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Australian openers scoring a ninety in a test innings against England – CJL Rogers joins the list

Australian openers scoring a ninety in a test innings against England – CJL Rogers joins the list

CJL Rogers of Australia scored 95 against England in the ongoing first test at Cardiff to provide the 14h occasion of an Australian opening batsman scoring a ninety in a test innings against England. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 AC Bannerman 94 2 v England Sydney 26 Jan 1883
2 AC Bannerman 91 3 v England Sydney 29 Jan 1892
3 GHS Trott 95 4 v England Melbourne 29 Dec 1894
4 TJE Andrews 92 3 v England Leeds 02 Jul 1921
5 AJ Richardson 98 3 v England Sydney 19 Dec 1924
6 WM Lawry 98 3 v England Brisbane 30 Nov 1962
7 RB Simpson 91 2 v England Sydney 11 Jan 1963
8 WM Lawry 94 2 v England The Oval 13 Aug 1964
9 RB McCosker 95* 4 v England Leeds 14 Aug 1975
10 WM Darling 91 2 v England Sydney 06 Jan 1979
11 MA Taylor 90 2 v England Adelaide 26 Jan 1995
1 ML Hayden 92 3 v England Perth 14 Dec 2006
13 SR Watson 95 3 v England Perth 16 Dec 2010
14 CJL Rogers 95 2 v England Cardiff 08 Jul 2015

 

Bowlers conceding “Nelson” runs without a wicket in a test innings – MG Johnson joins the list to become the first Aussie bowler to suffer such an ignominy

Bowlers conceding “Nelson” runs without a wicket in a test innings – MG Johnson joins the list to become the first Aussie bowler to suffer such an ignominy

MG Johnson of Australia returned with figure of none for 111 in England’s  first innings in the ongoing first test between England and Australia at Cardiff to provide the 16th occasion of a bowler conceding “Nelson”  runs without a wicket in a test innings in the annals of test cricket. MG Johnson became the first Australian bowler to suffer such an ignominy. The following table lists the sixteen bowlers who have returned with figures of none of 111 in a test innings

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 VI Smith 25.0×8 0 111 0 1 SAF Aus Cape Town 31 Dec 1949
2 Fazal Mahmood 39.0 10 111 0 2 Pak Ind Mum-BS 13 Nov 1952
3 DR Smith 44.0 11 111 0 1 Eng Ind Kanpur 01 Dec 1961
4 GG Arnold 35.0 6 111 0 1 Eng Win Lord’s 23 Aug 1973
5 N Kapil Dev 27.0 2 111 0 1 Ind Pak Hyd-Pak 14 Jan 1983
6 MD Marshall 37.0 2 111 0 1 Win Aus Sydney 30 Dec 1984
7 AA Donald 35.0 10 111 0 2 SAF Aus Cape Town 17 Mar 1994
8 IR Bishop 35.0 5 111 0 1 Win Eng The Oval 24 Aug 1995
9 AB Agarkar 24.0 4 111 0 1 Ind Eng The Oval 5 Sep 2002
10 SM Pollock 34.0 5 111 0 2 SAF Win St John’s 29 Apr 2005
11 AG Cremer 24.0 1 111 0 2 Zim NZl Bulawayo 15 Aug 2005
12 RP Singh 23.0 1 111 0 1 Ind SAF Chennai 26 Mar 2008
13 JM Anderson 30.0 4 111 0 2 Eng SAF Johannesburg 14 Jan 2010
14 RJ Peterson 27.0 2 111 0 2 SAF Pak Abu Dhabi 14 Oct 2013
15 MD Craig 29.0 4 111 0 2 NZl Win Trinidad 16 Jun 2014
16 MG Johnson 25.0 3 111 0 1 Aus Eng Cardiff 08 Jul 2015

 

JE Root’s distinction – becomes the second England batsman to score fifth hundred on home soil at number five

JE Root’s distinction – becomes the second England batsman to score fifth hundred on home soil at number five

JE Root became the second England batsman to score five or more hundreds at home while batting at number five after IR Bell. J Root’a 134 against Australia in the ongoing first test at Cardiff was his fifth hundred while batting at number five. IR Bell has six hundreds to his credit while batting at number five at home. The hundreds scored by these two batsmen are listed below

 

IR BELL
No Runs Pos Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 199 5 1 v South Africa Lord’s 10 Jul 2008
2 128 5 1 v Bangladesh Manchester 04 Jun 2010
3 119* 5 2 v Sri Lanka Southampton 16 Jun 2011
4 109 5 3 v Australia Nottingham 10 Jul 2013
5 109 5 1 v Australia Lord’s 18 Jul 2013
6 113 5 3 v Australia Ch-le-St 09 Aug 2013
JE  ROOT
No Runs Pos Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 104 5 1 v New Zealand Leeds 24 May 2013
2 200* 5 1 v Sri Lanka Lord’s 12 Jun 2014
3 154* 5 2 v India Nottingham 09 Jul 2014
4 149* 5 2 v India The Oval 15 Aug 2014
5 134 5 1 v Australia Cardiff 08 Jul 2015

