Jan 1885
3 Australia Lost inns & 230 runs England Adelaide 24 Mar 1892
4 Australia Lost 009 wickets England Sydney 13 Dec 1897
5 Australia Lost inns & 124 runs England Sydney 13 Dec 1901
6 Australia Lost inns & 029 runs England Melbourne 13 Feb 1925
7 Australia Lost inns & 022 runs England Sydney 18 Dec 1936
8 Australia Draw England Sydney 25 Feb 1955
9 Australia Lost inns & 093 runs England Sydney 07 Jan 1966
10 Australia Lost inns & 082 runs Pakistan Melbourne 11 Dec 1981
11 Australia Lost inns & 112 runs West Indies Perth 09 Nov 1984
12 Australia Draw India Sydney 02 Jan 1986
13 Australia Lost 007 wickets England Brisbane 14 Nov 1986
14 Australia Draw England Sydney 29 Jan 1988
15 Australia Draw India Sydney 03 Jan 2019

India enforced follow on against Australia in the just concluded Sydney test to provide the 16th occasion of various teams enforcing follow on against Australia in a test at Sydney. All such occasions are tabulated below. Sydney has also witnessed two occasions of India enforcing follow on  against Australia.

No Team Result Margin Follow on by Ground Start Date
1 Australia Lost 009 wickets England Sydney 13 Dec 1897
2 Australia Lost inns & 124 runs England Sydney 13 Dec 1901
3 Australia Lost inns & 022 runs England Sydney 18 Dec 1936
4 Australia Draw England Sydney 25 Feb 1955
5 Australia Lost inns & 093 runs England Sydney 07 Jan 1966
6 Australia Draw India Sydney 02 Jan 1986
7 Australia Draw England Sydney 29 Jan 1988
8 Australia Draw India Sydney 03 Jan 2019

India enforced follow on against Australia in the just concluded Sydney test to provide the fourth occasion of India enforcing follow on against Australia in a test at Sydney. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Team Result Margin Follow on by Ground Start Date
1 Australia Draw India Delhi 13 Oct 1979
2 Australia Lost inns & 100 runs India Mumbai 03 Nov 1979
3 Australia Draw India Sydney 02 Jan 1986
4 Australia Draw India Sydney 03 Jan 2019

Indian batsmen posting five fifty plus runs partnerships in a test innings

Indian innings of 622 for 7 declared at Sydney against Australia contained five fifty plus runs partnerships which are detailed below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 MA Agarwal, CA Pujara 2 116 1 v Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2019
2 V Kohli, CA Pujara 3 54 1 v Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2019
3 CA Pujara, GH Vihari 5 101 1 v Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2019
4 RR Pant, CA Pujara 6 89 1 v Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2019
5 RA Jadeja, RR Pant 7 204 1 v Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2019

This provides the 32nd occasions of Indian test innings containing five fifty plus runs partnerships which are tabulated below

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date C HC 50+
1 India 2 New Zealand Delhi 16 Dec 1955 2 3 5
2 India 2 Pakistan Mumbai (BS) 02 Dec 1960 1 4 5
3 India 1 West Indies Kanpur 02 Feb 1979 4 1 5
4 India 1 Australia Delhi 13 Oct 1979 1 4 5
5 India 3 West Indies Port of Spain 11 Mar 1983 2 3 5
6 India 1 England Kanpur 31 Jan 1985 1 4 5
7 India 2 Australia Adelaide 13 Dec 1985 0 5 5
8 India 2 Australia Chennai 18 Sep 1986 0 5 5
9 India 2 Sri Lanka Kanpur 17 Dec 1986 3 2 5
10 India 2 West Indies Kolkata 26 Dec 1987 1 4 5
11 India 1 England Chennai 11 Feb 1993 3 2 5
12 India 2 England Mumbai 19 Feb 1993 3 2 5
13 India 1 Sri Lanka       Bengaluru 26 Jan 1994 2 3 5
14 India 2 Australia Kolkata 18 Mar 1998 3 2 5
15 India 2 England         Mohali 03 Dec 2001 1 4 5
16 India 2 England         The Oval 05 Sep 2002 2 3 5
17 India 2 Pakistan Bengaluru 24 Mar 2005 0 5 5
18 India 1 Bangladesh Dhaka 25 May 2007 3 2 5
19 India 2 England Nottingham 27 Jul 2007 1 4 5
20 India 1 England The Oval 09 Aug 2007 1 7 5
21 India 1 Pakistan Kolkata 30 Nov 2007 3 2 5
22 India 2 Sri Lanka Col-SSC       26 Jul 2010 3 2 5
23 India 1 West Indies Kolkata 14 Nov 2011 2 4 5
24 India 2 West Indies Mumbai 22 Nov 2011 0 5 5
25 India 2 Australia Sydney 06 Jan 2015 1 4 5
26 India 1 West Indies North Sound 21 Jul 2016 2 4 5
27 India 2 England Chennai 16 Dec 2016 4 1 5
28 India 1 Bangladesh Hyd-RGS 09 Feb 2017 3 2 5
29 India 2 Australia Ranchi 16 Mar 2017 2 3 5
30 India 1 Sri Lanka Col-SSC       03 Aug 2017 1 4 5
31 India 1 West Indies Rajkot 04 Oct 2018 3 2 5
32 India 1 Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2019 3 2 5

