Teams enforcing follow on against Australia in a test match

India enforced follow on against Australia in the just concluded Sydney test to provide the 40th  occasion of various teams enforcing follow on against Australia in a test. All such occasions are tabulated below

Nov Team Result Margin Follow on by Ground Start Date
1 Australia Lost 005 wickets England The Oval 06 Sep 1880
2 Australia Lost inns & 027 runs England Melbourne 19 Jan 1883
3 Australia Lost 010 wickets England Melbourne 01 Jan 1885
4 Australia Lost inns & 106 runs England Lord’s 19 Jul 1886
5 Australia Lost inns & 217 runs England The Oval 12 Aug 1886
6 Australia Lost inns & 21 runs England Manchester 30 Aug 1888
7 Australia Lost inns & 230 runs England Adelaide 24 Mar 1892
8 Australia Lost inns & 043 runs England The Oval 14 Aug 1893
9 Australia Lost 009 wickets England Sydney 13 Dec 1897
10 Australia Draw England Manchester 17 Jul 1899
11 Australia Draw England The Oval 14 Aug 1899
12 Australia Lost inns & 124 runs England Sydney 13 Dec 1901
13 Australia Draw England Birmingham 29 May 1902
14 Australia Draw South Africa Johannesburg 11 Oct 1902
15 Australia Lost inns & 080 runs England Manchester 24 Jul 1905
16 Australia Lost inns & 029 runs England Melbourne 13 Feb 1925
17 Australia Lost inns & 038 runs England Lord’s 22 Jun 1934
18 Australia Lost inns & 022 runs England Sydney 18 Dec 1936
19 Australia Draw England Nov ttingham 10 Jun 1938
20 Australia Lost inns & 579 runs England The Oval 20 Aug 1938
21 Australia Draw England Sydney 25 Feb 1955
22 Australia Lost inns & 042 runs England Leeds 12 Jul 1956
23 Australia Lost inns & 170 runs England Manchester 26 Jul 1956
24 Australia Lost inns & 093 runs England Sydney 07 Jan 1966
25 Australia Lost 008 wickets South Africa Durban 20 Jan 1967
26 Australia Draw England Lord’s 20 Jun 1968
27 Australia Lost inns & 129 runs South Africa Durban 05 Feb 1970
28 Australia Lost inns & 085 runs England Leeds 11 Aug 1977
29 Australia Draw India Delhi 13 Oct 1979
30 Australia Lost inns & 100 runs India Mumbai 03 Nov 1979
31 Australia Lost inns & 082 runs Pakistan Melbourne 11 Dec 1981
32 Australia Lost inns & 003 runs Pakistan Faisalabad 30 Sep 1982
33 Australia Lost inns & 112 runs West Indies Perth 09 Nov 1984
34 Australia Lost inns & 094 runs England The Oval 29 Aug 1985
35 Australia Draw India Sydney 02 Jan 1986
36 Australia Lost 007 wickets England Brisbane 14 Nov 1986
37 Australia Draw England Sydney 29 Jan 1988
38 Australia Lost inns & 188 runs Pakistan Karachi 15 Sep 1988
39 Australia Lost 003 wickets England Nov ttingham 25 Aug 2005
40 Australia Draw India Sydney 03 Jan 2019

India enforced follow on against Australia in the just concluded Sydney test to provide the 16th occasion of various teams enforcing follow on against Australia in a tes t. All such occasions are tabulated below

Nov Team Result Margin Follow on by Ground Start Date
1 Australia Lost inns & 027 runs England Melbourne 19 Jan 1883
2 Australia Lost 010 wickets England Melbourne 01 Jan 1885
3 Australia Lost inns & 230 runs England Adelaide 24 Mar 1892
4 Australia Lost 009 wickets England Sydney 13 Dec 1897
5 Australia Lost inns & 124 runs England Sydney 13 Dec 1901
6 Australia Lost inns & 029 runs England Melbourne 13 Feb 1925
7 Australia Lost inns & 022 runs England Sydney 18 Dec 1936
8 Australia Draw England Sydney 25 Feb 1955
9 Australia Lost inns & 093 runs England Sydney 07 Jan 1966
10 Australia Lost inns & 082 runs Pakistan Melbourne 11 Dec 1981
11 Australia Lost inns & 112 runs West Indies Perth 09 Nov 1984
12 Australia Draw India Sydney 02 Jan 1986
13 Australia Lost 007 wickets England Brisbane 14 Nov 1986
14 Australia Draw England Sydney 29 Jan 1988
15 Australia Draw India Sydney 03 Jan 2019

India enforced follow on against Australia in the just concluded Sydney test to provide the 16th occasion of various teams enforcing follow on against Australia in a test at Sydney. All such occasions are tabulated below. Sydney has also witnessed two occasions of India enforcing follow on  against Australia.

