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Stats highlights of the third one day between England and Australia at Manchester on 16.09.20

Stats highlights of the third one day between England and Australia at Manchester on 16.09.20

JJ Roy and JE Root collected first ball ducks in this game to provide the 163rd and 164th occasion of England batsmen collecting first ball ducks in an innings.

JJ Roy and JE Root collected first ball ducks in this game to provide the 40th and 41st occasion of England batsmen collecting first ball ducks in an innings against Australia.

JJ Roy collected first ball ducks in this game to provide the 26th occasion of England opening batsman collecting first ball ducks in an innings. It also provides the sixth occasion of England opening batsman collecting first ball ducks in an innings against Australia.

JJ Roy and JE Root collected first ball ducks in this game to provide the 20th occasion of two or more England batsmen collecting first ball ducks in an innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsBFIOppGroundStart Date
1W Larkins012WinLord’s23 Jun 1979
 RW Taylor012WinLord’s23 Jun 1979
        
2DL Underwood012SrlCol-SSC14 Feb 1982
 RGD Willis012SrlCol-SSC14 Feb 1982
        
3MW Gatting011NZlCh’church18 Feb 1984
 NA Foster011NZlCh’church18 Feb 1984
        
4AJ Lamb011AusLord’s29 May 1989
 DR Pringle011AusLord’s29 May 1989
        
5CC Lewis011NZlWellington15 Mar 1992
 PAJ DeFreitas011NZlWellington15 Mar 1992
        
6RJ Blakey011IndGwalior04 Mar 1993
 DE Malcolm011IndGwalior04 Mar 1993
        
7JP Crawley012ZimHarare03 Jan 1997
 N Hussain012ZimHarare03 Jan 1997
 CEW Silverwood012ZimHarare03 Jan 1997
        
8RC Irani012NZlAuckland02 Mar 1997
 AR Caddick012NZlAuckland02 Mar 1997
        
9GA Hick012WinNottingham20 Jul 2000
 D Gough012WinNottingham20 Jul 2000
        
10ME Trescothick011PakLeeds17 Jun 2001
 PD Collingwood011PakLeeds17 Jun 2001
        
11ID Blackwell011AusSydney13 Dec 2002
 GJ Batty011AusSydney13 Dec 2002
        
12ME Trescothick011PakS’hampton05 Sep 2006
 R Clarke011PakS’hampton05 Sep 2006
        
13IJL Trott012AusCardiff14 Sep 2013
 JE Root012AusCardiff14 Sep 2013
        
14KP Pietersen012AusS’hampton16 Sep 2013
 LJ Wright012AusS’hampton16 Sep 2013
        
15MM Ali012SrlCol-RPS16 Dec 2014
 CJ Jordan012SrlCol-RPS16 Dec 2014
        
16IR Bell011AusSydney16 Jan 2015
 ST Finn011AusSydney16 Jan 2015
        
17EJG Morgan011AusHobart23 Jan 2015
 CR Woakes011AusHobart23 Jan 2015
        
18EJG Morgan012AusPerth1 Feb 2015
 CR Woakes012AusPerth1 Feb 2015
        
19JM Bairstow012WinBridgetown22 Feb 2019
 TK Curran012WinBridgetown22 Feb 2019
        
20JJ Roy011AusManchester16 Sep 2020
 JE Root011AusManchester16 Sep 2020

JJ Roy and JE Root collected first ball ducks in this game to provide the eighth occasion of two England batsmen collecting first ball ducks in an innings against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsBFIOppGroundStart Date
1AJ Lamb011AusLord’s29 May 1989
 DR Pringle011AusLord’s29 May 1989
        
2ID Blackwell011AusSydney13 Dec 2002
 GJ Batty011AusSydney13 Dec 2002
        
3IJL Trott012AusCardiff14 Sep 2013
 JE Root012AusCardiff14 Sep 2013
        
4KP Pietersen012AusS’hampton16 Sep 2013
 LJ Wright012AusS’hampton16 Sep 2013
        
5IR Bell011AusSydney16 Jan 2015
 ST Finn011AusSydney16 Jan 2015
        
6EJG Morgan011AusHobart23 Jan 2015
 CR Woakes011AusHobart23 Jan 2015
        
7EJG Morgan012AusPerth1 Feb 2015
 CR Woakes012AusPerth1 Feb 2015
        
8JJ Roy011AusManchester16 Sep 2020
 JE Root011AusManchester16 Sep 2020

JJ Roy {Zero} and JM Bairstow {112} scored zero and century in this game to provide the fifth occasion of England openers scoring zero and century in the same innings. All such occasions are tabulated below.  It also provides the 41st such occasion in the annals of one day internationals.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1MA Atherton02EngIndManchester26.05.96
 AD Brown1182EngIndManchester26.05.96
        
2NV Knight02EngIndKolkata19.01.02
 ME Trescothick1212EngIndKolkata19.01.02
        
3C Kieswetter01EngBanBirmingham12.07.10
 AJ Strauss1541EngBanBirmingham12.07.10
        
4AN Cook01EngWinSouthampton16.06.12
 IR Bell1261EngWinSouthampton16.06.12
        
5JJ Roy01EngAusManchester16.09.20
 JM Bairstow1121EngAusManchester16.09.20

It also provides the eighth such occasion against Australia in one day games. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1RS Gabriel01WinAusSydney17.01.84
 DL Haynes108*1WinAusSydney17.01.84
        
2GW Flower02ZimAusBulawayo21.10.99
 NC Johnson1102ZimAusBulawayo21.10.99
        
3MS Sinclair01NZlAusNapier01.03.00
 NJ Astle1041NZlAusNapier01.03.00
        
4V Sehwag01IndAusGwalior26.10.03
 SR Tendulkar1001IndAusGwalior26.10.03
        
5S Dhawan02IndAusSydney12.01.19
 RG Sharma1332IndAusSydney12.01.19
        
6Shan Masood02PakAusDubai (DSC29.03.19
 Abid Ali1122PakAusDubai (DSC29.03.19
        
7Q de Kock02RSAAusBloemfontein04.03.20
 JN Malan129*2RSAAusBloemfontein04.03.20
        
8JJ Roy01EngAusManchester16.09.20
 JM Bairstow1121EngAusManchester16.09.20

It also provides the first such occasion by England opening batsmen against Australia in one day games. The occasion is tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1JJ Roy01EngAusManchester16.09.20
 JM Bairstow1121EngAusManchester16.09.20

JJ Roy was dismissed by the first ball of the match, when a team batted first in a one day international to provide the 74th occasion of an opening batsman dismissed by the first ball of a match. It also provides the eighth occasion of an England opening batsman dismissed by the first ball of a match in one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanTeamOppVenueSeason
1B WoodEngWinScarborough1976
2DW RandallEngWinBrisbane1979/80
3ME TrescothickEngPakLeeds2001
4ME TrescothickEngPakSouthampton2006
5EC JoyceEngNZlSt Lucia2006/07
6IR BellEngAusSydney2014/15
7JJ RoyEngNZlEdgbaston2015
8JJ RoyEngAusManchester2020

It also provides the 12th occasion of a batsman dismissed by the first ball against Australia in one day internationals when a team has batted first.  All such occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanTeamOppVenueSeason
1JG WrightNZlAusWellington1981/82
2JG BracewellNZlAusAdelaide1985/86
3Rameez RajaPakAusBrisbane1988/89
4JG WrightNZlAusAuckland1991/92
5RS MahanamaSrlAusCol-RPS1992
6MJ ClarkeIndAusMumbai2007/08
7Tamim IqbalBanAusDarwin2008
8CH GayleWinAusAdelaide2009/10
9HM AmlaRSAAusPort Elizabeth2011/12
10IR BellEngAusSydney2014/15
11JN MalanRSAAusPaarl2019/20
12JJ RoyEngAusManchester2020

It also provides the second occasion of England batsman dismissed by the first ball against Australia in one day internationals when England batted first. Both such occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanTeamOppVenueSeason
1IR BellEngAusSydney2014/15
2JJ RoyEngAusManchester2020

JJ Roy’s first ball dismissal in this game was his second such dismissal in one day internationals. Prior to this he was dismissed first ball against New Zealand at Edgbaston in 2015. He became the 16th batsman in the annals of one day games to be dismissed by the first ball of a match on two or more occasions when the team has batted first.

NoNoBatsmanTeamOppVenueSeason
11AC GilchristAusRSAMelbourne2001/02
 2AC GilchristAusPakMelbourne-CS2002
 3AC GilchristAusRSABrisbane2005/06
       
21AJ FinchAusEngCardiff2013
 2AJ FinchAusPakSharjah2014/15
       
31CH GayleWinAusAdelaide2009/10
 2CH GayleWinScoHarare2017/18
       
41HH GibbsRSANZlBrisbane2001/02
 2HH GibbsRSAPakTangier200 2
       
51Imran NazirPakSrlGalle2000
 2Imran NazirPakEngThe Oval2003
       
61JG WrightNZlAusWellington1981/82
 2JG WrightNZlAusAuckland1991/92
       
71JJ RoyEngNZlEdgbaston2015
 2JJ RoyEngAusManchester2020
       
81ME TrescothickEngPakLeeds2001
 2ME TrescothickEngPakSouthampton2006
       
91MJ GuptillNZlSrlDunedin2014/15
 2MJ GuptillNZlWinManchester2019
       
101PA WallaceWinEngSharjah1997/98
 2PA WallaceWinRSAEast London1998/99
       
111Rameez RajaPakAusBrisbane1988/89
 2Rameez RajaPakWinCape Town1992/93
       
121RS MahanamaSrlAusCol-RPS1992
 2RS MahanamaSrlNZlBloemfontein1994/95
       
131SC GangulyIndSrlMumbai1997
 2SC GangulyIndEngCh-le-St2002
       
141SL CampbellWinNZlTaupo1999/00
 2SL CampbellWinNZlNapier1999/00
       
151Tamim IqbalBanAusDarwin2008
 2Tamim IqbalBanWinDominica2009
       
161WU TharangaSrlIndDelhi2009/10
 2WU TharangaSrlIndDambulla2010

He also became the second England batsman in the annals of one day games to be dismissed by the first ball of a match on two occasions when the team has batted first. ME Trescothick was the other England batsman to be dismissed in such a manner.

