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Sri Lankan batsmen – one scoring a ninety and another a century in the same test innings

Sri Lankan batsmen – one scoring a ninety and another a century in the same test innings

BOP Fernando {91}, P Nissanka {103} and N Dickwella {96} scored nineties and century in the third innings of the test against West Indies at North Sound in the  first test of the just concluded series to provide the 21st occasion of at least Sri Lanka’s one batsman scoring a ninety and another scoring a century in the same test innings. All  such  occasions  are tabulated below

NoNoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
11S Wettimuny1571PakFaisalabad14 Mar 1982
 2RL Dias981PakFaisalabad14 Mar 1982
 3RS Madugalle91*1PakFaisalabad14 Mar 1982
        
21RL Dias973IndChennai17 Sep 1982
 2LRD Mendis1053IndChennai17 Sep 1982
        
31SAR Silva1111IndCol-PSS06 Sep 1985
 2RL Dias951IndCol-PSS06 Sep 1985
        
41RS Mahanama1091NZlCol-SSC06 Dec 1992
 2HP Tillakaratne931NZlCol-SSC06 Dec 1992
        
51HP Tillakaratne1083NZlDunedin18 Mar 1995
 2A Ranatunga903NZlDunedin18 Mar 1995
        
61M Jayawardene912ZimHarare26 Nov 1999
 2TM Dilshan163*2ZimHarare26 Nov 1999
        
71Sangakkara1402WinGalle13 Nov 2001
 2M Jayawardene992WinGalle13 Nov 2001
        
81ST Jayasuriya921ZimCol-SSC27 Dec 2001
 2Sangakkara1281ZimCol-SSC27 Dec 2001
 3HP Tillakaratne961ZimCol-SSC27 Dec 2001
 4Samaraweera123*1ZimCol-SSC27 Dec 2001
        
91M Jayawardene213*1EngGalle18 Dec 2007
 2WPUJC Vaas901EngGalle18 Dec 2007
        
101TM Dilshan1621BanChattogram03 Jan 2009
 2CK Kapugedera961BanChattogram03 Jan 2009
        
111TM Dilshan921NZlGalle18 Aug 2009
 2M Jayawardene1141NZlGalle18 Aug 2009
 3Samaraweera1591NZlGalle18 Aug 2009
        
121M Jayawardene921NZlCol-SSC26 Aug 2009
 2Samaraweera1431NZlCol-SSC26 Aug 2009
        
131Sangakkara1093NZlCol-SSC26 Aug 2009
 2M Jayawardene963NZlCol-SSC26 Aug 2009
        
141TM Dilshan1091IndMum-BS02 Dec 2009
 2AD Mathews991IndMum-BS02 Dec 2009
        
151M Jayawardene1054AusGalle31 Aug 2011
 2AD Mathews954AusGalle31 Aug 2011
        
161TM Dilshan921PakSharjah03 Nov 2011
 2Sangakkara1441PakSharjah03 Nov 2011
        
171JK Silva952PakDub-DSC08 Jan 2014
 2M Jayawardene1292PakDub-DSC08 Jan 2014
        
181Sangakkara2212PakGalle06 Aug 2014
 2AD Mathews912PakGalle06 Aug 2014
        
191JK Silva941ZimHarare29 Oct 2016
 2MDKJ Perera1101ZimHarare29 Oct 2016
        
201F Karunaratne931PakA Dhabi28 Sep 2017
 2LD Chandimal155*1PakA Dhabi28 Sep 2017
        
211AD Mathews1101EngGalle22 Jan 2021
 2N Dickwella921EngGalle22 Jan 2021
        
221BOP Fernando913WinN Sound21 Mar 2021
 2P Nissanka1033WinN Sound21 Mar 2021
 3N Dickwella963WinN Sound21 Mar 2021

BOP Fernando {91}, P Nissanka {103} and N Dickwella {96} scored nineties and century in the third innings of the test against West Indies at North Sound in the first test of the just concluded series to provide the second occasion of Sri Lanka’s two batsmen scoring nineties and another scoring a century in the same test innings. Both such occasions are tabulated below. The first such occasion was witnessed against Pakistan at Faisalabad in March 198

NoNoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
11S Wettimuny1571PakFaisalabad14 Mar 1982
 2RL Dias981PakFaisalabad14 Mar 1982
 3RS Madugalle91*1PakFaisalabad14 Mar 1982
        
21BOP Fernando913WinN Sound21 Mar 2021
 2P Nissanka1033WinN Sound21 Mar 2021
 3N Dickwella963WinN Sound21 Mar 2021
Sri Lankan wicket keeper batsmen scoring ninety in a test innings

Sri Lankan wicket keeper batsmen scoring ninety in a test innings

N Dickwella of Sri Lanka scored 96 against West Indies at North Sound in the first test of the just concluded test series to provide the 76th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a ninety in the annals of test cricket.

It also provides the seventh occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a ninety against West Indies and also provides the fourth occasion of a Sri Lankan batsman scoring a ninety in a test innings. All such occasions are tabulated in the following tables.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1Imtiaz Ahmed913PakWinBridgetown17 Jan 1958
2JM Parks912EngWinLord’s16 Jun 1966
3RW Marsh971AusWinKingston16 Feb 1973
4RC Russell911EngWinThe Oval24 Aug 1995
5RR Pant921IndWinRajkot04 Oct 2018
6RR Pant922IndWinHyd-RGS12 Oct 2018
7N Dickwella963SrlWinN Sound21 Mar 2021
        
NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1CI Dunusinghe913SrlNZlNapier11 Mar 1995
2KC Sangakkara953SrlEngKandy07 Mar 2001
3N Dickwella921SrlEngGalle22 Jan 2021
4N Dickwella963SrlWinN Sound21 Mar 2021
Sri Lankan batsmen scoring a century on debut

Sri Lankan batsmen scoring a century on debut

P Nissanka of Sri Lanka scored 103 against West Indies at North Sound in the first test of the just concluded two series, to provide the 110th occasion of a batsman scoring a century on debut in the annals of test cricket.

It also provides the 16th occasion of a batsman scoring a century on debut against West Indies. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsITeamGroundStart Date
1SC Griffith1401EngTrinidad11 Feb 1948
2JH Hampshire1072EngLord’s26 Jun 1969
3FC Hayes106*4EngThe Oval26 Jul 1973
4GJ Cosier1092AusMelbourne26 Dec 1975
5AC Hudson1632SAFBridgetown18 Apr 1992
6MS Sinclair2141NZkWellington26 Dec 1999
7H Masakadza1193ZimHarare27 Jul 2001
8SB Styris1071NZlSt George’s28 Jun 2002
9MJ Prior126*1EngLord’s17 May 2007
10Abul Hasan1131BanKhulna21 Nov 2012
11RG Sharma1772IndKolkata06 Nov 2013
12S van Zyl101*1SAFCenturion17 Dec 2014
13AC Voges130*2AusRoseau03 Jun 2015
14TA Blundell107*2NZlWellington01 Dec 2017
15PP Shaw1341IndRajkot04 Oct 2018
16P Nissanka1033SrlN Sound21 Mar 2021

P Nissanka became the fourth Sri Lankan batsman to score a century on debut. Others are DSBP Kuruppu, RS Kaluwitharana and TT Samaraweera. P Nissanka. P Nissanka became the first Sri Lankan batsman to score a century on debut on away soil. The following table lists all the four batsmen

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1DSBP Kuruppu201*1NZlCol-CCC16 Apr 1987
2Kaluwitharana132*2AusCol-SSC17 Aug 1992
3Samaraweera103*2IndCol-SSC29 Aug 2001
4P Nissanka1033WinN Sound21 Mar 2021
Teams posting 350 plus runs in the third innings of a test after being asked to follow-on

Teams posting 350 plus runs in the third innings of a test after being asked to follow-on