No Team Result Margin Follow on by Ground Start Date
1 Australia Lost 009 wickets England Sydney 13 Dec 1897
2 Australia Lost inns & 124 runs England Sydney 13 Dec 1901
3 Australia Lost inns & 022 runs England Sydney 18 Dec 1936
4 Australia Draw England Sydney 25 Feb 1955
5 Australia Lost inns & 093 runs England Sydney 07 Jan 1966
6 Australia Draw India Sydney 02 Jan 1986
7 Australia Draw England Sydney 29 Jan 1988
8 Australia Draw India Sydney 03 Jan 2019

India enforced follow on against Australia in the just concluded Sydney test to provide the fourth occasion of India enforcing follow on against Australia in a test at Sydney. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Team Result Margin Follow on by Ground Start Date
1 Australia Draw India Delhi 13 Oct 1979
2 Australia Lost inns & 100 runs India Mumbai 03 Nov 1979
3 Australia Draw India Sydney 02 Jan 1986
4 Australia Draw India Sydney 03 Jan 2019

Indian batsmen posting five fifty plus runs partnerships in a test innings

Indian innings of 622 for 7 declared at Sydney against Australia contained five fifty plus runs partnerships which are detailed below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 MA Agarwal, CA Pujara 2 116 1 v Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2019
2 V Kohli, CA Pujara 3 54 1 v Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2019
3 CA Pujara, GH Vihari 5 101 1 v Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2019
4 RR Pant, CA Pujara 6 89 1 v Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2019
5 RA Jadeja, RR Pant 7 204 1 v Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2019

This provides the 32nd occasions of Indian test innings containing five fifty plus runs partnerships which are tabulated below

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date C HC 50+
1 India 2 New Zealand Delhi 16 Dec 1955 2 3 5
2 India 2 Pakistan Mumbai (BS) 02 Dec 1960 1 4 5
3 India 1 West Indies Kanpur 02 Feb 1979 4 1 5
4 India 1 Australia Delhi 13 Oct 1979 1 4 5
5 India 3 West Indies Port of Spain 11 Mar 1983 2 3 5
6 India 1 England Kanpur 31 Jan 1985 1 4 5
7 India 2 Australia Adelaide 13 Dec 1985 0 5 5
8 India 2 Australia Chennai 18 Sep 1986 0 5 5
9 India 2 Sri Lanka Kanpur 17 Dec 1986 3 2 5
10 India 2 West Indies Kolkata 26 Dec 1987 1 4 5
11 India 1 England Chennai 11 Feb 1993 3 2 5
12 India 2 England Mumbai 19 Feb 1993 3 2 5
13 India 1 Sri Lanka       Bengaluru 26 Jan 1994 2 3 5
14 India 2 Australia Kolkata 18 Mar 1998 3 2 5
15 India 2 England         Mohali 03 Dec 2001 1 4 5
16 India 2 England         The Oval 05 Sep 2002 2 3 5
17 India 2 Pakistan Bengaluru 24 Mar 2005 0 5 5
18 India 1 Bangladesh Dhaka 25 May 2007 3 2 5
19 India 2 England Nottingham 27 Jul 2007 1 4 5
20 India 1 England The Oval 09 Aug 2007 1 7 5
21 India 1 Pakistan Kolkata 30 Nov 2007 3 2 5
22 India 2 Sri Lanka Col-SSC       26 Jul 2010 3 2 5
23 India 1 West Indies Kolkata 14 Nov 2011 2 4 5
24 India 2 West Indies Mumbai 22 Nov 2011 0 5 5
25 India 2 Australia Sydney 06 Jan 2015 1 4 5
26 India 1 West Indies North Sound 21 Jul 2016 2 4 5
27 India 2 England Chennai 16 Dec 2016 4 1 5
28 India 1 Bangladesh Hyd-RGS 09 Feb 2017 3 2 5
29 India 2 Australia Ranchi 16 Mar 2017 2 3 5
30 India 1 Sri Lanka Col-SSC       03 Aug 2017 1 4 5
31 India 1 West Indies Rajkot 04 Oct 2018 3 2 5
32 India 1 Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2019 3 2 5

It also provides the seventh such occasion against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date C HC 50+
1 India 1 Australia Delhi 13 Oct 1979 1 4 5
2 India 2 Australia Adelaide 13 Dec 1985 0 5 5
3 India 2 Australia Chennai 18 Sep 1986 0 5 5
4 India 2 Australia Kolkata 18 Mar 1998 3 2 5
5 India 2 Australia Sydney 06 Jan 2015 1 4 5
6 India 2 Australia Ranchi 16 Mar 2017 2 3 5
7 India 1 Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2019 3 2 5

