Teams winning a T20I by wickets margin with exact two deliveries to spare

Teams winning a T20I by wickets margin with exact two deliveries to spare

Sri Lanka won the second T20I against India at Col-RPS on 28 Jul 2021 by four wickets with two deliveries to spare to provide the 37th occasion of a team winning a T20I by wickets margin with exact two deliveries to spare in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamMarginBROppGroundStart Date
1Ind8 wkts2AusMelbourne3 Feb 2012
2NZl5 wkts2ZimHamilton14 Feb 2012
3Afg4 wkts2NetDub-DSC14 Mar 2012
4Eng7 wkts2WinNottingham24 Jun 2012
5Pak2 wkts2RSACol-RPS28 Sep 2012
6Pak5 wkts2IndBengaluru25 Dec 2012
7Ind6 wkts2AusRajkot10 Oct 2013
8Aus5 wkts2RSADurban12 Mar 2014
9HKG2 wkts2BanChattogram20 Mar 2014
10Ind7 wkts2WinDhaka23 Mar 2014
11Win6 wkts2AusDhaka28 Mar 2014
12Pak2 wkts2ZimLahore24 May 2015
13Nep3 wkts2NetRotterdam03 Jul 2015
14RSA7 wkts2IndDharamsala02 Oct 2015
15HKG4 wkts2AfgAbu Dhabi28 Nov 2015
16Oman2 wkts2IreDharamsala09 Mar 2016
17Eng2 wkts2RSAMumbai18 Mar 2016
18Win3 wkts2RSANagpur25 Mar 2016
19Win7 wkts2IndMumbai31 Mar 2016
20Win4 wkts2EngKolkata03 Apr 2016
21Afg5 wkts2UAEDub-DSC16 Dec 2016
22Srl3 wkts2RSAJohannesburg22 Jan 2017
23Ban5 wkts2SrlCol-RPS10 Mar 2018
24Eng5 wkts2IndCardiff06 Jul 2018
25Pak6 wkts2NZlDub-DSC02 Nov 2018
26Ind6 wkts2AusSydney25 Nov 2018
27Aus7 wkts2IndBengaluru27 Feb 2019
28Qat4 wkts2MalSingapore27 Jul 2019
29UAE7 wkts2NetThe Hague08 Aug 2019
30Spain4 wkts2FinKerava18 Aug 2019
31NZl4 wkts2SrlPallekele03 Sep 2019
32Ban3 wkts2ZimDhaka13 Sep 2019
33Ind6 wkts2AusSydney06 Dec 2020
34Pak4 wkts2NZlNapier22 Dec 2020
35Lux5 wkts2AustVinor23 May 2021
36Eng3 wkts2PakManchester20 Jul 2021
37Srl4 wkts2IndCol-RPS28 Jul 2021

It also provides Sri Lanka’s second win by wickets margin with exact two deliveries to spare. Both the occasions are listed below

NoTeamMarginBROppGroundStart Date
1Srl3 wkts2RSAJohannesburg22 Jan 2017
2Srl4 wkts2IndCol-RPS28 Jul 2021

It also provides a team winning by wickets margin with exact two deliveries to spare against India.  All such occasions are listed below

NoTeamMarginBROppGroundStart Date
1Pak5 wkts2IndBengaluru25 Dec 2012
2RSA7 wkts2IndDharamsala02 Oct 2015
3Win7 wkts2IndMumbai31 Mar 2016
4Eng5 wkts2IndCardiff06 Jul 2018
5Aus7 wkts2IndBengaluru27 Feb 2019
6Srl4 wkts2IndCol-RPS28 Jul 2021
Opening batsman dismissed by the first ball of an innings in the history of Twenty20 internationals

Opening batsman dismissed by the first ball of an innings in the history of Twenty20 internationals

