Highlights IPL 2017, SRH vs RCB, Match 1 cricket scores and result: Hyderabad beat Bangalore by 35 runs

  • That's it from us at Firstpost Sports in our coverage of the opening game between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Royal Challengers Bangalore. Do tune in tomorrow for the Maharashtra Derby — Mumbai Indians vs Rising Pune Supergiant. 

    Till then, goodnight! 

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    Man of the Match in an inaugural match of each IPL season:
    Brendon McCullum,2007/08
    Sachin Tendulkar,2009
    Angelo Mathews,2009/10
    Srikkanth Anirudha,2011
    Richard Levi,2012
    Sunil Narine,2013
    Jacques Kallis,2014 
    Morne Morkel,2015
    Ajinkya Rahane,2016
    YUVRAJ SINGH,2017*

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    SRH becomes the second team after KKR to win an opening match of next IPL season after winning the IPL title in previous season.

  • Vedam Jaishankar, Journalist and commentator

    RCB were outplayed. Particularly in fielding and bowling. SRH were brilliant with heir fielding and extremely disciplined with the bowling. RCB, on the other hand looked rusty. Their fielding was pathetic. Chahal bowled brilliantly. Mills too did a good job. But with the fielders so butter-fingered, the bowlers were let down time and again. The ground fielding too was bad. RCB's batsmen got a look-in but seemed to lack the conviction to carry on. For SRH, Hendriques, Cutting and Yuvraj were outstanding. Skipper Warner didn't get runs but fielded superbly. RCB lost by 35 runs. They need to get back and tweak quite a bit about their way of playing.

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    Largest wins for SRH in IPL: (By runs)
    85 v MI, Visakhapatnam, 2016
    35 v RCB, Hyderabad, 2017*
    32 v RR, Ahmedabad, 2014 
    Teams to win an inaugral match of each IPL season:
    KKR v RCB,2007/08
    MI v CSK,2009
    KKR v DD,2009/10
    CSK v KKR,2011
    MI v CSK,2012
    KKR v DD,2013
    KKR v MI,2014
    KKR v MI,2015
    RPS v MI,2016
    SRH v RCB, 2017

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    Oldest players to take 100 wickets in IPL:
    37y 341d - ASHISH NEHRA*
    34y 290d - Harbhajan Singh 
    32y 99d - Vinay Kumar 
    31y 224d - Dwayne Bravo 
    31y 167d - Amit Mishra 

  • OUT! A rather tame way for the match to end, and Royal Challengers Bangalore have been bowled out after a very long time! Having hit the previous delivery for a six towards fine-leg with a hook, Aniket Choudhary pats the next delivery towards wide mid-on. The fielder throws the ball back to the non-striker's stumps, with Yuzvendra Chahal well outside his crease! Sunrisers Hyderabad defeat Royal Challengers Bangalore by 35 runs as a result, and this has turned out to be easier than expected for the defending champions against last year's runners-up. 

    Yuzvendra Chahal run out 3(7)

  • After 19 overs,Bangalore 165/9 ( Yuzvendra Chahal 2 , Aniket Choudhary 0)

    Bhuvneshwar Kumar bowls his final over, and is in for a rude shock when Mills dispatches him for a six over deep point. Bhuvi responds with a slower delivery that results in a miscue towards mid-on,  with Bangalore now just a wicket away from a certain defeat. 

  • OUT! Bhuvneshwar removes Mills right after the latter smashes him for a six. Tries to hit towards long-on this time, though a bottom-edge means he doesn't get the required distance. Warner gets under the ball, and completes the catch near the mid-on region. 

    Tymal Mills c David Warner b Bhuvneshwar Kumar 6(3)

  • After 18 overs,Bangalore 156/8 ( Tymal Mills 0 , Yuzvendra Chahal 0)

    If there had to be one over that has virtually sealed the game for SRH, it is this, with Nehra giving away just two runs while taking two wickets, including the key scalp of Watson! 

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    Ashish Nehra becomes the first left-arm bowler to take 100 wickets in IPL. 

