List of international cricket five-wicket hauls at the Melbourne Cricket Ground

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The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) is an Australian sports stadium located in Yarra Park, Melbourne, Victoria, and is home to the Melbourne Cricket Club.[1][2] It is the 11th-largest stadium in the world, the largest in Australia, the largest in the Southern Hemisphere, the largest stadium for playing cricket, and has the highest light towers at any sporting venue.

The MCG hosted the First Test match played between Australia and England in 1877, and has since been the venue of 106 Test matches,[3] 138 One-Day International matches,[4] and 7 T20 International matches.[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 MCG was Billy Midwinter in 1877, in the first innings of the first Test.[9] The first non-Australian to take a five-wicket haul in a Test at the MCG was Alfred Shaw, who did so for England against Australia in 1877, in the second innings of the first Test.[9]

The Best Bowling in an Innings at the MCG in a Test match was taken by Sarfraz Nawaz who took 9/86 for Pakistan against Australia on 10 March 1979.[10] The best bowling on the ground by an Australian was by Arthur Mailey for took 9/121 against England on 11 February 1921.[11]

As of August 2016, a five-wicket haul in Test Matches at the MCG has been taken on 163 occasions.

The first ODI 5-wicket haul was taken by Abdul Qadir for Pakistan against Australia in 1983–84.[12] The first 5-wicket haul taken by an Australian was by Mark Waugh against West Indies on 15 December 1992.[13] As of August 2016, a five-wicket haul in ODIs at the MCG has been taken on 20 occasions.

The best ODI bowling figures at the MCG was achieved by Ajit Agarkar, who took 6/42 for India against Australia on 9 January 2004.[14]

The first T20 International was played at the MCG on 1 February 2008 and, to date (October 2014), no bowler has taken a 5-wicket haul in a T20 match at the ground. The best bowling figures to date was achieved by Josh Hazlewood who took 4/30 for Australia against England on 31 January 2014.[15]

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

1877–1899

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at Melbourne Cricket Ground
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Billy Midwinter 15 March 1877  Australia  England 2 54.0 78 5 2.16 Australia won[9]
2 Alfred Shaw 15 March 1877  England  Australia 3 34.0 38 5 1.67 Australia won[9]
3 Tom Kendall 15 March 1877  Australia  England 4 33.1 55 7 2.48 Australia won[9]
4 Fred Spofforth Section-sign 2 January 1879  Australia  England 1 25.0 48 6 2.88 Australia won[16]
5 Tom Emmett 2 January 1879  England  Australia 2 59.0 68 7 1.72 England lost[16]
6 Fred Spofforth Section-sign 2 January 1879  Australia  England 3 35.0 62 7 2.65 Australia won[16]
7 William Cooper 31 December 1881  Australia  England 3 61.0 120 6 2.95 Match drawn[17]
8 Tom Garrett 10 March 1882  Australia  England 1 54.2 80 5 2.20 Match drawn[18]
9 Joey Palmer double-dagger 30 December 1882  Australia  England 2 52.2 65 7 1.85 Australia won[19]
10 Joey Palmer 19 January 1883  Australia  England 1 66.3 103 5 2.31 Australia lost[20]
11 Billy Bates Section-sign 19 January 1883  England  Australia 2 26.2 28 7 1.58 England won[20]
12 Billy Bates Section-sign 19 January 1883  England  Australia 3 33.0 74 7 3.36 England won[20]
13 Billy Barnes 1 January 1885  England  Australia 3 38.3 31 6 1.20 England won[21]
14 John Sharpe 1 January 1892  England  Australia 1 51.0 84 6 1.64 England lost[22]
15 Bob McLeod 1 January 1892  Australia  England 2 28.4 53 5 1.84 Australia won[22]
16 Charlie Turner 1 January 1892  Australia  England 4 33.2 51 5 1.53 Australia won[22]
17 Charlie Turner 29 December 1894  Australia  England 1 20.0 32 5 1.60 Australia lost[23]
18 Tom Richardson 29 December 1894  England  Australia 2 23.0 57 5 2.47 England won[23]
19 George Giffen 29 December 1894  Australia  England 3 78.2 155 6 1.97 Australia lost[23]
20 Tom Richardson 1 March 1895  England  Australia 3 45.2 104 6 2.29 England won[24]
21 Monty Noble 1 January 1898  Australia  England 3 17.0 49 6 2.88 Australia won[25]
22 Jack Hearne 29 January 1898  England  Australia 1 35.4 98 6 2.74 England lost[26]

