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Most 300 plus runs partnerships are witnessed on English soil – 20 occasions. Australian soil has witnessed 19 partnerships of 300 plus runs partnerships.

Most 300 plus runs partnerships are witnessed on English soil – 20 occasions.  Australian soil has witnessed 19 partnerships of 300 plus runs partnerships.  All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date Soil
1 DG Bradman, WH Ponsford 4 388 2 Aus Eng Leeds 20 Jul 1934 Eng
2 DG Bradman, WH Ponsford 2 451 1 Aus Eng The Oval 18 Aug 1934 Eng
3 L Hutton, M Leyland 2 382 1 Eng Aus The Oval 20 Aug 1938 Eng
4 A Melville, AD Nourse 3 319 1 SAF Eng Nottingham 07 Jun 1947 Eng
5 DCS Compton, WJ Edrich 3 370 1 Eng SAF Lord’s 21 Jun 1947 Eng
6 DG Bradman, AR Morris 2 301 4 Aus Eng Leeds 22 Jul 1948 Eng
7 MC Cowdrey, PBH May 4 411 3 Eng Win Birmingham 30 May 1957 Eng
8 KF Barrington, JH Edrich 2 369 1 Eng NZl Leeds 08 Jul 1965 Eng
9 AI Kallicharran, IVA Richards 3 303 1 Win Eng Nottingham 03 Jun 1976 Eng
10 DI Gower, RT Robinson 2 331 2 Eng Aus Birmingham 15 Aug 1985 Eng
11 GA Gooch, DI Gower 2 351 1 Eng Aus The Oval 29 Aug 1985 Eng
12 GR Marsh, MA Taylor 1 329 1 Aus Eng Nottingham 10 Aug 1989 Eng
13 GA Gooch, AJ Lamb 3 308 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 26 Jul 1990 Eng
14 Javed Miandad, Saleem Malik 4 322 1 Pak Eng Birmingham 04 Jun 1992 Eng
15 AR Border, SR Waugh 5 332* 1 Aus Eng Leeds 22 Jul 1993 Eng
16 HH Gibbs, GC Smith 1 338 1 SAF Eng Birmingham 24 Jul 2003 Eng
17 Mohammad Yousuf, Younis Khan 3 363 2 Pak Eng Leeds 04 Aug 2006 Eng
18 SCJ Broad, IJL Trott 8 332 1 Eng Pak Lord’s 26 Aug 2010 Eng
18 IR Bell, KP Pietersen 3 350 1 Eng Ind The Oval 18 Aug 2011 Eng
20 HM Amla, JH Kallis 3 377* 2 SAF Eng The Oval 19 Jul 2012 Eng
                   
No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date Soil
1 JB Hobbs, W Rhodes 1 323 2 Eng Aus Melbourne 09 Feb 1912 Aus
2 DG Bradman, JHW Fingleton 6 346 3 Aus Eng Melbourne 01 Jan 1937 Aus
3 SG Barnes, DG Bradman 5 405 2 Aus Eng Sydney 13 Dec 1946 Aus
4 EJ Barlow, RG Pollock 3 341 2 SAF Aus Adelaide 24 Jan 1964 Aus
5 WM Lawry, KD Walters 4 336 1 Aus Win Sydney 14 Feb 1969 Aus
6 JL Langer, RT Ponting 5 327 2 Aus Pak Perth 26 Nov 1999 Aus
7 R Dravid, VVS Laxman 5 303 2 Ind Aus Adelaide 12 Dec 2003 Aus
8 VVS Laxman, SR Tendulkar 4 353 1 Ind Aus Sydney 02 Jan 2004 Aus
9 PD Collingwood, KP Pietersen 4 310 1 Eng Aus Adelaide 01 Dec 2006 Aus
10 MJ Clarke, RT Ponting 4 352 1 Aus Pak Hobart 14 Jan 2010 Aus
11 BJ Haddin, MEK Hussey 6 307 2 Aus Eng Brisbane 25 Nov 2010 Aus
12 AN Cook, IJL Trott 2 329* 3 Eng Aus Brisbane 25 Nov 2010 Aus
13 MJ Clarke, MEK Hussey 5 334* 2 Aus Ind Sydney 03 Jan 2012 Aus
14 MJ Clarke, RT Ponting 4 386 1 Aus Ind Adelaide 24 Jan 2012 Aus
15 UT Khawaja, DA Warner 2 302 1 Aus NZl Perth 13 Nov 2015 Aus
16 SE Marsh, AC Voges 4 449 1 Aus Win Hobart 10 Dec 2015 Aus
17 MR Marsh, SPD Smith 5 301 2 Aus Eng Perth 14 Dec 2017 Aus
18 JA Burns, TM Head 4 308 1 Aus Srl Canberra 01 Feb 2019 Aus
19 M Labuschagne, DA Warner 2 361 1 Aus Pak Adelaide 29 Nov 2019 Aus

Test cricket witnesses one hundred occasions of 300 plus runs partnerships.