PP Shaw of India was dismissed by the first ball in the First T20I againt Sri Lanka at Col-RPS on 25 Jul 21 on his T20I debut providing the 14th occasion of an opening batsman collecting the first ball duck on his T20I debut. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsBFITeamOppGroundStart Date
1Mohd Qazi012CanBerBelfast05 Aug 2008
2C Zhuwao012ZimCanKing City-NW11 Oct 2008
3DM Richards012WinBanBasseterre02 Aug 2009
4JL Denly012EngAusManchester30 Aug 2009
5S Rahman012BanSrlPallekele31 Mar 2013
6Irfan Ahmed012HKGNepChattogram16 Mar 2014
7KL Rahul012IndZimHarare18 Jun 2016
8L Sreekumar012UAEPNGAbu Dhabi14 Apr 2017
9Varathappan012KuwQatDoha04 Jul 2019
10DE Burgess011SamPNGApia (No 1)08 Jul 2019
11Tariq Aziz011PorSpaCartagena25 Oct 2019
12E Shahbakhsh011IranUAEAl Amerat23 Feb 2020
13FH Allen011NZllBanHamilton28 Mar 2021
14PP Shaw011IndSrlCol-RPS25 Jul 2021

It also provides the second occasion of an Indian opening batsman collecting the first ball duck on his T20I debut. KL Rahul is the other Indian batsman. He was dismissed by first ball for a duck on his T20 debut against Zimbabwe at Harare on 18.06.16.

NoPlayerRunsBFITeamOppGroundStart Date
1KL Rahul012IndZimHarare18 Jun 2016
2PP Shaw011IndSrlCol-RPS25 Jul 2021

It also provides the second occasion of an opening batsman collecting the first ball duck on his T20I debut against Sri Lanka. The other opening batsman to suffer such an ignominy is Shamsur Rahman of Bangladesh. He was dismissed for a duck at Pallekkele on 31 Mar 2013. PP Shaw became the first Indian opening batsman to collect the first ball duck on his T20I debut against Sri Lanka.

NoPlayerRunsBFITeamOppGroundStart Date
1S Rahman012BanSrlPallekele31 Mar 2013
2PP Shaw011IndSrlCol-RPS25 Jul 2021

PP Shaw of India was dismissed by the first ball in the First T20I againt Sri Lanka at Col-RPS on 25 Jul 21 on his T20I debut providing the fifth occasion of an opening batsman collecting the first ball duck on his T20I debut in a T20I. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsBFITeamOppGroundStart Date
1DE Burgess011SamPNGApia (No 1)08 Jul 2019
2Tariq Aziz011PorSpaCartagena25 Oct 2019
3E Shahbakhsh011IranUAEAl Amerat23 Feb 2020
4FH Allen011NZllBanHamilton28 Mar 2021
5PP Shaw011IndSrlCol-RPS25 Jul 2021
SR Tendulkar of India owns the record for scoring most nineties in one day internationals

SR Tendulkar of India owns the record for scoring most nineties in one day internationals

SR Tendulkar of India owns the record for scoring most nineties in one day internationals. He has scored nineties on 18 occasions. All such occasions are tabulated below. He is the only batsman in the history of one day internationals to score nineties on ten or more occasions.

NoRunsIOppositionGroundStart Date
1902v AustraliaMumbai27 Feb 1996
2912v EnglandSharjah11 Dec 1997
3952v PakistanDhaka14 Jan 1998
4932v PakistanHobart21 Jan 2000
5932v South AfricaNagpur19 Mar 2000
6932v Sri LankaDhaka01 Jun 2000
7982v PakistanCenturion01 Mar 2003
8971v Sri LankaJohannesburg10 Mar 2003
9931v Sri LankaNagpur25 Oct 2005
10952v PakistanLahore13 Feb 2006
11991v South AfricaBelfast26 Jun 2007
12932v South AfricaBelfast29 Jun 2007
13991v EnglandBristol24 Aug 2007
14942v EnglandThe Oval05 Sep 2007
15991v PakistanMohali08 Nov 2007
16972v PakistanGwalior15 Nov 2007
17911v AustraliaBrisbane04 Mar 2008
1896*2v Sri LankaCuttack21 Dec 2009
Stats highlights of the first T20I between Sri Lanka and India at Col-RPS on 25 Jul 2021

Stats highlights of the first T20I between Sri Lanka and India at Col-RPS on 25 Jul 2021

India capped PP Shaw and V Chakravarthy for this game to provide the  86th and 87th cricketers to represent India in T20Is. They became the  ninth and tenth Indian cricketers to make their T20I against Sri Lanka.