1900–1924

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at Melbourne Cricket Ground
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
23 Sydney Barnes Section-sign 1 January 1902  England  Australia 1 16.1 42 6 2.59 England lost[27]
24 Monty Noble Section-sign 1 January 1902  Australia  England 2 7.4 17 7 2.21 Australia won[27]
25 Sydney Barnes Section-sign 1 January 1902  England  Australia 3 64.0 121 7 1.89 England lost[27]
26 Monty Noble Section-sign 1 January 1902  Australia  England 4 26.0 60 6 2.30 Australia won[27]
27 Hugh Trumble 28 February 1902  Australia  England 2 25.0 62 5 2.48 Australia won[28]
28 Len Braund 28 February 1902  England  Australia 3 26.1 95 5 3.63 England lost[28]
29 Monty Noble 28 February 1902  Australia  England 4 33.0 98 6 2.96 Australia won[28]
30 Wilfred Rhodes Section-sign 1 January 1904  England  Australia 2 15.2 56 7 3.65 England won[29]
31 Hugh Trumble 1 January 1904  Australia  England 3 10.5 34 5 3.13 Australia lost[29]
32 Wilfred Rhodes Section-sign 1 January 1904  England  Australia 4 15.0 68 8 4.53 England won[29]
33 Len Braund 5 March 1904  England  Australia 1 29.1 81 8 2.77 England lost[30]
34 Tibby Cotter 5 March 1904  Australia  England 2 15.2 40 6 2.60 Australia won[30]
35 George Hirst 5 March 1904  England  Australia 3 16.5 48 5 2.85 England lost[30]
36 Hugh Trumble 5 March 1904  Australia  England 4 6.5 28 7 4.09 Australia won[30]
37 Jack Crawford 1 January 1908  England  Australia 1 29.0 79 5 2.72 England won[31]
38 Tibby Cotter 1 January 1908  Australia  England 2 33.0 142 5 4.30 Australia lost[31]
39 Sydney Barnes 1 January 1908  England  Australia 3 27.4 72 5 2.60 England won[31]
40 Jack Crawford 7 February 1908  England  Australia 1 23.5 48 5 2.01 England lost[32]
41 Jack Saunders 7 February 1908  Australia  England 2 15.2 28 5 1.82 Australia won[32]
42 Bill Whitty 31 December 1910  Australia  South Africa 4 16.0 17 6 1.06 Australia won[33]
43 H. V. Hordern 17 February 1911  Australia  South Africa 4 14.2 66 5 4.60 Australia won[34]
44 Sydney Barnes 30 December 1911  England  Australia 1 23.0 44 5 1.91 England won[35]
45 Frank Foster 30 December 1911  England  Australia 3 38.0 91 6 2.39 England won[35]
46 Sydney Barnes 9 February 1912  England  Australia 1 29.1 74 5 2.53 England won[36]
47 Johnny Douglas 9 February 1912  England  Australia 3 17.5 46 5 2.57 England won[36]
48 Jack Gregory 31 December 1920  Australia  England 2 20.0 69 7 3.45 Australia won[37]
49 Percy Fender 11 February 1921  England  Australia 2 32.0 122 5 3.81 Australia won[11]
50 Arthur Mailey double-dagger 11 February 1921  Australia  England 3 47.0 121 9 2.57 Australia won[11]

