List of international cricket five-wicket hauls at the Adelaide Oval

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An aerial view of the Adelaide Oval

The Adelaide Oval is an Australian sports stadium located in Adelaide, South Australia, and is home to the South Australia cricket team. It has a seating capacity of 50,000 and is recorded as the first venue in history to hold a day-night test match.[1]

The Adelaide Oval hosted the First Test match played between Australia and England in 1884, and has since been the venue of more than 90 Test matches.[2] The ground witnessed the first ever day-night test match in the history as well in front of 33,923 spectators, where Australia won the match by 3 wickets against New Zealand.[3]

The first One Day International at the venue was held in 1975, between Australia and West Indies. Since then more than 80 ODIs have been held.[4] In 2011, the ground held its first ever Twenty20 International between Australia and England. Up to March 2017, only 4 T20Is are held at the venue.[5]

In cricket, a five-wicket haul (also known as a "five-for" or "fifer")[6][7] refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings. This is regarded as a notable achievement.[8]

The first bowler to take a five-wicket haul in a Test match at the Adelaide Oval was Englishman Johnny Briggs in 1892, in the second innings of the first Test. He also took another fifer at the fourth innings and became the first man to take a ten-wicket haul at the venue as well.[9] The first Australian to take a five-wicket haul in a Test at the venue was George Giffen, against England in 1895, in the second innings of the first Test.[10] The best bowling figures of an innings at Adelaide Oval was recorded by England bowler Albert Trott, when he took 8 for 43 runs against Australia in 1895.[11]

As of March 2017, 103 Test, 13 ODI five-wicket hauls have been taken at the Adelaide Oval.

The first ODI five-wicket haul was taken by West Indian pacer Andy Roberts against England in 1980, when he took 5 for 22 runs.[12] The first 5-wicket haul taken by an Australian was by Carl Rackemann against Pakistan in 1984, with the figures of 5 for 16 runs, which is also recorded as the best ODI bowling figures at the venue.[13]

No bowler has taken a 5-wicket haul in a T20I match at the ground.

Key

Symbol Meaning
dagger The bowler was man 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
Result Result of the match

Tests

1892–1900

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at Adelaide Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Johnny Briggs 24 March 1892  England  Australia 2 21.5 49 6 2.24 England won[9]
2 Johnny Briggs 24 March 1892  England  Australia 4 28 87 6 3.10 England won[9]
3 Tom Richardson 11 January 1895  England  Australia 1 21.1 75 5 3.54 Australia won[10]
4 George Giffen 11 January 1895  Australia  England 2 28 76 5 2.71 Australia won[10]
5 Sydney Callaway 11 January 1895  Australia  England 2 28 76 5 2.71 Australia won[10]
6 Albert Trott 11 January 1895  Australia  England 4 27 43 8 1.59 Australia won[10]
7 Charlie McLeod 14 January 1898  Australia  England 3 48 65 5 1.35 Australia won[14]
8 Monty Noble 14 January 1898  Australia  England 3 33 84 5 2.54 Australia won[14]

1900–1930

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at Adelaide Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
9 John Gunn 7 January 1902  England  Australia 2 42 76 5 1.80 Australia won[15]
10 Hugh Trumble 7 January 1902  Australia  England 3 44 74 6 1.68 Australia won[15]
11 Jack O'Connor 10 January 1908  England  Australia 4 21 40 5 1.90 Australia won[16]
12 Jack Saunders 10 January 1908  England  Australia 4 21.4 65 5 3.00 Australia won[16]
13 Bill Whitty 7 January 1911  Australia  South Africa 3 39.2 104 6 2.64 South Africa won[17]
14 Frank Foster 12 January 1912  England  Australia 1 26 36 5 1.38 England won[18]
15 Sydney Barnes 12 January 1912  England  Australia 3 46.4 105 5 2.25 England won[18]
16 Ciss Parkin 14 January 1921  England  Australia 1 20 60 5 3.00 England won[19]
17 Arthur Mailey 14 January 1921  Australia  England 2 32.1 160 5 4.97 England won[19]
18 Arthur Mailey 14 January 1921  Australia  England 4 29.2 142 5 4.84 England won[19]
19 Clarrie Grimmett 1 February 1929  Australia  England 1 52.1 102 5 1.95 England won[20]
20 Jack White 1 February 1929  England  Australia 2 60 130 5 2.16 England won[20]
21 Jack White 1 February 1929  England  Australia 4 64.5 126 8 1.94 England won[20]

