A Twenty20 International (T20I) is a form of cricket, played between two of the international members of the International Cricket Council (ICC), in which each team faces a maximum of twenty overs. The matches have top-class status and are the highest T20 standard. The game is played under the rules of Twenty20 cricket.[1][2] The first Twenty20 International match between two men's sides was played on 17 February 2005, involving Australia and New Zealand. Wisden Cricketers' Almanack reported that "neither side took the game especially seriously",[3] and it was noted by ESPNcricinfo that but for a large score for Ricky Ponting, "the concept would have shuddered".[4] However, Ponting himself said "if it does become an international game then I'm sure the novelty won't be there all the time".[5] This is a list of Australia Cricket team's Twenty20 International records. It is based on the List of Twenty20 International records, but concentrates solely on records dealing with the Australian cricket team. Australia played the first ever T20I in 2005.

Key

The top five records are listed for each category, except for the team wins, losses, draws and ties, all round records and the partnership records. Tied records for fifth place are also included. Explanations of the general symbols and cricketing terms used in the list are given below. Specific details are provided in each category where appropriate. All records include matches played for Australia only, and are correct as of November 2021.

Key
Symbol Meaning
dagger Player or umpire is currently active in T20I cricket
double-dagger Event took place during a Cricket World Cup
* Player remained not out or partnership remained unbroken
Twenty20 International cricket record
Date Starting date of the match
Innings Number of innings played
Matches Number of matches played
Opposition The team Australia was playing against
Period The time period when the player was active in ODI cricket
Player The player involved in the record
Venue Twenty20 International cricket ground where the match was played

Team records

Overall Record

Matches Won Lost Tied NR Win %
158 82 70 3 3 53.87
Last Updated: 20 February 2022[6]

Team wins, losses, draws and ties

As of February 2022, Australia has played 158 T20I matches resulting in 82 victories, 70 defeats, 3 ties and 3 no results for an overall winning percentage of 53.87.[6]

Opponent Matches Won Lost Tied No Result % Won
Full Members
 Bangladesh 10 6 4 0 0 60.00
 England 20 10 9 0 1 52.63
 India 23 9 13 0 1 40.90
 Ireland 1 1 0 0 0 100.00
 New Zealand 15 10 4 1 0 66.66
 Pakistan 24 10 12 1 1 45.65
 South Africa 22 14 8 0 0 63.63
 Sri Lanka 22 12 9 0 0 56.81
 West Indies 17 7 10 0 0 41.17
 Zimbabwe 3 2 1 0 0 66.67
Associate Members
 United Arab Emirates 1 1 0 0 0 100
Total 158 82 70 3 3 53.87
Statistics are correct as of  Australia v  Sri Lanka at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, 20 Feb 2022.[7]

First bilateral T20I series wins

Opponent Year of first Home win Year of first Away win
 Bangladesh YTP -
 England 2007 -
 India 2008 2019
 New Zealand 2007 2005
 Pakistan 2010 2009
 South Africa 2006 2014
 Sri Lanka 2019 2016
 United Arab Emirates YTP 2018
 West Indies 2009 -
Last Updated: 9 August 2020[8]

First T20I match wins

Opponent Home Away / Neutral
Venue Year Venue Year
 Bangladesh YTP YTP Sahara Park Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa 2007
 England Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 2007
 India Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia 2008 Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados 2010
 Ireland YTP YTP Ranasinghe Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka 2012
 New Zealand WACA Ground, Perth, Australia 2007 Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 2005
 Pakistan Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia 2010 Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia 2010
 South Africa The Gabba, Brisbane, Australia 2006 Sahara Park Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa 2011
 Sri Lanka Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia 2017 2007
 United Arab Emirates YTP YTP Tolerance Oval, Abu Dhabi, UAE 2018
 West Indies Bellerive Oval, Hobart, Australia 2010 Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia 2010
 Zimbabwe YTP YTP Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe 2018
Last Updated: 9 August 2020[9]

Team scoring records

Most runs in an innings

The highest innings total scored in T20Is has been scored twice. The first occasion came in the match between Afghanistan and Ireland when Afghanistan scored 278/3 in the 2nd T20I of the Ireland series in India in February 2019.[10] The Czech Republic national cricket team against Turkey during the 2019 Continental Cup scored 278/4 to equal the record.[11] The highest score for Australia is 263/3 scored against Sri Lanka during the 2016 tour of Sri Lanka.[12]

Rank Score Opposition Venue Date
1 263/3  Sri Lanka Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Kandy, Sri Lanka 6 September 2016
2 248/6  England Rose Bowl, Southampton, England 29 August 2013
3 245/5  New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 16 February 2018
4 233/2  Sri Lanka Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia 27 October 2019
5 229/2  Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe 3 July 2018
Last Updated: 9 August 2020[13]

Fewest runs in an innings

The lowest innings total scored was by Turkey against Czech Republic when they were dismissed for 21 during the 2019 Continental Cup.[11] The lowest score in T20I history for Australia is 62 scored against Bangladesh in the 2021 tour of Bangladesh.[14]

Rank Score Opposition Venue Date
1 62/10  Bangladesh Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur, Bangladesh 9 August 2021
2 79/10  England Rose Bowl, Southampton, England 13 June 2005
3 86/10  India Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur, Bangladesh 30 March 2014 double-dagger
4 89/10  Pakistan Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, UAE 5 September 2012
Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi, UAE 24 October 2018
Last Updated: 9 August 2021[15]

Most runs conceded an innings

The fifth match of the 2017–18 Trans-Tasman Tri-Series against New Zealand saw Australia concede their highest innings total of 243/6.[16]

Rank Score Opposition Venue Date
1 243/6  New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 16 February 2018
2 221/5  England Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham, England 27 June 2018
3 219/7  New Zealand University Oval, Dunedin, New Zealand 25 February 2021
4 214/6 Lancaster Park, Christchurch, New Zealand 28 February 2010
5 209/6  England Rose Bowl, Southampton, England 29 August 2013
Last Updated: 25 February 2021[17]

Fewest runs conceded in an innings

The lowest score conceded by Australia for a full inning is 73 when they dismissed IBangladeshduring the 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup at Dubai Sports City.[14]

Rank Score Opposition Venue Date
1 73/10  Bangladesh Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, UAE 4 November 2021 double-dagger
2 74/10  India Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia 1 February 2008
 Pakistan Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, UAE 10 September 2012
4 87/10  Sri Lanka Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados 9 May 2010 double-dagger
5 89/10  South Africa New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa 21 February 2020
Last Updated: 4 November 2021[18]

Most runs aggregate in a match

The highest match aggregate scored in T20Is came in the match between India and West Indies in the first T20I of the August 2016 series at Central Broward Regional Park, Lauderhill when India scored 244/4 in response to West Indies score of 245/6 to lose the match by 1 run.[19] The fifth match of the 2017–18 Trans-Tasman Tri-Series against New Zealand saw ä total of 488 runs being scored, the most involving Australia.[16]

