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Most players used by a team in a year

Travis Basevi

December 21, 2011

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Most players for a team in a year - All internationals
Team Year Num Tests ODIs T20Is Mat Tests ODIs T20Is Debuts
England 1930 41 41 0 0 14 14 0 0 11
West Indies 2009 41 30 36 23 41 12 21 8 12
Pakistan 2010 40 29 28 30 46 10 18 18 6
West Indies 2011 40 17 27 23 43 10 28 5 16
India 2000 39 25 31 0 40 6 34 0 13
India 2010 39 21 33 21 48 14 27 7 11
India 2011 39 25 34 21 49 11 34 4 4
England 1996 38 27 31 0 29 9 20 0 12
England 1998 38 28 27 0 28 16 12 0 7
Australia 2009 38 19 32 28 61 13 39 9 13
England 1999 37 26 20 0 28 8 21 0 6
India 2001 37 28 26 0 37 13 24 0 5
Pakistan 2003 37 28 32 0 41 8 33 0 10
England 1948 36 36 0 0 11 11 0 0 15
Pakistan 1997 36 22 31 0 44 8 36 0 7
West Indies 1999 36 27 29 0 40 8 35 0 11
England 2001 36 27 28 0 27 13 14 0 10
England 2007 36 20 27 26 53 11 34 8 7
Sri Lanka 2009 36 18 24 23 51 11 27 13 8
New Zealand 2010 36 18 26 23 40 6 21 13 10
Australia 2011 36 20 24 19 39 8 25 6 9
England 1899 35 35 0 0 7 7 0 0 17
Australia 1979 35 28 30 0 27 14 13 0 9
Pakistan 1995 35 26 31 0 30 11 19 0 9
England 2003 35 27 28 0 38 13 25 0 8
England 1921 34 34 0 0 8 8 0 0 19
England 1981 34 30 22 0 20 13 7 0 6
Pakistan 1984 34 21 31 0 29 9 20 0 10
England 1988 34 32 26 0 19 10 9 0 9
England 2000 34 26 23 0 33 12 21 0 7
Australia 2010 34 18 23 20 52 12 25 15 9
Sri Lanka 2011 34 22 26 20 42 10 28 4 6

Most players for a team in a year - Tests
Team Year Num Debuts Mat Won Draw Lost
England 1930 41 11 14 3 7 4
England 1948 36 15 11 1 4 6
England 1899 35 17 7 2 4 1
England 1921 34 19 8 0 2 6
England 1951 33 15 13 5 5 3
England 1988 32 10 10 1 5 4
England 1935 31 13 9 1 5 3
West Indies 1930 30 16 5 1 2 2
England 1933 30 7 9 6 3 0
India 1952 30 9 11 3 3 5
England 1981 30 5 13 3 6 4
West Indies 2009 30 11 12 1 5 6
England 1964 29 9 12 1 10 1
Australia 1977 29 15 13 5 3 5
England 1984 29 8 15 1 6 8
England 1986 29 11 15 2 5 8
England 1989 29 5 6 0 2 4
England 1993 29 9 10 1 1 8
Pakistan 2010 29 8 10 2 2 6

Most players for a team in a year - ODIs
Team Year Num Debuts Mat Won Tied Lost
West Indies 2009 36 9 21 4 0 15
India 2011 34 3 34 21 2 10
India 2010 33 11 27 17 0 10
Pakistan 2003 32 6 33 21 0 11
Australia 2009 32 13 39 23 0 14
Pakistan 1984 31 10 20 6 0 12
Pakistan 1995 31 9 19 8 1 10
England 1996 31 12 20 7 0 12
Pakistan 1996 31 11 39 23 0 15
Pakistan 1997 31 5 36 15 0 19
India 2000 31 8 34 15 0 19
West Indies 2001 31 6 30 13 0 17
Australia 1979 30 10 13 5 0 7
Pakistan 1998 30 4 26 12 0 14
Pakistan 2000 30 6 41 20 0 21
England 2006 30 8 20 5 0 14
England 2011 30 8 30 11 2 16
India 1998 29 9 40 24 0 14
West Indies 1999 29 9 35 14 1 19
South Africa 2000 29 6 41 25 1 14
South Africa 2002 29 6 38 22 1 15
West Indies 2008 29 9 20 5 0 13
New Zealand 2009 29 7 24 10 0 11
Pakistan 2011 29 9 32 24 0 7

Most players for a team in a year - T20Is
Team Year Num Debuts Mat Won Tied Lost
Pakistan 2010 30 5 18 6 0 12
Australia 2009 28 9 9 3 0 5
England 2007 26 15 8 2 0 6
South Africa 2009 25 8 12 8 0 4
England 2009 24 8 9 3 0 5
South Africa 2007 23 7 8 6 0 2
Sri Lanka 2009 23 6 13 7 0 6
West Indies 2009 23 7 8 5 0 3
New Zealand 2010 23 6 13 7 1 5
South Africa 2010 23 4 11 8 0 3
England 2011 23 9 7 4 0 3
West Indies 2011 23 13 5 2 0 3
South Africa 2006 22 13 3 1 0 2
West Indies 2008 22 10 4 1 1 2

Statistics upto and including:
• Test # 2023: South Africa v Sri Lanka at Centurion, 1st Test, Dec 15-17, 2011
• ODI # 3224: India v West Indies at Chennai, 5th ODI, Dec 11, 2011

• T20I # 216: Bangladesh v Pakistan at Dhaka, Only T20I, Nov 29, 2011


Travis Basevi is a cricket statistician and UK Senior Programmer for ESPNcricinfo and other ESPN sports websites

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Travis Basevi Travis first started with Cricinfo during the 1994-95 Ashes, when the staff got bored of publishing his stats and averages contributions. He soon turned it into a full-time job, building Statsguru and the Cricinfo and Scrum content management systems. Along the way he abandoned Australia in preference for living in London, although his sporting allegiances haven't made a similar change beyond a QPR season ticket.
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