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Stats highlights of the third one day between Australia and India at Canberra on 02 Dec 20

Stats highlights of the third one day between Australia and India at Canberra on 02 Dec 20

Australia capped C Green for this game. He became the 230th cricketer to represent Australia in One day games. He also became the 24th Australian cricketer to make his debut against India in one day games

India capped T Natarjan for this game. He became the 232nd cricketer to represent India in One day games. He also became the 26th Indian cricketer to make his debut against Australia in one day games

India opened the innings through S Dhawan and Shubhman Gill in this game. They became the 143rd opening pair for India in one day internationals. They also became the 33rd opening pair against Australia in one day internationals.

Shubnman Gill became the 18th batsman to open the innings with S Dhawan in one day internationals. He also became the ninth batsman to open the innings with S Dhawan in one day internationals against Australia.

V Kohli scored 63 in this game which represents his 10th half century against Australia in one day games. He became the third Indian batsman to score ten or more half centuries against Australia in one day games. Others are – SR Tendulkar {15} and MS Dhoni {11}

V Kohli’s 63 in this game fetched him an aggregate of 12040 runs in one day games. He has scored these runs in least number of one day games, innings and days from his one day debut. He wrested the record from SR Tendulkar.

PlayerOppGroundDateDebut
V KohliAusCanberra02.12.2018.08.08
PlayerOppTimeMatInns
V KohliAus12y 106d251242
     
PlayerOppGroundDateDebut
SR TendulkarPakCenturion01.03.0318.12.89
PlayerOppTimeMatInns
SR TendulkarPak13y 073d309300

V Kohli’s 12000 runs came in 12 years 106 days from his date of debut in 251 matches and 242 innings, while SR Tendulkar’s 12000 runs had come in 13 years 73 days from his date of debut in 309 matches and 300 innings.

HH Pandya-RA Jadeja added 150 runs in an unfinished partnership for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the 448th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games. It also provides the 25th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the sixth wicket in one day games

It also provides the 68th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Australia in one day games. It also provides the   third occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the sixth wicket. All the three occasions are listed below

NoPartnersWktRunsIGroundDate
1SRamesh/RRSingh61232Col-SSC28.08.99
2MSDhoni/HHPandya61181Chennai17.09.17
3RAJadeja/HHPandya6150*1Canberra02.12.20

HH Pandya-RA Jadeja added 150 runs in an unfinished partnership for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the record partnership for the sixth wicket by Indian batsmen in one day games against Australia. The previous best was 123 runs partnership between S Ramesh and RR Singh at Col-SSC on 28.08.99

HH Pandya-RA Jadeja added 150 runs in an unfinished partnership for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the 119th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a 150 plus runs partnerships in one day games. It also provides the third occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the sixth wicket in one day games.

HH Pandya-RA Jadeja added 150 runs in an unfinished partnership for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the 13th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a 150 plus runs partnerships in one day games against Australia. It also provides the first occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the sixth wicket in one day games against Australia

V Kohli’s progressive milestones in terms of 1000 runs from his date of one day debut 18.08.08 read thus –

The Position column showing the position in the list of batsmen achieving the milestone, runs being the exact runs scored at the end of the game, Time calculated from the date of his one debut to the date of achieving the milestone

RunsOppGroundDateTimeMatInnsPos
1015SrlHarare05.06.1001y 291d02702414
2037WinTrinidad08.06.1102y 294d05605321
3001SrlAdelaide14.02.1203y 180d07807512
4028EngRanchi19.06.1304y 154d09609304
5005WinKochi21.11.1305y 095d12011403
6003SrlHyd-RGS09.11.1406y 083d14413602
7098AusMelbourne17.01.1607y 152d16916102
8008BanBirmingham15.06.1708y 301d18317501
9030NZlKanpur29.10.1709y 072d20219401
10076WinVizag24.10.1810y 067d21320501
11020PakManchester16.06.1910y 302d23022201
12040AusCanberra02.12.2012y 106d25124201

It is interesting to note that V Kohli has completed 8000, 9000, 10000, 11000 and 12000 runs in least number of days, one day games and innings

HH Pandya scored 92 not out in this game to provide the 100th occasion of Indian batsman scoring a ninety in one day games. It also provides the 15th occasion of Indian batsman scoring a ninety in one day games

HH Pandya’s 92 not out in this game provide his second score of ninety against Australia. Prior to this, he had scored 90 against Australia at Sydney on 27.11.20. He became the sixth Indian batsman to score ninety on two occasions against Australia. Others are – M Azharuddin, S Dhawan, V Kohli, RG Sharma and SR Tendulkar.

HH Pandya {92 not out} and RA Jadeja {66 not out} scored fifties in this game to provide the 197th and 198th occasion of Indian batsmen scoring fifties in one day games against Australia.

RA Jadeja {66 not out} scored fifty in this game to provide the 51st occasion of Indian batsmen scoring fifty batting at number seven in one day games. It also provides the ninth occasion of Indian batsmen scoring fifty batting at number seven in one day games against Australia.

India posted a team total of 302 for 5 in this game to provide the 117th occasion of India posting a team total of 300 plus runs in one day games. It also provides the 21st occasion of India posting a team total of 300 plus runs in one day games against Australia.

India posted team totals of 300 plus runs in all the three matches of this series to provide the 22nd occasion of a team posting 300 plus runs in three matches of a bilateral series. It also provides the fifth occasion of India performing such a feat.

It also provides the third occasion of a team performing such a feat against Australia. It also provides the first occasion of India performing such a feat against Australia.

SA Abbot returned with figures of 1 for 84 in this game to provide the 19th occasion of an Australian bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in one day games. It also provides the seventh occasion of an Australian bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in one day games against India.

SA Abbot became the third Australian bowler to concede 80 plus runs on home soil. It is interesting to note that all these three bowlers have conceded 80 plus runs against India at home

NoPlayerW-RIOppGroundDate
1B Lee1-831IndBrisbane18.01.04
2MA Starc0-822IndSydney29.11.20
3SA Abbott1-841IndCanberra02.12.20

SA Abbot became the most expensive Australian bowler in terms of runs conceded on home soil. This dubious record was held by B Lee when he had conceded 83 runs at Brisbane on 18.01.04

Australia opened the innings through AJ Finch and M Labuschagne in this game. They became the 147th opening pair for Australia in one day internationals. They also became the 44th opening pair against India in one day internationals.

AJ Finch scored 75 in this game to provide the 240th occasion of an Australian captain scoring a fifty in one day games. It also provides the 39th occasion of an Australian captain scoring a fifty in one day games against India.

AJ Finch scored 75 in this game to provide the 43rd occasion of an Australian captain opener scoring a fifty in one day games. It also provides the tenth occasion of an Australian captain opener scoring a fifty in one day games against India.

AJ Finch scored 75 in this game to provide the 529th occasion of an Australian opening batsman scoring a fifty in one day games. It also provides the 94th occasion of an Australian opening batsman scoring a fifty in one day games against India.

AJ Finch scored 75 in this game to provide the 18th occasion his scoring a fifty as an Australian captain opener in one day games. He now holds the record for most fifties by an Australian captain opener in one day games. MA Taylor has scored 16 fifties as an Australian captain opener.

V Kohli scored 63 for India and AJ Finch scored 75 for Australia in this game to provide the 168th occasion of rival captains scoring fifties in the same match in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the tenth such occasion in Australia-India one day series.

T Natarajan of India returned with figures of 2 for 70 in this game to provide the 34th occasion of a bowler conceding 70 plus runs on his one day debut in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the third occasion of a bowler conceding 70 plus runs on debut in one day internationals against Australia.

T Natarajan of India returned with figures of 2 for 70 in this game to provide the fourth occasion of an Indian bowler conceding 70 plus runs on his one day debut in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the second occasion of a bowler conceding 70 plus runs on debut in one day internationals against Australia.

Australia was dismissed all out for 289 in this game to provide the 204th occasion of Australia dismissed all out in an innings in one day games. It also provides the 32th occasion of Australia dismissed all out in one day games against India.

Australia was dismissed all out for 289 in this game to provide the 115th occasion of Australia dismissed all out in an innings in one day games when it has batted second. It also provides the 21st occasion of Australia dismissed all out in one day games against India when it has batted second.

India won this game by 13 runs to post its 514th win in one day games and also its 53rd win against Australia. Australia lost its 333rd one day game and also suffered its 53rd loss against India

Stats highlights of second one day between Australia and India at Sydney on 29 Nov 2020

Stats highlights of second one day between Australia and India at Sydney on 29 Nov 2020

Australia won the toss and elected to bat first in this game to provide the 56th occasion of Australia doing so against India in Australia-India one day series.

AJ Finch-DA Warner added 142 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 395th occasion of Australia posting a three figure partnership in one day games. It also provides the 95th occasion of Australia posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in one day games.