It also provides the third such occasions against Australia in Australia and second such occasion in a test at Sydney

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date C HC 50+
1 India 2 Australia Adelaide 13 Dec 1985 0 5 5
2 India 2 Australia Sydney 06 Jan 2015 1 4 5
3 India 1 Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2019 3 2 5

The following are the eleven occasions of India posting five fifty plus runs partnerships in an innings in tests played on away soil

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date C HC 50+
1 India 3 West Indies Port of Spain 11 Mar 1983 2 3 5
2 India 2 Australia Adelaide 13 Dec 1985 0 5 5
3 India 2 England         The Oval 05 Sep 2002 2 3 5
4 India 1 Bangladesh Dhaka 25 May 2007 3 2 5
5 India 2 England Nottingham 27 Jul 2007 1 4 5
6 India 1 England The Oval 09 Aug 2007 1 7 5
7 India 2 Sri Lanka Col-SSC       26 Jul 2010 3 2 5
8 India 2 Australia Sydney 06 Jan 2015 1 4 5
9 India 1 West Indies North Sound 21 Jul 2016 2 4 5
10 India 1 Sri Lanka Col-SSC       03 Aug 2017 1 4 5
11 India 1 Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2019 3 2 5

Sydney becomes the second ground to witness ten or more occasions of three three figure partnerships in a test innings after Lord’s

The ongoing test between Australia and India at Sydney witnessed India posting three three figure partnerships in its innings  – 116 runs for the second wicket between MA Agarwal and CA Pujara, 101 runs for the fifth wicket between CA Pujara and GH Vihari and 204 runs for the seventh wicket between RR Pant and RA Jadeja to provide the tenth occasion of three three figure partnerships posted in a test innings at Sydney. Sydney became the second test ground in the annals of test cricket to witness ten or more three three figure partnerships in a test innings. Lord’s has witnessed thirteen occasions of three three figure partnerships. The following table furnishes the three three figure partnerships posted on these two grounds

No Team Inns Opp Ground Start Date TFP
1 Eng 2 SAF Lord’s 28 Jun 1924 3
2 Eng 2 Aus Lord’s 26 Jun 1926 3
3 Aus 2 Eng Lord’s 27 Jun 1930 3
4 Eng 2 Ind Lord’s 19 Jun 1952 3
5 Eng 1 Ind Lord’s 20 Jun 1974 3
6 Srl 1 Eng Lord’s 23 Aug 1984 3
7 Eng 1 Ind Lord’s 26 Jul 1990 3
8 Aus 1 Eng Lord’s 17 Jun 1993 3
9 SAF 2 Eng Lord’s 31 Jul 2003 3
10 Eng 2 Ban Lord’s 26 May 2005 3
11 Srl 3 Eng Lord’s 11 May 2006 3
12 Eng 1 SAF Lord’s 10 Jul 2008 3
13 Eng 1 Srl Lord’s 03 Jun 2011 3
             
1 Aus 1 Eng Sydney 14 Dec 1894 3
2 Eng 2 Aus Sydney 11 Dec 1903 3
3 Aus 3 Eng Sydney 17 Dec 1920 3
4 Eng 2 Aus Sydney 02 Dec 1932 3
5 Ind 1 Aus Sydney 02 Jan 2004 3
6 Ind 2 Aus Sydney 02 Jan 2008 3
7 Eng 2 Aus Sydney 03 Jan 2011 3
8 Aus 1 Ind Sydney 06 Jan 2015 3
9 Aus 2 Eng Sydney 04 Jan 2018 3
10 Ind 1 Aus Sydney 03 Jan 2019 3

Batsmen who have an aggregate of 1500 plus runs against Australia

CA Pujara and V Kohli of India have completed 1600 runs against Australia at the end of India’s first innings in the ongoing test against Australia at Sydney. CA Pujara’s run aggregate read 1622 while V Kohli has amassed 1604 runs against Australia. The following table lists all the batsman who have completed 1500 runs against Australia

