Stats highlights of Match number 02 of the IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match number 02 of the IPL 2020

With both teams scoring 157 runs – Delhi {157-8} and Punjab {157-8} – this game ended in a tie to provide the tenth tied game of the tournament. All the ten games are tabulated below.

NoTeamTeam 2GroundDate
1KolkataRajasthanCape Town23.04.09
2ChennaiPunjabChennai21.03.10
3SunrisersBangaloreHyd-RGS07.04.13
4BangaloreDelhiBangalore16.04.13
5KolkataRajasthanAbu Dhabi29.04.14
6RajasthanPunjabAhmedabad21.04.15
7GujaratMumbaiRajkot29.04.17
8KolkataDelhiDelhi30.03.19
9MumbaiSunrisersMum-WS02.05.19
10DelhiPunjabDub-DSC20.09.

It also provides the third tied game involving Punjab.  The games are listed below

NoTeamTeam 2GroundDate
1ChennaiPunjabChennai21.03.10
2RajasthanPunjabAhmedabad21.04.15
3DelhiPunjabDub-DSC20.09.

It also provides the third tied game involving Punjab.  The games are listed below

NoTeamTeam 2GroundDate
1BangaloreDelhiBangalore16.04.13
2KolkataDelhiDelhi30.03.19
3DelhiPunjabDub-DSC20.09.

This is the second tied game of the tournament when both the teams posted a similar score – Both the teams posted 157 for the loss of eight wickets. Prior to this Rajasthan and Punjab had scored 191 for 6 at Ahmedabad on 21.04.15 to provide the sixth tied game of the tournament. In all the other eight games, there were variance with regard to the wickets while the score was the same.

This is the second tied game of the tournament played in United Arab Emirates. The game played between Kolkata and Rajasthan at Abu Dhabi on 29.04.14 had ended in a tie.

MP Stoinis scored 53 runs in 21 deliveries – his 50 in 20 balls – to provide the fourth occasion of a Delhi batsman scoring a fifty in 20 and less than 20 balls. The following table lists the batsmen

PlayerBallsMatchVenueDate
CH Morris17Delhi v GujaratDelhi27.04.16
RR Pant18Delhi v MumbaiMumbai24.03.19
V Sehwag20Delhi v RajasthanJaipur01.05.12
MP Stoinis20Delhi v PunjabDub-DSC20.09.20

MP Stoinis became the sixth batsman in the tournament to score fifty in exact 20 deliveries and also provides the seventh such occasion. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerBallsMatchVenueDate
1MS Dhoni20Chennai v MumbaiBangalore23.05.12
2V Sehwag20Delhi v RajasthanJaipur01.05.12
3MP Stoinis20Delhi v PunjabDub-DSC20.09.20
4KA Pollard20Mumbai v SunrisersMumbai13.05.13
5DA Warner20Sunrisers v ChennaiHyderabad02.05.15
6DA Warner20Sunrisers v KolkataHyderabad30.04.17
7MC Henriques20Sunrisers v BangaloreHyderabad15.05.15

S Dhawan was dismissed run out without scoring in this game to provide the 79th occasion of a batsman dismissed run out for a duck in the tournament. It also provides the tenth occasion of a Delhi batsman dismissed run out without scoring in the tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanTeamOppositionVenueDate
1S LaddaDelhiHydurabadCuttack21.03.10
2IK PathanDelhiMumbaiDelhi10.04.11
3AB AgarkarDelhiKolkataDelhi28.04.11
4M MorkelDelhiKolkataDelhi07.05.12
5VA AaronDelhiChennaiChennai25.05.12
6AP TareDelhiMumbaiMumbai22.04.17
7C MunroDelhiRajasthanJaipur11.04.18
8CH MorrisDelhiPunjabMohali01.04.19
9KMA PaulDelhiMumbaiDelhi18.04.19
10S DhawanDelhiPunjabDub-DSC20.09.20

S Dhawan was dismissed run out without scoring in this game to provide the second occasion his dismissed run out for a duck in the tournament. The first such occasion was against Gujarat at Delhi on 27.05.16. He became the tenth batsman to be dismissed run out without scoring in the tournament on two or more occasions.  All such occasions are tabulated below

NoNoBatsmanTeamOppositionVenueDate
11IK PathanPunjabMumbaiCenturion12.05.09
 2IK PathanDelhiMumbaiDelhi10.04.11
       
21L BalajiChennaiBangaloreBangalore22.05.08
 2L BalajiChennaiDelhiDurban23.04.09
       
31PP ChawlaPunjabDelhiCape Town19.04.09
 2PP ChawlaPunjabMumbaiCenturion12.05.09
 3PP ChawlaKolkataRajasthanAbu Dhabi29.04.14
       
41R SharmaPuneRajasthanJaipur01.05.11
 2R SharmaPuneMumbaiMumbai06.04.12
       
51RP SinghDeccanDelhiDurban13.05.09
 2RP SinghKochiBangaloreBangalore08.05.11
       
61SA AsnodkarRajasthanDeccanP E’beth02.05.09
 2SA AsnodkarRajasthanMumbaiMum-BS13.03.10
       
71SK WarneRajasthanMumbaiDurban14.05.09
 2SK WarneRajasthanChennaiAhmedabad28.03.10
 3SK WarneRajasthanDelhiDelhi31.03.10
       
81SL MalingaMumbaiRajasthanDurban14.05.09
 2SL MalingaMumbaiDelhiCenturion21.05.09
 3SL MalingaMumbaiDeccanMumbai14.05.11
       
91McClenaghanMumbaiRis PuneMumbai24.04.17
 2McClenaghanMumbaiChennaiHyderabad12.05.19
       
101S DhawanSunrisersGujaratDelhi27.05.16
 2S DhawanDelhiPunjabDub-DSC20.09.20

MP Stoinis was dismissed run out for 53 in this game to provide the 58th occasion of a batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in the tournament. It also provides the fourth occasion of a Delhi batsman dismissed in such a manner in the tournament. All the four occasions are tabulated below. Interestingly enough all these four batsmen are overseas batsmen.

NoBatsmanScoreTeamOppnVenueDate
1TM Dilshan65DelhiDeccanCenturion22.05.09
2DA Warner57DelhiDeccanCuttack21.03.10
3JR Hopes55DelhiMumbaiMumbai07.05.11
4MP Stoinis53DelhiPunjabDub-DSC20.09.20

KL Rahul became the 50th captain to lead a team in the tournament. He was leading Punjab in this game. Punjab has been led by twelve captains in the tournament which includes KL Rahul also. Thus Punjab earned the distinction of being led by most captains in the tournament. Prior to this game, Delhi and Punjab shared the distinction of being led by most captains – eleven – in the tournament. The following table lists the captains who have led Delhi and Punjab

TeamNoPlayerMWLNR
Delhi1Duminy JP16691
Delhi2Gambhir G209110
Delhi3Hopes  JR3021
Delhi4Iyer SS2515100
Delhi5Jayawardene M164110
Delhi6Karthik  KD7340
Delhi7Khan  Z2310130
Delhi8Nair, KK3210
Delhi9Pietersen  KP111100
Delhi10Sehwag  V5228240
Delhi11Warner  DA2020
       
TeamNoPlayerMWLNR
Punjab1Ashwin  R2812160
Punjab2Bailey  GJ3014160
Punjab3Gilchrist  AC3417170
Punjab4Hussey DJ12660
Punjab5Jayawardene M2110
Punjab6Maxwell  GJ14770
Punjab7Miller  DA6150
Punjab8Rahul KL1010
Punjab9Sangakkara KC12390
Punjab10Sehwag V1100
Punjab11Vijay  M8350
Punjab12Yuvraj Singh2917120

CJ Jordan returned with figures of 4.0-0-56-0 in this game to provide the 153rd occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs in the tournament. It also provides the 26th occasion of a Punjab bowler conceding 50 plus runs in the tournament. All the 26 occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerWROppositionGroundDate
1JR Hopes153ChennaiMohali19.04.08
2VRV Singh056MumbaiMumbai21.05.08
3S Sreesanth051DeccanCuttack19.03.10
4MG Neser062BangaloreMohali06.05.13
5M Kartik151RajasthanSharjah20.04.14
6S Sharma165SunrisersHyd-RGS14.05.14
7BE Hendricks057RajasthanMohali23.05.14
8P Awana259ChennaiMumbai30.05.14
9K Singh454KolkataBangalore01.06.14
10R Dhawan050MumbaiMumbai12.04.15
11AR Patel150BangaloreBangalore06.05.15
12A Singh256KolkataKolkata09.05.15
13KC Cariappa055BangaloreBangalore18.05.16
14I Sharma058MumbaiIndore20.04.17
15MM Sharma257MumbaiMumbai11.05.17
16MM Sharma251SunrisersMohali19.04.18
17R Ashwin053SunrisersMohali19.04.18
18BB Sran250KolkataKolkata21.04.18
19Axar Patel052KolkataIndore12.05.18
20SM Curran252RajasthanJaipur25.03.19
21AS Rajpoot152MumbaiMumbai10.04.19
22SM Curran154MumbaiMumbai10.04.19
23Mohd Shami153BangaloreBangalore24.04.19
24GC Viljoen151BangaloreBangalore24.04.19
25M Ur Rehman066SunrisersHyd-RGS29.04.19
26CJ Jordan056DelhiDub-DSC20.09.20

CJ Jordan returned with figures of 4.0-0-56-0 in this game to provide the 68th occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs without a wicket in the tournament. It also provides the eleventh occasion of a Punjab bowler conceding 50 plus runs without a wicket in the tournament. All the eleven occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerWROppositionGroundDate
1VRV Singh056MumbaiMumbai21.05.08
2S Sreesanth051DeccanCuttack19.03.10
3MG Neser062BangaloreMohali06.05.13
4BE Hendricks057RajasthanMohali23.05.14
5R Dhawan050MumbaiMumbai12.04.15
6KC Cariappa055BangaloreBangalore18.05.16
7I Sharma058MumbaiIndore20.04.17
8R Ashwin053SunrisersMohali19.04.18
9Axar Patel052KolkataIndore12.05.18
10M Ur Rehman066SunrisersHyd-RGS29.04.19
11CJ Jordan056DelhiDub-DSC20.09.20

S Dhawan collected his seventh duck in the tournament, which also provides his tenth duck in T20 games.

