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Old 28th January 2018, 14:31   #2401
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22 people play which means that on average you would have about a 4.5 per cent chance of man of the match. Anyone getting Man of the match 7 or 8 per cent of the time must be happy with that.

It always irritated me that KP was clearly our best batsman for a while and put in one brilliant performance a series but rarely dominated a series in the way he did his first ODI series.
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Old 7th February 2018, 16:38   #2402
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Dhoni 400 dismissals in ODIs
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Old 16th February 2018, 10:17   #2403
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Most runs conceded in an innings in T20s

BJ McCarthy - 4.0-0-69-0 v Afg Mar 17
KJ Abbott - 4.0-0-68-1 v WI Jan 15
JM Anderson - 4.0-0-64-1 v Aus Jan 07
ST Jayasuriya - 4.0-0-64-0 v Pak Sep 07
AJ Tye - 4.0-0-64-2 v NZ Feb 18
BM Wheeler -3.1-0-64-0 v Aus Feb 18
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Old 16th February 2018, 18:30   #2404
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Virat Kohli finishes the ODI leg with 558 runs in 6 matches at 186!

To put that into perspective, Martin Guptill top scored at the 2015 WC with 547 runs in 9 matches.
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Old 22nd February 2018, 11:55   #2405
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Most runs conceded in an innings in T20s

BJ McCarthy - 4.0-0-69-0 v Afg Mar 17
KJ Abbott - 4.0-0-68-1 v WI Jan 15
JM Anderson - 4.0-0-64-1 v Aus Jan 07
ST Jayasuriya - 4.0-0-64-0 v Pak Sep 07
AJ Tye - 4.0-0-64-2 v NZ Feb 18
BM Wheeler -3.1-0-64-0 v Aus Feb 18
I think Chahal just joined this club!!
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Old 22nd February 2018, 12:12   #2406
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I think Chahal just joined this club!!
Yes the 64 club, 2 in 2007 and then having to wait 11 years for the next 3 to come in the same month.

Most runs conceded in an innings in T20s

BJ McCarthy - 4.0-0-69-0 v Afg Mar 17
KJ Abbott - 4.0-0-68-1 v WI Jan 15
JM Anderson - 4.0-0-64-1 v Aus Jan 07
ST Jayasuriya - 4.0-0-64-0 v Pak Sep 07
AJ Tye - 4.0-0-64-2 v NZ Feb 18
BM Wheeler -3.1-0-64-0 v Aus Feb 18
YS Chahal - 4.0-0-64-0 v SA Feb 18
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Old 27th February 2018, 15:00   #2407
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Crease occupation

13 hours 56 mins - Cook v Pakistan 2015 (263 runs)
10 hours 14 mins - Root v Pakistan 2016 (254)
7 hours 6 mins - Broad v Pakistan 2010 (169)
6 hours 45 mins - Bairstow v Sri Lanka 2016 (167*)
6 hours 25 mins - Ali v Sri Lanka 2014 (108*)
5 hours 38 mins - Stokes v South Africa 2016 (258)
5 hours 22 mins - Malan v Australia 2017 (140)
3 hours 50 mins - Anderson v India 2014 (81)
3 hours 45 mins - Stoneman v Australia 2017 (53)
2 hours 59 mins - Vince v Australia 2017 (83)
2 hours 45 mins - Woakes v Sri Lanka 2016 (66)
1 hour 56 mins - Wood v Pakistan 2015 (29)
1 hour 45 mins - Overton v Australia 2017 (41*)
0 hours 18 mins - Crane v Australia 2017 (4)

Our Test side for NZ. Foakes and Livingstone to yet to make their debuts.

Hanif Mohammad, 16 hours 10 mins and Kirsten 14 hours 38 mins ahead of Cook.
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Old 28th February 2018, 15:45   #2408
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22 people play which means that on average you would have about a 4.5 per cent chance of man of the match. Anyone getting Man of the match 7 or 8 per cent of the time must be happy with that.

It always irritated me that KP was clearly our best batsman for a while and put in one brilliant performance a series but rarely dominated a series in the way he did his first ODI series.
Since the WC in 2015
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Old 23rd March 2018, 23:54   #2409
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Well done to Morkel for 300 wickets.

“It’s a special feeling, especially as I’m the world record holder for the most (wickets denied by) no-balls,” said the South African paceman, who took three of the first four Australian wickets to reach the milestone.

14 wickets with no balls.

I do wonder about Willis who bowled around 928 no balls. Must have taken more than 14 wickets with some of them.

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Old 1st April 2018, 03:20   #2410
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I do wonder about Willis who bowled around 928 no balls. Must have taken more than 14 wickets with some of them.
I know you're big on your stats but I really hope that 929 was just a random guess!
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Old 1st April 2018, 05:09   #2411
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I know you're big on your stats but I really hope that 929 was just a random guess!
It's nine hundred and twenty something.



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Five deliveries in this Test in Christchurch have hit players on the helmet - that is the equal second most in any Test match since the start of 2006 and we are not even at the end of the second innings. #NZvEng

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Old 1st April 2018, 06:58   #2412
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Five deliveries in this Test in Christchurch have hit players on the helmet - that is the equal second most in any Test match since the start of 2006 and we are not even at the end of the second innings. #NZvEng

Really not sure that's something to smile about.
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Old 1st April 2018, 08:34   #2413
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Old 24th May 2018, 11:55   #2414
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Alastair Cook has equalled Allan Border’s record of 153 consecutive test matches. According to Cricinfo 153 heads the list, but earlier I thought I saw Sky put up a graphic showing players with more. Can anyone clarify?
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Old 24th May 2018, 12:04   #2415
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Alastair Cook has equalled Allan Borderís record of 153 consecutive test matches. According to Cricinfo 153 heads the list, but earlier I thought I saw Sky put up a graphic showing players with more. Can anyone clarify?
There are players who have played more Tests, but Border and Cook share the record for the most consecutive.
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There are players who have played more Tests, but Border and Cook share the record for the most consecutive.
Thanks. I thought I was looking at ďmost consecutiveĒ. I probably misread whatever Sky was showing.
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Old 28th May 2018, 09:25   #2417
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First time England have lost the first test of a summer since 1995
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First time England have lost the first test of a summer since 1995
We didnít even lose the first test v Sri Lanka following the disastrous Ashes 2013/14. (But did go on to lose the 2 match series). Arguably that period was more traumatic for England than the recent winter tours to Oz and NZ, given the fallout with the coach, KP, abuse of Cook on social media etc. This time thereís been no high drama, no high profile exits; just a team dwindling from a sort of competence to abject mediocrity.
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Old 29th May 2018, 22:26   #2419
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The lack of drama is arguably worse; after a 3-0 win at home in 2013 England fancied their chances before Mitch blew them away.

There was such a pathetic inevitability about last winter
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The lack of drama is arguably worse; after a 3-0 win at home in 2013 England fancied their chances before Mitch blew them away.

There was such a pathetic inevitability about last winter
In terms of how the games went, sure England ended up brutalised 5-0 but they had highly promising positions in every Aus first innings and then failed to get Haddin out every time. The series wasnt close but at times the individual tests were. It didnít feel like that last time, no.
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