DA Warner- M Labuschagne posted 361 runs for the second wicket in the ongoing Test against Pakistan to provide the 100th occasion of batsmen posting 300 plus runs partnerships Test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 JB Hobbs, W Rhodes 1 323 2 Eng Aus Melbourne 09 Feb 1912
2 DG Bradman, WH Ponsford 4 388 2 Aus Eng Leeds 20 Jul 1934
3 DG Bradman, WH Ponsford 2 451 1 Aus Eng The Oval 18 Aug 1934
4 DG Bradman, JHW Fingleton 6 346 3 Aus Eng Melbourne 01 Jan 1937
5 L Hutton, M Leyland 2 382 1 Eng Aus The Oval 20 Aug 1938
6 SG Barnes, DG Bradman 5 405 2 Aus Eng Sydney 13 Dec 1946
7 A Melville, AD Nourse 3 319 1 SAF Eng Nottingham 07 Jun 1947
8 DCS Compton, WJ Edrich 3 370 1 Eng SAF Lord’s 21 Jun 1947
9 DG Bradman, AR Morris 2 301 4 Aus Eng Leeds 22 Jul 1948
10 L Hutton, C Washbrook 1 359 1 Eng SAF Johannesburg 27 Dec 1948
11 ED Weekes, FMM Worrell 3 338 1 Win Eng Port of Spain 17 Mar 1954
12 DS Atkinson, CC Depeiaza 7 347 2 Win Aus Bridgetown 14 May 1955
13 Imtiaz Ahmed, Waqar Hasan 7 308 2 Pak NZl Lahore 26 Oct 1955
14 MH Mankad, P Roy 1 413 1 Ind NZl Chennai 06 Jan 1956
15 MC Cowdrey, PBH May 4 411 3 Eng Win Birmingham 30 May 1957
16 CC Hunte, GS Sobers 2 446 2 Win Pak Kingston 26 Feb 1958
17 GS Sobers, FMM Worrell 4 399 2 Win Eng Bridgetown 06 Jan 1960
18 EJ Barlow, RG Pollock 3 341 2 SAF Aus Adelaide 24 Jan 1964
19 WM Lawry, RB Simpson 1 382 1 Aus Win Bridgetown 05 May 1965
20 KF Barrington, JH Edrich 2 369 1 Eng NZl Leeds 08 Jul 1965
21 WM Lawry, KD Walters 4 336 1 Aus Win Sydney 14 Feb 1969
22 TW Jarvis, GM Turner 1 387 2 NZl Win Georgetown 06 Apr 1972
23 Asif Iqbal, Mushtaq Mohammad 4 350 1 Pak NZl Dunedin 07 Feb 1973
24 AI Kallicharran, IVA Richards 3 303 1 Win Eng Nottingham 03 Jun 1976
25 SM Gavaskar, DB Vengsarkar 2 344* 3 Ind Win Kolkata 29 Dec 1978
26 GR Viswanath, Yashpal Sharma 3 316 1 Ind Eng Chennai 13 Jan 1982
27 Javed Miandad, Mudassar Nazar 3 451 1 Pak Ind Hyd-Pak 14 Jan 1983
28 IVA Richards, RB Richardson 3 308 2 Win Aus St John’s 07 Apr 1984
29 DI Gower, RT Robinson 2 331 2 Eng Aus Birmingham 15 Aug 1985
30 GA Gooch, DI Gower 2 351 1 Eng Aus The Oval 29 Aug 1985
31 Javed Miandad, Qasim Umar 3 397 2 Pak Srl Faisalabad 16 Oct 1985
32 GR Marsh, MA Taylor 1 329 1 Aus Eng Nottingham 10 Aug 1989
33 GA Gooch, AJ Lamb 3 308 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 26 Jul 1990
34 MD Crowe, AH Jones 3 467 3 NZl Srl Wellington 31 Jan 1991
35 Javed Miandad, Saleem Malik 4 322 1 Pak Eng Birmingham 04 Jun 1992
36 AR Border, SR Waugh 5 332* 1 Aus Eng Leeds 22 Jul 1993
37 MA Atherton, RA Smith 3 303 2 Eng Win St John’s 16 Apr 1994
38 Saqlain Mushtaq, Wasim Akram 8 313 2 Pak Zim Sheikhupura 17 Oct 1996
39 GS Blewett, SR Waugh 5 385 2 Aus SAF Johannesburg 28 Feb 1997
40 ST Jayasuriya, RS Mahanama 2 576 2 Srl Ind Colombo (RPS) 02 Aug 1997
41 Aamer Sohail, Inzamam-ul-Haq 3 323 2 Pak Win Rawalpindi 29 Nov 1997
42 HH Gibbs, JH Kallis 2 315* 2 SAF NZl Christchurch 11 Mar 1999
43 Ijaz Ahmed, Inzamam-ul-Haq 3 352* 2 Pak Srl Dhaka 12 Mar 1999
44 JC Adams, BC Lara 5 322 2 Win Aus Kingston 13 Mar 1999
45 JL Langer, RT Ponting 5 327 2 Aus Pak Perth 26 Nov 1999
46 MS Atapattu, ST Jayasuriya 1 335 1 Srl Pak Kandy 28 Jun 2000
47 R Dravid, VVS Laxman 5 376 3 Ind Aus Kolkata 11 Mar 2001
48 AC Gilchrist, DR Martyn 6 317 1 Aus SAF Johannesburg 22 Feb 2002
49 HH Gibbs, GC Smith 1 368 1 SAF Pak Cape Town 02 Jan 2003
50 DS Lehmann, RT Ponting 3 315 1 Aus Win Port of Spain 19 Apr 2003
51 HH Dippenaar, JA Rudolph 3 429* 2 SAF Ban Chattogram 24 Apr 2003
52 HH Gibbs, GC Smith 1 338 1 SAF Eng Birmingham 24 Jul 2003
53 R Dravid, VVS Laxman 5 303 2 Ind Aus Adelaide 12 Dec 2003
54 VVS Laxman, SR Tendulkar 4 353 1 Ind Aus Sydney 02 Jan 2004
55 HH Gibbs, GC Smith 1 301 1 SAF Win Centurion 16 Jan 2004
56 V Sehwag, SR Tendulkar 3 336 1 Ind Pak Multan 28 Mar 2004
57 MS Atapattu, KC Sangakkara 2 438 2 Srl Zim Bulawayo 14 May 2004
58 Inzamam-ul-Haq, Younis Khan 3 324 1 Pak Ind Bengaluru 24 Mar 2005
59 CH Gayle, RR Sarwan 2 331 2 Win SAF St John’s 29 Apr 2005
60 Mohammad Yousuf, Younis Khan 3 319 1 Pak Ind Lahore 13 Jan 2006
61 R Dravid, V Sehwag 1 410 2 Ind Pak Lahore 13 Jan 2006
62 JN Gillespie, MEK Hussey 4 320 2 Aus Ban Chattogram 16 Apr 2006
63 M Jayawardene, KC Sangakkara 3 624 2 Srl SAF Colombo (SSC) 27 Jul 2006
64 Mohammad Yousuf, Younis Khan 3 363 2 Pak Eng Leeds 04 Aug 2006
65 PD Collingwood, KP Pietersen 4 310 1 Eng Aus Adelaide 01 Dec 2006
66 M Jayawardene, KC Sangakkara 3 311 2 Srl Ban Kandy 11 Jul 2007
67 HM Amla, JH Kallis 3 330 3 SAF NZl Johannesburg 08 Nov 2007
68 SC Ganguly, Yuvraj Singh 5 300 1 Ind Pak Bengaluru 08 Dec 2007
69 ND McKenzie, GC Smith 1 415 1 SAF Ban Chattogram 29 Feb 2008
70 R Dravid, G Gambhir 2 314 1 Ind Eng Mohali 19 Dec 2008
71 M Jayawardene, TT Samaraweera 4 437 1 Srl Pak Karachi 21 Feb 2009
72 M Jayawardene, P Jayawardene 6 351 2 Srl Ind Ahmedabad 16 Nov 2009
73 MJ Clarke, RT Ponting 4 352 1 Aus Pak Hobart 14 Jan 2010
74 HM Amla, JH Kallis 3 340 1 SAF Ind Nagpur 06 Feb 2010
75 MJ Guptill, BB McCullum 6 339 1 NZl Ban Hamilton 15 Feb 2010
76 SCJ Broad, IJL Trott 8 332 1 Eng Pak Lord’s 26 Aug 2010
77 SR Tendulkar, M Vijay 3 308 2 Ind Aus Bengaluru 09 Oct 2010
78 BJ Haddin, MEK Hussey 6 307 2 Aus Eng Brisbane 25 Nov 2010
79 AN Cook, IJL Trott 2 329* 3 Eng Aus Brisbane 25 Nov 2010
80 IR Bell, KP Pietersen 3 350 1 Eng Ind The Oval 18 Aug 2011
81 MJ Clarke, MEK Hussey 5 334* 2 Aus Ind Sydney 03 Jan 2012
82 MJ Clarke, RT Ponting 4 386 1 Aus Ind Adelaide 24 Jan 2012
83 HM Amla, JH Kallis 3 377* 2 SAF Eng The Oval 19 Jul 2012
84 DM Bravo, MN Samuels 3 326 2 Win Ban Khulna 21 Nov 2012
85 CA Pujara, M Vijay 2 370 2 Ind Aus Hyd-RGS 02 Mar 2013
86 AB de Villiers, GC Smith 5 338 2 SAF Pak Dubai (DSC) 23 Oct 2013
87 BB McCullum, BJ Watling 6 352 3 NZl Ind Wellington 14 Feb 2014
88 HM Amla, AB de Villiers 4 308 1 SAF Win Centurion 17 Dec 2014
89 BJ Watling, KS Williamson 6 365* 3 NZl Srl Wellington 03 Jan 2015
90 Imrul Kayes, Tamim Iqbal 1 312 3 Ban Pak Khulna 28 Apr 2015
91 UT Khawaja, DA Warner 2 302 1 Aus NZl Perth 13 Nov 2015
92 SE Marsh, AC Voges 4 449 1 Aus Win Hobart 10 Dec 2015
93 JM Bairstow, BA Stokes 6 399 1 Eng SAF Cape Town 02 Jan 2016
94 V Kohli, AM Rahane 4 365 1 Ind NZl Indore 08 Oct 2016
95 Mushfiqur Rahim, Shakib Al Hasan 5 359 1 Ban NZl Wellington 12 Jan 2017
96 MR Marsh, SPD Smith 5 301 2 Aus Eng Perth 14 Dec 2017
97 DM de Silva, BKG Mendis 2 308 2 Srl Ban Chattogram 31 Jan 2018
98 JA Burns, TM Head 4 308 1 Aus Srl Canberra 01 Feb 2019
99 MA Agarwal, RG Sharma 1 317 1 Ind SAF Visakhapatnam 02 Oct 2019
100 M Labuschagne, DA Warner 2 361 1 Aus Pak Adelaide 29 Nov 2019

It also provides the 23rd occasion of Australian batsmen posting a 300 plus runs partnerships in a Test innings.All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 DG Bradman, WH Ponsford 4 388 2 Aus Eng Leeds 20 Jul 1934
2 DG Bradman, WH Ponsford 2 451 1 Aus Eng The Oval 18 Aug 1934
3 DG Bradman, JHW Fingleton 6 346 3 Aus Eng Melbourne 01 Jan 1937
4 SG Barnes, DG Bradman 5 405 2 Aus Eng Sydney 13 Dec 1946
5 DG Bradman, AR Morris 2 301 4 Aus Eng Leeds 22 Jul 1948
6 WM Lawry, RB Simpson 1 382 1 Aus Win Bridgetown 05 May 1965
7 WM Lawry, KD Walters 4 336 1 Aus Win Sydney 14 Feb 1969
8 GR Marsh, MA Taylor 1 329 1 Aus Eng Nottingham 10 Aug 1989
9 AR Border, SR Waugh 5 332* 1 Aus Eng Leeds 22 Jul 1993
10 GS Blewett, SR Waugh 5 385 2 Aus SAF Johannesburg 28 Feb 1997
11 JL Langer, RT Ponting 5 327 2 Aus Pak Perth 26 Nov 1999
12 AC Gilchrist, DR Martyn 6 317 1 Aus SAF Johannesburg 22 Feb 2002
13 DS Lehmann, RT Ponting 3 315 1 Aus Win Port of Spain 19 Apr 2003
14 JN Gillespie, MEK Hussey 4 320 2 Aus Ban Chattogram 16 Apr 2006
15 MJ Clarke, RT Ponting 4 352 1 Aus Pak Hobart 14 Jan 2010
16 BJ Haddin, MEK Hussey 6 307 2 Aus Eng Brisbane 25 Nov 2010
17 MJ Clarke, MEK Hussey 5 334* 2 Aus Ind Sydney 03 Jan 2012
18 MJ Clarke, RT Ponting 4 386 1 Aus Ind Adelaide 24 Jan 2012
19 UT Khawaja, DA Warner 2 302 1 Aus NZl Perth 13 Nov 2015
20 SE Marsh, AC Voges 4 449 1 Aus Win Hobart 10 Dec 2015
21 MR Marsh, SPD Smith 5 301 2 Aus Eng Perth 14 Dec 2017
22 JA Burns, TM Head 4 308 1 Aus Srl Canberra 01 Feb 2019
23 M Labuschagne, DA Warner 2 361 1 Aus Pak Adelaide 29 Nov 2019

It also provides the third occasion of Australian batsmen posting a 300 plus runs partnerships in a Test innings against Pakistan. All such occasions are tabulated below, It also represents the highest partnership by Australian batsmen against Pakistan.