No Player Team Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0
1 JB Hobbs Eng 1908-1930 41 71 4 3636 187 54.26 12 15 3
2 SR Tendulkar Ind 1991-2013 39 74 8 3630 241* 55.00 11 16 4
3 DI Gower Eng 1978-1991 42 77 4 3269 215 44.78 9 12 3
4 G Boycott Eng 1964-1981 38 71 9 2945 191 47.50 7 14 3
5 BC Lara WI 1992-2005 31 58 2 2856 277 51.00 9 11 5
6 WR Hammond Eng 1928-1947 33 58 3 2852 251 51.85 9 07 2
7 H Sutcliffe Eng 1924-1934 27 46 5 2741 194 66.85 8 16 1
8 JH Edrich Eng 1964-1975 32 57 3 2644 175 48.96 7 13 0
9 GA Gooch Eng 1975-1995 42 79 0 2632 196 33.31 4 16 5
10 AN Cook Eng 2006-2018 35 64 2 2493 244* 40.20 5 11 3
11 VVS Laxman Ind 1998-2012 29 54 5 2434 281 49.67 6 12 3
12 MC Cowdrey Eng 1954-1975 43 75 4 2433 113 34.26 5 11 5
13 L Hutton Eng 1938-1955 27 49 6 2428 364 56.46 5 14 2
14 IVA Richards Win 1975-1991 34 54 3 2266 208 44.43 5 14 5
15 DL Haynes Win 1978-1993 33 59 6 2233 145 42.13 5 14 1
16 CH Lloyd Win 1968-1985 29 48 4 2211 178 50.25 6 12 2
17 RB Richardson Win 1984-1995 29 48 4 2175 182 49.43 9 07 3
18 R Dravid Ind 1996-2012 33 62 6 2166 233 38.67 2 13 4
19 KP Pietersen Eng 2005-2014 27 50 2 2158 227 44.95 4 13 2
20 KF Barrington Eng 1961-1968 23 39 6 2111 256 63.96 5 13 1
21 AB de Villiers SAF 2005-2018 24 45 5 2068 169 51.70 6 13 1
22 JH Kallis SAF 1997-2012 29 55 5 2061 147 41.22 5 10 2
23 IR Bell Eng 2005-2015 33 60 4 1983 115 35.41 4 18 5
24 AC MacLaren Eng 1894-1909 35 61 4 1931 140 33.87 5 08 4
25 MA Atherton Eng 1989-2001 33 66 2 1900 105 29.68 1 15 7
26 DCS Compton Eng 1938-1956 28 51 8 1842 184 42.83 5 09 7
27 V Sehwag Ind 2003-2013 23 45 1 1821 195 41.38 3 10 3
28 CG Greenidge Win 1975-1991 29 52 7 1819 226 40.42 4 08 5
29 AJ Stewart Eng 1990-2003 33 65 6 1810 107 30.67 1 13 6
30 Javed Miandad Pak 1976-1990 25 40 2 1797 211 47.28 6 07 1
31 TW Hayward Eng 1896-1909 29 51 2 1747 137 35.65 2 12 6
32 EH Hendren Eng 1920-1934 28 48 4 1740 169 39.54 3 10 3
33 W Rhodes Eng 1899-1926 41 69 14 1706 179 31.01 1 09 2
34 M Leyland Eng 1929-1938 20 34 4 1705 187 56.83 7 03 2
35 RB Kanhai Win 1960-1973 20 38 1 1694 129 45.78 5 10 1
36 APE Knott Eng 1968-1981 34 57 6 1682 135 32.98 2 11 2
37 IT Botham Eng 1977-1989 36 59 2 1673 149* 29.35 4 06 10
38 FE Woolley Eng 1909-1934 32 51 1 1664 133* 33.28 2 11 7
39 MW Gatting Eng 1980-1995 27 48 4 1661 160 37.75 4 12 6
40 S Chanderpaul Win 1996-2012 20 38 5 1649 118 49.96 5 11 1
41 CA Pujara Ind 2010-2019 16 29 2 1622 204 60.07 5 07 2
42 V Kohli Ind 2011-2019 19 34 1 1604 169 48.60 7 04 3
43 N Hussain Eng 1993-2003 23 45 4 1581 207 38.56 2 11 3
44 HM Amla SAF 2008-2018 21 40 2 1574 196 41.42 5 05 4
45 PBH May Eng 1953-1961 21 37 3 1566 113 46.05 3 10 2
46 SM Gavaskar Ind 1977-1986 20 31 1 1550 172 51.66 8 04 2
47 GR Viswanath Ind 1969-1981 18 31 2 1538 161* 53.03 4 09 1
48 GS Sobers Win 1955-1969 19 38 3 1510 168 43.14 4 06 1

The following table lists the eight Indian batsmen who have an aggregate of 1500 plus runs against Australia at the end of India’s innings in the ongoing test against Australia at Sydney.