Rank Aggregate Scores Venue Date
1 488/11  New Zealand (243/6) v  Australia (245/5) Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 16 February 2018
2 457/12  Australia (248/6) v  England (209/6) Rose Bowl, Southampton, England 29 August 2013
3 441/12  Australia (263/3) v  Sri Lanka (178/9) Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Kandy, Sri Lanka 6 September 2016
4 434/15  New Zealand (219/7) v  Australia (215/8) University Oval, Dunedin, New Zealand 25 February 2021
5 428/10  New Zealand (214/6 ) v  Australia (214/4 ) Lancaster Park, Christchurch, New Zealand 28 February 2010
Last Updated: 25 February 2021[20]

Fewest runs aggregate in a match

The lowest match aggregate in T20Is is 57 when Turkey were dismissed for 28 by Luxembourg in the second T20I of the 2019 Continental Cup in Romania in August 2019.[21] The lowest match aggregate in T20I history for Australia is 149 scored during the only T20I of India's tour of Australia in February 2008.[22]

Rank Aggregate Scores Venue Date
1 149/11  India (74) v  Australia (75/1) Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia 1 February 2008
2 151/12  Bangladesh (73) v  Australia (78/2) Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, UAE 4 November 2021 double-dagger
3 161/6  South Africa (80/1) v  Australia (82/5) Sahara Stadium, Kingsmead, Durban, South Africa 12 March 2014
4 167/9  Australia (118/8) v  India (49/1) JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi, India 7 October 2017
5 179/13  Australia (89) v  Pakistan (90/3) Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, UAE 5 September 2012
Last Updated: 4 November 2021[23]

Result records

A T20I match is won when one side has scored more runs than the runs scored by the opposing side during their innings. If both sides have completed both their allocated innings and the side that fielded last has the higher aggregate of runs, it is known as a win by runs. This indicates the number of runs that they had scored more than the opposing side. If the side batting last wins the match, it is known as a win by wickets, indicating the number of wickets that were still to fall.[24]

Greatest win margins (by runs)

The greatest winning margin by runs in T20Is was Czech Republic's victory over Turkey by 257 runs in the sixth match of the 2019 Continental Cup.[11] The largest victory recorded by Australia was during the Australia's tour of Sri Lanka in 2016 by 134 runs.[25]

Rank Margin Opposition Venue Date
1 134 Runs  Sri Lanka Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia 27 October 2019
2 107 Runs  South Africa New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa 21 February 2020
3 100 Runs  Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe 3 July 2018
4 97 Runs  South Africa Sahara Park Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa 26 February 2020
5 95 Runs The Gabba, Brisbane, Australia 9 January 2006
Last Updated: 9 August 2020[26]

Greatest win margins (by balls remaining)

The greatest winning margin by balls remaining in T20Is was Austria's victory over Turkey by 104 balls remaining in the ninth match of the 2019 Continental Cup.[27] The largest victory recorded by Australia is during the 2007 ICC World Twenty20 against Sri Lanka when they won by 10 wickets with 58 balls remaining.[28]

Rank Balls remaining Margin Opposition Venue Date
1 82 8 wickets  Bangladesh Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, UAE 4 November 2021 double-dagger
2 58 10 wickets  Sri Lanka Sahara Park Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa 20 September 2007 double-dagger
3 55 9 wickets  Pakistan Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe 2 July 2018
4 52  India Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia 1 February 2008
5 50 8 wickets  West Indies Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 23 February 2010
Last Updated: 4 November 2021[26]

Greatest win margins (by wickets)

A total of 32 matches have ended with chasing team winning by 10 wickets with New Zealand winning by such margins a record three times.[29] Australia have won a T20I match by this margin on three occasions.[26]

Rank Margin Opposition Venue Date
1 10 wickets  Sri Lanka Sahara Park Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa 20 September 2007 double-dagger
 Pakistan Optus Stadium, Perth, Australia 8 November 2019
 Sri Lanka Ranasinghe Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka 7 June 2022
3 9 wickets  Bangladesh Sahara Park Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa 16 September 2007 double-dagger
 India Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia 1 February 2008
Ranasinghe Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka 28 September 2012 double-dagger
 Pakistan Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe 2 July 2018
 Sri Lanka The Gabba, Brisbane, Australia 30 October 2019
Last updated: 7 June 2022[26]

Highest successful run chases

Australia holds the record for the highest successful run chase which they achieved when they scored 245/5 in response to New Zealand's 243/6.[30][31]

Rank Score Target Opposition Venue Date
1 245/5 244  New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 16 February 2018
2 205/5 205  South Africa New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa 6 March 2016
3 197/7 192  Pakistan Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia 14 May 2010 double-dagger
4 194/3 191  India M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, India 27 February 2019
5 181/4 179  South Africa Sahara Park Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa 9 March 2016
Last Updated: 9 August 2020[31]

Narrowest win margins (by runs)

The narrowest run margin victory is by 1 run which has been achieved in 15 T20I's with Australia winning such games once.[32][33]

Rank Margin Opposition Venue Date
1 1 Run  New Zealand Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 15 February 2009
2 2 Runs  Pakistan Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia 5 February 2010
3 4 Runs  England 14 January 2011
 India The Gabba, Brisbane, Australia 21 November 2018
 West Indies Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia 14 July 2021
Last Updated: 14 July 2021[33]

Narrowest win margins (by balls remaining)

The narrowest winning margin by balls remaining in T20Is is by winning of the last ball which has been achieved 26 times. Australia has achieve victory of the last ball on two occasions.[34]

Rank Balls remaining Margin Opposition Venue Date
1 0 5 wickets  South Africa New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa 6 March 2016
3 wickets  India Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam, India 24 February 2019
3 1  Pakistan Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia 14 May 2010 double-dagger
2 wickets  South Africa Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 9 November 2014
5 wickets  Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe 6 July 2018
Last Updated: 9 August 2020[33]

Narrowest win margins (by wickets)

The narrowest margin of victory by wickets is 1 wicket which has settled four such T20Is. The narrowest victory by wickets for Australia is two wickets.[35]

Rank Margin Opposition Venue Date
1 2 wickets  South Africa Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 9 November 2014
2 3 wickets  Pakistan Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia 14 May 2010 double-dagger
 Bangladesh M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, India 21 March 2016 double-dagger
 India Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam, India 24 February 2019 double-dagger
 Bangladesh Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur, Bangladesh 7 August 2021
Last Updated: 7 August 2021[33]

Greatest loss margins (by runs)

Australia's biggest defeat by runs was against England in the 2005 only T20I at Rose Bowl, Southampton, England.[36]

Rank Margin Opposition Venue Date
1 100 runs  England Rose Bowl, Southampton, England 13 June 2005
2 74 runs  West Indies Ranasinghe Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka 5 October 2012 double-dagger
3 73 runs  India Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur, Bangladesh 30 March 2014 double-dagger
4 66 runs  Pakistan Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi, UAE 24 October 2018
5 60 runs  Bangladesh Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur, Bangladesh 9 August 2021
Last Updated: 9 August 2021[36]

Greatest loss margins (by balls remaining)

The largest defeat suffered by Australia was against England in UAE during the 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup when they lost by 8 wickets with 50 balls remaining.[28]

Rank Balls remaining Margin Opposition Venue Date
1 50 8 wickets  England Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, UAE 30 October 2021
2 31 7 wickets  Pakistan Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, UAE 5 September 2012
6 wickets  West Indies Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia 12 July 2021
4 27 7 wickets  New Zealand Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington, New Zealand 7 March 2021
5 25  West Indies The Oval, London, England 6 June 2009 double-dagger
Last Updated: 30 October 2021[36]

Greatest loss margins (by wickets)

Australia have lost a T20I match by a margin of 9 wickets on one occasion.