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 JL Langer, RT Ponting 5 327 2 Aus Pak Perth 26 Nov 1999
2 MJ Clarke, RT Ponting 4 352 1 Aus Pak Hobart 14 Jan 2010
3 M Labuschagne, DA Warner 2 361 1 Aus Pak Adelaide 29 Nov 2019

It also provides the 13th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a 300 plus runs partnerships in a Test innings against Pakistan. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 CC Hunte, GS Sobers 2 446 2 Win Pak Kingston 26 Feb 1958
2 JL Langer, RT Ponting 5 327 2 Aus Pak Perth 26 Nov 1999
3 MS Atapattu, ST Jayasuriya 1 335 1 Srl Pak Kandy 28 Jun 2000
4 HH Gibbs, GC Smith 1 368 1 SAF Pak Cape Town 02 Jan 2003
5 V Sehwag, SR Tendulkar 3 336 1 Ind Pak Multan 28 Mar 2004
6 R Dravid, V Sehwag 1 410 2 Ind Pak Lahore 13 Jan 2006
7 SC Ganguly, Yuvraj Singh 5 300 1 Ind Pak Bengaluru 08 Dec 2007
8 M Jayawardene, TT Samaraweera 4 437 1 Srl Pak Karachi 21 Feb 2009
9 MJ Clarke, RT Ponting 4 352 1 Aus Pak Hobart 14 Jan 2010
10 SCJ Broad, IJL Trott 8 332 1 Eng Pak Lord’s 26 Aug 2010
11 AB de Villiers, GC Smith 5 338 2 SAF Pak Dubai (DSC) 23 Oct 2013
12 Imrul Kayes, Tamim Iqbal 1 312 3 Ban Pak Khulna 28 Apr 2015
13 M Labuschagne, DA Warner 2 361 1 Aus Pak Adelaide 29 Nov 2019

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

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 DG Bradman, WH Ponsford 2 451 1 Aus Eng The Oval 18 Aug 1934
2 L Hutton, M Leyland 2 382 1 Eng Aus The Oval 20 Aug 1938
3 DG Bradman, AR Morris 2 301 4 Aus Eng Leeds 22 Jul 1948
4 CC Hunte, GS Sobers 2 446 2 Win Pak Kingston 26 Feb 1958
5 KF Barrington, JH Edrich 2 369 1 Eng NZl Leeds 08 Jul 1965
6 SM Gavaskar, DB Vengsarkar 2 344* 3 Ind Win Kolkata 29 Dec 1978
7 DI Gower, RT Robinson 2 331 2 Eng Aus Birmingham 15 Aug 1985
8 GA Gooch, DI Gower 2 351 1 Eng Aus The Oval 29 Aug 1985
9 ST Jayasuriya, RS Mahanama 2 576 2 Srl Ind Colombo (RPS) 02 Aug 1997
10 HH Gibbs, JH Kallis 2 315* 2 SAF NZl Christchurch 11 Mar 1999
11 MS Atapattu, KC Sangakkara 2 438 2 Srl Zim Bulawayo 14 May 2004
12 CH Gayle, RR Sarwan 2 331 2 Win SAF St John’s 29 Apr 2005
13 R Dravid, G Gambhir 2 314 1 Ind Eng Mohali 19 Dec 2008
14 AN Cook, IJL Trott 2 329* 3 Eng Aus Brisbane 25 Nov 2010
15 CA Pujara, M Vijay 2 370 2 Ind Aus Hyd-RGS 02 Mar 2013
16 UT Khawaja, DA Warner 2 302 1 Aus NZl Perth 13 Nov 2015
17 DM de Silva, BKG Mendis 2 308 2 Srl Ban Chattogram 31 Jan 2018
18 M Labuschagne, DA Warner 2 361 1 Aus Pak Adelaide 29 Nov 2019

Test Cricket has witnessed 14 occasions of 400 plus runs partnerships. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 M Jayawardene, KC Sangakkara 3 624 2 Srl SAF Colombo (SSC) 27 Jul 2006
2 ST Jayasuriya, RS Mahanama 2 576 2 Srl Ind Colombo (RPS) 02 Aug 1997
3 MD Crowe, AH Jones 3 467 3 NZl Srl Wellington 31 Jan 1991
4 DG Bradman, WH Ponsford 2 451 1 Aus Eng The Oval 18 Aug 1934
5 Javed Miandad, Mudassar Nazar 3 451 1 Pak Ind Hyd-Pak 14 Jan 1983
6 SE Marsh, AC Voges 4 449 1 Aus Win Hobart 10 Dec 2015
7 CC Hunte, GS Sobers 2 446 2 Win Pak Kingston 26 Feb 1958
8 MS Atapattu, KC Sangakkara 2 438 2 Srl Zim Bulawayo 14 May 2004
9 M Jayawardene, TT Samaraweera 4 437 1 Srl Pak Karachi 21 Feb 2009
10 ND McKenzie, GC Smith 1 415 1 SAF Ban Chattogram 29 Feb 2008
11 MH Mankad, P Roy 1 413 1 Ind NZl Chennai 06 Jan 1956
12 MC Cowdrey, PBH May 4 411 3 Eng Win Birmingham 30 May 1957
13 R Dravid, V Sehwag 1 410 2 Ind Pak Lahore 13 Jan 2006
14 SG Barnes, DG Bradman 5 405 2 Aus Eng Sydney 13 Dec 1946

It also provides the 19th occasion of batsmen posting 300 plus runs partnership on Australian soil. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 JB Hobbs, W Rhodes 1 323 2 Eng Aus Melbourne 09 Feb 1912
2 DG Bradman, JHW Fingleton 6 346 3 Aus Eng Melbourne 01 Jan 1937
3 SG Barnes, DG Bradman 5 405 2 Aus Eng Sydney 13 Dec 1946
4 EJ Barlow, RG Pollock 3 341 2 SAF Aus Adelaide 24 Jan 1964
5 WM Lawry, KD Walters 4 336 1 Aus Win Sydney 14 Feb 1969
6 JL Langer, RT Ponting 5 327 2 Aus Pak Perth 26 Nov 1999
7 R Dravid, VVS Laxman 5 303 2 Ind Aus Adelaide 12 Dec 2003
8 VVS Laxman, SR Tendulkar 4 353 1 Ind Aus Sydney 02 Jan 2004
9 PD Collingwood, KP Pietersen 4 310 1 Eng Aus Adelaide 01 Dec 2006
10 MJ Clarke, RT Ponting 4 352 1 Aus Pak Hobart 14 Jan 2010
11 BJ Haddin, MEK Hussey 6 307 2 Aus Eng Brisbane 25 Nov 2010
12 AN Cook, IJL Trott 2 329* 3 Eng Aus Brisbane 25 Nov 2010
13 MJ Clarke, MEK Hussey 5 334* 2 Aus Ind Sydney 03 Jan 2012
14 MJ Clarke, RT Ponting 4 386 1 Aus Ind Adelaide 24 Jan 2012
15 UT Khawaja, DA Warner 2 302 1 Aus NZl Perth 13 Nov 2015
16 SE Marsh, AC Voges 4 449 1 Aus Win Hobart 10 Dec 2015
17 MR Marsh, SPD Smith 5 301 2 Aus Eng Perth 14 Dec 2017
18 JA Burns, TM Head 4 308 1 Aus Srl Canberra 01 Feb 2019
19 M Labuschagne, DA Warner 2 361 1 Aus Pak Adelaide 29 Nov 2019

It also provides the 13th occasion of Australian batsmen posting 300 plus runs partnership on home soil. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 DG Bradman, JHW Fingleton 6 346 3 Aus Eng Melbourne 01 Jan 1937
2 SG Barnes, DG Bradman 5 405 2 Aus Eng Sydney 13 Dec 1946
3 WM Lawry, KD Walters 4 336 1 Aus Win Sydney 14 Feb 1969
4 JL Langer, RT Ponting 5 327 2 Aus Pak Perth 26 Nov 1999
5 MJ Clarke, RT Ponting 4 352 1 Aus Pak Hobart 14 Jan 2010
6 BJ Haddin, MEK Hussey 6 307 2 Aus Eng Brisbane 25 Nov 2010
7 MJ Clarke, MEK Hussey 5 334* 2 Aus Ind Sydney 03 Jan 2012
8 MJ Clarke, RT Ponting 4 386 1 Aus Ind Adelaide 24 Jan 2012
9 UT Khawaja, DA Warner 2 302 1 Aus NZl Perth 13 Nov 2015
10 SE Marsh, AC Voges 4 449 1 Aus Win Hobart 10 Dec 2015
11 MR Marsh, SPD Smith 5 301 2 Aus Eng Perth 14 Dec 2017
12 JA Burns, TM Head 4 308 1 Aus Srl Canberra 01 Feb 2019
13 M Labuschagne, DA Warner 2 361 1 Aus Pak Adelaide 29 Nov 2019