It also provides the seventh such occasion against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date C HC 50+
1 India 1 Australia Delhi 13 Oct 1979 1 4 5
2 India 2 Australia Adelaide 13 Dec 1985 0 5 5
3 India 2 Australia Chennai 18 Sep 1986 0 5 5
4 India 2 Australia Kolkata 18 Mar 1998 3 2 5
5 India 2 Australia Sydney 06 Jan 2015 1 4 5
6 India 2 Australia Ranchi 16 Mar 2017 2 3 5
7 India 1 Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2019 3 2 5

It also provides the third such occasions against Australia in Australia and second such occasion in a test at Sydney

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date C HC 50+
1 India 2 Australia Adelaide 13 Dec 1985 0 5 5
2 India 2 Australia Sydney 06 Jan 2015 1 4 5
3 India 1 Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2019 3 2 5

The following are the eleven occasions of India posting five fifty plus runs partnerships in an innings in tests played on away soil

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date C HC 50+
1 India 3 West Indies Port of Spain 11 Mar 1983 2 3 5
2 India 2 Australia Adelaide 13 Dec 1985 0 5 5
3 India 2 England         The Oval 05 Sep 2002 2 3 5
4 India 1 Bangladesh Dhaka 25 May 2007 3 2 5
5 India 2 England Nottingham 27 Jul 2007 1 4 5
6 India 1 England The Oval 09 Aug 2007 1 7 5
7 India 2 Sri Lanka Col-SSC       26 Jul 2010 3 2 5
8 India 2 Australia Sydney 06 Jan 2015 1 4 5
9 India 1 West Indies North Sound 21 Jul 2016 2 4 5
10 India 1 Sri Lanka Col-SSC       03 Aug 2017 1 4 5
11 India 1 Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2019 3 2 5

Sydney becomes the second ground to witness ten or more occasions of three three figure partnerships in a test innings after Lord’s

The ongoing test between Australia and India at Sydney witnessed India posting three three figure partnerships in its innings  – 116 runs for the second wicket between MA Agarwal and CA Pujara, 101 runs for the fifth wicket between CA Pujara and GH Vihari and 204 runs for the seventh wicket between RR Pant and RA Jadeja to provide the tenth occasion of three three figure partnerships posted in a test innings at Sydney. Sydney became the second test ground in the annals of test cricket to witness ten or more three three figure partnerships in a test innings. Lord’s has witnessed thirteen occasions of three three figure partnerships. The following table furnishes the three three figure partnerships posted on these two grounds

No Team Inns Opp Ground Start Date TFP
1 Eng 2 SAF Lord’s 28 Jun 1924 3
2 Eng 2 Aus Lord’s 26 Jun 1926 3
3 Aus 2 Eng Lord’s 27 Jun 1930 3
4 Eng 2 Ind Lord’s 19 Jun 1952 3
5 Eng 1 Ind Lord’s 20 Jun 1974 3
6 Srl 1 Eng Lord’s 23 Aug 1984 3
7 Eng 1 Ind Lord’s 26 Jul 1990 3
8 Aus 1 Eng Lord’s 17 Jun 1993 3
9 SAF 2 Eng Lord’s 31 Jul 2003 3
10 Eng 2 Ban Lord’s 26 May 2005 3
11 Srl 3 Eng Lord’s 11 May 2006 3
12 Eng 1 SAF Lord’s 10 Jul 2008 3
13 Eng 1 Srl Lord’s 03 Jun 2011 3
             
1 Aus 1 Eng Sydney 14 Dec 1894 3
2 Eng 2 Aus Sydney 11 Dec 1903 3
3 Aus 3 Eng Sydney 17 Dec 1920 3
4 Eng 2 Aus Sydney 02 Dec 1932 3
5 Ind 1 Aus Sydney 02 Jan 2004 3
6 Ind 2 Aus Sydney 02 Jan 2008 3
7 Eng 2 Aus Sydney 03 Jan 2011 3
8 Aus 1 Ind Sydney 06 Jan 2015 3
9 Aus 2 Eng Sydney 04 Jan 2018 3
10 Ind 1 Aus Sydney 03 Jan 2019 3

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