Cricket in numbers, records and useless statistics

Discussion in 'Cricket Talk' started by HuskerFan, Feb 6, 2010.

Users Who Have Read This Thread (Total: 0)

  1. HuskerFan
    Offline

    HuskerFan Talented

    Jan 30, 2010
    2,067
    0-10 ODI Career Runs in most number of matches.

    Code:
    [B]Player  	          Mat  	Inns  	NO  	[B]Runs [/B]  HS  	Ave  	BF  	 SR  	0  	[/B]
    A Mishra (India)  	   10  	 1  	0  	 0  	0  	0.00  	 3  	0.00  	1
    Mohammad Kashif (Neth)     11  	 3  	0  	 1  	1  	0.33  	17  	5.88  	2
    RJ Kirtley (Eng)  	   11  	 2  	0  	 2  	1  	1.00  	11  	18.18  	0
    IE O'Brien (NZ)  	   10  	 2  	2  	 3  	3*  	 -  	11  	27.27  	0   
    DE Bollinger (Aus)  	   26  	 4  	2  	 4  	3  	2.00  	 6  	66.66  	1  
    Sivaramakrishnan (India)   16  	 4  	2  	 5  	2*  	2.50  	24  	20.83  	0  
    M Hendrick (Eng)  	   22  	10  	5  	 6  	2*  	1.20  	22  	27.27  	3
    EA Moseley (WI)  	    9  	 6  	2  	 7  	2*  	1.75  	15  	46.66  	2
    CS Martin (NZ)  	   20  	 7  	2  	 8  	3  	1.60  	27  	29.62  	2
    AG Huckle (Zim)  	   19  	 8  	4  	 9  	5*  	2.25  	16  	56.25  	3
    Shabbir Ahmed (Pak)  	   32  	11  	5  	10  	2  	1.66  	29  	34.48  	0 
     
  2. HuskerFan
    Offline

    HuskerFan Talented

    Jan 30, 2010
    2,067

    500 runs in 2/3-Test series


    Here is a list of batsmen who have scored 500 or more runs while appearing in three or fewer matches in a Test series.
    Code:
                     M  I  NO  R    Avge
    GA Gooch         3  6  0  752  125.33   Eng v Ind in Eng  1990
    BC Lara          3  6  0  668  114.67   WI  v SL  in SL   2001-02
    Mohammad Yousuf  3  5  0  665  113.00   Pak v WI  in Pak  2006-07
    Zaheer Abbas     3  5  2  583  194.33   Pak v Ind in Pak  1978-79
    ST Jayasuriya    2  3  0  571  190.33   SL  v Ind in SL   1997-98
    WR Hammond       2  2  1  563  563.00   Eng v NZ  in NZ   1932-33
    SM Nurse         3  5  0  558  111.60   WI  v NZ  in NZ   1968-69
    Salim Malik      3  6  0  557   92.83   Pak v Aus in Pak  1994-95
    Younis Khan      3  5  0  553  110.60   Pak v Ind in Pak  2005-06
    ML Hayden        3  6  1  549  109.80   Aus v Ind in Ind  2000-01
    V Sehwag         3  6  0  544   90.66   Ind v Pak in Ind  2004-05
    A Flower         2  4  2  540  270.00   Zim v Ind in Ind  2000-01
    SC Ganguly       3  6  0  534   89.00   Ind v Pak in Ind  2007-08
    RT Ponting       3  5  1  523  130.75   Aus v WI  in WI   2002-03
    JC Adams         3  6  3  520  173.33   WI  v Ind in Ind  1994-95
    RT Ponting       3  6  1  515  103.00   Aus v SAf in Aus  2005-06
    AH Jones         3  6  1  513  102.60   NZ  v SL  in NZ   1990-91
    MA Taylor        3  5  1  513  128.25   Aus v Pak in Pak  1998-99
    DPM Jayawardene  2  3  0  510  170.00   SL  v SAf in SL   2006
    Younis Khan      3  6  1  508  101.60   Pak v Ind in Ind  2004-05
    Shoaib Mohammad  3  5  2  507  169.00   Pak v NZ  in Pak  1990-91
    Javed Miandad    3  5  1  504  126.00   Pak v NZ  in Pak  1976-77
    VVS Laxman       3  6  0  503   83.83   Ind v Aus in Ind  2000-01
    ML Hayden        2  3  1  501  250.50   Aus v Zim in Aus  2003-04 
     
  3. Major
    Offline

    Major Cornered Tiger

    Apr 28, 2010
    12,543
    i never get one thing in cricket when u look at the score cards y are all the muslim players name writen full, when all the other players have the first and middle intials.
     
  4. HuskerFan
    Offline

    HuskerFan Talented

    Jan 30, 2010
    2,067
    0 & 50 on Test Debut

    Here is a list of players who were dismissed for a duck in the first innings of their debut Test and scored 50 or more runs in the second innings.

    Code:
    0 &  53  J Darling         Aus v Eng  Sydney(1)    1894-95 L 
    0 &  50* AP Freeman        Eng v Aus  Sydney(1)    1924-25 L 
    0 &  52  JA Small          WI  v Eng  Lord's       1928    L 
    0 &  56* W Ferguson        WI  v Eng  Bridgetown   1947-48 D 
    0 &  94  C Milburn         Eng v WI   Manchester   1966    L 
    0 & 137  GR Viswanath      Ind v Aus  Kanpur       1969-70 D 
    0 &  70* AR Lewis          Eng v Ind  Delhi        1972-73 W 
    0 &  77  RL Dias           SL  v Eng  Colombo(PSS) 1981-82 L 
    0 &  57  MAR Samarasekera  SL  v Eng  Lord's       1988    L 
    0 & 109* Mohammas Wasim    Pak v NZ   Lahore       1996-97 L 
    0 &  75  DJ Gandhi         Ind v NZ   Mohali       1999-00 D 
    0 &  75  PJ Hughes         Aus v SAf  Johannesburg 2008-09 W 
    0 &  88  Zulqarnain Haider Pak v Eng  Birmingahm   2010 
    Lewis was captaining his side and Zulqarnain was the only player on the list keeping wicket.
     