Rank Margins Opposition Most recent venue Date
1 9 wickets  India JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi, India 7 October 2017
2 8 wickets Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia 3 February 2012
3 7 wickets Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai, India 20 October 2007
 West Indies Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados 20 June 2008
 Pakistan Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, UAE 7 May 2009
 West Indies The Oval, London, England 6 June 2009 double-dagger
 England Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados 16 May 2010 double-dagger
 Sri Lanka WACA Ground, Perth, Australia 31 October 2010
 Pakistan Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, UAE 5 September 2012
 South Africa Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia 5 November 2014
 India Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 31 January 2016
 New Zealand Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington, New Zealand 7 March 2021
Last Updated: 7 March 2021[36]

Narrowest loss margins (by runs)

The narrowest loss of Australia in terms of runs is by 2 runs suffered twice.[37]

Rank Margin Opposition Venue Date
1 2 runs  South Africa New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa 24 February 2006
 Sri Lanka Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia 28 January 2013
 England Rose Bowl, Southampton, England 4 September 2020
4 4 runs  New Zealand University Oval, Dunedin, New Zealand 25 February 2021
5 5 runs  England Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, Wales 31 August 2015
Last Updated: 25 February 2021[37]

Narrowest loss margins (by balls remaining)

Australia has suffered loss off the last ball four times.[34]

Rank Balls remaining Margin Opposition Venue Date
1 0 7 wickets  India Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 31 January 2016
5 wickets  Sri Lanka Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia 17 February 2017
2 wickets  Sri Lanka Kardinia Park, Geelong, Australia 19 February 2017
1 wickets  England Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia 12 January 2011
5 1 5 wickets  Zimbabwe Sahara Park Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa 12 September 2007 double-dagger
 Sri Lanka Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia 20 February 2022
Last Updated: 20 February 2022[33]

Narrowest loss margins (by wickets)

Australia has suffered defeat by 1 wicket once.[37]

Rank Margin Opposition Venue Date
1 1 wicket  England Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia 12 January 2011
2 2 wickets  Sri Lanka Kardinia Park, Geelong, Australia 19 February 2017
3 3 wickets  South Africa New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa 16 October 2011
Sahara Stadium, Kingsmead, Durban, South Africa 4 March 2016
5 4 wickets New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa 27 March 2009
Last Updated: 9 August 2020[37]

Tied matches

A tie can occur when the scores of both teams are equal at the conclusion of play, provided that the side batting last has completed their innings.[24] There have been 19 ties in T20Is history with Australia involved in three such game.[6]

Opposition Venue Date
 New Zealand Lancaster Park, Christchurch, New Zealand 28 February 2010
 Pakistan Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, UAE 7 September 2012
 Sri Lanka Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 13 February 2022
Last updated: 13 February 2022[37]

Individual records

Batting records

Most career runs

A run is the basic means of scoring in cricket. A run is scored when the batsman hits the ball with his bat and with his partner runs the length of 22 yards (20 m) of the pitch.[38] New Zealand's Martin Guptill has scored the most runs in T20Is with 3,299. Second is Virat Kohli from India with 3,296 ahead of Rohit Sharma of India in third. Aaron Finch is the leading Australian batsmen on this list.[39]

Rank Runs Player Matches Innings Period
1 2,686 Aaron Finch dagger 88 88 2011-2022
2 2,554 David Warner dagger 88 88 2009-2021
3 1,982 Glenn Maxwell dagger 84 77 2012-2022
4 1,462 Shane Watson 58 56 2006-2016
5 984 Cameron White 47 44 2007-2014
Last Updated: 20 February 2022[40]

Most runs in each batting position

Batting position Batsman Innings Runs Average Career Span Ref
Opener Aaron Finch 79 2499 33.77 2012-2022 [41]
Number 3 Mitchell Marsh 14 549 45.75 2021-2021 [42]
Number 4 Glenn Maxwell 41 1130 34.24 2013-2021 [43]
Number 5 17 384 25.60 [44]
Number 6 Cameron White 14 328 36.44 2009-2014 [45]
Number 7 Michael Hussey 8 248 124 2005-2010 [46]
Number 8 Nathan Coulter-Nile 10 107 15.28 2013-2018 [47]
Number 9 Andrew Tye 10 42 10.50 2016-2021 [48]
Number 10 Adam Zampa 10 25 5.00 2016-2022 [49]
Number 11 Josh Hazlewood 6 21 10.50 2013-2022 [50]
Last Updated: 20 February 2022

Highest individual score

The third T20I of the 2018 Zimbabwe Tri-Nation Series saw Aaron Finch score the highest Individual score.[51]

Rank Runs Player Opposition Venue Date
1 172 ♠ Aaron Finch dagger  Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe 3 July 2018
2 156  England Rose Bowl, Southampton, England 29 August 2013
3 145* Glenn Maxwell dagger  Sri Lanka Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Kandy, Sri Lanka 6 September 2016
4 124* Shane Watson  India Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 31 January 2016
5 113* Glenn Maxwell dagger  India M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, India 27 February 2019
Last Updated: 9 August 2020[52]

Highest individual score – progression of record

Runs Player Opponent Venue Season
98* Ricky Ponting  New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 17 February 2005
156 Aaron Finch dagger  England Rose Bowl, Southampton, England 29 August 2013
172  Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe 3 July 2018
Last Updated: 9 August 2020[52]

Highest score against each opponent

Opposition Player Score Date
 Bangladesh Matthew Hayden 73* 16 September 2007 double-dagger
 England Aaron Finch 156 29 August 2013
 India Shane Watson 124* 31 January 2016
 Ireland 51 19 September 2012 double-dagger
 New Zealand Ricky Ponting 98* 17 February 2005
 Pakistan Shane Watson 81 2 May 2010 double-dagger
 South Africa Damien Martyn 96 9 January 2006
 Sri Lanka Glenn Maxwell 145* 6 September 2016
 United Arab Emirates D'Arcy Short 68* 22 October 2018
 West Indies David Warner 89* 6 November 2021 double-dagger
 Zimbabwe Aaron Finch 172 3 July 2018
Last Updated: 6 November 2021[52]

Highest career average

A batsman's batting average is the total number of runs they have scored divided by the number of times they have been dismissed.[53]

Rank Average Player Innings Not Out Runs Period
1 37.94 Michael Hussey 30 11 721 2005-2010
2 34.43 Aaron Finch dagger 88 10 2,686 2011-2022
3 32.80 Cameron White 44 14 984 2007-2014
4 32.74 David Warner dagger 88 10 2,554 2009-2021
5 31.60 Mitchell Marsh 35 7 885 2011-2021
Qualification: 20 innings. Last Updated: 20 February 2022[54]