NoNoBatsmanTeamOppVenueSeason
11JJ RoyEngNZlEdgbaston2015
 2JJ RoyEngAusManchester2020
       
21ME TrescothickEngPakLeeds2001
 2ME TrescothickEngPakSouthampton2006

MA Starc dismissed JJ Roy first ball in this game to provide the third occasion of his dismissing a batsman by the first ball in one day international when the team has batted first. The other two occasions are – he had dismissed IR Bell of England at Sydney in 2014-15 and JN Malan of South Africa at Paarl in 2019-20. MA Starc became the seventh bowler in this category of statistics to dismiss a batsman by the first ball of the match on three or more occasions, when the team has batted first. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoNoBowlerBatsmanTeamOppVenueSeason
11C VaasSC GangulySrlIndMumbai1997
 2C VaasNevinSrlNZlSharjah2000/01
 3C VaasV SehwagSrlIndCol-SSC2001
 4C VaasDD EbrahimSrlZimCol-SSC2001/02
 5C VaasHannan SarkarSrlBanPM Burg2002/03
        
21Z KhanMS SinclairIndNZlCol-RPS2001
 2Z KhanST JayasuriyaIndSrlCol-RPS2002/03
 3Z KhanMJ ClarkeAusIndMumbai2007/08
 4Z KhanWU TharangaIndSrlDelhi2009/10
        
31McDermottJG BracewellAusNZlAdelaide1985/86
 2McDermottJG WrightAusNZlAuckland1991/92
 3McDermottRS MahanamaAusSrlCol-RPS1992
        
41K KulasekaraNasir JamshedSrlPakDambulla2009
 2K KulasekaraKamran AkmalSrlPakCol-RPS2009
 3K KulasekaraMJ GuptillSrlNZlDunedin2014/15
        
51MA StarcIR BellAusEngSydney2014/15
 2MA StarcJN MalanAusRSAPaarl2019/20
 3MA StarcJJ RoyAusEngManchester2020
        
61SM PollockPA WallaceRSAWinEast London1998/99
 2SM PollockAC GilchristRSAAusMelbourne2001/02
 3SM PollockAC GilchristRSAAusBrisbane2005/06
        
71W AkramA FlowerPakZimKarachi1993/94
 2W AkramAC ParorePakNZlAuckland2000/01
 3W AkramAC GilchristPakAusMel’one-CS2002

MA Starc became the second Australian bowler in this category of statistics to dismiss a batsman by the first ball of the match on three or more occasions, when the team has batted first after CJ McDermott. The batsmen dismissed by these two bowlers with other details such as opposition, ground and date are tabulated below.

NoNoBowlerBatsmanTeamOppVenueSeason
31McDermottJG BracewellAusNZlAdelaide1985/86
 2McDermottJG WrightAusNZlAuckland1991/92
 3McDermottRS MahanamaAusSrlCol-RPS1992
        
51MA StarcIR BellAusEngSydney2014/15
 2MA StarcJN MalanAusRSAPaarl2019/20
 3MA StarcJJ RoyAusEngManchester2020

England lost first two wickets without a run on the board in this game to provide the 29th occasion of a team losing first two wickets without a run on the board in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the third such occasion for England and the second such occasion for England against Australia in one day internationals.

NoFowITeamOppGroundStart Date
12/01EngIndDelhi17 Oct 2011
22/01EngAusSydney16 Jan 2015
32/01EngAusManchester16 Sep 2020
NoFowITeamOppGroundStart Date
12/01EngAusSydney16 Jan 2015
22/01EngAusManchester16 Sep 2020

England lost first two wickets without a run on the board in this game to provide the eighth occasion of a team losing first two wickets without a run on the board in the history of one day internationals against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoFowITeamOppGroundStart Date
12/01PakAusBrisbane08 Jan 1989
22/01NZlAusAuckland19 Feb 2000
32/02WinAusSydney07 Feb 2001
42/01BanAusCol-SSC19 Sep 2002
52/01PakAusPerth31 Jan 2010
62/01IreAusBelfast23 Jun 2012
72/01EngAusSydney16 Jan 2015
82/01EngAusManchester16 Sep 2020

JM Bairstow scored 112 in this game to provide the 181st occasion of England batsman scoring a century in one day games. It also provides the 38th occasion of England batsman scoring a century in one day games against Australia.

JM Bairstow scored 112 in this game to provide the 91st occasion of England opening batsman scoring a century in one day games. It also provides the 19th occasion of England opening batsman scoring a century in one day games against Australia.

JM Bairstow scored 112 in this game to provide the 57th occasion of England batsman’s scoring a century in a losing cause in one day games. It also provides the 15th occasion of England batsman’s century in a losing cause in one day games against Australia.

JM Bairstow scored 112 in this game to provide the 26th occasion of England opening batsman’s scoring a century in a losing cause in one day games. It also provides the seventh occasion of England opening batsman’s century in a losing cause in one day games against Australia.

JM Bairstow scored 112 in this game to provide his tenth century as England’s opening batsman in one day games. He became the second England opening batsman to score ten or more centuries in one day internationals after ME Trescothick. ME Trescothick has scored 12 centuries as England’s opening batsman

JM Bairstow scored 112 in this game to provide his tenth century as England batsman in one day games. He became the fourth England batsman to score ten or more centuries in one day internationals. Others are – JE Root {16}, EJG Morgan {13} and ME Trescothick {12}

England {302 for 7} and Australia {305 for 7} scored 300 plus runs in this game to provide the  743rd and 744th occasion of a team scoring 300 plus runs in the history of one day internationals.

England {302 for 7} scored 300 plus runs in this game to provide the 80th occasion of a team scoring 300 plus runs in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the 13th occasion of England posting a total of 300 plus runs against Australia in one day internationals.

Australia {305 for 7} scored 300 plus runs in this game to provide the 109th occasion of a team scoring 300 plus runs in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the 13th occasion of Australia posting a total of 300 plus runs against England in one day internationals.

England lost this game after posting 300 plus runs to provide the 147th occasion of a team losing a one day game after posting 300 plus runs. It also provides the fourth occasion of England losing a one day game after posting 300 plus runs against Australia and first such occasion against Australia on home soil.

England {302 for 7} and Australia {305 for 7} scored 300 plus runs in this game to provide the  142nd occasion of both teams scoring 300 plus runs in the history of one day internationals.

MA Starc returned with figures of three for 74 in this game to provide the 91st occasion of an Australian bowler conceding 70 plus runs in an innings in one day games. It also provides the 22nd occasion of an Australian bowler conceding 70 plus runs in an innings in one day games against England.

MA Starc returned with figures of three for 74 in this game to provide the seventh occasion of his conceding 70 plus runs in an innings in one day games. He became the third Australian bowler to concede 70 plus runs in an innings on seven or more occasions. Others are MG Johnson {08} and B Lee {07}

JW Bairstow and SW Billings added 114 runs for the fifth wicket in this game to provide the 262nd occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day internationals. It also provides the 55th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day internationals against Australia

JW Bairstow and SW Billings added 114 runs for the fifth wicket in this game to provide the 23rd occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the fifth wicket in one day internationals. It also provides the fifth occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the fifth wicket in one day internationals against Australia

AT Carey and GJ Maxwell added 212 runs for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the 148th occasion of batsmen posting 200 plus runs in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the third occasion of batsmen posting 200 plus runs in the history of one day internationals for the sixth wicket

AT Carey and GJ Maxwell added 212 runs for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the 22nd occasion of Australian batsmen posting 200 plus runs in the history of one day internationals for the sixth wicket It also provides the first occasion of Australian batsmen posting 200 plus runs in the history of one day internationals for the sixth wicket

AT Carey and GJ Maxwell added 212 runs for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the record partnership by Australian batsmen for the sixth wicket in the history of one day internationals. The previous best was 165 runs partnership between MEK Hussey and BJ Haddin against West Indies at Kualalampur on 18.09.06

AT Carey and GJ Maxwell added 212 runs for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the 22nd occasion of Australian batsmen posting 200 plus runs in the history of one day internationals against England. It also provides the first occasion of Australian batsmen posting 200 plus runs in the history of one day internationals for the sixth wicket against England.

AT Carey and GJ Maxwell added 212 runs for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the record partnership by Australian batsmen for the sixth wicket in the history of one day internationals against England. The previous best was 126 runs partnership between MR Marsh and GJ Maxwell at Manchester on 11.09.20

AT Carey and GJ Maxwell added 212 runs for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the 392nd occasion of Australian batsmen posting three figure partnerships in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the twelfth occasion of Australian batsmen posting three figure partnerships in the history of one day internationals for the sixth wicket

AT Carey and GJ Maxwell added 212 runs for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the 62nd occasion of Australian batsmen posting three figure partnerships in the history of one day internationals against England.  It also provides the third occasion of Australian batsmen posting three figure partnerships in the history of one day internationals for the sixth wicket against England

AT Carey scored 106 and GJ Maxwell scored 108  in this game to provide the 231st and 232nd occasion of Australian batsmen scoring centuries in one day internationals. It also provides the 36th and 37th occasion of Australian batsmen scoring centuries in one day internationals against England.

AT Carey scored 106 in this game to provide the 21st occasion of Australian wicket keeper scoring a century in one day internationals. It also provides the fourth occasion of Australian wicket keeper scoring a century in one day internationals against England

AT Carey scored 106 and GJ Maxwell scored 108  in this game to provide the 179th occasion of two or more batsmen scoring centuries in the same innings in one day internationals. It also provides 177th occasion of two batsmen scoring centuries in the same innings in one day internationals.

AT Carey scored 106 and GJ Maxwell scored 108  in this game to provide the 20th occasion of two Australian batsmen scoring centuries in the same innings in one day internationals. It also provides fourth occasion of two Australian batsmen scoring centuries in the same innings in one day internationals against England

JM Bairstow scored 112 for England while AT Carey scored 106 and GJ Maxwell scored 108 for Australia in this game to provide the 51st occasion of three or more batsmen scoring centuries in the same match in one day internationals which include two occasions of three batsmen scoring centuries in the same innings.

JM Bairstow scored 112 for England while AT Carey scored 106 and GJ Maxwell scored 108 for Australia in this game to provide the 49th occasion of three batsmen scoring centuries in the same match in one day internationals which include two occasions of three batsmen scoring centuries in the same innings.