  5. HuskerFan
    Offline

    HuskerFan Talented

    Jan 30, 2010
    2,067
    Here is a list of Test matches in which one side was dismissed for less than 100 runs in the first innings and then went on to improve that total by at least 200 runs (Imp) in the second innings.

    Code:
    Imp 
    400   75 & 475  Eng v Aus  Melbourne(4)  1894-95 W 
    360   30 & 390  SAf v Eng  Birmingham    1924    L F/O 
    343   97 & 440  NZ  v Eng  Nottingham    1973    L 
    322   95 & 417  Eng v Aus  Melbourne     1976-77 L 
    294   53 & 347  Aus v Eng  Lord’s        1896    L 
    261   88 & 349  Aus v Pak  Leeds         2010    L 
    252   75 & 327  Ind v WI   Delhi         1987-88 L 
    252   76 & 328  Ind v SAf  Ahmedabad     2007-08 L 
    244   80 & 324  Aus v Eng  Sydney        1936-37 L F/O 
    238   92 & 330  Eng v SAf  Cape Town     1898-99 W 
    238   90 & 328  BD  v SL   Colombo(SSC)  2001-02 L 
    230   90 & 320  Pak v SL   Colombo(PSS)  2009    L 
    224   72 & 296  Pak v Eng  Birmingham    2010    L 
    211   54 & 265  Zim v SAf  Cape Town     2004-05 L 
     
  6. HuskerFan
    Offline

    HuskerFan Talented

    Jan 30, 2010
    2,067
    Here is a list of Limited-overs International matches in which at least one batsman from the side batting first scored more runs than the total achieved by the side batting second. The sides batting first are listed first and the batsmen are in the second line. Matches with no results and with adjusted targets have been excluded.

    Code:
    WI  v Eng (168)   Manchester      May 31, 1984 
                      IVA Richards 189* 
    
    
    Aus v SL  (91)    Adelaide        Jan 28, 1985 
                      AR Border 110*; DM Jones 99* 
    
    
    WI  v NZ  (129)   Berbice         Apr 14, 1985 
                      DL Haynes 145* 
    
    
    WI  v SL  (55)    Sharjah         Dec  3, 1986 
                      RB Richardson 109; CG Greenidge 67 
    
    
    WI  v Aus (91)    Perth           Jan  4, 1987 
                      CG Greenidge 100 
    
    
    WI  v SL  (169-4) Karachi         Oct 13, 1987 
                      IVA Richards 181 
    
    
    Pak v BD  (111-6) Chittagong      Oct 29, 1988 
                      Ijaz Ahmed 124* 
    
    
    Aus v NZ  (94)    Christchurch    Mar  4, 1989 
                      DM Jones 107 
    
    
    WI  v Pak (81)    Sydney          Dec 17, 1992 
                      DL Haynes 96 
    
    
    SL  v Zim (105)   Harare          Nov  6, 1994 
                      PA de Silva 107* 
    
    
    SAf v UAE (152-8) Rawalpindi      Feb 16, 1996 
                      G Kirsten 188* 
    
    
    Zim v Ken (123)   Dhaka           Mar 27, 1999 
                      GW Flower 140 
    
    
    SL  v Ind (54)    Sharjah         Oct 29, 2000 
                      ST Jayasuriya 189 
    
    
    Pak v Zim (78)    Sharjah         Apr 17, 2002 
                      Mohammad Yousuf 129 
    
    
    Aus v Pak (108)   Nairobi         Aug 30, 2002 
                      ML Hayden 146 
    
    
    SL  v Net (86)    Colombo(RPS)    Sep 16, 2002 
                      MS Atapattu 101 
    
    
    SAf v  BD  (133)  Potchefstroom   Oct  3, 2002 
                      HH Gibbs 153 
    
    
    Ind v Nam (130)   PietermaritzburgFeb 23, 2003 
                      SR Tendulkar 152 
    
    
    Aus v Nam (45)    Potchefstroom   Feb 27, 2003 
                      ML Hayden 88; A Symonds 59; DS Lehmann 50* 
    
    
    WI  v Ken (104)   Kimberley       Mar  4, 2003 
                      CH Gayle 119 
    
    
    Ind v BD  (76)    Dhaka           Apr 11, 2003 
                      Yuvraj Singh 102* 
    
    
    SAf v WI  (54)    Cape Town       Jan 25, 2004 
                      JH Kallis 109*; JA Rudolph 61* 
    
    
    NZ  v USA (137)   The Oval        Sep 10, 2004 
                      NJ Astle 145* 
    
    
    SAf v Ind (91)    Durban          Nov 22, 2006 
                      JH Kallis 119* 
    
    
    SL  v NZ  (73)    Auckland        Jan  6, 2007 
                      KC Sangakkara 79 
    
    
    SL  v Ber (78)   Port-of-Spain   Mar 15, 2007 
                     DPM Jayawardene 85 
    
    
    Pak v Zim (99)   Kingston        Mar 21, 2007 
                     Imran Nazir 160 
    
    
    NZ  v Ire (112)  Aberdeen       Jul  1, 2008 
                     BB McCullum 166; JAH Marshall 161 
    
    
    Aus v BD  (74)   Darwin         Aug 30, 2008 
                     MEK Hussey 85; SE Marsh 76 
    
    
    SL  v Pak (75)   Lahore         Jan 24, 2009 
                     TM Dilshan 137* 
    
    
    NZ  v Ind (88)   Dambulla       Aug 10, 2010 
                     LRPL Taylor 95; SB Styris 89 
     
  7. HuskerFan
    Offline

    HuskerFan Talented

    Jan 30, 2010
    2,067
    Test career batting average never below 40

    Here is a list of batsmen whose batting average never dipped below 40.00 at any time during their Test careers. The last column gives the lowest batting average of the career/the innings (In) after which it was achieved.