 

Bowlers who have conceded 150 plus runs in the fourth innings of a test – PHT Kaushal is the new entrant to the list

Bowlers who have conceded 150 plus runs in the fourth innings of a test – PHT Kaushal is the new entrant to the list

PHT Kaushal of Sri Lanka returned with figures of 1 for 153 in the fourth innings of the just concluded test against Pakistan at Pallekele to provide the fifth occasion of a bowler conceding 150 plus runs in the fourth innings in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are listed below.  PHT Kaushal became the first Sri Lankan bowler to suffer such an ignominy

 

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 AA Mailey 32.0×8 0 179 3 4 Aus Eng Sydney 19 Dec 1924
2 N Gordon 55.2×8 10 174 1 4 SAF Eng Durban 03 Mar 1939
3 Haseeb Ahsan 41.0 7 151 1 4 Pak Win Georgetown 13 Mar 1958
4 NM Lyon 34.1 5 152 7 4 Aus Ind Adelaide 09 Dec 2014
5 PHT Kaushal 31.0 1 153 1 4 Srl Pak Pallekele 03 Jul 2015

 

PHT Kaushal now stands third in the list of bowlers who have conceded most  runs in the fourth innings of the test.

 

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 AA Mailey 32.0×8 0 179 3 4 Aus Eng Sydney 19 Dec 1924
2 N Gordon 55.2×8 10 174 1 4 SAF Eng Durban 03 Mar 1939
3 PHT Kaushal 31.0 1 153 1 4 Srl Pak Pallekele 03 Jul 2015
4 NM Lyon 34.1 5 152 7 4 Aus Ind Adelaide 09 Dec 2014
5 Haseeb Ahsan 41.0 7 151 1 4 Pak Win Georgetown 13 Mar 1958

 

PHT Kaushal has become the most expensive Sri Lankan bowler in the fourth innings of a test. The previous expensive figures was credited to M Muralitharan who had figures of 4 for 141 runs against Bangladesh at Dhaka in Dec 2008. The following table lists the Sri Lankan bowlers who have conceded 100 plus runs in the fourth innings of a test.

 

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 PHT Kaushal 31.0 1 153 1 4 v Pakistan Pallekele 03 Jul 2015
2 M Muralitharan 48.0 9 141 4 4 v Bangladesh Dhaka 26 Dec 2008
3 HMRKB Herath 48.0 9 139 5 4 v New Zealand Colombo (SSC) 26 Aug 2009
4 M Muralitharan 45.0 6 112 3 4 v West Indies Providence 22 Mar 2008
5 KTGD Prasad 25.2 5 105 3 4 v Bangladesh Dhaka 26 Dec 2008
6 HMRKB Herath 19.0 0 100 0 4 v Pakistan Sharjah 16 Jan 2014

 

Teams chasing a total of 350 plus runs in the fourth innings to win a test

Teams chasing a total of 350 plus runs in the fourth innings to win a test

Pakistan won the final test against Sri Lanka at Pallekele by seven wickets chasing a total of 377 runs in the fourth innings of  the test to provide the ninth occasion of a team chasing 350 plus runs to win a test in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are listed in the descending order of the  runs scored  by a team to win the test.

No Team Score Overs Inns Result Margin Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Win 418/7 128.5 4 won 3 wkts Aus St John’s 09 May 2003
2 SAF 414/4 119.2 4 won 6 wkts Aus Perth 17 Dec 2008
3 Ind 406/4 147.0 4 won 6 wkts Win Port of Spain 07 Apr 1976
4 Aus 404/3 114.1 4 won 7 wkts Eng Leeds 22 Jul 1948
5 Ind 387/4 098.3 4 won 6 wkts Eng Chennai 11 Dec 2008
6 Pak 382/3 103.1 4 won 7 wkts Srl Pallekele 03 Jul 2015
7 Aus 369/6 113.5 4 won 4 wkts Pak Hobart 18 Nov 1999
8 Aus 362/7 101.0 4 won 3 wkts Win Georgetown 31 Mar 1978
9 Srl 352/9 113.3 4 won 1 wkts SAF Col-PSS 04 Aug 2006

It was Pakistan’s second win chasing 300 plus runs in the fourth innings of a test. Its previous chase was against Australia at Karachi in Oct 94. Set a target of 314, Pakistan had scored 315 for 9 to win the test by one wicket. Thus the chase of 377 in this test represent the record chase by Pakistan to win the test

 

 

Batsmen who have scored 150 plus runs in the fourth innings of a test – Younis Khan of Pakistan is a new entrant to the elite list

Batsmen who have scored 150 plus runs in the fourth innings of a test – Younis Khan of Pakistan is a new entrant to the elite list