1930–1960

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at Adelaide Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
22 Clarrie Grimmett 12 December 1930  Australia  West Indies 1 48 87 7 1.81 Australia won[21]
23 Clarrie Grimmett 29 January 1932  Australia  South Africa 1 47 116 7 2.46 Australia won[22]
24 Sandy Bell 29 January 1932  South Africa  Australia 2 40 142 5 3.55 Australia won[22]
25 Clarrie Grimmett 29 January 1932  Australia  South Africa 3 49.2 83 7 1.68 Australia won[22]
26 Tim Wall 13 January 1933  Australia  England 1 34.1 72 5 2.10 Australia won[23]
27 Wally Hammond 29 January 1937  England  Australia 3 15.2 57 5 2.80 Australia won[24]
28 Chuck Fleetwood-Smith 29 January 1937  Australia  England 4 30 110 6 2.75 Australia won[24]
29 Ray Lindwall 23 January 1948  Australia  India 3 16.5 38 7 1.71 Australia won[25]
30 Frank Worrell 22 December 1951  West Indies  Australia 1 12.7 38 6 2.21 West Indies won[26]
31 Bill Johnston 22 December 1951  Australia  West Indies 2 12 62 6 3.87 West Indies won[26]
32 Alf Valentine 22 December 1951  West Indies  Australia 3 27.5 102 6 2.76 West Indies won[26]
33 Bill Johnston 24 January 1953  Australia  England 2 49.3 110 5 1.67 Match drawn[27]
34 Richie Benaud 30 January 1959  Australia  England 2 27 91 5 2.52 Australia won[28]

1960–1980

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at Adelaide Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
35 Richie Benaud 27 January 1961  Australia  West Indies 1 27 96 5 2.66 Match drawn[29]
36 Lance Gibbs 27 January 1961  West Indies  Australia 2 35.6 97 5 2.03 Match drawn[29]
37 Graham McKenzie 25 January 1963  Australia  England 2 27 91 5 2.52 Match drawn[30]
38 Trevor Goddard 24 January 1964  South Africa  Australia 1 24.6 60 5 1.81 South Africa won[31]
39 Neil Hawke 24 January 1964  Australia  South Africa 2 39 139 6 2.67 South Africa won[31]
40 Graham McKenzie 28 January 1966  Australia  England 1 21.7 48 6 1.64 Australia won[32]
41 Jeff Jones 28 January 1966  England  Australia 2 29 118 6 3.05 Australia won[32]
42 Neil Hawke 28 January 1966  Australia  England 3 21 54 5 1.92 Australia won[32]
43 Syed Abid Ali 23 December 1967  India  Australia 1 17 55 6 2.48 Australia won[33]
44 Rusi Surti 23 December 1967  India  Australia 3 20.1 74 5 2.75 Australia won[33]
45 David Renneberg 23 December 1967  Australia  India 4 14.2 39 5 2.05 Australia won[33]
46 Alan Connolly 24 January 1969  Australia  West Indies 3 34 122 5 2.69 Match drawn[34]
47 Dennis Lillee 29 January 1971  Australia  England 3 28.3 84 5 2.22 Match drawn[35]
48 Ashley Mallett 22 December 1972  Australia  Pakistan 3 23.6 59 8 1.86 Australia won[36]
49 David O'Sullivan 26 January 1974  New Zealand  Australia 1 35.5 148 5 3.11 Australia won[37]
50 Geoff Dymock 26 January 1974  Australia  New Zealand 3 27 58 5 1.61 Australia won[37]
51 Derek Underwood 25 January 1975  England  Australia 1 29 113 7 2.92 Australia won[38]
52 Vanburn Holder 23 January 1976  West Indies  Australia 1 21 108 5 3.85 Australia won[39]
53 Dennis Lillee 24 December 1976  Australia  Pakistan 3 47.7 163 5 2.55 Match drawn[40]
54 Bhagwath Chandrasekhar 28 January 1978  India  Australia 1 29.4 136 5 3.45 Australia won[41]

