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England – India : First Test at Nottingham – First day stats highlights

England – India : First Test at Nottingham – First day stats highlights

This test provides the 127th test between the two teams and also provides the 63rd test between the two teams in England.

India lost the toss in this test to provide the 65th occasion of India losing the toss against England and also provides the 36th occasion of India losing the toss against England in England.

India has lost the toss for the 35th occasion under V Kohli. V Kohli now owns the record for losing the most tosses by an Indian Captain The previous record was held by MS Dhoni, who has lost 34 tosses.

India is playing a test for 15th occasion against England under V Kohli. V Kohli now shares the record for playing most tests against England with MS Dhoni. MS Dhoni has also led India against England on 15 occasions.

V Kohli is leading India in an away test for the 31st occasion when he led India in this test He now owns the record for leading India on most occasions in away tests. The previous record was held by MS Dhoni who has led India on 30 occasions in away tests.

RJ Burns was dismissed for a duck in the first innings of this test to provide the 258th occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a duck in an innings. It also provides the 109th occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a duck in an innings on home soil.

RJ Burns was dismissed for a duck in the first innings of this test to provide the 20th occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a duck in an innings against India. It also provides the eighth occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a duck in an innings on home soil against India.

RJ Burns was dismissed for a duck against India on the third occasions as an opening batsman. He now owns the record for scoring most ducks against India as an opening batsman. KK Jennings and AJ Stewart had scored two ducks against India as opening batsmen.

JE Root scored 64 in England’s first innings in this test to provide his 50th half century in his test career. He became the second England batsman to score 50 plus half centuries after AN Cook. AN Cook has scored 57 half centuries.

JE Root became the 12th batsman in the annals of test cricket to score 50 plus half centuries. The complete list is furnished below.

NoPlayerTeamMatInnsNORunsHSHC
1SR TendulkarInd2003293315921248*68
2S ChanderpaulWin1642804911867203*66
3R DravidInd164286321328827063
4AR BorderAus156265441117420563
5RT PontingAus168287291337825762
6JH KallisSAF166280401328922458
7AN CookEng161291161247229457
8VVS LaxmanInd13422534878128156
9KC SangakkaraSrl134233171240031952
10M JayawardeneSrl149252151181437450
11SR WaughAus168260461092720050
12JE RootEng10619415877125450

JC Buttler was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 164th occasion of a England wicket keeper batsman dismissed for duck in an innings. It also provides the 78th occasion of a England wicket keeper batsman dismissed for duck in an innings on home soil

JC Buttler was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 17th occasion of a England wicket keeper batsman dismissed for duck in an innings against India. It also provides the ninth occasion of a England wicket keeper batsman dismissed for duck in an innings on home soil against India.

England’s innings contained four ducks – RJ Burns, DW Lawrence, JC Buttler and OE Robinson – to provide a total of 175 England batsmen dismissed for ducks in an innings against India. It also provides a total of 78 England batsmen dismissed for ducks against India on home soil.

England’s innings contained four ducks – RJ Burns, DW Lawrence, JC Buttler and OE Robinson – to provide 43rd occasion of four or more England batsmen dismissed for ducks in an innings. It also provides the 16th occasion of four or more England batsmen dismissed for ducks in an innings on home soil.

England’s innings contained four ducks – RJ Burns, DW Lawrence, JC Buttler and OE Robinson – to provide the second occasion of four or more England batsmen dismissed for ducks in an innings against India. The first such occasion was at Ahmedabad in Feb 2021. It also provides the first occasion of four or more England batsmen dismissed for ducks in an innings on home soil against India.

England was dismissed for 183 in its first innings to provide the 32nd occasion of England dismissed all out in an innings for a total of less than 200 runs against India. It also provides the tenth occasion of England dismissed all out in an innings for a total of less than 200 runs against India on home soil.

England was dismissed for 183 in its first innings to provide the 32nd occasion of England dismissed all out in an innings for a total of less than 200 runs against India at Nottingham. The other two occasions are – 198 in Jul 2007 and 161 in Aug 2018.