    Qualification - batted in at least 50 innings
    Code:
                           M   Inn  No  Runs   Avg   Lowest/In 
    H Sutcliffe (Eng)      54   84   9  4555  60.73  60.73/84 
    TT Samaraweera (SL)    60   95  16  4244  53.72  40.04/61 
    Javed Miandad (Pak)   124  189  21  8832  52.57  51.75/76 
    SM Gavaskar (Ind)     125  214  16 10122  51.12  47.70/59 
    DCS Compton (Eng)      78  131  15  5807  50.06  42.94/22 
    FMM Worrell (WI)       51   87   9  3860  49.49  49.49/87 
    KD Walters (Aus)       74  125  14  5357  48.26  47.03/65 
    AC Gilchrist (Aus)     96  137  20  5570  47.61  43.50/2 
    WM Lawry (Aus)         67  123  12  5234  47.15  40.29/17 
    CC Hunte (WI)          44   78   6  3245  45.07  40.92/53 
    M Azharuddin (Ind)     99  147   9  6215  45.04  43.96/120 
    AI Kallicharran (WI)   66  109  10  4399  44.43  44.31/108 
    DI Gower (Eng)        117  204  18  8231  44.25  40.53/55 
    AN Cook (Eng)          58  105   6  4238  42.38  40.88/68 
    SC Ganguly (Ind)      112  188  17  7212  42.18  40.42/88 
    Cook is gradually working his way out of this list. His data do not
    include The Oval Test.
     
  8. LBW
    Offline

    LBW Youngsta Beauty

    Jul 18, 2010
    309
    good record keeping
     
  9. HuskerFan
    Offline

    HuskerFan Talented

    Jan 30, 2010
    2,067
    Nightwatchman on Test debut

    Nightwatchmen are sometimes difficult to define, still here is my list of the lower order batsmen who were used as nightwatchmen in their debut Test matches. The innings are at the end of the lines.

    Code:
    EFS Tylecote      Eng v Aus  Melbourne(1)    1882-83  2nd 
    HR Butt           Eng v SAf  Port Elizabeth  1895-96  2nd 
    JDA O'Connor      Aus v Eng  Adelaide        1907-08  2nd 
    T Campbell        SAf v Eng  Johannesburg(1) 1909-10  2nd 
    ER Wilson         Eng v Aus  Sydney(5)       1920-21  2nd 
    AS Kennedy        Eng v SAf  Johannesburg(1) 1922-23  2nd 
    PM Hornibrook     Aus v Eng  Melbourne(5)    1928-29  2nd 
    LG Hylton         WI  v Eng  Bridgetown      1934-35  2nd 
    M Baqa Jilani     Ind v Eng  The Oval        1936     2nd 
    MW Sievers        Aus v Eng  Brisbane        1936-37  2nd 
    FE Fisher         NZ  v SAf  Wellington      1952-53  1st 
    D Wilson          Eng v Ind  Madras          1963-64  1st 
    RM Edwards        WI  v Aus  Melbourne       1968-69  2nd 
    MA Holding        WI  v Aus  Brisbane        1975-76  2nd 
    JR Ratnayeke      SL  v Pak  Karachi         1981-82  1st 
    WW Davis          WI  v Ind  St John's       1982-83  1st 
    RC Russell        Eng v SL   Lord's          1988     1st 
    IR Bishop         WI  v Ind  Georgetown      1988-89  1st 
    SLV Raju          Ind v NZ   Christchurch    1989-90  1st 
    NF Williams       Eng v Ind  The Oval        1990     1st 
    Moin Khan         Pak v WI   Faisalabad      1990-91  2nd 
    Masood Anwar      Pak v WI   Lahore          1990-91  2nd 
    IDK Salisbury     Eng v Pak  Lord's          1992     2nd 
    MG Burmester      Zim v Ind  Harare          1992-93  1st 
    PK Wijetunge      SL  v SAf  Moratuwa        1993-94  2nd 
    PA Emery          Aus v Pak  Lahore          1994-95  1st 
    PT Collins        WI  v Aus  Port-of-Spain   1998-99  1st 
    CEL Stuart        WI  v Aus  Melbourne       2000-01  2nd 
    RJ Sidebottom     Eng v Pak  Lord's          2001     1st 
    Riaz Afridi       Pak v SL   Karachi         2004-05  1st 
    AG Cremer         Zim v BD   Chittagong      2004-05  1st 
    IDR Bradshaw      WI  v NZ   Auckland        2005-06  1st 
    Abdur Rehman      Pak v SAf  Karachi         2007-08  1st 
    Abdur Rauf        Pak v SL   Galle           2009     1st 
    RA Austin         WI  v BD   Arnos Vale      2009     1st 
    Wahab Riaz        Pak v Eng  The Oval        2010     1st 
     
  10. HuskerFan
    Offline

    HuskerFan Talented

    Jan 30, 2010
    2,067
    Career best individual score achieved as nightwatchman