PP Shaw was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 147th occasion of a batsman scoring a duck on his T20I debut. It also provides the third occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a duck on his T20I debut. Others are – MS Dhoni and KL Rahul. MS Dhoni was dismissed for a duck on his T20 debut against South Africa at Johannesburg on 01.12.06, while KL Rahul  was dismissed for a duck on his T20 debut against Zimbabwe at Harare on 18.06.16.  It also provides the eighth occasion of a batsman scoring a duck on his T20I debut against Sri Lanka. PP Shaw became  the first Indian batsman to collect the duck on his T20I debut against Sri Lanka

It also provides the 35th occasion of an opening batsman scoring a duck on his T20I debut. It also provides the second occasion of an Indian opening batsman scoring a duck on his T20I debut. KL Rahul is the other Indian batsman. It also provides the eighth occasion of a batsman scoring a duck on his T20I debut against Sri Lanka. It also provides the second occasion of an opening batsman scoring a duck on his T20I debut against Sri Lanka. The other opening batsman to suffer such an ignominy is Shamsur Rahman of Bangladesh. He was dismissed for a duck at Pallekkele on 31 Mar 2013

PP Shaw collected the first ball duck in this game to provide the 67th occasion of a batsman collecting a duck on his T20I debut. It also provides the second occasion of an Indian batsman collecting the first ball duck on his T20I debut. KL Rahul was the other batsman. He was dismissed for a duck on his T20 debut against Zimbabwe at Harare on 18.06.16.  It also provides the sixth occasion of a batsman collecting the first ball duck on his T20I debut against Sri Lanka. PP Shaw became the first Indian batsman to collect the first ball duck on his T20I debut against Sri Lanka

It also provides the 14th occasion of an opening batsman collecting the first ball duck on his T20I debut. It also provides the second occasion of an Indian opening batsman collecting  the first ball duck on his T20I debut. KL Rahul is the other Indian batsman. He was dismissed by first ball for a duck on his T20 debut against Zimbabwe at Harare on 18.06.16. It also provides the second occasion of an opening batsman collecting the first ball duck on his T20I debut against Sri Lanka. The other opening batsman to suffer such an ignominy is Shamsur Rahman of Bangladesh. He was dismissed for a duck at Pallekkele on 31 Mar 2013. PP Shaw became the first Indian opening batsman to collect the first ball duck on his T20I debut against Sri Lanka.

SA Yadav scored 50 in this game to provide the 120th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a fifty in T20Is. It also provides the 17th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a fifty in T20Is against Sri Lanka

SA Yadav scored 50 in this game to provide the 78th occasion of a batsman scoring exact fifty or exact unbeaten fifty in T20Is. It also provides the tenth occasion of an Indian batsman scoring exact fifty or exact unbeaten fifty in T20Is.

SA Yadav scored 50 in this game to provide the seventh occasion of a batsman scoring exact fifty or exact unbeaten fifty in T20Is against Sri Lanka. It also provides the first occasion of an Indian batsman scoring exact fifty or exact unbeaten fifty in T20Is against Sri Lanka.

SA Yadav scored 50 in this game to provide the 62nd occasion of a batsman dismissed for exact fifty in T20Is. It also provides the eighth occasion of an Indian batsman dismissed for exact fifty in T20Is.

SA Yadav scored 50 in this game to provide the sixth occasion of a batsman dismissed for exact fifty in T20Is against Sri Lanka. It also provides the first occasion of an Indian batsman dismissed for exact fifty in T20Is against Sri Lanka.

MD Shanaka was dismissed stumped for 16 in this game to provide the 68th occasion of a captain dismissed stumped in the history of T20Is. It also provides the fifth occasion of a captain dismissed stumped in the history of T20Is against India

MD Shanaka was dismissed stumped for 16 in this game to provide the eighth occasion of a Sri Lankan captain dismissed stumped in the history of T20Is. It also provides the third occasion of a Sri Lankan captain dismissed stumped in the history of T20Is against India

MD Shanaka became the 49th captain to be dismissed stumped in the history of T20Is. He also became the fifth Sri Lankan captain to be dismissed stumped in the history of T20Is.

He became the fifth captain to be dismissed stumped in the history of T20Is against India. He also became the third Sri Lankan captain to be dismissed stumped in the history of T20Is against India.