AT Carey’s 106 in this game represent his maiden one day century. His previous best was 85 against South Africa at Manchester on 06.07.19

GJ Maxwell’s 108 in this game represent his second one day century. Prior to this he had scored 102 against Sri Lanka at Sydney on 08.03.15. Thus his 108 in this game represent his highest individual score in one day internationals. His highest score against England was his 95 at Perth on 01.02.15

GJ Maxwell scored seven boundary sixes in his knock of 108 in this game which fetched him a total of 105 boundary sixes in one day internationals.  He became the sixth Australian batsman to score 100 plus boundary sixes in one day internationals. Others are – RT Ponting {159}, AC Gilchrist {148}, SR Watson {131}, AJ Finch {120} and A Symonds {103}

GJ Maxwell scored seven boundary sixes in his knock of 108 in this game which fetched him a total of 105 boundary sixes in one day internationals.  He became the 37th batsman to score 100 plus boundary sixes in the history of one day internationals.

GJ Maxwell completed 3000 runs in one day internationals when he was on 45 during his knock of 108 in this game. At the end of this game, his run aggregate read 3063. He became the 23rd Australian batsman to aggregate 3000 plus runs in one day internationals.

GJ Maxwell completed 3000 runs in one day internationals when he was on 45 during his knock of 108 in this game. At the end of this game, his run aggregate read 3063. He became the 157th batsman to aggregate 3000 plus runs in one day internationals.

GJ Maxwell’s 108 in this game represent the first three figure knock and also the highest individual innings by a number eight Australian batsman against England in one day games. Previous best was his own 77 at Manchester on 11.09.20

Stats highlights of second one dayer between England and Australia at Manchester

Stats highlights of second one dayer between England and Australia at Manchester

Australia was dismissed all out for 203 in this game to provide the 207th occasion of Australia dismissed all out in one day games. It also provides the 74th occasion of Australia dismissed all out in one day games on away soil.

Australia was dismissed all out for 203 in this game to provide the 30th occasion of Australia dismissed all out in one day games. It also provides the 15th occasion of Australia dismissed all out in one day games against England in England and fifth such occasion at Manchester.

Australia was dismissed all out for 203 in this game to provide the 114th occasion of Australia dismissed all out while batting second in one day games. It also provides the 45th occasion of Australia dismissed all out while batting second in one day games on away soil.

Australia was dismissed all out for 203 in this game to provide the 13th occasion of Australia dismissed all out against England while batting second in one day games. It also provides the sixth occasion of Australia dismissed all out in one day games against England while batting second in England and third such occasion at Manchester while batting second.

JM Bairstow was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 109th occasion of an England opening batsman dismissed for duck in an innings in one day games. It also provides the 28th occasion of an England opening batsman dismissed for duck in an innings in one day games against Australia

JM Bairstow collected his fifth duck as an opening batsman when he failed to open his account in this game. He became the ninth England opening batsman to collect five or more ducks in one day games. Others are – ME Tresothick {13|, JJ Roy {08}, AN Cook {07}, NV Knight {06}, AJ Strauss {06}, AJ Stewert {06}, JM  Brearley {05} and AD Hales {05}

JM Bairstow was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 47th occasion of an England opening batsman dismissed for duck in an innings in one day games on home soil. It also provides the 12th occasion of an England opening batsman dismissed for duck in an innings in one day games against Australia on home soil.

JM Bairstow collected his third duck as an opening batsman when he failed to open his account in this game on home soil. He became the sixth England opening batsman to collect three or more ducks in one day games on home soil. Others are – ME Tresothick {07|, JJ Roy {05}, AN Cook {05}, AD Hales {03} and AJ Stewert {03}

JE Root’s 39 in this game fetched him an aggregate of 5962 runs in one day games. He now needs 62 runs for his 6000 runs. If he gets them, he would then become the second England batsman to total 6000 plus runs after EJG Morgan. EJG Morgan has an aggregate of 6831 runs in one day games.

EJG Morgan’s 42 in this game fetched him an aggregate of 3963 runs in one day games on home soil. He needs 37 runs for his 4000 runs. If he gets them, then he would become the first England batsman to aggregate 4000 runs on home soil.

TK Curran {37} and AU Rashid {35 not out} scored 30 plus runs in England’s innings to provide the 13th occasion of batsmen batting at number nine and ten scoring 30 plus runs in an innings in the history of one day internationals

It also provides the second such occasion by England batsmen in one day internationals The first such occasion was against Pakistan at Lahore on 12.12.05 when LE Plunkett at number nine had scored 56 runs and VS Solanki at number ten had scored 39 not out.

TK Curran’s 37 while batting at number nine in this game represent the highest individual score by an England batsman batting at number nine in one day games against Australia. The previous best was 35 not out by AU Rashid {who has batted at number ten in this game} at the same venue Manchester on 13.09.15, that is same date, same month, five years earlier. Thus AU Rashid watched his record bettered while at the crease

AJ Finch scored 73 in this game to provide the 71st occasion of an Australian opening batsman scoring a fifty against England in one day games. It also provides the 31st occasion of an Australian opening batsman scoring a fifty against England in England in one day games

AJ Finch scored 73 in this game to provide the 12th occasion of his scoring a fifty against England in one day games as an opening. It also provides the sixth occasion of his opening batsman scoring a fifty against England in England in one day games

AJ Finch scored 73 in this game to provide the 40th occasion of an Australian captain opening batsman scoring a fifty in one day games. It also provides the 15th fifty as Australian opening batsman scoring a fifty one day games. AJ Finch now occupies the second place in the list of Australian captain opening batsmen who have scored most fifties after MA Taylor. MA Taylor has scored 16 fifties.

AJ Finch became the eleventh captain opening batsman to score 15 or more fifties in the annals of one day games. The following table lists all the eleven captain openers

NoPlayerTeamMNORunsC5050+
1GC SmithRSA4573430083745
2ST JayasuriyaSrl3522968102535
3SC GangulyInd2752355081927
4SP FlemingNZl2461888051924
5AN CookEng2021536041620
6AJ StraussEng2021590041620
7WTS P’fieldIre1911658081119
8CH GayleWin1641305041216
9MA TaylorAus1611171011516
10AJ FinchAus1521327051015
11SR TendulkarInd1531415060915

AJ Finch scored one boundary six in this game which fetched him an aggregate of 25 boundary sixes against England. He became the second Australian batsman to score 25 plus boundary sixes against England after SR Watson. SR Watson has scored 27 boundary sixes against England. He also became the ninth batsman in the annals of one day games to score 25 or more boundary sixes against England. The following table lists all the nine batsmen.

NoPlayerTeamMINORunsCHC6s
1CH GayleWin36340216324885
2BB McCullumNZl32310409930845
3IVA RichardsWin363406161931137
4MS DhoniInd484411154611034
5Yuvraj SinghInd37360615234729
6ST JayasuriyaSrl35340211954328
7SR WatsonAus43400413063527
8AJ FinchAus29280113427525
9SK RainaInd373203120711125

AJ Finch scored one boundary six in this game which fetched him an aggregate of 120 boundary sixes in one day games. He became the fourth Australian batsman to score 120 plus boundary sixes in one day games. Others are – RT Ponting {159}, AC Gilchrist {148} and SR Watson {131}

AJ Finch’s 73 in this game fetched him an aggregate of 4971 runs in one day games He required 29 more runs for his 5000 runs. If he gets them, then he would become the 16th Australian batsman to aggregate 5000 plus runs.

JC Buttler effected four dismissals – all caught – in this game which fetched him an aggregate of 55 dismissals against Australia. He now stands second in the list of wicket keepers who have effected most dismissals against Australia after MS Dhoni. MS Dhoni has effected 62 dismissals against Australia

JC Buttler effected four dismissals – all caught – in this game which fetched him an aggregate of 46 catches against Australia. He now stands second in the list of wicket keepers who have pouched most catches against Australia after MV Boucher. MV  has effected 62 dismissals.

England won this game by 24 runs to carve its 378th win in one day games and 181st win on home soil. It also provide its 63rd win in one day games against Australia and 36th win on home soil against Australia.

AJ Finch and M Labuschagne added 107 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 391st occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games. It also provides the 146th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games on away soil

AJ Finch and M Labuschagne added 107 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 61st occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games against England. It also provides the 30th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games against England in England.

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AJ Finch and M Labuschagne added 107 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 76th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the third wicket in one day games. It also provides the 31st occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the third wicket in one day games on away soil

AJ Finch and M Labuschagne added 107 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 14th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the third wicker in one day games against England. It also provides the ninth occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the third wicket in one day games against England in England.

AJ Finch and M Labuschagne added 107 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the seventh occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games against England.

It also provides the fifth occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games against England.

It also provides the second occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games against England.