    Here is a list of players who achieved their career best individual scores (Sco) in a Test innings in which they were used as a nightwatchman. # indicates their batting position in the innings.
    Code:
    Sco  # 
     31  4  Abdur Rauf       Pak v SL   Galle        2009 
     34  4  JM Anderson      Eng v SAf  Leeds        2008 
     79  4  AV Bedser        Eng v Aus  Leeds        1948 
     33  3  CEH Croft        WI  v Eng  Bridgetown   1980-81 
     59  5  BN French        Eng v Pak  Manchester   1987 
    201* 3  JN Gillespie     Aus v BD   Chittagong   2005-06 
     95  3  EE Hemmings      Eng v Aus  Sydney       1982-83 
     30  4  CW Henderson     SAf v Aus  Adelaide     2001-02 
     56  3  Iqbal Qasim      Pak v SL   Karachi      1981-82 
     56  4  RR Jumadeen      WI  v Ind  Kanpur       1978-79 
     43  3  M Kartik         Ind v BD   Mirpur       2009-10 
     98  4  H Larwood        Eng v Aus  Sydney(5)    1932-33 
    105  3  AL Mann          Aus v Ind  Perth        1977-78 
     37  4  Masood Anwar     Pak v WI   Lahore       1990-91 
     31  5  SLV Raju         Ind v NZ   Christchurch 1989-90 
     67  4  DR Ring          Aus v WI   Adelaide     1951-52 
     40  4  Shahadat Hossain BD  v Ind  Mirpur       2009-10 
     54  3  C Sharma         Ind v Aus  Adelaide     1985-86 
     99* 3  AJ Tudor         Eng v NZ   Birmingham   1999 
     27  3  Wahab Riaz       Pak v Eng  The Oval     2010 
     26  3  ET Willett       WI  v Ind  Delhi        1974-75 
     85  3  Wasim Bari       Pak v Ind  Lahore       1978-79
     
  11. Sir John
    Offline

    Sir John Tracer Bullet

    May 25, 2010
    6,815
    good job husker.well done.
     
  12. HuskerFan
    Offline

    HuskerFan Talented

    Jan 30, 2010
    2,067
  13. pakmufc
    Offline

    pakmufc Guest

    I think i may be right, was that Hameeds first test match duck today?
     
  14. HuskerFan
    Offline

    HuskerFan Talented

    Jan 30, 2010
    2,067
    Yes.... 1st duck in 47 innings.
     
  15. HuskerFan
    Offline

    HuskerFan Talented

    Jan 30, 2010
    2,067
    Code:
    A. Most dismissals in Test career without ever being out BOWLED: 
    
     24  CO Browne and RO Hinds (WI) 
     21  MH Dekker (Zim) 
     16  PL Taylor (Aus); SB Bangar (Ind); S Ranatunga (SL) 
     15  JH Hampshire (Eng) 
     14  SAR Silva (SL) 
     13  D Lloyd (Eng) 
     12  JB Bolus (Eng); PJ Hughes and BK Shepherd (Aus); PAM Hands (SAf); 
         XM Marshall (WI); JS Patel (NZ) 
     11  MP Donnelly and JAH Marshall (NZ) 
     10  CS Baugh and SC Joseph (WI); PK Amre (Ind); 
         Abdur Razzak and Manjural Islam Rana (BD) 
    For Pakistan: 
      9  Ata-ur-Rahman (Pak) 
    
    
    B. Most dismissals in Test career without ever being out CAUGHT: 
    
    
      7  JT Partridge (SAf); DT Dewdney (WI); Israr Ali (Pak) 
      6  AN Hornby (Eng); DE Bollinger (Aus); AH McKinnon (SAf) 
      5  J Hunter and SJ Staples (Eng); JJ Kotze and FW Smith (SAf); 
         S Guha (Ind); RGCE Wijesuriya (SL) 
    For other countries: 
      4  AJ Traicos (Zim) 
      3  PN Webb (NZ) 
      1  Nazmul Hossain (BD) 
    
    
    B1. Most dismissals in Test career without ever being out CAUGHT BY 
    WICKETKEEPER: 
    
    
     43  GA Faulkner (SAf) 
     40  PT Collins (WI) 
     33  Mahmood Hussain (Pak) 
     27  JM Read (Eng) 
     26  WW Read (Eng); HB Cave (NZ) 
     25  H Larwood (Eng); A Cotter and GRA Langley (Aus); 
         WKM Benjamin (WI) 
     24  DJ Capel and CP Mead (Eng) 
     23  FR Spofforth (Aus); SJ Pegler (SAf) 
     22  KS Ranjitsinhji (Eng) 
     20  JD Higgs and SP Jones (Aus); PNF Mansell (SAf) 
    For other countries: 
     16  CS Nayudu (Ind) 
     15  TJ Friend (Zim) 
     14  Naimur Rahman (BD) 
     10  CI Dunusinghe (SL) 
    
    
    B2. Most dismissals Test career without ever being out CAUGHT IN THE 
    FIELD: 
    
    
     13  SE Bond (NZ) 
     11  L Tuckett (SAf) 
     10  H Graham (Aus); FJ Cameron (NZ) 
      9  RB Kenny (Ind); Pervez Sajjad (Pak) 
      8  LJ Moon (Eng) 
      7  JT Partridge and F Nicholson (SAf); 
         DT Dewdney and RM Edwards (WI); Israr Ali (Pak) 
      6  AN Hornby, A Lyttelton and F Ridgway (Eng); AH McKinnon (SAf); 
         J Angel and DE Bollinger (Aus); DAR Moloney and JT Ward (NZ); 
         CN Evans and AJ Traicos (Zim); Jahurul Islam (BD) 
     For Sri Lanka: 
      5  RGCE Wijesuriya 
    
    
    C. Most dismissals in Test career without ever being out LBW: 
    
    
     58  J Darling (Aus) 
     47  Shahid Afridi (Pak) 
     44  WH Ponsford (Aus) 
     37  RG Pollock (SAf) 
     36  Tamim Iqbal (BD) 
     35  J Hardstaff, jr (Eng) 
     34  WG Grace (Eng) 
     32  APF Chapman (Eng); WJ O'Reilly (Aus)  30  GJ Bonnor and MHN 
    Walker (Aus) 
    For other countries: 
     26  HB Cave (NZ) 
     22  Hanumant Singh and NS Tamhane (Ind) 
     17  JED Sealy (WI) 
      9  KPJ Warnaweera (SL) 
      6  CB Mpofu (Zim) 
    
