Most matches as an umpire
Umpire Span Matches
JW Lloyds 2003-2013 111
(England)
RK Illingworth 2005-2014 108
(England)
SJA Taufel 2007-2013 107
(Australia)
HDPK Dharmasena 2009-2014 104
(Sri Lanka)
M Erasmus 2004-2014 104
(South Africa)
Asad Rauf 2005-2013 97
(Pakistan)
Aleem Dar 2005-2014 92
(Pakistan)
TE Jesty 2003-2013 91
(England)
RJ Bailey 2005-2013 89
(England)
G Sharp 2003-2013 89
(England)
BF Bowden 2005-2014 88
(New Zealand)
P Willey 2003-2013 87
(England)
BR Doctrove 2007-2012 86
(West Indies)
PJ Hartley 2003-2013 86
(England)
BG Jerling 2004-2014 84
(South Africa)
MR Benson 2003-2013 83
(England)
NGC Cowley 2003-2013 83
(England)
RJ Tucker 2006-2014 80
(Australia)
NL Bainton 2005-2013 79
(England)
JH Evans 2003-2013 79
(England)
NA Mallender 2003-2013 79
(England)
S Ravi 2007-2014 79
(India)
JD Cloete 2004-2014 77
(South Africa)
RE Koertzen 2004-2011 77
(South Africa)
RB Tiffin 2008-2013 77
(Zimbabwe)
RA Kettleborough 2005-2014 73
(England)
NJ Llong 2003-2014 73
(England)
RT Robinson 2005-2013 70
(England)
JS Wilson 2010-2014 68
(West Indies)
IJ Gould 2003-2014 66
(England)
Ahsan Raza 2006-2014 65
(Pakistan)
GAV Baxter 2006-2014 65
(New Zealand)
MA Gough 2009-2013 65
(England)
IL Howell 2004-2014 64
(South Africa)
Zameer Haider 2005-2014 64
(Pakistan)
NGB Cook 2008-2013 62
(England)
S Asnani 2007-2013 61
(India)
CB Gaffaney 2009-2014 61
(New Zealand)
BNJ Oxenford 2005-2014 61
(Australia)
JF Steele 2003-2011 60
(England)
SA Garratt 2005-2013 59
(England)
REJ Martinesz 2004-2013 59
(Sri Lanka)
PR Reiffel 2007-2014 58
(Australia)
B Dudleston 2003-2010 56
(England)
MJD Bodenham 2007-2013 55
(England)
AT Holdstock 2009-2014 54
(South Africa)
KH Hurter 2004-2014 54
(South Africa)
S George 2005-2014 53
(South Africa)
VA Holder 2003-2010 50
(England, West Indies)
DJ Millns 2009-2013 50
(England)
Riazuddin 2005-2014 50
(Pakistan)
C Shamshuddin 2009-2014 50
(India)
DJ Walker 2006-2014 50
(New Zealand)
GO Brathwaite 2010-2014 49
(West Indies)
SJ Davis 2007-2014 49
(Australia)
EAR de Silva 2004-2013 48
(Sri Lanka)
PJ Nero 2010-2014 48
(West Indies)
AM Saheba 2007-2013 48
(India)
SK Tarapore 2007-2013 48
(India)
BG Frost 2007-2014 47
(New Zealand)
MW Brown 2004-2014 46
(South Africa)
PD Jones 2006-2014 46
(New Zealand)
TH Wijewardene 2004-2013 46
(Sri Lanka)
DJ Harper 2007-2010 45
(Australia)
O Chirombe 2008-2013 44
(Zimbabwe)
JD Ward 2006-2014 42
(Australia)
JW Holder 2003-2009 41
(England)
TJ Parlane 2007-2014 39
(New Zealand)
SD Fry 2006-2014 38
(Australia)
EA Watkin 2006-2013 38
(New Zealand)
K Hariharan 2007-2011 37
(India)
EC Hendrikse 2006-2014 37
(South Africa)
AA Jones 2003-2008 37
(England)
Shozab Raza 2008-2013 37
(Pakistan)
Saleem Badar 2005-2013 36
(Pakistan)
DJ Smith 2006-2014 36
(South Africa)
AL Hill 2005-2012 35
(New Zealand)
GH Pienaar 2005-2014 35
(South Africa)
SL Shastri 2007-2013 35
(India)
GI Burgess 2003-2008 34
(England)
AK Chaudhary 2007-2014 34
(India)
Enamul Haque 2006-2013 34
(Bangladesh)
SS Hazare 2007-2012 34
(India)
B Leadbeater 2003-2008 34
(England)
Sarika Prasad 2008-2013 34
(Singapore)
Ahmed Shahab 2006-2014 33
(Pakistan)
SC Gale 2010-2013 33
(England)
MJ Harris 2003-2008 33
(England)
Masudur Rahman 2010-2013 33
(Bangladesh)
TJ Matibiri 2008-2013 31
(Zimbabwe)
Nadeem Ghauri 2005-2012 31
(Pakistan)
GA Abood 2006-2014 30
