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    High % of runs in a T20I inns

    List of batsmen who batting second scored at least 50% as many runs as the side batting first in a Twenty20 International match. The sides batting first and their totals are listed SECOND.
    Code:
    [B]  %    Sc[/B]
    71.79  56* BB McCullum  NZ  v BD  (79)    Hamilton     Feb  3, 2010
    59.35  79* ML Hayden    Aus v BD  (123-8) Cape Town    Sep  6, 2007
    58.17  89* JM Kemp      SAf v NZ  (153-8) Durban       Sep 19, 2007
    57.43  58* ML Hayden    Aus v SL  (101)   Cape Town    Sep 20, 2007
    55.04  71* GC Smith     SAf v Pak (129-8) Johannesburg Feb  2, 2007
    54.63  59* Kamran Akmal Pak v Aus (108)   Dubai        May  7, 2009
    52.07  88  CH Gayle     WI  v Aus (169-7) The Oval     Jun  6, 2009
    51.35  57* JH Kallis    SAf v Eng (111)   Nottingham   Jun 11, 2009
    50.94  54  RR Watson    Sco v Ken (106-9) Belfast      Aug  4, 2008
    50.39  64  Kamran Akmal Pak v Aus (127)   Melbourne    Feb  5, 2010
    50.00  37* MJ Clarke    Aus v Ind (74)    Melbourne    Feb  1, 2008
    Batsmen scoring at least 60% of their sides’ runs in a Twenty20 International innings:
    Code:
    [B]  %    Sc  Total[/B]
    82.26  51*  62-1  ST Jayasuriya  SL  v NZ  Wellington  Dec 22, 2006
    71.79  56*  79-0  BB McCullum    NZ  v BD  Hamilton    Feb  3, 2010
    62.38  63* 101ao  CH Gayle       WI  v SL  The Oval    Jun 19, 2009
    60.76  96* 158-5  TM Dilshan     SL  v WI  The Oval    Jun 19, 2009
    60.00  78  130    J-P Duminy     SAf v Aus Melbourne   Jan 11, 2009 
     
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    List of batsmen who have opened an innings with at least 15 different partners (Ps) in their Limited-overs International careers. The total number of innings (Inn) opened in the career is in the second column. The numbers in the parentheses indicate the most frequent partner and how often they opened an innings together.

    Code:
    [B]Ps  Inn[/B]
    [B]23  135  JG WRIGHT (NZ)[/B]
             RW Anderson, TE Blain, JG Bracewell, JJ Crowe, MD Crowe,
             BA Edgar (43), MJ Greatbatch, RT Hart, BR Hartland,
             PA Horne, GP Howarth, AH Jones, RT Latham, PE McEwan,
             EB McSweeney, JM Parker, AC Parore, RB Reid,
             KR Rutherford, MC Snedden, GM Turner, RH Vance and
             PN Webb
    
    [B]22  220  SAEED ANWAR (Pak)[/B]
             Aamir Sohail (73), Abdul Razzaq, Asif Mujtaba,
             Azhar Mahmood, Ijaz Ahmed, Imran Farhat, Imran Nazir,
             Javed Miandad, Mohammad Wasim, Moin-ul-Atiq, Rameez Raja,
             Salim Elahi, Salim Yousuf, Shahid Afridi, Shahid Anwar,
             Shahid Saeed, Shoaib Malik, Shoaib Mohammad, Taufeeq Umar,
             Wajahatullah Wasti, Zahid Fazal and Zahoor Elahi
    
    [B]21  139  GW FLOWER (Zim)[/B]
             KJ Arnott, ADR Campbell, SV Carlisle, MH Dekker,
             DD Ebrahim, CN Evans, A Flower (33), TJ Friend,
             TR Gripper, DL Houghton, NC Johnson, DA Marillier,
             GJ Rennie, BG Rogers, AH Shah, V Sibanda, PA Strang,
             T Taibu, M Vermeulen and CB Wishart
    
    [B]19  176  G KIRSTEN (SAf)[/B]
             AM Bacher, MV Boucher, DJ Callaghan, WJ Cronje,
             DJ Cullinan, HH Dippenaar, HH Gibbs (66), AJ Hall,
             AC Hudson, JH Kallis, PN Kirsten, L Klusener,
             GFJ Liebenberg, SJ Palframan, DJ Richardson, MJR Rindell,
             GC Smith, RP Snell and KC Wessels
    
    [B]19  317  SR TENDULKAR (Ind)[/B]
             RS Dravid, G Gambhir, SC Ganguly (136), AD Jadeja,
             W Jaffer, KD Karthik, VVS Laxman, SV Manjrekar, NR Mongia,
             PA Patel, M Prabhakar, WV Raman, S Ramesh, V Rathour,
             V Sehwag, NS Sidhu, S Somasunder, S Sriram and RV Uthappa
    
    [B]18  125  RAMEEZ RAJA (Pak)[/B]
             Aamer Malik, Aamir Sohail (73), Ghulam Ali, Ijaz Ahmed,
             Inzamam-ul-Haq, Javed Miandad, Mansoor Akhtar,
             Moin-ul-Atiq, Mudassar Nazar, Saeed Anwar, Sajid Ali,
             Salim Elahi, Salim Yousuf, Shahid Afridi, Shahid Saeed,
             Shoaib Mohammad, Younis Ahmed and Zahid Fazal
    [B]
    18  145  SHAHID AFRIDI (Pak)[/B]
             Aamir Sohail, Ijaz Ahmed, Imran Farhat, Imran Nazir,
             Inzamam-ul-Haq, Kamran Akmal, Mohammad Hafeez, Naved Latif,
             Rameez Raja, Saeed Anwar (63)), Sajid Ali, Salim Elahi,
             Salman Butt, Shoaib Malik, Taufeeq Umar,
             Wajahatullah Wasti, Yasir Hameed and Zahoor Elahi
    
    [B]17  183  CH GAYLE (WI)[/B]
             DJ Bravo, SL Campbell, S Chanderpaul (43), S Chattergoon,
             WW Hinds, D Ganga, LV Garrick, AFG Griffith, BC Lara,
             XM Marshall, RS Morton, RL Powell, MN Samuels, RR Sarwan,
             LMP Simmons, DR Smith and DS Smith
    
    [B]17  187  NJ ASTLE (NZ)[/B]
             MD Bell, CL Cairns, SP Fleming (41), PG Fulton,
             MJ Greatbatch, MN Hart, MJ Horne, JM How, LG Howell,
             BB McCullum, CJ Nevin, AC Parore, MS Sinclair, CM Spearman,
             DL Vettori, L Vincent and BA Young
    
    [B]17  237  SC GANGULY (Ind)[/B]
             RS Dravid, G Gambhir, DJ Gandhi, AD Jadeja, SS Karim,
             GK Khoda, VVS Laxman, D Mongia, PA Patel, MSK Prasad,
             S Ramesh, V Sehwag, Y Venugopal Rao, NS Sidhu,
             SR Tendulkar (136), RV Uthappa and Yuvraj Singh
    [B]
    16  145  K SRIKKANTH (Ind)[/B]
             Arun Lal, RMH Binny, VB Chandrasekhar, AD Gaekwad,
             SM Gavaskar (55), AD Jadeja, Kapil Dev, R Lamba,
             SV Manjrekar, GA Parkar, M Prabhakar, WV Raman, LS Rajput,
             RJ Shastri, NS Sidhu and DB Vengsarkar
    [B]
    15   99  GA GOOCH (Eng)[/B]
             MA Atherton, CWJ Athey, MR Benson, IT Botham, JM Brearley,
             BC Broad, G Boycott, G Cook, G Fowler, DI Gower, GA Hick,
             W Larkins (15), RT Robinson, RS Smith and AJ Stewart
    
    [B]15   82  SL CAMPBELL (WI)[/B]
             CO Browne, S Chanderpaul, D Ganga, CH Gayle, AFG Griffith,
             WW Hinds, CL Hooper, RD Jacobs (18), BC Lara,
             RB Richardson, RG Samuels, PV Simmons, JR Murray,
             PA Wallace and SC Williams
    
    [B]15   83  SM GAVASKAR (Ind)[/B]
             Arun Lal, RMH Binny, CPS Chauhan, FM Engineer, AD Gaekwad,
             R Lamba, SS Naik, GA Parkar, M Prabhakar, LS Rajput,
             ED Solkar, K Srikkanth (55), RJ Shastri, TE Srinavasan
             and DB Vengsarkar
    [B]
    15  380  ST JAYASURIYA (SL)[/B]
             MS Atapattu, PA de Silva, TM Dilshan, DA Gunawardene,
             AP Gurusinha, UC Hathurusinghe, S Jayantha,
             RS Kaluwitharana (105), RS Mahanama, J Mubarak, MDK Perera,
             S Ranatunga, KC Sangakkara, WU Tharanga and BSM Warnapura
    [B]
    ‘Best’ for other countries:
    13  148  ML HAYDEN (Aus)[/B]
             DC Boon, MJ Clarke, AC Gilchrist (115), BJ Haddin,
             PA Jaques, SM Katich, DS Lehmann, JP Maher, DR Martyn,
             MJ Slater, MA Taylor, SR Watson and ME Waugh
    
    [B]13   57  JAVED OMAR (BD)[/B]
             Aftab Ahmed, Al Sahariar, Athar Ali Khan, Habibul Bashar,
             Hannan Sarkar, Mehrab Hossain, Mohammad Ashraful,
             Mohammad Rafique, Nafis Iqbal, Rafiqul Islam,
             Shahriar Hossain, Shahriar Nafees (15) and Tamim Iqbal
    
    [B] 9   85  KO OBUYO (Ken)[/B]
             D Chudasama, SK Gupta, A Obanda, CO Obuyo, DO Obuyo,
             MA Ouma, BJ Patel, RD Shah (38) and SR Waters
     
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    List of players who have appeared in Test matches with others who were born after their Test debuts (you know what I mean). The dates in the parentheses are the dates of birth. When the players have appeared together more than once, only the first instance is listed.