No Player Team Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0
1 SR Tendulkar Ind 1991-2013 39 74 8 3630 241* 55.00 11 16 4
2 VVS Laxman Ind 1998-2012 29 54 5 2434 281 49.67 6 12 3
3 R Dravid Ind 1996-2012 33 62 6 2166 233 38.67 2 13 4
4 V Sehwag Ind 2003-2013 23 45 1 1821 195 41.38 3 10 3
5 CA Pujara Ind 2010-2019 16 29 2 1622 204 60.07 5 07 2
6 V Kohli Ind 2011-2019 19 34 1 1604 169 48.60 7 04 3
7 SM Gavaskar Ind 1977-1986 20 31 1 1550 172 51.66 8 04 2
8 GR Viswanath Ind 1969-1981 18 31 2 1538 161* 53.03 4 09 1

Australian bowlers conceding 175 plus runs in a test innings

NM Lyon of Australia returned with figures of 4 for 178 against India in the ongoing test at Sydney to provide the 14th occasion of an Australian bowler conceding 175 plus runs in a test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opp Ground Start Date
1 AA Mailey 32.0×8 0 179 3 4 Eng Sydney 19 Dec 1924
2 AA Mailey 43.6×8 2 186 4 1 Eng Melbourne 13 Feb 1925
3 CV Grimmett 64.0 14 191 2 2 Eng Sydney 14 Dec 1928
4 WJ O’Reilly 59.0 9 189 7 1 Eng Manchester 06 Jul 1934
5 WJ O’Reilly 85.0 26 178 3 1 Eng The Oval 20 Aug 1938
6 LO Fleetwood-Smith 87.0 11 298 1 1 Eng The Oval 20 Aug 1938
7 JW Gleeson 35.0×8 2 176 1 3 Win Adelaide 24 Jan 1969
8 B Yardley 66.0 16 187 7 1 Pak Melbourne 11 Dec 1981
9 B Lee 39.3 5 201 4 1 Ind Sydney 02 Jan 2004
10 JJ Krejza 43.5 1 215 8 1 Ind Nagpur 06 Nov 2008
11 NM Lyon 47.0 1 215 3 2 Ind Chennai 22 Feb 2013
12 SNJ O’Keefe 77.0 17 199 3 2 Ind Ranchi 16 Mar 2017
13 NM Lyon 40.0 3 182 3 1 SAF Johannesburg 30 Mar 2018
14 NM Lyon 57.2 8 178 4 1 Ind Sydney 03 Jan 2019

It also provides the fifth occasion of an Australian bowler conceding 175 plus runs in a test innings against India. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opp Ground Start Date
1 B Lee 39.3 5 201 4 1 Ind Sydney 02 Jan 2004
2 JJ Krejza 43.5 1 215 8 1 Ind Nagpur 06 Nov 2008
3 NM Lyon 47.0 1 215 3 2 Ind Chennai 22 Feb 2013
4 SNJ O’Keefe 77.0 17 199 3 2 Ind Ranchi 16 Mar 2017
5 NM Lyon 57.2 8 178 4 1 Ind Sydney 03 Jan 2019

NM Lyon became the second bowler to concede 175 plus runs against India at Sydney. B Lee was the other bowler to  leak 175 plus  runs against  India at Sydney. He had returned with figures of 4 for 201 against India at Sydney in Jan 2004. The performqnce of these two bowlers is  tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opp Ground Start Date
1 B Lee 39.3 5 201 4 1 Ind Sydney 02 Jan 2004
2 NM Lyon 57.2 8 178 4 1 Ind Sydney 03 Jan 2019

NM Lyon has conceded 175 plus runs in a test innings on two occasions. AA Mailey and WJ O’Reilly have conceded 175 plus runs on two occasions. Thus NM Lyon holds the record in this category of statistics.

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opp Ground Start Date
1 NM Lyon 47.0 1 215 3 2 Ind Chennai 22 Feb 2013
2 NM Lyon 40.0 3 182 3 1 SAF Johannesburg 30 Mar 2018
3 NM Lyon 57.2 8 178 4 1 Ind Sydney 03 Jan 2019
                   
1 AA Mailey 32.0×8 0 179 3 4 Eng Sydney 19 Dec 1924
2 AA Mailey 43.6×8 2 186 4 1 Eng Melbourne 13 Feb 1925
                   
1 WJ O’Reilly 59.0 9 189 7 1 Eng Manchester 06 Jul 1934
2 WJ O’Reilly 85.0 26 178 3 1 Eng The Oval 20 Aug 1938

The following list tables the seven occasions of Australian bowlers conceding 175 plus runs in a test innings at home.