S Dhawan’s T20 run aggregate read 7294 runs while GJ Maxwell’s T20 run aggregate read 6097.

S Dhawan’s IPL appearances read 160 and he became the tenth cricketer to make 160 plus appearances in IPL.

Stats highlights of Match Number – 01 of IPL 2020

Stats highlights of Match Number – 01 of IPL 2020

PP Chawla’s lone wicket – that of RG Sharma who was caught by SM Curran for 12 – in this game gave him an aggregate of 151 wickets in IPL. He now stands third in the list of bowlers who have captured most wickets in IPL. Others are – SL Malinga {170} and A Mishra {157}.

PP Chawla was representing the third team in IPL and this was his first game for Chennai. He has represented two other teams in IPL – Kings Eleven Punjab and Kolkata Knight Riders. He has captured 84 wickets while appearing for Kings Eleven Punjab and 66 wickets while representing Kolkata Knight Riders

The third wicket partnership of 115 runs between F du Plessis and AT Rayudu in Chennai’s innings provides the 200th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in IPL. It also provides the 26th occasion of a three figure partnership by Chennai batsmen in IPL and provides the 37th occasion of a three figure partnership for the third wicket in the tournament.

The third wicket partnership of 115 runs between F du Plessis and AT Rayudu in Chennai’s innings provides the seventh occasion of a three figure partnership for the third wicket by Chennai batsmen in IPL and provides the third occasion of a three figure partnership by Chennai for the third wicket against Mumbai in the tournament.

The third wicket partnership of 115 runs between F du Plessis and AT Rayudu in Chennai’s innings provides the 24th occasion of a three figure partnership by batsmen against Mumbai in IPL and provides the fifth occasion of a three figure partnership for the third wicket against Mumbai in the tournament.

The five wicket victory for Chennai against Mumbai in the opening fixture of IPL 2020-21 season at Abu Dhabi on 13.09.20 was the one hundredth victory for Chennai under Mahendra Singh  Dhoni. Chennai has won 47 games by wicket margin and 53 games by runs margin.

Chennai has won three games by one to three wickets margin – one each by one wicket, two wickets and three wickets margin – and four games by nine wickets margin.  Chennai has won eight games by single digit margin {one to nine runs} and 13 games by 50 plus runs margin. Of these 13 games, three games have been won by 90 plus runs. The following table furnishes the games won against each opposition

NoOppositionMatWonLostTiedTWTLNR
1v Deccan1006040000
2v Delhi2014060000
3v Punjab2112080010
4v Kochi201010000
5v Kolkata2013070000
6v Mumbai2912170000
7v Pune604020000
8v Rajasthan2114070000
9v Bangalore2415080001
10v Sunrisers1209030000
 Total165100630011

Most wins have been achieved against Bangalore – 15 wins.  Against six teams ten or more games have been won.

NoOppositionMatWonLostTiedTWTLNR
1v Bangalore2415080001
2v Delhi2014060000
3v Rajasthan2114070000
4v Kolkata2013070000
5v Punjab2112080010
6v Mumbai2912170000

Channai has won most games – 40 – at Chennai.

NoTeam 1Team 2WinnerMarginGroundMatch Date
1ChennaiMumbaiChennai06 runsChennaiApr 23, 2008
2ChennaiKolkataChennai09 wktsChennaiApr 26, 2008
3ChennaiPunjabChennai18 runsChennaiMay 10, 2008
4ChennaiBangaloreChennai05 wktsChennaiMar 31, 2010
5ChennaiRajasthanChennai23 runsChennaiApr 03, 2010
6ChennaiMumbaiChennai24 runsChennaiApr 06, 2010
7ChennaiKolkataChennai09 wktsChennaiApr 13, 2010
8ChennaiKolkataChennai02 runsChennaiApr 08, 2011
9ChennaiBangaloreChennai21 runsChennaiApr 16, 2011
10ChennaiPuneChennai25 runsChennaiApr 25, 2011
11ChennaiDeccanChennai19 runsChennaiMay 01, 2011
12ChennaiRajasthanChennai08 wktsChennaiMay 04, 2011
13ChennaiDelhiChennai18 runsChennaiMay 12, 2011
14ChennaiKochiChennai11 runsChennaiMay 18, 2011
15ChennaiBangaloreChennai58 runsChennaiMay 28, 2011
16ChennaiBangaloreChennai05 wktsChennaiApr 12, 2012
17ChennaiPuneChennai13 runsChennaiApr 19, 2012
18ChennaiRajasthanChennai07 wktsChennaiApr 21, 2012
19ChennaiDeccanChennai10 runsChennaiMay 04, 2012
20ChennaiDelhiChennai09 wktsChennaiMay 12, 2012
21DelhiChennaiChennai86 runsChennaiMay 25, 2012
22ChennaiBangaloreChennai04 wktsChennaiApr 13, 2013
23ChennaiRajasthanChennai05 wktsChennaiApr 22, 2013
24ChennaiSunrisersChennai05 wktsChennaiApr 25, 2013
25ChennaiKolkataChennai14 runsChennaiApr 28, 2013
26ChennaiPunjabChennai15 runsChennaiMay 02, 2013
27ChennaiDelhiChennai33 runsChennaiMay 14, 2013
28ChennaiDelhiChennai01 runChennaiApr 09, 2015
29ChennaiSunrisersChennai45 runsChennaiApr 11, 2015
30ChennaiPunjabChennai97 runsChennaiApr 25, 2015
31ChennaiKolkataChennai02 runsChennaiApr 28, 2015
32ChennaiBangaloreChennai24 runsChennaiMay 04, 2015
33ChennaiRajasthanChennai12 runsChennaiMay 10, 2015
34ChennaiKolkataChennai05 wktsChennaiApr 10, 2018
35ChennaiBangaloreChennai07 wktsChennaiMar 23, 2019
36ChennaiRajasthanChennai08 runsChennaiMar 31, 2019
37ChennaiPunjabChennai22 runsChennaiApr 06, 2019
38ChennaiKolkataChennai07 wktsChennaiApr 09, 2019
39ChennaiSunrisersChennai06 wktsChennaiApr 23, 2019
40ChennaiDelhiChennai80 runsChennaiMay 01, 2019
Chennai carves its one hundredth IPL win under MS Dhoni

Chennai carves its one hundredth IPL win under MS Dhoni

The five wicket victory for Chennai against Mumbai  in the opening fixture of IPL 2020-21 season at Abu Dhabi on 13.09.20 was the one hundredth victory for Chennai under Mahendra Singh  Dhoni. All the one hundred wins are tabulated below chronologically.