Teams winning a one day international with a delivery to spare

Teams winning a one day international with a delivery to spare

Ireland carved a seven wickets win with a ball to spare against England at Southampton on 04.08.20 to provide the 51st occasion of a team winning a one day international with a delivery to spare.  All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opp Ground Start Date
1 NZl won 2 wkts 1  Eng Birmingham 15 Jun 1983
2 NZl won 5 wkts 1  Ind Melbourne 23 Jan 1986
3 Pak won 1 wkts 1  Aus Perth 02 Jan 1987
4 Eng won 3 wkts 1  Aus Sydney 22 Jan 1987
5 NZl won 4 wkts 1  Srl Adelaide 09 Jan 1988
6 Pak won 4 wkts 1  Win Kolkata 01 Nov 1989
7 NZl won 4 wkts 1  Eng Leeds 23 May 1990
8 Srl won 3 wkts 1  RSA Wellington 02 Mar 1992
9 Eng won 3 wkts 1  RSA Melbourne 12 Mar 1992
10 Srl won 4 wkts 1  Ind Jalandhar 20 Feb 1994
11 NZl won 6 wkts 1  Ind Christchurch 02 Apr 1994
12 NZl won 1 wkts 1  Pak Christchurch 17 Dec 1995
13 NZl won 4 wkts 1  Win Port of Spain 29 Mar 1996
14 Pak won 2 wkts 1  Ind Toronto 17 Sep 1996
15 Ind won 3 wkts 1  Pak Dhaka 18 Jan 1998
16 Win won 1 wkts 1  Eng Bridgetown 01 Apr 1998
17 Ind won 2 wkts 1  NZl Napier 12 Jan 1999
18 Ind won 4 wkts 1  RSA Vadodara 17 Mar 2000
19 Zim won 1 wkts 1  Ind Jodhpur 08 Dec 2000
20 Win won 5 wkts 1  Zim Bulawayo 01 Jul 2001
21 Ind won 1 wkts 1  NZl Auckland 11 Jan 2003
22 Pak won 5 wkts 1  Ban Rawalpindi 18 Sep 2003
23 Aus won 2 wkts 1  NZl Pune 03 Nov 2003
24 Aus won 2 wkts 1  Ind Sydney 22 Jan 2004
25 RSA won 1 wkts 1  Aus Johannesburg 12 Mar 2006
26 Ind won 5 wkts 1  Win Kingston 18 May 2006
27 Win won 4 wkts 1  Ind Basseterre 23 May 2006
28 Sco won 4 wkts 1  Net Ayr 06 Aug 2006
29 Eng won 3 wkts 1  NZl Hobart 16 Jan 2007
30 Sco won 2 wkts 1  Can Mombasa 18 Jan 2007
31 Eng won 1 wkts 1  Win Bridgetown 21 Apr 2007
32 Win won 4 wkts 1  Sco Dublin 12 Jul 2007
33 Pak won 4 wkts 1  Ind Mohali 08 Nov 2007
34 Pak won 4 wkts 1  Win Abu Dhabi 12 Nov 2008
35 Win won 5 wkts 1  NZl Christchurch 03 Jan 2009
36 Ind won 6 wkts 1  Win Gros Islet 03 Jul 2009
37 Ind won 3 wkts 1  Pak Dambulla 19 Jun 2010
38 Sco won 1 wkts 1  Net Amstelveen 01 Jul 2010
39 Pak won 1 wkts 1  RSA Abu Dhabi 31 Oct 2010
40 Pak won 1 wkts 1  RSA Dubai (DSC) 05 Nov 2010
41 Zim won 1 wkts 1  NZl Bulawayo 25 Oct 2011
42 Srl won 2 wkts 1  RSA Johannesburg 22 Jan 2012
43 Pak won 4 wkts 1  Win Gros Islet 24 Jul 2013
44 Ire won 1 wkts 1  Sco Belfast 06 Sep 2013
45 Pak won 3 wkts 1  Ban Dhaka 04 Mar 2014
46 Pak won 4 wkts 1  Srl Hambantota 23 Aug 2014
47 Aus won 3 wkts 1  Eng Hobart 23 Jan 2015
48 NZl won 4 wkts 1  RSA Auckland 24 Mar 2015
49 RSA won 4 wkts 1  NZl Hamilton 19 Feb 2017
50 Win won 1 wkts 1  Ire Bridgetown 09 Jan 2020
51 Ire won 7 wkts 1  Eng Southampton 04 Aug 2020

It also provides second such win for Ireland in one day internationals. Both the occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opp Ground Start Date
1 Ire won 1 wkts 1  Sco Belfast 06 Sep 2013
2 Ire won 7 wkts 1  Eng Southampton 04 Aug 2020

It also provides fifth such win for a team in one day internationals against England. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opp Ground Start Date
1 NZl won 2 wkts 1  Eng Birmingham 15 Jun 1983
2 NZl won 4 wkts 1  Eng Leeds 23 May 1990
3 Win won 1 wkts 1  Eng Bridgetown 01 Apr 1998
4 Aus won 3 wkts 1  Eng Hobart 23 Jan 2015
5 Ire won 7 wkts 1  Eng Southampton 04 Aug 2020

Ireland carved a seven wickets win with a ball to spare against England at Southampton on 04.08.20 to provide the first occasion of a team winning a one day international with a delivery to spare by seven wickets. IN other words, it represent the win by most wickets in hand. The following table lists the wins by five or more wickets with a delivery to spare  

No Team Result Margin BR Opp Ground Start Date
1 NZl won 5 wkts 1  Ind Melbourne 23 Jan 1986
2 Win won 5 wkts 1  Zim Bulawayo 01 Jul 2001
3 Pak won 5 wkts 1  Ban Rawalpindi 18 Sep 2003
4 Ind won 5 wkts 1  Win Kingston 18 May 2006
5 Win won 5 wkts 1  NZl Christchurch 03 Jan 2009
6 NZl won 6 wkts 1  Ind Christchurch 02 Apr 1994
6 Ind won 6 wkts 1  Win Gros Islet 03 Jul 2009
8 Ire won 7 wkts 1  Eng Southampton 04 Aug 2020
Highlights of third one day at Southampton between England and Ireland

Highlights of third one day at Southampton between England and Ireland

EJG Morgan scored 106 in this game to provide the 24th occasion of an England captain scoring a century in one day games. It also provides the 14th occasion of an England captain scoring a century in one day games on home soil

EJG Morgan scored 106 in this game to provide the ninth occasion of his scoring a century as England captain in one day games. It also provides the fourth occasion of his scoring a century as an England captain in one day games on home soil

EJG Morgan scored 106 in this game represent his 13th century in one day games. He now stands second in the list of England batsmen who have scorec most centuries in one day games. The first place is occupied by JE Root who has scored 19 centuries. EJG Morgan went past ME Tresothick who has scored 12 centuries. JE Root {19}, EJG Morgan {13} and ME Tresothick {12} are the only three England batsmen who have scored ten or more centuries in one day games.

EJG Morgan scored 106 in this game represent his 54th fifty in one day games representing England. Apart from his 13 centuries, he has also scored 41 half centuries. EJG Morgan is the only England batsman to score 50 plus half centuries.

EJG Morgan scored 106 in this game represent his 60th fifty in one day games – 54 fifties for England and 06 for Ireland. He became the 31st batsman in the history of one day games to score 60 plus fifties.

EJG Morgan’s run aggregate in one day games read 7510 representing both Ireland and England teams. He became the 36th batsman to aggregate 7500 plus runs in one day games.

EJG Morgan scored 106 in this game represent his second century in one day games against Ireland. Prior to this he had scored 124 not out at Dublin-Malahide on 03.09.13.

England posted 328 in this game to provide the 741st occasion of team posting a total of 300 plus runs in one day games. It also provides the 79th occasion of England posting a total of 300 plus runs in one day games.

England posted 328 in this game to provide the 49th occasion of team dismissed all out after posting a total of 300 plus runs all out in one day games. It also provides the fifth occasion of a England dismissed all out posting a total of 300 plus  runs in one  day games.

Ireland posted 329 for 3 in this game to provide the 742st occasion of team posting a total of 300 plus runs in one day games. It also provides the 14th occasion of England posting a total of 300 plus runs in one day games.

England posted 328 and Ireland posted 329 for 3 in this game to provide the 141st occasion of both teams posting a total of 300 plus runs in one day games.

England posted 328 and lost the match to provide the 146th occasion of a team losing a game after posting 300 plus runs in one day games. It also provides the 21st occasion of England suffering such an ignominy.

England occupies the second place in the list of teams which have lost the game after posting 300 plus runs. India has lost 23 games after posting 300 plus runs.

EJG Morgan and T Banton added 146 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 260th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games. It also provides the 40th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games for the fourth wicket.

EJG Morgan and T Banton added 146 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the sixth occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games against Ireland. It also provides the second occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games for the fourth wicket against Ireland.

EJG Morgan and T Banton added 146 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the record stand by England batsmen against Ireland for the fourth wicket. The previous best was 142 runs partnership berween IR Bell and ME Trescothick at Belfast on 13.06.06

PJ Stirling and A Balbirnie added 214 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 147th occasion of batsmen posting 200 plus runs partnership in one day games. It also provides the 43rd such occasion for the second wicket in one day games.

PJ Stirling and A Balbirnie added 214 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the sixth occasion of batsmen posting 200 plus runs partnership in one day games by Ireland. It also provides the second such occasion for the second wicket in one day games by Ireland batsmen.

It represents the record partnership by Ireland batsmen in one day games. The previous best was 201 runs partnership between A Balbirnie and WTS Porterfield against UAE at ICCA Dubai on 13.01.18

PJ Stirling and A Balbirnie added 214 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide eleventh occasion of batsmen posting 200 plus runs partnership in one day games against England. It also provides the fourth such occasion for the second wicket in one day games against England.

PJ Stirling and A Balbirnie added 214 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide first occasion of Ireland batsmen posting 200 plus runs partnership in one day games against England. It is also a record stand for any wicket by Ireland batsmen against England. The previous best was 162 runs partnership for the sixth wicket between AR Cussaxk and KJ Obrien at Bengaluru on 02.03.11

PR Stirling was dismissed run out for 142 in this game to provide the 99th occasion of a batsman dismissed run out after scoring a century in the history of one day games. It also provides the tenth occasion of a batsman dismissed run out after scoring a century in the history of one day games against England.

PR Stirling was dismissed run out for 142 in this game represent the highest individual score by a batsman dismissed run out against England. The previous best was 129 by New Zealand batsman JM How at Napier on 20.02.08.

PR Stirling was dismissed run out for 142 in this game to provide the fourth occasion of an Ireland batsman dismissed run out after scoring a century in the history of one day games. Other occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs I Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 KJ O’Brien 142 1 Ire Ken Nairobi-R 02 Feb 2007
2 PR Stirling 142 2 Ire Eng Southampton 04 Aug 2020
3 KJ O’Brien 113 2 Ire Eng Bengaluru 02 Mar 2011
4 A Balbirnie 101 2 Ire Zim Bready 01 Jul 2019

PR Stirling and KJ O’brien share the record for the highest score by an Ireland batsman dismissed run out in an innings in one day games. Both the batsmen have scored an identical 142 runs.

No Player Runs I Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 KJ O’Brien 142 1 Ire Ken Nairobi-R 02 Feb 2007
2 PR Stirling 142 2 Ire Eng Southampton 04 Aug 2020

PR Stirling became the second Ireland batsman to be dismissed run out after scoring a century against England in one day games after KJ O’Brien

No Player Runs I Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 PR Stirling 142 2 Ire Eng Southampton 04 Aug 2020
2 KJ O’Brien 113 2 Ire Eng Bengaluru 02 Mar 2011

PR Stirling was dismissed run out for 142 in this game to provide the 55th occasion of an opening batsman dismissed run out after scoring a century in the history of one day games. It also provides the first occasion of an Ireland opening batsman dismissed run out after scoring a century in the history of one day games. It also provides the fifth occasion of an opening batsman dismissed run out after scoring a century in the history of one day games against England.

PR Stirling was dismissed run out for 142 in this game represent the highest inndividual score by an opening batsman dismissed run out against England. The previous best was 125 by New Zealand opening batsman AJ Finch at Melbourne on 14.02.15.