AJ Finch-DA Warner added 142 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 67th occasion of Australia posting a three figure partnership in one day games against India. It also provides the 22nd occasion of Australia posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in one day games against India.

DA Warner {83} and AJ Finch {60} scored fifties in this game to provide the 74th occasion of both the Australian openers scoring fifties in the same innings in one day games. It also provides the 16th occasion of both the Australian openers scoring fifties in the same innings in one day games against India.

DA Warner {83}, AJ Finch {60} and SPD Smith {104} scored fifties in this game to provide the 101st occasion of first three batsmen scoring fifties in the same innings in one day games. It also provides the eighth occasion of first three batsmen scoring fifties in the same innings in one day games against India.

DA Warner {83}, AJ Finch {60} and SPD Smith {104} scored fifties in this game to provide the 14th occasion of first three Australian batsmen scoring fifties in the same innings in one day games. It also provides the fourth occasion of first three Australian batsmen scoring fifties in the same innings in one day games against India.

DA Warner was dismissed run out for 83 in this game to provide the 111th occasion of an Australian batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in one day games. It also provides the 12th occasion of an Australian batman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in one day games against India

DA Warner was dismissed run out for 83 in this game to provide the 39th occasion of an Australian opening batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in one day games. It also provides the seventh occasion of an Australian opening batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in one day games against India

SPD Smith-M Labuschagne added 136 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 396th occasion of Australia posting a three figure partnership in one day games. It also provides the 77th occasion of Australia posting a three figure partnership for the third wicket in one day games.

SPD Smith-M Labuschagne added 136 runs for the third wicket this game to provide the 68th occasion of Australia posting a three figure partnership in one day games against India. It also provides the 12th occasion of Australia posting a three figure partnership for the third wicket in one day games against India.

DA Warner {83}, AJ Finch {60}, SPD Smith {104} and M Labuschagne {70} scored fifties in this game to provide the 17th occasion of first four batsmen scoring fifties in the same innings in one day games. It also provides the third occasion of first four batsmen scoring fifties in the same innings in one day games against India.

DA Warner {83}, AJ Finch {60} and SPD Smith {104} and M Labuschagne {70} scored fifties in this game to provide the fourth occasion of first four Australian batsmen scoring fifties in the same innings in one day games. It also provides the second occasion of first four Australian batsmen scoring fifties in the same innings in one day games against India.

DA Warner {83}, AJ Finch {60}, SPD Smith {104}, M Labuschagne {70} and GJ Maxwell {63 not out} scored fifties in this game to provide the second occasion of first five batsmen scoring fifties in the same innings in one day games.

It is interesting to note that both these occasions are by Australian batsmen and the opposition on both these occasions is India. The other occasion was in the game between Australia and India at Jaipur on 16.10.13. The first five Australian batsmen who scored fifties are – AJ Finch {50}, PJ Hughes {83}, SR Watson {59}, GJ Bailey {92 not out} and GJ Maxwell {53}. AJ Finch and GJ Maxwell appeared in both these games.

Mohd Shami  {1 for 73}, JJ Bumrah {1 for 79}, NA Saini {0 for 70} and YS Chahal {0 for 71} conceded 70 plus runs in this game to provide the tenth occasion of four bowlers conceding 70 plus runs in an innings in the annals of one day internationals. It also provides the third such occasion against Australia in one day internationals.

Mohd Shami  {1 for 73}, JJ Bumrah {1 for 79}, NA Saini {0 for 70} and YS Chahal {0 for 71} conceded 70 plus runs in this game to provide the second occasion of four Indian bowlers conceding 70 plus runs in an innings in the annals of one day internationals. It also provides the first such occasion by Indian bowlers against Australia in one day internationals.

Australia posted a team total of 389 for 4 in this game to provide the 22nd occasion of Australia posting a team total of 350 plus runs in an innings in one day games. It also provides the eighth occasion of Australia posting a team total of 350 plus runs in an innings in one day games against India

Australia posted a team total of 389 for 4 in this game to provide its highest team total against India in one day games. Its previous best was 374 for 6 in the first one day of this series at Sydney on 27 Nov 20.

SPD Smith scored consecutive centuries – 105 at Sydney on 27 Nov 20 and 104 at Sydney on 29 Nov 20 to provide the 125th occasion of a batsman scoring two or more consecutive centuries in the history of one day internationals. His consecutive centuries provide the 12th occasion of Australian batsman scoring             two consecutive centuries. The following table lists all the twelve occasions

NoPlayerCountryCsFrom
1Finch AJAustralia214/01/2018
2Finch  AJAustralia222/03/2019
3Hayden MLAustralia224/03/2007
4Jones DMAustralia201/01/1987
5Marsh GRAustralia213/03/1991
6Ponting RTAustralia228/01/2007
7Warner DAAustralia204/03/2012
8Warner DAAustralia206/12/2016
9Warner DAAustralia222/01/2017
10Watson SRAustralia202/10/2009
11Waugh MEAustralia223/02/1996
12Smith SPDAustralia227/11/2020

SPD Smith scored 105 in this game to post his eleventh century in one day games.

Australia posted 389 for 4 in this game to provide the 111th occasion of Australia posting a total of 300 plus runs in one day games. It also provides the 28th occasion of Australia posting a total of 300 plus runs in one day games against India

India posted 338 for 9 in this game to provide the 116th occasion of India posting a team total of 300 plus runs in an innings in one day games.  It also provides the 20th occasion of India posting a team total of 300 plus runs in an innings in one day games.  

Australia posted 389 for 4 and India posted 338 for 9 in this game to provide the 144th occasion of both the teams posting 300 plus runs in the same match.

India posted 388 for 9 in this game and lost the game by 51 runs to provide the 149th occasion of a team losing a game after posting 300 plus runs. It also provides the 24th occasion of a team losing a game after posting 300 plus runs against Australia.

India posted 338 for 9 in this game and lost the game by 51 runs to provide the 25th occasion of India losing a game after posting 300 plus runs. It also provides the ninth occasion of India losing a game after posting 300 plus runs against Australia.

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1910 runs against Australia prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. He needed 90 runs for his 2000 runs. He scored 21 in the first game and 89 in this game.  At the end of this game, his run aggregate against Australia read 2020. He became the third Indian batsman to total 2000 plus runs against Australia. Other are – SR Tendulkar {3077} and RG Sharma {2089}

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1910 runs against Australia prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. He needed 90 runs for his 2000 runs. He scored 21 in the first game and 89 in this game.  At the end of this game, his run aggregate against Australia read 2020. His feat became the 23rd occasion of a batsman totaling 2000 plus runs against a specific opposition

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1910 runs against Australia prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. He needed 90 runs for his 2000 runs. He scored 21 in the first game and 89 in this game.  At the end of this game, his run aggregate against Australia read 2020. He became the fifth batsman totaling 2000 plus runs against Australia. Others are – SR Tendulkar {3077}, DL Haynes {2262}, IVA Richards {2187} and RG Sharma {2089}

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1910 runs against Australia prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. He needed 90 runs for his 2000 runs. He scored 21 in the first game and 89 in this game.  At the end of this game, his run aggregate against Australia read 2020.  He has now scored 2000 plus runs against three oppositions. He had already scored 2000 plus runs against West Indies {2235} and against Sri Lanka {2220}

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1910 runs against Australia prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. He needed 90 runs for his 2000 runs. He scored 21 in the first game and 89 in this game.  At the end of this game, his run aggregate against Australia read 2020. He  became the second batsman  the annals of one day games to score 2000 plus runs against three or more oppositions after SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has scored 2000 plus runs against four oppositions,

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsHSAveCHC0Opp
1SR Tendulkar71701307717544.599152Aus
2SR Tendulkar69674252614140.095165Pak
3SR Tendulkar575712001200*35.73581SAF
4SR Tendulkar84809311313843.848173Srl

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1910 runs against Australia prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. He needed 90 runs for his 2000 runs. He scored 21 in the first game and 89 in this game.  At the end of this game, his run aggregate against Australia read 2020. India became the only team in the annals of one day games to have two batsmen aggregating 2000 plus runs against three or more oppositions.

V Kohli has an aggregate of 3977 runs on away soil in bilateral one day series. 23 more runs would fetch him 4000 runs. He scored 21 in the first game and 89 in this game.  At the end of this game, his run aggregate on away soil in a bilateral one day series read 4087 and with it he would become the second batsman in the history of one day game to score 4000 plus runs on away soil in a bilateral one day series after RT Ponting. RT Ponting has an aggregate of 4086 runs.

V Kohli has an aggregate of 3977 runs on away soil in bilateral one day series. He scored 21 in the first game and 89 in this game. At the end of this game, his run aggregate on away soil in a bilateral series read 4087. He now owns the record for most runs on away soil in a bilateral one day series. He wrested the record held by RT Ponting who has an aggregate of 4086 runs.