Zimbabwe posted a total of 365 in the third innings of a test after being asked to follow on in the just concluded test against Zimbabwe at Abu Dhabi to provide the 54th occasion of a team posting a total  of 350 plus  runs in its  third innings after being asked to follow on in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoTeamScoreOversIOppGroundStart Date
1Eng437181.43AusSydney14 Dec 1894
2Aus408121.03EngSydney13 Dec 1897
3Aus372/7d78.03SAFJo’burg11 Oct 1902
4SAF401122.13AusSydney03 Mar 1911
5SAF472/8d195.03AusJo’burg12 Nov 1921
6SAF390143.43EngBir’ham14 Jun 1924
7Aus427/6d184.03EngNot’ham10 Jun 1938
8SAF353114.2×83EngDurban20 Jan 1939
9Eng551226.23SAFNot’ham07 Jun 1947
10Win367148.23EngNot’ham04 Jul 1957
11Pak657/8d319.03WinB’town17 Jan 1958
12Eng497/5184.03IndKanpur01 Dec 1961
13Ind422143.13WinTrinidad04 Apr 1962
14Ind463/5d154.43NZlMum-BS12 Mar 1965
15NZl413175.43EngBir’ham27 May 1965
16SAF367166.33AusC Town31 Dec 1966
17Ind510209.23EngLeeds08 Jun 1967
18Win391/9d135.03EngKingston08 Feb 1968
19NZl367/6118.4×83WinCh’church13 Mar 1969
20Win385/5136.03IndKingston18 Feb 1971
21Eng538233.53AusThe Oval28 Aug 1975
22NZl36092.4×83PakLahore09 Oct 1976
23Aus413151.33IndDelhi13 Oct 1979
24Eng35687.33AusLeeds16 Jul 1981
25Ind369111.53EngLord’s10 Jun 1982
26Ind371/6156.03PakLahore17 Oct 1984
27Eng477/4d154.03IndThe Oval23 Aug 1990
28Win385132.53EngThe Oval08 Aug 1991
29NZl361119.03SrlCol-SSC06 Dec 1992
30Eng365165.53AusLord’s17 Jun 1993
31Pak537152.13AusR’pindi05 Oct 1994
32Eng369/9171.03SAFMan’ter02 Jul 1998
33SAF572/7209.23EngDurban26 Dec 1999
34Zim370178.33NZlHarare19 Sep 2000
35Zim503/6161.03IndNagpur25 Nov 2000
36Ind657/7d178.03AusKolkata11 Mar 2001
37Zim391171.53SAFHarare07 Sep 2001
38SAF452141.53AusSydney02 Jan 2002
39Eng529/5d191.03SrlLord’s16 May 2002
40Eng387120.43AusMel’rne26 Dec 2002
41Eng422/5137.03WinSt John’s10 Apr 2004
42Aus387124.03EngNot’ham25 Aug 2005
43Srl537/9199.03EngLord’s11 May 2006
44SAF393/3d167.03EngLord’s10 Jul 2008
45Ind476/4180.03NZlNapier26 Mar 2009
46NZl407134.53AusWel’ton19 Mar 2010
47Ban382110.23EngLord’s27 May 2010
48Win463126.33IndKolkata14 Nov 2011
49Eng406154.33IndAhm’bad15 Nov 2012
50Win507162.13NZlDunedin03 Dec 2013
51Srl407154.03NZlCh’church26 Dec 2014
52Srl475128.23EngCh-le-St27 May 2016
53Srl386116.53IndCol-SSC03 Aug 2017
54Zim365148.53AfgA Dhabi10 Mar 2021

The following table lists the eleven occasions of a team posting 500 plus runs in the third innings of a test after being asked to follow on. The list includes two occasions of team posting identical scores of 657d for 8 and 657 for 7d. The first occasion was by Pakistan against West Indies at Bridgetown in Jan 1958 and the second occasion was by India against Australia  at Kolkata in Mar 2001. These two tests have got their own importance in the annals of test cricket, When Pakistan posted 657 for 8 in the third innings of the test, its opening batsman scored 337. This innings is also the longest test innings – 16 hours and 53 minutes. India’s total of 657 for 7d was built on VVS Laxman’s 281 and R Dravid’s 180 and their 376 runs partnership for the fifth wicket. India won this test by 171 runs to provide the second occasion of a team winning a test after being asked to follow on.

NoTeamScoreOversIOppGroundStart Date
1Pak657/8d319.03WinB’town17 Jan 1958
2Ind657/7d178.03AusKolkata11 Mar 2001
        
3SAF572/7209.23EngDurban26 Dec 1999
4Eng551226.23SAFNot’ham07 Jun 1947
5Eng538233.53AusThe Oval28 Aug 1975
6Srl537/9199.03EngLord’s11 May 2006
7Pak537152.13AusR’pindi05 Oct 1994
8Eng529/5d191.03SrlLord’s16 May 2002
9Ind510209.23EngLeeds08 Jun 1967
10Win507162.13NZlDunedin03 Dec 2013
11Zim503/6161.03IndNagpur25 Nov 2000

Zimbabwe has posted 350 plus runs on four occasions in the third innings  of a test after follow on. All such occasions are  tabulated below.

NoTeamScoreOversIOppGroundStart Date
1Zim503/6161.03IndNagpur25 Nov 2000
2Zim391171.53SAFHarare07 Sep 2001
3Zim370178.33NZlHarare19 Sep 2000
4Zim365148.53AfgA Dhabi10 Mar 2021

The following  are the ten occasions  when a team has declared the third innings of a test closed after it was asked to follow on. It includes two scores of 650 plus runs.

NoTeamScoreOversIOppGroundStart Date
1Pak657/8d319.03WinB’town17 Jan 1958
2Ind657/7d178.03AusKolkata11 Mar 2001
        
3Eng529/5d191.03SrlLord’s16 May 2002
4Eng477/4d154.03IndThe Oval23 Aug 1990
5SAF472/8d195.03AusJo’burg12 Nov 1921
6Ind463/5d154.43NZlMum-BS12 Mar 1965
7Aus427/6d184.03EngNot’ham10 Jun 1938
8SAF393/3d167.03EngLord’s10 Jul 2008
9Win391/9d135.03EngKingston08 Feb 1968
10Aus372/7d078.03SAFJo’burg11 Oct 1902
Captain’s 150 plus score in a test innings in losing cause

Captain’s 150 plus score in a test innings in losing cause

SC Williams of Zimbabwe scored 151 not out against Afghanistan in the just concluded test at Abu Dhabi. His knock was in a losing cause to provide the 12th occasion of a captain’s 150 plus score going in vain. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1WL Murdoch153*3AusEngThe Oval06.09.1880
2BE Congdon1764NZlEngNot’ham09.06.73
3AR Border152*3AusNZlBrisbane08.11.85
4Tendulkar1692IndSAFC’Town02.01.97
5SR Waugh1991AusWinB’town26.03.99
6BC Lara2022WinSAFJo’burg12.12.03
7Trescothick1932EngPakMultan12.11.05
8MJ Clarke1511AusSAFC’Town09.11.11
9AN Cook1763EngIndAhm’bad15.11.12
10M Rahim1591BanNZlWel’ton12.01.17
11V Kohli1532IndSAFCenturion13.01.18
12SC Williams151*3ZimAfgA Dhabi10.03.11
Batsmen who have scored 200 plus runs and remained not out in a test innings – Some interesting observations

Batsmen who have scored 200 plus runs and remained not out in a test innings – Some interesting observations

H Shahidi of Afghanistan scored 200 not out against Zimbabwe in the just concluded test against Zimbabwe at Abu Dhabi to provide the 389th occasion of a batsman scoring 200 plus runs in a test innings. It is first 200 plus  runs score by an Afghanistan batsman and it also provides the 15th occasion of a batsman scoring 200 plus runs in a test innings against Zimbabwe

