The Numbers Game for Day-Night Test Match – India Vs Bangladesh 2nd Test Match

Please follow and like us:

Day Night Test Match Records Stats – The Day Night Test Match between India and Bangladesh will start from 22nd November 2019 today and will go on for five days till Tuesday 26th November 2019. This Pink Ball Test match between the two teams will be the first-ever Day-Night test match held in India.

day night test match records stats

In November 2015, the Day-Night Test Match made its debut. It was Australia that started to play this newest test format. Australia and New Zealand were the first two sides to play this Pink Ball test match at Adelaide and since then other teams like West Indies, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, South Africa, and England also started to play the Day-Night test matches.

Day Night Test Match Records Stats

India is the world number 1 ranked team in test Matches and the men in blue have not lost any matches in the World Test Matches Championship so far. The men in blue have earned 300 points on the World Test Championship Points table. They have played 6 test matches and have won all of them in style.

Day Night Test Match Records Stats – Australia is the most successful team in the Day-Night Test Match. They have played five and won all of them. While the other teams like New Zealand and England have done well too but the West Indies is the most unsuccessful team to play the Day-Night test format. The Windies have lost all the matches that they have played in this format so far.

India vs Bangladesh Day Night 2nd Test Match Records – In all the 11 Day-Night Test Matches played so far, Australia has played the most. The Aussies played 5 Day-Night Test Matches and won all five. Sri Lanka is the second most successful team on the list with 2 wins from 3 matches while New Zealand and South Africa have played 2 matches and won 1 match each. England has played 3 matches but has only won 1 Day Night Test Match so far. West Indies and Zimbabwe are two such teams that have not won any of the matches played in this format and now one more will add to this list of not having one even a single pink ball test match after the Day Night Test Match between India and Bangladesh.

Day Night Test Match Records Stats

Here are the results of the Day-Night Test Matches which have been played so far –

  • Australia beat New Zealand by 3 wickets at Adelaide, 2015
  • Pakistan beat West Indies by 56 runs at Dubai, 2016
  • Australia beat South Africa by 7 wickets at Adelaide, 2016
  • Australia beat Pakistan by 39 runs at Brisbane, 2016
  • England beat West Indies by innings and 209 runs at Birmingham, 2017
  • Sri Lanka beat Pakistan by 68 runs at Dubai, 2017
  • Australia beat England by 120 runs at Adelaide, 2017
  • South Africa beat by innings and 120 runs at Port Elizabeth, 2017
  • New Zealand beat England by innings and 49 runs at Auckland, 2018
  • Sri Lanka beat West Indies by 4 wickets at Bridgetown, 2018
  • Australia beat Sri Lanka by innings & 40 runs at Brisbane, 2019.
  • The 12th Match will be played between India and Bangladesh from Friday at Eden Gardens in Kolkata.

Day Night Test Match Records Stats

Must Read: The Pitch Report of Eden Gardens for the first-ever Day-Night Test Match in India

Highest totals Scored by the teams in Day-Night Test Matches –

  • 579/3d – PAK vs WI at Dubai, 2016
  • 514/8d – ENG vs WI at Birmingham, 2017
  • 482 – SL vs PAK at Dubai, 2017
  • 450 – PAK vs AUS at Brisbane, 2016
  • 442/8d – PAK vs ENG at Adelaide, 2017

The Most runs scored in Day-Night Test Matches –

  • 456 – Azhar Ali
  • 405 – Steve Smith
  • 335 – Asad Shafiq
  • 307 – Usman Khawaja
  • 303 – Alastair Cook

India vs Bangladesh Day Night 2nd Test Match

The Highest individual score scored in Day-Night Test Matches – 

  • 302* – Azhar Ali vs WI at Dubai, 2016
  • 243 – Alastair Cook vs WI at Birmingham, 2017
  • 196 – Dimuth Karunaratne vs PAK at Dubai, 2017
  • 145* – Henry Nicholls vs ENG at Auckland, 2018
  • 145 – Usman Khawaja vs SA at Adelaide, 2016

Day Night Test Match Records Stats

Highest batting Averages in the Day-Night Test Matches – (Min 150 runs) –

  • 50 – Darren Bravo (203 runs)
  • 20 – Azhar Ali (456 runs)
  • 33 – Shaun Marsh (196 runs)
  • 75 – Peter Handscomb (243 runs)
  • 60 – Alastair Cook (303 runs)

Must Read: Why Day-Night Test Matches are Played with Pink Ball?

Indian Cricket Team

The Most wickets were taken by the Bowlers in Day-Night Test Matches –

  • 26 – Mitchell Starc
  • 21 – Josh Hazlewood
  • 18 – Yasir Shah
  • 17 – Nathan Lyon
  • 16 – Trent Boult

The Best bowling figures in an innings by the Bowlers in Day-Night Test Matches –

  • 8/49 – Devendra Bishoo vs PAK at Dubai, 2016
  • 6/23 – Pat Cummins vs SL at Brisbane, 2019
  • 6/32 – Trent Boult vs ENG at Auckland, 2018
  • 6/70 – Josh Hazlewood vs NZ at Adelaide, 2015
  • 6/184 – Yasir Shah vs SL at Dubai, 2017

Day Night Test Match Records Stats

The Best bowling averages by the Bowlers in Day-Night Test Matches (Min 10 wickets) –

  • 38 – Pat Cummins (13 wickets)
  • 50 – Trent Boult (16 wickets)
  • 53 – Suranga Lakmal (13 wickets)
  • 85 – James Anderson (14 wickets)
  • 90 – Devendra Bishoo (10 wickets)

The Most five wickets haul in Day-Night Test Matches –

  • Only Yasir Shah and Trent Boult have two five-wicket hauls, each in Day-Night Test Matches.

Bangladesh Cricket team

The Most Hundreds in Day-Night Test Matches –

  • Asad Shafiq is the only batsman to score two centuries in Day-Night Test Matches.

Must Read: India and Bangladesh gear up for their first-ever Day-Night test encounter at Eden Gardens

For more articles like, “Day Night Test Match Records Stats”, do follow us on FacebookTwitter, and  Instagram.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

The content and images used on this site are copyright protected and copyrights vests with their respective owners. We make every effort to link back to original content whenever possible. If you own rights to any of the images, and do not wish them to appear here, please contact us and they will be promptly removed. Usage of content and images on this website is intended to promote our works and no endorsement of the artist shall be implied. Read more detailed ​​disclaimer
Copyright © 2019 All rights reserved.
× How can I help you?