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Yashasvi Jaiswal Record : Yashasvi Jaiswal's target is 'These' 5 historical records! Learn Statistics | leader


Leader Online Desk : Yashasvi Jaiswal Record : The Indian team has taken an unassailable 3-1 lead in the 5-match home Test series against England. Now the last match of this series will be played from 7th March in Dharamshala. In this match, many records can be created with the bat of Indian team's star opener Yashasvi Jaiswal. The 22-year-old left-handed batsman has been raining runs in the series. He has scored 2 double centuries in the series so far. He played an innings of 209 runs in the Vizag (Visakhapatnam) Test match. He then hit 214 runs in the second innings of the Rajkot Test. The way Yashasvi is batting, he can break 5 historic records in the next match.

1. Will Gavaskar's record be broken?

Sunil Gavaskar's 53-year-old record is expected to be broken in a successful next match. Gavaskar created a sensation in his debut Test series against the West Indies in 1971. He scored a record 774 runs (4 centuries and three fifties with one double century) in the 4 Test series. At that time, Gavaskar's average was 154.80. This is the Indian record for most runs in a Test series. Yashasvi has so far scored 655 runs in 8 innings in the current Test series against England. If Yashasvi scores 120 runs in the remaining 2 innings, he will become the highest run-scorer for an Indian batsman in a bilateral Test series. (Yashasvi Jaiswal Record)

Indian batsman with most runs in a Test series

Sunil Gavaskar v West Indies (1971) : 4 matches, 774 runs, 154.80 average, 4 centuries
Sunil Gavaskar v West Indies (1978-79): 6 matches, 732 runs, 91.50 average, 4 centuries
Virat Kohli vs Australia (2014-15): 4 matches, 692 runs, 86.50 average, 4 centuries
Virat Kohli vs England (2016): 5 matches, 655 runs, 109.16 average, 2 centuries
Dilip Sardesai v West Indies (1971) : 5 matches, 642 runs, 80.25 average, 3 centuries
Yashasvi Jaiswal vs England (2024) : 4* matches, 655* runs, 93.57 average, 2 centuries

2. Record runs in a Test series against England

Yashasvi has a golden chance to break Virat Kohli's record by scoring 1 run in the next match. In fact, Kohli is the first Indian to score 655 runs in a Test series against England. Yashasvi has equaled him in this regard. Now as soon as he scores 1 run, Kohli's record will be broken. (Yashasvi Jaiswal Record)

3. A chance to equal Dravid, then surpass Tendulkar

Yashasvi and Virat Kohli are joint second in scoring 2 centuries in Test series against England. Also 11 more Indians including Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly are included in this list. While Mohammad Azharuddin and Rahul Dravid are at the top in terms of scoring most 3 centuries in Test series against England. Dravid has done this feat twice. In such a situation Yashasvi has a golden chance to leave everyone behind by scoring 2 centuries in the next Test.

4. Sixers close to becoming king in Tests against England

Yashasvi has hit a total of 23 sixes in 4 matches of this series. Thus, he became the most sixed Indian in a Test match against England in Dharamsala. The overall success is joint third. The record of 34 sixes in a Test match against England is held by former West Indies player Vivian Richardson. In such a situation Yashasvi has a chance to break this record.

5. Pujara will fall behind in terms of fastest 1000 runs

Yashasvi has so far scored 971 runs in 15 innings at an average of 69.35 in Test matches. If he scores 29 runs in this match, he will become the second fastest Indian to score 1000 Test runs. He will surpass Cheteshwar Pujara in this regard. Pujara had scored 1000 Test runs in 18 innings. Vinod Kambli (14 innings) tops the list of fastest Indian batsmen to score 1000 Test runs.



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