5 Players Who Have Played Test Matches At Most Different Venues

5 Players Who Have Played Test Matches At Most Different Venues

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The Test format is the most traditional and purest form of cricket until now. Every player has the dream to bag the Test cap and don the white jersey for their country. Some big names which have achieved success in the longest format are Sachin Tendulkar, Don Bradman, and Windies Brian Lara.

There are iconic grounds like Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) and Lord’s where players dream to make their debut or think of getting the chance to play once at such historic grounds. In India, Eden Gardens is one of the famous ground for playing Test format.

Here, in this article, we have discussed the players who have got the opportunity to play at different venues around the world.

5) Alastair Cook, Jacques Kallis

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Former England cricketer Alastair Cook and former South African allrounder Jacques Kallis share the record of playing 30 Test matches at different venues.

Alastair Cook featured in seven Ashes Series (2006-2018) where he scored 2,493 runs in 64 innings with an average of 40.20. He played 161 Tests, 92 ODIs and four T20Is where he scored 12,472 Test runs (average 45.35), 3,240 ODI runs (average 36.40) and 61 T20I runs (average 15.25).

Jacques Kallis is counted as the best allrounder of the cricket. He has played 166 Tests, 328 ODIs and 25 T20Is. In Tests, he has scored 13289 and picked 292 wickets while in ODIs, he has scored 11579 runs and snared 273 wickets.