Younis Khan scored 171 not out in the fourth innings in the just concluded test between Sri Lanka  and Pakistan at Pallekele to provide the 22nd occasion of a batsman scoring 150 plus runs in the fourth innings of a test.  All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 J Darling 160 4 Aus Eng Sydney 26 Feb 1898
2 GA Headley 223 4 Win Eng Kingston 03 Apr 1930
3 SJ McCabe 189* 4 Aus SAF Johannesburg 24 Dec 1935
4 WJ Edrich 219 4 Eng SAF Durban 03 Mar 1939
5 B Mitchell 189* 4 SAF Eng The Oval 16 Aug 1947
6 AR Morris 182 4 Aus Eng Leeds 22 Jul 1948
7 DG Bradman 173* 4 Aus Eng Leeds 22 Jul 1948
8 RN Harvey 151* 4 Aus SAF Durban 20 Jan 1950
9 SM Nurse 168 4 Win NZl Auckland 27 Feb 1969
10 BE Congdon 176 4 NZl Eng Nottingham 07 Jun 1973
11 DW Randall 174 4 Eng Aus Melbourne 12 Mar 1977
12 SM Gavaskar 221 4 Ind Eng The Oval 30 Aug 1979
13 CG Greenidge 214* 4 Win Eng Lord’s 28 Jun 1984
14 MA Atherton 185* 4 Eng SAF Johannesburg 30 Nov 1995
15 Saleem Malik 155 4 Pak Srl Colombo (SSC) 26 Apr 1997
16 BC Lara 153* 4 Win Aus Bridgetown 26 Mar 1999
17 MA Butcher 173* 4 Eng Aus Leeds 16 Aug 2001
18 NJ Astle 222 4 NZl Eng Christchurch 13 Mar 2002
19 RT Ponting 156 4 Aus Eng Manchester 11 Aug 2005
20 KC Sangakkara 192 4 Srl Aus Hobart 16 Nov 2007
21 GC Smith 154* 4 RSA Eng Birmingham 30 Jul 2008
22 Younis Khan 171* 4 Pak Srl Pallekele 03 Jul 2015

Younis Khan scored 171 not out in the fourth innings in the just concluded test between Sri Lanka  and Pakistan at Pallekele to provide the second occasion of a batsman scoring 150 plus runs in the fourth innings of a test.  Saleem  Malik had scored 155 against Sri Lanka at Col-SSC in Apr 97.  Thus Younis Khan’s 171 not out represent the highest score by a Pakistan batsman in the fourth innings of the test

Younis Khan and Saleem Malik are the two batsmen to score 150 plus runs in the fourth innings of a test against Sri Lanka

Younis Khan’s record feat – scores his fifth hundred in the fourth innings of a test

Younis Khan’s record feat – scores his fifth hundred in the fourth innings of a test

Younis Khan of Pakistan wrote himself into record books as he scored his fifth test hundred in fourth innings of a test match. He scored 171  not out in the just concluded final test at Pallekele between Sri Lanka and Pakistan. He went past SM Gavaskar, RT Ponting, RR Sarwan and GC Smith who had scored four hundreds in the fourth innings of a test. The following table lists the performance of these  five batsmen.

YOUNIS KHAN OF PAKISTAN
No Runs 4s 6s Pos Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 126 18 1 3 4 v South Africa Karachi 01 Oct 2007
2 130 16 0 3 4 v South Africa Lahore 08 Oct 2007
3 107* 14 0 4 4 v India Kolkata 30 Nov 2007
4 131* 9 4 4 4 v South Africa Dubai (DSC) 12 Nov 2010
5 171* 18 0 4 4 v Sri Lanka Pallekele 03 Jul 2015
SM GAVASKAR OF INDIA
No Runs 4s 6s Pos Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 117* 10 1 2 4 v West Indies Bridgetown 01 Apr 1971
2 102 13 0 1 4 v West Indies Port of Spain 07 Apr 1976
3 113 12 0 1 4 v Australia Brisbane 02 Dec 1977
4 221 21 0 1 4 v England The Oval 30 Aug 1979
RT PONTING OF AUSTRALIA
No Runs 4s 6s Pos Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 100* 16 1 3 4 v South Africa Cape Town 08 Mar 2002
2 156 16 1 3 4 v England Manchester 11 Aug 2005
3 143* 16 0 3 4 v South Africa Sydney 02 Jan 2006
4 118* 13 0 3 4 v Bangladesh Fatullah 09 Apr 2006
RR SARWAN OF WEST INDIES
No Runs 4s 6s Pos Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 105 17 0 5 4 v Australia St John’s 09 May 2003
2 102 15 0 3 4 v Sri Lanka Port of Spain 03 Apr 2008
3 128 18 1 3 4 v Australia North Sound 30 May 2008
4 106 12 0 3 4 v England St John’s 15 Feb 2009
GC SMITH  OF SOUTH  AFRICA
No Runs 4s 6s Pos Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 125* 17 0 1 4 v New Zealand Wellington 26 Mar 2004
2 154* 17 0 1 4 v England Birmingham 30 Jul 2008
3 108 13 0 1 4 v Australia Perth 17 Dec 2008
4 101* 15 0 1 4 v Australia Cape Town 09 Nov 2011