Highest Average in each batting position

Batting position Batsman Innings Runs Average Career Span Ref
Opener Cameron White 5 212 53.00 2014-2014 [55]
Number 3 Michael Hussey 9 260 52.00 2007-2012 [56]
Number 4 Andrew Symonds 8 266 53.20 2006-2009 [57]
Number 5 George Bailey 13 242 30.25 2012-2016 [58]
Number 6 Brad Hodge 7 147 36.75 2007-2014 [59]
Number 7 Michael Hussey 8 248 124.00 2005-2010 [60]
Number 8 Mitchell Starc 6 45 22.50 2014-2021 [61]
Number 9 Andrew Tye 10 42 10.50 2016-2021 [62]
Number 10 Adam Zampa double-dagger 10 25 5.00 2016-2022 [63]
Number 11 Josh Hazlewood double-dagger 6 21 10.50 2013-2022 [64]
Last Updated: 20 February 2022

Most half-centuries

A half-century is a score of between 50 and 99 runs. Statistically, once a batsman's score reaches 100, it is no longer considered a half-century but a century.

Virat Kohli of India has scored most half-centuries in T20Is i.e. 28 fifties. David Warner has scored most 50s for Aussies.[65]

Rank Half centuries Player Innings Runs Period
1 21 David Warner dagger 88 2,554 2009-2021
2 15 Aaron Finch dagger 88 2,686 2011-2022
3 10 Shane Watson 56 1,462 2006-2016
4 9 Glenn Maxwell dagger 77 1,982 2012-2022
5 6 Mitchell Marsh 35 885 2011-2021
Last Updated: 20 February 2022[66]

Most centuries

A century is a score of 100 or more runs in a single inning.

Rohit Sharma has scored the most centuries in T20Is with 4. Glenn Maxwell, with three such knocks, holds the Australian record.[67]

Rank Centuries Player Innings Runs Period
1 3 Glenn Maxwell dagger 77 1,982 2012-2022
2 2 Aaron Finch dagger 88 2,686 2011-2022
3 1 Shane Watson 56 1,462 2006-2016
David Warner dagger 88 2,554 2009-2021
Last Updated: 20 February 2022[68]

Most Sixes

Rank Sixes Player Innings Runs Period
1 113 Aaron Finch dagger 88 2,686 2011-2022
2 99 David Warner dagger 88 2,554 2009-2021
3 97 Glenn Maxwell dagger 77 1,982 2012-2022
4 83 Shane Watson 56 1,462 2006-2016
5 44 Cameron White 44 984 2007-2014
Last Updated: 20 February 2022[69]

Most Fours

Rank Fours Player Innings Runs Period
1 267 Aaron Finch dagger 88 2,686 2011-2022
2 250 David Warner dagger 88 2,554 2009-2022
3 164 Glenn Maxwell dagger 77 1,982 2012-2022
4 115 Shane Watson 56 1,462 2006-2016
5 73 Steven Smith 43 886 2010-2022
Last Updated: 11 November 2021[70]

Highest strike rates

Ramesh Satheesan of Romania holds the record for highest strike rate, with minimum 250 balls faced qualification, with 188.35.[71] Maxwell is the Australian with the highest strike rate.

Rank Strike rate Player Runs Balls Faced Period
1 154.00 Glenn Maxwell dagger 1,982 1,287 2012-2022
2 145.42 Aaron Finch dagger 2,686 1,847 2011-2022
3 145.32 Shane Watson 1,462 1,006 2006-2016
4 140.71 George Bailey 470 334 2012-2017
5 140.48 David Warner dagger 2,554 1,818 2009-2022
Qualification= 250 balls faced. Last Updated: 20 February 2022[72]

Highest strike rates in an inning

Dwayne Smith of West Indies strike rate of 414.28 during his 29 off 7 balls against Bangladesh during 2007 ICC World Twenty20 is the world record for highest strike rate in an innings. Aaron Finch with his innings of 36* off 14 balls against New Zealand in February 2018 during the 2017–18 Trans-Tasman Tri-Series holds the top position for an Australia player in this list.[73]

Rank Strike rate Player Runs Balls Faced Opposition Venue Date
1 273.33 Daniel Sams dagger 41 15  New Zealand University Oval, Dunedin, New Zealand 25 February 2021
2 260.00 Daniel Christian dagger 39 15  Bangladesh Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur, Bangladesh 7 August 2021
3 257.14 Aaron Finch dagger 36* 14  New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 16 February 2018
4 250.00 Michael Hussey 60* 24  Pakistan Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia 14 May 2010 double-dagger
David Warner dagger 40 16  South Africa Sahara Stadium, Kingsmead, Durban, South Africa 12 March 2014
Travis Head dagger 45 18  Sri Lanka Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Kandy, Sri Lanka 6 September 2016
Last Updated: 7 August 2021[74]

Most runs in a calendar year

Mohammad Rizwan of Pakistan holds the record for most runs scored in a calendar year with 1033 runs scored in 2021. Mitchell Marsh scored 550 runs in 2021, the most for an Australian batsmen in a year.[75]

Rank Runs Player Matches Innings Year
1 627 Mitchell Marsh 21 20 2021
2 531 Aaron Finch dagger 17 17 2018
3 515 D'Arcy Short dagger 18 18
4 506 Glenn Maxwell dagger 19
5 459 Aaron Finch dagger 17 17 2021
Last Updated: 14 November 2021[76]

Most runs in a series

The 2014 ICC World Twenty20 in Bangladesh saw Virat Kohli set the record for the most runs scored in a single series scoring 319 runs. He is followed by Tillakaratne Dilshan with 317 runs scored in the 2009 ICC World Twenty20. Aaron Finch has scored the most runs in a series for an Australia batsmen, when he scored 306 runs in the 2018 Zimbabwe Tri-Nation Series.[77]

Rank Runs Player Matches Innings Series
1 306 Aaron Finch dagger 5 5 2018 Zimbabwe Tri-Nation Series
2 265 Matthew Hayden 6 6 2007 ICC World Twenty20
3 249 Shane Watson 2012 ICC World Twenty20
4 236 David Warner dagger 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup
5 233 Glenn Maxwell dagger 5 5 2017–18 Trans-Tasman Tri-Series
Last Updated: 11 November 2021[78]

Most ducks

A duck refers to a batsman being dismissed without scoring a run.[79] Ireland's Kevin O'Brien has the most number of ducks in T20Is with 12 such knocks followed by Tillakaratne Dilshan of Sri Lanka, Soumya Sarkar of Bangladesh and Pakistan's Umar Akmal with 10 such knocks. Aaron Finch with 7 ducks has the highest number of such knocks for Australia.[80]

Rank Ducks Player Matches Innings Period
1 7 Aaron Finch dagger 88 88 2011-2022
2 6 David Warner dagger 88 88 2009-2022
3 4 David Hussey 39 36 2008-2012
4 3 Shane Watson 58 56 2006-2016
Cameron White 47 44 2007-2014
Nathan Coulter-Nile 28 15 2013-2019
Andrew Tye 32 15 2016-2021
Ashton Agar 43 27 2016-2022
Ben McDermott 22 20 2016-2022
Last Updated: 20 February 2022[81]

Bowling records

Most career wickets

A bowler takes the wicket of a batsman when the form of dismissal is bowled, caught, leg before wicket, stumped or hit wicket. If the batsman is dismissed by run out, obstructing the field, handling the ball, hitting the ball twice or timed out the bowler does not receive credit.

Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan is the highest wicket-taker in T20Is. Adam Zampa is the highest ranked Aussie bowler on the all-time.[82]

Rank Wickets Player Matches Innings Runs Period
1 64 Adam Zampa dagger 56 55 1,349 2016-2021
2 60 Mitchell Starc dagger 47 47 1,301 2012-2021
3 48 Shane Watson 58 49 1,187 2006-2016
4 47 Andrew Tye dagger 32 31 997 2016-2021
5 43 Ashton Agar dagger 40 40 926 2016-2021
Last Updated: 11 November 2021[83]

Best figures in an innings

Bowling figures refers to the number of the wickets a bowler has taken and the number of runs conceded.[84] India's Deepak Chahar holds the world record for best figures in an innings when he took 6/7 against Bangladesh in November 2019 at Nagpur. Ashton Agar holds the Australian record for best bowling figures.[85]

Rank Figures Player Opposition Venue Date
1 6/30 Ashton Agar dagger  New Zealand Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington, New Zealand 3 March 2021
2 5/19 Adam Zampa dagger  Bangladesh Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, United Arab Emirates 4 November 2021 double-dagger
3 5/24 Ashton Agar dagger  South Africa New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa 21 February 2020
4 5/27 James Faulkner  Pakistan Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali, India 25 March 2016 double-dagger
5 4/8 Billy Stanlake  Pakistan Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe 2 July 2018
Last Updated: 4 November 2021[86]

Best figures in an innings – progression of record

Figures Player Opposition Venue Date
4/29 Michael Kasprowicz  New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 17 February 2005
4/20 Stuart Clark  Sri Lanka Sahara Park Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa 20 September 2007 double-dagger
4/18 Dirk Nannes  Bangladesh Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados 5 May 2010 double-dagger
4/15 Shane Watson  England Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia 12 January 2011
5/27 James Faulkner  Pakistan Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali, India 25 March 2016 double-dagger
5/24 Ashton Agar dagger  South Africa New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa 21 February 2020
6/30  New Zealand Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington, New Zealand 3 March 2021
Last Updated: 5 March 2021[86]

Best bowling figures against each opponent

Opposition Player Figures Date
 Bangladesh Adam Zampa 5/19 4 November 2021 double-dagger
 England Shane Watson 4/15 12 January 2011
 India Jason Behrendorff 4/21 10 October 2017
 Ireland Shane Watson 3/26 19 September 2012 double-dagger
 New Zealand Ashton Agar 6/30 3 March 2021
 Pakistan James Faulkner 5/27 25 March 2016 double-dagger
 South Africa Ashton Agar 5/24 21 February 2020
 Sri Lanka Stuart Clark 4/20 20 September 2007 double-dagger
 United Arab Emirates Nathan Coulter-Nile 2/20 22 October 2018
Billy Stanlake
 West Indies Josh Hazlewood 3/12 9 July 2021
 Zimbabwe Andrew Tye 3/12 3 July 2018
Last updated: 4 November 2021.[86]

Best career average

A bowler's bowling average is the total number of runs they have conceded divided by the number of wickets they have taken. Afghanistan's Rashid Khan holds the record for the best career average in T20Is with 12.62. Ajantha Mendis, Sri Lankan cricketer, is second behind Rashid with an overall career average of 14.42 runs per wicket. Mitchell Starc with an average of 18.65 is the highest ranked Aussie bowler.[87]

Rank Average Player Wickets Runs Balls Period
1 19.00 James Faulkner 36 684 515 2012-2017
2 20.62 Pat Cummins dagger 37 763 660 2011-2020
3 20.97 Mitchell Johnson 38 807 656 2007-2013
4 21.21 Andrew Tye dagger 47 997 785 2016-2021
5 21.69 Ashton Agar dagger 42 911 810 2016-2021
Qualification: 500 balls. Last Updated: 9 August 2021[88]

Best career economy rate

A bowler's economy rate is the total number of runs they have conceded divided by the number of overs they have bowled.[79] New Zealand's Daniel Vettori, holds the T20I record for the best career economy rate with 5.70. Adam Zampa, with a rate of 6.51 runs per over conceded over his 37-match T20I career, is the highest Australian on the list.[89]

Rank Economy rate Player Wickets Runs Balls Period
1 6.74 Ashton Agar dagger 42 911 810 2016-2021
2 6.93 Pat Cummins dagger 37 763 660 2011-2020
3 6.96 Adam Zampa dagger 52 1,218 1,049 2016-2021
4 7.22 Mitchell Starc dagger 51 1,113 924 2012-2021
5 7.28 Mitchell Johnson 38 797 656 2007-2013
Qualification: 500 balls. Last Updated: 9 August 2021[90]

Best career strike rate

A bowler's strike rate is the total number of balls they have bowled divided by the number of wickets they have taken.[79] The top bowler with the best T20I career strike rate is Rashid Khan of Afghanistan with strike rate of 12.3 balls per wicket. James Faulkner is the Aussie bowler with the lowest strike rate.[91]

Rank Strike rate Player Wickets Runs Balls Period
1 14.3 James Faulkner 36 684 515 2012-2017
2 14.5 Andrew Tye dagger 47 997 785 2016-2021
3 17.1 Nathan Coulter-Nile 34 802 582 2013-2019
4 17.2 Mitchell Johnson 38 797 656 2007-2013
5 17.8 Pat Cummins dagger 37 763 660 2011-2020
Qualification: 500 balls. Last Updated: 9 August 2021[92]

Most four-wickets (& over) hauls in an innings

Pakistan's Umar Gul has taken the most four-wickets (or over) among all the bowlers. 11 Aussies bowlers have taken at-least one such haul.[93]

Rank Four-wicket hauls Player Matches Balls Wickets Period
1 2 Ashton Agar dagger 39 810 42 2016-2021
2 1 Jason Behrendorff dagger 9 132 7 2017-2021
Stuart Clark 9 216 13 2006-2007
Nathan Coulter-Nile 28 582 34 2013-2019
James Faulkner 24 515 36 2012-2017
Josh Hazlewood dagger 17 400 21 2013-2021
Michael Kasprowicz 2 42 5 2005-2005
Dirk Nannes 15 318 27 2009-2010
Billy Stanlake 19 420 27 2017-2019
Andrew Tye dagger 32 681 47 2016-2021
Shane Watson 58 930 48 2006-2016
Last Updated: 9 August 2021[94]

Best economy rates in an inning

The best economy rate in an inning, when a minimum of 12 balls are delivered by the bowler, is Sri Lankan player Nuwan Kulasekara economy of 0.00 during his spell of 0 runs for 1 wicket in 2 overs against Netherlands at Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in the 2014 ICC World Twenty20. David Hussey holds the Australian record during his spell in India's tour of Australia in 2012 at Sydney, Australia and by Billy Stanlake against Pakistan during the 2018 Zimbabwe Tri-Nation Series.[95]