No play on two or more days of a test due to rain

No play on two or more days of a test due to rain

The first day and the fourth day of the ongoing World Test Championship Final between India and New Zealand at Southampton were washed out due to rain providing the 66th occasion of no play on two or more days of a test due to rain in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoTeamOppGroundSeasonDDDDSoil
1AusEngSydney1887-8823  Aus
2EngAusLord’s190223  Eng
3AusEngSydney1911-1236  Aus
4EngSAFManchester192423  Eng
5EngAusNottingham192623  Eng
6NZlEngAuckland1929-3012  NZl
7WinEngKingston1929-3089  Win
8EngNZlManchester193112  Eng
9AusSAFBrisbane1931-3234  Aus
10NZlEngChristchurch1946-4734  NZl
11AusIndSydney1947-48346 Aus
12EngIndThe Oval195235  Eng
13IndPakChepauk1952-5334  Ind
14EngPakLord’s1954123 Eng
15EngPakManchester1954245 Eng
16AusEngSydney1954-55123 Aus
17NZlEngDunedin1954-5534  NZl
18PakNZlDacca1955-56125 Pak
19EngNZlThe Oval195834  Eng
20EngSAFManchester196012  Eng
21IndEngDelhi1961-6245  Ind
22IndAusKolkata1964-6545  Ind
23AusEngSydney1973-7435  Aus
24NZlEngChristchurch1974-75125 NZl
25NZlIndChristchurch1980-8134  NZl
26NZlAusWellington1981-8214  NZl
27PakIndLahore1982-8345  Pak
28WinIndGeorgetown1982-8324  Win
29IndAusDelhi1986-87123 Ind
30EngPakLord’s1987235 Eng
31NZlEngWellington1987-8845  NZl
32WinIndGeorgetown1988-89345 Win
33AusPakSydney1989-9012  Aus
34NZlIndNapier1989-9015  NZl
35PakSrlGujranwala1991-922345Pak
36SrlIndKandy1993-941345Srl
37SrlWinMoratuwa1993-94145 Srl
38IndNZlChepauk1995-96235 Ind
39IndNZlCuttack1995-9623  Ind
40SAFEngCenturion1995-96345 SAF
41SAFEngDurban1995-9645  SAF
42WinIndSt John’s1996-97123 Win
43SAFPakShiekupura1997-98145 Pak
44IndSrlNagpur1997-9845  Ind
45SAFEngCenturion1999-00234 SAF
46WinPakGeorgetown1999-0045  Win
47SrlPakKandy2000-0145  Srl
48SAFNZlJo’burg-NW2000-01134 SAF
49BanZimMirpur2001-0245  Ban
50NZlBanHamilton2001-0212  NZl
51ZimBanBulawayo2003-04124 Zim
52ZimBanBulawayo2003-0424  Zim
53IndSrlChepauk2005-06123 Ind
54NZlWinNapier2005-06345 NZl
55BanNZlMirpur2008-09123 Ban
56NZlWinDunedin2008-0925  NZl
57SrlWinPallekele2010-1135  Srl
58EngWinBirmingham2012125 Eng
59BanSAFMirpur2015234 Ban
60IndSAFBengaluru2015-16234 Ind
61AusWinSydney2015-1634  Aus
62WinIndTrinidad2016345 Win
63SAFNZlDurban2016345 SAF
64NZlPakChristchurch2016-1713  NZl
65NZlBanWellington2018-1912  NZl
66IndNZlSouthampton202114  Eng

Of the 66 occasions, there are 39 occasions of two days washed out due to rain, 25 occasions of three days washed out due to rain and two occasions of four days washed out. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamOppGroundSeasonDDDDSoilDs
1AusEngSydney1887-8823  Aus2
2EngAusLord’s190223  Eng2
3AusEngSydney1911-1236  Aus2
4EngSAFManchester192423  Eng2
5EngAusNottingham192623  Eng2
6NZlEngAuckland1929-3012  NZl2
7WinEngKingston1929-3089  Win2
8EngNZlManchester193112  Eng2
9AusSAFBrisbane1931-3234  Aus2
10NZlEngChristchurch1946-4734  NZl2
11EngIndThe Oval195235  Eng2
12IndPakChepauk1952-5334  Ind2
13NZlEngDunedin1954-5534  NZl2
14EngNZlThe Oval195834  Eng2
15EngSAFManchester196012  Eng2
16IndEngDelhi1961-6245  Ind2
17IndAusKolkata1964-6545  Ind2
18AusEngSydney1973-7435  Aus2
19NZlIndChristchurch1980-8134  NZl2
20NZlAusWellington1981-8214  NZl2
21PakIndLahore1982-8345  Pak2
22WinIndGeorgetown1982-8324  Win2
23NZlEngWellington1987-8845  NZl2
24AusPakSydney1989-9012  Aus2
25NZlIndNapier1989-9015  NZl2
26IndNZlCuttack1995-9623  Ind2
27SAFEngDurban1995-9645  SAF2
28IndSrlNagpur1997-9845  Ind2
29WinPakGeorgetown1999-0045  Win2
30SrlPakKandy2000-0145  Srl2
31BanZimMirpur2001-0245  Ban2
32NZlBanHamilton2001-0212  NZl2
33ZimBanBulawayo2003-0424  Zim2
34NZlWinDunedin2008-0925  NZl2
35SrlWinPallekele2010-1135  Srl2
36AusWinSydney2015-1634  Aus2
37NZlPakChristchurch2016-1713  NZl2
38NZlBanWellington2018-1912  NZl2
39IndNZlSouthampton202114  Eng2
           