Rival openers dismissed stumped after scoring hundreds in a test match

Rival openers dismissed stumped after scoring hundreds in a test match

FDM Karunaratne was dismissed stumped after scoring  130 in Sri Lanka’s first innings,  while Shan Masud was dismissed stumped after scoring  125 in Pakistan’s second innings in the just concluded final test between  Sri  Lanka and Pakistan at Pallekele to provide the first ever occasion of rival opening batsmen dismissed stumped after scoring  hundreds in the annals of test cricket

Sri Lanka and Pakistan test series 2015 witnessed four batsmen dismissed stumped after scoring  hundreds to provide the first occasion of four batsmen dismissed in such a manner in the annals of test cricket. The four batsmen dismissed are listed below

No Player Runs 4s 6s Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Asad Shafiq 131 5 0 2 Pak Srl Galle 17 Jun 2015
2 Azhar Ali 117 6 0 3 Pak Srl Col-PSS 25 Jun 2015
3 FDM Karunaratne 130 14 0 1 Srl Pal Pallekele 03 Jul 2015
4 Shan Masood 125 11 1 4 Pak Srl Pallekele 03 Jul 2015

FDM Karunaratne’s and Shan Masood’s stumping dismissals after scoring hundreds provide the 98th and 99th occasion of a batsman dismissed stumped after scoring hundreds in the annals of test cricket.

Batsmen collecting the first ball duck on six or more occasions in a test innings – KC Sangakkara gets added to the list

Batsmen collecting the first ball duck on six or more occasions in a test innings – KC Sangakkara gets added to the list

KC Sangakkara  collected the first  ball duck in Sri Lanka’s second innings against Pakistan at Col-PSS in the just concluded second test between Sri Lanka and Pakistan. His first ball duck in this innings represent his sixth first ball duck of his test career. He became the 22nd batsman to collect the first ball duck on six or more occasions. All batsmen who have collected the first ball duck on six or more occasions are listed below

 

No No Player Runs BF Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 1 CEL Ambrose 0 1 3 Win Pak Lahore 06 Dec 1990
  2 CEL Ambrose 0 1 2 Win Aus Georgetown 23 Mar 1991
  3 CEL Ambrose 0 1 2 Win Aus Brisbane 22 Nov 1996
  4 CEL Ambrose 0 1 3 Win Eng Port of Spain 13 Feb 1998
  5 CEL Ambrose 0 1 3 Win Eng Leeds 17 Aug 2000
  6 CEL Ambrose 0 1 2 Win Eng The Oval 31 Aug 2000
                   
2 1 S Chanderpaul 0 1 3 Win Eng Georgetown 27 Feb 1998
  2 S Chanderpaul 0 1 2 Win Aus Bridgetown 01 May 2003
  3 S Chanderpaul 0 1 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 01 Apr 2004
  4 S Chanderpaul 0 1 3 Win NZl Napier 19 Dec 2008
  5 S Chanderpaul 0 1 2 Win Eng Lord’s 06 May 2009
  6 S Chanderpaul 0 1 2 Win NZl North Sound 25 Jul 2012
                   
3 1 GS Chappell 0 1 1 Aus Eng The Oval 28 Aug 1975
  2 GS Chappell 0 1 2 Aus Win Adelaide 26 Jan 1980
  3 GS Chappell 0 1 4 Aus Ind Melbourne 07 Feb 1981
  4 GS Chappell 0 1 1 Aus Win Melbourne 26 Dec 1981
  5 GS Chappell 0 1 4 Aus Win Sydney 02 Jan 1982
  6 GS Chappell 0 1 2 Aus Eng Melbourne 26 Dec 1982
                   
4 1 D Gough 0 1 4 Eng Aus Melbourne 24 Dec 1994
  2 D Gough 0 1 1 Eng Win Leeds 08 Jun 1995
  3 D Gough 0 1 3 Eng Aus Leeds 24 Jul 1997
  4 D Gough 0 1 3 Eng Aus Perth 28 Nov 1998
  5 D Gough 0 1 3 Eng Srl Galle 22 Feb 2001
  6 D Gough 0 1 3 Eng Aus Birmingham 05 Jul 2001
                   
5 1 Harbhajan Singh 0 1 3 Ind Pak Delhi 04 Feb 1999
  2 Harbhajan Singh 0 1 3 Ind Win Port of Spain 19 Apr 2002
  3 Harbhajan Singh 0 1 1 Ind Win Mumbai 09 Oct 2002
  4 Harbhajan Singh 0 1 1 Ind NZl Wellington 12 Dec 2002
  5 Harbhajan Singh 0 1 2 Ind Aus Mohali 01 Oct 2010
  6 Harbhajan Singh 0 1 2 Ind Eng Nottingham 29 Jul 2011
                   