It also provides the 103rd occasion of a batsman scoring 200 plus runs and remaining not out in a test innings in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1VT Trumper214*2AusSAFAdelaide07.01.11
2J Ryder201*1AusEngAdelaide16.01.25
3EH Hendren205*3EngWinTrinidad01.02.30
4DG Bradman299*2AusSAFAdelaide29.01.32
5WR Hammond336*2EngNZlAuckland31.03.33
6GA Headley270*1WinEngKingston14.03.35
7WR Hammond231*1EngAusSydney18.12.36
8E Paynter216*1EngAusNot’ham10.06.38
9WA Brown206*2AusEngLord’s24.06.38
10J Hardstaff jnr205*2EngIndLord’s22.06.46
11L Hutton202*2EngWinThe Oval12.08.50
12DJ McGlew255*1SAFNZlWel’ton06.03.53
13B Sutcliffe230*1NZlIndDelhi16.12.55
14PBH May285*3EngWinBirm’ham30.05.57
15GS Sobers365*2WinPakKingston26.02.58
16MAK Pataudi203*3IndEngDelhi08.02.64
17DN Sardesai200*3IndNZlMum-BS12.03.65
18Hanif Mohd203*1PakNZlLahore02.04.65
19JH Edrich310*1EngNZlLeeds08.07.65
20BF Butcher209*3WinEngNot’ham30.06.66
21G Boycott246*1EngIndLeeds08.06.67
22GM Turner223*2NZlWinKingston16.02.72
23DL Amiss262*3EngWinKingston16.02.74
24GS Chappell247*1AusNZlWel’ton01.03.74
25D Lloyd214*2EngIndBirm’ham04.07.74
26CH Lloyd242*1WinIndMumbai23.01.75
27Zaheer Abbas235*2PakIndLahore27.10.78
28DI Gower200*1EngIndBirm’ham12.07.79
29Taslim Arif210*2PakAusFaisalabad06.03.80
30J Miandad280*1PakIndHyd-Pak14.01.83
31SM Gavaskar236*2IndWinChennai24.12.83
32CG Greenidge214*4WinEngLord’s28.06.84
33J Miandad203*2PakSrlFaisalabad16.10.85
34DSBP Kuruppu201*1SrlNZlCol-CCC16.04.87
35Shoaib Mohd203*2PakIndLahore01.12.89
36Shoaib Mohd203*2PakNZlKarachi10.10.90
37AR Border200*1AusEngLeeds22.07.93
38GW Flower201*1ZimPakHarare31.01.95
39JC Adams208*1WinNZlSt John’s27.04.96
40Wasim Akram257*2PakZimShe;pura17.10.96
41BA Young267*1NZlSrlDunedin07.03.97
42GJ Whittall203*1ZimNZlBulawayo25.09.97
43MA Taylor334*1AusPakPeshawar15.10.98
44DJ Cullinan275*1SAFNZlAuckland27.02.99
45HH Gibbs211*2SAFNZlCh’church11.03.99
46Inzamam200*2PakSrlDhaka12.03.99
47MS Atapattu216*2SrlZimBulawayo18.11.99
48MS Atapattu207*1SrlPakKandy28.06.00
49R Dravid200*2IndZimDelhi18.11.00
50SR Tendulkar201*1IndZimNagpur25.11.00
51A Flower232*3ZimIndNagpur25.11.00
52MS Atapattu201*1SrlEngGalle22.02.01
53MS Sinclair204*1NZlPakCh’church15.03.01
54Tillakaratne204*2SrlWinCol-SSC29.11.01
55Mohd Yousuf204*2PakBanCha’gram16.01.02
56AC Gilchrist204*1AusSAFJo’burg22.02.02
57GP Thorpe200*3EngNZlCh’church13.03.02
58JA Rudolph222*2SAFBanCha’gram24.04.03
59SP Fleming274*1NZlSrlCol-PSS25.04.03
60SR Tendulkar241*1IndAusSydney02.01.04
61BC Lara400*1WinEngSt John’s10.04.04
62RR Sarwan261*2WinBanKingston04.06.04
63SR Tendulkar248*2IndBanDhaka10.12.04
64S Chanderpaul203*1WinSAFG’town31.03.05
65BJ Hodge203*3AusSAFPerth16.12.05
66JN Gillespie201*2AusBanCha’gram16.04.06
67KC Sangakkara200*2SrlBanCol-PSS03.07.07
68KC Sangakkara222*2SrlBanKandy11.07.07
69M Jayawardene213*1SrlEngGalle18.12.07
70AB de Villiers217*2SAFIndAh’dabad03.04.08
71V Sehwag201*1IndSrlGalle31.07.08
72VVS Laxman200*1IndAusDelhi29.10.08
73HM Amla253*1SAFIndNagpur06.02.10
74AB de Villiers278*1SAFPakA Dhabi20.11.10
75AN Cook235*3EngAusBrisbane25.11.10
76JH Kallis201*2SAFIndCenturion16.12.10
77KP Pietersen202*1EngIndLord’s21.07.11
78Younis Khan200*2PakBanCha’gram09.12.11
79MJ Clarke329*2AusIndSydney03.01.12
80HM Amla311*2SAFEngThe Oval19.07.12
81MJ Clarke259*2AusSAFBrisbane09.11.12
82S Chanderpaul203*1WinBanDhaka13.11.12
83CA Pujara206*1IndEngAh’dabad15.11.12
84Younis Khan200*3PakZimHarare03.09.13
85LRPL Taylor217*1NZlWinDunedin03.12.13
86M Jayawardene203*2SrlBanDhaka27.01.14
87JE Root200*1EngSrlLord’s12.06.14
88KS Williamson242*3NZlSrlWel’ton03.01.15
89AC Voges269*1AusWinHobart10.12.15
90Azhar Ali302*1PakWinDub-DSC13.10.16
91KK Nair303*2IndEngChennai16.12.16
92Azhar Ali205*1PakAusMel’rne26.12.16
93AN Cook244*2EngAusMel’rne26.12.17
94M Rahim219*1BanZimDhaka11.11.18
95TWM Latham264*2NZlSrlWel’ton15.12.18
96JO Holder202*3WinEngB’town23.01.19
97KS Williamson200*2NZlBanHamilton28.02.19
98V Kohli254*1IndSAFPune10.10.19
99DA Warner335*1AusPakAdelaide29.11.19
100AD Mathews200*2SrlZimHarare19.01.20
101Mushfiqur Rahim203*2BanZimDhaka22.02.20
102KR Mayers210*4WinBanCha’gram03.02.21
103H Shahidi200*1AfgZimA Dhabi10.03.21

It also provides the first score of 200 not out by an Afghanistan batsman in a test innings and the ninth occasion of a batsman scoring 200 plus runs and remaining not out in a test innings against Zimbabwe. All such occasion are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1Wasim Akram257*2PakZimShe;pura17.10.96
2MS Atapattu216*2SrlZimBulawayo18.11.99
3R Dravid200*2IndZimDelhi18.11.00
4SR Tendulkar201*1IndZimNagpur25.11.00
5Younis Khan200*3PakZimHarare03.09.13
6M Rahim219*1BanZimDhaka11.11.18
7AD Mathews200*2SrlZimHarare19.01.20
8Mushfiqur Rahim203*2BanZimDhaka22.02.20
9H Shahidi200*1AfgZimA Dhabi10.03.21

It also provides the 14th occasion of a batsman scoring exact 200 runs and remaining not out in a test innings. All such occasion are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1DN Sardesai200*3IndNZlMum-BS12.03.65
2DI Gower200*1EngIndBirm’ham12.07.79
3AR Border200*1AusEngLeeds22.07.93
4Inzamam200*2PakSrlDhaka12.03.99
5R Dravid200*2IndZimDelhi18.11.00
6GP Thorpe200*3EngNZlCh’church13.03.02
7KC Sangakkara200*2SrlBanCol-PSS03.07.07
8VVS Laxman200*1IndAusDelhi29.10.08
9Younis Khan200*2PakBanCha’gram09.12.11
10Younis Khan200*3PakZimHarare03.09.13
11JE Root200*1EngSrlLord’s12.06.14
12KS Williamson200*2NZlBanHamilton28.02.19
13AD Mathews200*2SrlZimHarare19.01.20
14H Shahidi200*1AfgZimA Dhabi10.03.21

The following batsmen have scored 200 plus runs and remained not out on two or more occasions. MS Atapattu and SR Tendulkar have scored 200 plus runs and remained not out on three occasions.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1MS Atapattu216*2SrlZimBulawayo18.11.99
2MS Atapattu207*1SrlPakKandy28.06.00
3MS Atapattu201*1SrlEngGalle22.02.01
        
1SR Tendulkar201*1IndZimNagpur25.11.00
2SR Tendulkar241*1IndAusSydney02.01.04
3SR Tendulkar248*2IndBanDhaka10.12.04
        
1AB de Villiers217*2SAFIndAh’dabad03.04.08
2AB de Villiers278*1SAFPakA Dhabi20.11.10
        
1AN Cook235*3EngAusBrisbane25.11.10
2AN Cook244*2EngAusMel’rne26.12.17
        
1Azhar Ali302*1PakWinDub-DSC13.10.16
2Azhar Ali205*1PakAusMel’rne26.12.16
        
1HM Amla253*1SAFIndNagpur06.02.10
2HM Amla311*2SAFEngThe Oval19.07.12
        
1J Miandad280*1PakIndHyd-Pak14.01.83
2J Miandad203*2PakSrlFaisalabad16.10.85
        
1KC Sangakkara200*2SrlBanCol-PSS03.07.07
2KC Sangakkara222*2SrlBanKandy11.07.07
        
1KS Williamson242*3NZlSrlWel’ton03.01.15
2KS Williamson200*2NZlBanHamilton28.02.19
        