NM Lyon became the sixth Australian bowler to concede 175 plus runs n a test innings at home

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opp Ground Start Date
1 AA Mailey 32.0×8 0 179 3 4 Eng Sydney 19 Dec 1924
2 AA Mailey 43.6×8 2 186 4 1 Eng Melbourne 13 Feb 1925
3 CV Grimmett 64.0 14 191 2 2 Eng Sydney 14 Dec 1928
4 JW Gleeson 35.0×8 2 176 1 3 Win Adelaide 24 Jan 1969
5 B Yardley 66.0 16 187 7 1 Pak Melbourne 11 Dec 1981
6 B Lee 39.3 5 201 4 1 Ind Sydney 02 Jan 2004
7 NM Lyon 57.2 8 178 4 1 Ind Sydney 03 Jan 2019

Australian bowlers going wicket less conceding 100 plus runs in a test innings

PJ Cummins of Australia returned with figures of none for 101 in the ongoing test at Sydney against India to provide the 52nd occasion of an Australian bowler going wicketless conceding 100 plus runs in a test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 H Trumble 23.0 1 103 0 1 v South Africa Johannesburg 11 Oct 1902
2 A Cotter 37.0 5 125 0 2 v England Melbourne 09 Feb 1912
3 EA McDonald 31.0 1 112 0 1 v England Manchester 23 Jul 1921
4 EA McDonald 44.0 14 121 0 3 v South Africa Johannesburg 12 Nov 1921
5 JM Gregory 22.0×8 1 102 0 1 v England Melbourne 13 Feb 1925
6 JM Gregory 30.0 3 125 0 2 v England Lord’s 26 Jun 1926
7 TW Wall 36.0 3 131 0 1 v England Manchester 06 Jul 1934
8 FA Ward 30.0 2 142 0 1 v England Nottingham 10 Jun 1938
9 LF Kline 21.0×8 3 109 0 1 v West Indies Adelaide 27 Jan 1961
10 FM Misson 28.0×8 3 106 0 3 v West Indies Adelaide 27 Jan 1961
11 R Benaud 20.0×8 1 101 0 2 v South Africa Adelaide 24 Jan 1964
12 PI Philpott 45.0 17 102 0 2 v West Indies Bridgetown 05 May 1965
13 PI Philpott 30.0 2 133 0 2 v England Melbourne 30 Dec 1965
14 GD McKenzie 25.0×8 2 113 0 1 v England Sydney 07 Jan 1966
15 JR Thomson 17.0×8 1 100 0 2 v Pakistan Melbourne 29 Dec 1972
16 DK Lillee 26.0 4 112 0 2 v West Indies Kingston 16 Feb 1973
17 AA Mallett 26.0×8 4 103 0 2 v West Indies Perth 12 Dec 1975
18 AL Mann 20.0×8 0 101 0 2 v India Sydney 07 Jan 1978
19 RM Hogg 32.0 6 118 0 2 v India Bengaluru 19 Sep 1979
20 AA Mallett 35.0 9 104 0 1 v England Melbourne 01 Feb 1980
21 DK Lillee 35.4 7 102 0 1 v England Lord’s 02 Jul 1981
22 DK Lillee 36.3 9 104 0 1 v Pakistan Melbourne 11 Dec 1981
23 RJ Bright 41.0 15 107 0 1 v Pakistan Faisalabad 30 Sep 1982
24 CG Rackemann 28.0 3 106 0 1 v West Indies Perth 09 Nov 1984
25 GF Lawson 37.0 7 114 0 2 v England Manchester 01 Aug 1985
26 RG Holland 38.0 7 101 0 2 v England Manchester 01 Aug 1985
27 RG Holland 22.0 3 106 0 2 v New Zealand Brisbane 08 Nov 1985
28 RJ Bright 41.0 7 121 0 1 v India Sydney 02 Jan 1986
29 GF Lawson 41.0 8 126 0 1 v England Perth 28 Nov 1986
30 GRJ Matthews 23.0 1 102 0 2 v England Adelaide 12 Dec 1986
31 GRJ Matthews 31.0 7 100 0 4 v England Adelaide 25 Jan 1991
32 MR Whitney 28.0 4 103 0 2 v West Indies Georgetown 23 Mar 1991
33 SK Warne 22.0 2 107 0 2 v Sri Lanka Colombo (SSC) 17 Aug 1992
34 TBA May 38.0 6 112 0 3 v England Nottingham 01 Jul 1993
35 SK Warne 42.0 4 147 0 2 v India Kolkata 18 Mar 1998
36 SCG MacGill 24.0 5 118 0 1 v West Indies Adelaide 15 Dec 2000
37 MS Kasprowicz 35.0 6 139 0 3 v India Kolkata 11 Mar 2001
38 SCG MacGill 38.0 5 146 0 1 v India Sydney 02 Jan 2004
39 SK Warne 20.0 1 112 0 1 v Bangladesh Fatullah 09 Apr 2006
40 GD McGrath 30.0 5 107 0 1 v England Adelaide 01 Dec 2006
41 JJ Krejza 24.0 2 102 0 4 v South Africa Perth 17 Dec 2008
42 BE McGain 18.0 2 149 0 2 v South Africa Cape Town 19 Mar 2009
43 BW Hilfenhaus 25.0 2 100 0 2 v India Mohali 01 Oct 2010
44 MG Johnson 27.0 5 104 0 3 v England Brisbane 25 Nov 2010
45 XJ Doherty 35.0 5 107 0 3 v England Brisbane 25 Nov 2010
46 PM Siddle 30.0 3 121 0 2 v England Adelaide 03 Dec 2010
47 JW Hastings 19.0 1 102 0 3 v South Africa Perth 30 Nov 2012
48 NM Lyon 22.0 2 128 0 3 v South Africa Perth 30 Nov 2012
49 MG Johnson 25.0 3 111 0 1 v England Cardiff 08 Jul 2015
50 NM Lyon 34.0 3 146 0 3 v South Africa Perth 03 Nov 2016
51 JM Bird 30.0 5 108 0 2 v England Melbourne 26 Dec 2017
52 PJ Cummins 28.0 5 101 0 1 v India Sydney 03 Jan 2019