    Code:
    [B]DB CLOSE (Eng); Test Debut - Jul 23, 1949[/B]
    Opponents-WW Daniels     (Jan 16, 1956)  v WI   Nottingham    1976
              HA Gomes       (Jul 13, 1953)  v WI   Nottingham    1976
              CG Greenidge   (May  1, 1951)  v WI   Nottingham    1976
              MA Holding     (Feb 16, 1954)  v WI   Lord's        1976
              BD Julien      (Mar 13, 1950)  v WI   Nottingham    1976
              CL King        (Jun 11, 1951)  v WI   Manchester    1976
              IVA Richards   (May  7, 1952)  v WI   Nottingham    1976
              AME Roberts    (Jan 29, 1954)  v WI   Nottingham    1976
    
    [B]G GUNN (Eng); Test Debut - Dec 13, 1907[/B]
    Teammate -W Voce         (Aug  8, 1909)  v WI   Bridgetown    1929-30
    Opponents-I Barrow       (Jan  6, 1911)  v WI   Kingston      1929-30
              GA Headley     (May 30, 1909)  v WI   Bridgetown    1929-30
              JED Sealy      (Sep 11, 1912)  v WI   Bridgetown    1929-30
    
    [B]JB HOBBS (Eng); Test Debut - Jan 1, 1908[/B]
    Teammate -IAR Peebles    (Jan 20, 1908)  v Aus  Manchester    1930
    Opponents-DG Bradman     (Aug 27, 1908)  v Aus  Brisbane      1928-29
              AA Jackson     (Sep  5, 1909)  v Aus  Adelaide      1928-29
              SJ McCabe      (Jul 16, 1910)  v Aus  Nottingham    1930
              B Mitchell     (Jan  8, 1909)  v SAf  The Oval      1929
              HG Owen-Smith  (Feb 18, 1909)  v SAf  The Oval      1929
              NA Quinn       (Feb 21, 1908)  v SAf  The Oval      1929
    [B]
    W RHODES (Eng); Test Debut - Jun 1, 1899[/B]
    Teammates-LEG Ames       (Dec  3, 1905)  v WI   Bridgetown    1929-30
              APF Chapman    (Sep  3, 1900)  v Aus  The Oval      1926
              H Larwood      (Nov 14, 1904)  v Aus  The Oval      1926
              GTS Stevens    (Jan  7, 1901)  v Aus  The Oval      1926
              LF Townsend    (Jun  8, 1903)  v WI   Georgetown    1929-30
              W Voce         (Aug  8, 1909)  v WI   Bridgetown    1929-30
              RES Wyatt      (May  2, 1901)  v WI   Georgetown    1929-30
    Opponents-EE Achong      (Feb 16, 1904)  v WI   Port-of-Spain 1929-30
              I Barrow       (Jan  6, 1911)  v WI   Kingston      1929-30
              LN Constantine (Sep 21, 1901)  v WI   Bridgetown    1929-30
              OC da Costa    (Sep 11, 1907)  v WI   Kingston      1929-30
              FI de Caires   (May 12, 1909)  v WI   Bridgetown    1929-30
              G Gladstone    (Jan 14, 1901)  v WI   Kingston      1929-30
              MG Grell       (Dec 18, 1899)  v WI   Port-of-Spain 1929-30
              GA Headley     (May 30, 1909)  v WI   Bridgetown    1929-30
              EAC Hunte      (Oct  3, 1905)  v WI   Bridgetown    1929-30
              CEL Jones      (Nov  3, 1902)  v WI   Georgetown    1929-30
              CC Passailaigue(Aug  7, 1902)  v WI   Kingston      1929-30
              WH Ponsford    (Oct 19, 1900)  v Aus  The Oval      1926
              CA Roach       (Mar 13, 1904)  v WI   Bridgetown    1929-30
              EL St Hill     (Mar  9, 1904)  v WI   Bridgetown    1929-30
              JED Sealy      (Sep 11, 1912)  v WI   Bridgetown    1929-30
              CV Wright      (Jul 28, 1902)  v WI   Georgetown    1929-30
    
    [B]FE WOOLLEY (Eng); Test Debut - Aug 9, 1909[/B]
    Teammate -FR Brown       (Dec 16, 1910)  v Ind  Lord's        1929
    Opponents-L Amar Singh   (Dec  4, 1910)  v Ind  Lord's        1929
              WA Brown       (Jul 31, 1912)  v Aus  The Oval      1934
              M Jahangir Khan(Feb  1, 1910   v Ind  Lord's        1929
              JL Kerr        (Dec 28, 1910)  v NZ   Lord's        1931
              Lall Singh     (Dec 16, 1909)  v Ind  Lord's        1929
              SJ McCabe      (Jul 16, 1910)  v Aus  Nottingham    1930
              M Nissar       (Aug  1, 1910)  v Ind  Lord's        1929
              PE Palia       (Sep  5, 1910)  v Ind  Lord's        1929
    
    [B]SE GREGORY (Aus); Test Debut - Jul 21, 1890[/B]
    Opponent -JW Hearne      (Feb 11, 1891)  v Eng  Sydney        1911-12
    
    [B]GA HEADLEY (WI); Test Debut - Jan 11, 1930[/B]
    Teammate -AL Valentine   (Apr 29, 1930)  v Eng  Kingston      1953-54
    Opponents-AE Moss        (Nov 14, 1930)  v Eng  Kingston      1953-54
              JB Statham     (Jun 17, 1930)  v Eng  Kingston      1953-54
              FR Trueman     (Feb  6, 1931)  v Eng  Kingston      1953-54
    [B]
    RJ HADLEE (NZ); Test Debut - Feb 2, 1973[/B]
    Opponent -SR Tendulkar   (Apr 24, 1973)  v Ind  Christchurch  1989-90
    
    [B]L AMARNATH (Ind); Test debut - Dec 15, 1933[/B]
    Opponent -Hanif Mohammad (Dec 21, 1934)  v Pak  Delhi         1952-53
    
    [B]SR TENDULKAR (Ind); Test debut – Nov 15, 1989[/B]
    Opponent -Rubel Hossain (Jan  1, 1990)   v BD   Chittagong    2009-10
    
    [B]S VENKATARAGHAVAN (Ind); Test Debut - Feb 27, 1965[/B]
    Teammate -L S'krishnan   (Dec 31, 1965)  v WI   St John's     1982-83
    
    [B]IMRAN KHAN (Pak); Test Debut - Jun 3, 1971[/B]
    Teammates-Aaqib Javed    (Aug  5, 1972)  v NZ   Wellington    1988-89
              Waqar Younis   (Nov 16, 1971)  v Ind  Karachi       1989-90
              Zahid Fazal    (Oct 10, 1973)  v WI   Karachi       1990-91
    Opponent -SR Tendulkar   (Apr 24, 1973)  v Ind  Karachi       1989-90
    
    [B]MAJID KHAN (Pak); Test Debut - Oct 24, 1964[/B]
    Opponent -Maninder Singh (Jun 13, 1965)  v Ind  Lahore        1982-83
    
    [B]MUSHTAQ MOHAMMAD (Pak); Test Debut - Mar 26, 1959[/B]
    Opponent -BP Bracewell   (Sep 14, 1959)  v NZ   Christchurch  1978-79
    
    [B]WASIM AKRAM (Pak); Test Debut - Jan 25, 1985[/B]
    Opponent -Mohammad Sharif (Dec 12, 1985) v BD   Multan        2001-02
    [B]
    PA DE SILVA (SL); Test Debut - Aug 23, 1984[/B]
    Opponent -Talha Jubair   (Dec 10, 1985)  v BD   Colombo(PSS)  2002
    
    [B]AJ TRAICOS (SAf/Zim); Test Debut - Feb 5, 1970[/B]
    Teammates-ADR Campbell   (Sep 23, 1972)  v Ind  Harare        1992-93
              GW Flower      (Dec 20, 1970)  v Ind  Harare        1992-93
    Opponents-MJ Haslam      (Sep 26, 1972)  v NZ   Bulawayo      1992-93
              VG Kambli      (Jan 18, 1972)  v Ind  Delhi         1992-93
              AR Kumble      (Oct 17, 1970)  v Ind  Harare        1992-93
              DJ Nash        (Nov 20, 1971)  v NZ   Harare        1992-93
              AC Parore      (Jan 23, 1971)  v NZ   Bulawayo      1992-93
              SR Tendulkar   (Apr 24, 1973)  v Ind  Harare        1992-93 
    
    ** McCabe dismissed Hobbs; Rhodes dismissed Headley, Ponsford, Roach and Sealy; Woolley was dismissed by Jahangir Khan; Amarnath dismissed Hanif; Imran and Traicos dismissed Tendulkar; Traicos dismissed Kambli and Traicos was dismissed by Kumble.
     
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    List of most repeated scores of under 100 by one individual (qualification - obtained the same score, out or not out, at least 5 times. If no one has repeated a particular score 5 or more times, it's not listed; the qualification relaxed to 4 times beyond the score of 50). Individual scores (Sco) are in the first column and the number of time those were obtained by the listed players are in the second column.

