Most maidens in career
Player Span Mat Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 4 5
DT Johnston (Ire) 2008-2013 30 99.0 5 636 32 4/22 19.87 6.42 18.5 1 0
KMDN Kulasekara (SL) 2008-2014 41 143.1 5 1040 46 4/32 22.60 7.26 18.6 1 0
BAW Mendis (SL) 2008-2014 39 147.3 5 952 66 6/8 14.42 6.45 13.4 3 2
Abdur Razzak (Ban) 2006-2014 34 121.4 4 838 44 4/16 19.04 6.88 16.5 1 0
Harbhajan Singh (India) 2006-2012 25 90.0 4 573 22 4/12 26.04 6.36 24.5 1 0
AD Mathews (SL) 2009-2014 54 123.3 4 830 31 3/16 26.77 6.72 23.9 0 0
RW Price (Zim) 2008-2012 16 61.3 4 378 13 2/6 29.07 6.14 28.3 0 0
GP Swann (Eng) 2008-2012 39 135.0 4 859 51 3/13 16.84 6.36 15.8 0 0
SJ Benn (WI) 2008-2015 18 62.0 3 456 16 4/6 28.50 7.35 23.2 1 0
PJ Cummins (Aus) 2011-2014 14 55.0 3 370 19 3/15 19.47 6.72 17.3 0 0
CRD Fernando (SL) 2006-2011 17 61.0 3 457 18 3/19 25.38 7.49 20.3 0 0
MR Gillespie (NZ) 2006-2008 11 35.0 3 255 10 4/7 25.50 7.28 21.0 1 0
Mohammad Amir (Pak) 2009-2010 18 65.0 3 457 23 3/23 19.86 7.03 16.9 0 0
Mohammad Nabi (Afg) 2010-2014 25 87.0 3 607 21 3/23 28.90 6.97 24.8 0 0
M Morkel (SA) 2007-2014 38 134.4 3 985 45 4/17 21.88 7.31 17.9 2 0
JD Nel (Scot) 2007-2010 10 31.0 3 169 12 3/10 14.08 5.45 15.5 0 0
WD Parnell (SA) 2009-2015 34 107.5 3 862 37 4/13 23.29 7.99 17.4 1 0
Shahid Afridi (Pak) 2006-2015 80 290.2 3 1907 82 4/11 23.25 6.56 21.2 3 0
Shapoor Zadran (Afg) 2010-2014 20 59.0 3 412 19 2/19 21.68 6.98 18.6 0 0
Shoaib Akhtar (Pak) 2006-2010 15 53.0 3 432 19 3/38 22.73 8.15 16.7 0 0
By default, the shading indicates records from the past week, or failing that, the most recent entry.
Adjust: most recent | past week | past month | past 6 months | past year | 4 years
Records includes the following current or recent matches:
Bangladesh v South Africa at Dhaka, 1st T20I, Jul 5, 2015 [T20I # 428]
Netherlands v Nepal at Rotterdam, 4th T20I, Jul 3, 2015 [T20I # 427]
Netherlands v Nepal at Rotterdam, 3rd T20I, Jul 2, 2015 [T20I # 426]

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When England's Wilfred Rhodes and Bert Strudwick shared a 10th-wicket stand of 14 against Australia at The Oval in 1926, they became the oldest pair (collective age) to bat together in Test history. Rhodes was 48 years old at the time while Strudwick was 46, making their collective age 94 years.

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