6 1 SJ Harmison 0 1 2 Eng SAF Cape Town 02 Jan 2005
  2 SJ Harmison 0 1 4 Eng Aus Lord’s 21 Jul 2005
  3 SJ Harmison 0 1 3 Eng Aus Birmingham 04 Aug 2005
  4 SJ Harmison 0 1 4 ICC Aus Sydney 14 Oct 2005
  5 SJ Harmison 0 1 1 Eng Pak Lahore 29 Nov 2005
  6 SJ Harmison 0 1 1 Eng Ind Mohali 09 Mar 2006
  7 SJ Harmison 0 1 4 Eng Aus Perth 14 Dec 2006
  8 SJ Harmison 0 1 1 Eng Srl Col-SSC 09 Dec 2007
  9 SJ Harmison 0 1 2 Eng NZl Hamilton 05 Mar 2008
                   
7 1 IA Healy 0 1 1 Aus Pak Lahore 07 Oct 1988
  2 IA Healy 0 1 1 Aus Win Adelaide 03 Feb 1989
  3 IA Healy 0 1 2 Aus Eng Manchester 27 Jul 1989
  4 IA Healy 0 1 4 Aus Win Adelaide 23 Jan 1993
  5 IA Healy 0 1 1 Aus Eng Birmingham 05 Jun 1997
  6 IA Healy 0 1 1 Aus Win Bridgetown 26 Mar 1999
                   
8 1 HMRKB Herath 0 1 1 Srl Pak Galle 21 Jun 2000
  2 HMRKB Herath 0 1 2 Srl Pak Col-PSS 12 Jul 2009
  3 HMRKB Herath 0 1 1 Srl NZl Col-SSC 26 Aug 2009
  4 HMRKB Herath 0 1 1 Srl Pak Abu Dhabi 18 Oct 2011
  5 HMRKB Herath 0 1 1 Srl Pak Abu Dhabi 31 Dec 2013
  6 HMRKB Herath 0 1 1 Srl Pak Sharjah 16 Jan 2014
  7 HMRKB Herath 0 1 3 Srl Pak Sharjah 16 Jan 2014
  8 HMRKB Herath 0 1 4 Srl NZl Wellington 03 Jan 2015
                   
9 1 ST Jayasuriya 0 1 1 Srl Win Moratuwa 08 Dec 1993
  2 ST Jayasuriya 0 1 1 Srl   Col-RPS 11 Sep 1996
  3 ST Jayasuriya 0 1 1 Srl Aus Galle 22 Sep 1999
  4 ST Jayasuriya 0 1 2 Srl Aus Col-SSC 30 Sep 1999
  5 ST Jayasuriya 0 1 4 Srl SAF Kandy 30 Jul 2000
  6 ST Jayasuriya 0 1 3 Srl Eng Kandy 07 Mar 2001
                   
10 1 MG Johnson 0 1 1 Aus SAF Durban 06 Mar 2009
  2 MG Johnson 0 1 1 Aus Eng Birmingham 30 Jul 2009
  3 MG Johnson 0 1 3 Aus NZl Hamilton 27 Mar 2010
  4 MG Johnson 0 1 1 Aus Pak Leeds 21 Jul 2010
  5 MG Johnson 0 1 3 Aus Eng Sydney 03 Jan 2011
  6 MG Johnson 0 1 2 Aus Srl Pallekele 08 Sep 2011
  7 MG Johnson 0 1 3 Aus Ind Delhi 22 Mar 2013
  8 MG Johnson 0 1 1 Aus SAF Cape Town 01 Mar 2014
                   
11 1 N Kapil Dev 0 1 3 Ind Aus Melbourne 07 Feb 1981
  2 N Kapil Dev 0 1 2 Ind NZl Wellington 21 Feb 1981
  3 N Kapil Dev 0 1 1 Ind NZl Christchurch 06 Mar 1981
  4 N Kapil Dev 0 1 1 Ind Win Bridgetown 15 Apr 1983
  5 N Kapil Dev 0 1 1 Ind Eng Leeds 19 Jun 1986
  6 N Kapil Dev 0 1 2 Ind Aus Sydney 02 Jan 1992
  7 N Kapil Dev 0 1 4 Ind Aus Perth 01 Feb 1992
                   
12 1 Z Khan 0 1 1 Ind Win Mumbai 09 Oct 2002
  2 Z Khan 0 1 2 Ind NZl Mohali 16 Oct 2003
  3 Z Khan 0 1 3 Ind NZl Ahmedabad 04 Nov 2010
  4 Z Khan 0 1 1 Ind Aus Sydney 03 Jan 2012
  5 Z Khan 0 1 3 Ind Aus Perth 13 Jan 2012
  6 Z Khan 0 1 2 Ind Aus Adelaide 24 Jan 2012
  7 Z Khan 0 1 1 Ind SAF Johannesburg 18 Dec 2013
                   
13 1 CS Martin 0 1 4 NZl Pak Auckland 08 Mar 2001
  2 CS Martin 0 1 2 NZl Pak Lahore 01 May 2002
  3 CS Martin 0 1 3 NZl Aus Christchurch 10 Mar 2005
  4 CS Martin 0 1 2 NZl Win Wellington 17 Mar 2006
  5 CS Martin 0 1 3 NZl SAF Johannesburg 05 May 2006
  6 CS Martin 0 1 1 NZl Eng Hamilton 05 Mar 2008
  7 CS Martin 0 1 3 NZl Ind Nagpur 20 Nov 2010
  8 CS Martin 0 1 1 NZl Aus Hobart 09 Dec 2011
  9 CS Martin 0 1 2 NZl Ind Hyd-RGS 23 Aug 2012
                   