    Code:
    [B]Sco Times[/B]
      0   58   CA Walsh (WI)
      1   20   GD McGrath (Aus); LR Gibbs (WI)
      2   12   SK Warne (Aus)
      3   11   RGD Willis (Eng); CA Walsh (WI)
      4   18   CA Walsh (WI)
      5   11   RGD Willis (Eng)
      6    9   CA Walsh (WI); DB Vengsarkar (Ind); Waqar Younis (Pak)
      7   11   CEL Ambrose (WI)
      8   12   M Muralitharan (SL)
      9   10   AJ Lamb (Eng)
     10   10   CG Greenidge (WI)
     11    8   RT Ponting and SK Warne (Aus)
     12   11   IA Healy (Aus)
     13    7   MA Atherton (Eng); SR Waugh (Aus)
     14    8   SR Waugh (Aus)
     15    9   SR Tendulkar (Ind)
     16    8   SR Tendulkar (Ind)
     17    8   AR Border (Aus)
     18    9   GA Gooch (Eng)
     19    7   SR Waugh (Aus)
     20    7   GA Gooch (Eng); AR Border and RT Ponting (Aus)
     21    8   RT Ponting (Aus)
     22    5   MC Cowdrey and DI Gower (Eng); MV Boucher (SAf);
               CH Lloyd and RB Richardson (WI); Abdur Razzaq (Pak)
     23    7   CL Hooper (WI)
     24    6   AR Border (Aus); SM Gavaskar (Ind)
     25    7   MS Atapattu (SL)
     26    6   SR Waugh (Aus)
     27    6   MA Taylor (Aus); SP Fleming (NZ)
     28    5   MA Atherton (Eng); FM Engineer (Ind)
     29    5   G Kirsten (SAf); GStA Sobers (WI)
     30    6   Javed Miandad (Pak)
     31    5   AR Border (Aus)
     32    5   WR Hammond (Eng); WW Armstrong (Aus); PR Umrigar (Ind)
     34    7   DI Gower (Eng)
     35    5   ML Hayden (Aus)
     36    5   SR Tendulkar (Ind)
     37    5   ML Hayden and JL Langer(Aus)
     38    6   AJ Stewart (Eng)
     41    5   KP Pietersen (Eng); WJ Cronje (SAf)
     42    5   ME Waugh (Aus); SM Gavaskar and Kapil Dev (Ind)
     45    5   AJ Stewart (Eng); RT Ponting (Aus)
     48    5   SC Ganguly (Ind)
     50    5   IVA Richards (WI)
    
     52    4   MV Boucher (SAf); GStA Sobers (WI);
               SR Tendulkar, DB Vengsarkar and GR Viswanath (Ind)
     53    4   RT Ponting (Aus)
     54    4   CD McMillan (NZ)
     55    4   KD Walters (Aus); Salim Malik (Pak); HP Tillakaratne (SL)
     59    6   MA Taylor (Aus)
     60    5   AN Cook (Eng)
     61    4   N Hussain (Eng); JH Kallis (SAf)
     62    4   S Chanderpaul (WI)
     63    4   WR Hammond (Eng)
     66    6   SP Fleming (NZ)
     68    4   IVA Richards (WI); RS Dravid (Ind)
     69    5   VVS Laxman (Ind)
     70    4   S Chanderpaul (WI)
     71    4   ME Waugh (Aus)
     74    4   S Chanderpaul (WI)
     78    4   AR Border (Aus)
     80    5   KF Barrington (Eng)
     83    4   BC Lara (WI)
     84    4   DL Haynes (WI)
     85    5   ST Jayasuriya (SL)
     88    4   SR Tendulkar (Ind)
    100    4   L Hutton (Eng)
    102    4   Salim Malik (Pak)
    ** The lowest individual score that no player has achieved twice in his Test career is 129 (achieved by 29 different players).


    Scoring most times in "tens"

    Code:
      0-  9 147   CA Walsh (WI)
     10- 19  45   SR Waugh (Aus); SR Tendulkar (Ind)
     20- 29  33   RT Ponting (Aus)
     30- 39  29   ML Hayden (Aus)
     40- 49  23   BC Lara (WI)
     50- 59  18   RT Ponting (Aus)
     60- 69  20   AR Border (Aus)
     70- 79  18   S Chanderpaul (WI)
     80- 89  11   MA Atherton (Eng); AR Border (Aus)
     90- 99  10   SR Waugh (Aus); RS Dravid (Ind)
    100-109   9   MC Cowdrey (Eng)
    110-119   9   ME Waugh (Aus)
    120-129   6   JL Langer (Aus); SM Gavaskar and SR Tendulkar (Ind)
    130-139   8   ML Hayden (Aus)
    140-149   7   RT Ponting (Aus)
    150-159   8   SR Waugh (Aus)
    160-169   4   DPM Jayawardene (SL)
    170-179   5   SR Tendulkar (Ind)
    180-189   2   11 players
    190-199   3   Mohammad Yousuf (Pak) 
     
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    Low all-out Test totals with 2 individual 100s

    Code:
    	
    Total
    279  NZ  v Ind  Hamilton     2008-09 JD Ryder 102/DL Vettori 118         L
    284  Aus v WI   Brisbane     1968-69 WM Lawry 105/IM Chappell 117        L
    296  SAf v Ind  Calcutta     2009-10 AN Petersen 100/HM Amla 114         ?
    313  Eng v SAf  Johannesburg 1927-28 H Sutcliffe 102/GE Tyldesley 122    W
    328  SL  v Pak  Lahore       1998-99 RP Arnold 123/RS Kaluwitharana 100  D
    329  WI  v SAf  Durban       2003-04 RR Sarwan 114/S Chanderpaul 109     L
    333  Aus v NZ   Brisbane     1985-86 AR Border 152*/GRJ Matthews 115     L
    335  Aus v Eng  Manchester   1926    WM Woodfull 117/CG Macartney 109    D
    339  Aus v Eng  Brisbane     1978-79 GN Yallop 102/KJ Hughes 129         L
    344  Eng v Aus  Lord's       1969    JH Hampshire 107/R Illingworth 113  D
    347  Aus v Eng  Lord's       1896    GHS Trott 143/SE Gregory 103        L
    347  SL  v Ind  Colombo(SSC) 1985-86 RS Madugalle 103/A Ranatunga 111    D
    348  WI  v SAf  Pretoria     2003-04 CH Gayle 107/RR Sarwan 119          L
    349  Aus v Ind  Mumbai       2000-01 ML Hayden 119/AC Gilchrist 122      W
    350  Pak v Ind  Bombay       1960-61 Hanif Mohammad 160/Saeed Ahmed 121  D
    
    First-Class:
    250 Otago v C Districts Dunedin 1972-73 RW Anderson 105/BE Congdon 111

    Low all-out Test totals with
    ONE individual century:

    159 NZ v Eng Christchurch 1962-63 JR Reid 100 L

    THREE:
    494 Aus v Eng Leeds 1926 D
    WM Woodfull 141/CG Macartney 15/AJ Richardson 100

    FOUR:
    631 WI v Ind Delhi 1948-49 D
    CL Walcott 152/GE Gomez 101/EdeC Weekes 128/RJ Christiani 107
     
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    Low all-out totals to include a 200 partnership

    Here is a list of all-out Test innings of 350 or fewer runs (Tot) which included a 200-run partnership (P). The results at the end of the lines are from the perspective of the sides achieving the feat. The players involved in the partnerships are in the second lines.

    Code:
    Tot   P   Wkt
    283  210  2nd  NZ  v WI   Kingston        1984-85 L
                   GP Howarth 84/JJ Crowe 112
    
    284  217  2nd  Aus v WI   Brisbane        1968-69 L
                   WM Lawry 105/IM Chappell 117
    
    288  206  6th  Pak v WI   Georgetown      1999-00 D
                   Inzamam-ul-Haq 135/Abdur Razzaq 87
    
    293  222  4th  Ind v Eng  Leeds           1952    L
                   VS Hazare 89/VL Manjrekar 133
    
    296  209  2nd  SAf v Ind  Calcutta        2009-10
                   AN Petersen 100/HM Amla 114
    
    312  200  2nd  BD  v Ind  Mirpur          2009-10 L
                   Tamim 1qbal 151/Junaid Siddique 55
    
    313  230  2nd  Eng v SAf  Johannesburg(1) 1927-28 W
                   H Sutcliffe 102/GE Tyldesley 122
    
    320  200  2nd  Pak v SL   Colombo(PSS)    2009    L
                   Fawad Alam 168/Younis Khan 82
    
    342  210  3rd  NZ  v Eng  Lord's          1986    D
                   BA Edgar 83/MD Crowe 106
    
    347  221  4th  Aus v Eng  Lord's          1896    L
                   GHS Trott 143/SE Gregory 103
    
    350  246  2nd  Pak v Ind  Bombay          1960-61 D
                   Hanif Mohammad 160/Saeed Ahmed 121 
     
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    200-run partnership on Test debut

    Here is a list of players who participated in a double-century partnership the first time they batted in a Test match;

    The debutant and his score (and his side) is listed first.
    Code:
     P   Wkt
    276  1st  JE Mills (117)       NZ  v Eng  Wellington    1929-30  D
              CS Dempster
    
    219  5th  BH Pairaudeau (115)  WI  v Ind  Port-of-Spain 1952-53  D
              EdeC Weekes
    
    219  1st  IR Redpath (97)      Aus v SAf  Melbourne     1963-64  W
              WM Lawry
    
    249  1st  K Ibadullah (166)    Pak v Aus  Karachi       1964-65  D
              Abdul Kadir (97)
    (both players were making their Test debut)
    
    219  6th  GS Chappell (108)    Aus v Eng  Perth         1970-71  D
              IR Redpath
    
