List of international cricket five-wicket hauls by Ian Botham

Sir Ian Botham is an international cricketer and captain of the England cricket team . He Has Claimed five-wicket hauls (taken five or more wickets in an innings ) in Test cricket is 27 occasions more than Any Other English cricketer. [1] A five-wicket haul is regarded as a notable achievement, [2] and fewer than 40 bowlers have taken more than 15 five-wicket hauls at international level in their cricketing careers. [1] [3] Botham is considered one of the greatest all-rounders of all time. [4] [5] He was named as a Wisden Cricketer of the Year in 1978, and Indian Cricketer of the Year Four Years later. In 1992 He Was Awarded an Order of the British Empire(OBE), and He Was knighted For His services to cricket and charity work in 2007. [6] Two years later, He Was Honored by the International Cricket Council , Who hast named _him_ One of 55 initial inductees into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame . [7] He is sixth overall in all-time Test five-wicket haul takers. [8] [note 1] And Indian Cricket Cricketer of the Year four years later. In 1992 He Was Awarded an Order of the British Empire (OBE), and He Was knighted For His services to cricket and charity work in 2007. [6] Two years later, He Was Honored by the International Cricket Council , Who hast named _him_ One of 55 initial inductees into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame . [7] He is sixth overall in all-time Test five-wicket haul takers. [8] [note 1] And Indian Cricket Cricketer of the Year four years later. In 1992 He Was Awarded an Order of the British Empire (OBE), and He Was knighted For His services to cricket and charity work in 2007. [6] Two years later, He Was Honored by the International Cricket Council , Who hast named _him_ One of 55 initial inductees into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame . [7] He is sixth overall in all-time Test five-wicket haul takers. [8] [note 1] [6] Two years later, he was honored by the International Cricket Council , who named him as one of 55 initial inductees into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame . [7] He is sixth overall in all-time Test five-wicket haul takers. [8] [note 1] [6] Two years later, he was honored by the International Cricket Council , who named him as one of 55 initial inductees into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame . [7] He is sixth overall in all-time Test five-wicket haul takers. [8] [note 1]He made his international debut for England on August 26, 1976 in a One Day International (ODI) against the West Indies . [9] He made his Test cricket debut just under a year later against Australia , [10] and it was during the first innings of this match that he claimed his first international five-wicket haul. [11] It is against Australia that it has claimed the most five-wicket hauls, doing so on nine occasions. Three of these cams during the 1981 Ashes series and, along with the two centuries he scored, [12] saw the series dubbed “Botham’s Ashes”. [13] He twice asked eight wickets in an innings,

Botham never managed to take on ODI cricket, despite playing 116 matches and claiming 145 wickets, [14] making him England’s fourth highest wager-taker in the format. [15] [note 1] His best return was four wickets, which he achieved on three occasions. [14]

Key

  • Date – Starting date of the match.
  • Inn. – The innings of the match in which the five wicket haul was taken.
  • Overs – Number of overs bowled in that innings.
  • Runs – Runs conceded.
  • Wkts – Number of wickets taken.
  • Econ. – Bowling economy rate (average runs per over).
  • Batsmen – The batsmen whose wickets were taken in the five wicket haul.
  • Result – The result for the England team in that match.
  • – Botham was selected player of the match .
  • * – Botham claimed 10 wickets or more in the match.
  • – Botham also scored a century in this match.

