30 mins break in between innings.
Brian Lara. He has scored 400* Vs England. He has also scored the highest run in an innings in first class cricket. He scored 501.
The first recorded international cricket match was played in 1876/77 in Melbourne. It was a match between England and Australia. Australia scored 245 in the first innings England scored 196 in the first innings Australia scored 104 in the second innings England scored 108 in the second innings Thus Australia won the match by 45 runs.
'First class' cricket is usually defined as a match in which both teams have the possibility of having two innings each. Although the term usually refers to domestic competition it does, by definition, include international test cricket. Therefore a 'first class century', is 100 runs scored by a single batsmen in a single innings of first class cricket.
56 Pakistan vs Australia
srilanka first innings total of 952 vs India in 1997 august the first test in Colombo where jayasuria made triple century
Brian Charles Lara.
The greatest number of runs in first-class cricket is 61,760, scored in 1325 innings by Jack Hobbs.
Don Bradman's first duck occurred in his twenty-first innings - though his following two Test innings saw him score 226 and 112 runs. Bradman scored a total of seven ducks in Test cricket, including the legendary final innings in which he was dismissed for a duck.
Brian Lara. He got 500 not out. He also scored the highest single test match innings with 400.
18 runs of 40 balls.
Saeed Anwar holds the record for the highest individual innings in an ODI. The highest individual innings in first-class cricket is Brian Lara's 501 not out for Warwickshire against Durham in 1994. Lara, of course, also holds the record for the highest Test innings: 400 not out v England in 2003-04. The question asked, however, for the highest total in first-class cricket. The answer is 1107 for Victoria v New South Wales at Melbourne in 1926-27.
south africe in 1924 againest England
354 by India at Nagpur.
Anil Kumble took two wickets in the first innings in which he took part in Test cricket - in a match starting on August 9, 1990 against England, he dismisssed Allan Lamb for 38 runs, and later in the innings, John Morris, for 13.
if a batsman gets out on the first ball in the first innings of a test match, then when he will face the first ball of second innings, he will be consider as on a king pair, as same as after two consecutive wickets the bowler is considered to be on a hattrick for the third ball, when he gets the third consecutive wicket he is considered to achieve the hattrick similarly when a batsmen gets out on the first ball of second innings as in the first innings he will be considered as he has achieved the king pair.
In cricket while a side is batting, two of the batsman of the side open the innings. In a sense, these are the first two batsman who start the proceedings. Each of these two is called an opener.
The first Indian batsman to make an innings of 300 or more in Test matches is Virender Sehwag, who hit 309 runs against Pakistan, completing the innings on March 28, 2004. It was the first Test cricket triple century in which the 300 mark was reached with a 6.
The first batsmen to make 100 runs in test cricket, uniquely, reached this milestone in the very first international test match. Charles Bannerman was the first person to reach 100 runs in international test cricket, during his innings of 165 against England in 1877 at the Melbourne cricket ground.
Test matches are played for a maximum of 5 days, with both teams having two innings batting (and thus two bowling). These are taken in turns unless the follow-on rule is imposed (second team scores over 200 less than the first team in their first innings). Both teams wear cricket whites and a red regulation cricket ball is used, changed at the start of every innings and then every 80 overs through the innings (although it is the bowling side's captain's decision when to take the second, third etc. new ball).
Virender Sehwag hit the first ball for a six of Nathan Bracken(Australia) in 2003-2004.
Australian cricketer Dennis Lillee tried to play an innings with an aluminium bat, only to have it outlawed by umpires.
Maximum innings in a test match can be 4 ,2 innings for each side.....Minimum is 1 innings which is only possible if side batting first keeps on batting and does not declares,but this is very very rare to occur.....Usually 4 innings ,2 for each side are easily played and the match usually ends with a usually i.e win or loss of a particular side.