    269  2nd  LG Rowe (214)        WI  v NZ   Kingston      1971-72  D
              RC Fredericks
    
    204  2nd  S Amarnath (124)     Ind v NZ   Auckland      1975-76  W
              SM Gavaskar
    
    281  5th  Javed Miandad (163)  Pak v NZ   Lahore        1976-77  W
              Asif Iqbal
    
    259  2nd  WB Phillips (159)    Aus v Pak  Perth         1983-84  W
              GN Yallop
    
    214  5th  M Azharuddin (110)   Ind v Eng  Calcutta      1984-85  D
              RJ Shastri
    
    220  5th  V Sehwag (105)       Ind v SAf  Bloemfontein  2001-02
              SR Tendulkar
    
    429* 3rd  JA Rudolph (222*)    SAf v BD   Chittagong    2002-03  W
              HH Dippenaar
    
    209  2nd  AN Petersen (100)    SAf v Ind  Calcutta      2009-10
              HM Amla
    
    The following players achieved this feat in the second innings of
    their debut Tests.
    Code:
    243  8th  RJ Hartigan (116)    Aus v Eng  Adelaide      1907-08  W
              C Hill
    
    207  4th  CG Greenidge (107)   WI  v Ind  Bangalore     1974-75  W
              CH Lloyd
    
    200  2nd  Fawad Alam (168)     Pak v SL   Colombo(PSS)  2009     L
              Younis Khan 
     
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    200 & 300-run partnerships in consecutive Test inns

    Here is a list of batsmen who have been involved in 200- and 300-run partnerships in consecutive Test innings (instances in the same innings and same Tests are included). The innings of the match are given at the end of the lines. The first two columns give the partnership runs (P) and the wickets (Wkt) for which it was achieved.

    Same pair:
    P Wkt
    388 4th DG Bradman/WH Ponsford Aus v Eng Leeds 1934 Only
    451 2nd DG Bradman/WH Ponsford v Eng The Oval 1934 Only

    330 3rd HM Amla/JH Kallis SAf v NZ Johannesburg 2007-08 2nd
    220 3rd HM Amla/JH Kallis v NZ Pretoria 2007-08 Only

    Different partners:
    L Hutton (Eng)
    P Wkt
    382 2nd M Leyland v Aus The Oval 1938 Only
    215 6th J Hardstaff, jr v Aus The Oval 1938 Only

    DG Bradman (Aus)
    276 3rd AL Hassett v Eng Brisbane 1946-47 Only
    405 5th SG Barnes v Eng Sydney(2) 1946-47 Only

    GStA Sobers (WI)
    446 2nd CC Hunte v Pak Kingston 1957-58 Only
    269 2nd CL Walcott v Pak Georgetown 1957-58 1st

    KD Walters (Aus)
    336 4th WM Lawry v WI Sydney(5) 1968-69 1st
    210 4th IR Redpath v WI Sydney(5) 1968-69 2nd

    Javed Miandad (Pak)
    287 4th Zaheer Abbas v Ind Faisalabad 1982-83 1st
    451 3rd Mudassar Nazar v Ind Hyderabad(P) 1982-83 Only

    DI Gower (Eng)
    331 2nd RT Robinson v Aus Birmingham 1985 Only
    351 2nd GA Gooch v Aus The Oval 1985 Only

    GA Gooch (Eng)
    308 3rd AJ Lamb v Ind Lord’s 1990 1st
    204 1st MA Atherton v Ind Lord’s 1990 2nd

    MA Atherton (Eng)
    303 3rd RA Smith v WI St John’s 1993-94 Only
    263 2nd GA Gooch v NZ Nottingham 1994 Only

    Aamir Sohail (Pak)
    323 3rd Inzamam-ul-Haq v WI Rawalpindi 1997-98 1st
    298 1st Ijaz Ahmed v WI Karachi 1997-98 1st

    JL Langer (Aus)
    238 6th AC Gilchrist v Pak Hobart 1999-00 2nd
    327 5th RT Ponting v Pak Perth 1999-00 Only

    RT Ponting (Aus)
    327 5th JL Langer v Pak Perth 1999-00 Only
    239 5th SR Waugh v Ind Adelaide 1999-00 1st

    HH Gibbs (SAf)
    251 3rd JH Kallis v WI Cape Town 2003-04 2nd
    301 1st GC Smith v WI Pretoria 2003-04 1st

    MS Atapattu (SL)
    281 1st ST Jayasuriya v Zim Harare 2003-04 Only
    438 2nd KC Sangakkara v Zim Bulawayo 2003-04 Only

    Mohammad Yousuf (Pak)
    269 6th Kamran Akmal v Eng Lahore 2005-06 Only
    319 3rd Younis Khan v Ind Lahore 2005-06 Only

    MEK Hussey (Aus)
    320 4th JN Gillespie v BD Chittagong 2005-06 Only
    209 4th RT Ponting v Eng Brisbane 2006-07 Only

    HM Amla (SAf)
    340 3rd JH Kallis v Ind Nagpur 2009-10 Only
    209 2nd AN Petersen v Ind Calcutta 2009-10 1st
     
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    Highest partnerships involving wicketkeepers.

    Here is a list of wicketkeepers who have been involved in 250-run partnerships in a Test innings. The wicketkeepers and their sides are listed first.
    Code:
     P   Wkt
    347  7th  WI  v Aus  Bridgetown   1954-55
              CC Depeiza (122)/DStE Atkinson (219)
    
    339  6th  NZ  v BD   Hamilton     2009-10
              BB McCullum (185)/MJ Guptill (189)
    
    317  6th  Aus v SAf  Johannesburg 2001-02
              AC Gilchrist (204*)/DR Martyn (133)
    
    308  8th  Pak v NZ   Lahore       1955-56
              Imtiaz Ahmed (209)/Waqar Hassan (189)
    
    282* 6th  WI  v Eng  St John’s    2003-04
              RD Jacobs (107*)/BC Lara (400*)
    
    277* 5th  Zim v Pak  Bulawayo     1997-98
              A Flower (100*)/MW Goodwin (166*)
    
    271  6th  SAf v BD   Pretoria     2008-09
              MV Boucher (117)/AG Prince (162*)
    
    269  4th  Zim v Pak  Harare(1)    1994-95
              A Flower (156)/GW Flower (201*)
    
    269  6th  Pak v Eng  Lahore       2005-06
              Kamran Akmal (154)/Mohammad Yousuf (223)
    
    267  4th  WI  v Ind  Delhi        1948-49
              CL Walcott (152)/GE Gomez (101)
    
    261  6th  WI  v Eng  Bridgetown   2008-09
              D Ramdin (166)/RR Sarwan (291)
    
    256  6th  Aus v NZ   Wellington   2004-05
              AC Gilchrist (162)/DR Martyn (165)
    
    253  8th  NZ  v Aus  Perth        2001-02
              AC Parore (110)/NJ Astle (156*)
    
    250  6th  WI  v Ind  Bombay       1974-75
              DL Murray (91)/CH Lloyd (242*)
    
    Best for other countries:
    249  4th  Eng v WI   Kingston     1929-30
              LEG Ames (149)/A Sandham (325)
    
    237  2nd  Ind v WI   Kingston     1952-53
              VL Manjrekar (118)/Pankaj Roy (150)
    Excluding part-timers, best:
    235  7th  Ind v Eng  Bombay       1984-85
              SMH Kirmani (102)/RJ Shastri (142)
    
    191  6th  BD  v SL   Colombo(PSS) 2007
              Mushfiqur Rahim (80)/Mohammad Ashraful (129*) 
     
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    Highest partnerships involving 2 non-double centurions

    Here is a list of 300-run partnerships in Test innings in which neither batsman involved scored a double century.

    Code:
     P   Wkt
    363  3rd  Pak v Eng  Leeds          2006
              Younis Khan (173)/Mohammad Yousuf (192)
    
    359  1st  Eng v SAf  Johannesburg(2)1948-49
              L Hutton (158)/C Washbrook (195)
    
    351  2nd  Eng v Aus  The Oval       1985
              GA Gooch (196)/DI Gower (157)
    
    344* 2nd  Ind v WI   Calcutta       1978-79
              SM Gavaskar (182*)/DB Vengsarkar (157*)
    
    339  6th  NZ  v BD   Hamilton       2009-10
              MJ Guptill (189)/BB McCullum (185)
    
    330  3rd  SAf v NZ   Johannesburg   2007-08
              HM Amla (176*)/JH Kallis (186)
    
    327  5th  Aus v Pak  Perth          1999-00
              JL Langer (144)/RT Ponting (197)
    
    323  1st  Eng v Aus  Melbourne(4)   1911-12
              JB Hobbs (178)/W Rhodes (179)
    
    323  3rd  Pak v WI   Rawalpindi     1997-98
              Aamir Sohail (160)/Inzamam-ul-Haq (177)
    
    322  4th  Pak v Eng  Birmingham     1992
              Javed Miandad (153*)/Salim Malik (165)
    
    319  3rd  SAf v Eng  Nottingham     1947
              A Melville (189)/AD Nourse (149)
    
    319  3rd  Pak v Ind  Lahore         2005-06
              Younis Khan (199)/Mohammad Yousuf (173)
    
    314  2nd  Ind v Eng  Mohali         2008-09
              G Gambhir (179)/RS Dravid (136)
    
    308  3rd  WI  v Aus  St John's      1983-84
              RB Richardson (154)/IVA Richards (178)
    
    303  5th  Eng v WI   St John's      1993-94
              MA Atherton (135)/RA Smith (175)
    
    301  4th  Aus v Eng  Leeds          1948
              AR Morris (182)/DG Bradman (173*)
    
    301  1st  SAf v WI   Pretoria       2003-04
              GC Smith (139)/HH Gibbs (192) 
     
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    Highest 'not out' partnerships for each wicket

    Here is a list of the highest unbroken partnerships for each wicket in Test cricket.