1AusIndSydney1947-48346 Aus3
2EngPakLord’s1954123 Eng3
3EngPakManchester1954245 Eng3
4AusEngSydney1954-55123 Aus3
5PakNZlDacca1955-56125 Pak3
6NZlEngChristchurch1974-75125 NZl3
7IndAusDelhi1986-87123 Ind3
8EngPakLord’s1987235 Eng3
9WinIndGeorgetown1988-89345 Win3
10SrlWinMoratuwa1993-94145 Srl3
11IndNZlChepauk1995-96235 Ind3
12SAFEngCenturion1995-96345 SAF3
13WinIndSt John’s1996-97123 Win3
14SAFPakShiekupura1997-98145 Pak3
15SAFEngCenturion1999-00234 SAF3
16SAFNZlJo’burg-NW2000-01134 SAF3
17ZimBanBulawayo2003-04124 Zim3
18IndSrlChepauk2005-06123 Ind3
19NZlWinNapier2005-06345 NZl3
20BanNZlMirpur2008-09123 Ban3
21EngWinBirmingham2012125 Eng3
22BanSAFMirpur2015234 Ban3
23IndSAFBengaluru2015-16234 Ind3
24WinIndTrinidad2016345 Win3
25SAFNZlDurban2016345 SAF3
           
1PakSrlGujranwala1991-922345Pak4
2SrlIndKandy1993-941345Srl4
No play on a day’s play due to rain in India-New Zealand tests

No play on a day’s play due to rain in India-New Zealand tests

The first day and the fourth day of the ongoing World Test Championship Final between India and New Zealand at Southampton were washed out due to rain providing the 14th and 15th occasion of no play on a day of the test due to rain in the annals of test cricket in India-New Zealand test series. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoTeamOppGroundSeasonDaySoil
1IndNZlHyd-LBS1969-702Ind
2IndNZlChepauk1976-771Ind
3NZlPakNapier1978-793NZl
4NZlIndChristchurch1980-813NZl
5NZlIndChristchurch1980-814NZl
6NZlIndNapier1989-901NZl
7NZlIndNapier1989-905NZl
8IndNZlChepauk1995-962Ind
9IndNZlChepauk1995-963Ind
10IndNZlChepauk1995-965Ind
11IndNZlCuttack1995-962Ind
12IndNZlCuttack1995-963Ind
13NZlIndHamilton2002-031NZl
14IndNZlSouthampton20211Eng
15IndNZlSouthampton20214Eng

The first day wash out provides the fourth occasion of no play on the first day in tests between India and New Zealand, while no play on the fourth day provides the second occasion of no play on the fourth day in tests between India and New Zealand. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoTeamOppGroundSeasonDaySoil
1IndNZlChepauk1976-771Ind
2NZlIndNapier1989-901NZl
3NZlIndHamilton2002-031NZl
4IndNZlSouthampton20211Eng
       
1NZlIndChristchurch1980-814NZl
2IndNZlSouthampton20214Eng
No play on a day’s play due to rain on English soil

No play on a day’s play due to rain on English soil

The first day and the fourth day of the ongoing World Test Championship Final between India and New Zealand at Southampton were washed out due to rain providing the 74th and 75th occasion of no play on a day of the test due to rain in the annals of test cricket on English soil. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoTeamOppGroundSeasonDaySoil
1EngAusLeeds18993Eng
2EngAusLord’s19022Eng
3EngAusLord’s19023Eng
4EngAusLord’s19053Eng
5EngSAFLord’s19073Eng
6EngAusManchester19123Eng
7EngAusNottingham19123Eng
8EngAusManchester19211Eng
9EngSAFManchester19242Eng
10EngSAFManchester19243Eng
11EngAusNottingham19262Eng
12EngAusNottingham19263Eng
13EngAusManchester19304Eng
14EngAusThe Oval19305Eng
15EngNZlManchester19311Eng
16EngNZlManchester19312Eng
17EngSAFNottingham19353Eng
18EngIndThe Oval19463Eng
19EngSAFManchester18512Eng
20EngSAFLeeds19515Eng
21EngIndThe Oval19523Eng
22EngIndThe Oval19525Eng
23EngAusManchester19534Eng
24EngPakLord’s19541Eng
25EngPakLord’s19542Eng
26EngPakLord’s19543Eng
27EngPakManchester19542Eng
28EngPakManchester19544Eng
29EngPakManchester19545Eng
30EngAusLeeds19563Eng
31EngAusThe Ovql19564Eng
32EngNZlThe Oval19583Eng
33EngNZlThe Oval19584Eng
34EngSAFManchester19601Eng
35EngSAFManchester19602Eng
36EngPakNottingham19621Eng
37EngAusNottingham19641Eng
38EngAusThe Oval19645Eng
39EngPakNottingham19674Eng
40EngIndManchester19715Eng
41EngIndBirmingham19741Eng
42EngPakLeeds19745Eng
43EngPakLord’s19745Eng
44EngAusLeeds19755Eng
45EngAusThe Oval19771Eng
46EngPakLeeds19783Eng
47EngNZlThe Oval19784Eng
48EngIndLeeds19792Eng
49EngWinManchester19803Eng
50EngWinThe Oval19803Eng
51EngWinLeeds19803Eng
52EngIndManchester19825Eng
53EngPakManchester19875Eng
54EngPakLord’s19872Eng
55EngPakLord’s19873Eng
56EngPakLord’s19875Eng
57EngSAFBirmingham19985Eng
58EngZimNottingham20002Eng
59EngPakLord’s20011Eng
60EngIndThe Oval20025Eng
61EngSAFBirmingham20032Eng
62EngWIManchester20042Eng
63EngWinLeeds20073Eng
64EngWinCh-le-St20071Eng
65EngWinCh-le-St20092Eng
66EngAusBirmingham20093Eng
67EngWinBirmingham20121Eng
68EngWinBirmingham20122Eng
69EngWinBirmingham20125Eng
70EngAusThe Oval20134Eng
71EngWinManchester20214Eng
72EngPakSouthampton20213Eng
73EngNZlLord’s20213Eng
74IndNZlSouthampton20211Eng
75IndNZlSouthampton20214Eng