PR Stirling {142} and A Balbirnie {113} scored centuries in this game to provide the 94th occasion of two batsmen scoring centuries in an innings in the history of one day games. It also provides the ninth such occasion against England in one day games.

It also provides the second such occasion by Ireland batsmen in one day games. The first such occasion was against UAE at ICCA Dubai on 13.01.18 when WTS Porterfield {129} and A Balbirnie {102} came up with centuries.

This game witnessed three centuries – EJG Morgan {106} for England and PR Stirling {142} and A Balbirnie {113} for Ireland to provide the 50th occasion of three or more batsmen scorinng centuries in a one day game. The list includes two occasions of three batsmen scoring centuries in an innings in one day games.

EJG Morgan {106} and A Balbirnie {113} scored centuries in this game to provide the fifth occasion of rival captains scoring centuries in an one day game. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs I Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 WTSPorterfield 112 1 Ire Eng Dublin-M 03 Sep 2013
2 EJG Morgan 124* 2 Eng Ire Dublin-M 03 Sep 2013
               
1 MushfiqurRahim 117 1 Ban Inf Fatullah 26 Feb 2014
2 V Kohli 136 2 Ind Ban Fatullah 26 Feb 2014
               
1 AD Mathews 139* 1 Srl Ind Ranchi 16 Nov 2014
2 V Kohli 139* 2 Inf Srl Ranchi 16 Nov 2014
               
1 F du Plessis 120 1 RSA Ind Durban 01 Feb 2018
2 V Kohli 112 2 Ind RSA Durban 01 Feb 2018
               
1 EJG Morgan 106 1 Eng Ire S’hampton 04 Aug 2020
2 A Balbirnie 113 2 Ire Eng S’hampton 04 Aug 2020

EJG Morgan {106} and A Balbirnie {113} scored centuries in this game to provide the second occasion of rival captains scoring centuries in an one day game involving England and Ireland. Both such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs I Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 WTSPorterfield 112 1 Ire Eng Dublin-M 03 Sep 2013
2 EJG Morgan 124* 2 Eng Ire Dublin-M 03 Sep 2013
               
1 EJG Morgan 106 1 Eng Ire S’hampton 04 Aug 2020
2 A Balbirnie 113 2 Ire Eng S’hampton 04 Aug 2020

EJG Morgan {106} scored century in this game to provide the 24th occasion of England captain scoring century in an one day game..A Balbirnie {113} scored century in this game to provide the tenth occasion of an Ireland  captain scoring century in an one day game..

EJG Morgan’s 106 was in a losing case in this game to provide the 75th occasion of a captain’s century going in vain in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the seventh occasion of an England captain’s century in a losing cause in one day games. 

EJG Morgan’s 106 was in a losing case in this game to provide the third occasion of his century going in vain while leading England. He became the sixth captain to wtiness three or more centuries in a losing cause in the history of one day games. Others are – BRM Taulor of Zimbabwe {05}, CH Gayle of West Indies {03}, MS Dhoni of India {03}, V Kohli of India {03} and WTS Porterfield of Ireland {03}

Highlights of the second one day between England and Ireland at Southampton on 01.08.20

Highlights of the second one day between England and Ireland at Southampton on 01.08.20

GJ Delany scored duck in this game to provide the 25th occasion of an Ireland opening batsman scoring a duck in one day games. It also provides the fourth occasion of an Ireland opening batsman scoring a duck in one day games against England.

GJ Delany collected a twelve ball duck in this game to provide the 43rd occasion of an opening batsman scoring a duck after facing 12 or more deliveries in the history of one day internationals. He is the first Ireland opening batsman to face such an ignominy  also became the fourth opening batsman to collect a duck after facing 12 or more deliveries against England The following table lists the four batsmen.

No Player R BF I Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 Frasat Ali 0 17 2 EAF Eng Birmingham 14 Jun 1975
2 SM Gavaskar 0 13 1 Ind Eng Ahmedabad 25 Nov 1981
3 RB Richardson 0 12 2 Win Eng Melbourne 30 Jan 1987
4 GJ Delany 0 12 1 Ire Eng Southampton 01 Aug 2020

AU Rashid returned with three for 34 in this game. His aggregate of one day wickets at the end of this game read 150. He became the 23rd spin bowler also the first England spin bowler to capture 150 plus wickets in the history of one day internationals.

C Campher of Ireland scored 68 in this game. It was his second consecutive fifty since his one day debut. He had scored 50 not out Southampton on 30.07.20 on his one day debut. He became the 21st batsman to score two or more consecutive fifties since one day debut in the history of one day internationals. All cuch occasions are listed below

No Player Team Score Opp Ground Date
1 JH Edrich Eng 82 Aus Melbourne 05.01.71 
    Eng 90 Ind Leeds 13.07.74
             
2 IM Chappell Aus 60 Eng Melbourne 05.01.71 
    Aus 53 Eng Manchester 24.05.72
             
3 Rameez Raja Pak 75 NZl Christchurch 06.02.85 
    Pak 59 NZl Auckland 16.02.85
             
4 NS Sidhu Ind 73 Aus Chennai 09.10.87 
    Ind 75 NZl Mumbai 14.10.87
             
5 PV Simmons Win 50 Pak Lahore 16.10.87 
    Win 89 Srl Kanpur 21.10.87
             
6 MH Dekker Zim 79 NZl Bulawayo 31.10.82 
    Zim 55 NZl Harare 08.11.82
             
7 Mohd Yousuf Pak 59* Zim Harare 28.03.98 
    Pak 66 Zim Harare 29.03.98
             
8 Nasir Jamshed Pak 61 Zim Karachi 21.01.08 
    Pak 74 Zim Hyd-Pak 24.01.08
             
9 Khurram Manzoor Pak 50 Zim Sheikupura 02.02.08 
    Pak 69 Win Abu Dhabhi 12.11.08
             
10 DJ Hussey Aus 50 Win Basseterre 04.07.08 
    Aus 52 Win Basseterre 06.07.08
             
11 CRM Douglas Ber 69 Can King City NW 18.08.08 
    Ber 53 Win King City NW 20.08.08
             
12 TLW Cooper Net 80* Sco Rotterdam 15.06.10,
    Net 87 Sco Amstelveen 01.07.10 
    Net 67 Ken Voorburg 03.07.10
             
13 Raza-Ur-Rehman Can 70 Ken ICCA Dubai 11.03.13 
    Can 51 Ken ICCA Dubai 13.02.13
             
14 Sohaib Maqsood Pak 56 RSA Abu Dhabi 08.11.13 
    Pak 53 RSA Sharjah 11.11.13
             
15 Usman Ghani Afg 70 HKG K Lampur 01.05.14 
    Afg 55 UAE K Lampur 02.05.14
             
16 VV Morea PNG 54 HKG Townsville 08.11.14 
    PNG 65* HKG Townsvile 09.11.14
             
17 Afsar Zazai Afg 60 UAE ICCA Dubai 28.11.14 
    Afg 51 UAE ICCA Dubai         30.11.14
             
18  MA  Jones Sco 87 Ire ICCA Dubai 16.01.18 
    Sco 74 Ire ICCA Dubai 18.01.18
             
19 He Van der dussen           RSA 93 Pak P Elizabeth 19.01.19 
    RSA 80* Pak Durban 22.01.19
             
20 MP O’Dowd Nam 86* Zim Deventer 19.06.19 
    Nam 59 Zim Deventer 21.06.19
             
21 C  Campher Ire 50* Eng Southampton 30.07.20 
    Ire 68 Eng Southmapton 01.08.20

C Campher and Simi Singh added 60 runs for the seventh wicket in this game to provide the 14th occasion of Ireland batmen posting fifty plus runs partnership for the seventh wicket in one day games. It also provides the third such occasion against England.

JJ Roy was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 108th occasion of an England opening batsman dismssied for a duck in one day games. It also provides the third occasion of an England batsman dismissed for a duck against Ireland. 

JJ Roy collected his second duck against Ireland in this game. Prior to this, he was dismissed for a duck against Ireland at Bristol on 05.05.17.

JJ Roy collected his eighth duck in one day games. He now occupies the second place in the list of England opening batsmen who have scored most ducks in one day games. ME Trescothick with 13 ducks to his credit occupies the first place. JJ Roy went past AN Cook who has scored seven ducks to occupy the second place.

GJ Delany of Ireland and JJ Roy of England scored duck in this game to provide the 128th occasion of rivel opening batsmn scoring ducks in one day games.

JM Bairstow scored 82 in this game to provide the 367th occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a fifty in one day games. His knock provides the sixth occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a fifty against Ireland in one day games.

JM Bairstow scored 82 in this game to provide the 31st occasion of an England wicket keeper opening batsman scoring a fifty in one day games. His knock provides the first occasion of an England wicket keeper opening batsman scoring a fifty against Ireland in one day games.

JM Bairstow scored 82 in this game to provide the 83rd occasion of an England wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in one day games. His knock provides the second occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a fifty against Ireland in one day games. JM Bairstow’s 82 represent the highest individual score by an England opening batsman against England in one day games. The previous best was 61 not out by BT Foakes at Dublin-M on 03.05.20

EJG Morgan scored duck in this game to provide the 58th occasion of an England captain scoring a duck in one day games. It also provides the second occasion of an England captain scoring a duck in a one day game against Ireland.