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1709 runs in bilateral one day series against Australia. He scored 21 in the first game and 89 in this game. At the end of this game, his run aggregate on away soil in a bilateral series against Australia read 1819. He now owns the record for most runs in a bilateral one day series against Australia. He wrested the record held by RG Sharma who has an aggregate of 1787 runs.

V Kohli has played 248 games prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. Second game of the ensuing series – at Sydney on 29.11.20 – would be his 250th one day game. He became the eighth Indian cricketer to appear in 250 plus one day games. Others are – SR Tendulkar {463}, MS Dhoni {347}, R Dravid {340}, M Azharuddin {334}, SC Ganguly {301} and A Kumble {269}

NoPlayerSpanMat
1SR Tendulkar1989-2012463
2MS Dhoni2004-2019347
3R Dravid1996-2011340
4M Azharuddin1985-2000334
5SC Ganguly1992-2007308
6Yuvraj Singh2000-2017301
7A Kumble1990-2007269

V Kohli has pouched 24 catches as captain prior to the start of the ensuing one day series on away soil. He pouched one catch in this game to dismiss AJ Finch which gave him his 25 catches and he would become the first Indian captain – not being a wicket keeper – to pouch 25 plus catches in the history of one day games as captain on away soil.

V Kohli has pouched 24 catches as captain prior to the start of the ensuing one day series on away soil. He pouched one catch in this game to dismiss AJ Finch which gave him his 25 catches. He became the fourth captain – not being a wicket keeper – to pouch 25 plus catches in the history of one day games as captain on away soil. Others are – RT Ponting {32}, GC Smith {27} and DPMD Jayawardene {25}

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S Dhawan has an aggregate of 973 runs in bilateral one day series against Australia. He scored 74 runs in the first game and 30 runs in this game and his run aggregate at the end of this game read 1077. He become the sixth batsman to total 1000 plus runs in a bilateral one day series against Australia. Other are – RG Sharma {1787}, V Kohli {1709}, EJG Morgan {1678}, JH Kallis {1230} and MS Dhoni {1170}

S Dhawan has an aggregate of 973 runs in bilateral one day series against Australia. He scored 74 runs in the first game and 30 runs in this game and his run aggregate at the end of this game read 1077. He became the fourth Indian batsman to total 1000 plus runs in a bilateral one day series against Australia. Other are – RG Sharma {1787}, V Kohli {1709} and MS Dhoni {1170}

AJ Finch has scored 87 boundary sixes in bilateral one day series. He needed three more boundary sixes would fetch him 90 boundary sixes. He scored them to become the second Australian batsman to score 90 plus boundary sixes in bilateral one day series after SR Watson. SR Watson has scored 93 boundary sixes in bilateral one day series

GJ Maxwell has scored 72 boundary sixes in bilateral one day series. He needs three more boundary sixes which would fetch him 75 boundary sixes. He scored three boundary sixes in the first game and four boundary sixes in the second game which fetched him 79 boundary sixes. He became the third Australian batsman to score 75 plus sixes in bilateral one day series. Others are SR Watson {93} and AJ Finch {90}

AJ Finch has scored 49 boundary sixes in bilateral one day winning games prior to the start of the ensuing series. One more boundary six would fetch him 50 boundary sixes. He scored three boundary sixes in two games to take his boundary sixes and with it he became  the fifth Australian batsman to score 50 plus  boundary sixes in bilateral one day winning games. Others are – SR Watson {67}, AC Gilchrist {53} and RT Ponting {53} and GJ Maxwell {50}. GJ Maxwell scored three boundary sixes in the first game and four boundary sixes in the second game which fetched him 50 boundary sixes and joined the elite club.

SPD Smith has an aggregate of 1499 runs prior to the start of the series in bilateral one day winning games. One more run would fetch him 1500 runs. He scored 105 runs in the first game and 104 runs in the second game and his run aggregate read 1708 at the end of this game. He became the twelfth Australian batsman to aggregate 1500 plus runs in bilateral one day winning games. The following table lists all the twelve batsmen who have accomplished such a feat.

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsHSAve
1RT Ponting9391134270141*54.74
2MJ Clarke9488213172105*47.34
3SR Watson7674082895185*43.86
4AC Gilchrist656103251512843.36
5AJ Finch4948032204153*48.97
6DA Warner444402215317951.26
7MEK Hussey705922211910857.27
8SE Marsh434304180615146.30
9SPD Smith463805170816451.75
10A Symonds524212168715656.23
11ME Waugh3535041590133*51.29
12GJ Bailey4240081515125*47.34

AJ Finch scored 60 and V Kohli scored 89 in this game to provide the 167th occasion of rival captains scoring fifties in the same game in the history of one day internationals.  It also provides the ninth such occasion in Australia-India one day series. It also provides the first such occasion in Australia-India one day series played in Australia.

AJ Finch scored 60 in this game to provide the 38th occasion of an Australian captain scoring a fifty against India in one day games. V Kohli scored 89 in this game to provide the 28th occasion of an Indian captain scoring a fifty against Australia in one day games.

V Kohli’s 89 in this game represent his eighth fifty against Australia as captain. He now shares the record for most fifties by an Indian captain against Australia with MS Dhoni. MS Dhoni has also scored eight fifties against Australia while leading India.

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1MS Dhoni582AusKochi02 Oct 2007
2MS Dhoni50*1AusChandigarh08 Oct 2007
3MS Dhoni1241AusNagpur28 Oct 2009
4MS Dhoni71*2AusDelhi31 Oct 2009
5MS Dhoni562AusBrisbane19 Feb 2012
6MS Dhoni139*1AusMohali19 Oct 2013
7MS Dhoni621AusBengaluru02 Nov 2013
8MS Dhoni652AusSydney26 Mar 2015
       
NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1V Kohli921AusKolkata21 Sep 2017
2V Kohli1042AusAdelaide15 Jan 2019
3V Kohli1161AusNagpur05 Mar 2019
4V Kohli1232AusRanchi08 Mar 2019
5V Kohli821AusThe Oval09 Jun 2019
6V Kohli781AusRajkot17 Jan 2020
7V Kohli892AusBengaluru19 Jan 2020
8V Kohli892AusSydney29 Nov 2020

V Kohli’s 89 in this game represent his 17th fifty against Australia as batsman He now occupies the second place in the list of Indian batsmen who have scored most fifties against Australia. SR Tendulkar occupies the first place with 24 fifties. V Kohli went past RG Sharma’s 16 fifties on his way to occupy the second place.

V Kohli’s 89 in this game fetched him an aggregate of 2020 runs against Australia. He became the third Indian batsman to total 2000 plus runs against Australia in one day games. Others are SR Tendulkar {3077} and RG Sharma {2208}

V Kohli’s 89 in this game fetched him an aggregate of 1018 runs against Australia while leading India. He became the second Indian captain to total 2000 plus runs against Australia in one day games after MS Dhoni. MS Dhoni has scored 1204 runs against Australia while leading India.

V Kohli’s 89 in this game fetched him an aggregate of 5257 runs while leading India. He now occupies the second place in the list of Indian captaons who have scored most runs in one day games. MS Dhoni occupies the first place with 6641 runs. V Kohli went past M Azahruddin’s 5239 runs on his way to occupy the second place.

V Kohli’s 89 in this game fetched him an aggregate of 2544 runs while leading India on away soil He became the second Indian captain to total 2500 plus runs as captain in one day games on away soil after MS Dhoni. MS Dhoni has scored 2846 runs while leading India on away soil.

Australia won this game by 51 runs to carve its 579th one day win and its 80th one day win against India

KL Rahul scored 76 in this game to provide the 118th occasion of an Indian wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in one day games. It also provides the 17th occasion of an Indian wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in one day games against Australia.

AJ Finch-DA Warner added 142 runs for the first wicket and SPD Smith-M Labuschagne added 136 runs for the third wicket this game to provide the 28th occasion of Australia posting two three figure partnership in an innings in one day games. It also provides the ninth such occasion by Australian batsmen against India. It is interesting to note that Sydney has witnessed four such occasions out of the total nine occasions.

Stats highlights of First one day International between Australia and India at Sydney on 27 Nov 2020

Stats highlights of First one day International between Australia and India at Sydney on 27 Nov 2020

Australia won the toss and chose to bat to provide the 55th occasion of Australia doing so against India in one day internationals.

Australia won the toss and chose to bat to provide the 20th occasion of Australia doing so against India on home soil in one day internationals.

