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Recent Records and Achievements

England
England defeated the West Indies at Lords in a match commencing on the 7th September 2017. England have now 34, lost 30, and drawn 22 of the 86 matches against England in England, see England v West Indies, and won 10, lost 4, and drawn 7 of the 21 matches between the two countries at Lords. See England v West Indies at Lords. England won the 3 match series 2-1, and have now won 11, lost 8, and drawn 2 of the 21 series against the West Indies in England. See Test Series for England Versus West Indies at Home .

J M Anderson (ENG)
James Anderson took 7/42 in the second innings of the Test against the West Indies at Lords in a match commencing on the 7th September 2017. It was his best innings bowling performance, the second time that he has taken seven wickets in an innings, see Best Bowling Performances, it was his best performance in the third innings of the match, see Performance Analysis by Innings Number , and was the eighth best England bowling performance at Lords. See England Players Taking 5 Wickets in an Innings at Lords - (Test Cricket) . James Anderson has now taken 506 wickets, at an average of 27.39. See Players taking 300 Career Wickets. James Anderson took 5 of his 9 dismissals in the match "Caught Behind", which took his total to 141 or 27.9% of his 506 dismissals, see Graphical Analysis of Wickets Taken against All Countries, and 4 of his 9 match dismissals were top order (1-3) batsmen, and he has now taken 189 wickets or 37.4% from this section of the batting order. See Graphical Analysis of Wickets Taken by Batting Order.

K A J Roach (WIN)
Kemar Roach took 5/72 in the first innings of the Test against England at Lords in a match commencing on the 7th September 2017. It was the seventh time that he has taken five wickets or more in an innings, , see Best Bowling Performances, the first time that he has taken five wickets or more in an innings against England, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and the first time at Lords. See Performances in England. Kemar Roach had 3 of his five dismissal victims "caught behind" which took his aggregate to 44 or 33.1% of his 133 dismissals, see Graphical Analysis of Wickets Taken against All Countries, and is the highest percentage of "caught behind" victims for a West Indies bowler. See Bowlers with Highest Percentage of Caught Behind Victims. Kemar Roach has now taken 133 wickets at an average of 30.17. See Players Taking Most Wickets for the West Indies.

B A Stokes (ENG)
Ben Stokes took 6/22 in the first innings of the Test against the West Indies at Lords in a match commencing on the 7th September 2017. It was his best bowling performance, the third time that he has taken six wickets in an innings, see Best Bowling Performances, the first time that he has taken five wickets or more in an innings against the West Indies, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and the first time at Lords. See Performances in England. Ben Stokes has taken 69 or 72.25% of his 95 wickets either "Caught" or "Caught and Bowled). See Graphical Analysis of Wickets Taken against All Countries.

Australia
Bangladesh defeated Bangladesh at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in a match commencing on the 3rd September 2017. Australia have now won 3, and lost 1, of the 4 matches against Bangladesh in Bangladesh. See Bangladesh v Australia, and won both matches between the two countries at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium. See Bangladesh v Australia at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium.

N M Lyon (AUS)
Nathan Lyon took 7/94 in the first innings and 6/60 in the second innings of the Test against Bangladesh at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in a match commencing on the 3rd September 2017. Nathan Lyon's match analysis of 13/154 was his best match bowling performance, see Best Match Bowling Performances, and was the seventh best Australian match bowlng performance. See Players taking 12 Wickets in a Match. Also, it was the best match bowling performance at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, see Players Taking 10 Wickets in a Match at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium- (Test Cricket) , and he took 5 top order (1-3) dismissals, taking his aggregate to 65, or 24.2% of his total of 269 wickets at an average of 31.82. See Graphical Analysis of Wickets Taken by Batting Order.

D A Warner (AUS)
Dave Warner scored 123 runs from 234 balls in the first innings of the Test against Bangladesh at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in a match commencing on the 3rd September 2017. It was his twentieth century, see Players Scoring Most Centuries , second against Bangladesh, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, second in consecutive innings, see Batting Progressive Average and Aggregate , and becomes the third Australian player to score a century at Shere Bangla National Stadium. See Australian Players Scoring Centuries at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium - (Test Cricket) . Dave Warner has now scored 5,697 runs at an average of 48.28. See Highest Batting Average for Australian Players Batting 30 Innings.