Adelaide, Leeds and The Oval are the three grounds to witness 300 plus runs partnerships on five occasions. Adelaide joined the list with the 361 runs partnership between DA Warner-M Labuschagne in the ongoing Test

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 EJ Barlow, RG Pollock 3 341 2 SAF Aus Adelaide 24 Jan 1964
2 R Dravid, VVS Laxman 5 303 2 Ind Aus Adelaide 12 Dec 2003
3 PD Collingwood, KP Pietersen 4 310 1 Eng Aus Adelaide 01 Dec 2006
4 MJ Clarke, RT Ponting 4 386 1 Aus Ind Adelaide 24 Jan 2012
5 M Labuschagne, DA Warner 2 361 1 Aus Pak Adelaide 29 Nov 2019
                 
1 DG Bradman, WH Ponsford 4 388 2 Aus Eng Leeds 20 Jul 1934
2 DG Bradman, AR Morris 2 301 4 Aus Eng Leeds 22 Jul 1948
3 KF Barrington, JH Edrich 2 369 1 Eng NZl Leeds 08 Jul 1965
4 AR Border, SR Waugh 5 332* 1 Aus Eng Leeds 22 Jul 1993
5 Mohammad Yousuf, Younis Khan 3 363 2 Pak Eng Leeds 04 Aug 2006
                 
1 DG Bradman, WH Ponsford 2 451 1 Aus Eng The Oval 18 Aug 1934
2 L Hutton, M Leyland 2 382 1 Eng Aus The Oval 20 Aug 1938
3 GA Gooch, DI Gower 2 351 1 Eng Aus The Oval 29 Aug 1985
4 IR Bell, KP Pietersen 3 350 1 Eng Ind The Oval 18 Aug 2011
5 HM Amla, JH Kallis 3 377* 2 SAF Eng The Oval 19 Jul 2012

DA Warner’s triple century – 335 not out – against Pakistan in the ongoing test at Adelaide has the following statistical accreditations.

It provides the 31st occasion of a batsman scoring a triple century in the annals of Test cricket. It also provides the eighth occasion of Australian batsman scoring a triple century. It also provides the fourth occasion of a batsman scoring a triple century in a test innings against Pakistan. It also provides the second occasion of an Australian batsman scoring a triple century in a test innings against Pakistan.

It provides the 16th occasion of an opening batsman scoring a triple century in the annals of Test cricket. It also provides the fourth occasion of Australian opening batsman scoring a triple century. It also provides the third occasion of an opening batsman scoring a triple century in a test innings against Pakistan. It also provides the second occasion of an Australian opening batsman scoring a triple century in a test innings against Pakistan.

DA Warner’s 335 not out represent the highest individual score by an opening batsman against Pakistan. The previous best was 334 not out by MA Taylor of Australia at Peshawar in Oct 1998

DA Warner’s 335 not out represent the highest individual score by an Australian opening batsman against Pakistan. The previous best was 334 not out by MA Taylor of Australia at Peshawar in Oct 1998

It also represents the second triple century by a batsman in a Day-Night Test. Azhar Ali of Pakistan had scored 302 not out against West Indies at Dubai-DSC in Oct 2016. It also represents the highest individual score by a batsman in a Day-Night Test.

It also represents the second triple century by an opening batsman in a Day-Night Test. Azhar Ali of Pakistan had scored 302 not out against West Indies at Dubai-DSC in Oct 2016. It also represents the highest individual score by an opening batsman in a Day-Night Test.

It also represents the first triple century by a batsman in a test at Adelaide. The previous best was 299 not out by DG Bradman of Australia against South Africa at Adelaide in Jan 1932.

It also represents the first triple century in by an opening batsman in a test at Adelaide. The previous best was 225 by RB Simpson of Australia against England at Adelaide in Jan 1966.

DA Warner occupies fifth place in the list of openers who have scored most centuries in Tests.

DA Warner’s 166 not out in the ongoing test between Australia and Pakistan at Adelaide to provides his 23rd century as an opening batsman in Tests. He now occupies the fifth place in the list of opening batsmen who have scored most centuries in the annals of Test cricket. He went past G Boycott and V Sehwag who had scored 22 centuries on his way to fifth place

No Player Team Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C
1 SM Gavaskar Ind 1971-1987 119 203 12 9607 221 50.29 33
2 AN Cook Eng 2006-2018 154 278 14 11845 294 44.86 31
3 ML Hayden Aus 1994-2009 103 184 14 8625 380 50.73 30
4 GC Smith SAF 2002-2014 114 196 12 9030 277 49.07 27
5 DA Warner Aus 2011-2019 81 146 6 6739 253 48.13 23
                     
1 G Boycott Eng 1964-1982 107 191 23 8091 246* 48.16 22
2 V Sehwag Ind 2002-2013 99 170 6 8207 319 50.04 22

DA Warner became the second Australian opening batsman to score 23 or more centuries in Tests after ML Hayden ML Hayden has scored 30 centuries.

No Player Team Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C
1 ML Hayden Aus 1994-2009 103 184 14 8625 380 50.73 30
2 DA Warner Aus 2011-2019 81 146 6 6739 253 48.13 23

Centuries by a batsman batting at number eight in Test innings.

MJ Santner of New Zealand scored 126 against England in the just concluded test at Mount Maunganui to provide the 86th occasion of a batsman scoring a century while batting at number eight in Test innings. It also provides the 14th occasion of a New Zealand batsman scoring a century while batting at number eight in Test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Pos Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 8 BR Taylor 105 1 NZl Ind Kolkata 5 Mar 1965
2 8 BR Taylor 124 1 NZl Win Auckland 27 Feb 1969
3 8 RJ Hadlee 103 2 NZl Win Christchurch 22 Feb 1980
4 8 IDS Smith 113* 1 NZl Eng Auckland 10 Feb 1984
5 8 JG Bracewell 110 2 NZl Eng Nottingham 07 Aug 1986
6 8 SB Styris 107 1 NZl Win St George’s 28 Jun 2002
7 8 DL Vettori 127 1 NZl Zim Harare 07 Aug 2005
8 8 DL Vettori 118 1 NZl Ind Hamilton 18 Mar 2009
9 8 DL Vettori 140 4 NZl Srl Colombo (SSC) 26 Aug 2009
10 8 DL Vettori 110 1 NZl Pak Wellington 15 Jan 2011
11 8 BJ Watling 103 1 NZl Ban Chattogram 09 Oct 2013
12 8 JDS Neesham 137* 3 NZl Ind Wellington 14 Feb 2014
13 8 TA Blundell 107* 2 NZl Win Wellington 01 Dec 2017
14 8 MJ Santner 126 2 NZl Eng Mt Maunganui 21 Nov 2019

It also provides the 20th occasion of a batsman scoring a century while batting at number eight in Test innings against England. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Pos Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 8 GJ Bonnor 128 2 Aus Eng Sydney 14 Mar 1885
2 8 MJ Hartigan 116 3 Aus Eng Adelaide 10 Jan 1908
3 8 JM Taylor 108 3 Aus Eng Sydney 19 Dec 1924
4 8 EL Dalton 117 1 SAF Eng The Oval 17 Aug 1935
5 8 EL Dalton 102 2 SAF Eng Johannesburg 24 Dec 1938
6 8 PL Winslow 108 2 SAF Eng Manchester 07 Jul 1955
7 8 BD Julien 121 1 Win Eng Lord’s 23 Aug 1973
8 8 N Kapil Dev 116 2 Ind Eng Kanpur 30 Jan 1982
9 8 IDS Smith 113* 1 NZl Eng Auckland 10 Feb 1984
10 8 SMH Kirmani 102 2 Ind Eng Mumbai 28 Nov 1984
11 8 JG Bracewell 110 2 NZl Eng Nottingham 07 Aug 1986
12 8 N Kapil Dev 110 1 Ind Eng The Oval 23 Aug 1990
13 8 Moin Khan 105 1 Pak Eng Leeds 08 Aug 1996
14 8 AB Agarkar 109* 4 Ind Eng Lord’s 25 Jul 2002
15 8 Kamran Akmal 154 2 Pak Eng Lahore 29 Nov 2005
16 8 A Kumble 110* 1 Ind Eng The Oval 09 Aug 2007
17 8 DJG Sammy 106 1 Win Eng Nottingham 25 May 2012
18 8 JO Holder 103* 4 Win Eng North Sound 13 Apr 2015
19 8 JO Holder 202* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23 Jan 2019
20 8 MJ Santner 126 2 NZl Eng M’t Maunganui 21 Nov 2019

It also provides the third occasion of a New Zealand batsman scoring a century while batting at number eight in Test innings against England. All such occasions are tabulated below. It also represents the highest individual innings by a New Zealand batsman batting at number eight in a Test innings against England.