AJ Finch-DA Warner opened the innings in this game for Australia to provide the 13th occasion of Australia opening the innings with this pair against India. AC Gilchrist-ML Hayden {23}, DC Boon-GR Marsh {21} and AC Gilchrist-ME Waugh {15} pairs had opened on more occasions against India than AJ Finch-DA Warner pair

AJ Finch-DA Warner opened the innings in this game for Australia to provide the 69th occasion of Australia opening the innings with this pair against various oppositions. AC Gilchrist-ML Hayden {114}, AC Gilchrist-ME Waugh {93} and DC Boon-GR Marsh {88} pairs had opened on more occasions against various oppositions than AJ Finch-DA Warner pair

AJ Finch-DA Warner added 50 plus runs in this game to provide the 25th occasion of posting 50 plus runs partnership against various opposition. They became the fourth Australian opening pair to post 50 plus runs partnerships against various oppositions. Other opening pairs to do so are – AC Gilchrist-ML Hayden {45}, DC Boon-GR Marsh {32} and AC Gilchrist-ME Waugh {28}

AJ Finch was playing his 127th one day game, while DA Warner was playing his 126th one day game as openers for Australia. But both were playing their 124th innings

AJ Finch completed 5000 runs as an Australian opening batsman when he was on 37 during his knock of 114   in this game. He became the fifth Australian opening batsman to reach the landmark. Others are – AC Gilchrist {9176}, ML Hayden {5892}, ME Waugh {5729} and DA Warner {5351}. AJ Finch’s run aggregate read 5077 at the end of this game

This game became the first game in the history of one day internationals when both the openers of a team has an aggregate of 5000 plus runs. DA Warner and AJ Finch have an aggregate of 5000 plus runs as openers.

AJ Finch’s 50 plus provides his 16th fifty as a captain opener. He became the second Australian captain opener to score 16 fifties after MA Taylor. MA Taylor has scored 16 fifties {01 C plus 15 HC}. AJ Finch has scored {05 C plus 11 HC}

The following table lists eleven captain openers in the history of one day internationals who have scored 15 plus fifties

NoPlayerTeamMatInnsNORunsCHC50+
1GC SmithRSA15014895416083745
2ST JayasuriyaSrl11611644350102535
3SC GangulyInd959453381081927
4SP FlemingNZl1039963257051924
5AN CookEng696942502041620
6AJ StraussEng595922292041620
7PorterfieldIre928912651081119
8AJ FinchAus393931737051116
9CH GayleWin525161966041216
10MA TaylorAus646412098011516
11TendulkarInd585632112060915

AJ Finch-DA Warner added 156 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 393rd occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day internationals. It also provides the 94th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership  for the first wicket in one day internationals.

AJ Finch-DA Warner added 156 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 65th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day internationals against India. It also provides the 21st occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in one day internationals against India.

AJ Finch-DA Warner added 156 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 170th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day internationals on home soil. It also provides the 45th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in one day internationals on home soil.

AJ Finch-DA Warner added 156 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 25th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day internationals against India on home soil. It also provides the sixth occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in one day internationals against India on home soil

AJ Finch-DA Warner added 156 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the record partnership for the first wicket against India at Sydney. The previous best was 152 runs partnership between DC Boon and GR Marsh at Sydney on 21 Jan 1986

AJ Finch-DA Warner added 156 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 90th occasion of Australian batsmen posting 150 plus runs s in one day internationals. It also provides the 26th occasion of Australian batsmen posting 150 plus runs partnerships for the first wicket in one day internationals.

AJ Finch-DA Warner added 156 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 18th occasion of Australian batsmen posting 150 plus runs partnerships in one day internationals against India. It also provides the seventh occasion of Australian batsmen posting 150 plus runs partnerships for the first wicket in one day internationals against India.

AJ Finch {114 plus} and DA Warner {69} scored fifties in this game to provide the 73rd occasion of both the Australian openers scoring fifties in the same innings in one day internationals.   It also provides the 15th occasion of both the Australian openers scoring fifties against India in one day internationals.

It also provides eleventh occasion of one of the openers scoring fifty and another scoring century against India in one day internationals which include two occasions of both the Australian openers scoring centuries.

AJ Finch {114 plus}, DA Warner {69} and SPD Smith {63 plus} scored fifties in this game to provide the 100th occasion of first three batsmen scoring fifties in the same innings in one day internationals. It also provides the seventh such occasion against India in one day internationals.

AJ Finch {114}, DA Warner {69} and SPD Smith {63 plus} scored fifties in this game to provide the 13th occasion of first three Australian batsmen scoring fifties in the same innings in one day internationals. It also provides the third such occasion by Australian batsmen against India in one day internationals.

AJ Finch scored 114 in this game to provide the 233rd occasion of Australian batsman scoring a century in one day games. It also provides the 47th occasion of Australian batsman scoring a century against India in one day games   

AJ Finch scored 114 in this game to provide the 124th occasion of Australian opening batsman scoring a century in one day games. It also provides the 26th occasion of Australian opening batsman scoring a century against India in one day games   

AJ Finch scored 114 in this game to provide the 50th occasion of Australian captain scoring a century in one day games. It also provides the tenth occasion of Australian captain scoring a century against India in one day games   

AJ Finch scored 114 in this game to provide the ninth occasion of Australian captain opening batsman scoring a century in one day games. It also provides the third occasion of Australian captain opening batsman scoring a century against India in one day games. All such occasions are tabulated below    

NoPlayerRunsOppositionGroundStart Date
1MA Taylor105v IndiaBengaluru21 Oct 1996
2AJ Finch110*v IndiaMumbai14 Jan 2020
3AJ Finch114v IndiaSydney27 Nov 2020

AJ Finch became the first Australian captain opener to score century against India on two occasions and his 114 in this game is the highest individual score by an Australian captain opener against India in one day games. The previous best was 110 not out by AJ Finch himself at Mumbai on 14.01.20

AJ Finch’s 114 in this game represent his sixth century as captain opener in one day games. All his centuries are tabulated below

NoRunsOppositionGroundStart Date
1116v PakistanSharjah22 Mar 2019
2153*v PakistanSharjah24 Mar 2019
3153v Sri LankaThe Oval15 Jun 2019
4100v EnglandLord’s25 Jun 2019
5110*v IndiaMumbai14 Jan 2020
6114v IndiaSydney27 Nov 2020

AJ Finch became the first Australian captain opener to score six centuries and joined the select band of five other captain openers who have scored six or more centuries. The following table lists all these six captains

NoPlayer      TeamMatInnsNORunsHSC
1ST JayasuriyaSrl1161164435018910
2SC GangulyInd0950945338114408
3WTS PorterfieldIre0920891265113908
4GC SmithRSA1501489541614108
5AJ FinchAus03903921796153*06
6SR TendulkarInd05805632112186*06

AJ Finch’s 114 in this game provide the 101st occasion of a captain opener scoring a century in one day games. It also provides the tenth occasion of a captain opener scoring a century against India in one day games.

SPD Smith scored 105 this game to provide the 234th occasion of Australian batsman scoring a century in one day games. It also provides the 48th occasion of Australian batsman scoring a century against India in one day games   

AJ Finch scored 114 and SPD Smith scored 105 in this game provide the 178th occasion of two batsmen scoring century in an innings in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the 25th such occasion against India in one day internationals.

AJ Finch scored 114 and SPD Smith scored 105 in this game provide the 21st occasion of two Australian batsmen scoring century in an innings in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the eighth such occasion of two Australian batsmen scoring centuries against India in one day internationals.

AJ Finch scored 114 and SPD Smith scored 105 in this game provide the 24th occasion of two batsmen batting at number two and three scoring century in an innings in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the third occasion of two batsmen batting at number two and three scoring century in an innings against India in one day internationals.

AJ Finch scored 114 and SPD Smith scored 105 in this game provide the third occasion of two Australian batsmen batting at number two and three scoring century in an innings in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the second occasion of two Australian batsmen batting at number two and three scoring century in an innings against India in one day internationals.

AJ Finch’s 114 represent his 17th century in one day games. He became the fourth Australian batsmen who have scored 17 or more centuries in one day games. Others are – RT Ponting {29}, DA Warner {18} and ME Waugh {18}

AJ Finch’s 114 represent his 17th century in one day games as an opening batsman. He became the second Australian opening batsman to score 17 or more centuries in one day games after DA Warner. DA Warner has scored 18 centuries

SPD Smith scored 105 in this game to post his tenth century in one day games. He became the seventh Australian batsman to score ten or more centuries in one day games. Others are – RT Ponting {29}, DA Warner {18}, ME Waugh {18}, AJ Finch {17}, AC Gilchrist {16} and ML Hayden {10}

DA Warner’s 69 in this game provide his 40th fifty as an opening batsman. He became the fifth Australian opening batsman to score 40 plus fifties. Others are – AC Gilchrist {69}, ME Waugh {47}, AJ Finch {44} and ML Hayden {43}

Saini {1 for 83} and YS Chahal {1 for 89} conceded 80 plus runs in this game to provide the 256th and 257th occasion of a bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in one day internationals.  It also provides the 41st and 42nd occasion of a bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in one day internationals against Australia

NA Saini {1 for 83} and YS Chahal {1 for 89} conceded 80 plus runs in this game to provide the 28th and 29th occasion of Indian bowlers conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the sixth and seventh occasion of an Indian bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in one day internationals against Australia

NA Saini {1 for 83} and YS Chahal {1 for 89} conceded 80 plus runs in this game to provide the 27th occasion of two bowlers conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the fourth occasion of two bowlers conceding 80 plus runs in an innings against Australia.