    
    D. Most dismissals in Test career without ever being out RUN OUT: 
    
    
    169  Kapil Dev (Ind) 
    109  Mudassar Nazar (Pak) 
    108  GA Hick (Eng) 
    102  AN Cook (Eng) 
     99  PD Collingwood (Eng) 
     97  PBH May (Eng) 
     90  R Benaud (Aus) 
     89  Rameez Raja (Pak) 
     80  Nawab of Pataudi, jr (Ind) 
     79  R Illingworth (Eng) 
     78  Javed Omar (BD) 
     74  Khaled Mashud (BD) 
     73  JC Adams (WI) 
     71  FS Trueman (Eng); IDS Smith (NZ) 
    For other countries: 
     61  AA Donald (SAf) 
     43  T Taibu (Zim) 
     25  WU Tharanga (SL) 
    
    
    E. Most dismissals in Test career without ever being out STUMPED: 
    
    
    182  S Chanderpaul (WI) 
    174  DPM Jayawardene (SL) 
    155  N Hussain (Eng) 
    142  GC Smith (SAf) 
    138  MP Vaughan (Eng) 
    134  AJ Strauss (Eng) 
    132  Salim Malik (Pak) 
    129  DL Vettori (NZ) 
    127  RN Harvey (Aus) 
    125  RJ Hadlee (NZ) 
    118  JH Edrich (Eng) 
    117  GW Flower (Zim) 
    116  KF Barrington (Eng) 
    102  AN Cook (Eng); RC Fredericks (WI) 
    For other countries: 
     86  CG Borde (Ind) 
     78  Javed Omar (BD) 
     
  16. HuskerFan
    Offline

    HuskerFan Talented

    Jan 30, 2010
    2,067
    Dhoni just lost another toss. Made me look, where he stands in all time Toss winners/losers list. Here is a list of all test captains who have captained their teams in 10 or tests;

    Code:
    [B]Mat  Toss Won	Toss win %	Span		Captain[/B]
    14	11	78.57%		2005-2006	S Chanderpaul
    24	18	75.00%		1949-1953	AL Hassett
    16	12	75.00%		1930-1935	RES Wyatt
    12	 9	75.00%		1927-1931	HG Deane
    15	11	73.33%		1903-1909	MA Noble
    21	15	71.43%		1996-2002	ADR Campbell
    17	12	70.59%		1969-1975	Intikhab Alam
    39	27	69.23%		1965-1972	GS Sobers
    16	11	68.75%		1992-1994	KC Wessels
    22	15	68.18%		2001-2002	CL Hooper
    18	12	66.67%		1993-1995	KR Rutherford
    38	25	65.79%		1999-2002	ST Jayasuriya
    14	 9	64.29%		1947-1950	NWD Yardley
    11	 7	63.64%		1921-1926	HL Collins
    41	26	63.41%		1955-1961	PBH May
    27	17	62.96%		1959-1969	MC Cowdrey
    21	13	61.90%		2000-2004	HH Streak
    47	29	61.70%		1990-1999	M Azharuddin
    18	11	61.11%		1913-1924	HW Taylor
    23	14	60.87%		1986-1988	MW Gatting
    48	29	60.42%		1975-1983	GS Chappell
    25	15	60.00%		2003-2007	R Dravid
    25	15	60.00%		1996-2000	SR Tendulkar
    20	12	60.00%		1938-1947	WR Hammond
    15	 9	60.00%		2000-2001	JC Adams
    15	 9	60.00%		1960-1963	FMM Worrell
    10	 6	60.00%		1959-1961	Fazal Mahmood
    27	16	59.26%		2006-2010	AJ Strauss
    22	13	59.09%		1976-1978	BS Bedi
    22	13	59.09%		1994-1997	CA Walsh
    12	 7	58.33%		1960-1962	NJ Contractor
    12	 7	58.33%		2001-2004	Khaled Mashud
    14	 8	57.14%		1951-1953	VS Hazare
    14	 8	57.14%		2007-2008	A Kumble
    14	 8	57.14%		1988-1990	JG Wright
    30	17	56.67%		1971-1975	IM Chappell
    30	17	56.67%		1980-1985	GP Howarth
    78	43	55.13%		2003-2010	GC Smith
    22	12	54.55%		1948-1957	JDC Goddard
    11	 6	54.55%		1936-1948	GOB Allen
    11	 6	54.55%		2006-2007	A Flintoff
    11	 6	54.55%		1964-1967	Hanif Mohammad
    11	 6	54.55%		2009-2010	KC Sangakkara
    57	31	54.39%		1999-2004	SR Waugh
    13	 7	53.85%		1952-1955	JB Stollmeyer
    15	 8	53.33%		1984-1987	JV Coney
    17	 9	52.94%		1926-1931	APF Chapman
    19	10	52.63%		1968-1972	GT Dowling
    19	10	52.63%		1982-1987	LRD Mendis
    19	10	52.63%		1976-1979	Mushtaq Mohammad
    48	25	52.08%		1982-1992	Imran Khan
    50	26	52.00%		1994-1999	MA Taylor
    27	14	51.85%		2007-2010	DL Vettori
    56	29	51.79%		1989-1999	A Ranatunga
    31	16	51.61%		2001-2007	Inzamam-ul-Haq 
    40	20	50.00%		1962-1975	MAK Pataudi
    34	17	50.00%		1956-1965	JR Reid
    28	14	50.00%		2006-2009	DPMD Jayawardene
    24	12	50.00%		1992-1995	RB Richardson
    22	11	50.00%		1897-1909	AC MacLaren
    20	10	50.00%		1993-2000	A Flower
    18	 9	50.00%		1958-1960	FCM Alexander
    18	 9	50.00%		2002-2005	MS Atapattu
    16	 8	50.00%		1990-1993	MD Crowe
    12	 6	50.00%		1980-1981	IT Botham
    12	 6	50.00%		1995-1997	LK Germon
    12	 6	50.00%		1994-1995	Saleem Malik
    10	 5	50.00%		1910-1912	C Hill
    10	 5	50.00%		2004-2005	T Taibu
    10	 5	50.00%		1987-1989	DB Vengsarkar
    10	 5	50.00%		1935-1936	HF Wade
    10	 5	50.00%		1903-1906	PF Warner
    93	46	49.46%		1984-1994	AR Border
    39	19	48.72%		1964-1978	RB Simpson
    72	35	48.61%		2004-2010	RT Ponting
    31	15	48.39%		1969-1973	R Illingworth
    25	12	48.00%		1930-1934	WM Woodfull
    19	 9	47.37%		1974-1975	MH Denness
    74	35	47.30%		1974-1985	CH Lloyd
    34	16	47.06%		1988-1993	GA Gooch
    17	 8	47.06%		1993-2003	Waqar Younis
    47	22	46.81%		1976-1985	SM Gavaskar
    15	 7	46.67%		1931-1934	DR Jardine
    15	 7	46.67%		1948-1951	AD Nourse
    28	13	46.43%		1979-1984	KJ Hughes
    80	37	46.25%		1997-2006	SP Fleming
    13	 6	46.15%		1973-1974	RB Kanhai
    50	23	46.00%		1980-1991	IVA Richards
    51	23	45.10%		2003-2008	MP Vaughan
    20	 9	45.00%		2007-2010	CH Gayle
    18	 8	44.44%		2004-2007	Habibul Bashar
    18	 8	44.44%		1982-1984	RGD Willis
    34	15	44.12%		1983-1987	Kapil Dev
    32	14	43.75%		1982-1989	DI Gower
    16	 7	43.75%		1880-1890	WL Murdoch
    16	 7	43.75%		1971-1974	AL Wadekar
    23	10	43.48%		1952-1958	AH Kardar
    30	13	43.33%		1961-1964	ER Dexter
    49	21	42.86%		2000-2005	SC Ganguly
    14	 6	42.86%		1975-1977	AW Greig
    14	 6	42.86%		1983-1984	Zaheer Abbas
    54	23	42.59%		1993-2001	MA Atherton
    47	20	42.55%		1997-2006	BC Lara
    45	19	42.22%		1999-2003	N Hussain
    31	13	41.94%		1977-1981	JM Brearley
    24	10	41.67%		1936-1948	DG Bradman
    12	 5	41.67%		1930-1935	GC Grant
    53	22	41.51%		1994-2000	WJ Cronje
    25	10	40.00%		1964-1966	MJK Smith
    15	 6	40.00%		1952-1955	JE Cheetham
    10	 4	40.00%		1920-1921	WW Armstrong
    10	 4	40.00%		1978-1980	MG Burgess
    10	 4	40.00%		1938-1947	A Melville
    28	11	39.29%		1958-1963	R Benaud
    18	 7	38.89%		1911-1924	JWHT Douglas
    13	 5	38.46%		2007-2009	Mohammad Ashraful
    13	 5	38.46%		1998-2001	Moin Khan
    13	 5	38.46%		1906-1911	PW Sherwell
    34	12	35.29%		1980-1993	Javed Miandad
    [B]17	 6	35.29%		2008-2010	MS Dhoni[/B]
    17	 6	35.29%		1954-1956	IWG Johnson
    26	 9	34.62%		2000-2003	SM Pollock
    21	 7	33.33%		1899-1905	J Darling
    15	 5	33.33%		1993-2001	AJ Stewart
    25	 8	32.00%		1968-1971	WM Lawry
    25	 8	32.00%		1993-1999	Wasim Akram
    13	 4	30.77%		1963-1965	TL Goddard
    13	 4	30.77%		1888-1899	WG Grace
    23	 7	30.43%		1952-1955	L Hutton
    14	 4	28.57%		1955-1962	DJ McGlew
    11	 3	27.27%		1999-2004	HP Tillakaratne
    15	 4	26.67%		1947-1952	L Amarnath
    17	 4	23.53%		1972-1975	BE Congdon
    15	 3	20.00%		1949-1951	FR Brown
    10	 2	20.00%		1976-1977	GM Turner
     
