List of international cricket five-wicket hauls at M. A. Chidambaram Stadium

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M. A. Chidambaram Cricket Stadium
Bowlers have taken forty-seven five-wicket hauls in Tests and two five-wicket hauls in One Day International matches played at Chepauk.

M. A. Chidambaram Stadium (MAC), also known as the Chepauk Stadium or simply Chepauk due its location in the city's locality of Chepauk,[1] is a sports ground in Chennai,[a] India that has hosted international cricket matches along with provincial games.[3] Named after M. A. Chidambaram, former President of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI),[4] the venue was formerly known as the Madras Cricket Club ground.[b] It has a capacity of 38,000 spectators for international matches.[3] It is the home ground of the Tamil Nadu cricket team and the Indian Premier League team Chennai Super Kings.[3][6] The first Test at this venue took place in 1934, between India and England.[3] As of December 2016, it has hosted a further 31 Test matches.[7] Chepauk has also staged 19 One Day International (ODI) matches,[8] the first of which was in 1987 when Australia defeated India in a group-match during the 1987 World Cup.[9]

In cricket, a five-wicket haul (also known as a "five-for" or "fifer")[10][11] refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings. This is regarded as a notable achievement.[12] The first bowler to take a five-wicket haul in a Test match at Chepauk was Amar Singh for India against England in 1934; he finished the innings with bowling figures of 7 wickets for 86 runs.[13] Australia's Ashley Mallett became the first to take two five-wicket hauls in the same match at Chepauk, when he took 5 for 91 and 5 for 53 in the second and fourth innings of the fifth Test of Australia's 1969–70 tour of India.[13] Narendra Hirwani is the most recent cricketer and the first Indian to take two five-wicket hauls on debut. He took 8 for 61 and 8 for 75 against the West Indies during the fourth Test of the 1987–88 series between the teams, which was held at this ground, and finished the match with bowling figures of 16 for 136.[14] These are also the best match-figures by any bowler on Test debut.[15] The best figures in Test cricket at Chepauk are 8 for 55, taken by India's Vinoo Mankad against England in 1952.[13] Ravichandran Ashwin took the most recent five-wicket haul at Chepauk, with figures of 7 for 103 and 5 for 95 against Australia in their 2012-13 tour of India.[13] As of December 2016, 31 bowlers have taken 48 Test match five-wicket hauls at this ground.[13]

As of December 2016, two bowlers have taken five-wicket hauls during ODIs at Chepauk.[16] The first player to do so was Aaqib Javed of Pakistan, who achieved the feat when he took 5 wickets for 61 runs against India during the 1997 Pepsi Independence Cup.[17] The other five-wicket haul was made by West Indies' Ravi Rampaul, which is also the best figures in ODI cricket at this ground. He took 5 for 51 against India during the 2011 World Cup.[13] As of December 2016, a match between India and New Zealand is the only Twenty20 International (T20I) to be held at the ground,[3] which New Zealand won by one run.[3][18] The best bowling figures in T20I cricket at Chepauk are Irfan Pathan's 3 wickets for 31 runs.[19]

Key

Anil Kumble
Anil Kumble took thirty-five Test five-wicket hauls in total, with five of them coming at Chepauk.[20]
Symbol Meaning
dagger The bowler was player of the match
double-dagger 10 or more wickets taken in the match
Section-sign One of two five-wicket hauls by the bowler in the match
Date Day the Test started or ODI was held
Inn Innings in which five-wicket haul was taken
Overs Number of overs bowled.
Runs Number of runs conceded
Wkts Number of wickets taken
Econ Runs conceded per over
Batsmen Batsmen whose wickets were taken
Drawn The match was drawn.
Tied The match was tied.

