Windies vs England, 2019: 4th ODI – Statistical Highlights
Here are all the major stats and numbers recorded during the high-scoring Grenada ODI.
Updated - Feb 28, 2019 2:48 pm
England put themselves in a situation where they won’t lose the ODI series as they defeated the Windies in the 4th ODI by 29 runs to take a 2-1 lead. In the high scoring game in Grenada, England posted a huge total of 418/6 courtesy of Jos Buttler’s 77-ball 150 and Eoin Morgan 88-ball 103. Chris Gayle guided the Windies in the chase with a 97-ball 162 but his team ended 30 runs short of the target with Adil Rashid taking four wickets in the space of five balls in the 48th over.
Here are all the major stats and numbers recorded during the high-scoring Grenada ODI:
A match of runs and boundaries:
389/10 – Windies’ total of 389/10 is the highest “all out” total in ODI cricket. The previous highest ODI total in an all-out innings was 365 by England in the 2018 ODI against Scotland.
532 – A total of 532 runs were scored through boundaries in this game as 64 fours and 46 sixes were hit. These are the highest number of runs coming in boundaries in an ODI surpassing the 504 runs during the 2006 South Africa-Australia ODI in Johannesburg.
807 – The Grenada ODI is only the 3rd in ODI history to aggregate 800+ runs. The SA-AUS Johannesburg ODI in 2006 aggregated 872 runs while as many as 425 runs were scored during the India-Sri Lanka 2009 Rajkot ODI.
55 – Gayle brought up his century from 55 balls in this game and registered the second fastest ODI century for the Windies. Brian Lara scored a 45-ball hundred against Bangladesh in 1999.
Gayle @ 10,000:
2 – Chris Gayle became only the 2nd player from the Windies to aggregate 10,000 runs in ODI cricket. Brian Lara was the first from the Caribbean Islands to reach this milestone. Overall, Gayle is the 14th player to score 10,000 ODI runs.
More Numbers: Stats: Chris Gayle completes 10000 runs in ODI cricket
Buttler goes big in the end:
76 – Balls Jos Buttler needed for breaching the 150-run mark; the 2nd fastest individual 150 in ODI cricket. AB de Villiers brought up his 150 in only 64 deliveries during the CWC15 game also against the Windies.
New records in the Caribbean Islands:
5 – This ODI is also only the 5th to witness two individual 150+ scores but the first such ODI in the Windies. India in 1999 against New Zealand at LB Stadium in Hyderabad and New Zealand against Ireland in the 2008 Aberdeen ODI had two 150+ scores in the same innings.
The SA-AUS Johannesburg ODI in 2006 and ZIM-BAN Bulawayo ODI in 2009 witnessed a 150+ score recorded by each team.
418/6 – England’s total of 418/6 is the highest ODI total in the Windies surpassing India’s 413/5 against Bermuda in the 2007 CWC game. This is also the 2nd highest List A total in the Caribbean Islands behind Jamaica’s 434/4 against Trinidad and Tobago in 2017.
Sixes galore in Grenada:
46 – Number of sixes hit during this game – 24 by England and 22 by Windies; the most in an ODI game. The previous highest number of sixes in an ODI was 38 during the 2013 Bangalore ODI between India and Australia.
93 – A total of 93 sixes have been hit during this series between Windies and England after only six completed team innings. These are the 2nd highest number of sixes hit during an ODI series after 107 sixes across 11 completed innings in the India-Australia series in 2013.
Morgan @ 6,000:
6051 – Runs scored by Eoin Morgan in the ODI format while playing for England. He became the first player to aggregate 6000 ODI runs for them. Morgan has 6795 runs to his name in ODIs including the runs he scored for Ireland.
Expensive 5-fers and 4-fers:
5/85 – Adil Rashid’s 5/85 is the most expensive 5-wicket haul in ODI history. Scotland’s Gordon Goudie conceded 73 runs in his ten overs for his 5-fer against Australia in 2009. Rashid’s 85 runs are also the most number of runs conceded by a bowler while taking a 4-wicket haul in ODIs.
Shingi Masakadza conceded 86 runs for his 4-fer against South Africa in the 2010 Bloemfontein ODI. During the last week’s ODI against Bangladesh, Tim Southee took 6/65 which is the most expensive 6-wicket haul in ODI format.
389 – Windies total of 389/10 is the highest ODI total to involve two 4-wicket hauls. This is also, in fact, the first ever 300+ total in ODIs despite two bowlers claiming 4-wicket hauls. Mark Wood took 4/60 while Rashid claimed 5/85 in the respective ten overs.
Four in five balls for Rashid:
3 – Adil Rashid became only the 3rd bowler to claim four wickets in the space of five or fewer deliveries in ODI cricket. Lasith Malinga picked up four in four against South Africa in the 2007 CWC game while Saqlain Mushtaq took four in five balls against Zimbabwe in 1996.