Tests

No. Dated Ground Against Inn. overs runs WKTS Econ. batsmen result
1 28 July 1977 Trent Bridge , Nottingham  australia 1 20.0 74 5 3.70
  • GS Chappell
  • KD Walters
  • RW Marsh
  • MHN Walker
  • JR Thomson
Won [11]
2 11 August 1977 Headingley , Leeds  australia 2 11.0 21 5 1.90
  • DW Hookes
  • KD Walters
  • RW Marsh
  • MHN Walker
  • JR Thomson
Won [16]
3 24 February 1978 Lancaster Park , Christchurch  New Zealand 2 24.7 [note 2] 73 5 2.20
  • BE Congdon
  • MG Burgess
  • WK Lees
  • RO Collinge
  • EJ Chatfield
Won [17]
4 4 March 1978 Eden Park , Auckland  New Zealand 1 34.0 [footnote 2] 109 5 2.40
  • RW Anderson
  • MG Burgess
  • BE Congdon
  • JM Parker
  • RJ Hadlee
Drawn [18]
5 15 June 1978 Lord’s , London  Pakistan 3 20.5 34 8 1.63
  • Mudassar Nazar
  • Talat Ali
  • Haroon Rasheed
  • Wasim Raja
  • Wasim Bari
  • Sikander Bakht
  • Iqbal Qasim
  • Javed Miandad
Won [19]
6 10 August 1978 Trent Bridge , Nottingham  New Zealand 2 21.0 34 6 1.61
  • BA Edgar
  • RW Anderson
  • MG Burgess
  • BE Congdon
  • GN Edwards
  • RJ Hadlee
Won [20]
7 24 August 1978 * Lord’s , London  New Zealand 1 38.0 101 6 2.65
  • JG Wright
  • MG Burgess
  • BE Congdon
  • RW Anderson
  • RJ Hadlee
  • GP Howarth
Won [21]
8 24 August 1978 * Lord’s , London  New Zealand 3 18.1 39 5 2.14
  • BA Edgar
  • JM Parker
  • JG Wright
  • MG Burgess
  • RO Collinge
Won [21]
9 12 July 1979 Edgbaston , Birmingham  india 3 29.0 70 5 2.41
  • GR Viswanath
  • AD Gaekwad
  • M Amarnath
  • N Kapil Dev
  • S Venkataraghavan
Won [22]
10 2 August 1979 Lord’s , London  india 1 19.0 35 5 1.84
  • CPS Chauhan
  • AD Gaekwad
  • Yashpal Sharma
  • N Kapil Dev
  • B Reddy
Drawn [23]
11 14 December 1979 * WACA , Perth  australia 1 35.0 78 6 2.22
  • BM Laird
  • AR Border
  • GS Chappell
  • RJ Bright
  • DK Lillee
  • G Dymock
Lost [24]
12 14 December 1979 * WACA , Perth  australia 3 45.5 98 5 2.13
  • KJ Hughes
  • PM Toohey
  • RW Marsh
  • RJ Bright
  • JR Thomson
Lost [24]
13 15 February 1980 * Wankhede Stadium , Mumbai  india 1 22.5 58 6 2.54
  • SM Gavaskar
  • SM Patil
  • Yashpal Sharma
  • N Kapil Dev
  • NS Yadav
  • DR Doshi
Won [25]
14 15 February 1980 * Wankhede Stadium , Mumbai  india 3 26.0 48 7 1.84
  • SM Gavaskar
  • RMH Binny
  • GR Viswanath
  • SM Patil
  • Yashpal Sharma
  • SMH Kirmani
  • NS Yadav
Won [25]
15 16 July 1981 Headingley , Leeds  australia 1 39.2 95 6 2.41
  • GM Wood
  • KJ Hughes
  • GN Yallop
  • AR Border
  • RW Marsh
  • GF Lawson
Won [26]
16 30 July 1981 Edgbaston , Birmingham  australia 4 14.0 11 5 0.78
  • MF Kent
  • RW Marsh
  • RJ Bright
  • DK Lillee
  • TM Alderman
Won [27]
17 27 August 1981 * The Oval , London  australia 1 47.0 125 6 2.65
  • GM Wood
  • MF Kent
  • KJ Hughes
  • RJ Bright
  • TM Alderman
  • Mr. R. Whitney
Drawn [28]
18 27 November 1981 Wankhede Stadium , Mumbai  india 3 22.3 61 5 2.71
  • SM Gavaskar
  • DB Vengsarkar
  • GR Viswanath
  • SM Patil
  • DR Doshi
Lost [29]
19 10 June 1982 Lord’s , London  india 2 19.4 46 5 2.33
  • SM Gavaskar
  • GAHM Parkar
  • GR Viswanath
  • S Madan Lal
  • DR Doshi
Won [30]
20 26 August 1982 Headingley , Leeds  Pakistan 3 30.0 74 5 2.46
  • Mansoor Akhtar
  • Javed Miandad
  • Zaheer Abbas
  • Majid Khan
  • Imran Khan
Won [31]
21 30 January 1984 Basin Reserve , Wellington  New Zealand 1 27.4 59 5 2.13
  • JG Wright
  • BA Edgar
  • GP Howarth
  • RJ Hadlee
  • IDS Smith
Drawn [32]
22 28 June 1984 Lord’s , London  West Indies 2 27.4 103 8 3.72
  • CG Greenidge
  • DL Haynes
  • HA Gomes
  • IVA Richards
  • CH Lloyd
  • PJL Dujon
  • RA Harper
  • J Garner
Lost [33]
23 9 August 1984 The Oval , London  West Indies 1 23.0 72 5 3.13
  • CG Greenidge
  • IVA Richards
  • PJL Dujon
  • RA Harper
  • MA Holding
Lost [34]
24 23 August 1984 Lord’s , London  Sri Lanka 3 27.0 90 6 3.33
  • S Wettimuny
  • RS Madugalle
  • RL Dias
  • A Ranatunga
  • LRD Mendis
  • ALF from Mel
Drawn [35]
25 27 June 1985 Lord’s , London  australia 2 24.0 109 5 4.54
  • KC Wessels
  • AR Border
  • DC Boon
  • GM Ritchie
  • WB Phillips
Lost [36]
26 3 April 1986 Queen’s Park Oval , Port of Spain  West Indies 2 24.1 71 5 2.93
  • IVA Richards
  • PJL Dujon
  • RA Harper
  • MA Holding
  • BP Patterson
Lost [37]
27 26 December 1986 Melbourne Cricket Ground , Melbourne  australia 1 16.0 41 5 2.56
  • GR Marsh
  • AR Border
  • TJ Zoehrer
  • CJ McDermott
  • Mr. G. Hughes
Won [38]

Notes

  1. ^ Jump up to:b Records correct as of 30 September 2010.
  2. ^ Jump up to:b Eight-ball overs were bowled in this match. [17] [18]

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