Rank Economy Player Overs Runs Wickets Opposition Venue Date
1 2.00 David Hussey 2 4 2  India Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 1 February 2012
Billy Stanlake 4 8 4  Pakistan Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe 2 July 2018
3 2.50 Adam Voges 2 5 2  India Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia 1 February 2008
Cameron Boyce 4 10  Pakistan Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, UAE 5 October 2014
5 2.75 Brad Hogg 4 11 1 10 September 2012
Pat Cummins dagger  South Africa Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia 7 November 2014
Ashton Agar dagger 2  New Zealand Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington, New Zealand 5 March 2021
Qualification: 12 balls bowled. Last Updated: 7 March 2021[96]

Best strike rates in an inning

The best strike rate in an inning, when a minimum of 4 wickets are taken by the player, is by Steve Tikolo of Kenya during his spell of 4/2 in 1.2 overs against Scotland during the 2013 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier at ICC Academy, Dubai, UAE. Both Faulkner and Agar during their spells when they took five-wickets in an inning also recorded the best strike rate for an Aussie bowler.[97]

Rank Strike rate Player Wickets Runs Balls Opposition Venue Date
1 4.0 Ashton Agar dagger 6 30 24  New Zealand Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington, New Zealand 3 March 2021
2 4.8 James Faulkner 5 27 24  Pakistan Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali, India 25 March 2016 double-dagger
Ashton Agar dagger 24  South Africa New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa 21 February 2020
Adam Zampa dagger 19  Bangladesh Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, United Arab Emirates 4 November 2021 double-dagger
5 6.0 Michael Kasprowicz 4 29 24  New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 17 February 2005
Stuart Clark 20  Sri Lanka Sahara Park Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa 20 September 2007 double-dagger
Dirk Nannes 18  Bangladesh Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados 5 May 2010
Shane Watson 15  England Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia 12 January 2011
Nathan Coulter-Nile 31 Bellerive Oval, Hobart, Australia 29 January 2014
Josh Hazlewood dagger 30  England Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia 31 January 2014
Jason Behrendorff dagger 21  India Dr. Bhupen Hazarika Cricket Stadium, Guwahati, India 10 October 2017
Andrew Tye dagger 23  New Zealand Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 3 February 2018
Billy Stanlake 8  Pakistan Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe 2 July 2018
Josh Hazlewood 39  West Indies Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi, UAE 6 November 2021 double-dagger
Last Updated: 6 November 2021[98]

Worst figures in an innings

The worst figures in a T20I came in the Sri Lanka's tour of Australia when Kasun Rajitha of Sri Lanka had figures of 0/75 off his four overs at Adelaide Oval, Adelaide.[99][100] The worst figures by an Australian is 0/59 that came off the bowling of Kane Richardson in the 2018 tour of England at Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham, England.[101]

Rank Figures Player Overs Opposition Venue Date
1 0/59 Kane Richardson dagger 4  England Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham, England 27 June 2018
2 0/51 Andrew Tye  India Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 31 January 2016
3 0/50 Josh Hazlewood  South Africa New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa 6 March 2016 double-dagger
Marcus Stoinis  New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 16 February 2018
5 0/49 Mitchell Starc  West Indies Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia 10 July 2021
Josh Hazlewood  Pakistan Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, UAE 11 November 2021
Last Updated: 11 November 2021[101]

Most runs conceded in a match

Kasun Rajitha also holds the dubious distinction of most runs conceded in a T20I during the aforementioned match. Andrew Tye with figures of 2/64 off his four overs against New Zealand in February 2018 holds the most runs conceded distinction for Australia.[102]

Rank Figures Player Overs Opposition Venue Date
1 2/64 Andrew Tye 4  New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 16 February 2018
2 0/59 Kane Richardson  England Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham, England 27 June 2018
3 1/57 Riley Meredith  West Indies Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia 14 July 2021
4 1/56 Brett Lee  West Indies The Oval, London, England 6 June 2009 double-dagger
5 1/51 Dirk Nannes  New Zealand Lancaster Park, Christchurch, New Zealand 28 February 2010
0/51 Andrew Tye  India Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 31 January 2016
1/51 Kane Richardson  Pakistan Manuka Oval, Canberra, Australia 5 November 2019
Last updated:16 July 2021[103]

Most wickets in a calendar year

Australia's Andrew Tye holds the record for most wickets taken in a year when he took 31 wickets in 2018 in 19 T20Is.[104]

Rank Wickets Player Matches Year
1 31 ♠ Andrew Tye dagger 19 2018
2 27 Dirk Nannes 14 2010
3 25 Billy Stanlake 16 2018
Adam Zampa 20 2021
5 22 Shaun Tait 14 2010
Last Updated: 11 November 2021[105]

Most wickets in a series

2019 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier at UAE saw records set for the most wickets taken by a bowler in a T20I series when Oman's pacer Bilal Khan tool 18 wickets during the series. Dirk Nannes in the 2010 ICC World Twenty20 took 14 wickets, the most for an Aussie bowler in a series.[106]

Rank Wickets Player Matches Series
1 14 Dirk Nannes 7 2010 ICC World Twenty20
2 12 Stuart Clark 6 2007 ICC World Twenty20
Andrew Tye dagger 5 2018 Zimbabwe Tri-Nation Series
Adam Zampa dagger 6 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup
5 11 Steven Smith dagger 7 2010 ICC World Twenty20
Shane Watson 6 2012 ICC World Twenty20
Last Updated: 11 November 2021[107]

Hat-trick

In cricket, a hat-trick occurs when a bowler takes three wickets with consecutive deliveries. The deliveries may be interrupted by an over bowled by another bowler from the other end of the pitch or the other team's innings, but must be three consecutive deliveries by the individual bowler in the same match. Only wickets attributed to the bowler count towards a hat-trick; run outs do not count. In T20Is history there have been just 13 hat-tricks, the first achieved by Brett Lee for Australia against Bangladesh in 2007 ICC World Twenty20.[108]

S. No Bowler Against Wickets Venue Date Ref.
1 Brett Lee  Bangladesh South Africa Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town 16 September 2007 double-dagger [109]
2 Ashton Agar  South Africa South Africa Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg 21 February 2020 [110]
3 Nathan Ellis  Bangladesh Bangladesh Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur 6 August 2021 [111]
Last Updated: 9 August 2020[108]

Wicket-keeping records

The wicket-keeper is a specialist fielder who stands behind the stumps being guarded by the batsman on strike and is the only member of the fielding side allowed to wear gloves and leg pads.[112]