14 1 M Muralitharan 0 1 1 Srl SAF Col-SSC 06 Sep 1993
  2 M Muralitharan 0 1 2 Srl Pak Col-PSS 09 Aug 1994
  3 M Muralitharan 0 1 1 Srl Zim Harare 11 Oct 1994
  4 M Muralitharan 0 1 3 Srl Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 1995
  5 M Muralitharan 0 1 1 Srl Zim Col-RPS 11 Sep 1996
  6 M Muralitharan 0 1 4 Srl SAF Kandy 30 Jul 2000
  7 M Muralitharan 0 1 2 Srl SAF Durban 26 Dec 2000
  8 M Muralitharan 0 1 2 Srl Pak Lahore 06 Mar 2002
  9 M Muralitharan 0 1 3 Srl Eng Manchester 13 Jun 2002
  10 M Muralitharan 0 1 2 Srl Ban Col-PSS 21 Jul 2002
  11 M Muralitharan 0 1 4 Srl Aus Galle 08 Mar 2004
  12 M Muralitharan 0 1 1 Srl SAF Galle 04 Aug 2004
  13 M Muralitharan 0 1 3 Srl Pak Kandy 03 Apr 2006
  14 M Muralitharan 0 1 2 Srl SAF Col-PSS 04 Aug 2006
                   
15 1 M Ntini 0 1 3 SAF Srl Galle 20 Jul 2000
  2 M Ntini 0 1 1 SAF Win St John’s 06 Apr 2001
  3 M Ntini 0 1 3 SAF Aus Johannesburg 22 Feb 2002
  4 M Ntini 0 1 2 SAF Aus Durban 24 Mar 2006
  5 M Ntini 0 1 2 SAF Ind Johannesburg 15 Dec 2006
  6 M Ntini 0 1 2 SAF Ind Cape Town 02 Jan 2007
  7 M Ntini 0 1 2 SAF Pak Cape Town 26 Jan 2007
  8 M Ntini 0 1 2 SAF Aus Durban 06 Mar 2009
                   
16 1 KC Sangakkara 0 1 4 Srl Win Col-SSC 13 Jul 2005
  2 KC Sangakkara 0 1 2 Srl Ban Bogra 08 Mar 2006
  3 KC Sangakkara 0 1 1 Srl Eng Galle 26 Mar 2012
  4 KC Sangakkara 0 1 1 Srl Eng Col-PSS 03 Apr 2012
  5 KC Sangakkara 0 1 1 Srl SAF Col-SSC 24 Jul 2014
  6 KC Sangakkara 0 1 4 Srl Pak Col-PSS 25 Jun 2015
                   
17 1 V Sehwag 0 1 4 Ind Aus Brisbane 04 Dec 2003
  2 V Sehwag 0 1 2 Ind Pak Rawalpindi 13 Apr 2004
  3 V Sehwag 0 1 3 Ind Srl Ahmedabad 18 Dec 2005
  4 V Sehwag 0 1 2 Ind SAF Durban 26 Dec 2006
  5 V Sehwag 0 1 1 Ind Eng Birmingham 10 Aug 2011
  6 V Sehwag 0 1 3 Ind Eng Birmingham 10 Aug 2011
                   
18 1 HH Streak 0 1 2 Zim Pak Karachi 01 Dec 1993
  2 HH Streak 0 1 4 Zim Pak Rawalpindi 09 Dec 1993
  3 HH Streak 0 1 2 Zim Pak Lahore 16 Dec 1993
  4 HH Streak 0 1 2 Zim NZl Harare 07 Aug 2005
  5 HH Streak 0 1 1 Zim NZl Bulawayo 15 Aug 2005
  6 HH Streak 0 1 3 Zim Ind Bulawayo 13 Sep 2005
                   
19 1 DL Underwood 0 1 1 Eng Aus Sydney 09 Jan 1971
  2 DL Underwood 0 1 2 Eng Win The Oval 26 Jul 1973
  3 DL Underwood 0 1 2 Eng Aus The Oval 28 Aug 1975
  4 DL Underwood 0 1 2 Eng Win Nottingham 03 Jun 1976
  5 DL Underwood 0 1 4 Eng Win Manchester 08 Jul 1976
  6 DL Underwood 0 1 2 Eng Srl Col-PSS 17 Feb 1982
                   
20 1 CA Walsh 0 1 3 Win Pak Karachi 20 Nov 1986
  2 CA Walsh 0 1 2 Win Ind Bridgetown 07 Apr 1989
  3 CA Walsh 0 1 3 Win Pak Lahore 06 Dec 1990
  4 CA Walsh 0 1 3 Win Aus Bridgetown 19 Apr 1991
  5 CA Walsh 0 1 4 Win Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 1992
  6 CA Walsh 0 1 1 Win Pak Port of Spain 16 Apr 1993
  7 CA Walsh 0 1 1 Win Eng Port of Spain 25 Mar 1994
  8 CA Walsh 0 1 2 Win Srl St John’s 13 Jun 1997
  9 CA Walsh 0 1 2 Win Aus Kingston 13 Mar 1999
  10 CA Walsh 0 1 1 Win Aus Adelaide 15 Dec 2000
                   