1925–1949

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at Melbourne Cricket Ground
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
51 Maurice Tate 1 January 1925  England  Australia 3 33.3 99 6 2.22 England lost[38]
52 Arthur Mailey 1 January 1925  Australia  England 4 24.0 92 5 2.87 Australia won[38]
53 Maurice Tate 13 February 1925  England  Australia 3 25.5 75 5 2.19 England won[39]
54 Don Blackie 29 December 1928  Australia  England 2 44.0 94 6 2.13 Australia lost[40]
55 Jack White 29 December 1928  England  Australia 3 56.5 107 5 1.88 England won[40]
56 George Geary 8 March 1929  England  Australia 2 81.0 105 5 1.29 England lost[41]
57 Tim Wall 8 March 1929  Australia  England 3 26.0 66 5 2.53 Australia won[41]
58 Bert Ironmonger double-dagger 13 February 1931  Australia  West Indies 1 20.0 23 7 1.15 Australia won[42]
59 Sandy Bell 31 December 1931  South Africa  Australia 1 26.1 69 5 2.63 South Africa lost[43]
60 Clarrie Grimmett 31 December 1931  Australia  South Africa 4 46.0 92 6 2.00 Australia won[43]
61 Bert Ironmonger Section-sign 12 February 1932  Australia  South Africa 1 7.2 6 5 0.81 Australia won[44]
62 Bert Ironmonger Section-sign 12 February 1932  Australia  South Africa 3 15.3 18 6 1.16 Australia won[44]
63 Bill O'Reilly Section-sign 30 December 1932  Australia  England 2 34.3 63 5 1.82 Australia won[45]
64 Bill O'Reilly Section-sign 30 December 1932  Australia  England 4 24.0 66 5 2.75 Australia won[45]
65 Morris Sievers 1 January 1937  Australia  England 2 11.2 21 5 1.40 Australia won[46]
66 Chuck Fleetwood-Smith 1 January 1937  Australia  England 4 25.6 124 5 3.61 Australia won[46]
67 Ken Farnes 26 February 1937  England  Australia 1 28.5 96 6 2.51 England lost[47]
68 Bill O'Reilly 26 February 1937  Australia  England 2 23.0 51 5 1.66 Australia won[47]

1950–1974

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at Melbourne Cricket Ground
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
69 Alec Bedser Section-sign 23 February 1951  England  Australia 1 22.0 46 5 1.56 England won[48]
70 Freddie Brown 23 February 1951  England  Australia 1 18.0 49 5 2.04 England won[48]
71 Alec Bedser Section-sign 23 February 1951  England  Australia 3 20.3 59 5 2.17 England won[48]
72 Keith Miller 31 December 1951  Australia  West Indies 1 19.3 60 5 2.32 Australia won[49]
73 John Trim 31 December 1951  West Indies  Australia 2 12.0 34 5 2.12 West Indies lost[49]
74 Alf Valentine 31 December 1951  West Indies  Australia 4 30.0 88 5 2.20 West Indies lost[49]
75 Hugh Tayfield Section-sign 24 December 1952  South Africa  Australia 2 29.4 84 6 2.13 South Africa won[50]
76 Hugh Tayfield Section-sign 24 December 1952  South Africa  Australia 4 37.1 81 7 1.63 South Africa won[50]
77 Bill Johnston 6 February 1953  Australia  South Africa 2 46.0 152 6 2.47 Australia lost[51]
78 Eddie Fuller 6 February 1953  South Africa  Australia 3 30.2 66 5 1.63 South Africa won[51]
79 Brian Statham 31 December 1954  England  Australia 2 16.3 60 5 2.74 England won[52]
80 Bill Johnston 31 December 1954  Australia  England 3 24.5 85 5 2.58 Australia lost[52]
81 Frank Tyson 31 December 1954  England  Australia 4 12.3 27 7 1.63 England won[52]
82 Alan Davidson 31 December 1958  Australia  England 1 25.5 64 6 1.87 Australia won[53]
83 Brian Statham 31 December 1958  England  Australia 2 28.0 57 7 1.52 England lost[53]
84 Ian Meckiff 31 December 1958  Australia  England 3 15.2 38 6 1.86 Australia won[53]
85 Alan Davidson 30 December 1960  Australia  West Indies 2 22.0 53 6 1.80 Australia won[54]
86 Garfield Sobers 10 February 1961  West Indies  Australia 2 44.0 120 5 2.04 West Indies lost[55]
87 Alan Davidson 10 February 1961  Australia  West Indies 3 24.7 84 5 2.53 Australia won[55]
88 Alan Davidson 29 December 1962  Australia  England 2 23.1 75 6 2.43 Australia lost[56]
89 Fred Trueman 29 December 1962  England  Australia 3 20.0 62 5 2.32 England won[56]
90 Arif Butt 4 December 1964  Pakistan  Australia 2 21.3 89 6 3.12 Match drawn[57]
91 Graham McKenzie 30 December 1965  Australia  England 2 35.2 134 5 2.85 Match drawn[58]
92 Graham McKenzie double-dagger 30 December 1967  Australia  India 1 21.4 66 7 2.30 Australia won[59]
93 E. A. S. Prasanna 30 December 1967  India  Australia 2 34.0 141 6 3.11 India lost[59]
94 Graham McKenzie double-dagger 26 December 1968  Australia  West Indies 1 28.0 71 8 1.90 Australia won[60]
95 John Gleeson 26 December 1968  Australia  West Indies 3 26.4 61 5 1.72 Australia won[60]
96 Bob Willis 26 December 1974  England  Australia 2 21.7 61 5 2.09 Match drawn[61]