NoTeam 1Team 2WinnerMarginGroundMatch Date
1PunjabChennaiChennai33 runsMohaliApr 19, 2008
2ChennaiMumbaiChennai06 runsChennaiApr 23, 2008
3ChennaiKolkataChennai09 wktsChennaiApr 26, 2008
4BangaloreChennaiChennai13 runsBengaluruApr 28, 2008
5DelhiChennaiChennai04 wktsDelhiMay 08, 2008
6ChennaiPunjabChennai18 runsChennaiMay 10, 2008
7KolkataChennaiChennai03 runsKolkataMay 18, 2008
8DeccanChennaiChennai07 wktsHyd-RGSMay 27, 2008
9ChennaiPunjabChennai09 wktsMumbaiMay 31, 2008
10BangaloreChennaiChennai92 runsP ElizabethApr 20, 2009
11ChennaiRajasthanChennai38 runsCenturionApr 30, 2009
12ChennaiDelhiChennai18 runsJo’burgMay 02, 2009
13ChennaiDeccanChennai78 runsEast LondonMay 04, 2009
14ChennaiPunjabChennai12 runsCenturionMay 07, 2009
15ChennaiRajasthanChennai07 wktsKimberleyMay 09, 2009
16ChennaiMumbaiChennai07 wktsP ElizabethMay 16, 2009
17ChennaiPunjabChennai24 runsDurbanMay 20, 2009
18KolkataChennaiChennai55 runsKolkataMar 16, 2010
19ChennaiBangaloreChennai05 wktsChennaiMar 31, 2010
20ChennaiRajasthanChennai23 runsChennaiApr 03, 2010
21ChennaiMumbaiChennai24 runsChennaiApr 06, 2010
22ChennaiKolkataChennai09 wktsChennaiApr 13, 2010
23PunjabChennaiChennai06 wktsDharamsalaApr 18, 2010
24ChennaiDeccanChennai38 runsMumbaiApr 22, 2010
25ChennaiMumbaiChennai22 runsMumbaiApr 25, 2010
26ChennaiKolkataChennai02 runsChennaiApr 08, 2011
27ChennaiBangaloreChennai21 runsChennaiApr 16, 2011
28ChennaiPuneChennai25 runsChennaiApr 25, 2011
29PuneChennaiChennai08 wktsMumbaiApr 27, 2011
30ChennaiDeccanChennai19 runsChennaiMay 01, 2011
31ChennaiRajasthanChennai08 wktsChennaiMay 04, 2011
32RajasthanChennaiChennai63 runsJaipurMay 09, 2011
33ChennaiDelhiChennai18 runsChennaiMay 12, 2011
34ChennaiKochiChennai11 runsChennaiMay 18, 2011
35BangaloreChennaiChennai06 wktsMumbaiMay 24, 2011
36ChennaiBangaloreChennai58 runsChennaiMay 28, 2011
37DeccanChennaiChennai74 runsVizagApr 07, 2012
38ChennaiBangaloreChennai05 wktsChennaiApr 12, 2012
39ChennaiPuneChennai13 runsChennaiApr 19, 2012
40ChennaiRajasthanChennai07 wktsChennaiApr 21, 2012
41ChennaiDeccanChennai10 runsChennaiMay 04, 2012
42RajasthanChennaiChennai04 wktsJaipurMay 10, 2012
43ChennaiDelhiChennai09 wktsChennaiMay 12, 2012
44KolkataChennaiChennai05 wktsKolkataMay 14, 2012
45ChennaiMumbaiChennai38 runsBengaluruMay 23, 2012
46DelhiChennaiChennai86 runsChennaiMay 25, 2012
47PunjabChennaiChennai10 wktsMohaliApr 10, 2013
48ChennaiBangaloreChennai04 wktsChennaiApr 13, 2013
49DelhiChennaiChennai86 runsDelhiApr 18, 2013
50KolkataChennaiChennai04 wktsKolkataApr 20, 2013
51ChennaiRajasthanChennai05 wktsChennaiApr 22, 2013
52ChennaiSunrisersChennai05 wktsChennaiApr 25, 2013
53ChennaiKolkataChennai14 runsChennaiApr 28, 2013
54PuneChennaiChennai37 runsPuneApr 30, 2013
55ChennaiPunjabChennai15 runsChennaiMay 02, 2013
56SunrisersChennaiChennai77 runsHyd-RGSMay 08, 2013
57ChennaiDelhiChennai33 runsChennaiMay 14, 2013
58ChennaiMumbaiChennai48 runsDelhiMay 21, 2013
59ChennaiDelhiChennai93 runsA DhabiApr 21, 2014
60RajasthanChennaiChennai07 runsDub-DSCApr 23, 2014
61ChennaiMumbaiChennai07 wktsDub-DSCApr 25, 2014
62SunrisersChennaiChennai05 wktsSharjahApr 27, 2014
63ChennaiKolkataChennai34 runsRanchiMay 02, 2014
64DelhiChennaiChennai08 wktsDelhiMay 05, 2014
65MumbaiChennaiChennai04 wktsMumbaiMay 10, 2014
66ChennaiRajasthanChennai05 wktsRanchiMay 13, 2014
67BangaloreChennaiChennai08 wktsBengaluruMay 24, 2014
68ChennaiMumbaiChennai07 wktsMum-BSMay 28, 2014
69ChennaiDelhiChennai01 runChennaiApr 09, 2015
70ChennaiSunrisersChennai45 runsChennaiApr 11, 2015
71MumbaiChennaiChennai06 wktsMumbaiApr 17, 2015
72BangaloreChennaiChennai27 runsBengaluruApr 22, 2015
73ChennaiPunjabChennai97 runsChennaiApr 25, 2015
74ChennaiKolkataChennai02 runsChennaiApr 28, 2015
75ChennaiBangaloreChennai24 runsChennaiMay 04, 2015
76ChennaiRajasthanChennai12 runsChennaiMay 10, 2015
77PunjabChennaiChennai07 wktsMohaliMay 16, 2015
78ChennaiBangaloreChennai03 wktsRanchiMay 22, 2015
79MumbaiChennaiChennai01 wicketMumbaiApr 07, 2018
80ChennaiKolkataChennai05 wktsChennaiApr 10, 2018
81ChennaiRajasthanChennai64 runsPuneApr 20, 2018
82SunrisersChennaiChennai04 runsHyd-RGSApr 22, 2018
83BangaloreChennaiChennai05 wktsBengaluruApr 25, 2018
84ChennaiDelhiChennai13 runsPuneApr 30, 2018
85ChennaiBangaloreChennai06 wktsPuneMay 05, 2018
86ChennaiSunrisersChennai08 wktsPuneMay 13, 2018
87ChennaiPunjabChennai05 wktsPuneMay 20, 2018
88SunrisersChennaiChennai02 wktsMumbaiMay 22, 2018
89ChennaiSunrisersChennai08 wktsMumbaiMay 27, 2018
90ChennaiBangaloreChennai07 wktsChennaiMar 23, 2019
91DelhiChennaiChennai06 wktsDelhiMar 26, 2019
92ChennaiRajasthanChennai08 runsChennaiMar 31, 2019
93ChennaiPunjabChennai22 runsChennaiApr 06, 2019
94ChennaiKolkataChennai07 wktsChennaiApr 09, 2019
95RajasthanChennaiChennai04 wktsJaipurApr 11, 2019
96KolkataChennaiChennai05 wktsKolkataApr 14, 2019
97ChennaiSunrisersChennai06 wktsChennaiApr 23, 2019
98ChennaiDelhiChennai80 runsChennaiMay 01, 2019
99ChennaiDelhiChennai06 wktsVizagMay 10, 2019
100MumbaiChennaiChennai05 wktsA DhabiSep 19, 2020

Chennai has won 47 games by wicket margin and 53 games by runs margin. The following table lists them

NoTeam 1Team 2WinnerMarginGroundMatch Date
1ChennaiKolkataChennai09 wktsChennaiApr 26, 2008
2DelhiChennaiChennai04 wktsDelhiMay 08, 2008
3DeccanChennaiChennai07 wktsHyd-RGSMay 27, 2008
4ChennaiPunjabChennai09 wktsMumbaiMay 31, 2008
5ChennaiRajasthanChennai07 wktsKimberleyMay 09, 2009
6ChennaiMumbaiChennai07 wktsP ElizabethMay 16, 2009
7ChennaiBangaloreChennai05 wktsChennaiMar 31, 2010
8ChennaiKolkataChennai09 wktsChennaiApr 13, 2010
9PunjabChennaiChennai06 wktsDharamsalaApr 18, 2010
10PuneChennaiChennai08 wktsMumbaiApr 27, 2011
11ChennaiRajasthanChennai08 wktsChennaiMay 04, 2011
12BangaloreChennaiChennai06 wktsMumbaiMay 24, 2011
13ChennaiBangaloreChennai05 wktsChennaiApr 12, 2012
14ChennaiRajasthanChennai07 wktsChennaiApr 21, 2012
15RajasthanChennaiChennai04 wktsJaipurMay 10, 2012
16ChennaiDelhiChennai09 wktsChennaiMay 12, 2012
17KolkataChennaiChennai05 wktsKolkataMay 14, 2012
18ChennaiBangaloreChennai04 wktsChennaiApr 13, 2013
19KolkataChennaiChennai04 wktsKolkataApr 20, 2013
20ChennaiRajasthanChennai05 wktsChennaiApr 22, 2013
21ChennaiSunrisersChennai05 wktsChennaiApr 25, 2013
22ChennaiMumbaiChennai07 wktsDub-DSCApr 25, 2014
23SunrisersChennaiChennai05 wktsSharjahApr 27, 2014
24DelhiChennaiChennai08 wktsDelhiMay 05, 2014
25MumbaiChennaiChennai04 wktsMumbaiMay 10, 2014
26ChennaiRajasthanChennai05 wktsRanchiMay 13, 2014
27BangaloreChennaiChennai08 wktsBengaluruMay 24, 2014
28ChennaiMumbaiChennai07 wktsMum-BSMay 28, 2014
29MumbaiChennaiChennai06 wktsMumbaiApr 17, 2015
30PunjabChennaiChennai07 wktsMohaliMay 16, 2015
31ChennaiBangaloreChennai03 wktsRanchiMay 22, 2015
32MumbaiChennaiChennai01 wktMumbaiApr 07, 2018
33ChennaiKolkataChennai05 wktsChennaiApr 10, 2018
34BangaloreChennaiChennai05 wktsBengaluruApr 25, 2018
35ChennaiBangaloreChennai06 wktsPuneMay 05, 2018
36ChennaiSunrisersChennai08 wktsPuneMay 13, 2018
37ChennaiPunjabChennai05 wktsPuneMay 20, 2018
38SunrisersChennaiChennai02 wktsMumbaiMay 22, 2018
39ChennaiSunrisersChennai08 wktsMumbaiMay 27, 2018
40ChennaiBangaloreChennai07 wktsChennaiMar 23, 2019
41DelhiChennaiChennai06 wktsDelhiMar 26, 2019
42ChennaiKolkataChennai07 wktsChennaiApr 09, 2019
43RajasthanChennaiChennai04 wktsJaipurApr 11, 2019
44KolkataChennaiChennai05 wktsKolkataApr 14, 2019
45ChennaiSunrisersChennai06 wktsChennaiApr 23, 2019
46ChennaiDelhiChennai06 wktsVizagMay 10, 2019
47MumbaiChennaiChennai05 wktsA DhabiSep 19, 2020
       
NoTeam 1Team 2WinnerMarginGroundMatch Date
1PunjabChennaiChennai33 runsMohaliApr 19, 2008
2ChennaiMumbaiChennai06 runsChennaiApr 23, 2008
3BangaloreChennaiChennai13 runsBengaluruApr 28, 2008
4ChennaiPunjabChennai18 runsChennaiMay 10, 2008
5KolkataChennaiChennai03 runsKolkataMay 18, 2008
6BangaloreChennaiChennai92 runsP ElizabethApr 20, 2009
7ChennaiRajasthanChennai38 runsCenturionApr 30, 2009
8ChennaiDelhiChennai18 runsJo’burgMay 02, 2009
9ChennaiDeccanChennai78 runsE LondonMay 04, 2009
10ChennaiPunjabChennai12 runsCenturionMay 07, 2009
11ChennaiPunjabChennai24 runsDurbanMay 20, 2009
12KolkataChennaiChennai55 runsKolkataMar 16, 2010
13ChennaiRajasthanChennai23 runsChennaiApr 03, 2010
14ChennaiMumbaiChennai24 runsChennaiApr 06, 2010
15ChennaiDeccanChennai38 runsMumbaiApr 22, 2010
16ChennaiMumbaiChennai22 runsMumbaiApr 25, 2010
17ChennaiKolkataChennai02 runsChennaiApr 08, 2011
18ChennaiBangaloreChennai21 runsChennaiApr 16, 2011
19ChennaiPuneChennai25 runsChennaiApr 25, 2011
20ChennaiDeccanChennai19 runsChennaiMay 01, 2011
21RajasthanChennaiChennai63 runsJaipurMay 09, 2011
22ChennaiDelhiChennai18 runsChennaiMay 12, 2011
23ChennaiKochiChennai11 runsChennaiMay 18, 2011
24ChennaiBangaloreChennai58 runsChennaiMay 28, 2011
25DeccanChennaiChennai74 runsVizagApr 07, 2012
26ChennaiPuneChennai13 runsChennaiApr 19, 2012
27ChennaiDeccanChennai10 runsChennaiMay 04, 2012
28ChennaiMumbaiChennai38 runsBengaluruMay 23, 2012
29DelhiChennaiChennai86 runsChennaiMay 25, 2012
30PunjabChennaiChennai10 wktsMohaliApr 10, 2013
31DelhiChennaiChennai86 runsDelhiApr 18, 2013
32ChennaiKolkataChennai14 runsChennaiApr 28, 2013
33PuneChennaiChennai37 runsPuneApr 30, 2013
34ChennaiPunjabChennai15 runsChennaiMay 02, 2013
35SunrisersChennaiChennai77 runsHyd-RGSMay 08, 2013
36ChennaiDelhiChennai33 runsChennaiMay 14, 2013
37ChennaiMumbaiChennai48 runsDelhiMay 21, 2013
38ChennaiDelhiChennai93 runsA DhabiApr 21, 2014
39RajasthanChennaiChennai07 runsDub-DSCApr 23, 2014
40ChennaiKolkataChennai34 runsRanchiMay 02, 2014
41ChennaiDelhiChennai01 runChennaiApr 09, 2015
42ChennaiSunrisersChennai45 runsChennaiApr 11, 2015
43BangaloreChennaiChennai27 runsBengaluruApr 22, 2015
44ChennaiPunjabChennai97 runsChennaiApr 25, 2015
45ChennaiKolkataChennai02 runsChennaiApr 28, 2015
46ChennaiBangaloreChennai24 runsChennaiMay 04, 2015
47ChennaiRajasthanChennai12 runsChennaiMay 10, 2015
48ChennaiRajasthanChennai64 runsPuneApr 20, 2018
49SunrisersChennaiChennai04 runsHyd-RGSApr 22, 2018
50ChennaiDelhiChennai13 runsPuneApr 30, 2018
51ChennaiRajasthanChennai08 runsChennaiMar 31, 2019
52ChennaiPunjabChennai22 runsChennaiApr 06, 2019
53ChennaiDelhiChennai80 runsChennaiMay 01, 2019