    Code:
     Wkt  Runs
     1st  250*  WI  (250-0)  v Aus  Georgetown   1983-84 D
                CG Greenidge (120*)/DL Haynes (103*)
    
     2nd  334*  Ind (361-1d) v WI   Calcutta     1978-79 D
                SM Gavaskar (182*)/DB Vengsarkar (157*)
    
     3rd  429*  SAf (470-2d) v BD   Chittagong   2002-03 W
                JA Rudolph (222*)/HH Dippenaar (177*)
    
     4th  240*  SL  (323-3)  v Pak  Colombo(PSS) 1985-86 D
                AP Gurusinha (116*)/A Ranatunga (135*)
    
     5th  332*  Aus (653-4d) v Eng  Leeds        1993    W
                AR Border (200*)/SR Waugh (157*)
    
     6th  298*  Ind (517-5d) v Aus  Bombay       1986-87 D
                DB Vengsarkar (164*)/RJ Shastri (121*)
    
     7th  259*  Ind (643-6d) v SAf  Calcutta     2009-10
                VVS Laxman (143*)/MS Dhoni (132*)
    
     8th  147*  SAf (529-7d) v Ind  Cape Town    1996-97 W
                BM McMillan (103*)/L Klusener (102*)
    
     9th  163*  Eng (428-8d) v NZ   Wellington   1962-63 W
                MC Cowdrey (128*)/AC Smith (69*)
    
    10th  117*  Eng (209-9)  v WI   The Oval     1980    D
                P Willey (100*)/RGD Willis (24*) 
     
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    Two double 100s in one test innings.

    Code:
    Aus v Eng The Oval    1934    WH Ponsford 266/DG Bradman 244
    Aus v Eng Sydney(2)   1946-47 SG Barnes 234/DG Bradman 234
    WI  v Pak Kingston    1957-58 GStA Sobers 365*/CC Hunte 260
    Aus v WI  Bridgetown  1964-65 WM Lawry 210/RB Simpson 201
    Pak v Ind Hyderabad(P)1982-83 Javed Miandad280*/Mudassar Nazar231
    Eng v Ind Madras      1984-85 MW Gatting 207/G Fowler 201
    Pak v SL  Faisalabad  1985-86 Qasim Omar 206/Javed Miandad 203*
    SL  v Ind Colombo(RPS)1997-98 ST Jayasuriya 340/RS Mahanama 225
    Pak v SL  Dhaka       1998-99 Ijaz Ahmed 211/Inzamam-ul-Haq 200*
    SL  v Zim Bulawayo    2003-04 KC Sangakkara 270/MS Atapattu 249
    WI  v SAf Georgetown  2004-05 WW Hinds 213/S Chanderpaul 203*
    SL  v SAf Colombo(SSC)2006    DP Jayawardene 374/KC Sangakkara 287
    SAf v BD  Chittagong  2007-08 GC Smith 232/ND McKenzie 226
    Ind v Aus Delhi       2008-09 G Gambhir 206/VVS Laxman 200*
    SL  v Pak Karachi     2008-09 DP Jayawardene 240/T Samaraweera 231 
     
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    I want those 2 minutes of my life back.
     
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    :)

    If you are saying that you wasted two minutes on this thread then you can't complain because you were warned in the title of the thread. Weren't you?
     
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    I was kidding :D . Some of these stats are actually quite interesting. Carry on mate.
     
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    I'd love to have seen that Ijaz and Inzi double hundred double act
     
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    I saw that live (on TV) and recorded it. I had that on the tape for the longest time. I may still have that if I have not recorded over it but I have to dig from 100s of tapes. I'll let you know.
     
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    Most 6s without a 4 in T20I inns

    Here is a list of players who have struck four or more sixes without a hitting a boundary four in a Twenty20 International innings.

    Code:
    [B]5 [/B] Abdul Razzaq (46)   Pak v Eng  Dubai         Feb 20, 2010
    
    [B]4[/B]  TM Dilshan (38)     SL  v Pak  Johannesburg  Sep 17, 2007
       Misbah-ul-Haq (43)  Pak v Ind  Johannesburg  Sep 24, 2007
       V Sehwag (26)       Ind v NZ   Christchurch  Feb 24, 2009
       MJ Guptill (45*)    NZ  v Ire  Nottingham    Jun 11, 2009 
     
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    Most wkts in 1st over of a T20I inns

    Here is a list of Twenty20 International matches in which one side lost at least two wickets in the first over of their innings. The balls in the first over with which the wickets were taken are given in the first column. If the same bowler dismissed the batsmen, he is given in parentheses. The batting sides and their batsmen are listed first.
    Code:
    [B]THREE:[/B]
     Balls
    2, 4 & 6  WI  v SL   The Oval  Jun 13, 2009 L
              XM Marshall, LMP Simmons and DJ Bravo (AD Mathews)
    
    [B]TWO:[/B]
    2 & 5  Ken v NZ   Durban   Sep 12, 2007 L
           MA Ouma and T Mishra (SE Bond)
    
    2 & 6  Pak v BD   Karachi  Apr 20, 2008 W
           Salman Butt (run-out) and Kamran Akmal
    
    1 & 3  Ber v Ire  Belfast  Aug  8, 2008 L
           CR Foggo and DL Hemp[B] (P Connell)[/B]
    
    4 & 5  Sco v Ire  Dubai    Feb 11, 2010 L
           DF Watts and GM Hamilton[B] (P Connell)[/B]
    
    4 & 6  Net v Ire  Dubai    Feb 13, 2010 L
           AN Kervezee and Mudassar Bukhari [B](P Connell)[/B]
    
    3 & 5  Pak v Eng  Dubai    Feb 20, 2010 W
           Imran Nazir and Imran Farhat (A Shahzad) 
     
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    I'm surprised that Pakistan only features in this list twice, with out top order we should dominate the top 5
     
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    Highest lowest individual score in an ODI inns with n players


    Highest’ lowest individual score in a Limited-overs International innings in which
    TWO players came to the crease:
    82* AJ Strauss Eng (192-0) v BD The Oval Jun 16, 2005

    THREE:
    70 HH Gibbs SAf (230-1) v Ken Kimberley Oct 14, 2001

    FOUR:
    68 LL Bosman SAf (365-2) v Ind Ahmedabad Feb 27, 2010

    FIVE:
    44 JA Rudolph SAf (294-3) v BD Dhaka Apr 14, 2003

    SIX:
    34* LRPL Taylor NZ (335-5) v BD Napier Dec 28, 2007

    SEVEN:
    22 CL White Aus (324-5) v WI Melbourne Feb 19, 2010

    EIGHT:
    17* Mohammad Hussain Pak (289-6) v SL Gwalior May 12, 1997

    NINE:
    12 AJ Strauss Eng (260-8) v NZ Perth Jan 30, 2007

    TEN:
    6 Several

    ELEVEN:
    8* E Otieno Ken (222ao) v Zim Harare Oct 12, 2009
    8 BS Sandhu Ind (247ao) v Aus Chelmsford Jun 20, 1983
     
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    Evolution of highest individual score in ODIs

    Here is the evolution of the highest individual score in Limited-overs Internationals. The first column gives the number of matches (ODIs) between successive achievements.

    Code:
    ODIs
     -     82  JH Edrich     Eng v Aus  Melbourne       Jan  5, 1971
       1  103  DL Amiss      Eng v Aus  Manchester      Aug 24, 1972
       7  105  RC Fredericks WI  v Eng  The Oval        Sep  7, 1973
       5  116* D Lloyd       Eng v Pak  Nottingham      Aug 31, 1974
       7  137  DL Amiss      Eng v Ind  Lord’s          Jun  7, 1975
       x  171  GM Turner     NZ  v EAf  Birmingham      Jun  7, 1975
     193  175* Kapil Dev     Ind v Zim  Tunbridge Wells Jun 18, 1983
      49  189* IVA Richards  WI  v Eng  Manchester      Oct 13, 1987
     945  194  Saeed Anwar   Pak v Ind  Madras          May 21, 1997
    1664  194* CK Coventry   Zim v BD   Bulawayo        Aug 16, 2009
      89  200* SR Tendulkar  Ind v SAf  Gwalior         Feb 24, 2010
    
    Amiss and Turner scored their runs on the same day. Both their sides batted first and both opened the innings. Amiss faced 147 balls and Turner 201. It seems likely that Amiss held the record for a couple of hours.
     
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    Wow it took 1753 games to go past 194
     
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    almost twice the matches of wot it took to go past Viv's 189. Dont want to take any credit away but we were expecting this record to be broken by few years now, but never thought Sachin would break it.

    also notice this..

    Viv
    Anwar
    Tendulkar

    --------
    80's Viv
    90's Anwar
    00's Tendulkar
     
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    also notice the this..