1975–1999

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at Melbourne Cricket Ground
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
97 Peter Lever 8 February 1975  England  Australia 1 11.0 38 6 2.59 England won[62]
98 Max Walker 8 February 1975  Australia  England 2 42.2 143 8 2.53 Australia lost[62]
99 Jeff Thomson dagger 26 December 1975  Australia  West Indies 1 11.0 62 5 4.22 Australia won[63]
100 Dennis Lillee 31 January 1976  Australia  West Indies 2 11.3 63 5 4.15 Australia won[64]
101 Gary Gilmour 31 January 1976  Australia  West Indies 2 10.0 34 5 2.55 Australia won[64]
102 Dennis Lillee Section-sign 1 January 1977  Australia  Pakistan 2 23.0 82 6 2.67 Australia won[65]
103 Imran Khan 1 January 1977  Pakistan  Australia 3 25.5 122 5 3.57 Pakistan lost[65]
104 Dennis Lillee Section-sign 12 March 1977  Australia  England 2 13.3 26 6 1.45 Australia won[66]
105 Dennis Lillee Section-sign 12 March 1977  Australia  England 4 34.4 139 5 3.02 Won[66]
106 B. S. Chandrasekhar Section-sign 30 December 1977  India  Australia 2 14.1 52 6 2.76 India won[67]
107 B. S. Chandrasekhar Section-sign 30 December 1977  India  Australia 4 20.0 52 6 1.95 India won[67]
108 Rodney Hogg Section-sign 29 December 1978  Australia  England 2 17.0 30 5 1.32 Australia won[68]
109 Rodney Hogg Section-sign 29 December 1978  Australia  England 4 17.0 36 5 1.58 Australia won[68]
110 Sarfraz Nawaz double-dagger 10 March 1979  Pakistan  Australia 4 35.4 86 9 1.81 Pakistan won[10]
111 Dennis Lillee dagger Section-sign 1 February 1980  Australia  England 1 33.1 60 6 1.80 Australia won[69]
112 Dennis Lillee dagger Section-sign 1 February 1980  Australia  England 3 33.0 78 5 2.36 Australia won[69]
113 Richard Hadlee dagger 26 December 1980  New Zealand  Australia 3 27.2 57 6 2.08 Match drawn[70]
114 Kapil Dev 7 February 1981  India  Australia 4 16.4 28 5 1.68 India won[71]
115 Bruce Yardley dagger 11 December 1981  Australia  Pakistan 1 66.0 187 7 2.83 Australia lost[72]
116 Michael Holding Section-sign 26 December 1981  West Indies  Australia 1 17.0 45 5 2.64 West Indies lost[73]
117 Dennis Lillee double-dagger 26 December 1981  Australia  West Indies 2 26.3 83 7 3.13 Australia won[73]
118 Michael Holding Section-sign 26 December 1981  West Indies  Australia 3 21.3 62 6 2.88 West Indies lost[73]
119 Norman Cowans dagger 26 December 1982  England  Australia 4 26.0 77 6 2.96 England won[74]
120 Abdul Qadir 26 December 1983  Pakistan  Australia 2 54.3 166 5 3.04 Match drawn[75]
121 Malcolm Marshall 22 December 1984  West Indies  Australia 2 31.5 86 5 2.70 Match drawn[76]
