Batting Partnerships in the Ashes' Series in Australia 2010-2011

This post was updated throughout the 2010-2011 Ashes’ Series in Australia. I used data provided by Cricinfo to record partnerships in the five Test Matches played.

The partnership scores in the 2010-2011 Ashes were:

Fifth Test, Sydney, 3-7 January 2011

Partnerships Day 5

Partnerships Day 4

Partnerships Day 3

Partnerships Day 2

Partnerships Day 1

Fourth Test, Melbourne, 26-29 December 2010

Partnerships Day 4

Partnerships Day 3


Partnerships Day 2

Partnerships Day 1

Third Test, Perth, 16-19 December 2010

Partnerships Day 4


Partnerships Day 3


Partnerships Day 2

Partnerships Day 1

Second Test, Adelaide, 3-7 December 2010


Partnerships Day 5


Second Test Summary

Partnerships Day 4

Partnership Data Day 1

Partnerships Day 4

Partnerships Day 3

Partnerships Data Day 2

First Test, Brisbane, 25-29 November 2010



Partnership Data Day 1

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Partnerships Day Two

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Partnerships Day 3

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Partnerships Day 4

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Partnerships Day 5

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Notes:

First Test, Australia First Innings

  • The 307-run stand between Hussey and Haddin is the fifth 300-plus partnership for the sixth wicket and the third for Australia. It is also the highest partnership at the Gabba going past the 276-run stand between Don Bradman and Lindsay Hassett in 1946. (Source)

First Test, England Second Innings

  • The 188-run stand between Andrew Strauss and Alastair Cook is the seventh-highest partnership by an England opening pair in Australia. It is also the second-highest after the 203-run stand between Michael Atherton and Graham Gooch at Adelaide in 1991. (Source)
  • The 329-run stand between Alastair Cook and Jonathan Trott is the highest by an England pair in Australia, and only the third instance of a 300-plus partnership for them in this country. (Source)

Photo Credits

Bradman and Stan McCabe take the field 18 November 1932

Bill O’Reilly demonstrates his famous grip, circa 1932

6 thoughts on “Batting Partnerships in the Ashes' Series in Australia 2010-2011”

  1. You know what I want? I want live online cricket broadcasts. When I was in Australia I really appreciated being able to put the cricket game on the radio and listen to it all day. In Canada I do pretty much the same with baseball games. But I haven’t been able to find cricket broadcasts anywhere (I’ve searched). Just saying, because if the Ashes were on the intertubes, I’d be listening to it.

    1. Darcy

      Thank you. I had not looked at the ABC stream.

      Hope you are looking forward to a break after a hectic term.

      Keith

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