    Least matches to take 100 wickets in IPL:
    70 - Lasith Malinga 
    83 - Amit Mishra, ASHISH NEHRA*
    89 - Dwayne Bravo 
    100 - Harbhajan Singh 
    102 - R Vinay Kumar, Piyush Chawla 

  • OUT! Two-in-two for Ashish Nehra! The veteran pacer fires a full-toss to Aravind, and uproots his leg-stump with utmost ease to reduce RCB to 156/8. The local fans, having been silenced by the batting of Gayle and Jadhav, are upbeat at the moment, knowing the game has virtually been sealed. This is also Nehra's 100th wicket in IPL. 

    Sreenath Aravind b Ashish Nehra 0(2)

  • OUT! And that should virtually signal the end of the RCB innings, though one can never really rule out the impossible. Watson tries to go for an almighty slog, and ends up top-edging it to Henriques at extra-cover. The RCB skipper knows his folly almost right after, with the visitors losing their seventh wicket with 156 on board.

    Shane Watson c Moises Henriques b Ashish Nehra 22(17)

  • After 17 overs,Bangalore 154/6 ( Shane Watson (C) 20 , Sreenath Aravind 0)

    Bhuvi back into the attack, with the last four overs to go in the RCB innings. Binny bottom-edges the second delivery to send the ball high near the short third-man region. Ojha screams out for the catch, but fails to position himself properly for the catch, dropping a sitter in the process. The Indian pacer ensures Binny doesn't walk away with too many runs in his second life, inducing him into a miscue with a leg-cutter. 

  • OUT! Having been dropped barely a couple of deliveries earlier, Bhuvneshwar  ensures he doesn't let Binny walk away with a lot of runs from that. Binny tries pulling this one, only to mistime it and send it straight to Yuvraj at short third-man. RCB lose their sixth wicket with 154 on board, with another 19 balls left.

    Stuart Binny  c Yuvraj Singh b Bhuvneshwar Kumar 11(10)

  • After 16 overs,Bangalore 151/5 ( Shane Watson (C) 18 , Stuart Binny 10)

    Cutting back into the attack for his third over, and now Binny gets the confidence to whack to ball over the boundary rope, targeting the midwicket region. Cutting surprises Binny with a shorter ball in the third delivery, which he feebly tries to uppercut. Nearly results in a catch for Yuvraj stationed at short third man. Watson creams the fifth ball of the over through cover to bring the 150 up for RCB, who still are in the hunt as long as these two are around. 

  • After 15 overs,Bangalore 139/5 ( Shane Watson (C) 13 , Stuart Binny 3)

    Last over for Rashid Khan, who has had something of a dream debut so far in the match. The Afghan unleashes a couple of googlies in the over, one of which results in an unsuccessful lbw appeal. Watson strikes the last ball of his spell down the ground for a six, ending his run in this game on a rather unsatisfactory note. Great debut for Rashid nevertheless, letting the ball do the talking after the big bucks. 

  • After 14 overs,Bangalore 130/5 ( Shane Watson (C) 6 , Stuart Binny 1)

    Just four singles and a wicket in the 14th over of the RCB innings, and the visitors have already lost half of their batsmen. Binny joins Watson out at the centre, and the latter's hard-hitting abilities is perhaps the last source of hope for Bangaloreans. Oh how this game has turned! 

  • OUT! This is turning out to be a one-sided path to victory for Hyderabad now, with Sachin Baby getting a thick edge towards square-leg. where Henriques holds on to the catch to complete the fifth wicket. Bipul Sharma strikes in his very first over! RCB 128/5 after 13.4 overs. 

    Sachin Baby c Moises Henriques b Bipul Sharma 1(3)

  • After 13 overs,Bangalore 126/4 ( Shane Watson (C) 4 , Sachin Baby 0)

    Rashid into his third over, and one feels the couple of boundaries in his previous over would have dented his confidence slightly. Bad ball by Rashid in the fourth delivery, with the ball travelling over to the square-leg boundary — landing an inch inside the rope. Rashid has the perfect answer in the very next delivery, firing a wrong 'un to fox the Australian batsman, capturing his second wicket of the innings. As the innings heads into its second strategic time out, one can't help but feel the game slowly drifing away in Hyderabad's favour. 