122 Gladstone Small dagger 26 December 1986  England  Australia 1 22.4 48 5 2.11 England won[77]
123 Ian Botham 26 December 1986  England  Australia 1 16.0 41 5 2.56 England won[77]
124 Craig McDermott 26 December 1987  Australia  New Zealand 1 35.0 97 5 2.77 Match drawn[78]
125 Richard Hadlee Section-sign dagger 26 December 1987  New Zealand  Australia 2 44.0 109 5 2.47 Match drawn[78]
126 Tony Dodemaide 26 December 1987  Australia  New Zealand 3 28.3 58 6 2.03 Match drawn[78]
127 Richard Hadlee Section-sign dagger 26 December 1987  New Zealand  Australia 4 31.0 67 5 2.16 Match drawn[78]
128 Steve Waugh 24 December 1988  Australia  West Indies 3 24.0 92 5 3.83 Australia lost[79]
129 Patrick Patterson 24 December 1988  West Indies  Australia 4 15.1 39 5 2.57 West Indies won[79]
130 Wasim Akram Section-sign dagger 12 January 1990  Pakistan  Australia 1 30.0 62 6 2.06 Pakistan lost[80]
131 Wasim Akram Section-sign dagger 12 January 1990  Pakistan  Australia 3 41.4 98 5 2.35 Pakistan lost[80]
132 Terry Alderman 12 January 1990  Australia  Pakistan 4 33.5 105 5 3.10 Australia won[80]
133 Bruce Reid Section-sign dagger 26 December 1990  Australia  England 1 39.0 97 6 2.48 Australia won[81]
134 Angus Fraser 26 December 1990  England  Australia 2 39.0 82 6 2.10 England lost[81]
135 Bruce Reid Section-sign dagger 26 December 1990  Australia  England 3 22.0 51 7 2.31 Australia won[81]
136 Bruce Reid Section-sign dagger 26 December 1991  Australia  India 1 26.2 66 6 2.50 Australia won[82]
137 Kapil Dev 26 December 1991  India  Australia 2 35.0 97 5 2.77 India lost[82]
138 Bruce Reid Section-sign dagger 26 December 1991  Australia  India 3 29.0 60 6 2.06 Australia won[82]
139 Shane Warne dagger 26 December 1992  Australia  West Indies 4 23.2 52 7 2.22 Australia won[83]
140 Shane Warne 24 December 1994  Australia  England 2 27.4 64 6 2.31 Australia won[84]
141 Craig McDermott dagger 24 December 1994  Australia  England 4 16.5 42 5 2.49 Australia won[84]
142 Glenn McGrath dagger 26 December 1995  Australia  Sri Lanka 2 23.4 40 5 1.69 Australia won[85]
143 Curtly Ambrose dagger 26 December 1996  West Indies  Australia 1 24.5 55 5 2.21 West Indies won[86]
144 Glenn McGrath 26 December 1996  Australia  West Indies 2 30.0 50 5 1.66 Australia lost[86]
145 Allan Donald 26 December 1997  South Africa  Australia 3 27.0 59 6 2.18 Match drawn[87]
146 Darren Gough 26 December 1998  England  Australia 2 28.0 96 5 3.42 England won[88]
147 Dean Headley dagger 26 December 1998  England  Australia 4 17.0 60 6 3.52 England won[88]
148 Brett Lee 26 December 1999  Australia  India 2 18.0 47 5 2.61 Australia won[89]

