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Post by Harmer » Sun Aug 04, 2019 4:27 pm

The Steve Smith redemption in numbers

Smith has taken just 119 innings to reach 25 Test centuries and is only behind Don Bradman (69).


Steve Smith made his comeback to his most favourite format hitting twin centuries in the opening Test of Ashes 2019. While the knock in the first innings helped Australia to recover from 122 for 8, the second innings hundred shut England out of the match completely.


Records broken by Steve Smith in the Edgbaston Test

8 Smith became the eighth batsmen to score hundreds in each innings of an Ashes Test and the first since Matthew Hayden at the Gabba in 2002. It was the first time in his career, Smith registered two centuries in a Test.


It was the first time in his career, Smith registered two centuries in a Test.
10 Hundreds scored by Smith in Ashes Tests - the joint third most for a player in Ashes. Smith is on level with Steve Waugh on ten hundreds, only behind Don Bradman (19) and Jack Hobbs (12).


How long will Smith take to go past Waugh?

119 Innings taken by Smith to reach 25 Test centuries - the second quickest by any player to reach the milestone after Don Bradman who did so in just 68 innings.


Smith - the greatest ever?
147 Balls taken by Smith to reach his hundred in the second innings - the joint fourth fastest for him in all Tests and fastest away from home. The previous quickest was of 150 balls against India in Dharamsala in 2017.

6 Fifty-plus scores for Smith in his last six Ashes innings - 239, 76, 102*, 83, 144 and 142. He became the second Australian player to hit six successive 50-plus scores against England after Michael Hussey in 2009-10.

3 Smith became the third visiting batsman to hundreds in each innings of the first Test of a series in England and the first to do so in 72 years. Smith emulated West Indies' George Headley (106 & 107 at Lord's in 1939) and South Africa's Alan Melville (189 & 103* at Trent Bridge in 1947).

286 Runs scored by Smith in the Test - highest match aggregate for him in a Test surpassing 273 (215 & 58) against England at Lord's in 2015. The last Australian batsman to aggregate 250-plus runs in a Test in England was Bob Simpson in 1964.

3 During the course of his first innings century, Smith became just the third Australian batsman to score a century on the first day of an Ashes series in England. The ones to do it before him are Andrew Hilditch (119 at Leeds in 1985) and Mark Taylor (124 at Old Trafford in 1993).

0 Players scoring more runs in the opening day of an Ashes series in England than Smith's 144 in Edgbaston. The previous most was 138 runs by Jonny Tyldesley at the same venue in 1902 while the previous most for Australia were 124 by Mark Taylor in Manchester in 1993.
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Post by Harmer » Mon Aug 05, 2019 2:05 am

Most consecutive wins against WI in T20Is:

5 Pakistan (2016-17)
5 India (2018-19) *
4 South Africa (2008-10)
4 Sri Lanka (2009-12)
4 Australia (2010-12)
4 Pakistan (2017-18)

Most defeats in T20Is:

57 Sri Lanka/ Bangladesh/ West Indies*
56 New Zealand
54 Australia
52 Pakistan
50 Zimbabwe/ England
44 South Africa
41 India

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Post by Harmer » Mon Aug 05, 2019 4:37 pm

Eng vs Aus, Birmingham
Australia won by 251 runs

AUS - 284, 487/7 decl
ENG - 374, 146-all out

Just a gentle reiteration, from staring down the barrel at 122/8 on the first morning to inflicting a 251-run thumping. Whodathunk? Such was this rollercoaster, leaking out an entire range of emotions, from dismay to anger to joy to helplessness to ecstasy. And add a singing Barmy Army to that. Ahh, delicious. So,

Okay, so we've waited enough. Clearly the broadcasters aren't showing us the presentations. In case you couldn't figure it out, and do get Steven Smith is the MoM.

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Here's a stats round up

Biggest wins after conceding a 1st innings lead of 90+

251 Aus v Eng Edgbaston 2019 (Lead: 90) *
233 SA v Aus Jo'burg 1966/67 (126)
197 Aus v SL Galle 2003/04 (161)
193 NZ v SL Wellington 2014/15 (135)

Australia winning in England after conceding a 1st innings lead

The Oval, 1882 (Lead 38)
Leeds, 1948 (38)
Manchester, 1961 (177)
Trent Bridge, 1981 (6)
Edgbaston, 2019 (90) *

- This is the first instance of a visiting side winning a Test in Edgbaston after conceding a first innings lead.