    Viv
    Anwar
    Coventry :D
    Tendulkar
     
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    ahaha.. i noticed that but then i also noticed 'Zim v Bng Bulawayo' :p
     
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    Big wins/losses in consecative ODIs

    A. 100-run wins followed by 100-run losses in consecutive Limited-over International matches against the same opponents:

    Code:
    Aus beat    Ind by 162 runs  Nottingham     Jun 13, 1983
    Aus lost to Ind by 118 runs  Chelmsford     Jun 20, 1983
    
    Pak beat SL     by 110 runs  Paarl          Apr  9, 1998
    Pak lost to SL  by 115 runs  Benoni         Apr 15, 1998
    
    SAf beat    Pak by 132 runs  Durban         Dec  8, 2002
    SAf lost to Pak by 182 runs  Port Elizabeth Dec 11, 2002
    
    SAf beat    Pak by 164 runs  Pretoria       Feb  4, 2007
    SAf lost to Pak by 141 runs  Durban         Feb  7, 2007
    B. Difference of at least 17 wickets in consecutive wins and losses in Limited-overs International matches against the same opponents:
    Code:
    Pak beat    NZ  by  10 wkts  Sharjah        Apr 15, 1986
    Pak lost to NZ  by   8 wkts  Dunedin        Feb  6, 1989
    
    WI  beat    Ind by   8 wkts  Port-of-Spain  Apr 26, 1997
    WI  lost to Ind by  10 wkts  Port-of-Spain  Apr 27, 1997
    
    NZ  beat    BD  by  10 wkts  Queenstown     Dec 31, 2007
    NZ  lost to BD  by   7 wkts  Mirpur         Oct  9, 2008
    
    WI  beat    Eng by   8 wkts  Bridgetown     Mar 27, 2009
    WI  lost to Eng by   9 wkts  Bridgetown     Mar 29, 2009
    C. 100-run wins followed by 100-run losses in consecutive Limited-over International matches but not against the same opponents:

    Code:
    NZ  beat    SL  by 116 runs  Auckland       Mar 20, 1983
    NZ  lost to Eng by 106 runs  The Oval       Jun  9, 1983
    
    Aus lost to WI  by 101 runs  Leeds          Jun 11, 1983
    Aus beat    Ind by 162 runs  Nottingham     Jun 13, 1983
    
    NZ  beat    Ind by 108 runs  Dunedin        Mar  1, 1990
    NZ  lost to Aus by 150 runs  Christchurch   Mar  4, 1990
    
    SL  lost to WI  by 193 runs  Sharjah        Dec  3, 1986
    SL  beat    Ind by 117 runs  Kanpur         Dec 12, 1986
    
    Zim lost to Pak by 111 runs  Rawalpindi     Nov 24, 1998
    Zim beat    Ken by 133 runs  Dhaka          Mar 19, 1999
    
    NZ  lost to Aus by 164 runs  Colombo(SSC)   Sep 15, 2002
    NZ  beat    BD  by 167 runs  Colombo(SSC)   Sep 23, 2002
    
    Pak beat    Nam by 171 runs  Kimberley      Feb 16, 2003
    Pak lost to Eng by 112 runs  Cape Town      Feb 22, 2003
    
    Ind lost to Aus by 125 runs  Johannesburg   Mar 23, 2003
    Ind beat    BD  by 200 runs  Dhaka          Apr 11, 2003
    
    WI  lost to NZ  by 107 runs  Lord’s         Jul 10, 2004
    WI  beat    BD  by 138 runs  Southampton    Sep 15, 2004
    
    NZ  lost to Aus by 122 runs  Napier         Mar  5, 2005
    NZ  beat    Zim by 192 runs  Bulawayo       Aug 24, 2005
    
    SL  beat    Ind by 107 runs  Colombo(RPS)   Oct 13, 2007
    SL  lost to Aus by 128 runs  Sydney         Feb  8, 2008
    
    Ind lost to SL  by 112 runs  Colombo(RPS)   Aug 29, 2008
    Ind beat    Eng by 158 runs  Rajkot         Nov 14, 2008
    D. Difference of at least 17 wickets in consecutive wins and losses in Limited-overs International matches but not against the same opponents:

    Code:
    Ind lost to WI  by   8 wkts  Sharjah        Oct 21, 1988
    Ind beat    BD  by   9 wkts  Chittagong     Oct 27, 1988
    
    Ind lost to WI  by  10 wkts  Bridgetown     May  3, 1997
    Ind beat    NZ  by   8 wkts  Bangalore      May 14, 1997
    
    Ind beat    BD  by   9 wkts  Colombo(SSC)   Jul 24, 1997
    Ind lost to SL  by   8 wkts  Colombo(RPS)   Jul 26, 1997
    
    Pak beat    BD  by   9 wkts  Dhaka          Jan 12, 1998
    Pak lost to Ind by   8 wkts  Dhaka          Jan 14, 1998
    
    Pak beat    NZ  by   9 wkts  Manchester     Jun 16, 1999
    Pak lost to Aus by   8 wkts  Lord’s         Jun 20, 1999
    
    SAf lost to Ind by   8 wkts  Nairobi(Gym)   Sep 26, 1999
    SAf beat    Zim by   9 wkts  Nairobi(Gym)   Sep 28, 1999
    
    Pak lost to SL  by   8 wkts  Colombo(RPS)   Sep 12, 2002
    Pak beat    Net by   9 wkts  Colombo(SSC)   Sep 21, 2002
    
    SAf beat    Ken by  10 wkts  Potchefstroom  Feb 12, 2003
    SAf lost to NZ  by   9 wkts  Johannesburg   Feb 16, 2003
    
    SAf lost to NZ  by   9 wkts  Johannesburg   Feb 16, 2003
    SAf beat    BD  by  10 wkts  Bloemfontein   Feb 22, 2003
    
    Aus lost to WI  by   9 wkts  Grenada        Jun  1, 2003
    Aus beat    BD  by   8 wkts  Cairns         Aug  2, 2003
    
    Eng beat    BD  by   7 wkts  Dhaka          Nov 12, 2003
    Eng lost to SL  by  10 wkts  Dambulla       Nov 18, 2003
    
    BD  beat    Zim by   8 wkts  Dhaka          Jan 31, 2005
    BD  lost to Eng by  10 wkts  The Oval       Jun 16, 2005
    
    WI  beat    BD  by  10 wkts  Jaipur         Oct 11, 2006
    WI  lost to SL  by   9 wkts  Bombay         Oct 14, 2006
    
    BD  beat    Ber by   7 wkts  Port-of-Spain  Mar 25, 2007
    BD  lost to Aus by  10 wkts  North Sound    Mar 31, 2007
    
    SL  beat    BD  by   9 wkts  Mirpur         Jan  8, 2010
    SL  lost to Ind by   8 wkts  Mirpur         Jan 10, 2010 
     
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    Large difference between highest & 2nd highest scores in an ODI innings

    Here is a list of instances where the difference (Dif) between the highest and the second highest individual scores in a Limited-overs International innings was 120 runs or greater.

    Code:
    Dif
    163  IVA Richards   189*  WI  v Eng  Manchester      May 31, 1984
         EAE Baptiste    26
    
    157  CK Coventry    194*  Zim v BD   Bulawayo        Aug 16, 2009
         S Matsikenyeri  37
    
    155  Saeed Anwar    194   Pak v Ind  Madras          May 21, 1997
         Inzamam-ul-Haq  39*
    
    151  Kapil Dev      175*  Ind v Zim  Tunbridge Wells Jun 18, 1983
         SMH Kirmani     24*
    
    144  MS Dhoni       183*  Ind v SL   Jaipur          Oct 31, 2005
         V Sehwag        39
    
    137  ST Jayasuriya  189   SL  v Ind  Sharjah         Oct 28, 2000
         RP Arnold       52*
    
    131  RA Smith       167*  Eng v Aus  Birmingham      May 21, 1993
         GP Thorpe       36
    
    131  G Kirsten      188*  SAf v UAE  Rawalpindi      Feb 16, 1996
         WJ Cronje       57
    
    124  DI Gower       158   Eng v NZ   Brisbane        Jan 15, 1983
         DW Randall      34
    
    123  Imran Nazir    160   Pak v Zim  Kingston        Mar 21, 2007
         Inzamam-ul-Haq  37
    
    123  H Masakadza    178*  Zim v Ken  Harare          Oct 18, 2009
         F Mutizwa       55
    
    121  SR Tendulkar   200*  Ind v SAf  Gwalior         Feb 24, 2010
         KD Karthik      79 
     
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    150 or above ODI Individual Innings

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    Australia:    for  8, against  4
    Bangladesh:   for  1, against  3
    England:      for  3, against  2
    India:        for 14, against  5
    New Zealand:  for  4, against  8
    Pakistan:     for  2, against  2
    South Africa: for  5, against  4
    Sri Lanka:    for  5, against  8
    West Indies:  for 12, against  2
    Zimbabwe:     for  4, against  8
    Others:       for  0, against 12 

    There have been 58 individual scores of 150 in the Limited-overs Internationals. Here is a list of batsmen who have achieved this feat more than once.
    Code:
    5  SR Tendulkar (Ind)
    4  ST Jayasuriya (SL)
    3  CH Gayle, BC Lara and IVA Richards (WI)
    2  AC Gilchrist, ML Hayden and A Symonds (Aus);
       HH Gibbs (SAf); G Gambhir and SC Ganguly (Ind);
       H Masakadza (Zim) 
     
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    And nearly 40 of those have been in the last decade!!
     
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    50% of the total in consecutive ODIs

    Here is a list of batsmen who scored at least 50% of their sides' innings total in consecutive Limited-overs International matches. Matches with ‘no results’ are excluded. The first column give the percentage (%) and the second the number of runs scored (Sco) by the listed batsman.

