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.
West Indies batsman Brian Lara is the holder of the highest individual score in Test cricket, he scored 400 not out against England in 2004 to surpass the innings of 380 by Matthew Hayden six months earlier. Lara had held the record before Hayden, with a score of 375 against England 10 years earlier.
Here's a list of all-time Test records. The list includes all-time Test batting and bowling records in cricket.
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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]
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.
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.
The greatest winning margin by runs in Test cricket was England's victory over Australia by 675 runs in the first Test of the 1928–29 Ashes series. The next two largest victories were recorded by Australia including defeat over England in the final Test of the 1934 Ashes series by 562 runs. Rank. Margin.