It is interesting to note that on both the occasions, it was EJG Morgan who collected the ducks. The first occasion wss at Dublin-M at on 03.05.19. Second occasion was at Southampton on 01.08.20

JJ Roy scored zero and JM Bairstow scored 82 in this game to provide the 14th occasion of England opening batsman scoring a zero and a fifty in an innings in one day internationals. All scuh occasions are tabulated below

No No Player Runs I Opp Ground Start Date
1 1 DW Randall 0 1 Win Brisbane 23 Dec 1979
  2 G Boycott 68 1 Win Brisbane 23 Dec 1979
               
2 1 BC Broad 106 1 NZl Napier 16 Mar 1988
  2 CWJ Athey 0 1 NZl Napier 16 Mar 1988
               
3 1 GA Gooch 0 2 Win Birmingham 23 May 1991
  2 MAAtherton 69* 2 Win Birmingham 23 May 1991
               
4 1 MAAtherton 0 2 Ind Manchester 26 May 1996
  2 AD Brown 118 2 Ind Manchester 26 May 1996
               
5 1 NV Knight 74 2 RSA Birmingham 18 Aug 1998
  2 AD Brown 0 2 RSA Birmingham 18 Aug 1998
               
6 1 METrescothick 121 2 Ind Kolkata 19 Jan 2002
  2 NV Knight 0 2 Ind Kolkata 19 Jan 2002
               
7 1 METrescothick 95 1 Ind Mumbai 03 Feb 2002
  2 NV Knight 0 1 Ind Mumbai 03 Feb 2002
               
8 1 METrescothick 0 1 Ind Col-RPS 22 Sep 2002
  2 NV Knight 50 1 Ind Col-RPS 22 Sep 2002
               
9 1 METrescothick 0 2 RSA Lord’s 12 Jul 2003
  2 VS Solanki 50 2 RSA Lord’s 12 Jul 2003
               
10 1 RS Bopara 0 1 Ire Belfast 27 Aug 2009
  2 JL Denly 67 1 Ire Belfast 27 Aug 2009
               
11 1 AJ Strauss 154 1 Ban Birmingham 12 Jul 2010
  2 C Kieswetter 0 1 Ban Birmingham 12 Jul 2010
               
12 1 AN Cook 0 1 Win Southampton 16 Jun 2012
  2 IR Bell 126 1 Win Southampton 16 Jun 2012
               
13 1 AN Cook 0 1 NZl Nottingham 05 Jun 2013
  2 IR Bell 82 1 NZl Nottingham 05 Jun 2013
               
14 1 JJ Roy 0 2 Ire Southampton 01 Aug 2020
  2 JM Bairstow 82 2 Ire Southampton 01 Aug 2020

JJ Roy scored zero and JM Bairstow scored 82 in this game to provide the second occasion of England opening batsman scoring a zero and a fifty in an innings against Ireland in one day internationals. Both such occasions are tabulated below

No No Player Runs I Opp Ground Start Date
1 1 RS Bopara 0 1 Ire Belfast 27 Aug 2009
  2 JL Denly 67 1 Ire Belfast 27 Aug 2009
               
2 1 JJ Roy 0 2 Ire Southampton 01 Aug 2020
  2 JM Bairstow 82 2 Ire Southampton 01 Aug 2020

JJ Roy,  EJG Morgan and MM Ali scored ducks in England’s innings to provide the 37th occasion of three or more England batsmen scoring ducks in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the first such occasion by England batsmen against Ireland in one day internationals.

England carved its 377th win in one day internationals when it won the game by four wickets. This win also represent England’s 190th win when it had lost the toss.

C Campher of Ireland joins the select band of batsmen who have scored two or more consecutive fifties from their one day debut

C Campher of Ireland joins the select band of batsmen who have scored two or more consecutive fifties from their one day debut

C Campher of Ireland scored 59* vs England at Southampton on 30.07.20 and 68 vs England at Southmapton on 01.08.20 in two consecutive  games to provide the 21st occasion of a batsman scoring two or more consecutive fifties since their one day debut in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Team Score Opp Ground Date
1 JH Edrich Eng 82 Aus Melbourne 05.01.71 
    Eng 90 Ind Leeds 13.07.74
             
2 IM Chappell Aus 60 Eng Melbourne 05.01.71 
    Aus 53 Eng Manchester 24.05.72
             
3 Rameez Raja Pak 75 NZl Christchurch 06.02.85 
    Pak 59 NZl Auckland 16.02.85
             
4 NS Sidhu Ind 73 Aus Chennai 09.10.87 
    Ind 75 NZl Mumbai 14.10.87
             
5 PV Simmons Win 50 Pak Lahore 16.10.87 
    Win 89 Srl Kanpur 21.10.87
             
6 MH Dekker Zim 79 NZl Bulawayo 31.10.82 
    Zim 55 NZl Harare 08.11.82
             
7 Mohd Yousuf Pak 59* Zim Harare 28.03.98 
    Pak 66 Zim Harare 29.03.98
             
8 Nasir Jamshed Pak 61 Zim Karachi 21.01.08 
    Pak 74 Zim Hyd-Pak 24.01.08
             
9 Khurram Manzoor Pak 50 Zim Sheikupura 02.02.08 
    Pak 69 Win Abu Dhabhi 12.11.08
             
10 DJ Hussey Aus 50 Win Basseterre 04.07.08 
    Aus 52 Win Basseterre 06.07.08
             
11 CRM Douglas Ber 69 Can King City NW 18.08.08 
    Ber 53 Win King City NW 20.08.08
             
12 TLW Cooper Net 80* Sco Rotterdam 15.06.10,
    Net 87 Sco Amstelveen 01.07.10 
    Net 67 Ken Voorburg 03.07.10
             
13 Raza-Ur-Rehman Can 70 Ken ICCA Dubai 11.03.13 
    Can 51 Ken ICCA Dubai 13.02.13
             
14 Sohaib Maqsood Pak 56 RSA Abu Dhabi 08.11.13 
    Pak 53 RSA Sharjah 11.11.13
             
15 Usman Ghani Afg 70 HKG K Lampur 01.05.14 
    Afg 55 UAE K Lampur 02.05.14
             
16 VV Morea PNG 54 HKG Townsville 08.11.14 
    PNG 65* HKG Townsvile 09.11.14
             
17 Afsar Zazai Afg 60 UAE ICCA Dubai 28.11.14 
    Afg 51 UAE ICCA Dubai         30.11.14
             
18  MA  Jones Sco 87 Ire ICCA Dubai 16.01.18 
    Sco 74 Ire ICCA Dubai 18.01.18
             
19 He Van der dussen           RSA 93 Pak P Elizabeth 19.01.19 
    RSA 80* Pak Durban 22.01.19
             
20 MP O’Dowd Nam 86* Zim Deventer 19.06.19 
    Nam 59 Zim Deventer 21.06.19
             
21 C  Campher Ire 59* Eng Southampton 30.07.20 
    Ire 68 Eng Southmapton 01.08.20
Highlights of the first one day international between England and Ireland

Highlights of the first one day international between England and Ireland

England won the toss and fielded first in this game to provide the 206th occasion of England doing so in one day games. It also provides the 104th occasion of England doing so in one day games on home soil.

England won the toss and fielded first in this game to provide the fouth occasion of England doing so in one day games against Ireland. It also provides the first occasion of England doing so in one day games on home soil against Ireland.

DJ Willey captured five for 30 in this game to provide the 36th occasion of an England bowler capturing five or more wickets in an innings in one day games. It also provides the 16th occasion of an England bowler capturing five or more wickets in an innings in one day games at home

DJ Willey captured five for 30 in this game to provide the 33rd occasion of an England bowler capturing exact five wickets in an innings in one day games. It also provides the 15th occasion of an England bowler capturing exact five wickets in an innings in one day games at home

DJ Willey captured five for 30 in this game to provide the first occasion of an England left arm pace bowler capturing exact five wickets in an innings in one day games. It also provides the first occasion of an England left arm pace bowler capturing exact five wickets in an innings in one day games at home

DJ Willey captured five for 30 in this game to provide the third occasion of an England left arm bowler capturing exact five wickets in an innings in one day games. It also provides the second occasion of an England left arm bowler capturing exact five wickets in an innings in one day games at home

DJ Willey captured five for 30 in this game to provide the fourth occasion of an left arm bowler capturing five or more wickets in an innings and also exact five wickets in an innings in one day games. The following table lists the four occasions

No Player W R Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 Yuvraj Singh 5-31 31 Ind Ire Bengaluru 06 Mar 2011
2 Imad Wasim 5-14 14 Pak Ire Dublin-M 18 Aug 2016
3 MJ Santner 5-50 50 NZl Ire Dublin-M 14 May 2017
4 DJ Willey 5-30 30 Eng Ire Southampton 30 Jul 2020

DJ Willey captured five for 30 in this game to provide the 14th occasion of a bowler capturing five or more wickets in an innings in one day games against Ireland. The following table lists all such occasions

No Player W-R I Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 Farhad Reza 5-42 2 Ban Ire Dhaka 20 Mar 2008
2 JR Hopes 5-14 2 Aus Ire Dublin 17 Jun 2010
3 EC Rainsford 5-36 1 Zim Ire Harare 30 Sep 2010
4 Yuvraj Singh 5-31 1 Ind Ire Bengaluru 06 Mar 2011
5 RM Haq 5-54 1 Sco Ire Dublin-M 12 Sep 2014
6 MD Shanaka 5-43 2 Srl Ire Dublin-M 16 Jun 2016
7 Imad Wasim 5-14 2 Pak Ire Dublin-M 18 Aug 2016
8 Zahoor Khan 6-34 1 UAE Ire ICCA Dubai 02 Mar 2017
9 Rashid Khan 6-43 2 Afg Ire G Noida 17 Mar 2017
10 AU Rashid 5-27 1 Eng Ire Bristol 05 May 2017
11 MJ Santner 5-59 2 NZl Ire Dublin-M 14 May 2017
12 Abu Jayed 5-58 1 Ban Ire Dublin 15 May 2019
13 Gulbadin Naib 6-43 2 Afg Ire Belfast 21 May 2019
14 DJ Willey 5-30 1 Eng Ire Southampton 30 Jul 2020

DJ Willey captured five for 30 in this game to provide the eleventh occasion of a bowler capturing exact five wickets in an innings in one day games against Ireland. The following table lists all such occasions

No Player W-R I Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 Farhad Reza 5-42 2 Ban Ire Dhaka 20 Mar 2008
2 JR Hopes 5-14 2 Aus Ire Dublin 17 Jun 2010
3 EC Rainsford 5-36 1 Zim Ire Harare 30 Sep 2010
4 Yuvraj Singh 5-31 1 Ind Ire Bengaluru 06 Mar 2011
5 RM Haq 5-54 1 Sco Ire Dublin-M 12 Sep 2014
6 MD Shanaka 5-43 2 Srl Ire Dublin-M 16 Jun 2016
7 Imad Wasim 5-14 2 Pak Ire Dublin-M 18 Aug 2016
8 AU Rashid 5-27 1 Eng Ire Bristol 05 May 2017
9 MJ Santner 5-59 2 NZl Ire Dublin-M 14 May 2017
10 Abu Jayed 5-58 1 Ban Ire Dublin 15 May 2019
11 DJ Willey 5-30 1 Eng Ire Southampton 30 Jul 2020

DJ Willey captured five for 30 in this game to provide the second occasion of an England bowler capturing exact five wickets in an innings in one day games against Ireland. AU Rashid had captured five for 27 at Bristol on 05.05.17.  The following table lists both such occasions

No Player W-R I Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 AU Rashid 5-27 1 Eng Ire Bristol 05 May 2017
2 DJ Willey 5-30 1 Eng Ire Southampton 30 Jul 2020

DJ Willey’s 5 for 30 in this game represent his first five wicket haul and also his best bowling effort in one day games. It was an improvement over his previous best figures of four for 34 against Sri Lanka at Cardiff on 02.07.16

DJ Willey’s 5 for 30 in this game represent his third four wicket haul in one day games. All the three occasions are tabulated below

No W-R I Opp Ground Start Date
1 5-30 1 Ire Southampton 30 Jul 2020
2 4-34 2 Srl Cardiff 02 Jul 2016
3 4-43 1 Aus Ch-le-St 21 Jun 2018

HT Tector was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 224th occasion of a batsman dismissed for a duck on his one day debut in the history of one day internationals. He also became the 24th batsman to be dismissed for a duck on one day debut against England.

