Recent Records and Achievements

England
England defeated Australia at Kennington Oval in a match commencing on the 12th September 2019. England have now won 53, lost 51, and drawn 67 in the 171 matches against Australia in England, see England v Australia, and won 17, lost 7, and drawn 14 in the 38 matches against Australia at Kennington Oval. See England v Australia at Kennington Oval. The 5 match series was drawn 2-2, and England have now won 18, lost 15, and drawn 5 in the 38 series against Australia in England. See Test Series for England Versus Australia at Home .

M S Wade (AUS)
Matthew Wade scored 117 runs from 166 balls in the second innings of the match against England at Kennington Oval in a match comencing on the 12th September 2019. It was his highest score, and fourth century, see Best Batting Performances, second against England, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, second in England, first at Kennington Oval, see Performances in England, and it was his first century when batting in the fourth innings of the match. See Performance Analysis by Innings Number . Matthew Wade has now scored 1,223 runs at an average of 29.83. See Australian Players Scoring 1000 Career Runs.

J C Archer (ENG)
Jofra Archer took 6/62 in the first innings of the match against Australia at Kennington Oval on the 12th September 2019. It was his second best bowling performance, see Best Bowling Performances, the second time that he has taken six wickets in an innings, both against Australia, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and he has now taken 22 wickets at an average of 17.27. See Graphical Analysis of Wickets Taken against All Countries.

M R Marsh (AUS)
Mitchell Marsh took 5/46 in the first innings of the match against Australia at Kennington Oval in a match comencing on the 12th September 2019. It was his best bowling performance, see Best Bowling Performances, the first time that he has taken five wickets in an innings, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and he has now taken 40 wickets at an average of 39.58. See Graphical Analysis of Wickets Taken against All Countries.

N M Lyon (AUS)
Nathan Lyon scored 25 runs in the first innings of the match against England at Kennington Oval in a match commencing on the 12th September 2019. It took his aggregate to 1,002 runs, and he became the fourth Australian player to reach the the 1,000 Runs/300 Wickets milestone. See Players Scoring 1000 Runs and Taking 200 Wickets.

J E Root (ENG)
Joe Root scored 57 runs against Australia at Kennington Oval on the 12th September 2019. It took his aggregate to 7,022 runs and became the twelfth England player to reach the 7,000 runs milestone. See England Players Scoring 5000 Career Runs.

Afghanistan
Afghanistan defeated Bangladesh at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in a match commencing on the 5th September 2019, which was the inaugural match between the two countries. See Bangladesh v Afghanistan.

Rashid Khan (AFG)
Rashid Khan took 5/55 in the first innings and 6/49 in the second innings of the match against Bangladesh at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium on the 5th September 2019. The match total of 11/104 was his best match bowling performance, see Best Match Bowling Performances, , and the best match bowling performance by an Afghanistan bowler. See Afghanistan. Also, the second innings analysis of 6/49 was his best innings bowling performance, see Best Bowling Performances, and was the third time that he has taken five wickets in an innings, second against Bangladesh, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and he has now taken 20 wickets at an average of 18.00. See Players Taking Most Wickets for Afghanistan Graph.

United States
United States scored 9/251 in defeating Papua New Guinea at Central Broward Regional Park on the 13th September 2019. It was their highest score, see United States, and have now won 1, and lost 1 in the 2 matches played between the two countries. See United States v Papua New Guinea.

Oman
Oman defeated Papua New Guinea at Mannofield Park on the 21st August 2019, and have now won both matches played between the two countries. See Oman v Papua New Guinea.

Jay Odedra (OMA)
Jay Odedra took 4/34 in the match against Papua New Guinea at Mannofield Park on the 21st August 2019, which was his best bowling performance, see Best Bowling Performances, and he has now taken 5 wickets at an average of 16.40. See Graphical Analysis of Wickets Taken against All Countries.

Scotland
Scotland defeated Oman at Mannofield Park on the 18th August 2019, in the inaugural match between the two countries in Scotland. See Scotland v Oman.

C S MacLeod (SCO)
Calum MacLeod scored 8 runs against Oman at Mannofield Park on the 18th August 2019. It took his aggregate to 2,001 Runs, and he became the second Scotland player to reach the 2,000 runs milestone.. See Scotland Players Scoring 2000 Career Runs.

Hamza Tahir (SCO)
Hamza Tahir took 5/38 in the match against Oman at Mannofield Park on the 18th August 2019, which was his best bowling performance, see Best Bowling Performances, and he has now taken 9 wickets at an average of 8.33. See Graphical Analysis of Wickets Taken against All Countries.

Afghanistan
Afghanistan defeated Bangladesh at Shere Bangla National Stadium on the 15th September 2019, and have won 1, and lost 1 of the 2 matches played between the two countries in Bangladesh, see Bangladesh v Afghanistan, with both the above matches being played at Shere Bangla National Stadium. See Bangladesh v Afghanistan at Shere Bangla National Stadium.

Mujeeb Ur Rahman (AFG)
Mujeeb Ur Rahman took 4/15 in the match against Bangladesh at Shere Bangla National Stadium on the 15th September 2019. It was his best bowling performance, the first time that he has taken four wickets in a match, see Best Bowling Performances, and he has now taken 15 wickets at an average of 15.40. See Graphical Analysis of Wickets Taken against All Countries.

Mohammad Nabi (AFG)
Mohammad Nabi scored 84 not out from 54 balls in the match against Bangladesh at Shere Bangla National Stadium on the 15th September 2019. It was his second highest score, and fourth half century, see Best Batting Performances, and first against Bangladesh. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds. Mohammad Nabi has now scored 1,283 runs at an average of 23.76, see Players Scoring 1000 Career Runs and his scoring rate rate of 147.13 is the fastest by an Afghanistan player. See Fastest Scoring Rate for Afghanistan Players with Minimum of 500 Runs) . See Fastest Scoring Rate for Afghanistan Players with Minimum of 500 Runs) .

Mohammad Saifuddin (BAN)
Mohammad Saifuddin took 4/33 in the match against Afghanistan at Shere Bangla National Stadium on the 15th September 2019. It was his best bowling performance, the first time that he has taken four wickets in a match, see Best Bowling Performances,and he has now taken 10 wickets at an average of 34.90. See Graphical Analysis of Wickets Taken against All Countries.

Afghanistan
Afghanistan defeated Zimbabwe at Shere Bangla National Stadium on the 14th September 2019, and have won all six matches played between the two countries at neutral venues, see Afghanistan v Zimbabwe, and won the first match against Zimbabwe at Shere Bangla National Stadium. See Afghanistan v Zimbabwe at Shere Bangla National Stadium.

Bangladesh
Bangladesh defeated Zimbabwe at Shere Bangla National Stadium on the 13th September 2019, and have now won 5, lost 3 in the 8 matches played between the two countries Bangladesh, see Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, and won 2, and lost 1 of the 3 matches against Zimbabwe at Shere Bangla National Stadium. See Bangladesh v Zimbabwe at Shere Bangla National Stadium.


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