    Code:
      %    Sco
    51.48  122  DI Gower         Eng (237-8) v NZ
                                 Melbourne        Jan 13, 1983 L
    59.18  158                   Eng (267-6) v NZ
                                 Brisbane         Jan 15, 1983 W
    
    55.98  145* DL Haynes        WI  (259-5) v NZ
                                 Berbice          Apr 14, 1985 W
    72.65   85*                  WI  (117-0) v NZ
                                 Port-of-Spain    Apr 17, 1985 W
    
    51.53  101  Saeed Anwar      Pak (196-8) v NZ
                                 Lahore           Nov  2, 1990 W
    52.34   67                   Pak (128-2) v NZ
                                 Peshawar         Nov  4, 1990 W
    
    59.04  111* BC Lara          WI  (188-1) v SAf
                                 Bloemfontein     Feb 23, 1993 W
    57.78   26*                  WI  (45-3) v Pak
                                 Cape Town        Feb 25, 1993 W
    
    52.53  104* Saeed Anwar      Pak (198-8) v NZ
                                 Sharjah          Nov 10, 1996 W
    58.03  112*                  Pak (193-2) v NZ
                                 Sharjah          Nov 12, 1996 W
    
    52.08  100* AJ Stewart       Eng (192)   v WI
                                 Nottingham       Jul 20, 2000 L
    57.06   97                   Eng (170-4) v Zim
                                 Lord’s           Jul 22, 2000 W
    
    50.83  153  HH Gibbs         SAf (301-8) v BD
                                 Potchefstroom    Oct  3, 2002 W
    62.58   97*                  SAf (155-0) v BD
                                 Benoni           Oct  6, 2002 W
    
    54.76   69* MS Atapattu      SL  (126-0) v BD
                                 Pietermaritzburg Feb 14, 2003 W
    64.86   24*                  SL  (37-1)  v Can
                                 Paarl            Feb 19, 2003 W
    
    53.24   74* S Jayantha       SL  (126-0) v Zim
                                 Bulawayo         Apr 22, 2004 W
    70.00   24*                  SL  (40-1)  v Zim
                                 Harare           Apr 25, 2004 W
    
    53.25  123* Shahriar Nafees  BD  (231-6) v Zim
                                 Jaipur           Oct 13, 2006 W
    56.45  105*                  BD  (186-1) v Zim
                                 Khulna           Nov 30, 2006 W
    
    62.20   51* CH Gayle         WI  (82-0)  v Net
                                 Dublin           Jul 10, 2007 W
    51.52   85*                  WI  (165-6) v Sco
                                 Dublin           Jul 12, 2007 W
    
    50.27   97  Rizwan Cheema    Can (184)   v Net
                                 Amsterdam        Jul 11, 2009 L
    64.96   76*                  Can (117-1) v Ken
                                 King City        Aug 19, 2009 W
    
    52.71  136* SR Watson        Aus (285-1) v NZ
                                 Pretoria         Oct  2, 2009 W
    50.97  105*                  Aus (206-4) v NZ
                                 Pretoria         Oct  5, 2009 W 
     
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    All-out Test totals with a 100/next <25

    Here is a list all Test innings totals where the highest innings is 100 or mor but the 2nd highest is 25 or less. The century makers and the second highest scorers are in the second lines.

    Code:
    Eng (237) v SAf  Johannesburg   1898-99 W
    PF Warner 132*; WR Cuttell 21
    
    SAf (182) v Eng  Durban(1)      1913-14 L
    HW Taylor 109; AW Nourse 19
    
    WI  (193) v Aus  Brisbane       1930-31 L
    GA Headley 102*; FR Martin 21
    
    NZ  (159) v Eng  Christchurch   1962-63 L
    JR Reid 100; GT Dowling 22
    
    Aus (198) v Eng  Sydney(6)      1978-79 L
    GN Yallop 121; KJ Hughes 16
    
    Aus (198) v WI   Melbourne      1981-82 W
    KJ Hughes 100*; RW Marsh and B Yardley 21
    
    Aus (308) v Ind  Melbourne      1985-86 D
    AR Border 163; RJ Bright 20
    
    Ind (215) v SAf  Port Elizabeth 1992-93 L
    Kapil Dev 129; M Prabhakar, KS More and A Kumble 17
    
    Ind (219) v Eng  Birmingham     1996    L
    SR Tendulkar 122; SV Manjrekar 18
    
    SAf (200) v SL   Pretoria       1997-98 W
    DJ Cullinan 103; G Kirsten and MV Boucher 13
    
    Eng (230) v SAf  Leeds          1998    W
    MA Butcher 116; DG Cork 24*
    
    Aus (184) v Eng  Sydney         1998-99 W
    MJ Slater 123; ME Waugh 24
    
    Pak (216) v Ind  Multan         2003-04 L
    Mohammad Yousuf 122; Imran Farhat 24
    
    SL  (170) v NZ   Christchurch   2006-07 L
    KC Sangakkara 100*; WU Tharanga 24
    
    Pak (223) v NZ   Napier         2009-10 D
    Imran Farhat 117*; Umar Gul 24
    
    SAf (290) v Ind  Calcutta       2009-10 L
    HM Amla 123; AG Prince 23 
     
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    High identical scores by #1s in ODIs

    Here is a list of Limited-overs International matches in which the players batting at #1 for both sides had identical scores of 40 or more runs. The sides batting first and their #1s are listed first.
    Code:
     88  SAf v Zim  Potchefstroom  Sep 20, 2006
         LL Bosman/T Duffin
     84  Aus v WI   Port-of-Spain  May 24, 2003
         AC Gilchrist/CH Gayle
     72  WI  v Ind  Rajkot         Nov 12, 2002
         CH Gayle/SC Ganguly
     59  BD  v Zim  Harare         Mar 14, 2004
         Hannan Sarkar/GW Flower
     45  Aus v NZ   Napier         Mar  3, 2010
         SR Watson/BB McCullum
     41  Ire v Ken  Nairobi(Gym)   Oct 18, 2008
         WTS Porterfield/SR Waters
    
    Code:
    [B]Highest identical score for players batting at #2:[/B]
     50  WI  v SAf  Kingston       Apr  7, 1992
         BC Lara/AC Hudson
    
    [B]#3:[/B]
     70  Aus v WI   Georgetown     Mar 18, 1995
         ME Waugh/PV Simmons
    [B]
    #4:[/B]
    107  SAf v Zim  Harare         Aug 26, 2007
         AB de Villiers/T Taibu
    
    [B]#5:[/B]
     58  SL  v SAf  Nottingham     Aug 14, 1998
         A Ranatunga/PL Symcox
    [B]
    #6:[/B]
     53  Aus v Eng  The Oval       May 24, 1997
         AC Gilchrist/AJ Hollioake
    [B]
    #7:[/B]
     46  Ind v SAf  Hyderabad(I)   Nov 16, 2005
         IK Pathan/JM Kemp
    [B]
    #8:[/B]
     26  SAf v SL   Johannesburg   Apr  5, 1998
         DN Crookes/UDU Chandana
    [B]
    #9:[/B]
     21  NZ  v Pak  Christchurch   Feb 11, 1973
         RJ Hadlee/Salim Altaf
         Ind v BD   Chittagong     Dec 23, 2004
         IK Pathan/Khaled Mahmud
    [B]
    #10:[/B]
     17  SAf v Aus  Cape Town      Apr  2, 1997
         RE Bryson/JN Gillespie
    
    [B]#11:[/B]
      6  Ind v Aus  Nairobi(Gym)   Oct 17, 2000
         BKV Prasad/GD McGrath 
     
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    Identical individual score of >60 runs in two consecutive ODIs

    Here is a list of batsmen who achieved an identical individual score of 60 or more runs in two consecutive Limited-overs International innings (in which batted).
    Code:
    116  HH Gibbs (SAf)        v Ken  Colombo(RPS)  Sep 20, 2002
                               v Ind  Colombo(RPS)  Sep 25, 2002
    
    108  Mohammad Yousuf (Pak) v Zim  Faisalabad    Jan 30, 2008
                               v BD   Lahore        Apr  8, 2008
    
     91  MD Crowe (NZ)         v Aus  Wellington    Mar 24, 1993
                               v Aus  Hamilton      Mar 27, 1993
    
     90  SC Ganguly (Ind)      v Eng  Lord’s        Sep  5, 2004
                               v Ken  Southampton   Sep 11, 2004
    
     84  CL Hooper (WI)        v Ind  Jaipur        Nov 11, 1994
                               v Aus  Bridgetown    Mar  8, 1995
    
     83  JH Kallis (SAf)       v Pak  Colombo(RPS)  Jul  8, 2000
                               v SL   Colombo(SSC)  Jul 11, 2000
    
     78  Javed Miandad (Pak)   v Ind  Nagpur        Mar 24, 1987
                               v Ind  Jamshedpur    Mar 26, 1987
    
     78  A Flintoff (Eng)      v SAf  Leeds         Aug 22, 2008
                               v SAf  The Oval      Aug 29, 2008
    
     69  G Fowler (Eng)        v NZ   Birmingham    Jun 15, 1983
                               v Pak  Manchester    Jun 18, 1983
    
     65  MG Bevan (Aus)        v Ind  Cochin        Apr  1, 1998
                               v Zim  Ahmedabad     Apr  3, 1998
    
     66  RT Ponting (Aus)      v SL   Grenada       Apr 16, 2007
                               v NZ   Grenada       Apr 20, 2007
    
     64  AH Jones (NZ)         v Eng  Wellington    Feb 13, 1991
                               v Eng  Auckland      Feb 16, 1991
    
     63  IM Chappell (Aus)     v WI   Adelaide      Dec 20, 1975
                               v WI   Sydney        Dec 21, 1979
    
     63  WJ Cronje (SAf)       v Ken  Nairobi(Gym)  Oct  3, 1996
                               v Ind  Hyderabad(I)  Oct 17, 1996
    
     62  PA de Silva (SL)      v Ind  Colombo(SSC)  Jul  1, 1998
                               v NZ   Colombo(SSC)  Jul  5, 1998
    
     61  DR Martyn (Aus)       v Ind  Bangalore     Nov 12, 2003
                               v Ind  Calcutta      Nov 18, 2003
    
     60  AJ Stewart (Eng)      v Aus  Melbourne     Jan 26, 2003
                               v Nam  East London   Feb 19, 2003
    
     
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    Hundred on Test Debut and Fifty on ODI Debut

    Code:
    Kepler Wessels (AUS)
     79      v New Zealand      Melbourne       9 Jan 1983   (O)
    162      v England          Brisbane        26 Nov 1982  (T)
    
    DSBP Kuruppu (SL)
     72      v Pak              Swansea         Jun 9, 1983
    201*     v NZ               Colombo(CCC)           1986-87 
    
    Pravin Amre (IND)
     55      v South Africa     Kolkata         10 Nov 1991  (O)
    103      v South Africa     Durban          13 Nov 1992  (T)
    
    Adrian Barath (WI)
     50      v Zimbabwe         Providence       4 Mar 2010 (O)
    104      v Australia        Brisbane        26 Nov 2009 (T)
     
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    Most ODIs without/before batting

    Here is a list of players who in their Limited-overs International careers have appeared in at least three matches without ever batting.