The first day wash out provides the 12th occasion of no play on the first day on English soil, while no play on the fourth day provides the 10th occasion of no play on the fourth day on English soil. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoTeamOppGroundSeasonDaySoil
1EngAusManchester19211Eng
2EngNZlManchester19311Eng
3EngPakLord’s19541Eng
4EngSAFManchester19601Eng
5EngPakNottingham19621Eng
6EngAusNottingham19641Eng
7EngIndBirmingham19741Eng
8EngAusThe Oval19771Eng
9EngPakLord’s20011Eng
10EngWinCh-le-St20071Eng
11EngWinBirmingham20121Eng
12IndNZlSouthampton20211Eng
       
1EngAusManchester19304Eng
2EngAusManchester19534Eng
3EngPakManchester19544Eng
4EngAusThe Ovql19564Eng
5EngNZlThe Oval19584Eng
6EngPakNottingham19674Eng
7EngNZlThe Oval19784Eng
8EngAusThe Oval20134Eng
9EngWinManchester20214Eng
10IndNZlSouthampton20214Eng
No play on the first and fourth days of the test

No play on the first and fourth days of the test

The first day and the fourth day of the ongoing World Test Championship Final between India and New Zealand at Southampton were washed out due to rain providing the 310th occasion of no play on a day of the test due to rain or otherwise in the annals of test cricket. The first day wash out provides the 51st occasion of no play on the first day, while no play on the fourth day provides the 68th occasion of no play on the fourth day. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoTeamOppGroundSeasonDaySoil
1EngAusManchester19211Eng
2NZlEngAuckland1929-301NZl
3EngNZlManchester19311Eng
4SAFAusCape Town1935-361SAF
5AusEngSydney1946-471Aus
6NZlEngWellington1950-511NZl
7EngPakLord’s19541Eng
8AusEngSydney1954-551Aus
9PakNZlDacca1955-561Pak
10EngSAFManchester19601Eng
11EngPakNottingham19621Eng
12NZlSAFDunedin1963-641NZl
13EngAusNottingham19641Eng
14WinIndKingston1970-711Win
15EngIndBirmingham19741Eng
16AusEngAdelaide1974-751Aus
17NZlEngChristchurch1974-751NZl
18WinIndTrinidad1975-761Win
19IndNZlChepauk1976-771Ind
10EngAusThe Oval19771Eng
21PakWinKarachi1980-811Pak
22NZlAusWellington1981-821NZl
23IndWinChepauk1983-841Ind
24IndAusDelhi1986-871Ind
25NZlWinChristchurch1986-871NZl
26AusPakSydney1989-901Aus
27NZlIndNapier1989-901NZl
28SrlIndKandy1993-941Srl
29SrlWinMoratuwa1993-941Srl
30WinIndSt John’s1996-971Win
31SAFPakShiekupura1997-981Pak
32AusEngMelbourne1998-991Aus
33SAFNZlJo’burg-NW2000-011SAF
34EngPakLord’s20011Eng
35NZlBanHamilton2001-021NZl
36NZlEngWellington2001-021NZl
37NZlIndHamilton2002-031NZl
38SrlNZlKandy20031Srl
39ZimBanBulawayo2003-041Zim
40SAFEngCenturion2004-051SAF
41NZlAusWellington2004-051NZl
42IndSrlChepauk2005-061Ind
43SrlPakCol-SSC2005-061Srl
44EngWinCh-le-St20071Eng
45BanNZlMirpur2008-091Ban
46EngWinBirmingham20121Eng
47IndAusMohali2012-131Ind
48NZlEngDunedin2012-131NZL
49NZlPakChristchurch2016-171NZl
50NZlBanWellington2018-191NZl
51IndNZlSouthampton20211Eng
       
