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Old 8th September 2007, 14:52   #21
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Is 10 the highest opening partnership in which neither batsman scores?
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Is 10 the highest opening partnership in which neither batsman scores?
These are the kind of questions we need a bearded wonder for.
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Old 8th September 2007, 15:49   #23
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Bell needs 26 runs to reach 1000 ODI runs in 2007 which would place him in 3rd position after Hayden 1265 and Ganguly 1009. He is England's leading ODI run scorer and Flintoff and Anderson are England's leading wicket takers with 33.
Bell has duly got his 1000 runs, 1010 to be exact, and is in 3rd place - Ganguly now has 1024. Bell has taken more matches to get there though.
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Old 8th September 2007, 15:51   #24
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It is still an excellent achievement
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Old 8th September 2007, 16:11   #25
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It is still an excellent achievement
Indeed.

As regards this series, Bell's 422 makes him the England all time 8th highest scorer in a one-day series. He is one of only 8 players who have made more than 400. (KP has done it twice). And only Pietersen has made more than Bell in a 7 match series, with 454.
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Old 9th September 2007, 02:35   #27
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Flintoff is now level with Botham with wickets taken for England. He has actually taken 1 more wicket in total (146) than Botham when he played for the ROTW team v Australia.

Botham 116 matches 145 wickets at 28.54 econ 3.96 s/r 43.2
Flintoff 124 matches 145 wickets at 24.22 econ 4.30 s/r 33.7
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Old 17th September 2007, 02:00   #28
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Collingwood will have to start doing some bowling. He was leading the 20/20 wicket taker with 10 but Bracken and Razzak (Ban) have also reached 10 now.

He is coming 3rd in the runs with Smith 347, Jayasuriya 241 and Collingwood with 219.
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Old 17th September 2007, 04:07   #29
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I's not all bad news on the 20/20 stats FBU. Luke Wright is now equal leader for most ducks in his career!
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Sixes so far -

35 - New Zealand
27 - England
26 - Sri Lanka
22 - South Africa
21 - Pakistan
20 - India & West Indies
16 - Australia
13 - Bangladesh
05 - Zimbabwe
02 - Kenya
0 - Scotland
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Sixes so far -

35 - New Zealand
27 - England
26 - Sri Lanka
22 - South Africa
21 - Pakistan
20 - India & West Indies
16 - Australia
13 - Bangladesh
05 - Zimbabwe
02 - Kenya
0 - Scotland
We've hit 27!?! I must have dozed off.
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Old 20th September 2007, 03:42   #32
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Our scoring -

0s **1s **2s **3s ** 4s**6s

38 **50 **11 **2 ** 13 **9 - Zimbabwe
52 **50 ** 5 ** 0 ** 12 **4 - Australia
53 **46 ** 6 ** 3 ** 10 **3 - South Africa
34 **58 * 13 ** 0 ** 11 **5 - New Zealand
36 **55 ** 9 ** 1 ** 18 **6 - India
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After the World Twenty20 Anderson still retains the record for most runs conceded in an innings - 64 from 4 overs. However, he now shares that "honour" with Jayasuriya, who conceded 64 off his 4 v. Pakistan, but, unlike Anderson did not take a wicket.

Stuart Broad has the record for most runs conceded in an over, the six sixes by Yuvraj.

And to conclude England's great T20 records: England is linked with Bangladesh and Kenya in having the most consecutive defeats - 4 - in T20 games. And not just in this tournament. Previously England played 4 consecutive losing games between 2006-7, losing to SL, Pak, Aus and WI. However, the recent series is the more worrying as the sequence hasn't finished yet.

We're not really very good at this Twenty20 stuff.
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After the World Twenty20 Anderson still retains the record for most runs conceded in an innings - 64 from 4 overs. However, he now shares that "honour" with Jayasuriya, who conceded 64 off his 4 v. Pakistan, but, unlike Anderson did not take a wicket.

Stuart Broad has the record for most runs conceded in an over, the six sixes by Yuvraj.

And to conclude England's great T20 records: England is linked with Bangladesh and Kenya in having the most consecutive defeats - 4 - in T20 games. And not just in this tournament. Previously England played 4 consecutive losing games between 2006-7, losing to SL, Pak, Aus and WI. However, the recent series is the more worrying as the sequence hasn't finished yet.

We're not really very good at this Twenty20 stuff.
Anderson has the most economical 10-6-12-1 and the most expensive figures 4-0-64-1 against the Australians by any bowler.
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Anderson has the most economical 10-6-12-1 and the most expensive figures 4-0-64-1 against the Australians by any bowler.
But one was an ODI and the other a 20/20. Still, it's an interesting contrast.
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After the World Twenty20 Anderson still retains the record for most runs conceded in an innings - 64 from 4 overs. However, he now shares that "honour" with Jayasuriya, who conceded 64 off his 4 v. Pakistan, but, unlike Anderson did not take a wicket.
Which mean Andy effectively went for 64 in 23 balls rather than Jayasurias 24? Extras notwithstanding.
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Jayasuriya
1 - 114116 - 14
2 - 211242 - 12
3 - 164621 - 20
4 - 261216 - 18

Anderson
1 - 4.424. - 14
2 - 6W.411 - 12
3 - 666111 - 21
4 - .62621 - 17

No extras from either. They were finding the bat every time.
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Sanath didn't send down a single dot ball. I'm impressed.
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This thread was created during the India ODI series and I wasn't thinking about test matches, which I've just been looking at for another post.

Pietersen is the leading run-scorer in test cricket in 2007 with 881 runs. He has every chance of making it over a 1000 in the SL test series.
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Panesar, the leading wicket taker with 33. Could he take 17 wickets in 3 Tests?
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