English Test Records - Bat & Ball

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    Current Batting Records (Test series in India)

    12472 - Alastair Cook
    8900 - Graham Gooch
    8617 - Joe Root
    8463 - Alec Stewart
    8231 - David Gower
    8181 - Kevin Pietersen
    8114 - Geoffrey Boycott
    7728 - Michael Atherton
    7727 - Ian Bell
    7624 - Colin Cowdrey
    7249 - Wally Hammond
    7037 - Andrew Strauss
    6971 - Len Hutton
    6806 - Ken Barrington
    6744 - Graham Thorpe
    5825 - Marcus Trescothick
    5807 - Denis Compton
    5764 - Nasser Hussain
    5719 - Michael Vaughan
    5410 - Jack Hobbs

    Joe Root is 23rd in the all-time list. He is 8 behind Matthew Hayden and 26 adrift of Michael Clarke

    Ben Stokes has 4631, Jonny Bairstow 4197, Stuart Broad 3355, Jos Butler 2728, Moeen Ali 2831 and Olly Pope 798
     
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    Current Bowling Records (after Test series in India)

    614 - Jimmy Anderson
    517 - Stuart Broad
    389 - Sir Ian Botham
    325 - Bob Willis
    307 - Fred Truman
    297 - Derek Underwood
    255 - Graeme Swann
    252 - Brian Statham
    248 - Matthew Hoggard
    236 - Sir Alec Bedser
    234 - Andrew Caddick
    229 - Darren Gough
    226 - Steve Harmison
    226 - Andrew Flintoff
    202 - John Snow
    193 - Jim Laker


    Jimmy Anderson is 4th in the all-time list and is 5 behind Anil Kumble.

    Stuart Broad remains 7th - he is 2 behind Courtney Walsh

    Moeen Ali has 189 wickets and Ben Stokes 163
     
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    Jimmy Anderson's 162nd Test match at Edgbaston takes him past Alastair Cook to become England's most capped player.

    He is 7th overall behind Sachin Tendulkar (200), Steve Waugh (168), Ricky Ponting (168), Jacques Kallis (166), Shiv Chanderpaul (164) and Rahul Dravid (164)

    Stuart Broad has made 148 appearances and Joe Root 105
     
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    Current Batting Records (after Test series with New Zealand)

    12472 - Alastair Cook
    8900 - Graham Gooch
    8714 - Joe Root
    8463 - Alec Stewart
    8231 - David Gower
    8181 - Kevin Pietersen
    8114 - Geoffrey Boycott
    7728 - Michael Atherton
    7727 - Ian Bell
    7624 - Colin Cowdrey
    7249 - Wally Hammond
    7037 - Andrew Strauss
    6971 - Len Hutton
    6806 - Ken Barrington
    6744 - Graham Thorpe
    5825 - Marcus Trescothick
    5807 - Denis Compton
    5764 - Nasser Hussain
    5719 - Michael Vaughan
    5410 - Jack Hobbs

    Joe Root is 21st in the all-time list. He is 51 behind AB DeVilliers
     
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    Current Bowling Records (after Test series with New Zealand)

    617 - Jimmy Anderson
    523 - Stuart Broad
    389 - Sir Ian Botham
    325 - Bob Willis
    307 - Fred Truman
    297 - Derek Underwood
    255 - Graeme Swann
    252 - Brian Statham
    248 - Matthew Hoggard
    236 - Sir Alec Bedser
    234 - Andrew Caddick
    229 - Darren Gough
    226 - Steve Harmison
    226 - Andrew Flintoff
    202 - John Snow
    193 - Jim Laker


    Jimmy Anderson is 4th in the all-time list and is 2 behind Anil Kumble.

    Stuart Broad went past Coutney Walsh into 6th - he is 40 behind Glen McGrath
     
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    We are blessed with 4 amazing batters at the moment:

    8714 - Joe Root - 20 hundreds in 105 matches
    7547 - Virat Kohli - 27 hundreds in 92 matches
    7540 - Steve Smith - 27 hundreds in 77 matches
    7230 - Kane Williamson - 24 hundreds in 85 matches
     
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    Current Batting Records (after 1st Test at Trent Bridge)