It also provides the eighth occasion of an Australian bowler going wicket less conceding 100  plus runs in a test innings against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 AL Mann 20.0×8 0 101 0 2 v India Sydney 07 Jan 1978
2 RM Hogg 32.0 6 118 0 2 v India Bengaluru 19 Sep 1979
3 RJ Bright 41.0 7 121 0 1 v India Sydney 02 Jan 1986
4 SK Warne 42.0 4 147 0 2 v India Kolkata 18 Mar 1998
5 MS Kasprowicz 35.0 6 139 0 3 v India Kolkata 11 Mar 2001
6 SCG MacGill 38.0 5 146 0 1 v India Sydney 02 Jan 2004
7 BW Hilfenhaus 25.0 2 100 0 2 v India Mohali 01 Oct 2010
8 PJ Cummins 28.0 5 101 0 1 v India Sydney 03 Jan 2019

It also provides the 30th occasion of an Australian bowler going wicket less conceding 100 plus runs in a test innings on home soil. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 A Cotter 37.0 5 125 0 2 v England Melbourne 09 Feb 1912
2 JM Gregory 22.0×8 1 102 0 1 v England Melbourne 13 Feb 1925
3 LF Kline 21.0×8 3 109 0 1 v West Indies Adelaide 27 Jan 1961
4 FM Misson 28.0×8 3 106 0 3 v West Indies Adelaide 27 Jan 1961
5 R Benaud 20.0×8 1 101 0 2 v South Africa Adelaide 24 Jan 1964
6 PI Philpott 30.0 2 133 0 2 v England Melbourne 30 Dec 1965
7 GD McKenzie 25.0×8 2 113 0 1 v England Sydney 07 Jan 1966
8 JR Thomson 17.0×8 1 100 0 2 v Pakistan Melbourne 29 Dec 1972
9 AA Mallett 26.0×8 4 103 0 2 v West Indies Perth 12 Dec 1975
10 AL Mann 20.0×8 0 101 0 2 v India Sydney 07 Jan 1978
11 AA Mallett 35.0 9 104 0 1 v England Melbourne 01 Feb 1980
12 DK Lillee 36.3 9 104 0 1 v Pakistan Melbourne 11 Dec 1981
13 CG Rackemann 28.0 3 106 0 1 v West Indies Perth 09 Nov 1984
14 RG Holland 22.0 3 106 0 2 v New Zealand Brisbane 08 Nov 1985
15 RJ Bright 41.0 7 121 0 1 v India Sydney 02 Jan 1986
16 GF Lawson 41.0 8 126 0 1 v England Perth 28 Nov 1986
17 GRJ Matthews 23.0 1 102 0 2 v England Adelaide 12 Dec 1986
18 GRJ Matthews 31.0 7 100 0 4 v England Adelaide 25 Jan 1991
19 SCG MacGill 24.0 5 118 0 1 v West Indies Adelaide 15 Dec 2000
20 SCG MacGill 38.0 5 146 0 1 v India Sydney 02 Jan 2004
21 GD McGrath 30.0 5 107 0 1 v England Adelaide 01 Dec 2006
22 JJ Krejza 24.0 2 102 0 4 v South Africa Perth 17 Dec 2008
23 MG Johnson 27.0 5 104 0 3 v England Brisbane 25 Nov 2010
24 XJ Doherty 35.0 5 107 0 3 v England Brisbane 25 Nov 2010
25 PM Siddle 30.0 3 121 0 2 v England Adelaide 03 Dec 2010
26 JW Hastings 19.0 1 102 0 3 v South Africa Perth 30 Nov 2012
27 NM Lyon 22.0 2 128 0 3 v South Africa Perth 30 Nov 2012
28 NM Lyon 34.0 3 146 0 3 v South Africa Perth 03 Nov 2016
29 JM Bird 30.0 5 108 0 2 v England Melbourne 26 Dec 2017
30 PJ Cummins 28.0 5 101 0 1 v India Sydney 03 Jan 2019