NA Saini {1 for 83} and YS Chahal {1 for 89} conceded 80 plus runs in this game to provide the fourth occasion of two Indian bowlers conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the first occasion of two Indian bowlers conceding 80 plus runs in an innings against Australia.

MP Stonis collected the first ball duck in this game to provide the 184th occasion of an Australian batsman dismissed for a first ball duck in one day games. It also provides the 27th occasion of an Australian batsman dismissed for a first ball duck in one day games against India

AJ Finch-SPD Smith added 108 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 394th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games. It also provides the 95th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games against India.

AJ Finch-SPD Smith added 108 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 66th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games against India. It also provides the 17th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the second wicket in one day games against India.

AJ Finch-DA Warner added 156 runs for the first wicket and AJ Finch-SPD Smith added 108 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 27th occasion of Australian batsmen posting two three figure partnerships in an innings in one day games. It also provides the eighth occasion of Australian batsmen posting two three figure partnerships in an innings against India in one day games.

Australia posted 374 for 6 in this game to provide the 110th occasion of Australia posting a total of 300 plus runs in one day games. It also provides the 27th occasion of Australia posting a total of 300 plus runs in one day games against India

Australia posted 374 for 6 in this game to provide the 21st occasion of Australia posting a total of 350 plus runs in one day games. It also provides the seventh occasion of Australia posting a total of 350 plus runs in one day games against India

Australia posted 374 for 6 in this game to provide its highest team total in one day games against India.  Its previous best team total was 359 – scored on four occasions. All the four occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamScoreOversOppnGroundStart Date
1Aus359/250.0IndJo’burg23 Mar 2003
2Aus359/550.0IndSydney08 Feb 2004
3Aus359/550.0IndJaipur16 Oct 2013
4Aus359/647.5IndMohali10 Mar 2019

HH Pandya scored 90 in this game to provide the 99th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring ninety in one day games. It also provides the 14th occasion of Indian batsman scoring ninety in one day games against Australia.

S Dhawan-HH Pandya added 128 runs for the fifth wicket to provide the 447th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games. It also provides the 46th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the fifth wicket in one day games.

S Dhawan-HH Pandya added 128 runs for the fifth wicket to provide the 67th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games against Australia. It also provides the ninth occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the fifth wicket in one day games against Australia.

It also provide the very first occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the fifth wicket against Australia on Australian soil – at Sydney.

India posted 308 for 8 in this game to provide the 115th occasion of India posting a team total of 300 plus runs in an innings in one day games.  It also provides the 19th occasion of India posting a team total of 300 plus runs in an innings in one day games.  

Australia posted 374 for 6 and India posted 308 for 6 in this game to provide the 143rd occasion of both the teams posting 300 plus runs in the same match.

India posted 308 for 8 in this game and lost the game by 66 runs to provide the 148th occasion of a team losing a game after posting 300 plus runs. It also provides the 23rd occasion of a team losing a game after posting 300 plus runs against Australia.

India posted 308 for 8 in this game and lost the game by 66 runs to provide the 24th occasion of India losing a game after posting 300 plus runs. It also provides the eighth occasion of India losing a game after posting 300 plus runs against Australia.

A Zampa returned with figures of four for 54 in this game to provide the 252nd occasion of an Australian bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in one day games. It also provides the 34th occasion of an Australian bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in one day games against India.

A Zampa returned with figures of four for 54 in this game to provide the 170th occasion of an Australian bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in one day games. It also provides the 19th occasion of an Australian bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in one day games against India.

Australia won this game by 66 runs to carve its 578th one day win and its 79th one day win against India

APPROACHING MILESTONES AHEAD OF THE INDIA AUSTRALIA ONE DAY SERIES IN NOV 2020

APPROACHING MILESTONES AHEAD OF THE INDIA AUSTRALIA ONE DAY SERIES IN NOV 2020

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1910 runs against Australia prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. He needs 90 runs for his 2000 runs. If he scores them, he would then become the third Indian batsman to total 2000 plus runs against Australia. Other are – SR Tendulkar {3077} and RG Sharma {2089}

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1910 runs against Australia prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. He needs 90 runs for his 2000 runs. If he scores them, his feat would then become the 23rd occasion of a batsman totaling 2000 plus runs against a specific opposition

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1910 runs against Australia prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. He needs 90 runs for his 2000 runs. If he scores them, he would then become the fifth batsman totaling 2000 plus runs against Australia. Others are – SR Tendulkar {3077}, DL Haynes {2262}, IVA Richards {2187} and RG Sharma {2089}

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1910 runs against Australia prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. He needs 90 runs for his 2000 runs. If he scores them, he would be scoring 2000 plus runs against three oppositions. He had already scored 2000 plus runs against West Indies {2235} and against Sri Lanka {2220}

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1910 runs against Australia prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. He needs 90 runs for his 2000 runs. If he scores them, he would become the second batsman  the annals of one day games to score 2000 plus runs against three or more oppositions after SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has scored 2000 plus runs against four oppositions,

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsHSAveCHC0Opp
1Tendulkar71701307717544.599152Aus
2Tendulkar69674252614140.095165Pak
3Tendulkar575712001200*35.73581SAF
4Tendulkar84809311313843.848173Srl

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1910 runs against Australia prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. He needs 90 runs for his 2000 runs. If he scores them, India would become the only team in the annals of one day games to have two batsmen aggregating 2000 plus runs against three or more oppositions.

V Kohli has scored eight centuries against Australia prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. He needs one more for his ninth century. If he scores them, then he would become the second batsman in the annals of one day games to score nine centuries against Australia after SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has scored nine centuries against Australia

V Kohli has scored eight centuries against Australia prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. He needs one more for his ninth century. If he scores them, then it would provide the third occasion of batsman to score nine centuries against an opposition in the annals of one day games. SR Tendulkar and V Kohli has scored nine centuries against Australia and West Indies respectively.

V Kohli has scored eight centuries against Australia prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. He needs one more for his ninth century. If he scores them, then he would then own the world record in the annals of one day games to score nine centuries against two specific oppositions. He has already scored nine centuries against West Indies.

V Kohli has scored 21 centuries while leading India prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. One more century would fetch him 22 centuries and with it he would share the record for most centuries by a captain in the annals of one day games with RT Ponting of Australia. RT Ponting has scored 22 centuries while leading Australia

V Kohli has scored 21 centuries while leading India prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. Two more centuries would fetch him 23 centuries and with it he would own the record for most centuries by a captain in the annals of one day games going past RT Ponting of Australia. RT Ponting has scored 22 centuries while leading Australia.

V Kohli has an aggregate of 4884 runs on away soil. He needs 116 more runs which would fetch him an aggregate of 5000 runs on away soil. If he scores, he would then become the fourth batsman in the annals of one day game to score 5000 plus runs on away soil. Others are –  KC Sangakkara {5518}, RT Ponting {5090} and SR Tendulkar {5065}

V Kohli has an aggregate of 4884 runs on away soil. He needs 116 more runs which would fetch him an aggregate of 5000 runs on away soil. If he scores, he would then become the second Indian batsman in the annals of one day game to score 5000 plus runs on away soil after SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has an aggregate of 5065 runs on away soil.

V Kohli has scored three centuries on away soil against Australia. One more century in the ensuing series would fetch him his fourth century. If he gets it, he would become the second batsman in the history of one day game to score four centuries against Australia on away soil after RG Sharma. RG Sharma has scored four centuries.

V Kohli has an aggregate of 3977 runs on away soil in bilateral one day series. 23 more runs would fetch him 4000 runs and with it he would become the second batsman in the history of one day game to score 4000 plus runs on away soil in a bilateral one day series after RT Ponting. RT Ponting has an aggregate of 4086 runs.

V Kohli has an aggregate of 3977 runs on away soil in bilateral one day series. 110 more runs would fetch him 4087 runs and with it he would  own the record for most runs on away soil in a bilateral one day series. He would wrest the record held by RT Ponting who has an aggregate of 4086 runs.

V Kohli has an aggregate of 5925 runs in winning one day games in bilateral one day series. 75 more runs would fetch him 6000 runs and with it he would earn the distinction of becoming the first batsman in the history of one day games to total 6000 plus runs in winning one day games in bilateral series

V Kohli has an aggregate of 49 fifties in winning one day games in bilateral one day series. One  more fifty would fetch him 50 fifties and with it he would earn the distinction of becoming the first batsman in the history of one day game to score 50 fifties in winning one day games in bilateral series

V Kohli has an aggregate of 19 fifties in winning one day games in bilateral one day series on away soil. One more fifty would fetch him 20 fifties and with it he would earn the distinction of becoming the second batsman in the history of one day game to score 20 plus fifties in winning one day games in bilateral series on away soil after RT Ponting. RT Ponting has scored 29 fifties.