Chennai has won three games by one to three wickets margin – one each by one wicket, two wickets and three wickets margin – and four games by nine wickets margin.  The following table lists them.

NoTeam 1Team 2WinnerMarginGroundMatch Date
1MumbaiChennaiChennai01 wktMumbaiApr 07, 2018
2SunrisersChennaiChennai02 wktsMumbaiMay 22, 2018
3ChennaiBangaloreChennai03 wktsRanchiMay 22, 2015
       
1ChennaiKolkataChennai09 wktsChennaiApr 26, 2008
2ChennaiPunjabChennai09 wktsMumbaiMay 31, 2008
3ChennaiKolkataChennai09 wktsChennaiApr 13, 2010
4ChennaiDelhiChennai09 wktsChennaiMay 12, 2012

Chennai has won eight games by single digit margin {one to nine runs} and 13 games by 50 plus runs margin.

Of these 13 games, three games have been won by 90 plus runs. The following table lists them

NoTeam 1Team 2WinnerMarginGroundMatch Date
1ChennaiDelhiChennai01 runChennaiApr 09, 2015
2ChennaiKolkataChennai02 runsChennaiApr 08, 2011
3ChennaiKolkataChennai02 runsChennaiApr 28, 2015
4KolkataChennaiChennai03 runsKolkataMay 18, 2008
5SunrisersChennaiChennai04 runsHyd-RGSApr 22, 2018
6ChennaiMumbaiChennai06 runsChennaiApr 23, 2008
7RajasthanChennaiChennai07 runsDub-DSCApr 23, 2014
8ChennaiRajasthanChennai08 runsChennaiMar 31, 2019
       
1KolkataChennaiChennai55 runsKolkataMar 16, 2010
2ChennaiBangaloreChennai58 runsChennaiMay 28, 2011
3RajasthanChennaiChennai63 runsJaipurMay 09, 2011
4ChennaiRajasthanChennai64 runsPuneApr 20, 2018
5DeccanChennaiChennai74 runsVizagApr 07, 2012
6SunrisersChennaiChennai77 runsHyd-RGSMay 08, 2013
7ChennaiDeccanChennai78 runsE LondonMay 04, 2009
8ChennaiDelhiChennai80 runsChennaiMay 01, 2019
9DelhiChennaiChennai86 runsChennaiMay 25, 2012
10DelhiChennaiChennai86 runsDelhiApr 18, 2013
11BangaloreChennaiChennai92 runsP ElizabethApr 20, 2009
12ChennaiDelhiChennai93 runsA DhabiApr 21, 2014
13ChennaiPunjabChennai97 runsChennaiApr 25, 2015

The following table furnishes the games won against each opposition

NoOppositionMatWonLostTiedTWTLNR
1v Deccan1006040000
2v Delhi2014060000
3v Punjab2112080010
4v Kochi201010000
5v Kolkata2013070000
6v Mumbai2912170000
7v Pune604020000
8v Rajasthan2114070000
9v Bangalore2415080001
10v Sunrisers1209030000
 Total165100630011

Most wins have been achieved against Bangalore – 15 wins.  Against six teams ten or more games have been won.

NoOppositionMatWonLostTiedTWTLNR
1v Bangalore2415080001
2v Delhi2014060000
3v Rajasthan2114070000
4v Kolkata2013070000
5v Punjab2112080010
6v Mumbai2912170000

The following table furnishes the wins carved by Chennai under MS Dhoni groundwise. It has won most games – 40 – at Chennaii.

NoTeam 1Team 2WinnerMarginGroundMatch Date
1ChennaiDelhiChennai93 runsA DhabiApr 21, 2014
2MumbaiChennaiChennai05 wktsA DhabiSep 19, 2020
       
1BangaloreChennaiChennai13 runsBengaluruApr 28, 2008
2ChennaiMumbaiChennai38 runsBengaluruMay 23, 2012
3BangaloreChennaiChennai08 wktsBengaluruMay 24, 2014
4BangaloreChennaiChennai27 runsBengaluruApr 22, 2015
5BangaloreChennaiChennai05 wktsBengaluruApr 25, 2018
       
1ChennaiRajasthanChennai38 runsCenturionApr 30, 2009
2ChennaiPunjabChennai12 runsCenturionMay 07, 2009
       
1ChennaiMumbaiChennai06 runsChennaiApr 23, 2008
2ChennaiKolkataChennai09 wktsChennaiApr 26, 2008
3ChennaiPunjabChennai18 runsChennaiMay 10, 2008
4ChennaiBangaloreChennai05 wktsChennaiMar 31, 2010
5ChennaiRajasthanChennai23 runsChennaiApr 03, 2010
6ChennaiMumbaiChennai24 runsChennaiApr 06, 2010
7ChennaiKolkataChennai09 wktsChennaiApr 13, 2010
8ChennaiKolkataChennai02 runsChennaiApr 08, 2011
9ChennaiBangaloreChennai21 runsChennaiApr 16, 2011
10ChennaiPuneChennai25 runsChennaiApr 25, 2011
11ChennaiDeccanChennai19 runsChennaiMay 01, 2011
12ChennaiRajasthanChennai08 wktsChennaiMay 04, 2011
13ChennaiDelhiChennai18 runsChennaiMay 12, 2011
14ChennaiKochiChennai11 runsChennaiMay 18, 2011
15ChennaiBangaloreChennai58 runsChennaiMay 28, 2011
16ChennaiBangaloreChennai05 wktsChennaiApr 12, 2012
17ChennaiPuneChennai13 runsChennaiApr 19, 2012
18ChennaiRajasthanChennai07 wktsChennaiApr 21, 2012
19ChennaiDeccanChennai10 runsChennaiMay 04, 2012
20ChennaiDelhiChennai09 wktsChennaiMay 12, 2012
21DelhiChennaiChennai86 runsChennaiMay 25, 2012
22ChennaiBangaloreChennai04 wktsChennaiApr 13, 2013
23ChennaiRajasthanChennai05 wktsChennaiApr 22, 2013
24ChennaiSunrisersChennai05 wktsChennaiApr 25, 2013
25ChennaiKolkataChennai14 runsChennaiApr 28, 2013
26ChennaiPunjabChennai15 runsChennaiMay 02, 2013
27ChennaiDelhiChennai33 runsChennaiMay 14, 2013
28ChennaiDelhiChennai01 runChennaiApr 09, 2015
29ChennaiSunrisersChennai45 runsChennaiApr 11, 2015
30ChennaiPunjabChennai97 runsChennaiApr 25, 2015
31ChennaiKolkataChennai02 runsChennaiApr 28, 2015
32ChennaiBangaloreChennai24 runsChennaiMay 04, 2015
33ChennaiRajasthanChennai12 runsChennaiMay 10, 2015
34ChennaiKolkataChennai05 wktsChennaiApr 10, 2018
35ChennaiBangaloreChennai07 wktsChennaiMar 23, 2019
36ChennaiRajasthanChennai08 runsChennaiMar 31, 2019
37ChennaiPunjabChennai22 runsChennaiApr 06, 2019
38ChennaiKolkataChennai07 wktsChennaiApr 09, 2019
39ChennaiSunrisersChennai06 wktsChennaiApr 23, 2019
40ChennaiDelhiChennai80 runsChennaiMay 01, 2019
       
1DelhiChennaiChennai04 wktsDelhiMay 08, 2008
2DelhiChennaiChennai86 runsDelhiApr 18, 2013
3ChennaiMumbaiChennai48 runsDelhiMay 21, 2013
4DelhiChennaiChennai08 wktsDelhiMay 05, 2014
5DelhiChennaiChennai06 wktsDelhiMar 26, 2019
       
1PunjabChennaiChennai06 wktsDharamsalaApr 18, 2010
       
1RajasthanChennaiChennai07 runsDub-DSCApr 23, 2014
2ChennaiMumbaiChennai07 wktsDub-DSCApr 25, 2014
       
1ChennaiPunjabChennai24 runsDurbanMay 20, 2009
       
1ChennaiDeccanChennai78 runsEast LondonMay 04, 2009
       
1DeccanChennaiChennai07 wktsHyd-RGSMay 27, 2008
2SunrisersChennaiChennai77 runsHyd-RGSMay 08, 2013
3SunrisersChennaiChennai04 runsHyd-RGSApr 22, 2018
       