N M Lyon (AUS)
Nathan Lyon took 7/94 in the first innings of the Test against Bangladesh at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in a match commencing on the 3rd September 2017. It was his equal second best bowling performance, the fourth time that he has taken seven wickets or more in an innings, see Best Bowling Performances, the second best Australian innings bowling performance against Bangladesh, Best Bowling Performances Versus Bangladesh, and was the second best bowling performance at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium. See Players Taking 5 Wickets in an Innings at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium- (Test Cricket) . Nathan Lyon had 4 L.B.W. dismissals in his 7 wickets, and now has 37 L.B.W dismissals, or 14.1% of his 263 wickets. See Graphical Analysis of Wickets Taken against All Countries.

England
England defeated the West Indies at Old Trafford on the 19th September 2017. England have now won 19, lost 15, with 1 No Result in the 35 matches against the West Indies in England, see England v West Indies, and won 2, and lost 1 of the 3 matches against the West Indies at Old Trafford. See England v West Indies at Old Trafford.

J M Bairstow (ENG)
Jonny Bairstow scored 100 not out from 97 balls in the match against the West Indies at Old Trafford on the 19th Septmber 2017. It was his maiden century, see Best Batting Performances, and he has now scored 790 runs at an average of 43.89. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds.

India
India defeated Australia at M A Chidambaram Stadium on the 17th September 2017. India have now won 22, lost 25, with 5 No Results in the 52 matches against Australia in India, see India v Australia, and won 1, and lost 1 of the 2 matches against Australia at M.A. Chidambaram Stadium. See India v Australia at M A Chidambaram Stadium.

G J Maxwell (AUS)
Glen Maxwell scored 39 runs from 18 balls in the match against India at M A Chidambaram Stadium on the 17th September 2017. Maxwell became the twenty sixth Australian player to reach the 2,000 runs milestone. See Australian Players Scoring 2000 Career Runs.

India
India defeated Sri Lanka at the R.Premadasa Stadium on the 3rd September 2017. India have now won 28, lost 27, with 6 No Results in the 61 matches against Sri Lanka in Sri Lanka, see Sri Lanka v India, and won 15, lost 15, with 3 No Results in the 33 matches against Sri Lanka at the R.Premadasa Stadium. See Sri Lanka v India at R.Premadasa Stadium. India won the 5 match series 5-0, which is the sixth time that India have won all matches in a 5 match series. See Sides Winning Every Match in a Series with 4 or more Matches

India
India defeated Sri Lanka at R.Premadasa Stadium on the 6th September 2017, and remain unbeaten in the three matches played against Sri Lanka in Sri Lanka, which includes two matches played at R.Premadasa Stadium. See Sri Lanka v India in Sri Lanka.

V Kohli (IND)
Virat Kohli scored 82 runs from 54 balls in the match against Sri Lanka at R. Premadasa Stadium on the 6th September 2017. It was his 50th match, and he became the fifth Indian player to reach the 50 matches milestone. See Players Playing Most T20 Matches. Virat Kohli is India's highest run scorer with 1,831 runs, see Players Scoring 1000 Career Runs , and his average of 53.85 is easily the highest in International T20's. See Players with Highest Batting Averages (min 20 innings) . Also, his scoring rate of 136.24 is the second highest by an Indian player. See Fastest Scoring Rate for Indian Players with Minimum of 500 Runs) .

West Indies
West Indies scored 1/194 runs in defeating India at Sabina Park on the 9th July 2017, which was the highest successful run chase at Sabina Park. See Sabina Park. The West Indies have now won 2, and lost 1 of the 3 matches against India in the West Indies. See West Indies v India.

E Lewis (WIN)
Evin Lewis scored 125 not out from 62 balls in the match against India at Sabina Park on the 9th July 2017. It was the highest score by a West Indian batsman, see Highest Innings Scores, the highest score against India, see Highest Scores Versus India, and the highest score at Sabina Park. See Sabina Park. Also, it was his his second century, both against India, see Best Batting Performances. The innings of Evin Lewis included 12 sixes, which is the third highest in an innings, see Most Sixes in an Innings by a Player has now scored 417 runs at an average of 34.75. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds.
 


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