  • Vedam Jaishankar, Journalist and commentator

    What a throw! Kedar Jadhav would have realised the difference between a quick, flat throw and run of the mill fielding. The Ben Cutting throw and the manner in which the bails flew off the stumps sent wicket-keeper Naman Ojha scurrying for a helmet complete with a protective grill. He probably needs shatter proof eye glasses too. Cutting who took last year's final away from RCB has already made a mark in this match with his batting and fielding. Looks like he will be a big player for SRH this season. Lovely partnership between Jadhav and Head broken. Funny thing RCB looks like losing wickets in pairs. Head left soon after, in the next over! RCB in trouble. But match not over yet.

  • OUT! Rashid Khan strikes again, and what a game he is having right now! Barely a delivery after getting for a boundary, Rashid makes a perfect comeback with a googly that completely foxes Head, getting a bottom-edge off his bat that carries to Yuvraj Singh near the long-on fence. RCB 126/4

    Travis Head c Yuvraj Singh b Rashid Khan 30(22) 

  • After 12 overs,Bangalore 118/3 ( Travis Head 25 , Shane Watson (C) 1)

    Henriques back into the attack. Jadhav tries going down on one knee for a ramp towards fine-leg, and comes back for a risky second, though he falls short of his crease by some distance thanks to a brilliant direct hit by Ben Cutting. Brings captain Shane Watson out to the centre. 

  • OUT! An absolutely brilliant throw by Ben Cutting from fine-leg results in the key wicket of Kedar Jadhav, who was running back for a risky second. What an arm, uprooting the off-stump with a direct hit! Ends the stand at the 56-run mark! RCB 116/3 after 11.4 overs

    Kedar Jadhav run out (Ben Cutting) 31(16)

  • After 11 overs,Bangalore 111/2 ( Travis Head 21 , Kedar Jadhav (W) 29)

    Nehra back into the attack, looking to nip the two batsmen in the bud before their partnership goes out of hand. A wide in the second delivery, which brings up the 100 for the visitors. Jadhav swings his bat with disdain in the fourth delivery, dispatching the full toss towards the midwicket boundary. Follows it up with a low pull off his hip to get his second successive boundary, which also brings up the 50-stand. 

  • After 10 overs,Bangalore 98/2 ( Travis Head 19 , Kedar Jadhav (W) 19)

    All-rounder Moises Henriques introduced into the attack in the next over, and he starts off with a no-ball called for height. Head manages to slog the free-hit down the ground, beating an agile Warner to the boundary. Head slashes hard in the third ball of the over, only to get a single. Jadhav nearly offers a return catch to Henriques in the last ball of the over, with the bowler going for the catch a tad late. 

  • After 9 overs,Bangalore 85/2 ( Travis Head 13 , Kedar Jadhav (W) 13)

    Cutting into his second over. Cutting seems to have the upper hand on the batsmen, until Jadhav connects well in the fifth delivery to send the ball just over the midwicket boundary for the flattest of sixes — the first of his innings. 

    Time for the first strategic break of the innings at the end of the ninth over, with RCB needing another 123 to win from 66 deliveries. 

  • After 8 overs,Bangalore 74/2 ( Travis Head 11 , Kedar Jadhav (W) 5)

    Rashid into his second over, and both Head and Jadhav get their first boundaries in this over, off the first and last deliveries respectively. One more wicket for RCB at this stage could spark off a potential collapse. 

  • After 7 overs,Bangalore 61/2 ( Travis Head 3 , Kedar Jadhav (W) 0)

    SIX! Hooda misfires, bowling a wide full toss to get whacked over his head into the first tier! Much better delivery to follow by the all-rounder in the next delivery, this time getting Gayle dismissed courtesy a miscue. The spinners have brought SRH right back into the game after Gayle and Mandeep were looking set to bring up the 100-stand in less than 10 overs. Two new batsmen at the crease, and a plenty of pressure on the visitors now. 

  • Vedam Jaishankar, Journalist and commentator

    Bowled by an Afghani. That's Mandeep's lot. He saw through some terrific international bowlers -- Bhuvi, Nehra, Cutting. But chopped Rashid Khan onto his stumps. Ball skidded onto him. All of Afghanistan's cricketing lot would be celebrating for sure. Red day letter day for Afghanistan for sure. But the bigger blow for SRH was struck by a Hooda. He got rid of  dangerman Gayle. Suddenly RCB don't look all that hot with bowlers taking pace off the ball. Both openers are cooling it out in the pavilion.

