Aus vs SA: T20 stats

November 6, 2014
JP Duminy

Ahead of Friday’s second International between Australia and South Africa (start 10.35am SA time), we look at the updated key T20 stats featuring the two countries.

Matches played
12 – Australia won 7 and SA 5

Highest team scores
209-3 Australia, Brisbane 2006
201-4 South Africa, Johannesburg 2006

Lowest team scores
114 (18.3 overs) South Africa, Brisbane 2006
139-8 Australia, Centurion 2009

Biggest wins (by runs)
95 Australia, Brisbane 2006
17 South Africa, Centurion 2009

Biggest wins (by wickets)
8 Australia, Colombo 2012
7 South Africa, Adelaide 2014

Biggest wins (by balls remaining in second innings)
30 Australia, Centurion 2014
6 South Africa, Adelaide 2014

Most runs between the two sides
307 JP Duminy (SA)
212 Cameron White (Aus)
210 Shane Watson (Aus)
199 David Warner (Aus)
173 David Hussey (Aus)
135 Graeme Smith (SA)

Most wickets between the two sides
7 David Hussey (Aus), Nathan Bracken (Aus), Robin Peterson (SA), James Hopes (Aus)
6 Morne Morkel (SA) Pat Cummins (Aus)
5 Johan Botha (SA)

Most wicketkeeper dismissals
4 Brad Haddin (Aus)
3 Heino Kuhn (SA), Matthew Wade (Aus)
2 AB de Villiers (SA)

Most catches
6 David Millier (SA), Cameron White (Aus), JP Duminy (SA)
4 David Hussey (Aus)
3 AB de Villiers (SA), Mike Hussey (Aus), Albie Morkel (SA), Johan Botha (SA)

Highest partnership by runs
129 Quinton de Kock & Rilee Rossouw (SA), Adelaide 2014
111 Graeme Smith & Herschelle Gibbs (SA), Johannesburg 2006
99 Shane Watson & Mike Hussey (Aus), Colombo 2012
84 Damien Martyn & Andrew Symonds (Aus),  Brisbane 2006
82 Shane Watson & Shaun Marsh (Aus), Cape Town 2011
74no Quinton de Kock & Faf du Plessis (SA) Durban 2014

Most matches
10 JP Duminy (SA)
9 Cameron White (Aus)
8 Johan Botha (SA), David Warner (Aus)

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