1EngAusManchester19304Eng
2AusWinSydney1930-314Aus
3AusSAFBrisbane1931-324Aus
4NZlEngChristchurch1946-474NZl
5AusIndSydney1947-484Aus
6NZlSAFAuckland1951-524NZl
7IndPakChepauk1952-534Ind
8EngAusManchester19534Eng
9EngPakManchester19544Eng
10NZlEngDunedin1954-554NZl
11EngAusThe Ovql19564Eng
12EngNZlThe Oval19584Eng
13IndEngDelhi1961-624Ind
14IndAusKolkata1964-654Ind
15AusEngMelbourne1965-664Aus
16SAFAusJo’burg-NW1966-674SAF
17EngPakNottingham19674Eng
18AusEngAdelaide1973-744Aus
19WinEngGeorgetown1973-744Win
10EngNZlThe Oval19784Eng
21WinEngSt John’s1980-814Win
22NZlIndChristchurch1980-814NZl
23NZlAusWellington1981-824NZl
24PakIndLahore1982-834Pak
25WinIndKingston1982-834Win
26WinIndGeorgetown1982-834Win
27NZlEngWellington1987-884NZl
28WinIndGeorgetown1988-894Win
29WinEngKingston1989-904Win
30WinAusKingston1990-914Win
31PakSrlGujranwala1991-924Pak
32SAFIndDurban1992-934SAF
33SrlIndKandy1993-944Srl
34SrlSAFCol-PSS1993-944Srl
35SrlWinMoratuwa1993-944Srl
36SAFEngCenturion1995-964SAF
37SAFEngDurban1995-964SAF
38SAFPakShiekupura1997-984Pak
39IndSrlNagpur1997-984Ind
40SAFPakJo’burg-NW1997-984SAF
41SrlAusGalle1999-004Srl
42ZimAusBulawayo1999-004Zim
43NZlAusAuckland1999-004NZl
44WinPakGeorgetown1999-004Win
45SrlPakKandy2000-014Srl
46SrlPakKandy2000-014Srl
47SAFNZlJo’burg-NW2000-014SAF
48SAFSrlDurban2000-014SAF
49BanZimMirpur2001-024Ban
50WinSrlGross Islet20034Win
51ZimBanBulawayo2003-044Zim
52NZlWinNapier2005-064NZl
53WinIndGross Islet20064Win
54SrlWinCol-RPS2010-114Srl
55NZlSAFDunedin2011-124NZl
56NZlEngWellington2012-134NZL
57EngAusThe Oval20134Eng
58BanSAFChittagong20154Ban
59BanSAFMirpur20154Ban
60IndSAFBengaluru2015-164Ind
61AusWinSydney2015-164Aus
62WinIndTrinidad20164Win
63SAFNZlDurban20164SAF
64NZlSAFDunedin2016-174NZl
65NZlSAFHamilton2016-174NZl
66SAFIndCape Town2017-184SAF
67EngWinManchester2020-214Eng
68IndNZlSouthampton20214Eng
Test Hat tricks-KA Maharaj of South Africa is the latest entrant

Test Hat tricks-KA Maharaj of South Africa is the latest entrant

KA Maharaj of South Africa performed the Hat trick against West Indies in the just concluded test Gros Islet to provide the 46th occasion of a bowler performing the hat trick in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below. KA Maharaj became the 44th bowler to perform the feat. TJ Matthews of Australia and Wasim Akram have performed the feat on two occasions.

KA Maharaj became the second South African bowler to perform the hat trick after GM Griffin. GM Griffin had performed the feat at Lord’

NoBowlerMatchGroundSeason
1FR SpofforthAus v EngMelbourne1878-79
2W BatesEng v AusMelbourne1882-83
3J BriggsEng v AusSydney1891-92
4GA LohmannEng v SAFPort Elizabeth1895-96
5JT HearneEng v AusLeeds1899
6H TrumbleAus v EngMelbourne1901-02
7H TrumbleAus v EngMelbourne1903-04
8TJ Matthews  {FI}Aus v SAFManchester1912
9TJ Matthews  {SI}Aus v SAFManchester1912
10MJC AllomEng v NZlChristchurch1929-30
11TWJ GoddardEng v SAFJohannesburg1938-39
12PJ LoaderEng v WinLeeds1957
13LF KlineAus v SAFCape Town1957-58
14WW HallWin v PakLahore1958-59
15GM GriffinSAF v EngLord’s1960
16LR GibbsWin v AusAdelaide1960-61
17PJ PetherickNZl v PakLahore1976-77
18CA WalshWin v AusBrisbane1988-89
19MG HughesAus v WinPerth1988-89
20DW FlemingAus v PakRawalpindi1994-95
21SK WarneAus v EngMelbourne1994-95
22DG CorkEng v WinManchester1995
23D GoughEng v AusSydney1998-99
24Wasim AkramPak v SrlLahore1998-99
25Wasim AkramPak v SrlDhaka1998-99
26DNT ZoysaSrl v ZimHarare1999-2000
27Abdul RazzaqPak v SrlGalle1999-2000
28GD McGrathAus v WinPerth2000-01
29Harbhajan SinghInd v AusKolkata2000-01
30Mohammad SamiPak v SrlLahore2001-02
31JJC LawsonWin v AusBridgetown2002-03
32Alok KapaliBan v PakPeshawar2003
33AM BlignautZim v BanHarare2003-04
34MJ HoggardEng v WinBarbados2003-04
35JEC FranklinNZl v BanDhaka2004-05
36IK PathanInd v PakKarachi2005-06
37RJ SidebottomEng v NZlHamilton2007-08
38PM SiddleAus v EngBrisbane2010-11
39SCJ BroadEng v IndNottingham2011
40Sohag GaziBan v NZlChittagong2013-14
41SCJ BroadEng v SrlLeeds2014
42HMRKB HerathSrl v AusGalle2016
43MM AliEng v SAFThe Oval2017
44JJ BumrahInd v WinKingston2019
45Naseem ShahPak v BanRawalpindi2020
46KA MaharajSAF v WinGros Islet2021