He also became the third Ireland batsman to be dismissed for a duck against England on one day debut. Others are DJ Joyce and PG Gillepsie at Belfast on 13.06.06. He also became the seventh Ireland batsman to be dismissed for a duck on one day debut.

LJ Tucker was dismissed for a first ball duck in this game to provide the 168th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman to collect the first ball duck in the history of one day game. He also became the second Ireland wicket keeper batsman to collect the first ball duck. His dismissal provides the third such occasion by an Ireland wicket keeper batsman. NJ Obrien has been dismissed twice for a first ball duck on two occasions – against Australia at Bridgetown on 13.04.07 and against Zimbabwe at Harare on 26.09.10

LJ Tucker was dismissed for a first ball duck in this game to provide the 14th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman to collect the first ball duck in the history of one day game against England. He also became the first Ireland wicket keeper to suffer such an ignominy against England.

C Campher scored 59 not out in this game to provide the 130th occasion of a batsman scoring a fifty on his one day international debut. It also provides the 115th occasion of a batsman scoring a half century on his one day international debut

C Campher scored 59 not out in this game to provide the eleventh occasion of a batsman scoring a fifty on his one day international debut against England. It also provides the eleventh occasion of a batsman scoring a half century on his one day international debut England.

C Campher scored 59 not out in this game to provide the second occasion of a batsman scoring a fifty on his one day international debut against England It also provides the second occasion of an Ireland batsman scoring a half century on his one day international debut against England

AC Botha is the other Ireland batsman to score a fifty against England on his one day international debut. He had scored 52 at Belfast on 13.06.06. He is also the other Ireland batsman to score a half century against England on his one day international debut.

AC Botha, EJG Morgan and C Campher are the three Ireland batsmen to score a fifty on their one day international debut

No Player Runs I Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 AC Botha 52 2 Ire Eng Belfast 13 Jun 2006
2 EJG Morgan 99 1 Ire Sco Ayr 05 Aug 2006
3 C Campher 59* 1 Ire Eng Southampton 30 Jul 2020

C Campher’s 59 not out in this game provide the 170th occasion of an Ireland batsman scoring a fifty in one day games. It also provides the sixth occasion of an Ireland batsman scoring a fifty in one day internationals against England.

C Campher’s 59 not out in this game provide the 134th occasion of an Ireland batsman scoring a half century in one day games. It also provides the fourth occasion of an Ireland batsman scoring a half century in one day internationals against England.

HT Tector, LJ Tucker and Simi Singh scored zeroes in Ireland’s innings in this game to provide the 37th occasion of three or more batsmen scoring ducks in an innings against England in one day internationals. It also provides the tenth such occasion by Ireland batsmen in one day internationals and the first such occasion by Ireland batsmen against England in one day internationals.

Simi Singh was dismissed run out for a duck in this game to provide the ninth occasion of an Ireland  batsman dismissed run out without scoring in one day internationals, He became the first Ireland batsman to suffer such an ignominy against England in one day internationals.

Simi Singh was dismissed run out for a duck in this game to provide the 50th occasion of a batsman dismissed run out without scoring in one day internationals against England.

Ireland lost its five wickets for 28 runs in its innings to provide the seventh occasion of a team losing its half the side for exact 28 runs in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

No FoW I Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 5/28 1 Pak Aus Melbourne 02 Feb 2000
2 5/28 2 Nam Aus Potchefstroom 27 Feb 2003
3 5/28 2 NZl Aus Auckland 03 Dec 2005
4 5/28 1 Ken Net Potchefstroom 19 Apr 2009
5 5/28 1 Aus Srl Brisbane 18 Jan 2013
6 5/28 2 Srl Pak Karachi 30 Sep 2019
7 5/28 1 Ire Eng Southampton 30 Jul 2020

Ireland lost its five wickets for 28 runs in its innings to provide the first occasion of a Ireland losing its half the side for exact 28 runs in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the first occasion of a team losing its half the side for exact 28 runs in the history of one day internationals against England.

SW Biillings scored 67 not out in this game to provide the 17th occasion of an England batsman scoring a fifty against Ireland in one day internationals. It also provides the 14th occasion of an England batsman scoring a half century against Ireland in one day internationals.

England carved its 376th win in one day games when it won this game by six wickets. It also represents its ninth win against Ireland.

Three occasions of a bowler capturing four wickets in four balls in international cricket

Three occasions of a bowler capturing four wickets in four balls in international cricket

Cricket is often considered a batsman’s game, as the rules favor them more than the bowlers. But we have still witnessed some great bowling performances throughout the history of the sport; bowlers have created a name for themselves with their heroics on the field.

Some players inscribe their name in history by achieving records that stand for years to come. A hat-trick is one such rare feat in cricket, which every bowler hopes to achieve at least once in their international cricket career.

Taking 3 wickets off 3 consecutive balls is no easy task as it has happened only 100 times over 130 years – 48 times in ODIs, 44 times in Tests and 8 times in T20Is.

Of those already rare instances, some bowlers went an even rarer step further by picking 4 wickets off 4 consecutive deliveries. Here is a look at those three instances:

Lasith Malinga vs South Africa, 2007

Lasith Malinga during the 2007 World Cup game against South AfricaLasith Malinga during the 2007 World Cup game against South Africa

Known for his unique bowling action and deadly yorkers, Lasith Malinga became the first person in cricket history to achieve this rare feat.

In the 2007 World Cup Super-8 game, Sri Lanka posted a below-average total of 209 runs on the board against South Africa. The Proteas were well on course to achieving the target until 44th over, with Jacques Kallis being the backbone of the chase.

Malinga then bowled a memorable spell which pushed the Proteas into a state of turmoil. He dismissed Shaun Pollock and Andrew Hall off the final 2 deliveries of the 45th over, and then returned to dismiss the dangerous Kallis and Makaya Nitini in the first 2 deliveries of the 47th over, thus picking 4 wickets off 4 deliveries.

Despite Malinga’s heroics, South Africa edged past Sri Lanka to win the match by one wicket. Malinga finished with figures of 9.2-0-54-4.

Rashid Khan vs Ireland, 2019

Rashid Khan is undoubtedly one of the best T20 players in the world. He has been in tremendous form lately, with some mind-blowing performances across the globe.

Earlier this year, the cricketing world witnessed one such performance that proved yet again why he was the best when it came to T20 cricket.

In the 3rd T20I against Ireland, Afghanistan were asked to bat first. The Afghans posted a humongous score of 210 in 20 overs with the help of Mohammed Nabi’s blistering 81, which came in 36 balls.

In response, Ireland started on the right note as Kevin O’Brien and Andrew Balbirnie added 96 runs for the second wicket. But Rashid then spun a web across the Ireland batsmen, which completely derailed the chase.

He removed the well-settled O’Brien on the final ball of the 16th over, thus denting their confidence. In the next over, Rashid completely killed the contest by scalping George Dockrell, Shane Getkate and Simi Singh in 3 consecutive deliveries.

Rashid thus became the first bowler in T20I history and second across all international cricket to pick 4 wickets off 4 balls. Ireland could never recover in the chase as they ended up with a score of 178 in their 20 overs, thus losing by 32 runs.  Rashid ended with figures of 5/27 in his 4 overs.

Lasith Malinga vs New Zealand, 2019

Lasith Malinga has the most international hat-tricksLasith Malinga has the most international hat-tricks

In the series against New Zealand Lasith Malinga was being severely criticized for his fitness and performances, which weren’t up to the mark due to his age. But he shut everyone up with a single memorable spell.

In the 3rd T20I game the Lankans were asked to bat first, but their innings stumbled as Mitchell Santner and Todd Astle picked 3 wickets each. As a result, Sri Lanka ended up with a score of 125 runs in 20 overs.

Chasing 126, Black Caps had a horrendous start. Malinga removed Colin Munro, Hamish Rutherford, Colin de Grandhomme and Ross Taylor off 4 consecutive balls in the 3rd over to leave New Zealand in deep trouble.

Malinga thus became the only bowler in cricket history to take 4 wickets off 4 consecutive balls twice. The New Zealand batsmen could not recover from the heavy blows as they were dismissed for a paltry 88 runs in 16 overs.

Malinga’s figures read 5/6 in 4 overs, including a maiden. He thus proved that he still had it in him to deliver match-winning performances, irrespective of his age.