1M Jayawardene213*1SrlEngGalle18.12.07
2M Jayawardene203*2SrlBanDhaka27.01.14
        
1MJ Clarke329*2AusIndSydney03.01.12
2MJ Clarke259*2AusSAFBrisbane09.11.12
        
1S Chanderpaul203*1WinSAFG’town31.03.05
2S Chanderpaul203*1WinBanDhaka13.11.12
        
1Shoaib Mohd203*2PakIndLahore01.12.89
2Shoaib Mohd203*2PakNZlKarachi10.10.90
        
1WR Hammond336*2EngNZlAuckland31.03.33
2WR Hammond231*1EngAusSydney18.12.36
        
1Younis Khan200*2PakBanCha’gram09.12.11
2Younis Khan200*3PakZimHarare03.09.13

S Chanderpaul, Shoaib Ahmed and Younis Khan  have scored similar score of 200 plus runs and remained not out on two occasions. S Chanderpaul and Shoaib Ahmed  have  scored 203 not out  on two occasions,  while Younis Khan has  scored 200 not out on two occasions.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1S Chanderpaul203*1WinSAFG’town31.03.05
2S Chanderpaul203*1WinBanDhaka13.11.12
        
1Shoaib Mohd203*2PakIndLahore01.12.89
2Shoaib Mohd203*2PakNZlKarachi10.10.90
        
1Younis Khan200*2PakBanCha’gram09.12.11
2Younis Khan200*3PakZimHarare03.09.13

Azhar Ali, HM Amla, MJ Clarke and WR Hammond are the four batsmen who have scored 300 plus runs and 200 plus runs remaining not out on both the occasions

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1Azhar Ali302*1PakWinDub-DSC13.10.16
2Azhar Ali205*1PakAusMel’rne26.12.16
        
1HM Amla253*1SAFIndNagpur06.02.10
2HM Amla311*2SAFEngThe Oval19.07.12
        
1MJ Clarke329*2AusIndSydney03.01.12
2MJ Clarke259*2AusSAFBrisbane09.11.12
        
1WR Hammond336*2EngNZlAuckland31.03.33
2WR Hammond231*1EngAusSydney18.12.36

HM Amla and MJ Clarke are the two batsmen who have scored 300 plus runs and 250 plus runs remaining not out on both the occasions

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1Azhar Ali302*1PakWinDub-DSC13.10.16
2Azhar Ali205*1PakAusMel’rne26.12.16
        
1HM Amla253*1SAFIndNagpur06.02.10
2HM Amla311*2SAFEngThe Oval19.07.12
        
1MJ Clarke329*2AusIndSydney03.01.12
2MJ Clarke259*2AusSAFBrisbane09.11.12
        
1WR Hammond336*2EngNZlAuckland31.03.33
2WR Hammond231*1EngAusSydney18.12.36

The following ten batsmen have scored  300 plus runs and remained not out in a test innings.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1BC Lara400*1WinEngSt John’s10.04.04
2GS Sobers365*2WinPakKingston26.02.58
3WR Hammond336*2EngNZlAuckland31.03.33
4DA Warner335*1AusPakAdelaide29.11.19
5MA Taylor334*1AusPakPeshawar15.10.98
6MJ Clarke329*2AusIndSydney03.01.12
7HM Amla311*2SAFEngThe Oval19.07.12
8JH Edrich310*1EngNZlLeeds08.07.65
9KK Nair303*2IndEngChennai16.12.16
10Azhar Ali302*1PakWinDub-DSC13.10.16
Three hundred plus runs partnerships in a test innings

Three hundred plus runs partnerships in a test innings

A Afghan and H Shahidi of Afghanistan added 307 runs for the fourth wicket in the ongoing test against Zimbabwe at Abu Dhabi to provide the  103rd occasion of batsmen  posting a 300 plus runs partnership in a test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPartnersWktRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1JB Hobbs, W Rhodes13232EngAusMelbourne09.02.12
2Bradman, Ponsford43882AusEngLeeds20.07.34
3Bradman, Ponsford24511AusEngThe Oval18.08.34
4Bradman, Fingleton63463AusEngMelbourne01.01.37
5L Hutton, M Leyland23821EngAusThe Oval20.08.38
6SG Barnes, Bradman54052AusEngSydney13.12.46
7A Melville, AD Nourse33191SAFEngNottingham07.06.47
8Compton, WJ Edrich33701EngSAFLord’s21.06.47
9Bradman, AR Morris23014AusEngLeeds22.07.48
10L Hutton, Washbrook13591EngSAFJo’burg27.12.48
11ED Weekes, Worrell33381WinEngPoof Spain17.03.54
12DS Atkinson, Depeiaza73472WinAusBridgetown14.05.55
13I Ahmed, W Hasan73082PakNZlLahore26.10.55
14MH Mankad, P Roy14131IndNZlChennai06.01.56
15MC Cowdrey, PBH May44113EngWinBirmingham30.05.57
16CC Hunte, GS Sobers24462WinPakKingston26.02.58
17GS Sobers, Worrell43992WinEngBridgetown06.01.60
18EJ Barlow, RG Pollock33412SAFAusAdelaide24.01.64
19WM Lawry, RB Simpson13821AusWinBridgetown05.05.65
20Barrington, JH Edrich23691EngNZlLeeds08.07.65
21WM Lawry, KD Walters43361AusWinSydney14.02.69
22TW Jarvis, GM Turner13872NZlWinGeorgetown06.04.72
23Asif Iqbal, M Mohd43501PakNZlDunedin07.02.73
24Kallicharran, Richards33031WinEngNottingham03.06.76
25SM Gavaskar, Vengsarkar2344*3IndWinKolkata29.12.78
26GR Viswanath, Y Sharma33161IndEngChennai13.01.82
27J Miandad, M Nazar34511PakIndHyd-Pak14.01.83
28Richards, Richardson33082WinAusJohn’s07.04.84
29DI Gower, Robinson23312EngAusBirmingham15.08.85
30GA Gooch, DI Gower23511EngAusThe Oval29.08.85
31J Miandad, Qasim Umar33972PakSrlFaisalabad16.10.85
32GR Marsh, MA Taylor13291AusEngNottingham10.08.89
33GA Gooch, AJ Lamb33081EngIndLord’s26.07.90
34MD Crowe, AH Jones34673NZlSrlWellington31.01.91
35J Miandad, Saleem Malik43221PakEngBirmingham04.06.92
36AR Border, Waugh5332*1AusEngLeeds22.07.93
37MA Atherton, RA Smith33032EngWinJohn’s16.04.94
38S Mushtaq, W Akram83132PakZimSheikhupura17.10.96
39GS Blewett, Waugh53852AusSAFJo’burg28.02.97
40Jayasuriya, Mahanama25762SrlIndCol-RPS02.08.97
41Aamer Sohail, Inzamam33232PakWinRawalpindi29.11.97
42HH Gibbs, JH Kallis2315*2SAFNZlChristchurch11.03.99
43Ijaz Ahmed, Inzamam3352*2PakSrlDhaka12.03.99
44JC Adams, BC Lara53222WinAusKingston13.03.99
45JL Langer, Ponting53272AusPakPerth26.11.99
46Atapattu, Jayasuriya13351SrlPakKandy28.06.00
47R Dravid, VVS Laxman53763InfAusKolkata11.03.01
48Gilchrist, DR Martyn63171AusSAFJo’burg22.02.02
49HH Gibbs, GC Smith13681SAFPakCape Town02.01.03
50DS Lehmann, Ponting33151AusWinPoof Spain19.04.03
51Dippenaar, JA Rudolph3429*2SAFBanChattogram24.04.03
52HH Gibbs, GC Smith13381SAFEngBirmingham24.07.03
53R Dravid, VVS Laxman53032IndAusAdelaide12.12.03
54VVS Laxman, Tendulkar43531IndAusSydney02.01.04
55HH Gibbs, GC Smith13011SAFWinCenturion16.01.04
56V Sehwag, Tendulkar33361IndPakMultan28.03.04
57Atapattu, Sangakkara24382SrlZimBulawayo14.05.04
58Inzamam, Younis Khan33241PakIndBengaluru24.03.05
59CH Gayle, RR Sarwan23312WinSAFJohn’s29.04.05
60Mohd Yousuf, Younis Khan33191PakIndLahore13.01.06
61R Dravid, V Sehwag14102IndPakLahore13.01.06
62JN Gillespie, MEK Hussey43202AusBanChattogram16.04.06
63M J’wardene, Sangakkara36242SrlSAFCol-SSC)27.07.06
64Mohd Yousuf, Younis Khan33632PakEngLeeds04.08.06
65Collingwood, Pietersen43101EngAusAdelaide01.12.06
66M J’wardene, Sangakkara33112SrlBanKandy11.07.07
67HM Amla, JH Kallis33303SAFNZlJo’burg08.11.07
68Ganguly, Yuvraj Singh53001IndPakBengaluru08.12.07
69ND McKenzie, GC Smith14151SAFBanChattogram29.02.08
70R Dravid, G Gambhir23141IndEngMohali19.12.08
71M J’wardene, S’weera44371SrlPakKarachi21.02.09
72M J’wardene, H J’wardene63512SrlIndAhmedabad16.11.09
73MJ Clarke, Ponting43521AusPakHobart14.01.10
74HM Amla, JH Kallis33401SAFIndNagpur06.02.10
75MJ Guptill, McCullum63391NZlBanHamilton15.02.10
76SCJ Broad, IJL Trott83321EngPakLord’s26.08.10
77Tendulkar, M Vijay33082IndAusBengaluru09.10.10
78BJ Haddin, MEK Hussey63072AusEngBrisbane25.11.10
79AN Cook, IJL Trott2329*3EngAusBrisbane25.11.10
80IR Bell, KP Pietersen33501EngIndThe Oval18.08.11
81MJ Clarke, MEK Hussey5334*2AusIndSydney03.01.12
82MJ Clarke, Ponting43861AusIndAdelaide24.01.12
83HM Amla, JH Kallis3377*2SAFEngThe Oval19.07.12
84DM Bravo, MN Samuels33262WinBanKhulna21.11.12
85CA Pujara, M Vijay23702IndAusHyd-RGS02.03.13
86de Villiers, GC Smith53382SAFPakDub-DSC23.10.13
87McCullum, BJ Watling63523NZlIndWellington14.02.14
88HM Amla, AB de Villiers43081SAFWinCenturion17.12.14
89BJ Watling, Williamson6365*3NZlSrlWellington03.01.15
90Imrul Kayes, Tamim Iqbal13123BanPakKhulna28.04.15
91UT Khawaja, Warner23021AusNZlPerth13.11.15
92SE Marsh, AC Voges44491AusWinHobart10.12.15
93JM Bairstow, Stokes63991EngSAFCape Town02.01.16
94V Kohli, AM Rahane43651IndNZlIndore08.10.16
95M Rahim, S Al Hasan53591BanNZlWellington12.01.17
96MR Marsh, SPD Smith53012AusEngPerth14.12.17
97DM de Silva, BKG Mendis23082SrlBanChattogram31.01.18
98JA Burns, TM Head43081AusSrlCanberra01.02.19
99MA Agarwal, RG Sharma13171IndSAFVizag02.10.19
100Labuschagne, Warner23611AusPakAdelaide29.11.19
101JC Buttler, Z Crawley53591EngPakSouthampton21.08.20
102HM Nicholls, Williamson43692NZlPakChristchurch03.01.21
103A Afghan, H Shahidi43071AfgZimAbu Dhabi10.03.21