(Australia)
N Duguid 2011-2014 30
(West Indies)
MD Martell 2007-2014 30
(Australia)
RSA Palliyaguruge 2011-2013 30
(Sri Lanka)
Ghaffar Kazmi 2009-2014 28
(Pakistan)
IH Lock 2005-2014 28
(Australia)
Sharfuddoula 2010-2014 28
(Bangladesh)
S Das 2007-2013 27
(India)
R Palmer 2003-2007 27
(England)
P Wilson 2009-2014 27
(Australia)
AG Dissanayake 2004-2012 26
(Sri Lanka)
Khalid Mahmood 2008-2014 26
(Pakistan)
WR Knights 2007-2014 26
(New Zealand)
VA Kulkarni 2011-2014 25
(India)
IN Ramage 2012-2013 25
(Scotland)
R Subramanian 2007-2013 25
(India)
AP Ward 2007-2014 25
(Australia)
Anisur Rahman 2010-2014 24
(Bangladesh)
CE Mack 2006-2012 24
(West Indies)
NA Malcolm 2008-2011 24
(West Indies)
KN Ananthapadmanabhan 2009-2013 23
(India)
SSK Gallage 2005-2012 23
(Sri Lanka)
GC Joshua 2009-2014 23
(Australia)
AW Louw 2010-2014 23
(Namibia)
SJ O'Shaughnessy 2011-2013 23
(England)
M Hawthorne 2012-2013 22
(Ireland)
PG Liyanage 2004-2012 22
(Sri Lanka)
JJ Luck 2010-2013 22
(Namibia)
Mahfuzur Rahman 2010-2013 22
(Bangladesh)
GA Pratapkumar 2008-2011 22
(India)
Tahir Shah 2009-2014 22
(Pakistan)
UV Gandhe 2010-2013 21
(India)
RD Kottahachchi 2004-2013 21
(Sri Lanka)
SD Ranade 2007-2014 21
(India)
Shakeel Khan 2005-2012 21
(Pakistan)
Gazi Sohel 2010-2013 20
(Bangladesh)
LB Gcuma 2011-2014 20
(South Africa)
EJ Gray 2006-2010 20
(New Zealand)
ID Gunawardene 2007-2013 20
(Sri Lanka)
PG Pathak 2010-2014 20
(India)
BM White 2009-2014 20
(South Africa)
AJ Barrow 2011-2014 19
(Australia)
DJ Constant 2003-2006 19
(England)
GE Greaves 2006-2012 19
(West Indies)
CK Nandan 2007-2013 19
(India)
BB Pradhan 2012-2013 19
(Nepal)
Tanvir Ahmed 2010-2013 19
(Bangladesh)
AY Gokhale 2007-2014 18
(India)
BK Ravi 2010-2014 18
(India)
AY Dandekar 2007-2013 17
(India)
BBJ Nandakumar 2004-2009 17
(Sri Lanka)
DL Orchard 2012-2012 17
(South Africa)
RL Parry 2006-2012 17
(Australia)
R Risodkar 2007-2014 17
(India)
Akram Raza 2009-2013 16
(Pakistan)
PK Baldwin 2008-2013 16
(England, Germany)
MJ Kitchen 2003-2005 16
(England)
Nadir Shah 2006-2012 16
(Bangladesh)
NRS Prabhu 2007-2011 16
(India)
Rasheed Bhatti 2005-2011 16
(Pakistan)
MJ Saggers 2010-2013 16
(England)
MG Silva 2005-2009 16
(Sri Lanka)
K Srinath 2011-2013 16
(India)
RR Wimalasiri 2011-2013 16
(Sri Lanka)
MVD Zilva 2007-2012 16
(Sri Lanka)
S Dua 2007-2011 15
(India)
LM Engelbrecht 2011-2014 15
(South Africa)
Iqbal Butt 2006-2012 15
(Pakistan)
MSK Nandiweera 2004-2013 15
(Sri Lanka)
SJ Phadkar 2007-2010 15
(India)
SM Raju 2007-2011 15
(India)

Records includes the following recent matches:
Mohali T20 v Hyderabad T20 at Sharjah, Indian T20 League 9th match, Apr 22, 2014 [Twenty20]
Chennai T20 v Delhi T20 at Abu Dhabi, Indian T20 League 8th match, Apr 21, 2014 [Twenty20]
Jaipur T20 v Mohali T20 at Sharjah, Indian T20 League 7th match, Apr 20, 2014 [Twenty20]

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Kevin Pietersen has scored 158 in an innings three times in Tests. This is the highest Test score to be hit by a batsman thrice in his career. Two of the instances came against Australia. The next-highest such score is by Steve Waugh, who scored 157 three times in his career. In Waugh's case too, two of the instances were against the same opposition - England.

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