  • OUT! RCB suddenly lose two wickets in no time, and David Warner seems to have pulled off a masterstroke by getting his spinners into play. A much better delivery by Hooda after misfiring in the previous delivery, and Gayle miscues towards wide long-off to get caught by the opposition skipper. RCB 61/2

    Chris Gayle c David Warner b Deepak Hooda 32(21)

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    Rashid Khan becomes the youngest spinner (18y 197d) to take a wicket in IPL. The previous youngest was Pawan Negi (19y 116d).

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    Most times involved in fifty-plus opening partnerships in IPL:
    27 - Shikhar Dhawan 
    26 - Gautam Gambhir 
    24 - CHRIS GAYLE*
    23 - Murali Vijay 
    22 - Brendon McCullum 

  • After 6 overs,Bangalore 54/1 ( Chris Gayle 26 , Travis Head 2)

    Big moment both for Rashid Khan as well as for Afghanistan, with the young leg-spinner getting introduced in the sixth over. Gets driven for a boundary in the second ball, with the 50 coming up for the team. Rashid however, tastes success in the fourth delivery of the over by getting Mandeep to chop the ball onto his leg-stump. Six runs and a wicket in his very first over for Rashid! 

  • BOWLED EM! A wicket in the very first over on IPL debut, Rashid Khan manages to break the dangerous-looking partnership that had just crossed the 50-run partnership. And the young leggie looks towards the heavens above, thanking the almighty for making his first step in his new venture a special one. Mandeep tried to go for a late cut, though the ball skidded on and got his inside-edge before hitting his leg-stump. RCB 52/1

    Mandeep Singh b Rashid Khan 24(16)

  • Vedam Jaishankar, Journalist and commentator

    Gayle usually hangs around for a few overs before opening up. This time too it looked like he would be given the time to settle down while Mandeep would go for the bowling. And so it seemed as Mandeep raced to double digits even as Gayle got his single. But the third over changed all that. A rusty Nehra came in for harsh treatment, including a gigantic six. The ball probably came down with ice on it! Gayle was off and Bhuvi too got the treatment. Are we in for a run feast? Probably if Gayle is out there for another 8 to 10 overs!

  • After 5 overs,Bangalore 48/0 ( Chris Gayle 26 , Mandeep Singh 20)

    Ben Cutting into the attack, and he starts off on an aggressive note, firing a bouncer along leg to Gayle. Follows it up with a full, wide delivery. Tries the same thing a couple of deliveries later, only to concede a wide. After a few misses, Gayle finally connects in the final delivery, whacking the ball towards the midwicket fence for his second four. Decent over from SRH's perspective though, with five coming off it. 

  • After 4 overs,Bangalore 43/0 ( Chris Gayle 22 , Mandeep Singh 20)

    Effortless hit by Gayle over long-on to get his second six of the innings, and it seems the Big Jamaican has already started his fireworks. Bhuvi too fired it into the perfect slot for the hit. A double, wide, single and a boundary follow, with 15 coming off the over. Suddenly, Bhuvi's progress is pegged back. RCB , meanwhile, are making decent progress. 

  • After 3 overs,Bangalore 28/0 ( Chris Gayle 13 , Mandeep Singh 15)

    Nehra into his second over. Gayle tucks one off his hip in the second ball of the third over to get his first boundary of the innings, swinging his bat again in the following delivery, only to get a single. Hooda makes room for himself in the fourth delivery, sending it ovewr mid-on for a one-bounce four. Gayle, having got a boundary earlier in the over, stamps authority on the veteran pacer with a loft that sent the ball into the clouds, although it does not go into the first tier as one would normally expect.  

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    Highest targets successfully chased by RCB in IPL:

    204 v KXIP at Bangalore, 2010
    192 v RPS at Bangalore, 2016
    184 v KKR at Kolkata, 2016

  • After 2 overs,Bangalore 12/0 ( Chris Gayle 2 , Mandeep Singh 10)

    Bhuvneshwar Kumar bowls the second over. The first two balls are quitely negotiated by Gayle. It is a bit expected though. Gayle is known to take just a couple of overs to warm up, and then launch into the attack. The SRH have to be wary of that. A forceful shot by Mandeep on the off side on the last ball, but no run. A fine over from Bhuvi. Just one run from that over. 