England losing a home Test after a 1st innings lead of 90 or more:

177 v Aus Manchester 1961
90 v WI Trent Bridge 1966
108 v SL Leeds 2014
90 v Aus Edgbaston 2019

There have been just three instances in Ashes Tests in the last 100 years of a side being eight down for 122 or fewer in the 1st innings and still ending up winning the Test

99/8 Eng vs Aus, SCG, 1954/55
98/8 Eng vs Aus, SCG, 1978/79
122/8 Aus vs Eng, Edgbaston, 2019

Biggest wins by runs in Edgbaston:

256 Eng vs WI 2004
251 Aus vs Eng 2019 *
217 Eng vs WI 1963
205 Eng vs NZ 1958
141 Eng vs Pak 2016

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Post by raja » Mon Aug 05, 2019 10:28 pm

Interesting stats, thanks.

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Post by Harmer » Tue Aug 06, 2019 12:33 pm

Eng's Rorey Burns batted all 5 days of just completed Edgbaston test.Indias C.Pujara last batted all 5 days vs Sri lanka

Day 1 Burns 4 not out
Day 2 Burns 125 out
Day 3 Burns 133 out
Day 4 Burns 7 not out @ close
Day 5 Burns 11 out

Jaisimha - ind vs Aus >1960
Boycott -eng vs Aus > 1977
k.Hughes -Aus vs eng >1980
A.Lamb -Eng vs W.I >1984
R.Sashtri-ind vs eng >1984
A.Griffith -W.I vs NZ>1999
Flintoff - eng vs Ind.>>2006 mohali
Alviro Peterson -SOA vs nz >2012
c.Pujara -ind vs Sri Lanka>2017
Rorey Burns - eng > Aus >2019


>>>>>>
With victory at Edgbaston Aus sets their name in cricket book as FIRST TEAM WHO WON IN INAUGURAL WORLD TEST CHAMPIONSHIP.

AUS won During debut :

victory in debut 1st test
victory in debut 1St ODI
Victory in debut 1st one day world cup
victory in debut 1st Day night one day.
victory in debut 1st Day night test
victory in debut 1st twenty twenty
victory in debut ICC world test championship
aus become 1st team who gained (24) points :welcome:

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Post by Harmer » Tue Aug 06, 2019 12:46 pm

Indias Rohit sharma enter in record book for
highest run scorer in t20i

besides Highest run> Rohit most century>Most sixes>Most fours>Most Fifties.
5 records to his name in twenty 20 international

highest runs in t20i

Rohit >88 innings>2422 @ 37.72
Kohli>>64 " " >2310>@49.10
Guppy>74 " "> 2272>@33.91
Malik>>104 " " >2263>@ 30.58
BMC>>70 " " > 2140>@35.66

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Post by Harmer » Wed Aug 07, 2019 12:29 am

WI vs Ind, Guyana
India won by 7 wkts

WI - 146/6 (20.0 Ovs)
IND - 150/3 (19.1 Ovs)

Pant*- 65(42)
Virat Kohli -59(45)

Krunal Pandya, Man Of the Series:

Deepak Chahar, Man of the Match


serie whitewashes in T20Is (India)

vs Aus in Aus, 2016
vs SL in Ind, 2017
vs WI in Ind, 2018
vs WI in WI/USA, 2019 *

Most consecutive wins against WI in T20Is

6 India (2018-19) *
5 Pakistan (2016-17)
4 South Africa (2008-10)
4 Sri Lanka (2009-12)
4 Australia (2010-12)
4 Pakistan (2017-18)

Most defeats in T20Is

58 West Indies *
57 Sri Lanka/ Bangladesh
56 New Zealand
54 Australia
52 Pakistan
50 Zimbabwe/ England
44 South Africa
41 India

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Post by Paddles » Fri Aug 09, 2019 11:16 pm

Alistair Cook got a knighthood? For what exactly?

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Post by Harmer » Sun Aug 11, 2019 7:38 am

Highest run vs Westindies in ODI

(Ind)Kohli (34 Inn>2032)
(pak)Miandad (64 Inn>1,930)
(Aus) M.Waugh(45 Inn.>1,708)
(SOA)Kallis (40 Inn.>1,666)
(Pak) R.Raja (53 Inn.>1656)

(stats will update till 3rd ODI ind vs WI - on -going series)
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Re: Stats Round Up & Record Thread

Post by Harmer » Sun Aug 11, 2019 7:45 am

Paddles wrote:
Fri Aug 09, 2019 11:16 pm
Alistair Cook got a knighthood? For what exactly?
Do not pick RF from OWK

Not only A.Cook.

I think for Role model those awards given in -- Knighthood term used

Botham gets in 2007.Cook probably 9 English cricketer who knighted.

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