2000–

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at Melbourne Cricket Ground
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
149 Andy Bichel 26 December 2000  Australia  West Indies 2 13.3 60 5 4.44 Australia won[90]
150 Jason Gillespie 26 December 2000  Australia  West Indies 4 17.0 40 6 2.35 Australia won[90]
151 Stuart MacGill 26 December 2002  Australia  England 3 48.0 152 5 3.16 Australia won[91]
152 Anil Kumble 26 December 2003  India  Australia 2 51.0 176 6 3.45 India lost[92]
153 Shoaib Akhtar 26 December 2004  Pakistan  Australia 2 27.0 109 5 4.03 Pakistan lost[93]
153 Danish Kaneria 26 December 2004  Pakistan  Australia 2 39.3 125 5 3.16 Pakistan lost[93]
155 Shane Warne dagger 26 December 2006  Australia  England 1 17.2 39 5 2.25 Australia won[94]
156 Anil Kumble 26 December 2007  India  Australia 1 25.0 84 5 3.36 India lost[95]
157 Dale Steyn dagger Section-sign 26 December 2008  South Africa  Australia 1 29.0 87 5 3.00 South Africa won[96]
158 Dale Steyn dagger Section-sign 26 December 2008  South Africa  Australia 3 20.2 67 5 3.29 South Africa won[96]
159 Mohammad Amir 26 December 2009  Pakistan  Australia 3 24.0 79 5 3.29 Pakistan lost[97]
160 Nathan Hauritz 26 December 2009  Australia  Pakistan 4 24.0 101 5 4.20 Australia won[97]
161 Peter Siddle 26 December 2010  Australia  England 2 33.1 75 6 2.26 Australia lost[98]
162 Ben Hilfenhaus 26 December 2011  Australia  India 2 26.0 75 5 2.88 Australia won[99]
163 Mitchell Johnson dagger 26 December 2013  Australia  England 1 24.0 63 5 2.62 Australia won[100]
164 Nathan Lyon 26 December 2013  Australia  England 3 17.0 50 5 2.94 Australia won[100]

One Day Internationals

Five-wicket hauls in One Day Internationals at Melbourne Cricket Ground
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Abdul Qadir dagger 21 January 1984  Pakistan  Australia 1 10.0 53 5 5.30 Pakistan lost[101]
2 Joel Garner dagger 12 February 1984  West Indies  Australia 1 10.0 31 5 3.10 West Indies won[102]
3 Wasim Akram dagger 24 February 1985  Pakistan  Australia 2 8.0 21 5 2.62 Pakistan won[103]
4 Mudassar Nazar 6 March 1985  Pakistan  West Indies 1 7.3 28 5 3.73 Pakistan won[104]
5 Curtly Ambrose dagger 15 December 1988  West Indies  Australia 2 8.2 17 5 2.04 West Indies won[105]
6 Curtly Ambrose 14 January 1989  West Indies  Australia 1 10.0 26 5 2.60 West Indies lost[106]
7 Mark Waugh dagger 15 December 1992  Australia  West Indies 2 6.0 24 5 4.00 Australia won[107]
8 Richard Snell 21 January 1994  South Africa  Australia 2 9.5 40 5 4.06 South Africa won[108]
9 Anthony Stuart dagger 16 January 1997  Australia  Pakistan 1 10.0 26 5 2.60 Australia won[109]
10 Lance Klusener dagger 9 December 1997  South Africa  Australia 2 7.1 24 5 3.34 South Africa won[110]
11 Shane Lee 7 February 1999  Australia  Sri Lanka 2 8.1 33 5 4.04 Australia won[111]
12 Makhaya Ntini dagger 6 February 2002  South Africa  New Zealand 1 10.0 31 5 3.10 South Africa won[112]
13 Brett Lee dagger 25 January 2003  Australia  England 2 9.3 30 5 3.15 Australia won[113]
14 Ajit Agarkar 9 January 2004  India  Australia 1 9.3 42 6 4.42 India lost[14]
15 Brad Hogg dagger 14 January 2005  Australia  West Indies 2 10.0 32 5 3.20 Australia won[114]
16 Thisara Perera 3 November 2010  Sri Lanka  Australia 1 8.0 46 5 5.75 Sri Lanka won[115]
17 Daniel Christian 2 March 2012  Australia  Sri Lanka 1 9.0 31 5 3.44 Australia lost[116]
18 Mitchell Starc dagger 18 January 2015  Australia  India 1 10.0 43 6 4.30 Australia lost[117]
19 Steven Finn 14 February 2015  England  Australia 1 10.0 71 5 7.10 England lost[118]
20 Mitchell Marsh 14 February 2015  Australia  England 2 9.0 33 5 3.66 Australia won[118]

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