It also provides the first occasion of Afghanistan batsmen posting a 300 plus runs partnership in a test innings.

NoPartnersWktRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1A Afghan, H Shahidi43071AfgZimAbu Dhabi10.03.21

It also provides the third occasion of batsmen posting a 300 plus runs partnership in a test innings against Zimbabwe. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPartnersWktRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1S Mushtaq, W Akram83132PakZimSheikhupura17.10.96
2Atapattu, Sangakkara24382SrlZimBulawayo14.05.04
3A Afghan, H Shahidi43071AfgZimAbu Dhabi10.03.21

It also provides the 18th occasion of batsmen posting a 300 plus runs partnership in a test innings for the fourth wicket. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPartnersRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1Bradman, Ponsford3882AusEngLeeds20.07.34
2MC Cowdrey, PBH May4113EngWinBirmingham30.05.57
3GS Sobers, Worrell3992WinEngBridgetown06.01.60
4WM Lawry, KD Walters3361AusWinSydney14.02.69
5Asif Iqbal, M Mohd3501PakNZlDunedin07.02.73
6J Miandad, Saleem Malik3221PakEngBirmingham04.06.92
7VVS Laxman, Tendulkar3531IndAusSydney02.01.04
8JN Gillespie, MEK Hussey3202AusBanChattogram16.04.06
9Collingwood, Pietersen3101EngAusAdelaide01.12.06
10M J’wardene, S’weera4371SrlPakKarachi21.02.09
11MJ Clarke, Ponting3521AusPakHobart14.01.10
12MJ Clarke, Ponting3861AusIndAdelaide24.01.12
13HM Amla, AB de Villiers3081SAFWinCenturion17.12.14
14SE Marsh, AC Voges4491AusWinHobart10.12.15
15V Kohli, AM Rahane3651IndNZlIndore08.10.16
16JA Burns, TM Head3081AusSrlCanberra01.02.19
17HM Nicholls, Williamson3692NZlPakChristchurch03.01.21
18A Afghan, H Shahidi3071AfgZimAbu Dhabi10.03.21

It also provides the record partnership by Afghanistan batsmen in a test innings. The previous best was the 139 partnership for the second wicket between Ihshanulla and Rahmat Shah against Ireland at Dehradun in March 2019

NoPartnersWktRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1A Afghan, H Shahidi43071AfgZimA Dhabi10.03.21
2Ihshanullah, R Shah2139 AfgIreDehradun15.03.19
Three figure partnerships for the consecutive seventh and eighth wickets in a test innings

Three figure partnerships for the consecutive seventh and eighth wickets in a test innings

In the fourth test against England at Ahmadabad, Indian batsmen posted three figure partnerships for the consecutive seventh and eight wickets. RR Pant-Washington Sundar added 113 runs for the seventh wicket and W Sundar-AR Patel added 106 runs for the eighth wicket.

The feat by Indian batsmen provides the third occasion of batsmen posting three figure partnerships for the consecutive seventh and eight wickets. It also provides the first such occasion by Indian batsmen. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPartnersWktRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1GB Hogg, A Symonds71731AusIndSydney02.01.08
2B Lee, A Symonds81141AusIndSydney02.01.08
         
1IR Bell, MJ Prior71072EngAusSydney03.01.11
2TT Bresnan, MJ Prior81022EngAusSydney03.01.11
         
1RR Pant, W Sundar71132IndEngAhmadabad04.03.21
2AR Patel, W Sundar81062IndEngAhmadabad04.03.21
Some more stats on the fourth test between India and England at Ahmadabad

Some more stats on the fourth test between India and England at Ahmadabad

At the end of the fourth test against England at Ahmadabad, V Kohli and MS Dhoni share the record for leading India on most occasions. Both have led India on 60 occasions.

They also share the record for leading India on most occasions on home soil and away soil. Both have led India on 30 occasions on home soil and also on away soil.

V Kohli scored a duck against England at Ahmadabad which provided his eighth duck while leading India. He now shares the record for most ducks by an Indian captain with MS Dhoni.

V Kohli became the sixth captain to score eight or more ducks in a test innings. Others are – SP Fleming {13}, GC Smith {10}, MA Atherton {08}, WJ Cronje {08} and MS Dhoni {08}.

V Kohli scored a duck against England at Ahmadabad which provided his fifth duck while leading India on home soil. He now shares the record for most ducks while leading India on home soil with MAK Pataudi.

GS Chappell {06}, SP Fleming {06}, AR Border {05}, GC Smith {05} are the other captains to socre five or more ducks while leading their respective teams on home soil. V Kohli became the sixth captain to score five or more ducks on home soil.