1RajasthanChennaiChennai63 runsJaipurMay 09, 2011
2RajasthanChennaiChennai04 wktsJaipurMay 10, 2012
3RajasthanChennaiChennai04 wktsJaipurApr 11, 2019
       
1ChennaiDelhiChennai18 runsJo’burgMay 02, 2009
       
1ChennaiRajasthanChennai07 wktsKimberleyMay 09, 2009
       
1KolkataChennaiChennai03 runsKolkataMay 18, 2008
2KolkataChennaiChennai55 runsKolkataMar 16, 2010
3KolkataChennaiChennai05 wktsKolkataMay 14, 2012
4KolkataChennaiChennai04 wktsKolkataApr 20, 2013
5KolkataChennaiChennai05 wktsKolkataApr 14, 2019
       
1PunjabChennaiChennai33 runsMohaliApr 19, 2008
2PunjabChennaiChennai10 wktsMohaliApr 10, 2013
3PunjabChennaiChennai07 wktsMohaliMay 16, 2015
       
1ChennaiPunjabChennai09 wktsMumbaiMay 31, 2008
2ChennaiDeccanChennai38 runsMumbaiApr 22, 2010
3ChennaiMumbaiChennai22 runsMumbaiApr 25, 2010
4PuneChennaiChennai08 wktsMumbaiApr 27, 2011
5BangaloreChennaiChennai06 wktsMumbaiMay 24, 2011
6MumbaiChennaiChennai04 wktsMumbaiMay 10, 2014
7MumbaiChennaiChennai06 wktsMumbaiApr 17, 2015
8MumbaiChennaiChennai01 wktMumbaiApr 07, 2018
9SunrisersChennaiChennai02 wktsMumbaiMay 22, 2018
10ChennaiSunrisersChennai08 wktsMumbaiMay 27, 2018
       
1ChennaiMumbaiChennai07 wktsMum-BSMay 28, 2014
       
1BangaloreChennaiChennai92 runsP ElizabethApr 20, 2009
2ChennaiMumbaiChennai07 wktsP ElizabethMay 16, 2009
       
1PuneChennaiChennai37 runsPuneApr 30, 2013
2ChennaiRajasthanChennai64 runsPuneApr 20, 2018
3ChennaiDelhiChennai13 runsPuneApr 30, 2018
4ChennaiBangaloreChennai06 wktsPuneMay 05, 2018
5ChennaiSunrisersChennai08 wktsPuneMay 13, 2018
6ChennaiPunjabChennai05 wktsPuneMay 20, 2018
       
1ChennaiKolkataChennai34 runsRanchiMay 02, 2014
2ChennaiRajasthanChennai05 wktsRanchiMay 13, 2014
3ChennaiBangaloreChennai03 wktsRanchiMay 22, 2015
       
1SunrisersChennaiChennai05 wktsSharjahApr 27, 2014
       
1DeccanChennaiChennai74 runsVizagApr 07, 2012
2ChennaiDelhiChennai06 wktsVizagMay 10, 2019
Head to Head Result summary of each participating teams in IPL

Head to Head Result summary of each participating teams in IPL

CHENNAI SUPER KINGS       
Result summary       
OppositionMatWonLostTiedTie+WTie+LNR
v Deccan Chargers10640000
v Delhi Capitals211560000
v Kings XI Punjab211280010
v Kochi Tuskers Kerala2110000
v Kolkata Knight Riders201370000
v Mumbai Indians2811170000
v Pune Warriors6420000
v Rajasthan Royals211470000
v Royal Challengers Bangalore241580001
v Sunrisers Hyderabad12930000
        
DECCAN CHARGERS       
Result summary       
OppositionMatWonLostTiedTie+WTie+LNR
v Chennai Super Kings10460000
v Delhi Daredevils11470000
v Kings XI Punjab10370000
v Kochi Tuskers Kerala1100000
v Kolkata Knight Riders9270000
v Mumbai Indians10460000
v Pune Warriors4310000
v Rajasthan Royals9270000
v Royal Challengers Bangalore11650000
        
DELHI CAPITALS       
Result summary       
OppositionMatWonLostTiedTie+WTie+LNR
v Chennai Super Kings216150000
v Deccan Chargers11740000
v Gujarat Lions4310000
v Kings XI Punjab2410140000
v Kochi Tuskers Kerala2110000
v Kolkata Knight Riders239130100
v Mumbai Indians2412120000
v Pune Warriors6320001
v Rajasthan Royals209110000
v Rising Pune Supergiant4220000
v Royal Challengers Bangalore238130011
v Sunrisers Hyderabad15690000
        
GUJARAT LIONS       
Result summary       
OppositionMatWonLostTiedTie+WTie+LNR
v Delhi Daredevils4130000
v Kings XI Punjab4220000
v Kolkata Knight Riders4310000
v Mumbai Indians4210010
v Rising Pune Supergiant4310000
v Royal Challengers Bangalore5230000
v Sunrisers Hyderabad5050000
        
        
KINGS XI PUNJAB       
Result summary       
OppositionMatWonLostTiedTie+WTie+LNR
v Chennai Super Kings218120100
v Deccan Chargers10730000
v Delhi Capitals2414100000
v Gujarat Lions4220000
v Kochi Tuskers Kerala1100000
v Kolkata Knight Riders258170000
v Mumbai Indians2411130000
v Pune Warriors6330000
v Rajasthan Royals198100100
v Rising Pune Supergiant4220000
v Royal Challengers Bangalore2412120000
v Sunrisers Hyderabad144100000
        
KOCHI TUSKERS KERALA       
Result summary       
OppositionMatWonLostTiedTie+WTie+LNR
v Chennai Super Kings2110000
v Deccan Chargers1010000
v Delhi Daredevils2110000
v Kings XI Punjab1010000
v Kolkata Knight Riders2200000
v Mumbai Indians1100000
v Pune Warriors1010000
v Rajasthan Royals2110000
v Royal Challengers Bangalore2020000
        
KOLKATA KNIGHT RIDERS       
Result summary       
OppositionMatWonLostTiedTie+WTie+LNR
v Chennai Super Kings207130000
v Deccan Chargers9720000
v Delhi Capitals231390010
v Gujarat Lions4130000
v Kings XI Punjab251780000
v Kochi Tuskers Kerala2020000
v Mumbai Indians256190000
v Pune Warriors5410000
v Rajasthan Royals201080020
v Rising Pune Supergiant4310000
v Royal Challengers Bangalore2414100000
v Sunrisers Hyderabad171070000
        
MUMBAI INDIANS       
Result summary       
OppositionMatWonLostTiedTie+WTie+LNR
v Chennai Super Kings2817110000
v Deccan Chargers10640000
v Delhi Capitals2412120000
v Gujarat Lions4120100
v Kings XI Punjab2413110000
v Kochi Tuskers Kerala1010000
v Kolkata Knight Riders251960000
v Pune Warriors6510000
v Rajasthan Royals2010100000
v Rising Pune Supergiant6240000
v Royal Challengers Bangalore251690000
v Sunrisers Hyderabad14670100
        
PUNE WARRIORS       
Result summary       
OppositionMatWonLostTiedTie+WTie+LNR
v Chennai Super Kings6240000
v Deccan Chargers4130000
v Delhi Daredevils6230001
v Kings XI Punjab6330000
v Kochi Tuskers Kerala1100000
v Kolkata Knight Riders5140000
v Mumbai Indians6150000
v Rajasthan Royals5140000
v Royal Challengers Bangalore5050000
v Sunrisers Hyderabad2020000
        
RAJASTHAN ROYALS       
Result summary       
OppositionMatWonLostTiedTie+WTie+LNR
v Chennai Super Kings217140000
v Deccan Chargers9720000
v Delhi Capitals201190000
v Kings XI Punjab191080010
v Kochi Tuskers Kerala2110000
v Kolkata Knight Riders208100200
v Mumbai Indians2010100000
v Pune Warriors5410000
v Royal Challengers Bangalore201080002
v Sunrisers Hyderabad11560000
        
RISING PUNE SUPERGIANT       
Result summary       
OppositionMatWonLostTiedTie+WTie+LNR
v Delhi Daredevils4220000
v Gujarat Lions4130000
v Kings XI Punjab4220000
v Kolkata Knight Riders4130000
v Mumbai Indians6420000
v Royal Challengers Bangalore4220000
v Sunrisers Hyderabad4310000
        
RC BANGALORE       
Result summary       
OppositionMatWonLostTiedTie+WTie+LNR
v Chennai Super Kings248150001
v Deccan Chargers11560000
v Delhi Capitals231380101
v Gujarat Lions5320000
v Kings XI Punjab2412120000
v Kochi Tuskers Kerala2200000
v Kolkata Knight Riders2410140000
v Mumbai Indians259160000
v Pune Warriors5500000
v Rajasthan Royals208100002
v Rising Pune Supergiant4220000
v Sunrisers Hyderabad14670010
        
SUNRISERS HYDERABAD       
Result summary       
OppositionMatWonLostTiedTie+WTie+LNR
v Chennai Super Kings12390000
v Delhi Capitals15960000
v Gujarat Lions5500000
v Kings XI Punjab141040000
v Kolkata Knight Riders177100000
v Mumbai Indians14760010
v Pune Warriors2200000
v Rajasthan Royals11650000
v Rising Pune Supergiant4130000
v Royal Challengers Bangalore14760100
Stats highlights of the third one day between England and Australia at Manchester on 16.09.20

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1JJ Roy01EngAusManchester16.09.20
 JM Bairstow1121EngAusManchester16.09.20

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

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

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

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

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

NoBatsmanTeamOppVenueSeason
1IR BellEngAusSydney2014/15
2JJ RoyEngAusManchester2020

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

AU Rashid witnesses his record being bettered while he was batting

AU Rashid witnesses his record being bettered while he was batting

TK Curran’s 37 while batting at number nine in second one day between England and Australia at Manchester on 13.09.20 represent the highest individual score by an England batsman batting at number nine in one day games against Australia. The previous best was 35 not out by AU Rashid {who has batted at number ten in this game} at the same venue Manchester on 13.09.15, that is same date, same month, five years earlier. Thus AU Rashid watched his record bettered while at the crease

NoPlayerRunsPosTeamOppGroundDate
1TK Curran3709EngAusManchester13.09.20
2AU Rashid35*09EngAusManchester13.09.15
Stats highlights of second one dayer between England and Australia at Manchester

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Stats highlights of the first one day between England and Australia at Manchester

Stats highlights of the first one day between England and Australia at Manchester

England won the toss and elected to field first to provide the 207th occasion of England doing so in one day games. It also provides the 40th occasion of England doing so in one day games against Australia

England won the toss and elected to field first and lost the game to provide the 77th occasion of England losing a game after it had inserted the opposition in one day games. It also provides the 18th occasion of England losing a game after it had inserted Australia in one day games

EJG Morgan was playing his 200th innings for England in this game to provide the 58th occasion of a batsman playing 200 or more innings for a particular team in the history of one day internationals. He became the first England batsman to achieve such a feat. EJG Morgan has played 223 innings in one day games including his Ireland appearances.

