Donald Bradman, holder of several Test batting records including highest batting average. Sachin Tendulkar is the leading run-scorer and century maker in Test cricket. Muttiah Muralitharan is the highest wicket-taker in Test cricket. George Lohmann is the holder of best bowling average in Test cricket.
The most successful team in Test cricket, in terms of both wins and win percentage, is Australia, having won 332 of their 712 Tests (46.62). Barring the ICC World XI, a rest of world team which played a single Test against Australia in 2005, the least successful team are Bangladesh who have struggled since their introduction to Test cricket in 2000, leading some to question their Test status.
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Records includes the following current or recent matches: England v India at The Oval, 4th Test, Sep 2-6, 2021 [Test # 2433] England v India at Leeds, 3rd Test, Aug 25-28, 2021 [Test # 2432] West Indies v Pakistan at Kingston, 2nd Test, Aug 20-24, 2021 [Test # 2431]
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Highest average of runs per wicket. Most consecutive innings of over 400. Biggest difference between a team's first and second innings. Low totals. Lowest innings totals. Complete side dismissed twice in a day. Shortest completed innings (by balls) Match aggregates. Highest match aggregates.
Nineteenth century English medium pacer George Lohmann holds the record for the best career average in Test cricket with 10.75. J. J. Ferris, one of fifteen cricketers to have played Test cricket for more than one team, is second behind Lohmann with an overall career average of 12.70 runs per wicket.
As Test cricket is the oldest format, we have seen a lot of world-class players doing good in Tests. However, no matter how good you are, becoming an “all-time great” in the longest version of ...
Cricket is, by its nature, capable of generating large numbers of records and statistics. Women's Test cricket has been played since 1934–35 with essentially the same rules as are played today, and therefore many comparisons can be made of teams and individuals through these records.