India won the fourth test against England by an innings and 25 runs to provide India’s 47th innings victory in its tests. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamMarginBatOppGroundStart Date
1IndI + 272 runs1stWinRajkot04 Oct 2018
2IndI + 262 runs1stAfgBengaluru14 Jun 2018
3IndI + 239 runs1stBanDhaka25 May 2007
4IndI + 239 runs2ndSrlNagpur24 Nov 2017
5IndI + 219 runs2ndAusKolkata18 Mar 1998
6IndI + 202 runs1stSAFRanchi19 Oct 2019
7IndI + 198 runs2ndNZlNagpur20 Nov 2010
8IndI + 171 runs1stSrlPallekele12 Aug 2017
9IndI + 144 runs1stSrlKanpur24 Nov 2009
10IndI + 140 runs2ndBanDhaka10 Dec 2004
11IndI + 137 runs1stSAFPune10 Oct 2019
12IndI + 135 runs2ndAusHyd-RGS02 Mar 2013
13IndI + 131 runs2ndPakRawalpindi13 Apr 2004
14IndI + 130 runs2ndBanIndore14 Nov 2019
15IndI + 126 runs2ndWinMumbai14 Nov 2013
16IndI + 119 runs1stSrlLucknow18 Jan 1994
17IndI + 115 runs1stNZlHyd-RGS23 Aug 2012
18IndI + 112 runs1stWinMumbai09 Oct 2002
19IndI + 109 runs1stNZlChennai06 Jan 1956
20IndI + 106 runs2ndSrlNagpur27 Dec 1986
21IndI + 101 runs2ndZimNagpur21 Feb 2002
22IndI + 100 runs1stAusMumbai03 Nov 1979
23IndI + 095 runs1stSrlBengaluru26 Jan 1994
24IndI + 092 runs1stWinNorth Sound21 Jul 2016
25IndI + 090 runs2ndZimBulawayo13 Sep 2005
26IndI + 083 runs1stBanChattogram17 Dec 2004
27IndI + 075 runs2ndEngChennai16 Dec 2016
28IndI + 070 runs1stPakDelhi16 Oct 1952
29IndI + 067 runs1stSrlCuttack04 Jan 1987
30IndI + 057 runs2ndSAFKolkata14 Feb 2010
31IndI + 053 runs1stSrlCol-SSC03 Aug 2017
32IndI + 052 runs1stPakMultan28 Mar 2004
33IndI + 051 runs2ndWinKolkata06 Nov 2013
34IndI + 046 runs1stEngLeeds22 Aug 2002
35IndI + 046 runs2ndBanKolkata22 Nov 2019
36IndI + 036 runs2ndEngMumbai08 Dec 2016
37IndI + 027 runs1stNZlMum-BS02 Dec 1955
38IndI + 025 runs2ndEngAhmadabad04 Mar 2021
39IndI + 024 runs2ndSrlMum-BS02 Dec 2009
40IndI + 022 runs1stEngChennai11 Feb 1993
41IndI + 017 runs2ndSrlAhmadabad08 Feb 1994
42IndI + 015 runs1stWinKolkata14 Nov 2011
43IndI + 015 runs2ndEngMumbai19 Feb 1993
44IndI + 013 runs1stZimDelhi13 Mar 1993
45IndI + 008 runs2ndEngChennai06 Feb 1952
46IndI + 008 runs1stSrlChandigarh23 Nov 1990
47IndI + 002 runs2ndAusSydney07 Jan 1978

It also provides India’s seventh innings victory in its tests against England. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamMarginBatOppGroundStart Date
1IndI + 075 runs2ndEngChennai16 Dec 2016
2IndI + 046 runs1stEngLeeds22 Aug 2002
3IndI + 036 runs2ndEngMumbai08 Dec 2016
4IndI + 025 runs2ndEngAhmadabad04 Mar 2021
5IndI + 022 runs1stEngChennai11 Feb 1993
6IndI + 015 runs2ndEngMumbai19 Feb 1993
7IndI + 008 runs2ndEngChennai06 Feb 1952

It also provides India’s 36th innings victory on home soil in its tests. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamMarginBatOppGroundStart Date
1IndI + 008 runs2ndEngChennai06 Feb 1952
2IndI + 070 runs1stPakDelhi16 Oct 1952
3IndI + 027 runs1stNZlMum-BS02 Dec 1955
4IndI + 109 runs1stNZlChennai06 Jan 1956
5IndI + 100 runs1stAusMumbai03 Nov 1979
6IndI + 106 runs2ndSrlNagpur27 Dec 1986
7IndI + 067 runs1stSrlCuttack04 Jan 1987
8IndI + 008 runs1stSrlChandigarh23 Nov 1990
9IndI + 022 runs1stEngChennai11 Feb 1993
10IndI + 015 runs2ndEngMumbai19 Feb 1993
11IndI + 013 runs1stZimDelhi13 Mar 1993
12IndI + 119 runs1stSrlLucknow18 Jan 1994
13IndI + 095 runs1stSrlBengaluru26 Jan 1994
14IndI + 017 runs2ndSrlAhmadabad08 Feb 1994
15IndI + 219 runs2ndAusKolkata18 Mar 1998
16IndI + 101 runs2ndZimNagpur21 Feb 2002
17IndI + 112 runs1stWinMumbai09 Oct 2002
18IndI + 144 runs1stSrlKanpur24 Nov 2009
19IndI + 024 runs2ndSrlMum-BS02 Dec 2009
20IndI + 057 runs2ndSAFKolkata14 Feb 2010
21IndI + 198 runs2ndNZlNagpur20 Nov 2010
22IndI + 015 runs1stWinKolkata14 Nov 2011
23IndI + 115 runs1stNZlHyd-RGS23 Aug 2012
24IndI + 135 runs2ndAusHyd-RGS02 Mar 2013
25IndI + 051 runs2ndWinKolkata06 Nov 2013
26IndI + 126 runs2ndWinMumbai14 Nov 2013
27IndI + 036 runs2ndEngMumbai08 Dec 2016
28IndI + 075 runs2ndEngChennai16 Dec 2016
29IndI + 239 runs2ndSrlNagpur24 Nov 2017
30IndI + 262 runs1stAfgBengaluru14 Jun 2018
31IndI + 272 runs1stWinRajkot04 Oct 2018
32IndI + 137 runs1stSAFPune10 Oct 2019
33IndI + 202 runs1stSAFRanchi19 Oct 2019
34IndI + 130 runs2ndBanIndore14 Nov 2019
35IndI + 046 runs2ndBanKolkata22 Nov 2019
36IndI + 025 runs2ndEngAhmadabad04 Mar 2021

It also provides India’s sixth innings victory in its tests against England on home soil. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamMarginBatOppGroundStart Date
1IndI + 075 runs2ndEngChennai16 Dec 2016
2IndI + 036 runs2ndEngMumbai08 Dec 2016
3IndI + 025 runs2ndEngAhmadabad04 Mar 2021
4IndI + 022 runs1stEngChennai11 Feb 1993
5IndI + 015 runs2ndEngMumbai19 Feb 1993
6IndI + 008 runs2ndEngChennai06 Feb 1952

It also provides India’s 22nd innings victory when it has batted second in tests. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamMarginBatOppGroundStart Date
1IndI + 239 runs2ndSrlNagpur24 Nov 2017
2IndI + 219 runs2ndAusKolkata18 Mar 1998
3IndI + 198 runs2ndNZlNagpur20 Nov 2010
4IndI + 140 runs2ndBanDhaka10 Dec 2004
5IndI + 135 runs2ndAusHyd-RGS02 Mar 2013
6IndI + 131 runs2ndPakRawalpindi13 Apr 2004
7IndI + 130 runs2ndBanIndore14 Nov 2019
8IndI + 126 runs2ndWinMumbai14 Nov 2013
9IndI + 106 runs2ndSrlNagpur27 Dec 1986
10IndI + 101 runs2ndZimNagpur21 Feb 2002
11IndI + 090 runs2ndZimBulawayo13 Sep 2005
12IndI + 075 runs2ndEngChennai16 Dec 2016
13IndI + 057 runs2ndSAFKolkata14 Feb 2010
14IndI + 051 runs2ndWinKolkata06 Nov 2013
15IndI + 046 runs2ndBanKolkata22 Nov 2019
16IndI + 036 runs2ndEngMumbai08 Dec 2016
17IndI + 025 runs2ndEngAhmadabad04 Mar 2021
18IndI + 024 runs2ndSrlMum-BS02 Dec 2009
19IndI + 017 runs2ndSrlAhmadabad08 Feb 1994
20IndI + 015 runs2ndEngMumbai19 Feb 1993
21IndI + 008 runs2ndEngChennai06 Feb 1952
22IndI + 002 runs2ndAusSydney07 Jan 1978

It also provides India’s fifth innings victory when it has batted second in tests against England. All such occasions are tabulated below. Interestingly all these five wins are on home soil.

NoTeamMarginBatOppGroundStart Date
1IndI + 075 runs2ndEngChennai16 Dec 2016
2IndI + 036 runs2ndEngMumbai08 Dec 2016
3IndI + 025 runs2ndEngAhmadabad04 Mar 2021
4IndI + 015 runs2ndEngMumbai19 Feb 1993
5IndI + 008 runs2ndEngChennai06 Feb 1952

RR Pant scored 101 in this test to provide the 22nd occasion of an Indian wicket keeper batsman scoring a century. It also provides the 16th occasion of an Indian wicket keeper batsman scoring a century on home soil.

