English Test Records - Bat & Ball

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    Current Bowling Records (after 1st test in Barbadosl)

    570 - Jimmy Anderson
    433 - 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


    Jimmy Anderson is 4th in the all-time list and is 49 behind Anil Kumble

    Stuart Broad is joint 9th (with Steyn and Herath). He is 1 behind Kapil Dev. Surely Broad will play in the 2nd test??
     
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    Ben Stokes passed 3,000 runs in Test cricket in Barbados

    He is the 5th Englishman to take 100 wickets and score 3,000 runs (Tony Greig, Ian Botham, Andrew Flintoff and Stuart Broad)

    Stokes has 3,000 runs and 123 wickets
     
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    Current Batting Records (after 2nd Test in Antigua)

    12472 - 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

    7037 - Andrew Strauss
    6971 - Len Hutton
    6806 - Ken Barrington
    6744 - Graham Thorpe
    6548 - Joe Root


    Joe Root remains 53rd in the all-time list
     
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    Current Bowling Records (after 2nd Test in Antigua)

    572 - Jimmy Anderson
    436 - 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


    Jimmy Anderson is 4th in the all-time list and is 47 behind Anil Kumble

    Stuart Broad is 7th. He is 83 behind Courtney Walsh
     
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    Current Batting Records (after 3rd Test in St Lucia)

    12472 - 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
    7037 - Andrew Strauss
    6971 - Len Hutton
    6806 - Ken Barrington
    6744 - Graham Thorpe
    6685 - Joe Root


    Joe Root has nudged into 52nd in the all-time list having briefly gone past Virat Kohli. He is 59 behind Graham Thorpe

    Jonny Bairstow has 3806 runs, Ben Stokes 3152, Stuart Broad 3064, Moeen Ali 2769 and Jos Butler 1722
     
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    Current Batting Records (after 1st Test in Birmingham)

    12472 - 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
    7037 - Andrew Strauss
    6971 - Len Hutton
    6806 - Ken Barrington
    6803 - Joe Root
    6744 - Graham Thorpe


    Joe Root has moved into 51st in the all-time list. He is 3 behind Ken Barrington
     
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    Current Bowling Records (after 1st Test in Birmingham

    572 - Jimmy Anderson
    450 - 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


    Jimmy Anderson is 4th in the all-time list and is 47 behind Anil Kumble

    Stuart Broad is 7th. He is 69 behind Courtney Walsh
     
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    Current Batting Records (after 2nd Test at Lords)

    12472 - 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
    7037 - Andrew Strauss
    6971 - Len Hutton
    6817 - Joe Root
    6806 - Ken Barrington
    6744 - Graham Thorpe


    Joe Root has moved into 49st in the all-time list passing Ken Barrington and Ross Taylor. He is 51 behind Dilip Vengsaker

    Ben Stokes 7th test century moves him to 3,336 test runs. Jonny Bairstow has 3,902
     
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    Current Bowling Records (after 2nd Test at Lords)

    572 - Jimmy Anderson
    454 - 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


    Jimmy Anderson is 4th in the all-time list and is 47 behind Anil Kumble

    Stuart Broad is 7th. He is 65 behind Courtney Walsh
     
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    Current Batting Records (after 3rd Test in Leeds)

    12472 - 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
    7037 - Andrew Strauss
    6971 - Len Hutton
    6894 - Joe Root
    6806 - Ken Barrington
    6744 - Graham Thorpe


    Joe Root has moved into 51st in the all-time list passing Dilip Vengsaker. He is 77 behind Len Hutton
     
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    Current Bowling Records (after 3rd Test in Leeds)

    572 - Jimmy Anderson
    458 - 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


    Jimmy Anderson is 4th in the all-time list and is 47 behind Anil Kumble

    Stuart Broad is 7th. He is 61 behind Courtney Walsh
     
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    Following the retirement of Hashim Amla, Joe Root is the highest aggregate run scorer of current players:

    6894 - Joe Root
    6839 - Ross Taylor
    6673 - Virat Kohli
    6577 - Steve Smith
    6442 - David Warner
    6163 - Kane Williamson
    5669 - Azhar Ali
    5641 - Angelo Mathews
    5453 - Cheteshwar Pujara

    A golden era of batting?? It will be fascinating to see how far Root/Kohli/Smith/Williamson get in their careers
     
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    Current Batting Records (after 4th Test at Old Trafford)

    12472 - 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
    7037 - Andrew Strauss
    6971 - Len Hutton
    6965 - Joe Root
    6806 - Ken Barrington
    6744 - Graham Thorpe


    Joe Root is 51st in the all-time list. He is 6 behind Len Hutton, 8 behind Sanath Jayasuria, 34 behind the great Don Bradman and 72 behind Andrew Strauss. Though Steve Smith is now only 95 behind him!!
     
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    Current Bowling Records (after 4th Test at Old Trafford)

    572 - Jimmy Anderson
    463 - 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


    Jimmy Anderson is 4th in the all-time list and is 47 behind Anil Kumble

    After another decent test, Stuart Broad remains 7th. He is 56 behind Courtney Walsh
     
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    Current Batting Records (after 5th Test at The Oval)

    12472 - 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
    7043 - Joe Root
    7037 - Andrew Strauss
    6971 - Len Hutton
    6806 - Ken Barrington
    6744 - Graham Thorpe


    Joe Root is 47th in the all-time list having passed Len Hutton, Sanath Jayasuria, Don Bradman and Andrew Strauss. Though Steve Smith is now only 70 behind him.
    Root needs 68 to pass Greg Chappell.

    Jonny Bairstow has 4020 runs (6 hundreds), Ben Stokes 3593 (8 hundreds)
     
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    Current Bowling Records (after 5th Test at The Oval)

    572 - Jimmy Anderson
    467 - 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


    Jimmy Anderson is 4th in the all-time list and is 47 behind Anil Kumble

    Stuart Broad remains 7th. He is 52 behind Courtney Walsh

    Moeen Ali has 181 wickets, Ben Stokes 135 and Chris Woakes 88. Jofra Archer already has 22 - surely if he stays fit will get on this table at some point.
     
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    Jonny Bairstow has 184 wicketkeeping dismissals which puts him 22nd in the all-time list
    He is the 5th placed Englishman behind Knott (269), Prior, Stewart and Evans
     
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    Joe Root has 103 Test Match catches putting him 36th in the all-time list
     
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    Updated current players most aggregate runs in tests:
    Joe Root - 7043
    Steve Smith - 6973
    Ross Taylor - 6839
    Virat Kohli - 6749
    David Warner - 6458
    Kane Williamson - 6163
    Azhar Ali - 5669
    Angelo Matthews - 5641
    Cheteshwar Pujara - 5486
     
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    Virat Kohli today scored 254 not out against South Africa - his highest test score

    That's now 7054 test runs at an average of 55.10 (26 hundreds and 22 fifties)

    A class act both on and off the field
     
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