  17. ghulam35
    Offline

    ghulam35 Emerging Player

    Feb 17, 2010
    550
    The must intriguing thread ever, keep it going. Great work
     
  18. HuskerFan
    Offline

    HuskerFan Talented

    Jan 30, 2010
    2,067
    Thanx!
    I'll keep it going just for you, if you promise to do RBS fantasy competition! :)
     
  19. ghulam35
    Offline

    ghulam35 Emerging Player

    Feb 17, 2010
    550
    Just for you, its back.
     
  20. HuskerFan
    Offline

    HuskerFan Talented

    Jan 30, 2010
    2,067
    ..and you know what...... if there was an award for the Best Poster on CS, I would give it you right now!!!! :cool:
     
  21. HuskerFan
    Offline

    HuskerFan Talented

    Jan 30, 2010
    2,067
    Most wickets in two consecutive ODIs

    Here is a list of instances where a bowler took 10 or more wickets in any two consecutive Limited-overs International innings (in which bowled).

    Code:
    [B]THIRTEEN: [/B]
    Waqar Younis (Pak)    7/36  v Eng  Leeds        Jun 17, 2001 W 
                          6/59  v Aus  Nottingham   Jun 19, 2001 W 
    
    
    [B]ELEVEN: [/B]
    GJ Gilmour (Aus)      6/14  v Eng  Leeds        Jun 18, 1975 W 
                          5/48  v WI   Lord's       Jun 21, 1975 L 
    
    
    Waqar Younis (Pak)    6/26  v SL   Sharjah      Apr 29, 1990 W 
                          5/20  v NZ   Sharjah      May  1, 1990 W 
    
    
    Azhar Mahmood (Pak)   6/18  v WI   Sharjah      Oct 19, 1999 W 
                          5/28  v SL   Sharjah      Oct 22, 1999 W 
    