V Kohli has an aggregate of 2444 runs on away soil in bilateral one day series’ winning games. 56 more runs would fetch him 2500 runs and with it he would become the second batsman in the history of one day game to score 4000 plus runs on away soil in a bilateral one day series’ winning games after RT Ponting. RT Ponting has an aggregate of 3172 runs.

V Kohli has an aggregate of 1709 runs in bilateral one day series against Australia. 79 more runs would fetch him 1788 runs and with it he would own the record for most runs in a bilateral one day series against Australia. He would wrest the record held by RG Sharma who has an aggregate of 1787 runs.

S Dhawan has an aggregate of 973 runs in bilateral one day series against Australia. 27 more runs would fetch him 1000 runs and with it he would become the sixth batsman to total 1000 plus runs in a bilateral one day series against Australia. Other are – RG Sharma {1787}, V Kohli {1709}, EJG Morgan {1678}, JH Kallis {1230} and MS Dhoni {1170}

S Dhawan has an aggregate of 973 runs in bilateral one day series against Australia. 27 more runs would fetch him 1000 runs and with it he would become the fourth Indian batsman to total 1000 plus runs in a bilateral one day series against Australia. Other are – RG Sharma {1787}, V Kohli {1709} and MS Dhoni {1170}

V Kohli has an aggregate of 977 runs in bilateral one day series’ winning games against Australia 23 more runs would fetch him 1000 runs and with it he would become the second batsman in the history of one day game to score 1000 plus runs in a bilateral one day series’ winning games after RG Sharma. RG Sharma has an aggregate of 1009 runs.

AJ Finch has scored 4983 runs one day games prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. 17 more runs would fetch him 5000 runs and with it he would become the sixteenth Australian batsman to total 5000 plus runs in one day games. The following table lists all the other fifteen Australian batsmen who have scored 5000 plus runs in one day games.

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsHSAve
1RT Ponting374364391358916441.81
2AC Gilchrist28627811959517235.93
3ME Waugh24423620850017339.35
4MJ Clarke24522344798113044.58
5SR Waugh325288587569120*32.90
6MG Bevan232196676912108*53.58
7AR Border273252396524127*30.62
8ML Hayden160154156131181*44.10
9DM Jones16416125606814544.61
10DC Boon18117716596412237.04
11SR Watson190169275757185*40.54
12MEK Hussey185157445442109*48.15
13DR Martyn208182515346144*40.80
14DA Warner12612406530317944.94
15A Symonds19816133508815639.75

AJ Finch has scored 46 boundary sixes while leading Australia in one day games. He needs four more boundary sixes for his 50 boundary sixes. If he scores them, then he would become the second Australian captain to score 50 plus boundary sixes after RT Ponting. RT Ponting has scored 120 boundary sixes.

SPD Smith has scored 1939 runs one day games on home soil prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. 61 more runs would fetch him 2000 runs and with it he would become the fourteenth Australian batsman to total 2000 plus runs in one day games on home soil.

V Kohli has pouched 24 catches as captain prior to the start of the ensuing one day series on away soil. One more catch would fetch him his 25 catches and he would become the fourth captain – not being a wicket keeper – to pouch 25 plus catches in the history of one day games as captain on away soil. Others are – RT Ponting {32}, GC Smith {27} and DPMD Jayawardene {26}

V Kohli has pouched 24 catches as captain prior to the start of the ensuing one day series on away soil. One more catch would fetch him his 25 catches and he would become the first Indian captain – not being a wicket keeper – to pouch 25 plus catches in the history of one day games as captain on away soil.

V Kohli has pouched 48 catches as captain prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. One more catch would fetch him his 50 catches and he would become the third Indian captain – not being a wicket keeper – to pouch 50 plus catches in the history of one day games. Others are M Azharuddin {83} and SC Ganguly {61}                                            

V Kohli has played 248 games prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. Second game of the ensuing series – at Sydney on 29.11.20 – would be his 250th one day game. He would become the eighth Indian cricketer to appear in 250 plus one day games. Others are – SR Tendulkar {463}, MS Dhoni {347}, R Dravid {340}, M Azharuddin {334}, SC Ganguly {301} and A Kumble {269}

NoPlayerSpanMat
1SR Tendulkar1989-2012463
2MS Dhoni2004-2019347
3R Dravid1996-2011340
4M Azharuddin1985-2000334
5SC Ganguly1992-2007308
6Yuvraj Singh2000-2017301
7A Kumble1990-2007269

PJ Cummins has an aggregate of 21 one day wickets against India prior to the start of the ensuing series. Four more wickets would fetch him 25 one day wickets and with it he would become the seventh Australian bowler to aggregate 25 plus wickets against India in one day games. Others are – B Lee {55}, MG Johnson {43}, SR Waugh {43}, GD McGrath {34}, DW Fleming {30} and NW Brakcen {25}

AJ Finch has scored 87 boundary sixes in bilateral one day series. He needs Three more boundary sixes would fetch him 90 boundary sixes. If he scores them, then he would become the second Australian batsman to score 90 plus boundary sixes in bilateral one day series after SR Watson. SR Watson has scored 93 boundary sixes in bilateral one day series

AJ Finch has scored 87 boundary sixes in bilateral one day series. He needs seven more boundary sixes to overhaul the existing record for most boundary sixes by an Australian batsman SR Watson. SR Watson has scored 93 boundary sixes in bilateral one day series

GJ Maxwell has scored 72 boundary sixes in bilateral one day series. He needs three more boundary sixes which would fetch him 75 boundary sixes. If he scores them, then he would become the third Australian batsman to score 75 plus sixes in bilateral one day series. Others are SR Watson {93} and AJ Finch {87}

AJ Finch has scored 49 boundary sixes in bilateral one day winning games prior to the start of the ensuing series. One more boundary six would fetch him 50 boundary sixes and with it he would become the fourth Australian batsman to score 50 plus  boundary sixes in bilateral one day winning games. Others are – SR Watson {67}, AC Gilchrist {53} and RT Ponting {53}

SPD Smith has an aggregate of 1499 runs prior to the start of the series in bilateral one day winning games. One more run would fetch him 1500 runs and with it he would become the twelfth Australian batsman to aggregate 1500 plus runs in bilateral one day winning games. The following table lists all the eleven batsmen who have accomplished such a feat.

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsHSAve
1RT Ponting9391134270141*54.74
2MJ Clarke9488213172105*47.34
3SR Watson7674082895185*43.86
4AC Gilchrist656103251512843.36
5AJ Finch4948032204153*48.97
6DA Warner444402215317951.26
7MEK Hussey705922211910857.27
8SE Marsh434304180615146.30
9A Symonds524212168715656.23
10ME Waugh3535041590133*51.29
11GJ Bailey4240081515125*47.34

Mohammad Shami of India has an aggregate of 144 one day wickets prior to the start of the ensuing series. Six more wickets would fetch him 150 wickets and with it he would become the 14th Indian bowler to capture 150 plus wickets in one day games

Mohammad Shami of India has captured exact four wicket hauls on nine occasions prior to the start of the ensuing series. One more exact four wicket haul would fetch him ten such hauls and with it he would become the second Indian bowler to capture exact four wicket hauls on ten or more occasions in one day games after AB Agarkar. AB Agarkar has ten such hauls in one day games.

Mohammad Shami of India has captured exact four plus wicket hauls on ten occasions prior to the start of the ensuing series. One more four plus wicket haul would fetch him eleven such hauls and with it he would become the second Indian bowler to capture eleven or more four plus wickets hauls on eleven or more occasions in one day games after AB Agarkar. AB Agarkar has twelve such hauls in one day games.

RA Jadeja and I Sharma have captured four plus wickets haul on four occasions in bilateral one day series prior to the start of the ensuing series. One more four plus wicket haul would fetch them their fifth four plus wickets haul. They would become the fifth and sixth Indian bowlers to capture five or more four plus wicket hauls in bilateral one day series. AB Agarkar, JJ Bumrah, Kuldeep Yadav and Mohammad Shami are the other bowlers who have captured four plus wicket hauls on five occasions in bilateral one day series.

Mohammad Shami and Kuldeep Yadav have captured 24 and 22 wickets respectively against Australia in bilateral one day series prior to the start of the ensuing series. They need one and three wickets for their 25 wickets. If they get them, then they would become second and third Indian bowlers to capture 25 plus wickets against Australia in bilateral one day series. RA Jadeja has captured 26 wickets against Australia in bilateral one day series.