No Pos Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 8 IDS Smith 113* 1 NZl Eng Auckland 10 Feb 1984
2 8 JG Bracewell 110 2 NZl Eng Nottingham 07 Aug 1986
3 8 MJ Santner 126 2 NZl Eng Mt Maunganui 21 Nov 2019

200 plus runs partnerships for the seventh wicket in Tests.

MJ Santner-BJ Watling of New  Zealand  added 261 runs for the seventh wicket against England at Mt Maunganui to provide the 18th occasion of batsmen posting  200 plus runs partnership for the seventh wicket in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 DJ McGlew, ARA Murray 7 246 1 SAF NZl Wellington 06 Mar 1953
2 DS Atkinson, CC Depeiaza 7 347 2 Win Aus Bridgetown 14 May 1955
3 Imtiaz Ahmed, Waqar Hasan 7 308 2 Pak NZl Lahore 26 Oct 1955
4 DT Lindsay, PL van der Merwe 7 221 3 SAF Aus Johannesburg 23 Dec 1966
5 GJ Gilmour, KD Walters 7 217 1 Aus NZl Christchurch 18 Feb 1977
6 SMH Kirmani, RJ Shastri 7 235 2 Ind Eng Mumbai 28 Nov 1984
7 Mohammad Yousuf, Saqlain Mushtaq 7 248 2 Pak NZl Christchurch 15 Mar 2001
8 VVS Laxman, A Ratra 7 217 1 Ind Win St John’s 10 May 2002
9 CL Cairns, JDP Oram 7 225 2 NZl SAF Auckland 18 Mar 2004
10 AC Gilchrist, SM Katich 7 212 2 Aus NZl Christchurch 10 Mar 2005
11 HAPW Jayawardene, WPUJC Vaas 7 223* 2 Srl Ban Colombo (SSC) 25 Jun 2007
12 MS Dhoni, VVS Laxman 7 259* 2 Ind SAF Kolkata 14 Feb 2010
13 MS Dhoni, VVS Laxman 7 224 1 Ind Win Kolkata 14 Nov 2011
14 DJG Sammy, MN Samuels 7 204 1 Win Eng Nottingham 25 May 2012
15 R Ashwin, RG Sharma 7 280 2 Ind Win Kolkata 06 Nov 2013
16 RA Jadeja, RR Pant 7 204 1 Ind Aus Sydney 03 Jan 2019
17 SO Dowrich, JO Holder 7 295* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23 Jan 2019
18 MJ Santner, BJ Watling 7 261 2 NZl Eng Mt Maunganui 21 Nov 2019

It also provides the second occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting 200 plus runs for the seventh wicket in Test innings. Both such occasions are listed below.  It also represents the record partnership by New Zealand batsman in tests for the seventh wicket.

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 CL Cairns, JDP Oram 7 225 2 NZl SAF Auckland 18 Mar 2004
2 MJ Santner, BJ Watling 7 261 2 NZl Eng Mt Maunganui 21 Nov 2019

It also provides the fourth occasion of batsmen posting 200 plus runs for the seventh wicket in Test innings against England. All such occasions are listed below. 

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 SMH Kirmani, RJ Shastri 7 235 2 Ind Eng Mumbai 28 Nov 1984
2 DJG Sammy, MN Samuels 7 204 1 Win Eng Nottingham 25 May 2012
3 SO Dowrich, JO Holder 7 295* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23 Jan 2019
4 MJ Santner, BJ Watling 7 261 2 NZl Eng Mt Maunganui 21 Nov 2019

India owns the record for most 200 plus runs partnerships for the seventh wicket in tests with six such partnerships. All such partnerships are tabulated below.

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 SMH Kirmani, RJ Shastri 7 235 2 Ind Eng Mumbai 28 Nov 1984
2 VVS Laxman, A Ratra 7 217 1 Ind Win St John’s 10 May 2002
3 MS Dhoni, VVS Laxman 7 259* 2 Ind SAF Kolkata 14 Feb 2010
4 MS Dhoni, VVS Laxman 7 224 1 Ind Win Kolkata 14 Nov 2011
5 R Ashwin, RG Sharma 7 280 2 Ind Win Kolkata 06 Nov 2013
6 RA Jadeja, RR Pant 7 204 1 Ind Aus Sydney 03 Jan 2019

MS Dhoni-VVS Laxman pair is the only pair to post two 200 plus runs partnerships for the seventh wicket. Both such partnerships are listed below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MS Dhoni, VVS Laxman 7 259* 2 Ind SAF Kolkata 14 Feb 2010
2 MS Dhoni, VVS Laxman 7 224 1 Ind Win Kolkata 14 Nov 2011

MJ Santner-BJ Watling of New  Zealand  added 261 runs for the seventh wicket against England at Mt Maunganui to provide the sixth occasion of batsmen posting  250 plus runs partnership for the seventh wicket in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 DS Atkinson, CC Depeiaza 7 347 2 Win Aus Bridgetown 14 May 1955
2 Imtiaz Ahmed, Waqar Hasan 7 308 2 Pak NZl Lahore 26 Oct 1955
3 SO Dowrich, JO Holder 7 295* 3 Win Eng Bridgetown 23 Jan 2019
4 R Ashwin, RG Sharma 7 280 2 Ind Win Kolkata 06 Nov 2013
5 MJ Santner, BJ Watling 7 261 2 NZl Eng Mt Maunganui 21 Nov 2019
6 MS Dhoni, VVS Laxman 7 259* 2 Ind SAF Kolkata 14 Feb 2010

Some interesting coincidences

It is interesting to note that the wicket-keeper batsmen were in the forefront in the just concluded three tests. In the test between India and Bangladesh at Kolkata, Bangladesh wicket keeper batsman scored Mushfiqur Rahim scored a defiant 74 in Bangladesh’s second innings. Pakistan’s wicket-keeper batsman Mohammad Rizwan scored 95 against Australia at Brisbane in Pakistan’s second innings. New Zealand wicket-keeper batsman BJ Watling came up with a double century – 205 against England at Mount Mounganai in New Zealand’s first innings.

Interesting all these three tests have been won by an innings by the victorious teams. India won by an innings and 46 runs against Bangladesh. Australia won by an innings and five runs against Pakistan. New Zealand won by an innings and 65 runs against England.

New Zealand’s innings victories and England’s innings defeats.

New Zealand won the just concluded test at Mount Maunganui against England by an innings and 65 runs to provide New Zealand’s 28th innings win and also England’s 62nd innings defeat. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 New Zealand won inns & 301 runs v Zimbabwe Napier 26 Jan 2012
2 New Zealand won inns & 294 runs v Zimbabwe Harare 07 Aug 2005
3 New Zealand won inns & 185 runs v Pakistan Hamilton 27 Mar 2001
4 New Zealand won inns & 137 runs v Bangladesh Wellington 12 Jan 2008
5 New Zealand won inns & 132 runs v England Christchurch 03 Feb 1984
6 New Zealand won inns & 117 runs v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 28 Jul 2016
7 New Zealand won inns & 105 runs v West Indies Wellington 26 Dec 1999
8 New Zealand won inns & 101 runs v Bangladesh Chattogram 26 Oct 2004
9 New Zealand won inns & 099 runs v Pakistan Auckland 25 Jan 1985
10 New Zealand won inns & 099 runs v Bangladesh Dhaka 19 Oct 2004
11 New Zealand won inns & 080 runs v Pakistan Sharjah 26 Nov 2014
12 New Zealand won inns & 074 runs v Bangladesh Wellington 26 Dec 2001
13 New Zealand won inns & 073 runs v West Indies Wellington 11 Dec 2013
14 New Zealand won inns & 067 runs v West Indies Wellington 01 Dec 2017
15 New Zealand won inns & 065 runs v Sri Lanka Colombo (PSS) 22 Aug 2019
16 New Zealand won inns & 065 runs v England Mount Maunganui 21 Nov 2019
17 New Zealand won inns & 061 runs v Sri Lanka Colombo (CCC) 24 Mar 1984
18 New Zealand won inns & 052 runs v Bangladesh Hamilton 18 Dec 2001
19 New Zealand won inns & 052 runs v Bangladesh Hamilton 28 Feb 2019
20 New Zealand won inns & 049 runs v England Auckland 22 Mar 2018
21 New Zealand won inns & 046 runs v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 15 Aug 2005
22 New Zealand won inns & 041 runs v Australia Brisbane 08 Nov 1985
23 New Zealand won inns & 038 runs v Sri Lanka Wellington 11 Apr 2005
24 New Zealand won inns & 036 runs v Sri Lanka Dunedin 07 Mar 1997
25 New Zealand won inns & 033 runs v India Wellington 13 Feb 1976
26 New Zealand won inns & 025 runs v Sri Lanka Christchurch 04 Mar 1983
27 New Zealand won inns & 013 runs v Zimbabwe Auckland 26 Feb 1998
28 New Zealand won inns & 012 runs v Bangladesh Wellington 08 Mar 2019
             