1980–1990

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at Adelaide Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
55 Dennis Lillee 26 January 1980  Australia  West Indies 1 24 78 5 3.25 West Indies won[42]
56 Geoff Dymock 26 January 1980  Australia  West Indies 3 33.5 104 5 3.07 West Indies won[42]
57 Michael Holding 30 January 1982  West Indies  Australia 1 25 72 5 2.88 West Indies won[43]
58 Bruce Yardley 30 January 1982  Australia  West Indies 2 40.5 132 5 3.23 West Indies won[43]
59 Joel Garner 30 January 1982  West Indies  Australia 3 35 56 5 1.60 West Indies won[43]
60 Geoff Lawson 10 December 1982  Australia  England 3 24 66 5 2.75 Australia won[44]
61 Azeem Hafeez 9 December 1982  Pakistan  Australia 1 38.2 167 5 4.35 Match drawn[45]
62 Dennis Lillee 9 December 1982  Australia  Pakistan 2 50.2 171 6 3.39 Match drawn[45]
63 Geoff Lawson 7 December 1984  Australia  West Indies 1 40 112 8 2.80 West Indies won[46]
64 Malcolm Marshall 7 December 1984  West Indies  Australia 2 26 69 5 2.65 West Indies won[46]
65 Malcolm Marshall 7 December 1984  West Indies  Australia 4 15.5 38 5 2.40 West Indies won[46]
66 Kapil Dev 13 December 1985  India  Australia 1 38 106 8 2.78 Match drawn[47]
67 Richard Hadlee 11 December 1987  New Zealand  Australia 2 42 68 5 1.61 Match drawn[48]
68 Mike Whitney 3 February 1989  Australia  West Indies 2 30 89 7 2.96 Match drawn[49]

1990–2000

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at Adelaide Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
69 Wasim Akram 19 January 1990  Pakistan  Australia 2 43 100 5 2.32 Match drawn[50]
70 Merv Hughes 19 January 1990  Australia  Pakistan 3 32 111 5 3.46 Match drawn[50]
71 Craig McDermott 25 January 1991  Australia  England 2 26.3 97 5 3.66 Match drawn[51]
72 Craig McDermott 25 January 1992  Australia  India 2 31 76 5 2.45 Australia won[52]
73 Kapil Dev 25 January 1992  India  Australia 3 51 130 5 2.54 Australia won[52]
74 Craig McDermott 25 January 1992  Australia  India 4 29.1 92 5 3.15 Australia won[52]
75 Merv Hughes 23 January 1993  Australia  West Indies 1 21.3 64 5 2.97 Match drawn[53]
76 Merv Hughes 23 January 1993  West Indies  Australia 2 28.2 74 6 2.61 Match drawn[53]
77 Tim May 23 January 1993  Australia  West Indies 3 6.5.3 9 5 1.31 Match drawn[53]
78 Mark Waugh 26 January 1995  Australia  England 3 14 40 5 2.85 England won[54]
79 Paul Reiffel 25 January 1996  Australia  Sri Lanka 2 19.1 39 5 2.03 Australia won[55]
80 Michael Bevan 25 January 1997  Australia  West Indies 3 22.4 82 6 3.61 Australia won[56]
81 Shaun Pollock 30 January 1998  South Africa  Australia 2 41 87 7 2.12 Match drawn[57]
82 Damien Fleming 10 December 1999  Australia  India 4 9.1 30 5 3.27 Australia won[58]