AJ Finch has an aggregate of 4963 as an opening batsman prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. 37 more runs would fetch him 5000 runs and with it he would become the fourth Australian opening batsman to aggregate 5000 plus runs in one day games. Others are – AC Gilchrist {9176}, ML Hayden {5892}, ME Waugh {5729} and DA Warner {5282}

DA Warner has an aggregate of 3423 as an opening batsman in bilateral series prior to the start of the ensuing one day series. 73 more runs would fetch him 3500 runs and with it he would become the second Australian opening batsman to aggregate 3500 plus runs in bilateral one day series after AJ Finch. AJ Finch has an aggregate of 3535 runs.

India-Australia one day statistics

India-Australia one day statistics

Australia and India have played 140 one day games. India has won 52 games, lost 78 games and ten games have ended as No result games.

Team totals of 300 plus runs have been posted by two teams on 44 occasions. Australia has posted 300 plus runs on 26 occasions, while India has posted on 18 occasions.

Australia has been dismissed all out after posting 300 plus runs on three occasions, while India has been dismissed all out on three occasions after posting 300 plus runs

India’s score of 382 for 6 at Bengaluru on 02.11.13 repesent the highest team total in the series. It also represents India’s highest team total. Australia’s 359 for 6 at Mohali on 10.03.19 represent its highest team total

India has been dismissed all out on five occasions for a total less than 150 runs in a completed innings while Australia has been dismissed all out on five occasions for a total less than 150 runs in a completed innings.

India’s 63 all out at Sydney on 08.01.81 is the lowest innings total against Australia. It also represent the only occasion of a team dismissed for less than 100 runs in Australia-India one day series.  Australia’s lowest total against India is its 101 at Perth on 08.12.91.

Australia has won on nine occasions with 100 plus runs margin, while India has won on three occasions. Australia’s largest victory margin is its 208 runs victory at Sydney on 08.02.04, while India’s largest victory margin are its two wins – by 118 runs at Chelmsford on 20.06.83 and 118 runs at Indore on 31.03.01. Australia’s 208 runs victory at Sydney on 08.02.04 represent the only victory by 200 plus runs in Australia-India one day series.

Australia has won a game without losing a wicket on one occasion – at Mumbai on 14.01.20. It also represents the first such win by a team in Australia-India one day series. Australia has won by nine wickets on five occasions, while India has won one occasion – at Vadodara on 11.10.07.

Australia has won on five occasions with 100 plus balls remaining when it has batted second. It’s win by nine wickets with 178 deliveries to spare represent its largest win in this category of statistics. India’s largest win in this category is it’s eight wickets win at Melbourne on 03.03.85 with 83 deliveries to spare.

Australia has won five games with single digits runs margin – one to nine runs, while India has won four games with single digit runs margin. Australia has won two games with one run margin – at Chennai on 09.10.87 and at Brisbane on 01.03.92

India has won two games with two wickets margin – at Bengaluru on 21.10.96 and at Mumbai on 17.10.07. Australia has won one game by two wickets margin – at Sydney on 22.01.04.

Australia has won 12 games with single digit delivery remaining in the second innings when it had batted second in the game, while India has been victorious on ten occasions with single digit delivery remaining in the second innings when it had batted second in the game

As nany as nine Australian batsmen have scored 1000 plus runs against India. RT Ponting with 2164 runs to his credit owns the record for most runs by an Australian batsman against India.

Five Indian batsmen have scored 1000 plus runs against Australia. SR Tendulkar {3077} and RG Sharma {2208} are the two batsmen who have aggregated 2000 plus runs. SR Tendulkar remains the only batsman to compile 3000 plus runs in Australia-India one day series.

Australian batsmen have scored 46 centuries against India, while Indian batsmen have scored similar number of centuries – 46 – against Australia.

RG Sharma’s 203 at Bengaluru on 02.11.13 is the highest individual innings by an Indian batsman against Australia, while GJ Bailey’s 156 at Nagpur on 30.10.13 is the highest individual innings by an Australian batsman against India.

RG Sharma is the only batsman to score 200 plus runs in Australia-India one day series. GJ Bailey is the only Australia batsman to score 150 plus  runs against India

SR Tendulkar of India owns the record for most centuries by an individual batsman in Australia-India one day series. He has scored nine centuries.

Most centuries by an Indian batsman against Australia is credited to SR Tendulkar who has scored nine centuries, while the record for most centuries by an Australian batsman against India is credited to RT Ponting who has scored six centuries.

RG Sharma and V Kohli have scored eight centuries against Australia and require one more to equal the world record of most centuries by a batsman against a specific opposition held by SR Tendulkar who has scored nine centuries against Australia. With RG Sharma not selected in the one day team to tour Australia, V Kohli has a bright chance of equaling the record held by SR Tendulkar.

Indian captains have scored centuries against Australia on five occasions while the Australian captains have scored centuries against India on nine occasions.

MS Dhoni’s 139 not out at at Mohali on 19.10.13 is the highest individual score by an Indian captain against Australia. GJ Bailey’s 156 at Nagpur on 30.10.13 is the highest individual score by an Australian captain against India.

Indian wicket keepers have scored two centuries against Australia on five occasions while the Australian wicket keeper has scored century against India on one occasion

MS Dhoni’s 139 not out at at Mohali on 19.10.13 is the highest individual score by an Indian wicket keeper batsman against Australia. AC Gilahrist’s 111 at Bengaluru on 12.11.03 is the highest individual score by an Australian wicket keeper against India.

There are 14 occasions of Australian batsmen’s centuries in a losing cause against India, while the series has witnessed 22 occasions of Indian batsmen’s centuries going in vain.

B Lee’s 55 wickets represent the most wickets taken by an Australian bowler against India, while Kapil Dev’s 45 wickets represent the most wickets taken by an Indian bowler against Australia. B Lee is the only bowler to account for 50 plus wickets in Australia-India one day series

Australian bowlers have captured five or more wickets against India on 15 occasions. KH Macleay’s six for 39 at Nottingham on 13.06.83 is the best bowling figures by an Australian bowler against India. Indian bowlers have captured five or more wickets against Australia on six occasions. M Karthik’s six for 27 at Mumbai on 17.10.07 is the best bowling figures by an Indian bowler against Australia.

Australian bowlers have captured six wickets in an innings against India on two occasions. Indian bowlers have captured six wickets in an innings against Australia on three occasions.

Australian bowlers have captured four or more wickets in an innings against India on 33 occasions. Australian bowlers have captured exact four wickets in an innings against India on 18 occasions.

Indian bowlers have captured four or more wickets in an innings against Australia on 22 occasions. Indian bowlers have captured exact four wickets in an innings against India on 16 occasions.

PJ Cummins’ four for 29 at Nagpur on 05.03.19 provide the lone instance of an Australian bowler’s four plus wicket haul in a losing cause against India. There are eight occasion of Indian bowlers’ four plus wickets hauls in a losing cause against Australia. Kapil Dev’s five for 43 at Nottingham on 13.06.83 provide the lone occasion of a bowler’s five plus wicket haul going in vain in Australia-India one day series.

There are five occasions of Australian bowlers conceding 80 plus runs in an innings against India. CJ Mckay’s one for 89 at Bengaluru on 02.11.13 provides the most expensive bowling figures by an Australian bowler against India in terms of runs conceded

There is one occasion of Indian bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings against Australia without capturing a wicket. 

There are five occasions of Indian bowlers conceding 80 plus runs in an innings against Australia. R Vinay Kumar’s one for 102 at Bengaluru on 02.11.13 provides the most expensive bowling figures by an Indian bowler against Australia in terms of runs conceded.

There are two occasions of Indian bowlers conceding 80 plus runs in an innings against Australia without capturing a wicket. 

AC Gilchrist with 79 dismissals owns the record for most dismissals by an Australian wicket keeper against India. MS Dhoni with 62 dismissals owns the record for most dismissals by an Indian wicket keeper against Australia.

AC Gilchrist with 73 catches owns the record for most catches by an Australian wicket keeper against India. MS Dhoni with 44 catches owns the record for most catches by an Indian wicket keeper against Australia.

AC Gilchrist with six stumping dismissals owns the record for most stumping dismissals by an Australian wicket keeper against India. MS Dhoni with 18 stumping dismissals owns the record for most stumping dismissals by an Indian wicket keeper against Australia.

RT Ponting with 18 catches owns the record for most catches by an Australian fieldsman other than the wicket keepers against India. SR Tendulkar with 31 catches owns the record for most catches by an Indian fieldsman other than the wicket keepers against Australia.

Australia India One day Series Statistics

Australia and India have played 140 one day games. India has won 52 games, lost 78 games and ten games have ended as No result games.

Team totals of 300 plus runs have been posted by two teams on 44 occasions. Australia has posted 300 plus runs on 26 occasions, while India has posted on 18 occasions.