Notes: Allom, Petherick and Fleming did the hat-trick on debut. The second Trumble and the Griffin hat-tricks were in the final Test of these players. The Walsh, Hughes and Lawson hat-tricks involved two innings. Matthews did the hat-trick in each innings. Petherick has the most expensive innings analysis of somebody doing the hat trick (3 for 103). Largest total to include a hat-trick is 537 by Pakistan at Rawalpindi, 1994-95. Least number of career Test wickets for a bowler doing a hat- trick is 6 by Alok Kapali. Zoysa’s hat-trick was from the first three balls he delivered in the Test Pathan took his hat-trick in the first over of the Test.

KA Maharaj became the fifth bowler to perform the hat trick against West Indies. The following table lists all these five bowlers

NoBowlerTeamOppGroundSeason
1DG CorkEngWinManchester1995
2GD McGrathAusWinPerth2000-01
3MJ HoggardEngWinBarbados2003-04
4JJ BumrahIndWinKingston2019
5KA MaharajSAFWinGros Islet2021

England wicketkeeper batsmen dismissed by first ball in a test innings

England wicketkeeper batsmen dismissed by first ball in a test innings

JR Bracey of England collected the first ball duck in England’s first innings against New Zealand in the ongoing test at Birmingham to provide the 23rd occasion of a England wicket keeper batsman dismissed by the first ball of a test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsBFITeamOppGroundStart Date
1AFA Lilley014EngAusMelbourne05 Mar 1904
2LEG Ames014EngAusAdelaide29 Jan 1937
3TG Evans011EngAusAdelaide31 Jan 1947
4TG Evans012EngSAFDurban16 Dec 1948
5TG Evans012EngAusLord’s25 Jun 1953
6R Swetman013EngWinTrinidad28 Jan 1960
7JT Murray011EngAusSydney11 Jan 1963
8JM Parks014EngWinLord’s16 Jun 1966
9RW Taylor012EngPakHyd-Pak02 Jan 1978
10PR Downton013EngAusLord’s27 Jun 1985
11PR Downton011EngAusNottingham11 Jul 1985
12AJ Stewart012EngIndKolkata29 Jan 1993
13RJ Blakey013EngIndMumbai19 Feb 1993
14AJ Stewart011EngSAFJo’burg25 Nov 1999
15AJ Stewart014EngAusBrisbane07 Nov 2002
16MJ Prior013EngWinManchester07 Jun 2007
17TR Ambrose012EngNZlLord’s15 May 2008
18MJ Prior011EngAusBrisbane25 Nov 2010
19MJ Prior011EngNZlLord’s16 May 2013
20MJ Prior013EngAusCh-le-St09 Aug 2013
21MJ Prior012EngAusBrisbane21 Nov 2013
22JM Bairstow014EngIndNottingham18 Aug 2018
23JR Bracey011EngNZlBirmingham10 Jun 2021

It also provides the sixth occasion of a wicket keeper batsman dismissed by the first ball of a test innings against New Zealand. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsBFITeamOppGroundStart Date
1JHB Waite011SAFNZlJo’burg24 Dec 1953
2SAR Silva013SrlNZlWellington11 Mar 1983
3TR Ambrose012EngNZlLord’s15 May2008
4Kamran Akmal013PakNZlWellington03 Dec 2009
5MJ Prior011EngNZlLord’s16 May2013
6JR Bracey011EngNZlBirmingham10 Jun 2021

It also provides the third occasion of a England wicket keeper batsman dismissed by the first ball of a test innings against New Zealand. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsBFITeamOppGroundStart Date
1TR Ambrose012EngNZlLord’s15 May 2008
2MJ Prior011EngNZlLord’s16 May 2013
3JR Bracey011EngNZlBirmingham10 Jun 2021
South African wicket keeper batsmen scoring centuries in a test innings.

South African wicket keeper batsmen scoring centuries in a test innings.

