List of Triple Centuries in Test Cricket

A Triple Century means total 3 hundred runs scored in one Single Match. However, Such records can only be Generated in the Test Match Cricket format. Till now there are 25 different batsmen who have scored Triple tons and in total 29 occasions, these innings came from. Today, we will see the list of triple centuries in Test cricket.

The First ever Triple Century Knock came from England international Batsmen Andy Sandham against West indies at the Sabina Park, Kingston Stadium on 3 April 1930. The most Recent Test match Triple Hundred knock came from the Pakistan’s ODI skipper Azhar Ali against the West Indies at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium as on 13 October 2016.

List of Triple Centuries in Test Cricket

Most Triple Centuries in Test Cricket

A Triple Century needs a great level of concentration and patience to achieve it. However, Australian Legend Sir Don Bradman, West Indies Legend Brian Lara, Indian Explosive Batsmen Virendra Sehwag, and The Gale storm from the Carribean Island Christopher Gayle are the only four Batsmen in the world who has scored Three tons twice. They are

Fastest Triple Centuries in Test Cricket

Virendra Sehwag smashed the world’s fastest ever Triple century in Test cricket. He scored 300 runs in 278 balls against South Africa on March 28, 2008. It was the second Triple hundred of his test carrier.

Brian Lara the Left Handed West Indian is the only man to hold a 400 Hundred run record in a Single Match which came against England at  the Antigua Recreation Ground, St John’s on 10 April 2004. Let us take a complete look at the List of Cricketers who has scored Triple Centuries in Cricket so far.

The two cricket grounds with the most triple centuries scored at them are Headingley in Leeds, England, and the Antigua Recreation Ground in St. John’s, Antigua and Barbuda, which have both had three triple centuries scored at them. The most triple centuries from one country is seven, by Australia. Let us see who are those charismatic cricketers who scored triple centuries in Test cricket

List of Triple Centuries in Test Cricket

No. Score Batsman For Against Ground Date
1 325 Andy Sandham  England West Indies Sabina Park, Kingston 3 April 1930
2 334 Donald Bradman  Australia  England Headingley, Leeds 11 July 1930
3 336* Wally Hammond  England  New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland 31 March 1933
4 304 Donald Bradman  Australia  England Headingley, Leeds 20 July 1934
5 364 Len Hutton  England  Australia The Oval, London 20 August 1938
6 337 Hanif Mohammad  Pakistan  West Indies Kensington Oval, Bridgetown 17 January 1958
7 365* Garfield Sobers  West Indies  Pakistan Sabina Park, Kingston 26 February 1958
8 311 Bob Simpson  Australia  England Old Trafford, Manchester 23 July 1964
9 310* John Edrich  England  New Zealand Headingley, Leeds 8 July 1965
10 307 Bob Cowper  Australia  England Melbourne Cricket Ground 11 February 1966
11 302 Lawrence Rowe  West Indies  England Kensington Oval, Bridgetown 6 March 1974
12 333 Graham Gooch  England  India Lord’s Cricket Ground, London 26 July 1990
13 375 Brian Lara  West Indies  England Antigua Recreation Ground, St John’s 16 April 1994
14 340 Sanath Jayasuriya  Sri Lanka  India R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 2 August 1997
15 334* Mark Taylor  Australia  Pakistan Arbab Niaz Stadium, Peshawar 15 October 1998
16 329 Inzamam-ul-Haq  Pakistan  New Zealand Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore 1 May 2002
17 380 Matthew Hayden  Australia  Zimbabwe WACA Ground, Perth 9 October 2003
18 309 Virender Sehwag  India  Pakistan Multan Cricket Stadium 28 March 2004
19 400* Brian Lara  West Indies  England Antigua Recreation Ground, St John’s 10 April 2004
20 317 Chris Gayle  West Indies  South Africa Antigua Recreation Ground, St John’s 29 April 2005
21 374 Mahela Jayawardene  Sri Lanka  South Africa Sinhalese S.C., Colombo 27 July 2006
22 319 Virender Sehwag  India  South Africa M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai 26 March 2008
23 313 Younis Khan  Pakistan  Sri Lanka National Stadium, Karachi 21 February 2009
24 333 Chris Gayle  West Indies  Sri Lanka Galle International Stadium 15 November 2010
25 329* Michael Clarke  Australia  India Sydney Cricket Ground 3 January 2012
26 311* Hashim Amla  South Africa  England The Oval, London 19 July 2012
27 319 Kumar Sangakkara  Sri Lanka  Bangladesh Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong 5 February 2014
28 302 Brendon McCullum  New Zealand  India Basin Reserve, Wellington 18 February 2014
29 302* Azhar Ali  Pakistan  West Indies Dubai International Cricket Stadium 13 October 2016