    12472 - Alastair Cook
    8900 - Graham Gooch
    8887 - Joe Root
    8463 - Alec Stewart
    8231 - David Gower
    8181 - Kevin Pietersen
    8114 - Geoffrey Boycott
    7728 - Michael Atherton
    7727 - Ian Bell
    7624 - Colin Cowdrey
    7249 - Wally Hammond
    7037 - Andrew Strauss
    6971 - Len Hutton
    6806 - Ken Barrington
    6744 - Graham Thorpe
    5825 - Marcus Trescothick
    5807 - Denis Compton
    5764 - Nasser Hussain
    5719 - Michael Vaughan
    5410 - Jack Hobbs

    Joe Root is 17th in the all-time list. He is 103 behind Graham Gooch - having overtaken AB DeVilliers, VVS Laxman, Inzaman-ul-Haq and Javid Miandad
     
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    Current Bowling Records (after 1st Test at Trent Bridge)

    621 - Jimmy Anderson
    524 - Stuart Broad
    389 - Sir Ian Botham
    325 - Bob Willis
    307 - Fred Truman
    297 - Derek Underwood
    255 - Graeme Swann
    252 - Brian Statham
    248 - Matthew Hoggard
    236 - Sir Alec Bedser
    234 - Andrew Caddick
    229 - Darren Gough
    226 - Steve Harmison
    226 - Andrew Flintoff
    202 - John Snow
    193 - Jim Laker


    Jimmy Anderson is now 3rd in the all-time list having gone past Anil Kumble. He is 87 adrift of Shane Warne.

    Stuart Broad is 6th - he is 39 behind Glen McGrath
     
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    Current Batting Records (after 2nd Test at Lords)

    12472 - Alastair Cook
    9100 - Joe Root
    8900 - Graham Gooch
    8463 - Alec Stewart
    8231 - David Gower
    8181 - Kevin Pietersen
    8114 - Geoffrey Boycott
    7728 - Michael Atherton
    7727 - Ian Bell
    7624 - Colin Cowdrey
    7249 - Wally Hammond
    7037 - Andrew Strauss
    6971 - Len Hutton
    6806 - Ken Barrington
    6744 - Graham Thorpe
    5825 - Marcus Trescothick
    5807 - Denis Compton
    5764 - Nasser Hussain
    5719 - Michael Vaughan
    5410 - Jack Hobbs

    Joe Root moved to 16th in the all-time list having gone past Graham Gooch. Starting to thin out above him now with just 2 players in the 9,000's - these are the South African's Graeme Smith (9265) and Hashim Amla (9282)

    With still 3+ months to his 31st birthday, Root has plenty of time to add to his impressive Test stats:
    Tests - 107
    Innings - 197 (not out 15)
    Runs - 9100
    Average - 50.00
    High Score - 254
    Hundreds - 22
    50's - 50
    Catches - 139
    Wickets - 38 at an average of 45
    Best Bowling - 5-8

    He also has 7,002 runs in white ball International cricket (making him the highest England run scorer across all formats)
     
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    Current Batting Records (after 3rd Test at Headingly)

    12472 - Alastair Cook
    9221 - Joe Root
    8900 - Graham Gooch
    8463 - Alec Stewart
    8231 - David Gower
    8181 - Kevin Pietersen
    8114 - Geoffrey Boycott
    7728 - Michael Atherton
    7727 - Ian Bell
    7624 - Colin Cowdrey
    7249 - Wally Hammond
    7037 - Andrew Strauss
    6971 - Len Hutton
    6806 - Ken Barrington
    6744 - Graham Thorpe
    5825 - Marcus Trescothick
    5807 - Denis Compton
    5764 - Nasser Hussain
    5719 - Michael Vaughan
    5410 - Jack Hobbs

    Joe Root remians16th in the all-time list - he is 44 behind Graeme Smith
     
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    Current Bowling Records (after 3rd Test at Headingley)

    630 - Jimmy Anderson
    524 - Stuart Broad
    389 - Sir Ian Botham
    325 - Bob Willis
    307 - Fred Truman
    297 - Derek Underwood
    255 - Graeme Swann
    252 - Brian Statham
    248 - Matthew Hoggard
    236 - Sir Alec Bedser
    234 - Andrew Caddick
    229 - Darren Gough
    226 - Steve Harmison
    226 - Andrew Flintoff
    202 - John Snow
    193 - Jim Laker


    Jimmy Anderson is the all-time list. He is 78 adrift of Shane Warne.

    Stuart Broad is 6th - he is 39 behind Glen McGrath
     
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    Joe Root has 1398 runs so far in 2021. The most scored in a year was the 1788 scored by Mohammad Youssef in 2006.
    Root has 6 tests in the rest of the year to score 391 runs
     
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