It also provides seventh occasion of an Indian wicket keeper batsman scoring a century against England. It also provides the sixth occasion of an Indian wicket keeper batsman scoring a century against England on home soil

RR Pant became the second Indian wicket keeper batsman to score century on two occasions after BK Kunderan. The centuries scored by these two wicket keepers are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1BK Kunderan1921EngChennai10 Jan 1964
2BK Kunderan1003EngDelhi08 Feb 1964
       
1RR Pant1144EngThe Oval07 Sep 2018
2RR Pant1012EngAhmadabad04 Mar 2021

RR Pant’s fielding dismissals at the end of the just concluded series against England read 82. He now shares the sixth place for most dismissals by an Indian wicket keeper with FM Engineer. FM Engineer has also effected 82 dismissls. MS Dhoni {294}, SMH Kirmani {198}, KS More {130}, NR Mongia {107} and WP Saha {103} are the six other wicket keepers to effect more dismissals than RR Pant and MS Dhoni.

RR Pant’s has pouched 75 catches at the end of the just concluded series against England. He became the sixth Indian wicket keeper to pouch 75 plus catches. The following table lists all these six wicket keepers

NoPlayerSpanMatInnsDisCWk
1MS Dhoni2005-201490166294256
2SMH Kirmani1976-198688151198160
3KS More1986-199349090130110
4NR Mongia1994-200144077107099
5WP Saha2012-202037072103092
6RR Pant2018-202120040082075

Indian bowlers AR Patel {5 for 48} and R Ashwin {5 for 47} shared the England’s second innings wickets equally to provide the eighth occasion of two spin bowlers sharing the wickets equally in a test innings in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the second occasion of two spin bowlers sharing the wickets equally in a test innings against England. The first such occasion was credited to Australian bowlers – TBA May {5 for 085} and SK Warne {5 for 082} at Birmingham on 05 Aug 1993. It also provides the first occasion of two Indian bowlers sharing the wickets equally in a test innings against England. Both such occasions are tabulated below

NoNoPlayerW-RITeamOppGroundDste
11TBA May5-0854AusEngBirmingham05.08.93
 2SK Warne5-0824AusEngBirmingham05.08.93
         
21AR Patel5-0483IndEngAhmadabad04.03.21
 2R Ashwin5-0473IndEngAhmadabad04.03.21

It also provides the third occasion of two Indian spin bowlers sharing the wickets equally in a test innings.  All such occasions are tabulated below

NoNoPlayerW-RITeamOppGroundDste
11SP Gupte5-1802IndWinKingston28.03.53
 2MH Mankad5-2282IndWinKingston28.03.53
         
21BS Bedi5-0373IndAusDelhi28.11.69
 2EAS Prasanna5-0423IndAusDelhi28.11.69
         
31AR Patel5-0483IndEngAhmadabad04.03.21
 2R Ashwin5-0473IndEngAhmadabad04.03.21

England lost the fourth test at Ahmadabad by an innings and 25 runs to provide its 63rd loss by an innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamMarginBatOppGroundStart Date
1EngI + 332 runs2ndAusBrisbane29 Nov 1946
2EngI + 226 runs2ndWinLord’s23 Aug 1973
3EngI + 215 runs1stSrlColombo (SSC)18 Dec 2003
4EngI + 200 runs2ndAusMelbourne26 Feb 1937
5EngI + 180 runs1stWinBirmingham14 Jun 1984
6EngI + 180 runs2ndAusNottingham10 Aug 1989
7EngI + 161 runs2ndWinKingston14 Mar 1935
8EngI + 156 runs1stWinManchester30 Jun 1988
9EngI + 154 runs2ndAusBrisbane26 Nov 1954
10EngI + 149 runs1stAusThe Oval14 Aug 1948
11EngI + 148 runs2ndAusLeeds22 Jul 1993
12EngI + 147 runs2ndAusSydney01 Feb 1895
13EngI + 132 runs2ndNZlChristchurch03 Feb 1984
14EngI + 123 runs1stAusSydney04 Jan 2018
15EngI + 118 runs1stAusBirmingham05 Jul 2001
16EngI + 100 runs1stPakLahore29 Nov 2005
17EngI + 099 runs1stAusMelbourne26 Dec 2006
18EngI + 093 runs1stWinBirmingham15 Jun 2000
19EngI + 092 runs1stSAFLord’s31 Jul 2003
20EngI + 091 runs2ndAusMelbourne31 Dec 1920
21EngI + 087 runs1stPakLahore25 Nov 1987
22EngI + 085 runs2ndAusBirmingham10 Jul 1975
23EngI + 080 runs1stAusLeeds07 Aug 2009
24EngI + 079 runs2ndWinPort of Spain13 Feb 1981
25EngI + 075 runs1stIndChennai16 Dec 2016
26EngI + 074 runs1stSAFJo’burg14 Jan 2010
27EngI + 065 runs1stNZlMt Maunganui21 Nov 2019
28EngI + 064 runs2ndWinManchester26 Jul 1984
29EngI + 064 runs1stWinBirmingham06 Jul 1995
30EngI + 062 runs2ndAusLord’s17 Jun 1993
31EngI + 061 runs1stAusLeeds24 Jul 1997
32EngI + 056 runs2ndWinThe Oval12 Aug 1950
33EngI + 055 runs2ndAusMelbourne01 Jan 1898
34EngI + 055 runs2ndWinLeeds04 Aug 1966
35EngI + 052 runs1stWinSt John’s20 Mar 1998
36EngI + 051 runs1stAusAdelaide21 Nov 2002
37EngI + 049 runs1stNZlAuckland22 Mar 2018
38EngI + 048 runs1stAusPerth29 Nov 2002
39EngI + 046 runs2ndIndLeeds22 Aug 2002
40EngI + 046 runs2ndAusThe Oval20 Aug 2015
41EngI + 044 runs1stWinGeorgetown17 Mar 1994
42EngI + 041 runs1stAusPerth14 Dec 2017
43EngI + 040 runs2ndWinManchester02 Jun 1966
44EngI + 039 runs1stAusThe Oval16 Aug 1930
45EngI + 037 runs1stSAFCape Town02 Jan 2000
46EngI + 036 runs1stIndMumbai08 Dec 2016
47EngI + 033 runs1stAusSydney13 Dec 1946
48EngI + 032 runs1stWinSt John’s12 Apr 1990
49EngI + 030 runs2ndWinBridgetown21 Mar 1986
50EngI + 028 runs2ndSrlGalle22 Feb 2001
51EngI + 025 runs2ndAusThe Oval23 Aug 2001
52EngI + 025 runs1stIndAhmadabad04 Mar 2021
53EngI + 023 runs1stWinKingston04 Feb 2009
54EngI + 022 runs2ndIndChennai11 Feb 1993
55EngI + 021 runs1stSAFJo’burg25 Nov 1999
56EngI + 018 runs1stPakLeeds02 Jul 1987
57EngI + 016 runs1stSAFCape Town30 Mar 1906
58EngI + 015 runs1stIndMumbai19 Feb 1993
59EngI + 013 runs2ndAusAdelaide14 Jan 1898
60EngI + 013 runs1stAusSydney05 Jan 1951
61EngI + 012 runs1stSAFThe Oval19 Jul 2012
62EngI + 009 runs1stAusAdelaide28 Jan 1966
63EngI + 008 runs1stIndChennai06 Feb 1952

It also provides its seventh loss by an innings margin against India. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamMarginBatOppGroundStart Date
1EngI + 075 runs1stIndChennai16 Dec 2016
2EngI + 046 runs2ndIndLeeds22 Aug 2002
3EngI + 036 runs1stIndMumbai08 Dec 2016
4EngI + 025 runs1stIndAhmadabad04 Mar 2021
5EngI + 022 runs2ndIndChennai11 Feb 1993
6EngI + 015 runs1stIndMumbai19 Feb 1993
7EngI + 008 runs1stIndChennai06 Feb 1952