Most career dismissals

A wicket-keeper can be credited with the dismissal of a batsman in two ways, caught or stumped. A fair catch is taken when the ball is caught fully within the field of play without it bouncing after the ball has touched the striker's bat or glove holding the bat,[113][114] Laws 5.6.2.2 and 5.6.2.3 state that the hand or the glove holding the bat shall be regarded as the ball striking or touching the bat while a stumping occurs when the wicket-keeper puts down the wicket while the batsman is out of his ground and not attempting a run.[115] Brad Haddin and Alex Carey is the highest ranked Aussie wicket keeper in the all-time list of taking most dismissals in T20Is as a designated wicket-keeper, which is headed by India's MS Dhoni and West Indian Denesh Ramdin.[116]

Rank Dismissals Player Matches Innings Period
1 37 Matthew Wade dagger 54 50 2011-2021
2 23 Brad Haddin 34 31 2006-2014
Alex Carey dagger 38 29 2018-2021
4 17 Adam Gilchrist 13 13 2005-2008
5 12 Tim Paine 10 10 2009-2017
Last updated: 11 November 2021[117]

Most career catches

Haddin and Adam Gilchrist have taken the most catches in T20Is as a designated wicket-keeper with Dhoni and Ramdin leading the all-time list.[118]

Rank Catches Player Matches Innings Period
1 34 Matthew Wade dagger 54 50 2011-2021
2 17 Adam Gilchrist 13 13 2005-2008
Brad Haddin 34 31 2006-2014
4 14 Alex Carey dagger 38 29 2018-2021
5 10 Tim Paine 10 10 2009-2017
Last Updated: 11 November 2021[119]

Most career stumpings

Carey has made the most stumpings in T20Is as a designated wicket-keeper among Aussies with Dhoni and Kamran Akmal of Pakistan heading this all-time list.[120]

Rank Stumpings Player Matches Innings Period
1 9 Alex Carey dagger 38 29 2018-2021
2 6 Brad Haddin 34 31 2006-2014
3 3 Matthew Wade dagger 54 50 2011-2021
4 2 Tim Paine 10 10 2009-2017
Ben Dunk 5 3 2014-2014
Last Updated: 11 November 2021[121]

Most dismissals in an innings

Four wicket-keepers on four occasions have taken five dismissals in a single innings in a T20I.[122]

The feat of taking 4 dismissals in an innings has been achieved by 19 wicket-keepers on 26 occasions with Gilchrist being the only Australian wicket-keeper.[123]

Rank Dismissals Player Opposition Venue Date
1 4 Adam Gilchrist  Zimbabwe Sahara Park Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa 12 September 2007
 New Zealand WACA Ground, Perth, Australia 11 December 2007
3 3 Brad Haddin Westpac Stadium, Wellington, New Zealand 26 February 2010
Matthew Wade dagger  South Africa Ranasinghe Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka 30 September 2012
Ben Dunk Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia 7 November 2014
Tim Paine  Sri Lanka Kardinia Park, Geelong, Australia 19 February 2017
 India Dr. Bhupen Hazarika Cricket Stadium, Guwahati, India 10 October 2017
Alex Carey dagger  Sri Lanka The Gabba, Brisbane, Australia 30 October 2019
Last Updated: 9 August 2020[124]

Most dismissals in a series

Netherlands wicket-keeper Scott Edwards holds the T20Is record for the most dismissals taken by a wicket-keeper in a series. He made 13 dismissals during the 2019 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier. Australian record is held by Gilchrist when he made 9 dimissials during the 2007 ICC World Twenty20.[125]

Rank Dismissals Player Matches Innings Series
1 9 Adam Gilchrist 6 6 2007 ICC World Twenty20
2 8 Matthew Wade 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup
3 6 Ben Dunk 3 3 South Africa in Australia in 2014-15
Alex Carey dagger 5 5 2018 Zimbabwe Tri-Nation Series
5 5 Brad Haddin 7 7 2010 ICC World Twenty20
Matthew Wade dagger 6 6 2012 ICC World Twenty20
Tim Paine 3 3 Sri Lanka in Australia in 2016-17
Alex Carey dagger 5 5 2017–18 Trans-Tasman Tri-Series
3 3 Sri Lanka in Australia in 2019-20
Last Updated: 11 November 2021[126]

Fielding records

Most career catches

Caught is one of the nine methods a batsman can be dismissed in cricket.[a] The majority of catches are caught in the slips, located behind the batsman, next to the wicket-keeper, on the off side of the field. Most slip fielders are top order batsmen.[128][129]

South Africa's David Miller holds the record for the most catches in T20Is by a non-wicket-keeper with 69, followed by New Zealand's Martin Guptill on 62 and Shoaib Malik of Pakistan with 50. David Warner is the leading catcher for Australia.[130]

Rank Catches Player Matches Period
1 47 David Warner dagger 87 2009-2021
2 37 Glenn Maxwell dagger 78 2012-2021
3 36 Aaron Finch dagger 82 2011-2021
Steve Smith dagger 51 2011-2021
5 26 Ashton Agar dagger 40 2016-2021
Last Updated: 11 November 2021[131]

Most catches in an innings

The feat of taking 4 catches in an innings has been achieved by 14 fielders on 14 occasions.[132] No Australian fielder has achieved this feat. The most is three catches on nine occasions.[133]

Rank Dismissals Player Opposition Venue Date
1 3 Brett Lee  Sri Lanka Sahara Park Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa 20 September 2007
Michael Hussey  Bangladesh Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados 5 May 2010
David Warner dagger  Pakistan Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia 14 May 2010
Ben Cutting  England Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 2 February 2014
David Warner dagger  Sri Lanka Ranasinghe Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka 9 September 2016
Aaron Finch dagger  Pakistan Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe 2 July 2018
Jason Behrendorff dagger  India The Gabba, Brisbane, Australia 21 November 2018
Ben McDermott  Sri Lanka Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia 1 November 2019
Steven Smith dagger  Pakistan Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 3 November 2019
Ashton Agar dagger  Bangladesh Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur, Bangladesh 9 August 2021
Last Updated: 9 August 2021[134]

Most catches in a series

The 2019 ICC Men's T20 World Cup Qualifier, which saw Netherlands retain their title,[135] saw the record set for the most catches taken by a non-wicket-keeper in a T20I series. Jersey's Ben Stevens and Namibia's JJ Smit took 10 catches in the series. David Warner and Michael Hussey with 8 catches in the 2010 ICC World Twenty20 are the leading Aussie fielder on this list.[136]

Rank Catches Player Matches Innings Series
1 8 David Warner dagger 7 7 2010 ICC World Twenty20
Michael Hussey
3 7 David Warner dagger 5 5 2017–18 Trans-Tasman Tri-Series
Steven Smith dagger 6 6 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup
5 6 David Hussey 7 7 2010 ICC World Twenty20
Steven Smith dagger
Glenn Maxwell dagger 4 4 2014 ICC World Twenty20
Last Updated: 11 November 2021[137]

Other records

Most career matches

Pakistan's Shoaib Malik holds the record for the most T20I matches played with 122, followed by his teammate Mohammad Hafeez with 119 and Rohit Sharma of India with 116 games. David Warner is the most experienced Aussie player having represented the team on 87 occasions.[138]

Rank Matches Player Period
1 87 David Warner dagger 2009-2021
2 82 Aaron Finch dagger 2011-2021
3 78 Glenn Maxwell dagger 2012-2021
4 58 Shane Watson 2006-2016
5 56 Adam Zampa dagger 2016-2021
Last Updated: 11 November 2021[139]