GJ Maxwell {77} and MR Marsh {73} scored fifties in this game to provide the 213rd and 214th occasion of an Australian batsman scoring a fifty against England in one day games. It also provides the 100th and 101st occasion of an Australian batsman scoring a fifty against England in England in one day games

MR Marsh-GJ Maxwell added 126 runs for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the 390th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games. It also provides the 145th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games on away soil.

MR Marsh-GJ Maxwell added 126 runs for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the 60th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games. It also provides the 29th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against England in one day games on away soil.

MR Marsh-GJ Maxwell added 126 runs for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the eleventh occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the sixth wicket in one day games. It also provides the second occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games on away soil. Both such partnerships are tabulated below

NoPartnersWktRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1MJ Clarke, MEK Hussey6136*1NZlAuckland26 Feb 2005
2MR Marsh, GJ Maxwell61261EngManchester11 Sep 2020

MR Marsh-GJ Maxwell added 126 runs for the sixth wicket in this game to provide the second occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for fthe sixth wicket against England in one day games.

NoPartnersWktRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1SP O’Donnell, ME Waugh61121EngSydney01 Jan 1991
2MR Marsh, GJ Maxwell61261EngManchester11 Sep 2020

It also provides the first occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against England for the sixth wicket in England in one day games and hence constitutes a record partnership against England in England. The previous best was 96 runs partnership between SE Marsh and AC Agar at Cardiff on 11.09.00. Both the partnerships are tabulated below

NoPartnersWktRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1MR Marsh, GJ Maxwell61261EngManchester11 Sep 2020
2AC Agar, SE Marsh6962EngCardiff16 Jun 2018

GJ Maxwell’s {77} in this game represents his 21st fifty in one day games. While MR Marsh’s 73 represents his 13th fifty in one day games.

GJ Maxwell’s {77} in this game represents his sixth fifty against England in one day games. While MR Marsh’s 73 represents his fifth fifty against England in one day games.

MR Marsh’s 73 in this game represent his highest score against England in one day games. His previous best was 64 at Lord’s on 05.09.15.

AU Rashid’s two wickets in this game fetched him an aggregate of 153 wickets in one day games. He owns the record for most wickets by an England spin bowler.

MM Ali who returned with figures of none for 59 in this game has bowled in 100 innings in one day games so far. This was his 100th innings. He earned the distinction of becoming the first England spin bowler to bowl in 100 innings in one day games.

AU Rashid’s two wickets in this game fetched him an aggregate of 40 wickets in one day games against Australia He owns the record for most wickets by an England spin bowler against Australia. He became the fourth spin bowler in the annals of one day games to capture 40 plus wickets against Australia. Others are – DL Vettori {55}, Muralitharan {53} and Shahid Afridi {49}

MM Ali and AU Rashid share the record for most capped England spin bowler against Australia. Both have played 22 tests against Australia. They also own the record for England spin bowlers bowling in most innings against Australia. Both have bowled in 22 innings

JC Buttler took two catches in Australia’s innings which fetched him 51 dismissals against Australia in one day games. He became the first England wicket keeper in the annals of one day game to effect 50 plus dismissals against Australia.

JC Buttler took two catches in Australia’s innings which fetched him 51 dismissals against Australia in one day games. He became the third wicket keeper in the annals of one day game to effect 50 plus dismissals against Australia. Others are – MS Dhoni {62} and MV Boucher {54}

JC Buttler took two catches in Australia’s innings which fetched him 204 dismissals in one day games. He is the first England wicket keeper and 12th wicket keeper in the history of one day games to effect 200 plus dismissals in one day games. The following table lists all the twelve wicket keepers.

NoPlayerMatInnsDisCtSt
1KC Sangakkara360353482383099
2AC Gilchrist282281472417055
3MS Dhoni350345444321123
4MV Boucher294290424402022
5Moin Khan211209287214073
6BB McCullum184183242227015
7IA Healy168168233194039
8Mushfiqur Rahim204203223179044
9Rashid Latif166164220182038
10RS Kaluwitharana186185206131075
11JC Buttler142138204173031
12PJL Dujon167166204183021

JM Bairstow scored 84 in this game to provide the 72nd occasion of an England opening batsmen to score a fifty against Australia in one day games.  It also provides the 41st occasion of an England opening batsmen to score a fifty against Australia in England in one day games

SW Billings scored 118 in this game to provide the 180th occasion of an England batsman scoring a century in one day games. It also provides the 97th occasion of an England batsman scoring a century in one day games on home soil

SW Billings scored 118 in this game to provide the 37th occasion of an England batsman scoring a century in one day games against Australia. It also provides the 20th occasion of an England batsman scoring a century in one day games on home soil against Australia.

It also provides the fourth occasion of an England batsman scoring a century against Australia at Manchester. All the four occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1DL Amiss1032AusManchester24 Aug 1972
2JWA Taylor1011AusManchester08 Sep 2015
3JC Buttler110*2AusManchester24 Jun 2018
4SW Billings1182AusManchester11 Sep 2020

SW Billings scored 118 in this game to provide the highest individual score by an England batsman in one day games against Australia at Manchester. The previous best was 110 not out by JC Buttler on 24.06.18.

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1SW Billings1182AusManchester11 Sep 2020
3JC Buttler110*2AusManchester24 Jun 2018

Manchester became the second ground in England after Birmingham to witness four occasions of England batsmen scoring centuries against Australia. The following table lists the centurions at these two grounds.

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1GA Gooch1081AusBirmingham22 Aug 1980
2GA Gooch1151AusBirmingham01 Jun 1985
3RA Smith167*1AusBirmingham21 May 1993
4BA Stokes102*2AusBirmingham10 Jun 2017
       
1DL Amiss1032AusManchester24 Aug 1972
2JWA Taylor1011AusManchester08 Sep 2015
3JC Buttler110*2AusManchester24 Jun 2018
4SW Billings1182AusManchester11 Sep 2020

SW Billings’ 118 in this game was in a losing cause providing the fifth occasion of a England batsman’s century going in vain against Australia on home soil. The previous such occasion was 167 not out by RA Smith at Birmingham on 21.05.93. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1DL Amiss1081AusThe Oval06 Jun 1977
2GA Gooch1151AusBirmingham01 Jun 1985
3GA Gooch1361AusLord’s29 May 1989
4RA Smith167*1AusBirmingham21 May 1993
5SW Billings1182AusManchester11 Sep 2020

SW Billings’ 118 in this game was in a losing cause providing the 14th occasion of a England batsman’s century going in vain against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1DL Amiss1081AusThe Oval06 Jun 1977
2DI Gower101*1AusMelbourne04 Feb 1979
3GA Gooch1151AusBirmingham01 Jun 1985
4CWJ Athey1112AusBrisbane18 Jan 1987
5GA Gooch1361AusLord’s29 May 1989
6RA Smith167*1AusBirmingham21 May 1993
7GA Hick1092AusAdelaide26 Jan 1999
8NV Knight111*1AusSydney13 Dec 2002
9KP Pietersen1041AusNorth Sound08 Apr 2007
10IJL Trott1371AusSydney02 Feb 2011
11EJG Morgan1061AusBrisbane17 Jan 2014
12EJG Morgan1211AusSydney16 Jan 2015
13IR Bell1411AusHobart23 Jan 2015
14SW Billings1182AusManchester11 Sep 2020

JM Bairstow-SW Billings added 113 runs for the fifth wicket in this game to provide the 261st occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games. It also provides the 140th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games on home soil.

JM Bairstow-SW Billings added 113 runs for the fifth wicket in this game to provide the 54th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games against Australia It also provides the 29th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games on home soil against Australia

JM Bairstow-SW Billings added 113 runs for the fifth wicket in this game to provide the 22nd occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games for the fifth wicket. It also provides the 12th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games on home soil for the fifth wicket

JM Bairstow-SW Billings added 113 runs for the fifth wicket in this game to provide the fourth occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games against Australia for the fifth wicket. It also provides the fourth occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games on home soil against Australia for the fifth wicket.

A Zampa captured four for 55 in this game to provide the 251st occasion of an Australian bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in one day games. It also provides the  73rd occasion of an Australian bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in one day games on away soil

A Zampa captured four for 55 in this game to provide the 169th occasion of an Australian bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in one day games. It also provides the 47th occasion of an Australian bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in one day games on away soil

A Zampa captured four for 55 in this game to provide the 40th occasion of an Australian bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in one day games against England.  It also provides the 18th occasion of an Australian bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in one day games on away soil against England.

A Zampa captured four for 55 in this game to provide the 29th occasion of an Australian bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in one day games against England.  It also provides the eleventh occasion of an Australian bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in one day games on away soil against England

A Zampa captured four for 55 in this game to provide the third occasion of an Australian bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in one day games against England at Manchester

NoPlayerWROppGroundStart Date
1GF Lawson426EngManchester30 May 1985
2MR Marsh427EngManchester13 Sep 2015
3A Zampa455EngManchester11 Sep 2020

Australia won this game by 19 runs to provide its 452nd win in one day games. It also provides its 177th win on away soil.