B Kumar returned with figures of 4 for 22 in this game to provide the 293rd occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the history of T20Is. It also provides the 19th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the history of T20Is.

B Kumar returned with figures of 4 for 22 in this game to provide the 242nd occasion of a bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in the history of T20Is. It also provides the 15th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in the history of T20Is.

B Kumar returned with figures of 4 for 22 in this game to provide the 21st occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the history of T20Is against Sri Lanka. It also provides the sixth occasion of an Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in the history of T20Is against Sri Lanka.

B Kumar returned with figures of 4 for 22 in this game to provide the 20th  occasion of a bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in the history of T20Is against Sri Lanka It also provides the sixth occasion of an Indian bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in the history of T20Is against Sri Lanka.

Sri Lanka was dismissed all out for 126 in this game to provide the 28th occasion of Sri Lanka dismissed all out in an innings in
T20Is. It also provides the sixth occasion of Sri Lanka dismissed all out in an innings in T20Is against India.

Sri Lanka was dismissed all out for 126 in this game to provide the 18th occasion of Sri Lanka dismissed all out in an innings in
T20Is while batting second. It also provides the fifth occasion of Sri Lanka dismissed all out in an innings in T20Is against India while batting second.

Sri Lanka lost this game to provide its 71st loss in T20Is. It also provides its 14th loss against India.

India won this game to provide its 89th win in T20Is. It also provides its 14th win against Sri Lanka

Head to Head Result summary between these two teams at the end of this  game read as under

TeamSpanMWLTNR
India2009-202120140501
Sri Lanka2009-202120051401

S Dhawan became the 226th captain to lead a team in the history of T20Is. He became the seventh captain to lead India in T20Is. He also became the fourth Indian captain to lead India against Sri Lanka after MS Dhoni, V Kohli and RG Sharma. MD Shanaka became the ninth Sri Lankan captain to lead Sri Lanka against India in T20Is. Others are – TM Dilshan, KC Sangakkara, DPMD Jayawardene, SL Malinga, LD Chandimal, AD Matthews, WU Tharanga and NLTC Perera.

Abhimanyu Mithun’s feat

Abhimanyu Mithun’s feat

A Mithun of Karnataka is the only bowler in the history of cricket to perform the hat trick in all the three forms of Cricket, namely, First Class, List A and Twenty20 games.

He performed the feat on his first class debut in the Ranji Trophy against Uttar Pradesh at Meerut in 2009/10 season. His feat in List A games came in the 2019/20 season against Tamil Nadu at Bangalore and his Twenty20 games hat trick was against Haryana at Surat

CategoryBowlerOppVenueSeasonTrophy
First ClassA Mithun†U PMeerut2009/10Ranji Trophy
List AA MithunT NBangalore2019/20Vijay Hazare
Twenty20A MithunHarSurat2019/20Syed M Ali

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Stats highlights of second and third one day international between Sri Lanka and India

Stats highlights of second and third one day international between Sri Lanka and India

Second one day Sri Lanka vs India at Colombo RPS on 20 Jul 2021

India won this game by three wickets to provide its 93rd win against Sri Lanka on one day internationals. India now holds the record for winning most games against Sri Lanka one day internationals. Pakistan has won 92 games against Sri Lanka and Australia has won 92 games against New Zealand

India’s 93 wins against Sri Lanka constitutes a world record for a team winning most games against an opposition in one day internationals.

Sri Lanka lost this game to provide its 430th loss in One day internationals. Sri Lanka owns the record for losing most one day internationals. India is close behind as it has lost 428 one day internationals

D Chahar scored 69 not out in this game to provide the highest individual score by an Indian batsman batting at number eight in India’s winning one day internationals. The previous record was credited to AB Agarkar who had scored 67 not out against Zimbabwe at Rajkot on 14.12.2000

D Chahar scored 69 not out in this game to provide the second highest individual score by an Indian batsman batting at number eight in India’s one day internationals. R Jadeja’s 77 against New Zealand at Manchester on 09 Jul 2019 remains the highest individual innings by an Indian batsman batting at number eight.