Australia has been dismissed all out after posting 300 plus runs on three occasions, while India has been dismissed all out on three occasions after posting 300 plus runs

India’s score of 382 for 6 at Bengaluru on 02.11.13 repesent the highest team total in the series. It also represents India’s highest team total. Australia’s 359 for 6 at Mohali on 10.03.19 represent its highest team total

India has been dismissed all out on five occasions for a total less than 150 runs in a completed innings while Australia has been dismissed all out on five occasions for a total less than 150 runs in a completed innings.

India’s 63 all out at Sydney on 08.01.81 is the lowest innings total against Australia. It also represent the only occasion of a team dismissed for less than 100 runs in Australia-India one day series.  Australia’s lowest total against India is its 101 at Perth on 08.12.91.

Australia has won on nine occasions with 100 plus runs margin, while India has won on three occasions. Australia’s largest victory margin is its 208 runs victory at Sydney on 08.02.04, while India’s largest victory margin are its two wins – by 118 runs at Chelmsford on 20.06.83 and 118 runs at Indore on 31.03.01. Australia’s 208 runs victory at Sydney on 08.02.04 represent the only victory by 200 plus runs in Australia-India one day series.

Australia has won a game without losing a wicket on one occasion – at Mumbai on 14.01.20. It also represents the first such win by a team in Australia-India one day series. Australia has won by nine wickets on five occasions, while India has won one occasion – at Vadodara on 11.10.07.

Australia has won on five occasions with 100 plus balls remaining when it has batted second. It’s win by nine wickets with 178 deliveries to spare represent its largest win in this category of statistics. India’s largest win in this category is it’s eight wickets win at Melbourne on 03.03.85 with 83 deliveries to spare.

Australia has won five games with single digits runs margin – one to nine runs, while India has won four games with single digit runs margin. Australia has won two games with one run margin – at Chennai on 09.10.87 and at Brisbane on 01.03.92

India has won two games with two wickets margin – at Bengaluru on 21.10.96 and at Mumbai on 17.10.07. Australia has won one game by two wickets margin – at Sydney on 22.01.04.

Australia has won 12 games with single digit delivery remaining in the second innings when it had batted second in the game, while India has been victorious on ten occasions with single digit delivery remaining in the second innings when it had batted second in the game

As nany as nine Australian batsmen have scored 1000 plus runs against India. RT Ponting with 2164 runs to his credit owns the record for most runs by an Australian batsman against India.

Five Indian batsmen have scored 1000 plus runs against Australia. SR Tendulkar {3077} and RG Sharma {2208} are the two batsmen who have aggregated 2000 plus runs. SR Tendulkar remains the only batsman to compile 3000 plus runs in Australia-India one day series.

Australian batsmen have scored 46 centuries against India, while Indian batsmen have scored similar number of centuries – 46 – against Australia.

RG Sharma’s 203 at Bengaluru on 02.11.13 is the highest individual innings by an Indian batsman against Australia, while GJ Bailey’s 156 at Nagpur on 30.10.13 is the highest individual innings by an Australian batsman against India.

RG Sharma is the only batsman to score 200 plus runs in Australia-India one day series. GJ Bailey is the only Australia batsman to score 150 plus  runs against India

SR Tendulkar of India owns the record for most centuries by an individual batsman in Australia-India one day series. He has scored nine centuries.

Most centuries by an Indian batsman against Australia is credited to SR Tendulkar who has scored nine centuries, while the record for most centuries by an Australian batsman against India is credited to RT Ponting who has scored six centuries.

RG Sharma and V Kohli have scored eight centuries against Australia and require one more to equal the world record of most centuries by a batsman against a specific opposition held by SR Tendulkar who has scored nine centuries against Australia. With RG Sharma not selected in the one day team to tour Australia, V Kohli has a bright chance of equaling the record held by SR Tendulkar.

Indian captains have scored centuries against Australia on five occasions while the Australian captains have scored centuries against India on nine occasions.

MS Dhoni’s 139 not out at at Mohali on 19.10.13 is the highest individual score by an Indian captain against Australia. GJ Bailey’s 156 at Nagpur on 30.10.13 is the highest individual score by an Australian captain against India.

Indian wicket keepers have scored two centuries against Australia on five occasions while the Australian wicket keeper has scored century against India on one occasion

MS Dhoni’s 139 not out at at Mohali on 19.10.13 is the highest individual score by an Indian wicket keeper batsman against Australia. AC Gilahrist’s 111 at Bengaluru on 12.11.03 is the highest individual score by an Australian wicket keeper against India.

There are 14 occasions of Australian batsmen’s centuries in a losing cause against India, while the series has witnessed 22 occasions of Indian batsmen’s centuries going in vain.

B Lee’s 55 wickets represent the most wickets taken by an Australian bowler against India, while Kapil Dev’s 45 wickets represent the most wickets taken by an Indian bowler against Australia. B Lee is the only bowler to account for 50 plus wickets in Australia-India one day series

Australian bowlers have captured five or more wickets against India on 15 occasions. KH Macleay’s six for 39 at Nottingham on 13.06.83 is the best bowling figures by an Australian bowler against India. Indian bowlers have captured five or more wickets against Australia on six occasions. M Karthik’s six for 27 at Mumbai on 17.10.07 is the best bowling figures by an Indian bowler against Australia.

Australian bowlers have captured six wickets in an innings against India on two occasions. Indian bowlers have captured six wickets in an innings against Australia on three occasions.

Australian bowlers have captured four or more wickets in an innings against India on 33 occasions. Australian bowlers have captured exact four wickets in an innings against India on 18 occasions.

Indian bowlers have captured four or more wickets in an innings against Australia on 22 occasions. Indian bowlers have captured exact four wickets in an innings against India on 16 occasions.

PJ Cummins’ four for 29 at Nagpur on 05.03.19 provide the lone instance of an Australian bowler’s four plus wicket haul in a losing cause against India. There are eight occasion of Indian bowlers’ four plus wickets hauls in a losing cause against Australia. Kapil Dev’s five for 43 at Nottingham on 13.06.83 provide the lone occasion of a bowler’s five plus wicket haul going in vain in Australia-India one day series.

There are five occasions of Australian bowlers conceding 80 plus runs in an innings against India. CJ Mckay’s one for 89 at Bengaluru on 02.11.13 provides the most expensive bowling figures by an Australian bowler against India in terms of runs conceded

There is one occasion of Indian bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings against Australia without capturing a wicket. 

There are five occasions of Indian bowlers conceding 80 plus runs in an innings against Australia. R Vinay Kumar’s one for 102 at Bengaluru on 02.11.13 provides the most expensive bowling figures by an Indian bowler against Australia in terms of runs conceded.

There are two occasions of Indian bowlers conceding 80 plus runs in an innings against Australia without capturing a wicket. 

AC Gilchrist with 79 dismissals owns the record for most dismissals by an Australian wicket keeper against India. MS Dhoni with 62 dismissals owns the record for most dismissals by an Indian wicket keeper against Australia.

AC Gilchrist with 73 catches owns the record for most catches by an Australian wicket keeper against India. MS Dhoni with 44 catches owns the record for most catches by an Indian wicket keeper against Australia.

AC Gilchrist with six stumping dismissals owns the record for most stumping dismissals by an Australian wicket keeper against India. MS Dhoni with 18 stumping dismissals owns the record for most stumping dismissals by an Indian wicket keeper against Australia.

RT Ponting with 18 catches owns the record for most catches by an Australian fieldsman other than the wicket keepers against India. SR Tendulkar with 31 catches owns the record for most catches by an Indian fieldsman other than the wicket keepers against Australia.

As many as 64 three figure partnerships have been posted by Australian batsmen against India which include six partnerships of 200 plus runs. 258 runs unfinished partnership between AJ Finch and DA Warner for the first wicket at Mumbai on 14.01.20 is the highest partnership by Australian batsmen for any wicket against India

As many as 66 three figure partnerships have been posted by Indian batsmen against Australia which include three partnerships of 200 plus runs. 213 runs partnership between VVS Laxman and Yuvraj Singh for the fourth wicket at Sydney on 22.01.04 is the highest partnership by Indian batsmen for any wicket against Australia

RT Ponting with 59 appearances owns the record for most appearances by an Australian cricketer against India. SR Tendulkar with 71 appearances owns the record for most appearances by an Indian cricketer against Australia.

RT Ponting with 35 appearances owns the record for most appearances by an Australian captain against India. Australia has won 21 games, lost 10 games and 04 games have ended as No Result games against India under RT Ponting. MS Dhoni with 40 appearances owns the record for most appearances by an Indian captain against Australia. India has won 14 games, lost 21 games and 05 games have ended as No Result games against Australia under MS Dhoni.

GJ Maxwell with 33 boundary sixes to his credit owns the record for most boundary sixes by an Australian batsman against India. RG Sharma with 76 boundary sixes to his credit owns the record for most boundary sixes by an Indian batsman against Australia.

RT Ponting has an aggregate of 2164 runs from 59 winning games against India. SR Tendulkar has an aggregate of 1571 runs from 23 winning games against Australia.

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.