21 1 ME Waugh 0 1 3 Aus Win St John’s 27 Apr 1991
  2 ME Waugh 0 1 3 Aus Ind Adelaide 25 Jan 1992
  3 ME Waugh 0 1 3 Aus Srl Col-RPS 28 Aug 1992
  4 ME Waugh 0 1 1 Aus Win Melbourne 26 Dec 1996
  5 ME Waugh 0 1 4 Aus Pak Hobart 18 Nov 1999
  6 ME Waugh 0 1 2 Aus Ind Mumbai 27 Feb 2001
  7 ME Waugh 0 1 3 Aus Pak Col-PSS 03 Oct 2002
                   
22 1 SR Waugh 0 1 1 Aus Eng Sydney 10 Jan 1987
  2 SR Waugh 0 1 4 Aus SAF Johannesburg 4 Mar 1994
  3 SR Waugh 0 1 3 Aus Pak Karachi 28 Sep 1994
  4 SR Waugh 0 1 4 Aus Eng Adelaide 26 Jan 1995
  5 SR Waugh 0 1 2 Aus Eng Lord’s 19 Jun 1997
  6 SR Waugh 0 1 2 Aus Pak Sharjah 11 Oct 2002

 

 

 

Wicket keepers who have effected six or more dismissals in a test innings – L Chandimal is a new entrant to the list

Wicket keepers who have effected six or more dismissals in a test innings – L Chandimal is a new entrant to the list

L Chandimal of Sri Lanka effected six dismissals in Pakistan’s second innings in the ongoing test between Sri Lanka and Pakistan at Col-RPS to provide the 31st occasion of a wicket keeper effecting six or more dismissals in a test innings. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Dis Ct St Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 ATW Grout 6 6 0 3 Aus SAF Johannesburg 23 Dec 1957
2 DT Lindsay 6 6 0 2 SAF Aus Johannesburg 23 Dec 1966
3 JT Murray 6 6 0 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 22 Jun 1967
4 SMH Kirmani 6 5 1 2 Ind NZl Christchurch 05 Feb 1976
5 Wasim Bari 7 7 0 1 Pak NZl Auckland 23 Feb 1979
6 RW Taylor 7 7 0 1 Eng Ind Mumbai 15 Feb 1980
7 RW Marsh 6 6 0 3 Aus Eng Brisbane 26 Nov 1982
8 SAR Silva 6 6 0 1 Srl Ind Colombo (SSC) 30 Aug 1985
9 RC Russell 6 6 0 2 Eng Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 1990
10 IDS Smith 7 7 0 2 NZl Srl Hamilton 22 Feb 1991
11 RC Russell 6 6 0 1 Eng RSA Johannesburg 30 Nov 1995
12 IA Healy 6 6 0 2 Aus Eng Birmingham 05 Jun 1997
13 AJ Stewart 6 6 0 1 Eng Aus Manchester 03 Jul 1997
14 MV Boucher 6 6 0 2 SAF Pak Port Elizabeth 06 Mar 1998
15 Rashid Latif 6 6 0 1 Pak Zim Bulawayo 14 Mar 1998
16 MV Boucher 6 6 0 2 SAF Srl Cape Town 19 Mar 1998
17 CMW Read 6 5 1 3 Eng NZl Birmingham 01 Jul 1999
18 RD Jacobs 7 7 0 1 Win Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2000
19 MV Boucher 6 6 0 3 SAF Zim Centurion 11 Mar 2005
20 GO Jones 6 6 0 1 Eng Ban Chester-le-Street 03 Jun 2005
21 CMW Read 6 6 0 2 Eng Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2006
22 CMW Read 6 5 1 2 Eng Aus Sydney 02 Jan 2007
23 MS Dhoni 6 6 0 2 Innd NZl Wellington 03 Apr 2009
24 MJ Prior 6 6 0 1 Eng Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2010
25 Adnan Akmal 6 6 0 1 Pak NZl Wellington 15 Jan 2011
26 MV Boucher 6 6 0 3 SAF Srl Centurion 15 Dec 2011
27 MJ Prior 6 5 1 1 Eng SAF Lord’s 16 Aug 2012
28 AB de Villiers 6 6 0 2 SAF Pak Johannesburg 01 Feb 2013
29 BJ Watling 6 6 0 4 NZl Ind Auckland 06 Feb 2014
30 BJ Haddin 6 6 0 1 Aus Ind Brisbane 17 Dec 2014
31 LD Chandimal 6 5 1 3 Srl Pak Colombo (PSS) 25 Jun 2015