No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 England lost inns & 332 runs v Australia Brisbane 29 Nov 1946
2 England lost inns & 226 runs v West Indies Lord’s 23 Aug 1973
3 England lost inns & 215 runs v Sri Lanka Colombo (SSC) 18 Dec 2003
4 England lost inns & 200 runs v Australia Melbourne 26 Feb 1937
5 England lost inns & 180 runs v West Indies Birmingham 14 Jun 1984
6 England lost inns & 180 runs v Australia Nottingham 10 Aug 1989
7 England lost inns & 161 runs v West Indies Kingston 14 Mar 1935
8 England lost inns & 156 runs v West Indies Manchester 30 Jun 1988
9 England lost inns & 154 runs v Australia Brisbane 26 Nov 1954
10 England lost inns & 149 runs v Australia The Oval 14 Aug 1948
11 England lost inns & 148 runs v Australia Leeds 22 Jul 1993
12 England lost inns & 147 runs v Australia Sydney 01 Feb 1895
13 England lost inns & 132 runs v New Zealand Christchurch 03 Feb 1984
14 England lost inns & 123 runs v Australia Sydney 04 Jan 2018
15 England lost inns & 118 runs v Australia Birmingham 05 Jul 2001
16 England lost inns & 100 runs v Pakistan Lahore 29 Nov 2005
17 England lost inns & 099 runs v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2006
18 England lost inns & 093 runs v West Indies Birmingham 15 Jun 2000
19 England lost inns & 092 runs v South Africa Lord’s 31 Jul 2003
20 England lost inns & 091 runs v Australia Melbourne 31 Dec 1920
21 England lost inns & 087 runs v Pakistan Lahore 25 Nov 1987
22 England lost inns & 085 runs v Australia Birmingham 10 Jul 1975
23 England lost inns & 080 runs v Australia Leeds 07 Aug 2009
24 England lost inns & 079 runs v West Indies Port of Spain 13 Feb 1981
25 England lost inns & 075 runs v India Chennai 16 Dec 2016
26 England lost inns & 074 runs v South Africa Johannesburg 14 Jan 2010
27 England lost inns & 065 runs v New Zealand Mount Maunganui 21 Nov 2019
28 England lost inns & 064 runs v West Indies Manchester 26 Jul 1984
29 England lost inns & 064 runs v West Indies Birmingham 06 Jul 1995
30 England lost inns & 062 runs v Australia Lord’s 17 Jun 1993
31 England lost inns & 061 runs v Australia Leeds 24 Jul 1997
32 England lost inns & 056 runs v West Indies The Oval 12 Aug 1950
33 England lost inns & 055 runs v Australia Melbourne 01 Jan 1898
34 England lost inns & 055 runs v West Indies Leeds 04 Aug 1966
35 England lost inns & 052 runs v West Indies St John’s 20 Mar 1998
36 England lost inns & 051 runs v Australia Adelaide 21 Nov 2002
37 England lost inns & 049 runs v New Zealand Auckland 22 Mar 2018
38 England lost inns & 048 runs v Australia Perth 29 Nov 2002
39 England lost inns & 046 runs v India Leeds 22 Aug 2002
40 England lost inns & 046 runs v Australia The Oval 20 Aug 2015
41 England lost inns & 044 runs v West Indies Georgetown 17 Mar 1994
42 England lost inns & 041 runs v Australia Perth 14 Dec 2017
43 England lost inns & 040 runs v West Indies Manchester 02 Jun 1966
44 England lost inns & 039 runs v Australia The Oval 16 Aug 1930
45 England lost inns & 037 runs v South Africa Cape Town 02 Jan 2000
46 England lost inns & 036 runs v India Mumbai 08 Dec 2016
47 England lost inns & 033 runs v Australia Sydney 13 Dec 1946
48 England lost inns & 032 runs v West Indies St John’s 12 Apr 1990
49 England lost inns & 030 runs v West Indies Bridgetown 21 Mar 1986
50 England lost inns & 028 runs v Sri Lanka Galle 22 Feb 2001
51 England lost inns & 025 runs v Australia The Oval 23 Aug 2001
52 England lost inns & 023 runs v West Indies Kingston 04 Feb 2009
53 England lost inns & 022 runs v India Chennai 11 Feb 1993
54 England lost inns & 021 runs v South Africa Johannesburg 25 Nov 1999
55 England lost inns & 018 runs v Pakistan Leeds 02 Jul 1987
56 England lost inns & 016 runs v South Africa Cape Town 30 Mar 1906
57 England lost inns & 015 runs v India Mumbai 19 Feb 1993
58 England lost inns & 013 runs v Australia Adelaide 14 Jan 1898
59 England lost inns & 013 runs v Australia Sydney 05 Jan 1951
60 England lost inns & 012 runs v South Africa The Oval 19 Jul 2012
61 England lost inns & 009 runs v Australia Adelaide 28 Jan 1966
62 England lost inns & 008 runs v India Chennai 06 Feb 1952

It also provides the third innings victory for New Zealand against England. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 New Zealand won inns & 132 runs v England Christchurch 03 Feb 1984
2 New Zealand won inns & 065 runs v England Mount Maunganui 21 Nov 2019
3 New Zealand won inns & 049 runs v England Auckland 22 Mar 2018

Australia’s innings victories and Pakistan’s innings defeats.