Australia won this game by 19 runs to provide its 83rd win in one day games. It also provides its 32nd win against England in England

Australia won this game by 19 runs to provide its sixth win against England at Manchester. All such wins are tabulated below

NoTeamResultMarginBROppGroundStart Date
1Auswon003 wkts005EngManchester30 May 1985
2Auswon004 runs EngManchester19 May 1993
3Auswon125 runs EngManchester14 Jun 2001
4Auswon088 runs EngManchester08 Sep 2013
5Auswon008 wkts154EngManchester13 Sep 2015
6Auswon019 runs EngManchester11 Sep 2020

CR Woakes {1-59}, J Archer {3-57}, MA Wood {3-54}, MM Ali {0-59} and AU Rashid {2-55} conceded 50 plus runs in this game to provide the eleventh occasion of five England bowlers conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the history of one day games. It also provides the third such occasion against Australia in one day games. The other two occasions were at – Hobart on 23.01.15 and at Melbourne on 14.02.15.

Statistical highlights of the third T20I between England and Australia

Statistical highlights of the third T20I between England and Australia

MS Wade and JM Bairstow kept wickets for Australia and England in this game and also opened the innings to provide the 55th occasion of rival wicketkeepers opening the innings in the history of T20Is.

MS Wade and AJ Finch kept wicket and led Australia respectively in this game and also opened the innings for Australia to provide the 33rd occasion of a wicketkeeper and captain opening the innings for a team in the history of T20Is. All such occasions are tabulated below

No PlayerRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1WBBMcCullum362NZlAusAuckland17.02.05
 CSPFleming182NZlAusAuckland17.02.05
         
2WACGilchrist11AusNZlPerth11.12.07
 CMJClarke331AusNZlPerth11.12.07
         
3WACGilchrist252AusIndMelbourne01.02.08
 CMJClarke37*2AusIndMelbourne01.02.08
         
4WNJO’Brien312IreSrlLord’s14.06.09
 CWTSP’field312IreSrlLord’s14.06.09
         
5WNJO’Brien72IrePakThe Oval15.06.09
 CWTSP’field402IrePakThe Oval15.06.09
         
6WBJWatling72NZlPakDub-DSC13.11.09
 CBBMcCullum472NZlPakDub-DSC13.11.09
         
7WNJO’Brien182IreAfgCol-PSS01.02.10
 CWTSP’field462IreAfgCol-PSS01.02.10
         
8WNJO’Brien502IreCanCol-SSC03.02.10
 CWTSP’field192IreCanCol-SSC03.02.10
         
9WNJO’Brien22IreAfgDub-DSC09.02.10
 CWTSP’field352IreAfgDub-DSC09.02.10
         
10WNJO’Brien171IreScoDub-DSC11.02.10
 CWTSP’field181IreScoDub-DSC11.02.10
         
11WNJO’Brien111IreNetDub-DSC13.02.10
 CWTSP’field61IreNetDub-DSC13.02.10
         
12WNJO’Brien281IreAfgDub-DSC13.02.10
 CWTSP’field201IreAfgDub-DSC13.02.10
         
13WMShahzad12AfgEngCol-RPS21.09.12
 CNMangal82AfgEngCol-RPS21.09.12
         
14WWBarresi01NetKenWindhoek20.04.13
 CMRSwart271NetKenWindhoek20.04.13
         
15WBRDunk232AusRSAMelbourne07.11.14
 CAJFinch44*2AusRSAMelbourne07.11.14
         
16WBRDunk142AusRSASydney09.11.14
 CAJFinch332AusRSASydney09.11.14
         
17WLRonchi01NZlBanMt Maunganui06.01.17
 CKSW’son121NZlBanMt Maunganui06.01.17
         
18WMHCross352ScoIreDub-DSC20.01.17
 CKJCoetzer402ScoIreDub-DSC20.01.17
         
19WMDPerera772SrlBanCol-RPS04.04.17
 CWUTharanga242SrlBanCol-RPS04.04.17
         
20WNDickwella171SrlIndCol-RPS06.09.17
 CWUTharanga51SrkIndCol-RPS06.09.17
         
21WATCarey202AusPakDub-DSC28.10.18
 CAJFinch12AusPakDub-DSC28.10.18
         
22WPSAiree02NepUAEICCA Dubai31.01.19
 CPKhadka252NepUAEICCA Dubai31.01.19
         
23WSEAquilina12MalSpaCartagena30.03.19
 CNKhosla272MalSpaCartagena30.03.19
         
24WKKAhuja81MexBelNaucalpan25.04.19
 CTSharma61MexBelNaucalpan25.04.19
         
25WKKAhuja22MexCRINaucalpan26.04.19
 CTSharma182MexCRINaucalpan26.04.19
         
26WAOtwani242UgaGhaKampala23.05.19
 CRGMukasa92UgaGhaKampala23.05.19
         
27WBRMTaylor402ZimNetRotterdam25.06.19
 CHM’kadza82ZimNetRotterdam25.06.19
         
28WBRMTaylor141ZimIreBready12.07.19
 CHM’kadza11ZimIreBready12.07.19
         
29WBRMTaylor392ZimIreBready14.07.19
 CHM’kadza02ZimIreBready14.07.19
         
30WBRMTaylor61ZimBanDhaka13.09.19
 CHM’kadza341ZimBanDhaka13.09.19
         
31WBRMTaylor272ZimAfgDhaka14.09.19
 CHM’kadza32ZimAfgDhaka14.09.19
         
32WBRMTaylor02ZimBanChattogram18.09.19
 CHM’kadza252ZimBanChattogram18.09.19
                                
33WMSWade142AusEngS’hampton08.09.20
 CAJFinch392AusEngS’hampton08.09.20

It also provides the fifth occasion of Australian wicketkeeper and captain opening the innings in T20Is. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No PlayerRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1WKAC Gilchrist11AusNZlPerth11.12.07
 CMJ Clarke331AusNZlPerth11.12.07
         
2WKAC Gilchrist252AusIndMelbourne01.02.08
 CMJ Clarke37*2AusIndMelbourne01.02.08
         
3WKBR Dunk232AusRSAMelbourne07.11.14
 CAJ Finch44*2AusRSAMelbourne07.11.14
         
4WKBR Dunk142AusRSASydney09.11.14
 CAJ Finch332AusRSASydney09.11.14
         
5WKAT Carey202AusPakDub-DSC28.10.18
 CAJ Finch12AusPakDub-DSC28.10.18
         
6WKMS Wade142AusEngSouthampton08.09.20
 CAJ Finch392AusEngSouthampton08.09.20

It also provides the second occasion of wicketkeeper and captain opening the innings in T20Is against England.  Both such occasions are tabulated below.

No PlayerRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1WKMohd Shahzad12AfgEngCol-RPS21.09.12
 CNawroz Mangal82AfgEngCol-RPS21.09.12
         
2WKMS Wade142AusEngSouthampton08.09.20
 CAJ Finch392AusEngSouthampton08.09.20

It also provides the first occasion of Australian wicketkeeper and captain opening the innings in T20Is against England.

No PlayerRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1WKMS Wade142AusEngSouthampton08.09.20
 CAJ Finch392AusEngSouthampton08.09.20

JM Bairstow scored 55 in this game to provide the 15th occasion of a England wicketkeeper batsman scoring a fifty in T20Is, It also provides the fourth occasion of a England wicketkeeper batsman scoring a fifty in T20Is against Australia

JM Bairstow scored 55 in this game to provide the tenth occasion of a England wicketkeeper opening batsman scoring a fifty in T20Is, It also provides the fourth occasion of a England wicketkeeper opening batsman scoring a fifty in T20Is against Australia

England was captained by MM Ali who became the tenth captain to lead England in T20Is. He also became the sixth captain to lead England against Australia in T20Is

AJ Finch scored 39 in this game which fetched him an aggregate of 1230 runs while leading Australia. He became fourth captain in the history of T20Is to aggregate 1200 plus runs. Others are – F du Plessis {1273}, EJG Morgan {1251} and KS Williamson {1243}

AJ Finch scored four boundary fours in his knock of 39 in this game which fetched him an aggregate of 125 boundary fours while leading Australia. He now owns the record for most boundary fours scored by a captain in T20Is. He went past KS Williamson who has an aggregate of 122 boundary fours as captain.

AJ Finch’s aggregate runs in T20I against England read 550. He is the only batsman to aggregate 500 plus runs against England in the history of T20Is

AJ Finch has scored 49 boundary fours and 34 boundary sixes against England in T20Is. He owns the record for these two parameters against England in T20Is.

AU Rashid captured three wickets in this game to take his total of wickets to 49 in T20Is. He now stands second in the list of England’s spin bowlers who have captured most wickets in T20Is. GP Swann has captured 51 wickets and leads the table.

Australia carved its 68th win in T20Is to occupy the fourth place in the list of teams which have won most games in T20Is. Pakistan {93}, India {83} and South Africa {70} occupy the first three places.

Australia won its tenth T20I against England to become the second team to win ten or more T20Is against England. West Indies has won eleven T20Is against England.

England lost its tenth T20I against Australia to become the second team to lost ten or more T20Is against Australia. South Africa has lost 13 T20Is against Australia.

Indian Premier League Statistics in a nutshell – Part Two

Indian Premier League Statistics in a nutshell – Part Two

There are eight occasions of a team winning a game by one run margin. Ten occasions of batsmen dismissed hit wicket in the tournament which include an occasion of captain and an occasion of wicket keeper batsman.

The tournament has witnessed eight occasions of bowlers capturing 25 plus wickets in an edition of the tournament of which seven occasions are by overseas bowlers. B Kumar of Sunrisers is the lone Indian bowler to capture 25 plus wickets in the tournament. He captured 26 wickets in 2017 edition. DJ Bravo of Chennai is the only bowler to capture 25 plus wickets in two editions. He captured 32 wickets in 2013 and 28 wickets in 2015 editions. DJ Bravo with 32 wickets in 2013 edition owns the record for most wickets by a bowler in an IPL edition. Infact, he remains the only bowler to capture 30 plus wickets in an edition.

The tournament has witnessed 50 occasions of batsmen aggregating 1000 plus runs for a single team. It has also witnessed 20 occasions of overseas batsmen achieving such a feat.