Tests

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at M. A. Chidambaram Stadium
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Singh, AmarAmar Singh 10 February 1934  India  England 1 44.4 86 7 1.92 England won[21]
2 Verity, HedleyHedley Verity double-dagger 10 February 1934  England  India 2 23.5 49 7 2.05 England won[21]
3 Langridge, JamesJames Langridge 10 February 1934  England  India 4 24 63 5 2.62 England won[21]
4 Phadkar, DattuDattu Phadkar 27 January 1949  India  West Indies 1 45.3 159 7 3.49 West Indies won[22]
5 Mankad, VinooVinoo Mankad double-dagger 6 February 1952  India  England 1 38.5 55 8 1.41 India won[23]
6 Mallett, AshleyAshley Mallett double-dagger Section-sign 24 December 1969  Australia  India 2 25 91 5 3.64 Australia won[24]
7 Prasanna, E. A. S.E. A. S. Prasanna double-dagger 24 December 1969  India  Australia 3 31 74 6 2.38 Australia won[24]
8 Mallett, AshleyAshley Mallett double-dagger Section-sign 24 December 1969  Australia  India 4 29.2 53 5 1.80 Australia won[24]
9 Chandrasekhar, B. S.B. S. Chandrasekhar 12 January 1973  India  England 1 38.5 90 6 2.31 India won[25]
10 Roberts, AndyAndy Roberts double-dagger Section-sign 11 January 1975  West Indies  India 1 20.5 64 7 3.07 India won[26]
11 Prasanna, E. A. S.E. A. S. Prasanna 11 January 1975  India  West Indies 2 23 70 5 3.04 India won[26]
12 Roberts, AndyAndy Roberts double-dagger Section-sign 11 January 1975  West Indies  India 3 21.4 57 5 2.63 India won[26]
13 Cairns, LanceLance Cairns 26 November 1976  New Zealand  India 1 33.1 55 5 1.65 India won[27]
14 Bedi, Bishan SinghBishan Singh Bedi 26 November 1976  India  New Zealand 2 16.4 48 5 2.88 India won[27]
15 Lever, JohnJohn Lever 14 January 1977  England  India 2 19.5 59 5 2.97 England won[28]
16 Chandrasekhar, B. S.B. S. Chandrasekhar 14 January 1977  India  England 3 20.5 50 5 2.40 England won[28]
17 Doshi, DilipDilip Doshi 11 September 1979  India  Australia 1 43 103 6 2.39 Drawn[29]
18 Higgs, JimJim Higgs 11 September 1979  Australia  India 2 41.3 143 7 3.44 Drawn[29]
19 Khan, ImranImran Khan 15 January 1980  Pakistan  India 2 38.2 114 5 2.97 India won[30]
20 Dev, KapilKapil Dev double-dagger 15 January 1980  India  Pakistan 3 23.4 56 7 2.36 India won[30]
21 Doshi, DilipDilip Doshi 17 September 1982  India  Sri Lanka 1 30 85 5 2.83 Drawn[31]
22 Dev, KapilKapil Dev 17 September 1982  India  Sri Lanka 3 24.3 110 5 4.48 Drawn[31]
23 de Mel, AshanthaAshantha de Mel 17 September 1982  Sri Lanka  India 4 14 68 5 4.85 Drawn[31]
24 Marshall, MalcolmMalcolm Marshall 24 December 1983  West Indies  India 2 26 72 5 2.76 Drawn[32]
25 Foster, NeilNeil Foster double-dagger Section-sign 13 January 1985  England  India 1 23 104 6 4.52 England won[33]
26 Foster, NeilNeil Foster double-dagger Section-sign 13 January 1985  England  India 3 28 59 5 2.10 England won[33]
27 Matthews, GregGreg Matthews double-dagger Section-sign 18 September 1985  Australia  India 2 28.2 103 5 3.63 Tied[34]
28 Matthews, GregGreg Matthews double-dagger Section-sign 18 September 1985  Australia  India 4 39.5 146 5 3.66 Tied[34]
29 Bright, RayRay Bright 18 September 1985  Australia  India 4 25 94 5 3.76 Tied[34]