D Chahar’s 69 not out in this game to provide the tenth occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a fifty while batting at number eight. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1RA Jadeja772NZlManchester09 Jul 2019
2DL Chahar69*2SrlCol-RPS20 Jul 2021
3AB Agarkar67*1ZimRajkot14 Dec 2000
4RA Jadeja66*2NZlAuckland25 Jan 2014
5IK Pathan642PakJamshedpur09 Apr 2005
6SB Joshi61*2NZlGuwahati14 Nov 1999
7RA Jadeja60*2SrlCol-RPS08 Feb 2009
8N Kapil Dev601EngLeeds2 Jun 1982
9SS Karim552RSABloemfontein23 Jan 1997
10AB Agarkar531AusMelbourne06 Feb 2004

D Chahar’s 69 not out in this game to provide the second occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a fifty while batting at number eight against Sri Lanka. Both such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1DL Chahar69*2SrlCol-RPS20 Jul 2021
2RA Jadeja60*2SrlCol-RPS08 Feb 2009

D Chahar’s 69 not out in this game to provide the eleventh occasion of an batsman scoring a fifty while batting at number eight against Sri Lanka. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1CR Woakes95*2EngSrlNottingham21 Jun 2016
2Wasim Akram792PakSrlVizag27 Mar 1999
3AR McBrine792IreSrlDublin-M18 Jun 2016
4MV Boucher702RSASrlTangier21 Aug 2002
5DL Chahar69*2IndSrlCol-RPS20 Jul 2021
6L Klusener60*1RSASrlBenoni01 Dec 2002
7RA Jadeja60*2IndSrlCol-RPS08 Feb 2009
8Sabbir Rahman532BanSrlMelbourne26 Feb 2015
9Shadab Khan52*1PakSrlAbu Dhabi16 Oct 2017
10MH Miraz512BanSrlCol-SSC01 Apr 2017
11FA Allen512WinSrlCh-le-St01 Jul 2019

D Chahar and B Kumar added 84 runs in an unfinished stand for the second wicket in this game to provide the second best stand  for the eighth wicket by Indian batsmen in one day internationals. The best stand is 100 runs unfinished stand between MS Dhoni and B Kumar, also against Sri Lanka at Pallekkele on 20 Aug 2017

PartnersWktRunsIOppGroundStart Date
MS Dhoni, B Kumar8100*2SrlPallekele24 Aug 2017
DL Chahar, B Kumar884*2SrlColombo (RPS)20 Jul 2021

Third one day Sri Lanka vs India at Colombo RPS on 23 Jul 2021

India capped five cricketers for the third one day game against Sri Lanka on 23 Jul 2021 to provide the 38th occasion of a team capping five or more cricketers in the history of one day internationals. The list does not include team’s first game in one day internationals in which eleven cricketers had made their one day game. However the South African team which made its one day debut against India at Kolkata on 10 Nov 1991 is included in the list. Ten South Africa cricketers made their one day debut in this game.

India became the second team to have five or more cricketers making their one day debut against Sri Lanka after Netherlands. It also provides the third occasion of team capping five or more cricketers against Sri Lanka. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamOppGroundPlayersStart Date
1NetSrlCol-RPS0716 Sep 2002
2NetSrlAmstelveen0604 Jul 2006
3IndSrlCol-RPS0523 Jul 2021

India lost this game to provide its 429th loss in one day internationals. India now stands second in the list of teams which have lost most one day internationals. Sri Lanka occupies the first place with 430 losses.

Indian one day debutants swelled to 241 with five cricketers making their one day debut in this game. Of these 241 cricketers, 36 have made their one day debut against Sri Lanka.

RD Chahar returned with figures of 3 for 54 in this game to provide the 17th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing exact three wickets in an innings on their debut in one day internationals. It also provides the first such occasion against Sri Lanka.

MD Shanaka collected the first ball duck in this game to provide the 138th occasion of a captain collecting the first ball duck in the history of one day games. It also provides the 16th occasion of a Sri Lankan captain collecting the first ball duck in one day internationals.

It also provides the fifteenth occasion of a captain collecting the first ball duck in one day internationals against India. It also provides the fifth occasion of a Sri Lankan captain collecting the first ball duck in one day internationals against India.