YK Pathan, RV Uthappa, RG Sharma and G Gabhir are the four batsmen who have aggregated 1000 runs appearing for two teams. The performance of these four batsmen are detailed below

NoPlayerTeamMatInnsNORunsHSAve
1YK PathanKolkata106913118937231.55
2YK PathanRajasthan43424101110026.60
         
1RV UthappaKolkata8684424398730.48
2RV UthappaPune4645411037526.90
         
1RG SharmaDeccan45446117076*30.78
2RG SharmaMumbai143139223728109*31.86
         
1G GambhirDelhi4644411828629.55
2G GambhirKolkata1081081230359331.61

JH Kallis and DA Warner are the two overseas batsmen who have aggregated 1000 runs appearing for two teams. The performance of these two batsmen are detailed below

NoPlayerTeamMatInnsNORunsHSAve
1JH KallisKolkata56545129580*26.42
2JH KallisBangalore42426113289*31.44
         
1DA WarnerDelhi555551435109*28.70
2DA WarnerSunrisers717112327112655.44

The tournament has witnessed eight batsmen aggregating 3000 plus runs for a single team and 17 batsmen aggregating 2000 plus runs for a single team.

NoPlayerTeamMatInnsNORunsHSAve
1V KohliBangalore17716926541211337.84
2SK RainaChennai164160244527100*33.28
3MS DhoniChennai16014356385884*44.34
4RG SharmaMumbai143139223728109*31.86
5AB de VilliersBangalore126116273724133*41.84
6DA WarnerSunrisers717112327112655.44
7CH GayleBangalore8584113163175*43.32
8G GambhirKolkata1081081230359331.61
NoPlayerTeamMatInnsNORunsHSAve
1V KohliBangalore17716926541211337.84
2SK RainaChennai164160244527100*33.28
3MS DhoniChennai16014356385884*44.34
4RG SharmaMumbai143139223728109*31.86
5AB de VilliersBangalore126116273724133*41.84
6DA WarnerSunrisers717112327112655.44
7CH GayleBangalore8584113163175*43.32
8G GambhirKolkata1081081230359331.61
9AM RahaneRajasthan10093112810105*34.26
10KA PollardMumbai1481353927558328.69
11S DhawanSunrisers858512251892*34.49
12SE MarshPunjab71697247711539.95
13RV UthappaKolkata8684424398730.48
14AT RayuduMumbai11410718241681*27.14
15SR WatsonRajasthan7876112372104*36.49
16SR TendulkarMumbai7878112334100*34.83
17V SehwagDelhi79795217411929.37

V Kohli is the only batsman to score 5000 plus runs appearing for a single team in the tournament. He has aggregated 5412 runs appearing for Bangalore.

DA Warner owns the record for scoring most fifties in the tournament. He has scored 48 fifties. He has scored four centuries and 44 half centuries. His 44 half centuries is a record for most half centuries by a batsman in the tournament. The tournament has witnessed 13 batsmen scoring 20 plus fifties of which five are overseas batsmen. V Kohli with 41 fifties to his credit owns the record for most fifties by an Indian batsman in the tournament. SK Raina with 38 half centuries owns the record for most half centuries by an Indian batsman in the tournament. V Kohli with five centuries to his credit owns the record for most fifties by an Indian batsman in the tournament and also the record for most centuries by a batsman in the tournament.

There are seventeen batsmen who have scored 100 plus boundary sixes in the tournament of which seven are overseas batsmen. MS Dhoni with 209 boundary sixes owns the record for most boundary sixes by an Indian batsman and is also the only Indian batsman to score 200 plus boundary sixes. CH Gayle with 326 boundary sixes not only owns the record for most boundary sixes by a batsman in the tournament, but also owns the record for most boundary sixes by an overseas batsman.

There are fourteen batsmen who have scored 300 plus boundary fours in the tournament of which four are overseas batsman. S Dhawan with 524 boundary fours not only owns the record for most boundary fours by a batsman in the tournament, but also owns the record for most boundary fours by an Indian batsman. He is the only batsman to score 500 plus boundary fours in the tournament. DA Warner with 458 boundary fours owns the record for most boundary fours by an overseas batsman in the tournament

There are 51 occasions of batsmen scoring 500 plus runs in an edition.2018 edition has witnessed most batsmen accomplishing such a feat. Eight batsmen have scored 500 plus runs in this edition. Bangalore owns the record with eleven occasions of batsmen scoring 500 plus runs in an edition. DA Warner has scored 500 plus runs in four consecutive editions, while CH Gayle has performed such a feat in three consecutive editions.

NoPlayerRunsTeamEdition
1DA Warner528Sunrisers  2014
2DA Warner562Sunrisers  2015
3DA Warner848Sunrisers  2016
4DA Warner641Sunrisers  2017
     
NoPlayerRunsTeamEdition
1CH Gayle608Bangalore 2011
2CH Gayle733Bangalore 2012
3CH Gayle708Bangalore 2013

DA Warner of Sunrisers and V Kohli of Bangalore are the two batsmen who have scored 500 plus runs in five editions. The following table lists the runs scored in descending order by these two batsmen

NoPlayerRunsTeamEdition
1DA Warner848Sunrisers  2016
2DA Warner692Sunrisers2019
3DA Warner641Sunrisers  2017
4DA Warner562Sunrisers  2015
5DA Warner528Sunrisers  2014
     
1V Kohli973Bangalore 2016
2V Kohli634Bangalore 2013
3V Kohli557Bangalore 2011
4V Kohli530Bangalore2018
5V Kohli505Bangalore 2015

V Kohli’s 973 runs in 2016 runs represent most runs score by a batsman in an edition in the tournament. It also represent most runs scored by an Indian batsman in an edition while DA Warner’s 848 runs in  2016 represent most runs scored by an Indian batsman in an edition

There are 31 cricketers who have played 100 plus games of which nine are overseas cricketer. SK Raina with 193 matches not only owns the record for most capped cricketer in the tournament but also the record for most capped Indian cricketer. AB de Villiers with 154 matches owns the record for most capped overseas cricketer.

V Kohli owns the record for scoring most fifties for a single team. He has scored 41 fifties while playing for Bangalore, He also owns the record for scoring most boundary fours for a single team. He has scored 480 boundary fours while playing for Bangalore. CH Gayle owns the record for scoring most boundary sixes for a single team. He has scored 239 boundary sixes while playing for Bangalore.

There are 18 games won on DLM/DLS Method – Eight games on DLM and ten games on DLS. DLS came into force from 2014 onwards.

The tournament has witnessed sixteen occasions of captains scoring exact fifty runs in an innings.  RG Sharma of Mumbai has scored exact 50 runs on three occasions.

There are 23 occasions of bowlers conceding exact 50 runs in an innings of which six are by overseas bowlers.

Nine games have been won by 100 plus runs margin and 52 games have been won by 50 plus runs margin which includes nine games won by 100 plus runs margin. Chennai {12} and Mumbai {10} are the two teams which have won ten or more games by 100 plus runs margin. Mumbai’s win by 146 runs against Delhi at Delhi on 06.05.17 represents the largest margin of victory by runs margin in the tournament.

There are fifteen occasions of wicketkeepers effecting four or more dismissals in an innings in the tournament of which five occasions are by overseas wicket keepers. KC Sangakkara’s five dismissals – all caught – for Deccan chargers against Bangalore at Bangalore on 14.04.11 remains the record for most dismissals by a wicket keeper in the tournament. KC Sangakkara is the only wicketkeeper in the tournament to effect five dismissals.

There are four occasions of a wicket keeper effecting three stumping dismisslas in the tournament.

The following table furnishes the fastest hundred scored in terms of the balls faced and also for the participating teams in the tournament

PlayerBallsMatchVenueDate
CH Gayle30Bangalore v PuneBangalore23.04.13
     
CH Gayle30Bangalore v PuneBangalore23.04.13
M Vijay46Chennai v RajasthanChennai03.04.10
Q de Kock48Delhi v BangaloreBangalore17.04.16
BB McCullum53Kolkata v BangaloreBangalore18.04.08
ST Jayasuriya45Mumbai v ChennaiMumbai14.05.08
DA Miller38Punjab v BangaloreChandigarh06.05.13
YK Pathan37Rajasthan v MumbaiMumbai13.03.10
DA Warner43Sunrisers v KolkataHyderabad30.04.17

The following table furnishes the fastest half century scored in terms of the balls faced and also for the participating teams in the tournament

PlayerBallsMatchVenueDate
KL Rahul14Punjab v DelhiMohali08.04.18
     
CH Gayle17Bangalore v PuneBangalore23.04.13
SK Raina16Chennai v PunjabMumbai30.05.14
CH Morris17Delhi v GujaratDelhi27.04.16
SP Narine15Kolkata v BangaloreBangalore07.05.17
YK Pathan15Kolkata v SunrisersKolkata24.05.14
HH Pandya17Mumbai v KolkataKolkata28.04.19
KA Pollard17Mumbai v KolkataMumbai28.04.16
Ishan Kishan17Mumbai v KolkataKolkata09.05.18
KL Rahul14Punjab v DelhiChandigarh08.04.18
JC Buttler18Rajasthan v DelhiDelhi02.05.18
DA Warner20Sunrisers v ChennaiHyderabad02.05.15
DA Warner20Sunrisers v KolkataHyderabad30.04.17
MC Henriques20Sunrisers v BangaloreHyderabad15.05.15

Praveen Kumar {14} and Irfan Pathan {10} have bowled ten or more maiden overs in the tournament. The following table lists the eleven bowlers who have bowled five or more maiden overs in the tournament.

PosPlayerMatInnsOversRunsWktsM
1Praveen  Kumar119119420.43,25109014
2Irfan Pathan103101340.32,64908010
3Dhawal Kulkarni090090290.52,40408608
4Lasith Malinga122122471.13,36617008
5Sandeep Sharma079079290.52,27209508
6B Kumar117117435.23,15413308
7Dale Steyn092092351.02,37509607
8Amit Mishra147147516.53,79915706
9Harbhajan Singh160157562.23,96715006
10Munaf Patel063063225.51,69807405
11Zaheer Khan100099366.42,78210205