L Chandimal of Sri Lanka effected six dismissals in Pakistan’s second innings in the ongoing test between Sri Lanka and Pakistan at Col-RPS to provide the 27th occasion of a wicket keeper effecting exact six or more dismissals in a test innings. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Dis Ct St Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 ATW Grout 6 6 0 3 Aus SAF Johannesburg 23 Dec 1957
2 DT Lindsay 6 6 0 2 SAF Aus Johannesburg 23 Dec 1966
3 JT Murray 6 6 0 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 22 Jun 1967
4 SMH Kirmani 6 5 1 2 Ind NZl Christchurch 05 Feb 1976
5 RW Marsh 6 6 0 3 Aus Eng Brisbane 26 Nov 1982
6 SAR Silva 6 6 0 1 Srl Ind Colombo (SSC) 30 Aug 1985
7 RC Russell 6 6 0 2 Eng Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 1990
8 RC Russell 6 6 0 1 Eng RSA Johannesburg 30 Nov 1995
9 IA Healy 6 6 0 2 Aus Eng Birmingham 05 Jun 1997
10 AJ Stewart 6 6 0 1 Eng Aus Manchester 03 Jul 1997
11 MV Boucher 6 6 0 2 SAF Pak Port Elizabeth 06 Mar 1998
12 Rashid Latif 6 6 0 1 Pak Zim Bulawayo 14 Mar 1998
13 MV Boucher 6 6 0 2 SAF Srl Cape Town 19 Mar 1998
14 CMW Read 6 5 1 3 Eng NZl Birmingham 01 Jul 1999
15 MV Boucher 6 6 0 3 SAF Zim Centurion 11 Mar 2005
16 GO Jones 6 6 0 1 Eng Ban Chester-le-Street 03 Jun 2005
17 CMW Read 6 6 0 2 Eng Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2006
18 CMW Read 6 5 1 2 Eng Aus Sydney 02 Jan 2007
19 MS Dhoni 6 6 0 2 Innd NZl Wellington 03 Apr 2009
20 MJ Prior 6 6 0 1 Eng Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2010
21 Adnan Akmal 6 6 0 1 Pak NZl Wellington 15 Jan 2011
22 MV Boucher 6 6 0 3 SAF Srl Centurion 15 Dec 2011
23 MJ Prior 6 5 1 1 Eng SAF Lord’s 16 Aug 2012
24 AB de Villiers 6 6 0 2 SAF Pak Johannesburg 01 Feb 2013
25 BJ Watling 6 6 0 4 NZl Ind Auckland 06 Feb 2014
26 BJ Haddin 6 6 0 1 Aus Ind Brisbane 17 Dec 2014
27 LD Chandimal 6 5 1 3 Srl Pak Colombo (PSS) 25 Jun 2015

L Chandimal became the second Sri Lankan wicket keeper to effect six dismissals in a test innings after SAR Silva. SAR Silvs had performed the feat against India at Col-SSC in Aug 1985.

No Player Dis Ct St Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 SAR Silva 6 6 0 1 Srl Ind Colombo (SSC) 30 Aug 1985
2 LD Chandimal 6 5 1 3 Srl Pak Colombo (PSS) 25 Jun 2015

L Chandimal became the third wicket keeper to effect six dismissals in a test innings against Pakistan. The other two are MV Boucher and AB de Villiers. The performance of  these three wicket keepers are furnished below.

No Player Dis Ct St Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MV Boucher 6 6 0 2 SAF Pak Port Elizabeth 06 Mar 1998
2 AB de Villiers 6 6 0 2 SAF Pak Johannesburg 01 Feb 2013
3 LD Chandimal 6 5 1 3 Srl Pak Colombo (PSS) 25 Jun 2015

L Chandiamal’s six dismissals included one stumping dismissal. His feat provides the fifth occasion of a wicket keeper effecting six dismissals in a test innings which included one stumping dismissal. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Dis Ct St Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 SMH Kirmani 6 5 1 2 Ind NZl Christchurch 05 Feb 1976
2 CMW Read 6 5 1 3 Eng NZl Birmingham 01 Jul 1999
3 CMW Read 6 5 1 2 Eng Aus Sydney 02 Jan 2007
4 MJ Prior 6 5 1 1 Eng SAF Lord’s 16 Aug 2012
5 LD Chandimal 6 5 1 3 Srl Pak Colombo (PSS) 25 Jun 2015

L Chandimal’s feat of six dismissals came in the third innings of the test,i.e., opponent’s second innings to provide the  sixth occasion of a wicket keeper effecting six dismissals in the third innings of the test. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Dis Ct St Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 ATW Grout 6 6 0 3 Aus SAF Johannesburg 23 Dec 1957
2 RW Marsh 6 6 0 3 Aus Eng Brisbane 26 Nov 1982
3 MV Boucher 6 6 0 3 SAF Zim Centurion 11 Mar 2005
4 MV Boucher 6 6 0 3 SAF Srl Centurion 15 Dec 2011
5 CMW Read 6 5 1 3 Eng NZl Birmingham 01 Jul 1999
6 LD Chandimal 6 5 1 3 Srl Pak Colombo (PSS) 25 Jun 2015