AV Fernando scored 76 in this game to provide the 64th occasion of a Sri Lankan opener scoring a fifty against India in one day internationals. It also provides 32nd occasion of a Sri Lankan opener scoring a fifty against India in one day internationals on home soil. It also provides the 23rd occasion of a Sri Lankan opener scoring a fifty against India in one day internationals at Colombo-RPS.

AV Fernando-PBB Rajapaksha added 109 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 289th occasion of Sri Lankan batsmen posting a three figure partnership for various wickets in one day internationals. It also provides the 80th occasion of Sri Lankan batsmen posting a three figure partnership for second wicket in one day internationals.

It also provides the 62nd occasion of Sri Lankan batsmen posting a three figure partnership for various wickets in one day internationals against India. It also provides the 14th occasion of Sri Lankan batsmen posting a three figure partnership for second wicket in one day internationals against India.

PBB Rajapaksha scored 65 in this game to provide the 43rd occasion of a Sri Lankan batsman batting at number three scoring a fifty in an innings against India in one day internationals. It also provides the 17th occasion of a Sri Lankan batsman batting at number three scoring a fifty in an innings against India in one day internationals on home soil.

India was dismissed all out for 225 in this game to provide the 31st occasion of India dismissed all out against Sri Lanka in one day internationals. It also provides the 14th occasion of India dismissed all out against Sri Lanka in Sri Lanka in one day internationals.

Head to head result between the two teams at the end of this series read thus

TeamSpanMWLTiNR
India1979-20211629357111
Sri Lanka1979-20211625793111
Five or more cricketers making their debut in one day internationals

Five or more cricketers making their debut in one day internationals

India capped five cricketers for the third one day game against Sri Lanka on 23 Jul 2021 to provide the 38th occasion of a team capping five or more cricketers in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below. The list does not include team’s first game in one day internationals in which eleven cricketers had made their one day game. However the South African team which made its one day debut against India at Kolkata on 10 Nov 1991 is included in the list. Ten South Africa cricketers made their one day debut

NoTeamOppGroundPlayersStart Date
1EngAusManchester0524 Aug 1972
2AusEngManchester0524 Aug 1972
3EngWinLeeds0605 Sep 1973
4AusNZlDunedin0530 Mar 1974
5EngWinScarborough0526 Aug 1976
6AusEngManchester0502 Jun 1977
7PakEngSahiwal0523 Dec 1977
8AusWinSt John’s0922 Feb 1978
9WinAusSt John’s0522 Feb 1978
10WinAusCastries0612 Apr 1978
11IndAusMelbourne0506 Dec 1980
12SrlPakKandy0502 Mar 1986
13BanIndChattogram0627 Oct 1988
14RSAIndKolkata1010 Nov 1991
15BanIndSharjah0505 Apr 1995
16EngPakManchester0529 Aug 1996
17NetSrlCol-RPS0716 Sep 2002
18NZlPakLahore0629 Nov 2003
19USANZlThe Oval1010 Sep 2004
20CanZimPort of Spain0716 May 2006
21ScoPakEdinburgh0827 Jun 2006
22NetSrlAmstelveen0604 Jul 2006
23CanKenNairobi-G0618 Oct 2007
24UAEBanLahore0824 Jun 2008
25HKGPakKarachi0724 Jun 2008
26IreNZlAberdeen0501 Jul 2008
27UAEScoLincoln0701 Feb 2014
28HKGAfgKuala Lumpur0701 May 2014
29UAEAfgKuala Lumpur0502 May 2014
30PNGHKGTownsville1008 Nov 2014
31UAEHKGICCA Dubai0616 Nov 2015
32UAEScoDubai -DSC0524 Jan 2017
33NetNepAmstelveen0501 Aug 2018
34USAPNGWindhoek1027 Apr 2019
35UAEUSASharjah0608 Dec 2019
36WinBanDhaka0620 Jan 2021
37EngPakCardiff0508 Jul 2021
38IndSrlCol-RPS0523 Jul 2021

India became the second team to have five or more cricketers making their one day debut against Sri Lanka after Netherlands. It also provides the third occasion of team capping five or more cricketers against Sri Lanka. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamOppGroundPlayersStart Date
1NetSrlCol-RPS0716 Sep 2002
2NetSrlAmstelveen0604 Jul 2006
3IndSrlCol-RPS0523 Jul 2021