30 Singh, ManinderManinder Singh 3 February 1987  India  Pakistan 1 59 135 5 2.28 Drawn[35]
31 Hirwani, NarendraNarendra Hirwani dagger double-dagger Section-sign 11 January 1988  India  West Indies 2 18.3 61 8 3.29 India won[35]
32 Hirwani, NarendraNarendra Hirwani dagger double-dagger Section-sign 11 January 1988  India  West Indies 4 15.2 75 8 4.89 India won[35]
33 Kumble, AnilAnil Kumble 11 February 1993  India  England 4 21 64 6 3.04 India won[36]
34 Kumble, AnilAnil Kumble 28 January 1999  India  Pakistan 1 24.5 70 6 2.81 Pakistan won[c]
35 Mushtaq, SaqlainSaqlain Mushtaq double-dagger Section-sign 28 January 1999  Pakistan  India 2 35 94 5 2.68 Pakistan won[37][c]
36 Prasad, VenkateshVenkatesh Prasad 28 January 1999  India  Pakistan 3 10 33 6 3.19 Pakistan won[37][c]
37 Mushtaq, SaqlainSaqlain Mushtaq double-dagger Section-sign 28 January 1999  Pakistan  India 4 32.2 93 5 2.87 Pakistan won[37][c]
38 Singh, HarbhajanHarbhajan Singh dagger double-dagger Section-sign 18 March 2001  India  Australia 1 38.2 133 7 3.46 India won[38]
39 Singh, HarbhajanHarbhajan Singh dagger double-dagger Section-sign 18 March 2001  India  Australia 3 41.5 84 8 2.00 India won[38]
40 Kumble, AnilAnil Kumble 17 October 2002  India  West Indies 1 23.3 30 5 1.27 India won[39]
41 Kumble, AnilAnil Kumble dagger double-dagger Section-sign 14 October 2004  India  Australia 1 17.3 48 7 2.74 Drawn[40]
42 Warne, ShaneShane Warne 14 October 2004  Australia  India 2 42.3 125 6 2.94 Drawn[40]
43 Kumble, AnilAnil Kumble dagger double-dagger Section-sign 14 October 2004  India  Australia 3 47 133 6 2.82 Drawn[40]
44 Singh, HarbhajanHarbhajan Singh 26 March 2008  India  South Africa 1 44.5 164 5 3.65 Drawn[41]
45 Ashwin, RavichandranRavichandran Ashwin double-dagger Section-sign 22 February 2013  India  Australia 1 42 103 7 2.45 India won[42]
46 Pattinson, JamesJames Pattinson 22 February 2013  Australia  India 2 30 96 5 3.20 India won[42]
47 Ashwin, RavichandranRavichandran Ashwin double-dagger Section-sign 22 February 2013  India  Australia 3 32 95 5 2.95 India won[42]
48 Jadeja, RavindraRavindra Jadeja 16 December 2016  India  England 4 25 48 7 1.92 India won[43]

One Day Internationals

Five-wicket hauls in One Day International matches at M. A. Chidambaram Stadium
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Javed, AaqibAaqib Javed 21 May 1997  Pakistan  India 2 10 61 5 6.10 Pakistan won[17]
2 Rampaul, RaviRavi Rampaul 20 March 2011  West Indies  India 1 10 51 5 5.10 India won[44]

Women's Twenty20 Internationals

Five-wicket hauls in Women's Twenty20 International matches at M. A. Chidambaram Stadium
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Luus, SunéSuné Luus dagger 23 March 2016  South Africa  Ireland 2 4 8 5 2.00 South Africa Women won[45]

Notes

  1. ^ The city was formerly known as Madras and was renamed to Chennai in 1996.[2]
  2. ^ The Madras Cricket Club ground was built in 1892 before it was remodelled into the present M. A. Chidambaram Stadium in 1965.[5]
  3. ^ a b c d Four of these five-wicket hauls came in the same match.[37]

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