It also provides its 39th loss by an innings margin on away soil. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamMarginBatOppGroundStart Date
1EngI + 332 runs2ndAusBrisbane29 Nov 1946
2EngI + 215 runs1stSrlColombo (SSC)18 Dec 2003
3EngI + 200 runs2ndAusMelbourne26 Feb 1937
4EngI + 161 runs2ndWinKingston14 Mar 1935
5EngI + 154 runs2ndAusBrisbane26 Nov 1954
6EngI + 147 runs2ndAusSydney01 Feb 1895
7EngI + 132 runs2ndNZlChristchurch03 Feb 1984
8EngI + 123 runs1stAusSydney04 Jan 2018
9EngI + 100 runs1stPakLahore29 Nov 2005
10EngI + 099 runs1stAusMelbourne26 Dec 2006
11EngI + 091 runs2ndAusMelbourne31 Dec 1920
12EngI + 087 runs1stPakLahore25 Nov 1987
13EngI + 079 runs2ndWinPort of Spain13 Feb 1981
14EngI + 075 runs1stIndChennai16 Dec 2016
15EngI + 074 runs1stSAFJo’burg14 Jan 2010
16EngI + 065 runs1stNZlMt Maunganui21 Nov 2019
17EngI + 055 runs2ndAusMelbourne01 Jan 1898
18EngI + 052 runs1stWinSt John’s20 Mar 1998
19EngI + 051 runs1stAusAdelaide21 Nov 2002
20EngI + 049 runs1stNZlAuckland22 Mar 2018
21EngI + 048 runs1stAusPerth29 Nov 2002
22EngI + 044 runs1stWinGeorgetown17 Mar 1994
23EngI + 041 runs1stAusPerth14 Dec 2017
24EngI + 037 runs1stSAFCape Town02 Jan 2000
25EngI + 036 runs1stIndMumbai08 Dec 2016
26EngI + 033 runs1stAusSydney13 Dec 1946
27EngI + 032 runs1stWinSt John’s12 Apr 1990
28EngI + 030 runs2ndWinBridgetown21 Mar 1986
29EngI + 028 runs2ndSrlGalle22 Feb 2001
30EngI + 025 runs1stIndAhmadabad04 Mar 2021
31EngI + 023 runs1stWinKingston04 Feb 2009
32EngI + 022 runs2ndIndChennai11 Feb 1993
33EngI + 021 runs1stSAFJo’burg25 Nov 1999
34EngI + 016 runs1stSAFCape Town30 Mar 1906
35EngI + 015 runs1stIndMumbai19 Feb 1993
36EngI + 013 runs2ndAusAdelaide14 Jan 1898
37EngI + 013 runs1stAusSydney05 Jan 1951
38EngI + 009 runs1stAusAdelaide28 Jan 1966
39EngI + 008 runs1stIndChennai06 Feb 1952

It also provides its sixth loss by an innings margin against India on away soil. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamMarginBatOppGroundStart Date
1EngI + 075 runs1stIndChennai16 Dec 2016
2EngI + 036 runs1stIndMumbai08 Dec 2016
3EngI + 025 runs1stIndAhmadabad04 Mar 2021
4EngI + 022 runs2ndIndChennai11 Feb 1993
5EngI + 015 runs1stIndMumbai19 Feb 1993
6EngI + 008 runs1stIndChennai06 Feb 1952

It also provides its 38th loss by an innings margin when it had batted first. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamMarginBatOppGroundStart Date
1EngI + 215 runs1stSrlColombo (SSC)18 Dec 2003
2EngI + 180 runs1stWinBirmingham14 Jun 1984
3EngI + 156 runs1stWinManchester30 Jun 1988
4EngI + 149 runs1stAusThe Oval14 Aug 1948
5EngI + 123 runs1stAusSydney04 Jan 2018
6EngI + 118 runs1stAusBirmingham05 Jul 2001
7EngI + 100 runs1stPakLahore29 Nov 2005
8EngI + 099 runs1stAusMelbourne26 Dec 2006
9EngI + 093 runs1stWinBirmingham15 Jun 2000
10EngI + 092 runs1stSAFLord’s31 Jul 2003
11EngI + 087 runs1stPakLahore25 Nov 1987
12EngI + 080 runs1stAusLeeds07 Aug 2009
13EngI + 075 runs1stIndChennai16 Dec 2016
14EngI + 074 runs1stSAFJo’burg14 Jan 2010
15EngI + 065 runs1stNZlMt Maunganui21 Nov 2019
16EngI + 064 runs1stWinBirmingham06 Jul 1995
17EngI + 061 runs1stAusLeeds24 Jul 1997
18EngI + 052 runs1stWinSt John’s20 Mar 1998
19EngI + 051 runs1stAusAdelaide21 Nov 2002
20EngI + 049 runs1stNZlAuckland22 Mar 2018
21EngI + 048 runs1stAusPerth29 Nov 2002
22EngI + 044 runs1stWinGeorgetown17 Mar 1994
23EngI + 041 runs1stAusPerth14 Dec 2017
24EngI + 039 runs1stAusThe Oval16 Aug 1930
25EngI + 037 runs1stSAFCape Town02 Jan 2000
26EngI + 036 runs1stIndMumbai08 Dec 2016
27EngI + 033 runs1stAusSydney13 Dec 1946
28EngI + 032 runs1stWinSt John’s12 Apr 1990
29EngI + 025 runs1stIndAhmadabad04 Mar 2021
30EngI + 023 runs1stWinKingston04 Feb 2009
31EngI + 021 runs1stSAFJo’burg25 Nov 1999
32EngI + 018 runs1stPakLeeds02 Jul 1987
33EngI + 016 runs1stSAFCape Town30 Mar 1906
34EngI + 015 runs1stIndMumbai19 Feb 1993
35EngI + 013 runs1stAusSydney05 Jan 1951
36EngI + 012 runs1stSAFThe Oval19 Jul 2012
37EngI + 009 runs1stAusAdelaide28 Jan 1966
38EngI + 008 runs1stIndChennai06 Feb 1952

It also provides its fifth loss by an innings margin when it had batted first against India. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamMarginBatOppGroundStart Date
1EngI + 075 runs1stIndChennai16 Dec 2016
2EngI + 036 runs1stIndMumbai08 Dec 2016
3EngI + 025 runs1stIndAhmadabad04 Mar 2021
4EngI + 015 runs1stIndMumbai19 Feb 1993
5EngI + 008 runs1stIndChennai06 Feb 1952
Indian bowlers – sharing the wickets equally in a test innings

Indian bowlers – sharing the wickets equally in a test innings

Indian bowlers AR Patel {5 for 48} and R Ashwin {5 for 47} shared the England’s second innings wickets equally to provide the 55th occasion of two bowlers sharing the wickets equally in a test innings in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the 18th occasion of two bowlers sharing the wickets equally in a test innings against England. It also provides the sixth occasion of two Indian bowlers sharing the wickets equally in a test innings against England All such occasions are tabulated below

NoNoPlayerW-RITeamOppGroundDste
11L Amarnath5-0961IndEngManchester20.07.46
 2MH Mankad5-1011IndEngManchester20.07.46
         
21SP Gupte5-1802IndWinKingston28.03.53
 2MH Mankad5-2282IndWinKingston28.03.53
         
31BS Bedi5-0373IndAusDelhi28.11.69
 2EAS Prasanna5-0423IndAusDelhi28.11.69
         
41N Kapil Dev5-0972IndAusSydney02.01.81
 2KD Ghavri5-1072IndAusSydney02.01.81
         
51N Kapil Dev5-0704IndEngMumbai27.11.81
 2S Madan Lal5-0234IndEngMumbai27.11.81
         
61AR Patel5-0483IndEngAhmedabad04.03.21
 2R Ashwin5-0473IndEngAhmedabad04.03.21

Indian bowlers AR Patel {5 for 48} and R Ashwin {5 for 47} shared the England’s second innings wickets equally to provide the eighth occasion of two spin bowlers sharing the wickets equally in a test innings in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the second occasion of two spin bowlers sharing the wickets equally in a test innings against England. The first such occasion was credited to Australian bowlers – TBA May {5 for 085} and SK Warne {5 for 082} at Birmingham on 05 Aug 1993. It also provides the first occasion of two Indian bowlers sharing the wickets equally in a test innings against England. Both such occasions are tabulated below

NoNoPlayerW-RITeamOppGroundDste
11TBA May5-0854AusEngBirmingham05.08.93
 2SK Warne5-0824AusEngBirmingham05.08.93
         
21AR Patel5-0483IndEngAhmedabad04.03.21
 2R Ashwin5-0473IndEngAhmedabad04.03.21

It also provides the third occasion of two Indian spin bowlers sharing the wickets equally in a test innings.  All such occasions are tabulated below

NoNoPlayerW-RITeamOppGroundDste
11SP Gupte5-1802IndWinKingston28.03.53
 2MH Mankad5-2282IndWinKingston28.03.53
         
21BS Bedi5-0373IndAusDelhi28.11.69
 2EAS Prasanna5-0423IndAusDelhi28.11.69
         
31AR Patel5-0483IndEngAhmedabad04.03.21
 2R Ashwin5-0473IndEngAhmedabad04.03.21