English Test Records - Bat & Ball

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    Current Bowling Records (after 3rd Test in Johannesburg)

    429 - Jimmy Anderson
    383 - Sir Ian Botham
    330 - Stuart Broad
    325 - Bob Willis
    307 - Fred Truman
    297 - Derek Underwood


    Jimmy Anderson is 8th in the all-time list (2 behind Richard Hadlee)

    Stuart Broad has moved ahead of Bob Willis into 3rd for England - overall he is now joint 22nd (level with Allan Donald and 25 behind Dennis Lillee and Chaminda Vaas)
     
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    Current Batting Records (after South Africa series)

    9964 - Alastair Cook
    8900 - Graham Gooch
    8463 - Alec Stewart
    8231 - David Gower
    8181 - Kevin Pietersen
    8114 - Geoffrey Boycott
    7728 - Michael Atherton
    7727 - Ian Bell
    7624 - Colin Cowdrey


    Alastair Cook is 12th in the all-time list and needs 157 to pass Sunil Gavaskar and 36 for 10,000 runs

    Dropped Ian Bell remains 30th overall and just 1 behind Michael Atherton

    Joe Root now has 3,406 test runs
     
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    Current Bowling Records (after South Africa series)

    433 - Jimmy Anderson
    383 - Sir Ian Botham
    333 - Stuart Broad
    325 - Bob Willis
    307 - Fred Truman
    297 - Derek Underwood


    Jimmy Anderson is 7th in the all-time list (1 behind Kapil Dev)

    Stuart Broad is now 22nd (25 behind Dennis Lillee and Chaminda Vaas)
     
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    Can he reach 500. That's about 20 moreTests.
     
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    I think it will depend on his fitness - he looked a yard down on pace in South Africa, but that may have been the effects of the 2 injuries (side in our summer and the calf injury sustained over there)
     
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    Cricinfo Hawkeye had him down as 83.4 - 87.0 and Broad 83.1 - 88.3 so there's not much difference. It wasn't as if he was bowling at 78/80mph. I think his fitness will depend of bowling lots of overs not less.

    For instance
    64 overs before WI - 17 wickets at 18.00

    No cricket at all for 3 weeks before New Zealand 6 wickets at 43.00
    No cricket at all for 5 weeks before Ashes first two Tests 3 for 71.00

    74 overs with Lancs + 12 in warm up in Pakistan 13 wickets at 15.61

    2 months no cricket except 5 overs in SA - 7 wickets at 43.00
     
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    Wasn't helped by the fact there was little swing in SA as well
     
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    Alastair Cook's 16 runs in the first innings in Leeds leaves him on 9,980 test runs.
    Sri Lanka's dismal 91 and now following-on means he may have to wait until the 2nd test at Durham to reach the milestone
     
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    Current Batting Records (after 1st test at Headingley)

    9980 - Alastair Cook
    8900 - Graham Gooch
    8463 - Alec Stewart
    8231 - David Gower
    8181 - Kevin Pietersen
    8114 - Geoffrey Boycott
    7728 - Michael Atherton
    7727 - Ian Bell
    7624 - Colin Cowdrey


    Alastair Cook is 12th in the all-time list and needs 141 to pass Sunil Gavaskar and 20 for 10,000 runs

    Joe Root still has 3,406 test runs following his duck
     
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    Current Bowling Records (1st test at Headingley)

    443 - Jimmy Anderson
    383 - Sir Ian Botham
    338 - Stuart Broad
    325 - Bob Willis
    307 - Fred Truman
    297 - Derek Underwood


    Jimmy Anderson passed Kapil Dev and is now 6th in the all-time list (76 behind Courtney Walsh)

    Stuart Broad is 22nd (17 behind Dennis Lillee and Chaminda Vaas)
     
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    Alastair Cook has become the first Englishman to reach 10,000 Test runs and youngest man overall

    Alastair Cook (England) 31 years, 5 months, 5 days 30 May 2016
    Sachin Tendulkar (India) 31 years, 10 months, 20 days 16 March 2005
    Jacques Kallis (South Africa) 33 years, 4 months, 11 days 27 Feb 2009
    Ricky Ponting (Australia) 33 years, 5 months, 11 days 30 May 2008
    Mahela Jayawardene (Sri Lanka) 34 years, 6 months, 29 days 26 Dec 2011
     
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    Current Batting Records (after 2nd test at Chester-le-Street)

    10042 - Alastair Cook
    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


    Alastair Cook is 12th in the all-time list and needs 81 to pass Sunil Gavaskar

    Joe Root has 3,486 test runs following his 80
     
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    Current Bowling Records (after 2nd Test at Chester-le-Street)

    451 - Jimmy Anderson
    383 - Sir Ian Botham
    343 - Stuart Broad
    325 - Bob Willis
    307 - Fred Truman
    297 - Derek Underwood


    Jimmy Anderson passed Kapil Dev and is now 6th in the all-time list (68 behind Courtney Walsh)

    Stuart Broad is 22nd (12 behind Dennis Lillee and Chaminda Vaas)
     
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    Current Batting Records (after 3rd test at Lords)

    10176 - Alastair Cook
    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


    Alastair Cook is up to 11th in the all-time list and needs 851 to pass Steve Waugh

    Joe Root has 3,493 test runs (9 hundreds)

    Jonny Bairstow has 1,591 (3 hundreds)
     
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    Current Bowling Records (after 3rd Test at Lords)

    454 - Jimmy Anderson
    383 - Sir Ian Botham
    345 - Stuart Broad
    325 - Bob Willis
    307 - Fred Truman
    297 - Derek Underwood


    Jimmy Anderson is 6th in the all-time list (65 behind Courtney Walsh)

    Stuart Broad is 22nd (10 behind Dennis Lillee and Chaminda Vaas)
     
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    Current Batting Records (after 1st test at Lords)

    10265 - Alastair Cook
    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


    Alastair Cook is 11th in the all-time list and needs 762 to pass Steve Waugh

    Joe Root has 3,550 test runs (9 hundreds)
     
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    Current Bowling Records (after 1st Test at Lords)

    454 - Jimmy Anderson
    383 - Sir Ian Botham
    351 - Stuart Broad
    325 - Bob Willis
    307 - Fred Truman
    297 - Derek Underwood


    Jimmy Anderson is 6th in the all-time list (65 behind Courtney Walsh)

    Stuart Broad is 22nd (4 behind Dennis Lillee and Chaminda Vaas)
     
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    Current Batting Records (after 2nd Test at Old Trafford)

    10446 - Alastair Cook
    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


    Alastair Cook is 11th in the all-time list and needs 482 to pass Steve Waugh

    Joe Root has 3,875 test runs (10 hundreds) at an average of 56.15 - at this rate Root could go past the magic 5,000 runs figure before the end of 2017.

    87 batsmen have achieved 5,000 runs in test cricket - 21 of them English
     
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