Article Courtesy – Sportskeeda

Batsmen who has partnered 3000 plus runs in one day internationals with two or more partners

Batsmen who has partnered 3000 plus runs in one day internationals with two or more partners

India’s SR Tendulkar is the only batsman in the history of one day internationals to partner 3500 plus with four  partners. He has partnered 8227 runs with SC Ganguly, 4387 runs with V Sehwag, 4117 runs with R Dravid and  3514 runs with Azharuddin. The following table has the details

No Batsman Partner Team Inns NO Runs High 100 50
1 Tendulkar SC Ganguly Ind 176 3 8227 258 26 29
2 Tendulkar V Sehwag Ind 114 2 4387 182 13 18
3 Tendulkar R Dravid Ind 98 5 4117 331 11 14
4 Tendulkar Azharuddin Ind 78 6 3514 175 8 19

RT Ponting and SR Tendulkar are the two batsmen in the history of one day internationals to partner 3000 plus with four  partners. The following table has the details

No Batsman Partner Team Inns NO Runs High 100 50
1 RT Ponting AC Gilchrist Aus 81 4 3607 225 8 20
2 RT Ponting RT Ponting Aus 73 6 3514 219 10 15
3 RT Ponting ME Waugh Aus 65 3 3033 219 6 18
4 RT Ponting DR Martyn Aus 62 4 3015 234* 8 14
                   
1 Tendulkar SC Ganguly Ind 176 3 8227 258 26 29
2 Tendulkar V Sehwag Ind 114 2 4387 182 13 18
3 Tendulkar R Dravid Ind 98 5 4117 331 11 14
4 Tendulkar Azharuddin Ind 78 6 3514 175 8 19

one day internationals has witnessed 12 batsmen who has partnered 3000 plus with two or more partners. The following table has the details

No Batsman Partner Team Inns NO Runs High 100 50
1 AC Gilchrist ML Hayden Aus 117 3 5409 172 16 29
2 AC Gilchrist ME Waugh Aus 97 1 3992 206 8 20
3 AC Gilchrist RT Ponting Aus 81 4 3607 225 8 20
                   
1 V Kohli V Kohli Ind 80 5 4878 246 18 15
2 RG Sharma S Dhawan Ind 109 1 4847 210 16 14
                   
1 R Dravid SC Ganguly Ind 88 1 4363 318 11 18
2 R Dravid Tendulkar Ind 98 5 4117 331 11 14
                   
1 S Dhawan RG Sharma Ind 109 1 4847 210 16 14
2 S Dhawan V Kolhli Ind 52 3 3066 212 9 16
                   
1 Williamson LR Taylor NZl 69 3 3812 206 14 16
2 Williamson MJ Guptil NZl 69 2 3055 163 7 18
                   
1 HH Gibbs GC Smith RSA 84 1 3607 187 11 15
3 HH Gibbs JH Kallis RSA 69 4 3166 179 9 12
                   
1 HM Amla Q de Kock RSA 95 3 4300 282* 11 15
2 HM Amla de Villiers RSA 45 2 3111 238 12 8
                   
1 Sangakkara Mahela J’ne Srl 151 7 5992 179 15 32
2 Sangakkara TM Dilsham Srl 108 6 5475 210* 20 19
                   
1 Jayasuriya Attapattu Srl 144 5 5462 237 14 26
2 Jayasuriya K’witharna Srl 112 2 3352 129 6 19
                   
1 Mahela J’ne Sangakkara Srl 151 7 5992 179 15 32
2 Mahela J’ne Attapattu Srl 83 6 3430 226 4 22
                   
1 TM Dilshan Sangakkara Srl 108 6 5475 210* 20 19
2 TM Dilshan Tharanga Srl 77 1 3367 282 9 14
                   
1 DL Haynes   Greenidge Win 103 4 5206 192* 15 25
2 DL Haynes Richardson Win 103 6 3908 167 9 21
Pair of batsmen who have partnered 3000 plus runs in one day internationals

Pair of batsmen who have partnered 3000 plus runs in one day internationals

One day Internationals has witnessed  40 pairs of batsmen who have partnered 3000  plus runs. All such occasions are furnished below.

No Partners Team Inns NO Runs High 100 50
1 SC Ganguly, Tendulkar Ind 176 3 8227 258 26 29
2 M Jayawardene, Sangakkara Srl 151 7 5992 179 15 32
3 TM Dilshan, Sangakkara Srl 108 6 5475 210* 20 19
4 MS Atapattu, Jayasuriya Srl 144 5 5462 237 14 26
5 AC Gilchrist, ML Hayden Aus 117 3 5409 172 16 29
6 CG Greenidge, DL Haynes Win 103 4 5206 192* 15 25
7 V Kohli, RG Sharma Ind 80 5 4878 246 18 15
8 S Dhawan, RG Sharma Ind 109 1 4847 210 16 14
9 V Sehwag, Tendulkar Ind 114 2 4387 182 13 18
10 R Dravid, SC Ganguly Ind 88 1 4363 318 11 18
11 HM Amla, Q de Kock RSA 95 3 4300 282* 11 15
12 R Dravid, Tendulkar Ind 98 5 4117 331 11 14
13 Inz-ul-Haq, Mohd Yousuf Pak 99 7 4082 162 8 22
14 AC Gilchrist, ME Waugh Aus 97 1 3992 206 8 20
15 A Flower, GW Flower Zim 88 4 3942 161 12 17
16 DL Haynes, RB Richardson Win 103 6 3908 167 9 21
17 NJ Astle, SP Fleming NZl 118 3 3814 193 9 17
18 LRPL Taylor, KS Williamson NZl 69 3 3812 206 14 16
19 DC Boon, GR Marsh Aus 96 1 3807 212 8 26
20 PA de Silva, A Ranatunga Srl 105 3 3802 153 8 18
21 HH Gibbs, GC Smith RSA 84 1 3607 187 11 15
22 AC Gilchrist, RT Ponting Aus 81 4 3607 225 8 20
23 MS Dhoni, SK Raina Ind 73 10 3585 196* 9 18
24 Aamer Sohail, Saeed Anwar Pak 86 2 3517 173 5 23
25 M Azharuddin, Tendulkar Ind 78 6 3514 175 8 19
26 ML Hayden, RT Ponting Aus 73 6 3514 219 10 15
27 MS Atapattu, M Jayawardene Srl 83 6 3430 226 4 22
28 TM Dilshan, WU Tharanga Srl 77 1 3367 282 9 14
29 Jayasuriya, Kaluwitharana Srl 112 2 3352 129 6 19
30 AJ Finch, DA Warner Aus 65 1 3297 258* 10 14
31 HH Gibbs, JH Kallis RSA 69 4 3166 179 9 12
32 EJG Morgan, JE Root Eng 74 5 3120 198 12 8
33 HM Amla, AB de Villiers RSA 45 2 3111 238 12 8
34 MS Dhoni, Yuvraj Singh Ind 67 7 3105 256 10 13
35 Mush Rahim, S Al Hasan Ban 84 5 3094 148 6 19
36 S Dhawan, V Kohli Ind 52 3 3066 212 9 16
37 MG Bevan, Waugh Aus 69 5 3060 222 5 18
38 MJ Guptill, KS Williamson NZl 69 2 3055 163 7 18
39 RT Ponting, ME Waugh Aus 65 3 3033 219 6 18
40 DR Martyn, RT Ponting Aus 62 4 3015 234* 8 14

The following table furnishes the team wise breakup of partners.

No Partners Team Inns NO Runs High 100 50
1 AC Gilchrist, ML Hayden Aus 117 3 5409 172 16 29
2 AC Gilchrist, ME Waugh Aus 97 1 3992 206 8 20
3 DC Boon, GR Marsh Aus 96 1 3807 212 8 26
4 AC Gilchrist, RT Ponting Aus 81 4 3607 225 8 20
5 ML Hayden, RT Ponting Aus 73 6 3514 219 10 15
6 AJ Finch, DA Warner Aus 65 1 3297 258* 10 14
7 MG Bevan, Waugh Aus 69 5 3060 222 5 18
8 RT Ponting, ME Waugh Aus 65 3 3033 219 6 18
9 DR Martyn, RT Ponting Aus 62 4 3015 234* 8 14
                 
1 Mush Rahim, S Al Hasan Ban 84 5 3094 148 6 19
                 
1 EJG Morgan, JE Root Eng 74 5 3120 198 12 8
                 
1 SC Ganguly, Tendulkar Ind 176 3 8227 258 26 29
2 V Kohli, RG Sharma Ind 80 5 4878 246 18 15
3 S Dhawan, RG Sharma Ind 109 1 4847 210 16 14
4 V Sehwag, Tendulkar Ind 114 2 4387 182 13 18
5 R Dravid, SC Ganguly Ind 88 1 4363 318 11 18
6 R Dravid, Tendulkar Ind 98 5 4117 331 11 14
7 MS Dhoni, SK Raina Ind 73 10 3585 196* 9 18
8 M Azharuddin, Tendulkar Ind 78 6 3514 175 8 19
9 MS Dhoni, Yuvraj Singh Ind 67 7 3105 256 10 13
10 S Dhawan, V Kohli Ind 52 3 3066 212 9 16
                 
1 NJ Astle, SP Fleming NZl 118 3 3814 193 9 17
2 LRPL Taylor, KS Williamson NZl 69 3 3812 206 14 16
3 MJ Guptill, KS Williamson NZl 69 2 3055 163 7 18
                 
1 Inz-ul-Haq, Mohd Yousuf Pak 99 7 4082 162 8 22
2 Aamer Sohail, Saeed Anwar Pak 86 2 3517 173 5 23
                 
1 HM Amla, Q de Kock RSA 95 3 4300 282* 11 15
2 HH Gibbs, GC Smith RSA 84 1 3607 187 11 15
3 HH Gibbs, JH Kallis RSA 69 4 3166 179 9 12
4 HM Amla, AB de Villiers RSA 45 2 3111 238 12 8
                 
1 M Jayawardene, Sangakkara Srl 151 7 5992 179 15 32
2 TM Dilshan, Sangakkara Srl 108 6 5475 210* 20 19
3 MS Atapattu, Jayasuriya Srl 144 5 5462 237 14 26
4 PA de Silva, A Ranatunga Srl 105 3 3802 153 8 18
5 MS Atapattu, M Jayawardene Srl 83 6 3430 226 4 22
6 TM Dilshan, WU Tharanga Srl 77 1 3367 282 9 14
7 Jayasuriya, Kaluwitharana Srl 112 2 3352 129 6 19
                 
1 CG Greenidge, DL Haynes Win 103 4 5206 192* 15 25
2 DL Haynes, RB Richardson Win 103 6 3908 167 9 21
                 
1 A Flower, GW Flower Zim 88 4 3942 161 12 17

The following  six pairs of batsmen have partnered 5000 plus runs in One day internationals. SC Ganguly-SR Tendulkar pair  has partnered a world record of 8227 runs  in one  day internationals and  remain the only pair to partner 8000 plus runs.

No Partners Team Inns NO Runs High 100 50
1 SC Ganguly, Tendulkar Ind 176 3 8227 258 26 29
2 M Jayawardene, Sangakkara Srl 151 7 5992 179 15 32
3 TM Dilshan, Sangakkara Srl 108 6 5475 210* 20 19
4 MS Atapattu, Jayasuriya Srl 144 5 5462 237 14 26
5 AC Gilchrist, ML Hayden Aus 117 3 5409 172 16 29
6 CG Greenidge, DL Haynes Win 103 4 5206 192* 15 25