Most five-wickets-in-an-innings
Player Span Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 4 5
SL Malinga 2004-2014 201 196 725.5 10 4802 265 6/7 18.12 6.61 16.4 6 4
(Guyana Amazon Warriors, Kent, Melbourne Stars, Mumbai Indians, Nondescripts Cricket Club, Ruhuna, Ruhuna Reds, Ruhuna Royals, Southern Express, Sri Lanka, Sri Lankans)
AJ Hollioake 2003-2007 22 19 64.1 0 515 40 5/21 12.87 8.02 9.6 2 2
(Essex, Surrey)
L Ablish 2007-2011 22 22 76.0 3 499 36 5/6 13.86 6.56 12.6 0 2
(Kings XI Punjab, Punjab)
DMGS Dissanayake 2005-2012 24 24 76.2 0 455 26 5/15 17.50 5.96 17.6 0 2
(Basnahira North, Bloomfield Cricket and Athletic Club, Sri Lanka Ports Authority Cricket Club)
GM Smith 2007-2014 82 50 131.0 0 1069 41 5/17 26.07 8.16 19.1 0 2
(Derbyshire, Essex, Mountaineers)
F du Plessis 2007-2014 115 52 131.4 0 917 50 5/19 18.34 6.96 15.8 1 2
(Chennai Super Kings, Lancashire, Melbourne Renegades, Northerns, South Africa, South Africa XI, Titans)
AR Nurse 2010-2014 49 43 132.3 4 837 53 5/26 15.79 6.31 15.0 1 2
(Barbados, Barbados Tridents, Sagicor High Performance Centre, West Indies, West Indies A)
PD Collingwood 2005-2014 103 66 176.1 0 1249 74 5/6 16.87 7.08 14.2 3 2
(Delhi Daredevils, Durham, England, England XI, Impi, Perth Scorchers)
J Allenby 2005-2014 97 76 214.4 0 1685 52 5/21 32.40 7.84 24.7 0 2
(Glamorgan, Leicestershire, Western Australia)
JP Faulkner 2009-2014 76 76 274.0 6 2100 90 5/16 23.33 7.66 18.2 1 2
(Australia, Kings XI Punjab, Melbourne Stars, Pune Warriors, Rajasthan Royals, Tasmania)
ME Claydon 2006-2014 89 87 292.0 4 2346 98 5/26 23.93 8.03 17.8 0 2
(Canterbury, Durham, Kent, Yorkshire)
Shoaib Malik 2005-2014 177 110 309.4 6 2168 90 5/13 24.08 7.00 20.6 1 2
(Barbados Tridents, Delhi Daredevils, Hobart Hurricanes, Pakistan, Pakistan International Airlines, Pakistanis, Sialkot Stallions, Uva Next, Warwickshire)
AJ Hall 2003-2013 101 97 319.4 6 2432 118 6/21 20.61 7.60 16.2 2 2
(Dolphins, Kent, Mashonaland Eagles, Northamptonshire, South Africa, Titans, Worcestershire)
TG Southee 2007-2014 97 95 344.1 6 2800 119 6/16 23.52 8.13 17.3 0 2
(Chennai Super Kings, Essex, New Zealand, Northern Districts, Rajasthan Royals)
BAW Mendis 2007-2014 98 98 366.1 6 2435 135 6/8 18.03 6.64 16.2 4 2
(Combined Provinces, Kandurata Maroons, Kolkata Knight Riders, Nagenahira Nagas, Pune Warriors, Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka Army, Sri Lankans, Sydney Thunder, Udarata Rulers, Wayamba)
Umar Gul 2005-2014 122 122 432.1 8 3152 173 5/6 18.21 7.29 14.9 8 2
(Habib Bank Limited, Islamabad Leopards, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Kolkata Knight Riders, Pakistan, Pakistanis, Peshawar Panthers, Sussex, Uva Next, Western Australia)
AD Mascarenhas 2003-2014 130 126 441.1 8 3133 152 5/14 20.61 7.10 17.4 1 2
(England, Hampshire, Hobart Hurricanes, Kings XI Punjab, Melbourne Stars, Otago, Rajasthan Royals, Rangpur Riders, Wellington)
A Mishra 2007-2014 132 132 474.4 10 3306 162 5/17 20.40 6.96 17.5 2 2
(Deccan Chargers, Delhi Daredevils, Haryana, India, Indians, Sunrisers Hyderabad)
Shakib Al Hasan 2006-2014 140 140 511.5 7 3355 172 6/6 19.50 6.55 17.8 3 2
(Adelaide Strikers, Bangladesh, Bangladesh Cricket Board XI, Barbados Tridents, Dhaka Gladiators, Khulna Division, Khulna Royal Bengals, Kolkata Knight Riders, Leicestershire, Prime Bank Cricket Club, Worcestershire)
DP Nannes 2007-2014 203 199 729.4 9 5312 246 5/31 21.59 7.28 17.7 7 2
(Australia, Basnahira Cricket Dundee, Canterbury, Chennai Super Kings, Delhi Daredevils, Lions, Melbourne Renegades, Middlesex, Mountaineers, Netherlands, Nottinghamshire, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Somerset, Surrey, Sydney Thunder, Sylhet Royals, Victoria)

Records includes the following recent matches:
Hobart Hurricanes v Kings XI Punjab at Mohali, Champions League Twenty20 2nd match, Sep 18, 2014 [Twenty20]
Hyderabad Hawks v Sialkot Stallions at Karachi, Bank Albaraka Presents Haier T20 Cup, Sep 18, 2014 [Twenty20]
FATA Cheetas v Karachi Zebras at Karachi, Bank Albaraka Presents Haier T20 Cup, Sep 18, 2014 [Twenty20]
Larkana Bulls v Quetta Bears at Karachi, Bank Albaraka Presents Haier T20 Cup, Sep 18, 2014 [Twenty20]

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WG Grace, Fred Grace and Edward Grace, all brothers, made their debuts in the same Test match, versus Australia at The Oval, in 1880. Another set of brothers, Alec Hearne, George Hearne and Jack Hearne, also made their debuts for England in the same Test, versus South Africa at Newlands in 1892.

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