Most consecutive career matches

Scotland's Richie Berrington hold the record for the most consecutive T20I matches played with 70. David Warner holds the Aussie record.[140]

Rank Matches Player Period
1 39 David Warner 2009-2013
2 38 David Hussey 2008-2012
3 32 Aaron Finch 2018-2020
4 28 George Bailey 2012-2014
5 25 Glenn Maxwell 2017-2019
Last updated: 11 November 2021[140]

Most matches as captain

MS Dhoni, who led the Indian cricket team from 2007 to 2016, holds the record for the most matches played as captain in T20Is with 72. Aaron Finch has led Australia in most matches for any player from his country.[141]

Rank Matches Player Won Lost Tied NR Win % Period
1 55 Aaron Finch dagger 28 25 0 2 52.83 2014-2021
2 28 George Bailey 14 13 1 0 51.79 2012-2014
3 18 Michael Clarke 12 4 1 1 73.53 2007-2010
4 17 Ricky Ponting 7 10 0 0 41.18 2005-2009
5 9 David Warner 8 1 0 0 88.89 2016-2018
Last Updated: 11 November 2021[142]

Youngest players on Debut

The youngest player to play in a T20I match is Marian Gherasim at the age of 14 years and 16 days. Making his debut for Romania against the Bulgaria on 16 October 2020 in the first T20I of the 2020 Balkan Cup[143] thus becoming the youngest to play in a men's T20I match.[144][145][146]

Rank Age Player Opposition Venue Date
1 18 years and 158 days Pat Cummins  South Africa Sahara Park Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa 13 October 2011
2 19 years and 361 days Mitchell Marsh  South Africa New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa 16 October 2011
3 20 years and 152 days Jhye Richardson  Sri Lanka Kardinia Park, Geelong, Australia 19 February 2017
4 20 years and 183 days James Muirhead  England Bellerive Oval, Hobart, Australia 29 January 2014
5 20 years and 248 days Steven Smith  Pakistan Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia 5 February 2010
Last Updated: 9 August 2020[146][147]

Oldest Players on Debut

The Turkish batsmen Osman Göker is the oldest player to make their debut a T20I match. Playing in the 2019 Continental Cup against Romania at Moara Vlasiei Cricket Ground, Moara Vlăsiei he was aged 59 years and 181 days.[148][149]

Rank Age Player Opposition Venue Date
1 36 years and 228 days Michael Klinger  Sri Lanka Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia 17 February 2017
2 35 years and 18 days Brad Hogg  South Africa New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa 24 February 2006
3 35 years and 8 days Glenn McGrath  New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 17 February 2005
4 33 years and 227 days Matthew Hayden  England Rose Bowl, Southampton, England 13 June 2005
5 33 years and 119 days Damien Martyn  New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 17 February 2005
Last Updated: 9 August 2020[149][150]

Oldest Players

The Turkish batsmen Osman Göker is the oldest player to appear in a T20I match during the same above mentioned match.[151]

Rank Age Player Opposition Venue Date
1 43 years and 45 days Brad Hogg  Pakistan Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur, Bangladesh 23 March 2014
2 39 years and 91 days Brad Hodge  India 30 March 2014
3 38 years and 97 days Daniel Christian  Bangladesh 9 August 2021
4 37 years and 131 days Michael Hussey  West Indies Ranasinghe Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka 5 October 2012
5 36 years and 347 days Brad Haddin  Pakistan Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, UAE 5 October 2014
Last Updated: 9 August 2021[151][152]

Partnership records

In cricket, two batsmen are always present at the crease batting together in a partnership. This partnership will continue until one of them is dismissed, retires or the innings comes to a close.

Highest partnerships by wicket

A wicket partnership describes the number of runs scored before each wicket falls. The first wicket partnership is between the opening batsmen and continues until the first wicket falls. The second wicket partnership then commences between the not out batsman and the number three batsman. This partnership continues until the second wicket falls. The third wicket partnership then commences between the not out batsman and the new batsman. This continues down to the tenth wicket partnership. When the tenth wicket has fallen, there is no batsman left to partner so the innings is closed.

Wicket Runs First batsman Second batsman Opposition Venue Date
1st Wicket 223 Aaron Finch D'Arcy Short  Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe 3 July 2018
2nd Wicket 117* David Warner Steven Smith  Sri Lanka The Gabba, Brisbane, Australia 30 October 2019
3rd Wicket 118 Aaron Finch Glenn Maxwell  Pakistan Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur, Bangladesh 23 March 2014
4th Wicket 161 ♠ David Warner  South Africa New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa 6 March 2016
5th Wicket 83 Ricky Ponting Simon Katich  New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 17 February 2005
6th Wicket 101* ♠ Cameron White Michael Hussey  Sri Lanka Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados 9 May 2010
7th Wicket 92 ♠ Marcus Stoinis Daniel Sams  New Zealand University Oval, Dunedin, New Zealand 25 February 2021
8th Wicket 53* Mitchell Johnson Michael Hussey  Pakistan Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia 14 May 2010
9th Wicket 23* Clinton McKay Nathan Coulter-Nile  West Indies The Gabba, Brisbane, Australia 13 February 2013
10th Wicket 23 Jhye Richardson Adam Zampa  New Zealand Hagley Oval, Christchurch, New Zealand 22 February 2021
Last Updated: 25 February 2021[153]

Highest partnerships by runs

The highest T20I partnership by runs for any wicket is held by the Afghan pairing of Hazratullah Zazai and Usman Ghani who put together an opening wicket partnership of 236 runs during the Ireland v Afghanistan series in India in 2019[154]

Wicket Runs First batsman Second batsman Opposition Venue Date
1st Wicket 223 Aaron Finch D'Arcy Short  Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe 3 July 2018
4th Wicket 161 David Warner Glenn Maxwell  South Africa New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa 6 March 2016
1st Wicket 133 Shane Watson  India Ranasinghe Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka 28 September 2012
122 Aaron Finch  Sri Lanka Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia 27 October 2019
121 D'Arcy Short  New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 16 February 2018
Last Updated: 9 August 2020[155]

Umpiring records

Most matches umpired

An umpire in cricket is a person who officiates the match according to the Laws of Cricket. Two umpires adjudicate the match on the field, whilst a third umpire has access to video replays, and a fourth umpire looks after the match balls and other duties. The records below are only for on-field umpires.

Ahsan Raza of Pakistan holds the record for the most T20I matches umpired with 49. The most experienced Australian umpire is Rod Tucker with 35 matches officiated so far.[156]

Rank Matches Umpire Period
1 37 Rod Tucker 2009-2020
2 34 Simon Taufel 2007-2012
3 26 Steve Davis 2007-2014
4 20 Bruce Oxenford 2006-2016
5 19 Simon Fry 2011-2019
Last Updated: 22 February 2021[156]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ In 2017, The Laws of Cricket were amended, reducing the methods of dismissals from ten to nine, with handled the ball now covered as part of obstructing the field.[127]

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