    
    [B]TEN: [/B]
    ALF de Mel (SL)       5/39  v Pak  Leeds        Jun 16, 1983 L 
                          5/32  v NZ   Derby        Jun 18, 1983 W 
    
    
    Waqar Younis (Pak)    4/42  v Ind  Sharjah      Apr 27, 1990 W 
                          6/26  v SL   Sharjah      Apr 29, 1990 W 
    
    
    Waqar Younis (Pak)    5/11  v NZ   Peshawar     Nov  4, 1990 W 
                          5/16  v NZ   Sialkot      Nov  6, 1990 W 
    
    
    Waqar Younis (Pak)    5/16  v NZ   Sialkot      Nov  6, 1990 W 
                          5/52  v WI   Karachi      Nov  9, 1990 W 
    
    
    Saqlain Mushtaq (Pak) 5/38  v BD   Colombo(RPS) Jul 16, 1997 W 
                          5/45  v Ind  Toronto      Sep 13, 1997 L 
    
    
    M Muralitharan (SL)   7/30  v Ind  Sharjah      Oct 27, 2000 W 
                          3/6   v Ind  Sharjah      Oct 29, 2000 W 
    
    
    SE Bond (NZ)          6/54  v Ind  Bulawayo     Aug 26, 2005 W 
                          4/42  v Zim  Harare       Aug 31, 2005 W 
    
    
    RJ Harris (Aus)       5/43  v Pak  Adelaide     Jan 26, 2010 W 
                          5/19  v Pak  Perth        Jan 29, 2010 W 
    
    
    Umar Gul (Pak)        6/42  v Eng  The Oval     Sep 17, 2010 W 
                          4/32  v Eng  Lord’s       Sep 20, 2010 W 

    The record for any three consecutive matches is 15 by Waqar, twice. The first instance was 5 wickets in three consecutive innings (see above) and in the second instance, the first entry in the list was preceded by 2/20 in a win against England at Lord’s on Jun 12, 2001.
     
  22. HuskerFan
    Offline

    HuskerFan Talented

    Jan 30, 2010
    2,067
    Here is a list of batsmen who scored at least 50% of the runs in the fourth innings for their sides in a Test match for a win. The batsmen’s sides are listed second. (Qualification – fourth innings target of 200 or more runs)

    Code:
      % 
    62.38  Mohammad Ilyas (126) 
           NZ  (285 & 223)    v Pak (307-8d & 202-2) Karachi     1964-65 
    
    
    62.21  CG Greenidge (214*) 
           Eng (286 & 300-9d) v WI  (245 & 344-1)    Lord’s      1984 
    
    
    57.97  J Darling (160) 
           Eng (335 & 178)    v Aus (239 & 276-4)    Sydney(5)   1897-98 
    
    
    57.55  JL Langer (122*) 
           NZ  (232 & 229)    v Aus (252 & 212-4)    Hamilton    1999-00 
    
    
    57.53  JB Hobbs (126*) 
           Aus (184 & 199)    v Eng (265 & 219-2)    Melbourne(2)1911-12 
    
    
    54.92  MA Butcher (173*) 
           Aus (447 & 176-4d) v Eng (309 & 315-4)    Leeds       2001 
    
    
    54.42  GC Smith (154*) 
           Eng (231 & 363)    v SAf (314 & 283-5)    Birmingham  2008 
    
    
    53.42  GC Smith (125*) 
           NZ  (297 & 252)    v SAf (316 & 234-4)    Wellington  2003-04 
    
    
    52.67  Inzamam-ul-Haq (138*) 
           BD  (281 & 154)    v Pak (175 & 262-9)    Multan      2003 
    
    
    52.15  AN Cook (109*) 
           BD  (419 & 285)    v Eng (496 & 209-1)    Mirpur      2009-10 
     
  23. HuskerFan
    Offline

    HuskerFan Talented

    Jan 30, 2010
    2,067
    Code:
    [B]c Brother           b Brother[/B]
    In ODIs;

    Code:
    caught TM Chappell bowled GS Chappell (Aus) 
    Kapil Dev (Ind)        Melbourne      Jan 11, 1981 
    JG Wright (NZ)         Sydney         Jun 13, 1981 
    MG Burgess (NZ)        Melbourne      Feb  1, 1981 
    
    caught A Flower bowled GW Flower (Zim) 
    TM Odoyo (Ken)         Nairobi        Oct 18, 1997 
    CD McMillan (NZ)       Christchurch   Mar  4, 1998 
    Shahid Afridi (Pak)    Bulawayo       Nov 24, 2002 
    
    
    stumped A Flower bowled GW Flower (Zim) 
    AH Jones (NZ)          Bulawayo       Oct 31, 1992 
    Wasim Akram (Pak)      Harare         Feb 26, 1995 
    MO Odumbe (Ken)        Dhaka          Mar 23, 1999 
    SB Joshi (Ind)         Jodhpur        Jan  8, 2000 
    
    
    caught RJ Hadlee bowled DR Hadlee (NZ) 
    SM Gavaskar (Ind)      Manchester     Jun 14, 1975 
    
    
    caught BL Kotze bowled DB Kotze (Nam) 
    AJ Stewart (Eng)       Port Elizabeth Feb 19, 2003 
    
    
    caught S Lee bowled B Lee (Aus) 
    Azhar Mahmood (Pak)    Sydney         Feb  4, 2000 
    SP Fleming (Aus)       Auckland       Feb 19, 2000 
    
    
    caught BB McCullum bowled NM McCullum (NZ) 
    Shahriar Nafees (BD)   Mirpur         Oct 11, 2010 
    
    
    caught GMC Mol bowled HJC Mol (Net) 
    AC Botha (Ire)         Belfast        Jul 11, 2007 
    
    
    caught PJK Mooney bowled JF Mooney (Ire) 
    ME Trescothick (Eng)   Belfast        Jun 13, 2006 
    