  • Vedam Jaishankar, Journalist and commentator

    RCB have dropped SRH into the driving seat without doubt. Actually coach Daniel Vettori must show his players tapes of school boys fielding. They would be on par with this RCB outfit. Of course there would be plenty of excuses: light in the eye, can't pick the white ball, too windy, etc, etc. Mostly hogwash. These are all well paid professionals. They ought to be able to catch in their sleep. But RCB dropped so many catches, misfielded so often that it was embarrassing to watch. They brought Dhawan, Yuvraj right back into form. Yuvraj, like Macbeth who believed that no man of woman born such kill him, would have batted in the firm belief that no man of woman born in this RCB team would catch him today! What a joke this fielding was!

  • After 1 overs,Bangalore 11/0 ( Chris Gayle 1 , Mandeep Singh 10)

    Chris Gayle and Mandeep Singh out in the middle for the Royal Challengers Bangalore. Gayle faces the first ball of the innings from Ashish Nehra. RCB have a mountain to climb, the defending champs, Sunrisers Hyderabad, setting a target of 208 in 210 overs. Mandeep plays a forceful shot on the off side in the third ball of the over, but the ball goes straight to the fielder. The next ball is pulled by Mandeep for a couple. Gayle. meanwhile stumbles while taking the second run. You have to be careful while running with Gayle. The next ball to picked up by Mandeep and despatched to the midwicket fence for the first boundary of the RCB innings. The next ball runs to the fence too, this time through point. Superb timing and placement!

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    Highest totals for SRH in IPL:
    208/7 v RCB,Bangalore,2016
    207/4 v RCB,Hyderabad,2017*
    205/5 v KXIP,Hyderabad,2014
    201/4 v RR,Mumbai(BS),2015

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    Bowlers who have conceded 50-plus runs in a debut IPL match:
    James Hopes
    Mashrafe Mortaza
    Michael Neser
    Krishmar Santokie 
    Rajagopal Satish 

  • After 20 overs,Hyderabad 207/4 ( Deepak Hooda 16 , Ben Cutting 16)

    After a couple of testing deliveries by Watson at the start of the final over, Cutting gets hold of one in the fourth ball, clearing the wide long-off boundary in the process to get his first six in the third ball. Comes back for a couple in the fourth ball to bring up the 200 for the hosts. Cutting hooks the final ball over the midwicket boundary to end the innings in style, as the hosts set a daunting 208-run target. 

  • After 19 overs,Hyderabad 191/4 ( Deepak Hooda 15 , Ben Cutting 1)

    Mills into his final over, and starts off with another slower delivery that Hooda can only get a single off. Yuvraj however, treats Mills with utter disdain in the following delivery, rollowing his wrists towards fine-leg, beating the fielder along the way. Another slower delivery in the third delivery, and Yuvraj picks this one beautifully to smash it high over the midwicket boundary. Mills however, gets the last laugh in the following delivery, clipping the top of Yuvi's stumps to bring an end to a scintillating innings. Ben Cutting walks out to bat, and gets off the mark with a single. 

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    Most sixes by left-hand batsmen in IPL:
    251 - Chris Gayle 
    160 - Suresh Raina 
    136 - YUVRAJ SINGH*
    135 - David Warner 
    92 - Adam Gilchrist 

Preview: Hampered by injuries to some of their biggest stars, Royal Challengers Bangalore will have their task cut out when they take on defending champions Sunrisers Hyderabad in the IPL lung-opener here tomorrow.

Captain Virat Kohli and star batsman AB de Villiers will be unavailable for tomorrow's match due to injuries. While Kohli is ruled out because of a shoulder injury, de Villiers is nursing a back problem.

They have also lost star batsman KL Rahul for the whole tournament owing to injury. In addition, RCB's young batsman Sarfaraz Khan will most likely be unavailable for the entire season after hurting himself on the field during a practice match in Bengaluru.