    Code:
     7  A Mishra (Ind)
    
     5  TE Tucker (Ber)
    
     4  CW Henderson and LL Tsotsobe (SAf);
        TAP Sekhar (Ind); Abdur Rauf (Pak)
    
     3  NGB Cook (Eng); AJ Mackay (Aus);
        PL Harris (SAf); Ashfaq Ahmed (Pak)
    Players who appeared in more than five Limited-overs International matches before batting.

    Code:
    11  NW Bracken (Aus)
    
    10  ARC Fraser (Eng)
    
     9  JS Patel (NZ); VB John (SL)
    
     8  M Hayward (SAf); M Dillon (WI); Tauseef Ahmed (Pak)
    
     6  PS de Villiers and WD Parnell (SAf);
        BP Patterson and CA Walsh (WI); DK Morrison (NZ);
        Jalaluddin (Pak) 
     
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    Long interval between start of brothers' ODI careers

    Here is a list of brothers who began their Limited-overs International careers at least 7 years apart. The first match of both is given.

    Code:
    Yr-Days
    12-170  A Ranatunga     SL  v Eng  Colombo(SSC)  Feb 14, 1982
            S Ranatunga     SL  v Pak  Colombo(RPS)  Aug  3, 1994
    
    12- 22  Manzoor Elahi   Pak v Ind  Quetta        Oct 12, 1984
            Zahoor Elahi    Pak v Zim  Peshawar      Nov  3, 1996
    
    11-360  Wasim Raja      Pak v NZ   Christchurch  Feb 11, 1973
            Rameez Raja     Pa  v NZ   Christchurch  Feb  2, 1985
    
    10-354  A Ranatunga     SL  v Eng  Colombo(SSC)  Feb 14, 1982
            N Ranatunga     SL  v Zim  Sharjah       Feb  3, 1993
    
    10-348  Manzoor Elahi   Pak v Ind  Quetta        Oct 12, 1984
            Salim Elahi     Pak v SL   Gujranwala    Sep 29, 1995
    
    10-  7  PA Horne        NZ  v WI   Dunedin       Mar 18, 1987
            MJ Horne        NZ  v SL   Christchurch  Mar 25, 1997
    
     9-356  LN Onyango      Ken v SL   Kandy         Mar  6, 1996
            N Odhiambo      Ken v Zim  Bulawayo      Feb 25, 2006
    
     9-321  GS&IM Chappell  Aus v Eng  Melbourne     Jan  5, 1971
            TM Chappell     Aus v NZ   Adelaide      Nov 23, 1980
    
     8-294  A Ranatunga     SL  v Eng  Colombo(SSC)  Feb 14, 1982
            D Ranatunga     SL  v Ind  Poona         Dec  5, 1990
    
     8-159  H Masakadza     Zim v SAf  Bulawayo      Sep 23, 2001
            WS Masakadza    Zim v WI   Providence    Mar  4, 2010
    
     7-234  BB McCullum     NZ  v Aus  Sydney        Jan 17, 2002
            NL McCullum     NZ  v SL   Colombo(RPS)  Sep  8, 2009
    Sons whose Limited-overs International careers began at least 20 years after their fathers’ last match. The last match of the father (first line) and the first of the son (second line) are given.
    Code:
    22-356  RGA Headley     WI  v Eng  The Oval      Sep  7, 1973
            DW Headley      Eng v Pak  Manchester    Aug 28, 1996
    
    22- 73  Majid Khan      Pak v Eng  Manchester    Jul 19, 1982
            Bazid Khan      Pak v Zim  Multan        Sep 30, 2004
    

    Shortest interval between end of father’s career and beginning of son’s:
    Code:
     5-296  BL Cairns       NZ  v WI   Bridgetown    Apr 23, 1985
            CL Cairns       NZ  v Eng  Wellington    Feb 13, 1991 
     
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    Where are you getting these stats from Husker?
     
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    I get these most of these stats from another forum. Sometimes I use StatusGuru at Cricinfo... but I don't have a cricket "database" or anything of that sort.
     
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    Foreign-born ODI players


    Here is a list (confined to the full members of the ICC and Kenya) of foreign-born Limited-overs International players. Addition/corrections are welcome.

    ENGLAND:
    TR Ambrose New Castle, New South Wales
    JE Benjamin Christ Church, St Kitts
    DR Brown Stirling, Scotland
    RO Butcher East Point, St Philip, Barbados
    AR Caddick Christchurch, New Zealand
    NG Cowans Enfield St Mary, Jamaica
    MC Cowdrey Bangalore, India
    RDB Croft Morriston, Swansea, Wales
    PAJ DeFreitas Scotts Head, Dominica
    MH Denness Bellshill, Scotland
    BL D'Oliveira Cape Town, South Africa
    PH Edmonds Lusaka, Northern Rhodesia
    AW Greig Queenstown, South Africa
    GA Hick Salisbury, Rhodesia
    AJ Hollioake Melbourne, Australia
    BC Holliaoke Melbourne, Australia
    N Hussain Madras, India
    RD Jackman Simla, India
    JA Jameson Bombay, India
    GO Jones Kundiawa, Papua New Guinea
    SP Jones Morriston, Swansea, Wales
    EC Joyce Dublin, Ireland
    AJ Lamb Langebaanweg, Cape Province, South Africa
    C Kieswetter Johannesburg, South Africa
    CC Lewis Georgetown, Guyana
    MA Lynch Georgetown, Guyana
    DE Malcolm Kingston, Jamaica
    EJG Morgan Dublin, Ireland
    KP Pietersen Pietermaritzbug, South Africa
    PI Pocock Bangor, Wales
    DR Pringle Nairobi, Kenya
    MJ Prior Johannesburg, South Africa
    NV Radford Luanshya, Northern Rhodesia
    DA Reeve Kowloon, Hong Kong
    OA Shah Karachi, Pakistan
    WN Slack Troumaca, St Vincent
    GC Small St George, Barbados
    CL Smith Durban, South Africa
    RA Smith Durban, South Africa
    V Solanki Udaipur, India
    AJ Strauss Johannesburg, South Africa
    JG Thomas Trebanos, Wales
    IJL Trott Cape Town, South Africa
    SL Watkin Duffryn Rhondda, Wales
    RA Woolmer Kanpur, India

    AUSTRALIA:
    MC Henriques Funchal, Portugal
    BP Julian Hamilton, New Zealand
    KH MacLeay Bedford-on-Avon, Wiltshire
    L Ronchi Dannevirk, New Zealand
    A Symonds Birmingham, England
    KC Wessels Bloemfontein, South Africa
    DF Whatmore Colombo, Ceylon

    SOUTH AFRICA:
    DM Benkstein Salisbury, Rhodesia
    GH Bodi Hathuran, Gujarat, India
    S Elworthy Bulawayo, Rhodesia
    PL Harris Salisbury, Rhodesia

    WEST INDIES:
    CO Browne London, England
    BP Nash Attadale, West Australia

    NEW ZEALAND:
    TK Canning Rose Park, South Australia
    GD Elliott Johannesburg, South Africa
    MJ Haslam Bury, Lancashire
    DN Patel Nairobi, Kenya
    V Pollard Burnley, Lancashire
    AJ Redmond Perth, West Australia
    MS Sinclair Katherine, Northern Territory
    LW Stott Rochdale, Lancashire
    SB Styris Brisbane, Queensland
    RG Twose Torquay, Devon, England
    JTC Vaughan Hereford, England

    INDIA:
    RR Singh Princes Town, Trinidad

    PAKISTAN:
    Asif Iqbal Hyderabad, India
    Intikhab Alam Hoshiarpour, India
    Majid Khan Ludhiana, India
    Mushtaq Mohammad Junagadh, India
    Nasim-ul-Ghani Delhi, India
    Qasim Omar Nairobi, Kenya
    Sadiq Mohammad Junagadh, India
    Younis Ahmed Jullundur, India
    Pervez Mir Dacca, East Pakistan

    SRI LANKA:
    J Mubarak Washington DC, USA

    ZIMBABWE:
    MG Burmester Durban, South Africa
    EA Brandes Port Shepstone, South Africa
    A Flower Cape Town, South Africa
    HK Olonga Lusaka, Zambia
    GM Strydom Pretoria, South Africa
    AJ Traicos Zagazig, Egypt

    BANGLADESH:
    27 Bangladeshi Limited-overs International players were born before the Independence, therefore, technically were foreign-born.

    KENYA:
    RL Bhudia Raydhanar, Gujarat, India
    T Mishra Bombay, India
     

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