Australia won the just concluded test at Brisbane against Pakistan by an innings and five runs to provide the 90th occasion of Australia winning a test by an innings margin and also provides the 31st occasion of Pakistan losing a test by an innings margin. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Australia won inns & 360 runs v South Africa Johannesburg 22 Feb 2002
2 Australia won inns & 332 runs v England Brisbane 29 Nov 1946
3 Australia won inns & 259 runs v South Africa Port Elizabeth 03 Mar 1950
4 Australia won inns & 226 runs v India Brisbane 28 Nov 1947
5 Australia won inns & 222 runs v New Zealand Hobart 26 Nov 1993
6 Australia won inns & 217 runs v West Indies Brisbane 16 Jan 1931
7 Australia won inns & 212 runs v West Indies Hobart 10 Dec 2015
8 Australia won inns & 201 runs v Sri Lanka Melbourne 26 Dec 2012
9 Australia won inns & 200 runs v England Melbourne 26 Feb 1937
0 Australia won inns & 198 runs v Pakistan Sharjah 11 Oct 2002
11 Australia won inns & 196 runs v South Africa Johannesburg 28 Feb 1997
12 Australia won inns & 184 runs v South Africa Johannesburg 15 Feb 1936
13 Australia won inns & 183 runs v West Indies Adelaide 25 Jan 1997
14 Australia won inns & 180 runs v England Nottingham 10 Aug 1989
15 Australia won inns & 177 runs v India Melbourne 06 Feb 1948
16 Australia won inns & 175 runs v Zimbabwe Perth 09 Oct 2003
17 Australia won inns & 172 runs v West Indies Sydney 01 Jan 1931
18 Australia won inns & 163 runs v South Africa Brisbane 27 Nov 1931
19 Australia won inns & 156 runs v New Zealand Brisbane 18 Nov 2004
20 Australia won inns & 155 runs v South Africa Sydney 18 Dec 1931
21 Australia won inns & 154 runs v England Brisbane 26 Nov 1954
22 Australia won inns & 149 runs v England The Oval 14 Aug 1948
23 Australia won inns & 148 runs v England Leeds 22 Jul 1993
24 Australia won inns & 147 runs v England Sydney 01 Feb 1895
25 Australia won inns & 141 runs v South Africa Cape Town 31 Dec 1957
26 Australia won inns & 141 runs v India Sydney 02 Jan 2000
27 Australia won inns & 132 runs v Bangladesh Darwin 18 Jul 2003
28 Australia won inns & 127 runs v India Delhi 12 Dec 1959
29 Australia won inns & 126 runs v West Indies Brisbane 23 Nov 2000
30 Australia won inns & 126 runs v Pakistan Brisbane 09 Nov 1995
31 Australia won inns & 123 runs v England Sydney 04 Jan 2018
32 Australia won inns & 122 runs v West Indies Melbourne 13 Feb 1931
33 Australia won inns & 118 runs v England Birmingham 05 Jul 2001
34 Australia won inns & 114 runs v South Africa Sydney 09 Dec 1910
35 Australia won inns & 114 runs v Pakistan Adelaide 22 Dec 1972
36 Australia won inns & 108 runs v Sri Lanka Perth 12 Feb 1988
37 Australia won inns & 103 runs v New Zealand Wellington 29 Mar 1946
38 Australia won inns & 099 runs v England Melbourne 26 Dec 2006
39 Australia won inns & 099 runs v Pakistan Rawalpindi 01 Oct 1998
40 Australia won inns & 098 runs v Bangladesh Cairns 25 Jul 2003
41 Australia won inns & 096 runs v New Zealand Brisbane 03 Dec 1993
42 Australia won inns & 091 runs v England Melbourne 31 Dec 1920
43 Australia won inns & 088 runs v South Africa Manchester 27 May 1912
44 Australia won inns & 085 runs v South Africa Johannesburg 24 Dec 1949
45 Australia won inns & 085 runs v England Birmingham 10 Jul 1975
46 Australia won inns & 082 runs v West Indies Kingston 11 Jun 1955
47 Australia won inns & 080 runs v England Leeds 07 Aug 2009
48 Australia won inns & 080 runs v Bangladesh Chattogram 16 Apr 2006
49 Australia won inns & 078 runs v South Africa Cape Town 01 Jan 1936
50 Australia won inns & 072 runs v South Africa Melbourne 12 Feb 1932
51 Australia won inns & 070 runs v New Zealand Perth 20 Nov 1997
52 Australia won inns & 068 runs v India Sydney 03 Jan 2012
53 Australia won inns & 065 runs v West Indies Brisbane 26 Nov 2009
54 Australia won inns & 062 runs v New Zealand Adelaide 28 Nov 2008
55 Australia won inns & 062 runs v England Lord’s 17 Jun 1993
56 Australia won inns & 061 runs v England Leeds 24 Jul 1997
57 Australia won inns & 060 runs v New Zealand Christchurch 25 Feb 1993
58 Australia won inns & 057 runs v New Zealand Adelaide 26 Jan 1974
59 Australia won inns & 055 runs v West Indies Sydney 30 Dec 1984
60 Australia won inns & 055 runs v India Chennai 13 Jan 1960
61 Australia won inns & 055 runs v England Melbourne 01 Jan 1898
62 Australia won inns & 053 runs v West Indies Kingston 29 Apr 1995
63 Australia won inns & 052 runs v New Zealand Wellington 12 Feb 2016
64 Australia won inns & 051 runs v England Adelaide 21 Nov 2002
65 Australia won inns & 048 runs v England Perth 29 Nov 2002
66 Australia won inns & 046 runs v England The Oval 20 Aug 2015
67 Australia won inns & 041 runs v England Perth 14 Dec 2017
68 Australia won inns & 040 runs v Sri Lanka Brisbane 24 Jan 2019
69 Australia won inns & 040 runs v Sri Lanka Brisbane 08 Nov 2007
70 Australia won inns & 039 runs v England The Oval 16 Aug 1930
71 Australia won inns & 038 runs v Sri Lanka Kandy 22 Apr 1983
72 Australia won inns & 038 runs v South Africa Sydney 09 Jan 1953
73 Australia won inns & 037 runs v India Perth 13 Jan 2012
74 Australia won inns & 036 runs v Sri Lanka Perth 08 Dec 1995
75 Australia won inns & 033 runs v England Sydney 13 Dec 1946
76 Australia won inns & 030 runs v West Indies Melbourne 26 Dec 1968
77 Australia won inns & 027 runs v West Indies Perth 01 Dec 2000
78 Australia won inns & 025 runs v New Zealand Melbourne 29 Dec 1973
79 Australia won inns & 025 runs v England The Oval 23 Aug 2001
80 Australia won inns & 021 runs v South Africa Sydney 02 Jan 1998
81 Australia won inns & 020 runs v Pakistan Perth 26 Nov 1999
82 Australia won inns & 020 runs v Pakistan Sharjah 19 Oct 2002
83 Australia won inns & 018 runs v Pakistan Melbourne 26 Dec 2016
84 Australia won inns & 016 runs v India Adelaide 23 Jan 1948
85 Australia won inns & 013 runs v England Adelaide 14 Jan 1898
86 Australia won inns & 013 runs v England Sydney 05 Jan 1951
87 Australia won inns & 009 runs v England Adelaide 28 Jan 1966
88 Australia won inns & 009 runs v Pakistan Perth 11 Nov 1983
89 Australia won inns & 006 runs v South Africa Durban 28 Feb 1936
90 Australia won inns & 005 runs v Pakistan Brisbane 21 Nov 2019
91 Australia won inns & 005 runs v India Chennai 19 Oct 1956
92 Australia won inns & 004 runs v India Melbourne 30 Dec 1967
93 Australia won inns & 004 runs v India Sydney 02 Jan 1981
             
No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Pakistan lost inns & 225 runs v England Lord’s 26 Aug 2010
2 Pakistan lost inns & 198 runs v Australia Sharjah 11 Oct 2002
3 Pakistan lost inns & 185 runs v New Zealand Hamilton 27 Mar 2001
4 Pakistan lost inns & 174 runs v West Indies Kingston 26 Feb 1958
5 Pakistan lost inns & 156 runs v West Indies Lahore 26 Mar 1959
6 Pakistan lost inns & 142 runs v South Africa Cape Town 02 Jan 2003
7 Pakistan lost inns & 131 runs v India Rawalpindi 13 Apr 2004
8 Pakistan lost inns & 129 runs v England Nottingham 01 Jul 1954
9 Pakistan lost inns & 126 runs v Australia Brisbane 09 Nov 1995
10 Pakistan lost inns & 120 runs v England Manchester 27 Jul 2006
11 Pakistan lost inns & 120 runs v England Lord’s 15 Jun 1978
12 Pakistan lost inns & 117 runs v England Leeds 05 Jul 1962
13 Pakistan lost inns & 114 runs v Australia Adelaide 22 Dec 1972
14 Pakistan lost inns & 099 runs v Australia Rawalpindi 01 Oct 1998
15 Pakistan lost inns & 099 runs v New Zealand Auckland 25 Jan 1985
16 Pakistan lost inns & 092 runs v South Africa Dubai (DSC) 23 Oct 2013
17 Pakistan lost inns & 080 runs v New Zealand Sharjah 26 Nov 2014
18 Pakistan lost inns & 070 runs v India Delhi 16 Oct 1952
19 Pakistan lost inns & 064 runs v Zimbabwe Harare 31 Jan 1995
20 Pakistan lost inns & 057 runs v England Birmingham 01 Jun 1978
21 Pakistan lost inns & 055 runs v England Leeds 01 Jun 2018
22 Pakistan lost inns & 052 runs v India Multan 28 Mar 2004
23 Pakistan lost inns & 024 runs v England Birmingham 31 May 1962
24 Pakistan lost inns & 020 runs v Australia Sharjah 19 Oct 2002
25 Pakistan lost inns & 020 runs v Australia Perth 26 Nov 1999
26 Pakistan lost inns & 018 runs v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2016
27 Pakistan lost inns & 018 runs v South Africa Centurion 22 Feb 2013
28 Pakistan lost inns & 010 runs v West Indies Lahore 07 Nov 1986
29 Pakistan lost inns & 009 runs v England Lord’s 17 May 2001
30 Pakistan lost inns & 009 runs v Australia Perth 11 Nov 1983
31 Pakistan lost inns & 005 runs v Australia Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

Australia’s innings win against Pakistan at Bribane provides Australia’s ninth innings win in a Test against Pakistan. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Australia won inns & 198 runs v Pakistan Sharjah 11 Oct 2002
2 Australia won inns & 126 runs v Pakistan Brisbane 09 Nov 1995
3 Australia won inns & 114 runs v Pakistan Adelaide 22 Dec 1972
4 Australia won inns & 099 runs v Pakistan Rawalpindi 01 Oct 1998
5 Australia won inns & 020 runs v Pakistan Perth 26 Nov 1999
6 Australia won inns & 020 runs v Pakistan Sharjah 19 Oct 2002
7 Australia won inns & 018 runs v Pakistan Melbourne 26 Dec 2016
8 Australia won inns & 009 runs v Pakistan Perth 11 Nov 1983
9 Australia won inns & 005 runs v Pakistan Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

