Who has played the most Test matches for Australia?
|SR Tendulkar (INDIA)||1989-2013||200|
|RT Ponting (AUS)||1995-2012||168|
|SR Waugh (AUS)||1985-2004||168|
|JM Anderson (ENG)||2003-2021||166|
Who played most matches in Test?
Most matches played in men’s international test cricket as of August 2021, by player
|Characteristic||Number of matches played|
|SR Tendulkar (INDIA)||200|
|RT Ponting (AUS)||168|
|SR Waugh (AUS)||168|
|JH Kallis (ICC/SA)||166|
What is the highest Test score by an Australian?
The highest innings total scored against Australia is by England when they scored 903/7d in the fifth test of the 1938 Ashes Series at The Oval….Most runs conceded in an innings.
|Venue||The Oval, London, England|
|Date||20 August 1938|
Which country has won most Test matches in Australia?
Australia is the most successful Test team in cricketing history with an overall winning rate of 47.05%. As of 19 October 2018, Australia have played 814 Test matches; winning 383, lost 220, 209 were drawn and 2 matches were tied….Matches played (by country)
Which country won most Test matches?
Australia (Wins: 393) Australia tops the list of the most wins in the history of Test cricket.
Who has played 100 Tests for Australia?
The 12 Aussies who have played 100 Tests are Ricky Ponting, Steve Waugh, Allan Border, Mark Waugh, Michael Clarke, David Boon, Justin Langer, Matthew Hayden, Mark Taylor, Shane Warne, Glen Mcgrath and Ian Healy. They are followed by India, West Indies and South Africa with ten, nine, and eight centurions.
Who is the fastest bowler in Australia?
List of All-time Fastest bowlers in Cricket History | Top-10
|1.||Shoaib Akhtar (Pakistan)||161.3 km/hr (100.2 mph)|
|2.||Brett Lee (Australia)||161.1 km/hr (100.1 mph)|
|3.||Shaun Tait (Australia)||161.1 km/hr (100.1 mph)|
|4.||Jeff Thomson (Australia)||160.6 km/hr (99.8 mph)|
Has Pakistan ever won in Australia?
3rd Test at Sydney Cricket Ground – Jan 6-11, 1973, Australia won by 52 runs (Australia 334 and 184; Pakistan 360 and 106). 1st Test at Adelaide Oval – Dec 24-29, 1976, Match drawn (Pakistan 272 and 466; Australia 454 and 261/6)….Overall Test Records (Since 1956)
What is the shortest Test match ever?
The shortest Test match, in terms of actual playing time, was the first Test between England and Australia at Trent Bridge on 12 June 1926. There were only 50 minutes play in which 17.2 overs were bowled and England scored 32-0.