Q de Kock of South Africa scored 141 not out against West Indies in the just concluded test at Gros Islet against West Indies to provide the 28th occasion of a South African wicket keeper batsman scoring a century in a test innings against various oppositions. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1PW Sherwell1153SAFEngLord’s01 Jul 1907
2WW Wade1251SAFEngP Elizabeth05 Mar 1949
3JHB Waite1132SAFEngManchester07 Jul 1955
4JHB Waite1151SAFAusJo’burg23 Dec 1957
5JHB Waite1342SAFAusDurban24 Jan 1958
6JHB Waite1011SAFNZlJo’burg26 Dec 1961
7DT Lindsay1823SAFAusJo’burg23 Dec 1966
8DT Lindsay1371SAFAusDurban20 Jan 1967
9DT Lindsay1312SAFAusJo’burg03 Feb 1967
10DJ Richardson1092SAFNZlCape Town02 Jan 1995
11MV Boucher1001SAFWinCenturion15 Jan 1999
12MV Boucher1252SAFZimHarare11 Nov 1999
13MV Boucher1083SAFEngDurban26 Dec 1999
14MV Boucher122*1SAFWinCape Town02 Jan 2004
15MV Boucher1172SAFBanCenturion26 Nov 2008
16AB de Villiers1693SAFAusPerth30 Nov 2012
17AB de Villiers103*3SAFPakJo’burg01 Feb 2013
18AB de Villiers1211SAFPakCenturion22 Feb 2013
19AB de Villiers1642SAFPakDub-DSC23 Oct 2013
20AB de Villiers1034SAFIndJo’burg18 Dec 2013
21AB de Villiers1161SAFAusP Elizabeth20 Feb 2014
22AB de Villiers1482SAFWinCape Town02 Jan 2015
23Q de Kock129*1SAFEngCenturion22 Jan 2016
24Q de Kock1042SAFAusHobart12 Nov 2016
25Q de Kock1011SAFSrlCape Town02 Jan 2017
26Q de Kock1293SAFPakJo’burg11 Jan 2019
27Q de Kock1112SAFIndVizag02 Oct 2019
28Q de Kock141*2SAFWinGros Islet10 Jun 2021

It also provides the fourth occasion of a South African wicket keeper batsman scoring a century in a test innings against various West Indies. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1MV Boucher1001SAFWinCenturion15 Jan 1999
2MV Boucher122*1SAFWinCape Town02 Jan 2004
3AB de Villiers1482SAFWinCape Town02 Jan 2015
4Q de Kock141*2SAFWinGros Islet10 Jun 2021

It was Q de Kock’s sixth century in a test innings. He became the second South African batsman to score six or more centuries in test innings after AB de Villiers. AB de Villiers has centuries on seven occasions. The centuries scored by these two batsmen are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1AB de Villiers1693SAFAusPerth30 Nov 2012
2AB de Villiers103*3SAFPakJo’burg01 Feb 2013
3AB de Villiers1211SAFPakCenturion22 Feb 2013
4AB de Villiers1642SAFPakDub-DSC23 Oct 2013
5AB de Villiers1034SAFIndJo’burg18 Dec 2013
6AB de Villiers1161SAFAusP Elizabeth20 Feb 2014
7AB de Villiers1482SAFWinCape Town02 Jan 2015
        
1Q de Kock129*1SAFEngCenturion22 Jan 2016
2Q de Kock1042SAFAusHobart12 Nov 2016
3Q de Kock1011SAFSrlCape Town02 Jan 2017
4Q de Kock1293SAFPakJo’burg11 Jan 2019
5Q de Kock1112SAFIndVizag02 Oct 2019
6Q de Kock141*2SAFWinGros Islet10 Jun 2021

Q de Kock of South Africa scored 141 not out against West Indies in the just concluded test at Gros Islet against West Indies to provide the 32ne occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a century in a test innings against West Indies. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1LEG Ames1053EngWinPort of Spain01 Feb 1930
2LEG Ames1491EngWinKingston03 Apr 1930
3LEG Ames1262EngWinKingston14 Mar 1935
4TG Evans1041EngWinManchester08 Jun 1950
5VL Manjrekar1183IndWinKingston28 Mar 1953
6Imtiaz Ahmed1221PakWinKingston26 Feb 1958
7JM Parks101*3EngWinPort of Spain25 Mar 1960
8JT Murray1122EngWinThe Oval18 Aug 1966
9FM Engineer1091IndWinChennai13 Jan 1967
10APE Knott1162EngWinLeeds22 Jul 1976
11WB Phillips1201AusWinBridgetown30 Mar 1984
12AC Parore100*1NZlWinChristchurch03 Feb 1995
13IA Healy161*1AusWinBrisbane22 Nov 1996
14MV Boucher1001SAFWinCenturion15 Jan 1999
15A Flower113*2ZimWinPort of Spain16 Mar 2000
16AJ Stewart1052EngWinManchester03 Aug 2000
17KC Sangakkara1402SrlWinGalle13 Nov 2001
18Rashid Latif1501PakWinSharjah31 Jan 2002
19A Ratra115*1IndWinSt John’s10 May 2002
20AC Gilchrist101*1AusWinPort of Spain19 Apr 2003
21MV Boucher122*1SAFWinCape Town02 Jan 2004
22Khaled Mashud103*3BanWinGros Islet28 May 2004
23KC Sangakkara157*3SrlWinKandy22 Jul 2005
24MJ Prior126*1EngWinLord’s17 May 2007
25MJ Prior131*1EngWinPort of Spain06 Mar 2009
26MS Dhoni1441IndWinKolkata14 Nov 2011
27MS Wade1061AusWinRoseau23 Apr 2012
28Mushfiqur Rahim1163BanWinKingstown05 Sep 2014
29AB de Villiers1482SAFWinCape Town02 Jan 2015
30WP Saha1041IndWinGros Islet09 Aug 2016
31TA Blundell107*2NZlWinWellington01 Dec 2017
32Q de Kock141*2SAFWinGros Islet10 Jun 2021
South African captain openers dismissed for a duck in a test innings