Wicket-keeper batsmen scoring nineties in a Test innings

Mohmmad Rizwan of Pakistan scored 97 in the just concluded test at Brisbane against Australia to provide the 70th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a ninety in the annals of Test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 HB Cameron 90 1 SAF Eng Lord’s 29 Jun 1935
2 D Tallon 92 3 Aus Eng Melbourne 01 Jan 1947
3 JR Reid 93 3 NZl Eng The Oval 13 Aug 1949
4 RT Spooner 92 3 Eng Ind Kolkata 30 Dec 1951
5 Hanif Mohammad 96 3 Pak Ind Mumbai (BS) 13 Nov 1952
6 Imtiaz Ahmed 91 3 Pak Win Bridgetown 17 Jan 1958
7 Imtiaz Ahmed 98 3 Pak Eng The Oval 16 Aug 1962
8 Abdul Kadir 95 1 Pak Aus Karachi 24 Oct 1964
9 FM Engineer 90 1 Ind NZl Chennai 27 Feb 1965
10 JM Parks 91 2 Eng Win Lord’s 16 Jun 1966
11 APE Knott 96* 1 Eng Pak Karachi 06 Mar 1969
12 RW Marsh 92* 1 Aus Eng Melbourne 21 Jan 1971
13 APE Knott 96 3 Eng NZl Auckland 05 Mar 1971
14 APE Knott 90 1 Eng Ind The Oval 19 Aug 1971
15 RW Marsh 91 4 Aus Eng Manchester 08 Jun 1972
16 APE Knott 92 1 Eng Aus The Oval 10 Aug 1972
17 RW Marsh 97 1 Aus Win Kingston 16 Feb 1973
18 DL Murray 90 2 Win Aus Bridgetown 09 Mar 1973
19 DL Murray 91 1 Win Ind Mumbai 23 Jan 1975
20 RW Taylor 97 3 Eng Aus Adelaide 27 Jan 1979
21 RW Marsh 91 2 Aus NZl Perth 12 Dec 1980
22 PJL Dujon 98 1 Win Ind Ahmedabad 12 Nov 1983
23 WB Phillips 91 3 Aus Eng Leeds 13 Jun 1985
24 Saleem Yousuf 91* 1 Pak Eng Birmingham 23 Jul 1987
25 RC Russell 94 2 Eng Srl Lord’s 25 Aug 1988
26 DJ Richardson 93 2 SAF NZl Johannesburg 25 Nov 1994
27 CI Dunusinghe 91 3 Srl NZl Napier 11 Mar 1995
28 RC Russell 91 1 Eng Win The Oval 24 Aug 1995
29 Moin Khan 98 2 Pak Srl Colombo (SSC) 26 Apr 1997
30 IA Healy 90 2 Aus Ind Chennai 06 Mar 1998
31 AJ Stewart 95 1 Eng SAF Durban 26 Dec 1999
32 RD Jacobs 96* 1 Win Aus Perth 01 Dec 2000
33 MV Boucher 92 2 SAF Srl Cape Town 02 Jan 2001
34 KC Sangakkara 95 3 Srl Eng Kandy 07 Mar 2001
35 RD Jacobs 93* 2 Win SAF Port of Spain 17 Mar 2001
36 AC Gilchrist 90 2 Aus Eng Lord’s 19 Jul 2001
37 Rashid Latif 94 2 Pak Ban Dhaka 09 Jan 2002
38 AC Gilchrist 91 1 Aus SAF Durban 15 Mar 2002
39 RD Jacobs 91* 2 Win Ban Dhaka 08 Dec 2002
40 BB McCullum 96 3 NZl Eng Lord’s 20 May 2004
41 T Taibu 92 2 Zim Ban Chattogram 06 Jan 2005
42 KD Karthik 93 3 Ind Pak Kolkata 16 Mar 2005
43 BB McCullum 99 1 NZl Srl Napier 04 Apr 2005
44 AC Gilchrist 94 1 Aus ICC Sydney 14 Oct 2005
45 MS Dhoni 92 1 Ind Eng The Oval 09 Aug 2007
46 BB McCullum 97 1 NZl Eng Lord’s 15 May 2008
47 MS Dhoni 92 1 Ind Aus Mohali 17 Oct 2008
48 BJ Haddin 94 3 Aus SAF Perth 17 Dec 2008
49 MV Boucher 95 2 SAF Eng Johannesburg 14 Jan 2010
50 Mushfiqur Rahim 95 4 Ban Eng Chattogram 12 Mar 2010
51 MJ Prior 93 1 Eng Ban Manchester 04 Jun 2010
52 TD Paine 92 1 Aus Ind Mohali 01 Oct 2010
53 MS Dhoni 98 2 Ind NZl Nagpur 20 Nov 2010
54 MS Dhoni 90 3 Ind SAF Centurion 16 Dec 2010
55 MJ Prior 91 3 Eng Ind Ahmedabad 15 Nov 2012
56 MS Dhoni 99 2 Ind Eng Nagpur 13 Dec 2012
57 Mushfiqur Rahim 93 3 Ban Zim Harare 25 Apr 2013
58 AB de Villiers 90 3 SAF Pak Abu Dhabi 14 Oct 2013
59 BJ Haddin 94 1 Aus Eng Brisbane 21 Nov 2013
60 AB de Villiers 91 2 SAF Aus Centurion 12 Feb 2014
61 Sarfaraz Ahmed 96 2 Pak Srl Galle 17 Jun 2015
62 Q de Kock 91 2 SAF NZl Wellington 16 Mar 2017
63 Q de Kock 90 1 SAF NZl Hamilton 25 Mar 2017
64 JM Bairstow 99 1 Eng SAF Manchester 04 Aug 2017
65 Liton Das 94 3 Ban Srl Chattogram 31 Jan 2018
66 JM Bairstow 93 2 Eng Ind Lord’s 09 Aug 2018
67 RR Pant 92 1 Ind Win Rajkot 04 Oct 2018
68 RR Pant 92 2 Ind Win Hyd-RGS 12 Oct 2018
69 Sarfaraz Ahmed 94 1 Pak Aus Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018
70 Mohammad Rizwan 95 3 Pak Aus Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

It also provides the tenth occasion of a Pakistan wicket keeper scoring a ninety in a test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Hanif Mohammad 96 3 Pak Ind Mumbai (BS) 13 Nov 1952
2 Imtiaz Ahmed 91 3 Pak Win Bridgetown 17 Jan 1958
3 Imtiaz Ahmed 98 3 Pak Eng The Oval 16 Aug 1962
4 Abdul Kadir 95 1 Pak Aus Karachi 24 Oct 1964
5 Saleem Yousuf 91* 1 Pak Eng Birmingham 23 Jul 1987
6 Moin Khan 98 2 Pak Srl Colombo (SSC) 26 Apr 1997
7 Rashid Latif 94 2 Pak Ban Dhaka 09 Jan 2002
8 Sarfaraz Ahmed 96 2 Pak Srl Galle 17 Jun 2015
9 Sarfaraz Ahmed 94 1 Pak Aus Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018
10 Mohammad Rizwan 95 3 Pak Aus Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

It also provides the ninth occasion of a Pakistan wicket keeper scoring a ninety in a test innings against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Abdul Kadir 95 1 Pak Aus Karachi 24 Oct 1964
2 APE Knott 92 1 Eng Aus The Oval 10 Aug 1972
3 DL Murray 90 2 Win Aus Bridgetown 09 Mar 1973
4 RW Taylor 97 3 Eng Aus Adelaide 27 Jan 1979
5 RD Jacobs 96* 1 Win Aus Perth 01 Dec 2000
6 MS Dhoni 92 1 Ind Aus Mohali 17 Oct 2008
7 AB de Villiers 91 2 SAF Aus Centurion 12 Feb 2014
8 Sarfaraz Ahmed 94 1 Pak Aus Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018
9 Mohammad Rizwan 95 3 Pak Aus Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

It also provides the third occasion of a Pakistan wicket keeper scoring a ninety in a test innings against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Abdul Kadir 95 1 Pak Aus Karachi 24 Oct 1964
2 Sarfaraz Ahmed 94 1 Pak Aus Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018
3 Mohammad Rizwan 95 3 Pak Aus Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

MS Dhoni of India owns the record for most nineties by a wicket keeper batsman. He has scored nineties on five occasions. APE Knott {04}, RW Marssh {04}, AC Gilchrist {03}, BB McCullum {03} and RD Jacobs {03} are the other wicket keeper batsmen who have scored nineties on three or more occasions.

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MS Dhoni 92 1 Ind Eng The Oval 09 Aug 2007
2 MS Dhoni 92 1 Ind Aus Mohali 17 Oct 2008
3 MS Dhoni 98 2 Ind NZl Nagpur 20 Nov 2010
4 MS Dhoni 90 3 Ind SAF Centurion 16 Dec 2010
5 MS Dhoni 99 2 Ind Eng Nagpur 13 Dec 2012
               
1 APE Knott 96* 1 Eng Pak Karachi 06 Mar 1969
2 APE Knott 96 3 Eng NZl Auckland 05 Mar 1971
3 APE Knott 90 1 Eng Ind The Oval 19 Aug 1971
4 APE Knott 92 1 Eng Aus The Oval 10 Aug 1972
               
1 RW Marsh 92* 1 Aus Eng Melbourne 21 Jan 1971
2 RW Marsh 91 4 Aus Eng Manchester 08 Jun 1972
3 RW Marsh 97 1 Aus Win Kingston 16 Feb 1973
4 RW Marsh 91 2 Aus NZl Perth 12 Dec 1980
               
1 AC Gilchrist 90 2 Aus Eng Lord’s 19 Jul 2001
2 AC Gilchrist 91 1 Aus SAF Durban 15 Mar 2002
3 AC Gilchrist 94 1 Aus ICC Sydney 14 Oct 2005
               
1 BB McCullum 96 3 NZl Eng Lord’s 20 May 2004
2 BB McCullum 99 1 NZl Srl Napier 04 Apr 2005
3 BB McCullum 97 1 NZl Eng Lord’s 15 May 2008
               
1 RD Jacobs 96* 1 Win Aus Perth 01 Dec 2000
2 RD Jacobs 93* 2 Win SAF Port of Spain 17 Mar 2001
3 RD Jacobs 91* 2 Win Ban Dhaka 08 Dec 2002
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