It also provides the 30th occasion of an Australian bowler going wicket less conceding 100 plus runs in a test innings in a test at Sydney. All such occasions are listed below. It is interesting to note that out of these five occasions, four of them are at Sydney.

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 GD McKenzie 25.0×8 2 113 0 1 v England Sydney 07 Jan 1966
2 AL Mann 20.0×8 0 101 0 2 v India Sydney 07 Jan 1978
3 RJ Bright 41.0 7 121 0 1 v India Sydney 02 Jan 1986
4 SCG MacGill 38.0 5 146 0 1 v India Sydney 02 Jan 2004
5 PJ Cummins 28.0 5 101 0 1 v India Sydney 03 Jan 2019

Four Australian bowlers conceding 100 plus runs in a test innings

Four Australian bowlers – MA Starc  {1 for 123}, JR Hazzlewood {2 for 105}, PJ Cummins {none for 101} and  NJ Lyon {4 for 178} conceded 100 plus runs in India’s innings in the ongoing test at Sydney to provide the 14th occasion of Australian bowlers conceding 100 plus runs in a test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below. It also provides the 137th occasion of four or more bowlers conceding 100 plus runs in a test innings

No Team Inns Opposition Venue Bowlers Date
1 Australia 2 England Sydney 4 02 Dec 1932
2 Australia 1 England Nottingham 4 10 Jun 1938
3 Australia 2 South Africa Adelaide 4 24 Jan 1964
4 Australia 2 West Indies Perth 4 12 Dec 1975
5 Australia 2 Pakistan Adelaide 4 09 Dec 1983
6 Australia 2 New Zealand Brisbane 4 08 Nov 1985
7 Australia 1 England Perth 4 28 Nov 1986
8 Australia 3 India Kolkata 4 11 Mar 2001
9 Australia 2 South Africa Cape Town 4 19 Mar 2009
10 Australia 2 England Sydney 4 03 Jan 2011
11 Australia 3 South Africa Perth 4 30 Nov 2012
12 Australia 2 New Zealand Perth 4 13 Nov 2015
13 Australia 2 India Ranchi 4 16 Mar 2017
14 Australia 1 India Sydney 4 03 Jan 2019

It provides the third occasion of four Australian bowlers conceding 100 plus runs in a test innings at Sydney. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Inns Opposition Venue Bowlers Date
1 Australia 2 England Sydney 4 02 Dec 1932
2 Australia 2 England Sydney 4 03 Jan 2011
3 Australia 1 India Sydney 4 03 Jan 2019

It provides the third occasion of four Australian bowlers conceding 100 plus runs in a test innings against India and  he first such occasion at Sydney. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Inns Opposition Venue Bowlers Date
1 Australia 3 India Kolkata 4 11 Mar 2001
2 Australia 2 India Ranchi 4 16 Mar 2017
3 Australia 1 India Sydney 4 03 Jan 2019

Four Australian bowlers – MA Starc  {1 for 123}, JR Hazzlewood {2 for 105}, PJ Cummins {none for 101} and  NJ Lyon {4 for 178} conceded 100 plus runs in India’s innings in the ongoing test at Sydney to provide the 14th occasion of Australian bowlers conceding 100 plus runs in a test innings on home soil. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Team Inns Opposition Venue Bowlers Date
1 Australia 2 England Sydney 4 02 Dec 1932
2 Australia 2 South Africa Adelaide 4 24 Jan 1964
3 Australia 2 West Indies Perth 4 12 Dec 1975
4 Australia 2 Pakistan Adelaide 4 09 Dec 1983
5 Australia 2 New Zealand Brisbane 4 08 Nov 1985
6 Australia 1 England Perth 4 28 Nov 1986
7 Australia 2 England Sydney 4 03 Jan 2011
8 Australia 3 South Africa Perth 4 30 Nov 2012
9 Australia 2 New Zealand Perth 4 13 Nov 2015
10 Australia 1 India Sydney 4 03 Jan 2019

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