South African captain openers dismissed for a duck in a test innings

D Elgar of South Africa was dismissed for a duck in first innings in the ongoing first test against South Africa to provide the 19th occasion of a South African captain opener dismissed for a duck in a test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1AR Richards03SAFEngCape Town21 Mar 1896
2LJ Tancred01SAFEngThe Oval12 Aug 1912
3LJ Tancred03SAFEngThe Oval12 Aug 1912
4HF Wade02SAFAusCape Town01 Jan 1936
5A Melville01SAFEngLeeds26 Jul 1947
6DJ McGlew02SAFEngNottingham07 Jul 1960
7KC Wessels02SAFIndP Elizabeth26 Dec 1992
8KC Wessels01SAFIndCape Town02 Jan 1993
9GC Smith03SAFNZlAuckland18 Mar 2004
10GC Smith01SAFIndKolkata28 Nov 2004
11GC Smith01SAFEngP Elizabeth17 Dec 2004
12GC Smith02SAFAusDurban24 Mar 2006
13GC Smith02SAFPakCenturion11 Jan 2007
14GC Smith03SAFEngThe Oval07 Aug 2008
15GC Smith02SAFAusJohannesburg26 Feb 2009
16GC Smith01SAFEngCenturion16 Dec 2009
17GC Smith04SAFAusAdelaide22 Nov 2012
18D Elgar02SAFWinGros Islet10 Jun 2021

It also provides the ninth occasion of a captain opener dismissed for a duck in a test innings against South Africa. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1MC Cowdrey03EngWinPort of Spain25 Mar 1960
2MH Denness03EngWinBridgetown06 Mar 1974
3SM Gavaskar02IndWinBengaluru15 Dec 1978
4MA Atherton03EngWinGeorgetown17 Mar 1994
5MA Atherton04EngWinPort of Spain25 Mar 1994
6MA Atherton01EngWinBirmingham06 Jul 1995
7MA Atherton02EngWinGeorgetown27 Feb 1998
8MP Vaughan02EngWinPort of Spain19 Mar 2004
9D Elgar02SAFWinGros Islet10 Jun 2021
West Indies dismissed for a total of less than 100 runs in a test innings.

West Indies dismissed for a total of less than 100 runs in a test innings.

West Indies was dismissed all out for 97 in its first innings in the ongoing first test against South Africa to provide the 19th occasion of West Indies  dismissed for a total of less than 100 runs in a test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamScoreOversIOppGroundStart Date
1Win9030.33AusSydney01 Jan 1931
2Win9950.01AusMelbourne13 Feb 1931
3Win9758.52EngLord’s24 Jun 1933
4Win7829.6×82AusSydney25 Jan 1952
5Win7745.14NZlAuckland09 Mar 1956
6Win8956.42EngThe Oval22 Aug 1957
7Win8641.03EngThe Oval22 Aug 1957
8Win7636.32PakDhaka06 Mar 1959
9Win9134.34EngBirmingham04 Jul 1963
10Win5325.34PakFaisalabad24 Oct 1986
11Win5119.14AusTrinidad05 Mar 1999
12Win9753.53NZlHamilton16 Dec 1999
13Win5426.43EngLord’s29 Jun 2000
14Win6126.23EngLeeds17 Aug 2000
15Win8249.11AusBrisbane23 Nov 2000
16Win4725.33EngKingston11 Mar 2004
17Win9442.13EngBridgetown01 Apr 2004
18Win9331.23SrlBridgetown23 Jun 2018
19Win9740.51SAFGros Islet10 Jun 2021

It also provides the 18th occasion of a team dismissed all out for a total of less than 100 runs in a test innings against South Africa. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamScoreOversIOppGroundStart Date
1Eng9248.0×51SAFCape Town01 Apr 1899
2Eng7636.31SAFLeeds29 Jul 1907
3Aus7528.4×82SAFDurban20 Jan 1950
4NZl7946.3×82SAFJohannesburg29 Jan 1954
5Eng9945.54SAFLord’s21 Jul 1994
6Ind6634.14SAFDurban26 Dec 1996
7Pak9237.34SAFFaisalabad24 Oct 1997
8Srl9538.41SAFCape Town02 Jan 2001
9Zin5431.21SAFCape Town04 Mar 2005
10Ind7620.01SAFAhmedabad03 Apr 2008
11Aus4718.03SAFCape Town09 Nov 2011
12NZl4519.21SAFCape Town02 Jan 2013
13Pak4929.12SAFJohannesburg01 Feb 2013
14Pak9936.41SAFDubai (DSC)23 Oct 2013
15Aus8532.51SAFHobart12 Nov 2016
16Ban9032.44SAFPotchefstroom28 Sep 2017
17Zim6830.12SAFP Elizabeth26 Dec 2017
18Win9740.51SAFGros Islet10 Jun 2021