2000–2010

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at Adelaide Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
83 Jason Gillespie 15 December 2000  Australia  West Indies 1 32 89 5 2.78 Australia won[59]
84 Colin Miller 15 December 2000  Australia  West Indies 1 35.5 81 5 2.26 Australia won[59]
85 Colin Miller 15 December 2000  Australia  West Indies 3 17 32 5 1.88 Australia won[59]
86 Shane Warne 14 December 2001  Australia  South Africa 2 39.4 113 5 2.84 Australia won[60]
87 Anil Kumble 12 December 2003  India  Australia 1 43 154 5 3.58 India won[61]
88 Ajit Agarkar 12 December 2003  India  Australia 3 16.2 41 6 2.51 India won[61]
89 Daniel Vettori 26 November 2004  New Zealand  Australia 1 55.2 152 5 2.74 Australia won[62]
90 Dwayne Bravo 25 November 2005  West Indies  Australia 2 27 84 6 3.11 Australia won[63]
91 Shane Warne 25 November 2005  Australia  West Indies 3 33 80 6 2.42 Australia won[63]
92 Matthew Hoggard 1 December 2006  England  Australia 2 42 109 7 2.59 Australia won[64]
93 Brett Lee 28 November 2008  Australia  New Zealand 3 25 105 5 4.20 Australia won[65]
94 Sulieman Benn 4 December 2009  West Indies  Australia 2 53 155 5 2.92 Match drawn[66]
95 Mitchell Johnson 4 December 2009  Australia  West Indies 3 22 103 5 4.68 Match drawn[66]

2010–2020

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at Adelaide Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
96 Graeme Swann 3 December 2010  England  Australia 3 41.1 91 5 2.21 England won[67]
97 Peter Siddle 24 January 2012  Australia  India 2 15 49 5 3.26 Australia won[68]
98 Morne Morkel 22 November 2012  South Africa  Australia 1 30 146 5 4.86 Match drawn[69]
99 Mitchell Johnson 5 December 2013  South Africa  Australia 2 17.2 40 7 2.30 Australia won[70]
100 Nathan Lyon 9 December 2014  Australia  India 2 36 134 5 3.72 Australia won[71]
101 Nathan Lyon 9 December 2014  Australia  India 4 34.1 152 7 4.44 Australia won[59]
102 Josh Hazlewood 27 November 2015  Australia  New Zealand 3 24.5 70 6 2.81 Australia won[72]
103 Trent Boult 27 November 2015  New Zealand  Australia 4 16 60 5 3.75 Australia won[72]
104 James Anderson 2 December 2017  England  Australia 3 22 43 5 1.95 Australia won[73]
105 Mitchell Starc 6 December 2017  Australia  England 4 19.2 88 5 4.55 Australia won[73]

One Day Internationals

Five-wicket hauls in One Day International matches at Adelaide Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Andy Roberts 16 January 1980  West Indies  England 2 10 22 5 2.20 West Indies won[12]
2 Ewen Chatfield 23 November 1980  New Zealand  Australia 1 10 34 5 3.40 New Zealand won[74]
3 Carl Rackemann 30 January 1984  Australia  Pakistan 2 8.2 16 5 1.92 New Zealand won[13]
4 Bruce Reid 26 January 1986  Australia  India 2 10 53 5 5.30 Australia won[75]
5 Saqlain Mushtaq 15 December 1996  Pakistan  Australia 2 8.5 29 5 3.28 Pakistan won[76]
6 Jimmy Adams 17 December 1996  West Indies  Pakistan 1 10 37 5 3.70 West Indies won[77]
7 Glenn McGrath 24 January 1999  Australia  Sri Lanka 2 10 40 5 4.00 Australia won[78]
8 Brett Lee 26 January 2000  Australia  India 2 8.5 27 5 3.05 Australia won[79]
9 Shane Bond 26 January 2002  New Zealand  Australia 2 9.2 25 5 2.67 Australia won[80]
10 Pedro Collins 26 January 2005  West Indies  Australia 1 10 43 5 4.30 Australia won[81]
11 Ryan Harris 26 January 2010  Australia  Pakistan 2 10 43 5 4.30 Australia won[82]
12 Clint McKay 8 March 2012  Australia  Sri Lanka 2 9.5 28 5 2.84 Australia won[83]
13 Sohail Khan 15 February 2015  Pakistan  India 1 10 55 5 5.50 India won[84]

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