David Warner and Shane Watson, captain of Sunrisers Hyderabad and Royal Challengers Bangalore respectively. Sportzpics

David Warner and Shane Watson, captain of Sunrisers Hyderabad and Royal Challengers Bangalore respectively. Sportzpics

Sarfaraz Khan was was expected to partner Chris Gayle in the absence of Kohli.

As Kohli is likely to miss the first few matches in the tournament, the team has named Shane Watson as its captain in the interim.

RCB can still bank on Gayle and Watson who are both capable of destroying any opposition on their day. Kedar Jadhav, a rising Indian star, can rise to the occasion and fill the gap caused by Rahul's absence.

Australian Twenty20 star Travis Head, Indian players Sachin Baby and Mandeep Singh, who have previous experience of playing in the IPL, are also valuable assets in the batting order. RCB boasts of some deadly bowlers in English paceman Tymal Mills, an expensive buy at the IPL 2017 auction, and Yuzvendra Chahal. Chahal's six-wicket haul had helped India clinch last year's series against England.

West Indies' Twenty20 specialist leg-spinner Samuel Badree, Kiwi pacer Adam Milne and left-arm seamer Aniket Choudhary add to the bowling strength of the Bangalore outfit.

Indian players like Sreenath Aravind, Stuart Binny and all-rounder Pawan Negi are also expected to help the team's cause.

Sunrisers Hyderabad, on the other hand, are determined to repeat last year's magic to grab the title. Hyderabad has one of the most formidable batsmen in IPL in its skipper David Warner, who led from the front last season.

Though Warner was not in the best of forms during Australia's recently-concluded tour of India, he did score well in the match at Dharamshala. And he is expected to be a key player for Hyderabad.

Warner opens batting in the company of Shikhar Dhawan, who is keen to make a mark after losing his berth in the Indian national side.

Dhawan was impressive in the recent Deodhar Trophy and would look to carry the good form into the IPL.

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Seasoned campaigner Yuvraj Singh also adds to the batting strength of SRH, but the much-talked about middle-order needs to raise the bar, especially in the event of Warner and Dhawan falling short of expectations.

Moises Henriques, Kane Williamson, Naman Ojha, Deepak Hooda, and Vijay Shankar are no pushovers and make for a solid line-up.

The SRH bowling is one of the best in IPL. Though the team would be deprived of the services of Mustafizzur Rahman for tomorrow's match, the seasoned Ashish Nehra, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Barinder Sran are quality bowlers, who can turn the match at any given time.

The team has acquired Rashid Khan, a unique leg-spinner from Afghanistan, this year to add to its bowling strength.

All-rounders like Yuvraj Singh, Henriques, Ben Cutting, Mohammad Nabi and Chris Jordan would also be crucial to the team's fortunes.


Royal Challengers Bangalore: Shane Watson (C), Sreenath Aravind, Avesh Khan, Samuel Badree, Stuart Binny, Yuzvendra Chahal, Aniket Choudhary, Praveen Dubey, Chris Gayle, Travis Head, Iqbal Abdulla, Kedar Jadhav, Mandeep Singh, Tymal Mills, Adam Milne, Pawan Negi, Harshal Patel, Sachin Baby, Tabraiz Shamsi, and Billy Stanlake.

Sunrisers Hyderabad: David Warner (C), Tanmay Agarwal, Ricky Bhui, Bipul Sharma, Ben Cutting, Shikhar Dhawan, Eklavya Dwivedi, Moises Henriques, Deepak Hooda, Chris Jordan, Siddharth Kaul, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Ben Laughlin, Abhimanyu Mithun, Mohammad Nabi, Mohammed Siraj, Mustafizur Rahman, Ashish Nehra, Naman Ojha (wk), Rashid Khan, Vijay Shankar, Barinder Sran, Pravin Tambe, Kane Williamson and Yuvraj Singh.

Rank Team Points Rating
1 India 4493 125
2 South Africa 3395 110
3 England 4097 105
4 Australia 3087 100
5 New Zealand 3114 97
Rank Team Points Rating
1 South Africa 5957 119
2 Australia 5505 117
3 India 4579 114
4 England 5645 113
5 New Zealand 5123 111
Rank Team Points Rating
1 New Zealand 1625 125
2 England 1962 123
3 Pakistan 2417 121
4 West Indies 2222 117
5 India 2183 115