    
    caught JA Morkel bowled M Morkel (SAf) 
    Mushfiqur Rahim (BD)   Benoni         Nov  9, 2008 
    RT Ponting (Aus)       Durban         Apr  3, 2009 
    
    
    caught NJ O'Brien bowled KJ O'Brien (Ire) 
    Shoaib Malik (Pak)     Kingston       Mar 17, 2007 
    IR Bell (Eng)          Providence     Mar 30, 2007 
    Mohammad Ashraful (BD) Mirpur         Mar 22, 2008 
    Raqibul Hasan (BD)     Mirpur         Mar 22, 2008 
    TD Paine (Aus)         Dublin         Jun 17, 2010 
    MEK Hussey (Aus)       Dublin         Jun 17, 2010 
    NM Hauritz (Aus)       Dublin         Jun 17, 2010 
    
    
    stumped NJ O'Brien bowled KJ O'Brien (Ire) 
    PW Borren (Net)        Nairobi(Gym)   Feb  5, 2007 
    
    
    caught DO Obuya bowled CO Obuya (Ken) 
    JH Kallis (SAf)        Benoni         Oct 17, 2001 
    
    
    stumped DO Obuya bowled CO Obuya (Ken) 
    HH Dippenaar (SAf)     Colombo(RPS)   Sep 20, 2002 
    
    
    caught KO Obuya bowled CO Obuya (Ken) 
    KC Sangakkara (SL)     Nairobi(Gym)   Feb 24, 2003 
    PA de Silva (SL)       Nairobi(Gym)   Feb 24, 2003 
    T Taibu (Zim)          Bloemfontein   Mar 12, 2003 
    KM Dabengwa (Zim)      Mombasa        Jan 29, 2009 
    
    
    stumped KO Obuya bowled CO Obuya (Ken) 
    DD Ebrahim (Zim)       Bloemfontein   Mar 12, 2003 
    
    
    caught NN Odhiambo bowled LN Onyango (Ken) 
    S Dhaniram (Can)       Mombasa        Jan 24, 2007 
    
    
    caught GJ Rennie bowled JA Rennie (Zim) 
    RS Kaluwitharana (SL)  Harare         Dec 15, 1999 
    ST Jayasuriya (SL)     Harare         Dec 18, 1999 
    
    
    caught BC Strang bowled PA Strang (Zim) 
    Ijaz Ahmed (Pak)       Harare         Feb 26, 1995 
    MO Odumbe (Ken)        Patna          Feb 27, 1996 
    MA Taylor (Aus)        Nagpur         Mar  1, 1996 
    SC Ganguly (Ind)       Colombo(SSC)   Sep  1, 1996 
    
    
    caught PA Strang bowled BC Strang (Zim) 
    Manzoor Elahi (Pak)    Harare         Feb 22, 1995 
    Shahriar Hossain (BD)  Nairobi(Gym)   Oct 14, 1997 
    CJ Nevin (NZ)          Harare         Sep 27, 2000 
    
    
    Caught AO Suji bowled MA Suji (Ken) 
    SR Tendulkar (Ind)     Cape Town      Mar  7, 2003 
    
    
    caught ME Waugh bowled SR Waugh (Aus) 
    RB Richardson (WI)     Sydney         Jan 16, 1989 
    Wasim Akram (Pak)      Perth          Mar 11, 1992 
    AJ Pycroft (Zim)       Hobart         Mar 14, 1992 
    DN Patel (NZ)          Auckland       Mar 28, 1993 
    ADR Campbell (Zim)     Nagpur         Mar  1, 1996 
    DL Vettori (NZ)        Wellington     Feb  2, 1998 
    Harvinder Singh (Ind)  Sharjah        Apr 19, 1998 
    BKV Prasad (Ind)       Sharjah        Apr 19, 1998 
    RD Jacobs (WI)         Bridgetown     Apr 25, 1999 
    
    
    caught SR Waugh bowled ME Waugh (Aus) 
    AH Jones (NZ)          Sydney         Jan 13, 1991 
    AL Logie (WI)          Kingston       Feb 26, 1991 
    MA Atherton (Eng)      Melbourne      Jan 10, 1995 
    A Kumble (Ind)         Colombo(SSC)   Sep  6, 1996 
     
  24. HuskerFan
    Offline

    HuskerFan Talented

    Jan 30, 2010
    2,067
    Large 10th wicket ODI partnerships with 0 from #11

    Here is a list of instances of 10th wicket partnerships of 20 or more runs with no contribution from #11s in a Limited-overs International innings (the batsmen involved are in the second lines with the number 11s listed first):

    Code:
    38  SAf v Aus  Johannesburg Mar 22, 2002 L 
        M Ntini (0*)/L Klusener (83) 
    
    
    [B]30* Pak v SAf  Abu Dhabi    Oct 31, 2010 W 
        Shoiab Akhtar (0*)/Abul Razzaq (109*) [/B]
    
    26  NZ  v BD   Mirpur       Oct 17, 2010 L 
        HK Bennett (0*)/KD Mills (33) 
    
    
    24  Pak v SL   Tangier      Aug 17, 2002 L 
        Mohammad Sami (0*)/Shahid Afridi (26) 
    
    
    24  Ken v BD   Nairobi(Gym) Aug 13, 2006 L 
        J Ababu (0*)/TM Odoyo (84) 
    
    
    22* Zim v BD   Chittagong   Nov  5, 2009 L 
        CB Mpofu (0*)/BRM Taylor (118*) 
    
    
    22  Eng v Ind  Rajkot       Nov 14, 2008 L 
        JM Anderson (0)/RS Bopara (54*) 
     
  25. iHammad
    Offline

    iHammad Emerging Player

    Apr 2, 2010
    870
    :))
    Shoaib Akhtar must've been under a lot of pressure to survive that lone delivery.
     
  26. Sir John
    Offline

    Sir John Tracer Bullet

    May 25, 2010
    6,815
    good interesting thread
     

Share This Page